Plunderers the plundering and how to fix it ?

The Social Contract

The Social Contract (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



United States Securities and Exchange Commission

United States Securities and Exchange Commission (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Episode 398

Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines.
In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the American legal system that
authorizes plunder, a moral code that glorifies it and a financial system that profits from it.
In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Professor Steven A. Ramirez, a former
Enforcement Attorney at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, about
the broken social contract, when that contract got broken and how to mend it.

A social contract between the commonwealth (Us the people and our elected servants) turned into a corporate contract for insider trading and profiteering/racketeering, yes Terry Allan Can you inform the world how  your sent implied fiat water bill complies with the weights and measures legislation in that you can show me the amount of water your meter has measured that it is alledged i have  supposed to have used?   Or you cant  cause ther arnt any  water meters  youve spent the $11 milliion,  it was split up  between  the respective contractors  and still tennants security is an issue  Do you know your own Mission Statements, Statements of Values or your  so called oath of office ,? or has your mind being  affected with a brain injury vide aspartamind and flouride?  or, your  just  a commie working for a  clepto corporate organisation that proports to be legal yet ignors international Standards and our own constitution!

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5 Responses to Plunderers the plundering and how to fix it ?

  1. Pamela says:

    got enough problems in OZ at the moment, 22 hours with no internet adsl or mobile phone.. addicted, for sure. Hot n steamy in CQ while the x Cyclone heads down the coast to your region, for sure it will come. Alex n company on serotonin increases casing paranoia & more headache than it cures with Prozac etc.. Keister on the right track with deception.. (Y) 🙂 keep up the good work of opening the sheepie eyes, Pete.

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  3. PeterBDunn says:
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    Article 267 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union states the following:
    “The Court of Justice of the European Union shall have jurisdiction to give preliminary rulings concerning: (a) the interpretation of the Treaties; (b) the validity and interpretation of acts of the institutions, bodies, offices or agencies of the Union; Where such a question is raised before any court or tribunal of a Member State, that court or tribunal may, if it considers that a decision on the question is necessary to enable it to give judgment, request the Court to give a ruling thereon. Where any such question is raised in a case pending before a court or tribunal of a Member State against whose decisions there is no judicial remedy under national law, that court or tribunal shall bring the matter before the Court. If such a question is raised in a case pending before a court or tribunal of a Member State with regard to a person in custody, the Court of Justice of the European Union shall act with the minimum of delay.”
    What constitutes a “court or tribunal” is a matter of Union law and it is not to be determined by reference to national law.[2] In determining whether or not a body is a “court or tribunal of Member State” the European Courts will take a number of issues into account, namely whether— is established by law, is permanent,
    3.its jurisdiction is permanent, has an inter partes procedure, applies rules of law, and is independent.[3]

    However, these criteria are not absolute. In Broekmeulen v Huisarts Registratie Commissie[4] the ECJ ruled that a body established under the auspices of the Royal Medical Society for the Promotion of Medicine was a “court or tribunal” within the meaning of the treaty, even though that society was a private association.
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    The Australian Human Rights Commission, previously known as the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), website provides information on a wide variety of Human Rights issues; including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice; Disability Rights; Human Rights; Racial Discrimination and Sex Discrimination. You can also get information about making a complaint; the United Nations; Information for Employers and Information for Students.
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  5. PeterBDunn says:

    THE state government’s forestry agency broke logging rules at least 634 times in the last financial year, according to data gathered by the NSW Environment Protection Authority.

    The environmental investigator visited 39 logging sites all around NSW, recording an average of 16 breaches of licence rules for each visit.

    Despite the flood of breaches, only 17 warning letters and 10 penalty notices were issued to the state’s forestry agency, Forests NSW.

    The EPA said the small proportion of penalties it had imposed reflected the fact it had dealt with many of the breaches by ”guidance, education and discussion with Forests NSW”.

    Read more:
    AN ASSOCIATE of the Obeid family, who had inside knowledge of the bids for a government coal tender, asked for a $350,000 payment to help a losing bidder negotiate with the relevant department to win the tender, a corruption inquiry has heard.

    Wayne Mitchell, the former chairman of the mining company Coalworks, said he was contacted by an investment banker, Gardner Brook, in August 2009.

    The Independent Commission against Corruption has heard that Mr Brook was the frontman for the family of the Labor MP Eddie Obeid. The commission is investigating allegations that the former resources minister Ian Macdonald provided inside information to allow the Obeids to make millions of dollars from a suspect government coal licence tender.

    Read more:

    Landowners offered $5000 to walk away

    Employment minister Bill Shorten has declared he finds it “hard to make ends meet” on his $330,000 salary while denying a rise to the $13,000 unemployment benefit

    Former MPs want their perks back

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