Thursday, September 29, 2016

Australia's government getting more corrupt according to International Corruption Index

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The Australian Government - prolific child abusers



How can you really trust the people in the 'Australian Government'?

Judges (former and current) are also involved in a paedophile ring.

If you are part of the judicature where you are supported by your 'brethren' you can get away with all sorts of criminal activities that are committed against the slave population (serfs).

See link: 

http://corpau.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/list-of-paedophile-judges-in-nsw.html

From the article in theaustralian.com.au from the 27th of Sep 2016 of the headline:

Australia branded ‘child-stealing capital of the Western world’

Australian children are removed from their families more often than anywhere in the Western world, nearly twice as often as in the US and almost three times the rate in New Zealand, a parlia­mentary inquiry into child welfare has heard.
There is also “a culture of ­removal and a culture of victim blaming”.

Mary Moore, convener of the volunteer Alliance for Family Preservation and Restoration, told the NSW parliamentary committee yesterday that children were being taken into care based on the opinion of case workers where no harm had occurred “but because they have concerns the child might suffer harm in the future, and they’re then in care until age 18”.

Ms Moore said she had struggled in vain to find data from any government worldwide that demonstrated a higher rate of removal than Australia’s 2272 children per million. Finland, with a population of 5.4 million, was next at 1851 children per million, with the US in fourth place at 1255 per million and New Zealand sixth at 840.

Domestic Violence NSW policy manager Sophie Trower told of a woman whose children were kept from her after her jaw was broken by a violent partner, because case workers deemed her “too pretty” and therefore likely to get into another abusive relationship. This was despite the fact the agencies dealing with the woman and her two children in their out-of-home care placements recommended reunification “after incredible strength, resilience and hard work to improve safety and wellbeing by the mother had been clearly documented”.

The woman, from the NSW central coast, had also not previously been in a ­violent relationship, had not started another relationship, there was no evidence to suggest she was likely to enter another violent relationship and during the intervening time she had obtained a TAFE certificate in social work.

“I think in some jurisdictions there is a culture of removal, and a culture of victim blaming … in domestic and family violence there is a significantly lower knowledge base across the board of ­people who understand the ­dynamics,” Ms Trower said.

“This was a very clear case of where a woman was told that ­because she was too attractive she was more likely to get into a violent relationship.”

Ms Trower said the case had been referred to the Ombudsman but she did not know whether, seven months on, the children had yet been returned.

Ms Moore, whose submission described Australia as “the child-stealing capital of the Western world”, said a lack of regulation in child protection “breeds an environment of incompetence, misconduct and corruption experienced daily by children and families”.

She described cases where pregnant women entered hospital to give birth in full expectation of being able to take their babies home afterwards, only to have the infants seized immediately and unexpectedly without even being allowed to suckle them.

“These are parents who believe they were going to be given help but they are not even able to give the baby colostrum,’’ she said.

“As a nurse, I would never ­recommend that.’’

The inquiry continues.

Australia branded ‘child-stealing capital of the Western world’



Australian children are removed from their families more often than anywhere in the Western world, nearly twice as often as in the US and almost three times the rate in New Zealand, a parlia­mentary inquiry into child welfare has heard.
There is also “a culture of ­removal and a culture of victim blaming”.

Mary Moore, convener of the volunteer Alliance for Family Preservation and Restoration, told the NSW parliamentary committee yesterday that children were being taken into care based on the opinion of case workers where no harm had occurred “but because they have concerns the child might suffer harm in the future, and they’re then in care until age 18”.

Ms Moore said she had struggled in vain to find data from any government worldwide that demonstrated a higher rate of removal than Australia’s 2272 children per million. Finland, with a population of 5.4 million, was next at 1851 children per million, with the US in fourth place at 1255 per million and New Zealand sixth at 840.

