Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Class action lawsuit - People v THE STATE OF VICTORIA




We should be aware that a class action lawsuit (Andrews v ANZ) of approx. 38,000 regarding the ANZ bank’s dodgy business practice resulted in a successful outcome for the people.

Recently, information has been obtained that a number of dedicated individuals who reside in Victoria have spent a fair amount of time compiling enough information to initiate a successful lawsuit against the STATE OF VICTORIA.

If you have been effected by a ‘fine’ that calls on the Road Safety Act 1986, Local Government Act 1989, Melbourne City Link Act 1995, Infringements Act 2006 or the theft of property by the sheriff calling on the Sheriff’s Act 2009 or any other law pertaining to the Australia Act 1986, then you may have very well been duped out of your money.

Although the scope of the class action is initially for Victoria, there may be a possibility to take it to a national level.

The organisers require the numbers to be in the thousands. From what has been mentioned at a meeting, it is not about the financial outlay, but rather the numbers, the more the better (20,000+).

At this point in time, this is the only information available, until the next meeting in approx. a month’s time with the organisers.

If you are prepared to put your name to the paperwork, when the time comes to go to court, please become a member and like the group.

See facebook page:


 and like to register your intention to participate in the class action.

or register your interest on their website at:

http://localgovernmentclassaction.com/

Bill of Rights (1688) valid in Queensland

Quite simply put, the Bill of Rights (1688) is valid in the state of Queensland, Australia.

Something the 'authorities' would not want you to know about?



Please note Section 12 (Grants of forfeiture) states:

That all grants and promises of fines and forfeitures of particular persons before conviction are illegal and void.

 
The document from the Attorney General and Minister for Justice to a Mr. Fraser confirms this.

See illustration below:


You can also download the Bill of Rights 1688 (UK) at:




Edit:

A comment added that should reside within this article.

Blogger darryloflife said...
 
The key to the Bill of Rights as inherited is the fact that the enemy at the door has always been to the English at least since 1215 an entity known as the Pope and his Princes. 

The Bill of Rights specifically forbids any person to operate at any level of Government who has any form of allegiance to the Pope or any of his Princes. 

When we wake up to that fact is when we can sort out the mess that the Pope leaves whenever he is allowed anywhere near the Public realm.
 



Tuesday, July 8, 2014

No ‘gold rush’: Germany keeps reserves in the US

Reuters/Michael Dalder
Reuters/Michael Dalder
Germany’s plan to bring back the nation’s gold reserves to Frankfurt by 2020 has fizzled, and instead has for now decided to leave $635 billion of gold in US vaults.

Home to the world’s second largest gold reserves, worth $141 billion, Germany only keeps about one third of its gold ‘at home’, the rest is abroad. 45 percent is in the US Federal Reserve in New York, 13 percent in London, 11 percent in Paris, and only 31 percent in the Bundesbank in Frankfurt.

“The Americans are taking good care of our gold, we have no reasons for mistrust,” Nobert Barthle, the German Parliament Budget spokesman, told RT.

Critics of the slow progress disagree.

“While we haven’t been allowed to inspect escapes me, I’m no conspiracy theorist, but the Bundesbank should be able to audit the gold once a year like it does with reserves in Frankfurt,” Hans Olaf Henkel, German member of the European Parliament, told RT.

In the end of June for the first time a Germany delegation traveled to New York to check up on their gold holdings, the first in the last 10 years. The lack of inspection has led some to question whether it’s still there.

The movement to ‘bring the gold home’ was largely led by euroskeptics who campaigned to repatriate all the country’s previous metal by 2020. So far, they’ve only managed to bring back 10 percent, or 300 tons.

Another 374 tons from the Banque de France is set to be returned to Germany in the near future.

“We are still missing for example published bar number lists, even though the US Federal reserve publishes this list for their own gold,” says Peter Boehringer, Founder of Repatriate our Gold Campaign.

However, auditors last week said they were pleased with the US continuing to look after Germany’s treasures. The delegation said there is no rush to bring it home, and that keeping it there even offers an advantage, as it can be used for emergency currency for gold swaps.

After World War II, Germany bought gold from the US Federal Reserve, but decided to keep in overseas instead of back to the Bundesbank. During the Cold War, fear of a Soviet invasion made overseas storage a safer option.

Recently, the Bundesbank has been criticised for not holding its reserves in Frankfurt, so it has decided that some should be brought back to Germany.

