Where Howard slips up.. we are a community tax affects us all
In 1980 when Howard was Treasurer, the Fraser Government tried to tax mining workers on the benefit they received from subsidised housing in remote Central Queensland. A form of Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) on housing paid by the workers themselves.
As a recent article on the Miners Union (CFMEU-mining division) website points out:
The Fraser Government had first tried to introduce the housing tax in 1978 and again in 1979 but through strike action were successfully rebuked both times. However, Howard thought that the time was right for another attack on workers rights and in 1980 the battle was on again.
The response from the miners was to go out on strike, this is why John Howard hates unions —
When Howard moved to impose his housing tax on 30 June, miners at Gregory and Moura mines went out on strike. Others at Moranbah and Dysart followed.
Around 4,000 mining…
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Just one back benches making noise, yet doing little to help those who ‘do hard Labor & heavily burdened.
above is a photograph of tanya plizerebek working for the dept of housing
with a connected to the internet, lap top and mobile phone, whilst seated
behind a desk in supposid readines to serve the public. Or so one might think.
In actuallity, upon my informing her re a housing matter, instead of her
entering the details on to her lap top and providing me with a job number,
I was instructed to use the foyer phone, explain the job to the person on the other end, obtain the pertinant job number and provide it to tanya, which i did and
i observed her enter the number i obtained from the foyer phone into her lap top.
Similarly today we see her 2nd in charge of the labour party, doin her job
in every way she can to oppose the government, not actually help run the
country effectively and efficiently…
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Good points there, Pete.
Published on 10 Jan 2013
In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss austerity sandwiches
and fraud multipliers in the City of London. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser
talks to Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money, about MMT or Modern Money
Tricks and about whether or not the people of Europe will ever rise up and
stop the never ending bailout of banker crimes.
The Australian public get Austerity from
the Fabian Socialists (yess Communists) whilst the Constitution ignored for
dissemmination of states vide an amalgamation of councils to take your soverignty .
If you Let Them If you continue to Take It from your supposid elected servants
corporatising the parliament for a global adgenda. So they can live in a fantasy land…
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