Contempt of court


Meet lawyer Mark Morgan. He acted for a Victorian woman who was beaten up by police. Just last week Mark Morgan was given a four month suspended sentence for contempt of court: he could lose his practising certificate and he owes the state government hundreds of thousands of dollars. And the police who bashed his clients? They’ve never paid a cent. And neither has the State of Victoria.

The Law Report, 11 Sept 2007

Another typical example of an oppressive biased law system.




Legal Aid Victoria supports criminals


Amidst speculation and pressure that Legal Aid Victoria is in support of Criminals, there is mounting evidence, that public monies are spent on protecting criminals.


Conversely, a recent matter indicates that a client requested legal aid for being unlawfully dismissed from the workplace. The client alleged that sexual harassment, discrimination and victimisation occurred within a Telecommunications giant. The client requested legal assistance, and after many telephone calls, none of which were returned by Legal Aid Victoria, the response given, after the client made a complaint to the Attorney Generals Department, Rob Hulls, was that Legal Aid decided that the matter was not in the interest of the public.

Legal Aid seeks to protect criminals who murder people, where there is overwhelming proof of the alleged crime, whereas it’s not a matter of protecting the individual that raises a concern against a corporate giant, but as a result this would have implications within the Industrial Relations Law reforms, which would benefit the general public as a whole. This is clearly an action / matter / trend that the government does not want to see the light of day, as it will give more rights to the worker, a move that is detrimental to the corporate community.

This clearly indicates that the Legal Aid is designed to protect criminals.


KAZ exploits 3 month ‘probation’ loophole.


The government made a law that required employers to employ a prospective employee for a 3 month ‘probation’ period. This meant that during this time, the employee could get sacked without any repercussions to the employer.

The IT industry is generally an outsourced industry with both full time and contract employment. Professional employment within the IT industry is usually handled via agencies.

Agencies can charge a fee of a few hundred dollars, for a successful placement of a contract candidate, up to anything between $5,000 to $10,000 for a full time professional.

One way to exploit the system is that a firm may have a contract position that they outsource to the clients. As a contract position it may be worth $90-$100k to the contractor, and if it were full-time staff employment, it would be $50-60k. Instead of contracting it out, the company hires the employee as a permanent full-time, through an IT agency. If the employee gains successful employment, the IT agency then requires a service for providing the employee, for the sum of $5-10k. Successful employment is based upon the 3 month probation period.

A quick financial calculation will show that if a company hires a contract position at the full time rate, changing employee 4 times per annum (by not paying the agency, using the three month exploit) they can save : 40K salary + (4 x $10k) = $80,000 maximum, on the one position.

KAZ hired a person for a full time position, then terminated their employment, on the day the three month probation period ended. The excuse given was that it was performance based (which can be easily fabricated internally), but since this person was mainly on-site, the references received from the customer were quite the opposite.


Rene Rivkin – Corporate Fraud, reward.

One name that comes easily into mind when one thinks of corporate fraud in Australia is that name, Rene Rivkin.
Being a person of influence one would expect one to have friends like doctors, lawyers, judges, politicians and the like, of course naturally some if not all being part of the boys club. This becomes more evident as more sequence of events unfold.

One of Rene’s rises to fame was that of a transaction which included the purchase of a company not its worth of $3 million dollars, then insuring it for $50 million, and then burning it down, naturally collecting on the way out.

An operation of such complexity cannot be carried out by one’s lonesome, and has to involve all sorts of people. Since there was no other option, than to lodge an inquiry into the matter, prior to Rivkin’s testimony (which would implicate others, eg. Politicians, insurers, etc), he conveniently committed suicide.

One of the most important facts that the mainstream media puts an unconditional blanket on is that the Anglo-Masonic law system, together with its peers realistically ‘rewards’ those so called ‘individuals’ who commit crimes against the ‘commoners’. In Rene’s case, he defrauded the Australian public of monies, through insider trading. The punishment served on Rivkin can only be described as a joke. The court system ‘punished’ Rivkin, with a weekend jail sentence, for nine months, which was postponed most of the time, supported by claims, with a doctor’s certificate, that he was unfit to serve jail time, yet he was not unfit to commit fraud.

The banning of his stock broking license mean absolutely zero, as he could entrust anyone to carry on his business deals.

This is a classic example of how corrupt the Australian legal system is, to the detriment of the Australian public, but to the benefit of the chosen few.


