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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Nitro_X, Sep 2, 2019.
Pfttttttt ... most people do not know jack about the financial system ...
The term 'conspiracy theorist' gets used a lot these days.
Sometimes it is justified but more often than not it is just used as a synonym for idiot, loony or dik-head, and to shut down any serious or meaningful discussion or debate.
The information provided by the CEC, John Adams Economics and Digital Finance Analytics (aka - In the Interests of the People Youtube channel) is based on careful research and can be verified and backed up, unlike the central bankers and private bankers who are government sanctioned to create money from 'thin air' to prop up unsustainable debt bubbles and fake economies.
The above mentioned have invited anyone who disagrees with their so called conspiracy theories to discuss the issues, as yet there are no takers...wonder why?
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) one of the most secretive institutions on the planet, in terms of its function and agenda, and run by unelected bureaucrats has stated in one of their papers that abolishing cash is the only way to fully implement negative interest rates / bank bail-ins on a global scale, and fully control the global monetary system, this is not conspiracy theory it is fact.
Cyprus was a test case for bank bail-ins and Greek banks, by order of the ECB, imposed cash withdrawal limits on citizens when their government was on the verge of bankruptcy, the Greek people were not bailed out but suffered severe austerity measures, while the corrupt bankers behind the Greek financial crisis were bailed out via the ECB.
Spain and France have a €1,000 cash transaction limit, Greece dropped its cash transaction limit from €1,500 to €500.
Germany attempted to implement a €5,000 cash restriction which triggered fierce public backlash.
Can you see the trend?
These draconian policies are deliberately designed to trap citizens into a corrupted private banking system and further erode civil liberties, freedoms and privacy.
Yes, there is a conspiracy, governments, central banks, private banks and big global accounting firms (namely KPMG) are conspiring to create a fascist global monetary/banking system.
As a side note: our recent banking royal commission, which was a farce and only scratched the surface, as the big private banks were allowed to set the terms of reference, exposed the corruption and fraud of our big banks, yet, not one single bank executive has been taken to criminal court or charged with any crime.
APRA and ASIC are not doing their job, APRA receives most of its funding from the financial institutions it is supposed to regulate (conflict of interest for a government entity?)
This is the power they yield, receiving government protection and privilege that nobody else in this country receives.
It is very concerning.
It's a slow burn, the first step is to get the legislation passed, then it's easy sailing to do what ever they want within the regulations of the bill.
It's starts at $10,000, then $5000, then $2000, and the government of the day (and other 'stakeholders - banks/global accounting firms etc) continue pumping out the hollow propaganda that average Australians are responsible for the black economy, money laundering and massive tax evasion because we pay our barbers/hairdressers in cash or we occasionally pay a tradie mate cash to install a ceiling fan in our lounge room.
Oh and of course the ol' fallback, only drug dealers and criminals use $100/$50 notes...
The NSW Labor party recently had to hand over a $100,000 cash donation to the NSW electoral commission, that was supposedly given to them by a Chinese billionaire, apparently he wanted to deliver it in person, in an Aldi shopping bag...
...but according to ScoMo & Co., we, the average blue collar citizen slave workers are the big problem
I phoned my local LNP MP at Parliament House, his secretary answered, as luck would have it he just walked into his office, so I was on speaker phone with him and his secretary, calmly and reasonably explaining my concerns, but they just did not want to listen, they could not deal with it, in fact, his secretary sounded quite ruffled and agitated, then said, we don't have time for this and literally hung up on me.
They were both actually quite rude and condescending in the tone and responses....yet they are supposed to represent us, their constituents, the people.
That is correct, at this stage of the game.
You can still buy a car from a private seller for say, $20,000 and pay them with cash (*at this stage of the game)
However, if you withdraw $20,000 in cash from your bank account, regardless what you choose to do with it, your bank is required by law, now, even prior to this new bill proposal, to report this to Austrac as a potentially suspicious activity.
Reporting of cash transactions >$10k to Austrac by Banks has been in place for a loooong time.
I can't recall when it came in off the top of my head but I do recall having to complete such reports when I was a bank teller back in the 90s.
