Archive | May, 2016
Bill Shorten and Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten do secret deal to conceal corruption during election campaign

There is a powerful prima facie case that points to Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten doing a deal not to raise each other’s corrupt past during the election as well as the corrupt and criminal conduct of their respective political parties. The obvious reason for the deal to conceal the corruption during the election is […]

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Malcolm Turnbull’s Mafia meetings, Liberal MP Robb bribed by the Chinese & police charge Labor staffer

The last few days have been huge for shining the light on political corruption. The federal police charged a Labor Party staffer with electoral fraud, Malcolm Turnbull was outed for having meetings with the Mafia, Trade Minister Andrew Robb took a bribe from the Chinese to polish up a trade deal to their liking and […]

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Commissioner Andrew Colvin

Federal Police investigating both Labor and Liberal politicians with charges likely soon

The Australian federal police are currently investigating three federal politicians and had a win in the Federal Court in the Peter Slipper/Mal Brough/James Ashby matter on Thursday (19/5/2016) which is the same day they raided the offices of Senator Stephen Conroy and a Labor Party staffer’s home. Early in the week Federal Liberal National MP Stuart Robert, […]

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Nick Di Girolamo and Barry O'Farrell

Nick Di Girolamo who bribed a Premier with a $3000 gift uses defamation case to try & conceal crimes

Liberal Party crony Nick Di Girolamo, who cost former NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell his job after being caught bribing him with a $3000 bottle of wine, is now suing Fairfax Media claiming he was defamed because their articles implied he was corrupt etc. The man is obviously a nutcase of monumental proportions as he was caught […]

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Bill Shorten and Chloe Shorten

Bill Shorten’s alleged crimes are fraud, theft, adultery and rape to name a few. Should he be PM?

Bill Shorten’s past which includes alleged crimes of fraud, theft, adultery and rape haven’t stopped him being in a position where he has a good chance of becoming Prime Minister in 7 weeks on the 2nd of July 2016. So it is worth again looking at what crimes he may or may not have committed […]

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Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2mill. ICAC Deputy Commissioner Hamilton receives formal complaint

A formal complaint that the Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2 million has been sent to Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Deputy Commissioner Theresa Hamilton and to Sharon Loder who is Executive Director of ICAC’s Investigation Division. The same complaint was also sent CC to Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin. I made a complaint regarding judicial bribery […]

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Malcolm Turnbull - Election year bribe

Malcolm Turnbull’s 2016 election year bribe for his billionaire media mates

Malcolm Turnbull has just given the billionaire media owners of Channel 10, 7 and 9 a $160 million election year bribe with a reduction of TV license fees which was announced in the budget on the 3rd of May. This is the third election in a row that the TV licence fees have been slashed […]

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Airservices chairman Sir Angus Houston and Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure Warren Truss – front – with Thales Australia CEO Chris Jenkins, Airservices CEO Margaret Staib and Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Geoff Brown at OneSky signing ceremony. February 2015 (Airservices)

Australian Senate corruption inquiry investigating $50 Billion Submarine contract winner

The Australian Senate are already investigating corrupt conduct by French arms firm Thales who are the parent company of DCNS which won the $50 billion Submarine contract. They are in effect one company and why the government didn’t address this issue when they announced DCNS as the winner of the Submarine contract is scandalous. The […]

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