Transporting the gold will be a high security operation. When France transferred its reserves in 1966 it used a submarine.

rt.com. 7 July 2014

Apparently according to unnamed sources, the US has stolen Germany's gold, where there is a huge cover up, but no doubt this would be delegated to a 'conspiracy theory' by the mainstream media.

Drug runner Lisa Marie Smith may be hiding in Dublin

Lisa Marie Smith is escorted by a police officer after her arrest in 1996.
 
Lisa Marie Smith is escorted by a police officer after her arrest in 1996.
 
THE one good thing about being named after Elvis Presley’s daughter and having the surname Smith is that it makes you harder to find if you also happen to be the “world’s most wanted woman”. 

That’s how Interpol extravagantly described Lisa Marie Smith after she checked out of the “Bangkok Hilton” in 1996 and vanished for the next 18 years.

There have been a few rumoured sightings since then, including one yarn that she was married and living in suburban Perth in 2001, but nothing as solid as the story that is unfolding here in Ireland.

The Perth story, from a shifty Australian who did time in Thai jails and claims Smith wrote to him, is now all the more intriguing because he claimed her married name was McGuigan, which has a distinctly Irish ring.

It’s intriguing because it is now emerging that the wanted woman may be hiding in plain sight in Dublin, running a trendy cafe in the capital of the easygoing country where another Australian fugitive, “Aussie Bob” Trimbole, hid in the mid-1980s.

Lisa Marie Smith after her arrest at Bangkok International Airport in February 1996.Lisa Marie Smith after her arrest at Bangkok International Airport in February 1996.
 
The Irish have little interest in extraditing accused persons to a jurisdiction like Thailand on 18-year-old charges that would attract little jail time in any Western country but could mean a life sentence — or a death sentence — in much of Asia.

It is inevitable the poor little rich kid will turn up one day. The wonder is that it hasn’t happened yet. She was barely out of her teens when she was arrested in Thailand with a middling amount of (probably) someone else’s drugs in early 1996. She’s now 38.

We’re talking about Lisa Marie Smith the accused drug mule, not another Lisa Marie Smith who happened to be born the same day in 1975 and who British police hauled in for fingerprinting a long while after her namesake went on the lam.

Not only was that Lisa Marie born the same day but she is also the same height (164cm) and weight (then around 60kg, which might have altered a little).

No wonder the police were confused. There are roughly 100 other Lisa Marie Smiths in the UK alone, all born in the era when Elvis was still king. But only one of them is wanted by Interpol.

Lisa Marie Smith leaves Bangkok criminal court after being granted bail.
Lisa Marie Smith leaves Bangkok criminal court after being granted bail.
 
The “world’s most wanted woman” was in fact raised an only child in Melbourne and Tasmania before moving to England as a teenager with her mother Robyn and British-born father Terry Smith, a rising insurance executive who chased promotions around the world.

For young Lisa Marie, it was a nomadic life that led to her having dual citizenship and dual passports.

In England she became, some say, just another spoiled teenager, doing a hospitality course, partying hard and waitressing in a dodgy Hong Kong bar after Terry Smith took a big job in the former colony in 1994, running National Mutual Life’s Asian business. While her father broke records in the insurance business, Lisa Marie broke the rules at Banana Joe’s bar and was sacked for smoking marijuana.

Terry Smith, the corporate gunslinger turned the insurance company around, made multi-millions for it and was handsomely paid. All those skills came in useful in February 1996 after Lisa Marie was grabbed at Bangkok Airport as she was about to board a flight to Japan with four kilograms of “opium resin” and 565 amphetamine tablets in a false-bottomed bag.

The frightened 20-year-old told Thai police (who had been tipped off) that she’d been conned into taking the bag as a favour for “Hassan”, a smooth Pakistani scammer who preyed on naive Western girls like her, holidaying in Bangkok’s freewheeling backpacker district.

Lisa Marie the trembling victim became Lisa Marie the cool fugitive after Terry Smith turned his formidable talents to the task of getting bail for her.

Despite the fact accused drug dealers in Thai jails usually don’t get bail, the rich man’s daughter did after less than five months in Bangkok’s notorious women’s prison.

One thing that made bail even conceivable was that the charges were reportedly (and mysteriously) downgraded from possessing opium resin to hashish.

Then an understanding magistrate set bail at $74,000, which Terry Smith promptly paid, and Lisa Marie apparently left Thailand on her Australian passport while Thai police were left holding her British one. Easy if you know how — or who.