Police ‘knew about’ teen sex trade in NT


Trading young Aboriginal girls for sex has been happening for at least 15 years in a Northern Territory mining town, one of Australia’s most powerful Aboriginal leaders says.

NT Chief Minister Paul Henderson on Friday conceded that police had known about the shocking allegations for “a significant period of time”.

Despite this, and the intervention to combat child sexual abuse announced in June last year, there has been no arrests over claims of child prostitution at Nhulunbuy, 650km east of Darwin.

Non-Aboriginal people working there are believed to be exchanging cash, drugs, taxi rides and alcohol for sex with teenagers, some as young as 13.

Indigenous leader Galarrwuy Yunupingu said the sex trade had been operating for the past 15 years and at least 12 girls were currently engaged in the trade.

“Everybody here knows what has been going on and the time has come for us to put an end to this once and for all,” he said.

“It has been let go for a while and it should be about time that somebody in authority comes and stamps it out.”

Mr Henderson defended the NT police force.

“Police can’t respond to a general allegation of just ‘everybody knows’,” he told reporters in Darwin.

“Police have, over a significant period of time, heard of these allegations but it’s been very hard to provide specific evidence to get people before the courts.”

Asked if he thought it was embarrassing that police had failed to make inroads, Mr Henderson replied: “I don’t accept that”.

“The onus is on people who have that information to report it to police,” he said.

NT Acting Assistant Police Commissioner Colleen Gwynne said police had only recently become aware of the allegations aired nationally on Friday, but claims of a similar nature had been known for several months.

Following the latest media reports, federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin announced a child abuse taskforce was being sent to the remote Arnhem Land town.

“That will include additional police, additional family and children’s services, child protection officers,” she said.

Australia’s most senior Aboriginal politician, NT Deputy Chief Minister Marion Scrymgour, denied the allegations reflected badly on the federal intervention.

“We are lifting the lid finally on child abuse in remote Aboriginal communities,” she said.

Leon White, a former school principal at the remote Arnhem Land community of Yirrkala, said there had been “allegations (of child prostitution) for decades”.

Many of the victims of the shocking racket are believed to come from Yirrkala and use sex to pay their way into town and back.

“It is good news that police are going to conduct an investigation into this,” he said.

“There has been a conspiracy of silence …

“I think the facts are that the silence has been a lot longer than just a year.”

The Little Children Are Sacred report, which prompted the intervention, detailed allegations of a rampant sex trade at an unnamed town where mining workers gave Aboriginal girls – aged between 12 and 15 – alcohol, cash and other goods in exchange for sex.

It was published a year ago.


Because this is happening in the black community, the white Anglo-Masonic Law System does not and never will care.

The apparent steps that are being made are too little and too slow.


IBM GSA – Employment Agency Fraud

IBM-GSA (a Telstra /Lend Lease Joint venture) is involved in a large scale monetary fraud together with its suppliers i.e. the labour hire agencies. These agencies are some of the larger employment firms in Australia.

The primary objective for any employment agency, like in any business, is to create profit. This is achieved by selling a resource with a profit margin. To distance themselves from the human element of the trade, agencies commonly refer to people as resources. The resource has to be a sellable commodity otherwise profit cannot be generated by the agency. The recruiter is not concerned by the need for employment of an individual, rather a profit margin dictated by the agency.

IBM-GSA has fraudulently underpaid it workers through the agencies. This procedure has been detailed and passed on to one of Australia’s largest law firms, Slater and Gordon, that specialises in rights of the disadvantaged worker. A response was given as a positive, that the matter falls within the definitions of Corporate fraud. This as it is a practice that is still occurring to this day.

The firm was then asked when it could start a class action law suit against the companies involved, the response given was that they are too busy, it is not financially viable for them, and that the prospective litigant would have to undertake the matter of their own financial accord.

Australia’s Anglo-Masonic court system dictates the success of any court matter brought forward. It is not in the interest of many corporations to have this matter made public, let alone the commencement of a class action law suit, from an individual who is not of the Anglo-Masonic background.

In a similar matter, an individual, who rounded down the cents of employee’s pays, was discovered, and convicted. In the example mentioned above, the figure is far greater than that of the convicted individual.


Government Social Security Fraud

Corporate and white collar crime is generally viewed as a lesser crime than one of a physical nature, although the consequences could be greater. This can be supported by the lenient sentences handed out to the perpetrators. Corporations or individuals used as scapegoats are generally the perpetrators.