Domestic Violence NSW policy manager Sophie Trower told of a woman whose children were kept from her after her jaw was broken by a violent partner, because case workers deemed her “too pretty” and therefore likely to get into another abusive relationship. This was despite the fact the agencies dealing with the woman and her two children in their out-of-home care placements recommended reunification “after incredible strength, resilience and hard work to improve safety and wellbeing by the mother had been clearly documented”.

The woman, from the NSW central coast, had also not previously been in a ­violent relationship, had not started another relationship, there was no evidence to suggest she was likely to enter another violent relationship and during the intervening time she had obtained a TAFE certificate in social work.

“I think in some jurisdictions there is a culture of removal, and a culture of victim blaming … in domestic and family violence there is a significantly lower knowledge base across the board of ­people who understand the ­dynamics,” Ms Trower said.

“This was a very clear case of where a woman was told that ­because she was too attractive she was more likely to get into a violent relationship.”

Ms Trower said the case had been referred to the Ombudsman but she did not know whether, seven months on, the children had yet been returned.

Ms Moore, whose submission described Australia as “the child-stealing capital of the Western world”, said a lack of regulation in child protection “breeds an environment of incompetence, misconduct and corruption experienced daily by children and families”.

She described cases where pregnant women entered hospital to give birth in full expectation of being able to take their babies home afterwards, only to have the infants seized immediately and unexpectedly without even being allowed to suckle them.

“These are parents who believe they were going to be given help but they are not even able to give the baby colostrum,’’ she said.

“As a nurse, I would never ­recommend that.’’

The inquiry continues.

theaustralian.com.au 27 Sep 2016

The people in the Australian Government are Human Rights abusers on a daily basis, where the masses are literally powerless to bring theses criminals before the courts, either domestic or international.

The people in the 'Australian Government' are not in office lawfully, but rather through deception, fraud, extortion and force.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Victoria Police asks for your money citing part of their oath




As many people would be aware the communications medium called television is used for corporations and business to promote their products via commercials or advertisements.

Victoria Police have started an advertising campaign where they are asking the public to dig deep into their pockets to support the Victoria Police charity.

Also as part of the advertisement (see screen capture in illustration below), it can be seen how an employee of Victoria Police is citing their oath.
 

Many people nowadays (via social media, blogs, etc) would be aware that an important feature of a person in office (power) is their 'oath'.

A few years ago a document was brought out into the public domain on the unlawful activities of Victoria Police.

The document was complied by an ex Victoria Police officer, citing various acts also including the oath of Victoria police.

The oath of Victoria Police is as follows:

I swear by Almighty God that I will well and truly serve our Sovereign Lady the Queen as a member of the Police Force of Victoria in such capacity as I may be hereafter appointed, promoted, or reduced to without favour or affection malice or ill-will for the period of from this date, and until I am legally discharged; that I will see and cause Her Majesty's peace to be kept and preserved; and that I will prevent to the best of my power all offences against the same, and that while I shall continue to be a member of the Police Force of Victoria I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties legally imposed upon me faithfully and according to law.”

This can be found in a document of the title:

Ex Victorian Police officer comments on Fines

where it is available at:


The blog Corporate Australia, has received accounting information pertaining to charities, where the figures show that 90% of funds are swallowed up by administration costs including high salaries for key personnel including CEO's.

Therefore no recommendation can be given to  any person give their hard earned cash to charities.

  • Would you support a corporation that falsely prosecutes people in the name of the Crown?
  • Would you support a corporation that sends out millions of  [unlawful] 'fines' every year?
  • Would you support a corporation whose members deliberately lie under oath in the courts every day?
  • Would you support people who deliberately destroy incriminating evidence against themselves?
  • Would you support  people who assault you if you ask about their oath of office?
  • Would you support people who commit more criminal offences every day than the public they are supposed to allegedly 'serve and protect'?
  • Would you support people who believe their uniform allows them to assault you without repercussions?
Please note:

  • Victoria Police is an arm of the executive, meaning they work for the benefit of government.
  •  Employees of Victoria Police are not 'public servants' (meaning 'employed' by the general populous, where the people are their 'masters') as mistaken by many a lay person.