THE NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK is a corrupt organisation. It also runs a bank on the side.
But running a bank is an essential vehicle for the former — possessing a banking license gives one carte blanche to engage in corrupt practices. Some of the corruption is strategic, some the product of unplanned mopping up operations arising from the NAB’s serial incompetence.
On bread and butter NAB practices, the farming siblings Chris and Claire Priestley are facing eviction from their farm in north-west New South Wales. January 22 is the date when the keys are meant to be handed over, the NAB having been given the green light on 10 December.
Read this disgusting full story [HERE] and make sure you pass it to all you know …..
Governments elected in Australia must run their term with no recourse when they sell out the country. Viewing the demise of this nation by corruption, incompetence, greed, and 100% unaccountability under decades of the two party system dictatorship, Australians are wakening to their tradgic political party faithful support now feeling the pinch of reality trhat the days are numbered by license given to our out of control politicians
Politicians not requiring accreditation for the job of running the nation, are given power by the people vote to dictate until next polling day.
This video shows hard facts how the Gillard Government carbon tax on 22 million Australians [of which 50% are non productive on government payrolls], will change the world.
Only so many rolls of the dice before Australia’s bankroll is lost – awaiting the new owners to issue that “Little Red Book” we then must live by.
PASTOR CHRIS FIELD ATTRACTS AN ARMY OF VIC GOVT ENFORCERS FOR MACQUARIE BANK’S 2nd ILLEGAL EVICTION
Listening to this interview with Pastor Chris Field who was evicted from his home for the second time in Victoria, not for refusing to pay his mortgage, but daring to ask who his mortgage payments were going to since the bank had transfered this legal document without his knowledge all Australians need to hear.
An Army of some 25 people invaded the home of Chris Field to evict the family leaving them out the front of his home with only the clothes they we wearing, not even shoes. These enforcers then errected a fence aroung the home to be policed by guard dogs. This show of strength by the Vic Government on this passive family of god was larger that most sent to a hostage situation involving firearms.
Hosting a weekly internet broadcast from an Ireland based radio station with a massive listening audience, Chris left his computer connected to the studio during this transmitting live the voices of these keystone cops, featuring their stealing of information from the very computer delivering every word to the world.
Further to this audio, Chris’s son “Topher”, who produces those great videos on YouTube exposing the Vic Govt water fiasco, had a Channel 7 camcorder left with him awaiting the happening of this raid. Interesting will be what he delivers from his magic talent to viewers of the world.
Sources close to SOS-NEWS have identified the enforcers involved who will enjoy international publicity, along with the audio evidence of their corruption heard in the world court of public awareness that most certainly will be denied in the courts of Australia to people like Chris Field and his family.
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As incumbent NSW Premier Kristina Keneally pedals alone with more than a barked knee towards the polls holding out a brave face for the public as if she is riding a wave of citizen favourability, she inwardly has really started to show her true fears.
From amidst the throng, Pauline Hanson bombshells back onto the Australian political scene with a return to the electoral ballot paper for the NSW Upper House as an Independent, (Above the line Box “J”) and the Premier with her unusual coiffure ruffled, yank twang starting to squawk, goes into a tailspin of vindictive and venomous ranting.
The lady who entered her Premiership as the Tripodi and others Marionette, finds the political Island of feminine power now threatened by the stalwart ex Fish & Chip shop Lady from Port Stephens.
As Australia suffers 350 heavy truck drivers deaths each year, more are leaving the industry in droves as the big end of trucking town, “Linfox” the trucking heavyweight, flag their desire to bring in cheap overseas labour.
Waikato Times photo
Lyn Bennetts, ex Queensland President of the Australian Long Distance Owners & Drivers Association says in a statement responding to Linfox CEO Michael Byrnes, “How much more are Australian Taxpayers going to pump into educating overseas migrants at the expense of our own jobs, work force and financial security.”
Mr Bennetts says that Linfox want 3000 immigrants to come and work in the transport industry to drive their trucks. What Linfox aren’t saying, is that it is because migrants will work for so much less money.
Gas mining corporations chasing huge export dollars have been rubber- stamped by federal and state governments to forge ahead with few credible environmental impact studies to allay public fear of permanent environmental damage.