It is naive to believe that any government is immune from corruption. It’s quite often the contrary. History has proven this time and again, and it is more evident in certain governments / cultures, whilst in others it is kept secret.

A document titled ‘Secret Monies’ outlines the methods used by the government to obtain monies fraudulently. For example if the government has an approximate 10 million people on social security benefits, the payments issued are stagnated throughout the working week. This equates to approximately 2 million people per day. If the average weekly payment is $200, then the daily rate is approximately $40. Therefore an approximate amount of $80 million, per day can be issued out.

Normally if Monday is a Public Holiday, then any Social Security forms to be handed in are usually done on the Friday before, eventuating in payments made the following business day, that being Tuesday. In this case, Labour Day Holiday (Monday), forms were not requested to be handed in on Friday, so the next working day being Tuesday is when they must be presented. eventuating in payment made on Wednesday.

The government has kept your money for an extra day, and in the example made above, can hold interest made on $80,000,000 for its own purposes. This is one example the contents of the document mentioned previously. This is more than enough grounds for a class action law suite.

If an individual has committed an offence against the government, they will be convicted, and therefore excluded from certain functions / roles in society.

There are no repercussions for fraud committed by the government against its people, only excuses.


Victoria’s Water Shortage


When we think of deserts we may, have a vision of the Sahara, the Arabia, and the Gobi in China, depending on how geographically aware one is. We normally associate desert with heat, whereas its actual definition lies within the lack of rainfall. Antarctica is also one of the world’s largest deserts.

In Australia, we have the Great Victoria, the Great Sandy, the Gibson and the Simpson deserts. It is no secret that Australia is one of the driest continents in the world. No doubt Burke and Wills would attest to this. There are naturally areas of high rainfall, but are not in the areas where the majority of the population exists.

After the colonisation of the various states of Australia, the government set up the various water authorities within each state. The Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works (MMBW) was created in 1891, to look after the building and supply of water to the city of Melbourne and its surrounds. Later in the 20th Century it was also responsible for the planning of major roads and arterials. It was later ‘corporatised’ in 1991.

From the MMBW’s inception Melbourne’s water was catered for by the building of storage facilities and dams with respect to the size and needs of the population. Sylvan, Cardinia, Maroondah, are some of the major projects undertaken, with the Thompson being the last.
In the seventies there have been times of water shortage, and the watering of gardens was possible on even week days. In the eighties, the MMBW’s campaign was to “Use Water Wisely”. In the nineties there were also times of water shortage. In recent times, from the 2000’s onwards, we can easily recall times of water shortage. Every decade has had its shortage of water. In the media there is always the mention of the drought. It is therefore of no surprise to the authorities that we live on a dry continent.

Since the trend in global politics is to privatise all government utilities, it is therefore inevitable that most or all of our utilities will be in control of private hands, and possibly in theory in the control of one company. The effects of a monopoly have been proven many times over to be detrimental to the general populous, examples of which are beyond the scope of this document. In the US, laws prevent monopolies from operating. No such laws exist here in Australia.

One solution that the government proposes is one that is cheap and takes away any onus away from it. It’s one that it actively promotes within the media, “Every household a dam”. This directly places the onus on the household owner, where previously this was in the care of the government. There has been no onus laws put forward as the government proposes. In the seventies people who wanted to put in water tanks were forbidden by their local councils, as this would take away revenue from the infrastructure. Currently people who have registered their water tanks, have a higher water bill than prior to registration.

Another solution proposed by the government is that of a desalination plant. Several desalination plants exist in Western Australia, and have been operational for many years.

In countries like Greece and Malta, desalination plants have existed for a long time. The government claims that it is an expensive proposition, but those countries have managed despite a lower GDP per capita than Australia. In this situation the Victorian government, again has been retro – active. The works will be tendered out to a private company, and the price of water will rise significantly. Currently the government sells water to Coca Cola for $1.40 per million litres, whilst the average household payed $0.80 per 1000 litres or over 570 times more than Coca Cola.

In the last generation, there has been an approximate increase in population of 30% in Victoria. Since the ‘corporitisation’ of the water authority in Melbourne, there have not been any new sites developed for water storage or damming. Together with climate change, it is of no surprise that we are currently facing a water shortage. Therefore the direct responsibility for failure to provide the population with adequate water lies within the government.