Yeah I've been bothering my MP too. The first guy that answered said that the mp was interstate and had no clue about his stance. The second lady answered the phone and was pretty rude to me I asked her and she acted like it wasn't imprtand. She said "maybe he's been busy in parliament" when I asked her why he won't answer my messages. I told her he's got plenty of time to post useless **** on Facebook but why is it so hard to find out his opinion on this? I emailed him too I'm still waiting for an answer haha.
No doubt their scope and power has been expanded in recent years.
It's more than probable there has been 'eyes looking the other way, secret handshakes & closed room deals' by insiders with wealth and power.
What's been done about the many thousands of breaches of non-compliance and reporting to ASIC by the Commonwealth bank, that were exposed in the royal commission?
From what I've read and understand, lawyers/accountants and real estate agents aren't required to report anything, apparently its been well know for quite a while Australia is an easy country to launder money in our real estate market.
Yep. The only time they seem interested or care what we think is when they're on the campaign trail during an election.
Done plenty of letter writing, mostly receive generic responses that never address my questions.....ie: fob you off
So the governing Act is from 1988. You can view the amendments to it on the Federal Register of Legislation if you're after some light bed time reading.
Also, the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006
That is farked up, next you wont be able to walk with cash in your pocket.
Yeah, welcome to the new fascist police state, called ....Australia
NSW is now also rolling out high definition CCTV cameras using artificial intelligence (ie: facial recognition technology) to spot drivers using mobile phones....imagine what else they can use these cameras for, hmmm...general surveillance of citizens perhaps??
Darwin city has already installed HD CCTV cameras with facial recognition technology, similar to what China has implemented for their surveillance state social credit system.
In the last 12 months my regional city in Queensland has doubled the number of HD CCTV cameras, they are just popping up everywhere, even out in the suburbs, not just the CBD.
But wait, there's more.....militarisation of our police force..
lololol you blokes.
Soon you'll have to set up a Pty Ltd company down under and another LLC in some overseas tax jurisdiction simply to privately be able to buy a pack of smokes
extract from 1985VK's link:
“Drivers go to extraordinary lengths (yeah right) to pick up loose coins they notice, sometimes even while the car is in motion,” says Inspector Paul Markson. “Loose coins within cars are a safety hazard.”
“We estimate there’s currently around $4 million worth of loose change in NSW vehicles.”
...and this time they actually admit it is good for 'revenue raising'
I mean come on!....random roadside 'coin testing' by police... for loose change.
It's getting beyond ridiculous...an excuse for more government sanctioned theft from citizens.
I wonder if they'll soon make it illegal to scratch ya balls while driving, if ya got itchy nuts, you might go to extraordinary lengths for a quick scratch, definite safety hazard !!
You do realise that site that @1985VK linked is a p!ss take website yes ?
Getting ready for new world order.
I do now, should have scrolled to the bottom of page...lol...here's my submission for their next issue.
(For what it's worth, the links/info I posted was legit and worthy of consideration)
Good afternoon sir, I noticed while you were driving, you appeared to be scratching your testicles. Are you aware it is illegal to scratch your testicles while driving?
No, officer, I was not aware of this new law.
Scratching your testicles while driving is a serious safety hazard, due to my obligations I will have to confiscate your testicles, issue a $100 fine and 2 demerit points.
But officer, my nuts were really itchy, and very distracting, I feared crashing my vehicle if I didn't scratch my itchy nuts!!!
Sorry sir, but its the LAW, we have zero tolerance regarding testicle scratching while driving.
In future, I suggest you pull the vehicle over to a safe location, place vehicle in PARK, apply the handbrake, then scratch your testicles.
When you have completed this task, you may then proceed on your journey.
*passes infringement notice to driver*
Officer, my wife won't be happy, can I apply to have my testicles returned?
You have 6 months to apply for return of your testicles from date of infringement notice, if you fail to do so, your testicles may be auctioned off at the bi-annual Policeman's Ball.
Hahaha, just clicked on it. A comical satire site, love it.
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