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Kevin Rudd and Therese Rein made millions from their contract with a Nun

Therese Rein instituted Queensland Supreme Court proceedings to legally enforce a contract with the estate of deceased nun Frances Jane Edwards in 2006. By doing so it is estimated that Ms Rein saved herself $4.5 million. Frances Edwards was Therese Rein’s original business partner when she set up the rehabilitation business Work Directions in 1988 (now Ingeus) and Ms Edwards […]

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Kevin Rudd, Therese Rein and Ingeus. How did they really make the $210 Million?

Kevin Rudd’s wife Therese Rein started and built their $210 million company Ingeus (then known as Work Directions) on the back of government business in 1989. Therese Rein herself has stated her initial targeted customer when she set up the company was a Queensland government department. Kevin Rudd, as Chief of Staff to the then Premier Wayne Goss, was in a position […]

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Kevin Rudd, Therese Rein and their company Ingeus Ltd. The Obeids of the federal government.

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s wife, Therese Rein, is estimated to be worth over $200 million via her company Ingeus Limited which she started in 1989 with Labor Party government contracts. The evidence suggests that it was no rags-to-riches fairy tale and that Kevin Rudd had a huge hand in backroom government deals to help their company get rolling. As […]

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Does Kevin Rudd support the Bill Shorten backed “Kimberley Kitching for Senate movement”? Andrew Bolt does!

Health Services Union looter and current General Manager Kimberley Kitching is now running for the Senate seat that will be vacated by Senator Feeney when the federal election is called. She is running under the banner “Kimberley Kitching for Senate movement” which has the support of Bill Shorten, Australian Workers Union (AWU) and surprisingly Andrew Bolt which […]

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Love Letters from the Bar Table

Kevin Rudd and Love Letters from the Bar Table. The unanswered questions.

There is a picture of Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on the front cover of my book Love Letters from the Bar Table. This is the book that a Barrister in England said “is a marker setting a future agenda for international human rights and upholding the rules of natural justice”. A picture is worth a […]

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Australian social media flexes its muscle and plays a part in taking down former Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard Prime Ministership ended on Wednesday (26/6/13)  and it worth looking at the role social media played in her down fall as a lot of people underestimate the power of social media. Looking at all of the evidence there is a strong argument to say that social media played the biggest part in forcing the Labor Party to remove Ms […]

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Chief Justice Patrick Keane ignores police threat and continues to hide evidence in the Julia Gillard / AWU fraud scandal

The Federal Court of Australia on Chief Justice Patrick Keane’s instructions has lied to the Victorian Police and said they cannot find the missing court file relevant to the Julia Gillard /AWU fraud and now the Victorian Police are threatening to obtain a search warrant to find the file NSD2082/96. It must be remembered that the Victorian Police were given the […]

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Julia Gillard declares civil war on the Labor Party and Australian public

Julia Gillard threw a stick of dynamite when she announced the election date 7 months in advance this week. Well that stick of dynamite has well and truly been lit with the criminal charges against federal MP Craig Thomson and more importantly the resignations of the two federal ministers Chris Evans and AG Nicola Roxon. The […]

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Tony Abbott and the Liberals win the own goal of the year award.

The Peter Slipper / James Ashby sexual harassment case is set down for further hearing on the interlocutory applications on the 2nd October 2012. The main application is by the government to have the matter thrown out for abuse of process. At this rate it will still be bubbling away and fresh in people’s minds at the […]

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Apocalypse ALP

Today Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard defeated Kevin Rudd in a caucus vote for the leadership by 71 to 31 votes in the 103 member caucus. Where the extra vote went who knows. One thing that can be certain is that Julia Gillard’s career as Prime Minister is coming to an end. In her campaigning to stay […]

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Julia Gillard’s Richard Nixon moment.

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and the former US President Richard Nixon have something in common in that they both went on national television and showed total contempt for their positions and the public when their own reputations were at an all-time low. The two videos below show this. The Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has […]

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