By the time Thailand got around to alerting Interpol three months later, the bail jumper had been to Greece and taken the risk of picking up a new British passport at the embassy in Athens by filling in forms swearing the old one had been lost or stolen.

After a holiday on the Greek island of Santorini, reportedly to celebrate her 21st birthday, she disappeared.
That is, maybe, until now - as it has emerged she could have been tracked down to a fashionable cafe she reputedly runs with a boyfriend.

The smart money says that having got hold of a British passport, Lisa Marie would have been able to move around the European Union with little risk.

Whether she was able to obtain another legal passport when the 10-year time limit elapsed eight years ago is hard to know, but she doesn’t seem to have been troubled by officialdom.

Sources say her driver’s licence has both her correct name and date of birth.


The old crime saying goes “Money talks and bull---- walks”.

In this case it appears money talked and Lisa Marie Smith walked. And she didn’t even have to break into a sweat. That might have changed these last few days.

heraldsun.com.au 7 July 2014

Another illustration of how corrupt the authorities really are.

It's all about bribery and how much one can afford.

It's not really that different from Australia.

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CAR PARKS PTY LTD - ParkingTicket Fraud

It could be difficult for the average person to understand that from a legal perspective ALL FINES ARE UNLAWFUL.

Whether it be a 'fine' calling on the Road Safety Act 1986 or the Local Government Act 1989 or the Infringements Act 2006, it's actually unlawful.

Hire a lawyer / solicitor or barrister who will tell you the truth on this matter, and it would be a story for 'Ripley's - Believe it or not'.

Here is an example of an unlawful 'parking ticket' from a company called AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CAR PARKS PTY LTD ABN: 67 076 302 871.

The front of the ticket is as illustrated:


With the back contains the following:




The so called 'parking ticket' is delivered in a beautifully sealed weatherproof satchel with the words:



How to handle this fraud:

  • DO NOT REPLY to the company with your name and address details, they do not have your personal details.

  • Cross out the ticket with the words NULL and VOID, and send back to them without your details.

The Australian (corporate) government still has not put a stop to this extortion racket.

Note:

  • No such company by the name of 'Safeways'.
  • The so called 'officer' could be up for jail time for impersonating a Public Official.
 Read more : https://sites.google.com/site/unfairfines/home


Sunday, July 6, 2014

Police Watch Australia Facebook page ‘names and shames’ officers in normal course of duty

'Police brutality' in Fortitude Valley

http://content5.video.news.com.au/NDM_-_Courier_Mail/265/96/2424405048_promo211248080_648x365_2424407200-hero.jpg

A CENTRAL Queensland police officer has been named on a controversial Facebook site simply for what he says is “doing my job”. 

The senior constable is furious after being branded a “tool” and “arrogant” on the Police Watch Australia page.

The incident has added weight to a call from the Queensland Police Union to shut down the group’s “Film a Cop in July” campaign.

YOUR SAY: Have police watchers gone too far?
 
Union president Ian Leavers said the campaign was provocative and could lead to arrests.

“No other employees have to put up with cameras being shoved in their face at their workplace, so why should we?” Mr Leavers said.

The senior constable singled out by the group said he was filmed as he booked a traffic offender.
“I knew I was being filmed. But I wasn’t the one who’d broken the law,’’ he said.

But the Facebook page, which claims its aim is to expose police brutality, identified the officer “who was not keen on his mug being on video”.

Under his photo, one supporter posted “I know he is a tool” who “like a lot of cops with a badge and a gun’’ was “arrogant” and “power tripping”.

The senior constable said he had been unfairly targeted by the group.

“Of course I’m not happy with what was posted,’’ the officer said.

“Some of the other officers have also seen it, so it’s frustrating.’’

The officer will consult his superiors before deciding his next move.

But those behind the campaign say “if police have nothing to hide, they have nothing to worry about”.

“This event is to raise awareness of our right to film police in public,’’ the group said.

Originally published as Facebook police watch ‘not a fair cop’

couriermail.com.au 6 July 2014

Many a police officer in Australia not only has broken the 'law' but also run rampant against the Queen's subjects.

There is an enormous criminal element within the police, but as the corporate media would like the masses to think, this is all part of a 'Conspiracy Theory'.

The so called cops are 'policy enforcers' and 'Corporate Thugs' as described by many.