Geologist John Polgaze, at the request of Councilor Bevan O’Reagan, spoke to Narrabri Shire Council on Tuesday, February 1, 2011, about concerns with mining in the shire and it’s partially disclosed ramifications of potential damage not only to the artesian water basin but other possible seismic interference that could affect the natural harmony of our planet.
Surat in south west Queensland is sitting atop the Great Artesian water aquifer. Foreign-owned gas companies are drilling into this precious water resource with bore holes sometimes 700 metres apart. More State Government Government concessions have been granted to sink another 40,000 wells throughout the Surat Basin. Further north the Roma section has been granted an additional 15,000 wells saturating the surface of one of Australia’s most productive cattle and cropping areas.
As Parliamentarians Speak Out – Skeletons Astart Rattlin in the Closet Darkness
John Ford, the local Member of Parliament for Mining and Pastoral region has sailed into the fray head on where the Department of Environment and Conservation [DEC] in Western Australia are still on the march against Iconic Kimberleys’ Mt Hart Station operator Taffy Abbotts who has his life’s efforts under siege.
Listen to John Ford state Taffy’s case from his perspective as a local member and what he thinks of MP Marmion’s inadequacies.
As the Wet season’s Rains thunder down isolating Taffy and Kim to the immediate Station for weeks at a time, DEC retains an apparent recalcitrant attitude towards their responsibilities and obligations towards Taffy’s 20 years of blood sweat and tears.
WikiLeaks Reveals Why Corporate Trust first Has to be Earned & How Politics is Used to Jump that Queue
By now most of you readers will have had the opportunity to read the story released in SOS-NEWS Newsletter in respect to Monsanto’s “Roundup” Herbicide. A story that reveals the environmental, human and animal health risks that are starting to rise to the surface above and through the controlled main stream media reporting on GM [Genetically Modified] cropping along with the substances used in conjunction with such food stock manipulations.
If you haven’t, then I strongly suggest and urge you to do so. Click on the either image to to read that frighteningly revealing look at what Monsanto are desperate to hide. Then continue to read on below.
Because there is more and it goes beyond just Monsanto and their despotic grab for global control of food sources. It is about the globe’s people’s champion of honesty and transparency “WikiLeaks” revealing United States Politics are corrupted by corporate romance and political power of the Globe’s first nation are prepared to hurt other Nations that don’t dance the Monsanto Jive. This is not Politics; It is Corporate “War”.
Floods Steal Lives & Livelihoods In the Eastern States, in WA, Liberal Governments Just Steal
As the Western Australian Kimberleys’ battle over the Mt Hart Station tourist business gets its head of steam up as the wet season’s rains cascade, Taffy Abbotts the operator whilst feeling as if he has a gun to his head, is trying to keep his cool. The iconic Taffy is fast losing faith with the Department for Environment and Conservation of Western Australia [DEC] will give him a satisfactory offer of compensation for 20 years of personal labour and investment into the successful resurrection of Mt Hart station.
Since 1990, when DEC bought the run-down cattle station, 240km from Derby on the Gibb River Road with public monies, in The West Kimberleys, Taffy has slaving in good faith with blistered hands restoring the original homestead, establishing new buildings and setting up Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge – now a place on the global tourist’s map. To the people of Western Australia, Taffy Abbotts lived up to his end of the bargain those WA people’s money was invested in.
Alas, after enduring 20 years of hardship, sweat and blisters building the Mt Hart back up from a resoundingly neglected failed cattle station under a contract of services licensing agreement, late last year he was incongruously offered a paltry $200,000 to walk off it, whilst being advised “big business” has an interest in taking out the lease.
Listen to Taffy’s SOS-NEWS interview on how government ripped him off then read on further to the next page…
There is a huge opportunity here and we should be investigating and taking whatever that opportunity offers. That is, that whilst the floods devastate rural and metro areas of humanity alike, it also has forced vermin and pests such as rabbits, foxes and wild dogs and pigs etc into much smaller areas of habitat.
This windfall of possibility to move in and eradicate as much as possible of these pest species’ scourge whilst they are essentially blindsided would perhaps alleviate some of these pressures off the farming community as they struggle with rebuilding their shattered lives over the coming years.