Category Archives: Whistle Blowers

People who tell the truth and usually get punished for it.

Scott Bennett US Psyops whistleblower

In this radio interview from May 2015 Scott Bennett accurately predicts the flood of Syrian migrants to the EU.

He also explains his view on US geopolitics and foreign policy in relation to oil and the middle east.

In true whistle-blower fashion  he has been imprisoned  on trivial charges relating to a housing application.


Scott Bennett has a website;

which include this reference.

 In Mel Gibson’s masterpiece film “Braveheart”, there is a scene  where the “nobleman” who betrayed William Wallace on the battlefield—abandoning him during the fight in favor of bribe money and political title—is asleep in his subsidized bed, tossing-and-turning as he’s tormented by the nightmare of a blue-face-painted, sword-swinging Wallace galloping on horseback against a backdrop of flames, chasing after him; startling him awake with terror. 

As he whimpers relieved that it was just a dream,  the bedchamber doors suddenly burst open with Wallace atop a black horse, as he rides in, steps onto the bed, unfurls a massive iron ball-and-chain, and swirls and smashes it down up on the face of the traitor.

I anticipate this report will no doubt have the same effect on certain people.  For right now somewhere, in the dark, dank cubicles of U.S. Government, there is a nervously twitching cabal of parasitic lawyers and bureaucrats from the White  House, the Intelligence Community, Congress, the media, and the military, who have been dreading and desperately trying to bury and stop this report form ever reaching the American public.  Obstructionists, whose skulduggery must now, with the weight and momentum behind these documents, come to a career-face smashing end; and their deeds are exposed as the acts of treason they are.



Ashley Madison database released

In a move reminiscent of a chapter from Neuromancer, a secret group of hackers stole a corporate database and apparently ransomed the corporation using the stolen data as leverage.

The data release proves several frauds of the corporation:

*User delete service, where the user details are not actually deleted.

*Misleading customers, by creating fake ‘products’ (bait user accounts).

*Misrepresenting the users chances of success of product use ( the ratio of real male to female accounts was possibly as high as 1000 to 1).

Of course this will lead to more lawsuits against Ashley Madison who have in the past paid out on misrepresenting their user base for a profit motive.

You will need a torrent service to download the database.

If you pay for an internet dating site you are probably a man, and you are probably more likely to meet the woman of your dreams in a gay night club.

So if you are thinking this fraud is isolated you might be surprised that any organized paid for dating service is a fraud.

Check out fraction reserve speed dating whereby fictitious single women are invented out of thin air to create the appearance of a actual market, and fleece the suckers chasing a mirage.

admin addition 20/8/2015

This video seems to sums up the situation as it stands, adult language used in places, but its an adult topic so not a surprise really.

Admin edit addition

The number of fembots in the Ashley Maddison database was well hidden, here’s how it was done:

Speaker Bronwyn Bishop sacked

Following multiple suspected rorts of travel expense involving helicopter, the speaker  in Australian house of representatives has; after significant bipartisan pressure; resigned. bronwynBishopSackedTaggedHaving become a divisive character due to her propensity to eject opposition questions on the flippant grounds of house standing orders 94a, its a surprise that she was finally undone by her travel expenses rather than outrageous bias in subverting democracy and deflecting criticism of the government. Philip Ruddock is touted to be her replacement, and many wonder why he was not the speaker from the beginning of this government.

Australia still struggling with corruption


Self-reporting to authorities of suspected foreign bribery and corruption by Australian companies is failing to occur, with top accounting firm Deloitte revealing it has investigated at least 100 potentially illegal acts involving local firms in the past two years.

It is understood that only a handful of those companies have reported to police their suspicions that their own staff have engaged in foreign bribery or other criminal conduct.

The revelations are likely to strengthen calls from the federal police to reform Australia’s anti-bribery regime to encourage companies to disclose suspected corruption.

Deloitte senior partner Frank O’Toole said the upcoming Senate committee on foreign bribery by Australian companies should call for major changes to the nation’s anti-bribery laws.

His comments come with the release by Deloitte of a survey of more than 250 senior executives from top Australian and New Zealand companies and public sector organisations.

The survey, released exclusively to Fairfax Media, found that one-third of all companies operating in high-risk offshore destinations, including Asia, Africa and the Middle East, had uncovered a suspected bribery or corruption incident over the last five years.

Almost a quarter of all executives surveyed said their firm had, during that same period, confronted corruption involving a staff member or contractor inside Australia.

The Australian Federal Police recently told a Senate inquiry it had more than a dozen active foreign bribery investigations.

Mr O’Toole said another alarming finding from the Deloitte survey related to the failure of many firms to have an adequate anti-corruption regime to detect and prevent graft in their overseas operations.

Forty per cent of executives interviewed from firms with an offshore operation “don’t have (or don’t know if they have) a formal compliance program in place to manage corruption risk”.

“We haven’t seen any tangible decrease in levels of corruption in recent years, or any major shifts in attitudes towards it, especially in offshore jurisdictions,” Mr O’Toole said.

He said the findings highlighted the ongoing problems with the way Australia tackled white collar crime.

“We have heard a lot from the federal police about how they have ramped up their investigations of foreign bribery and that is no doubt true. But they are coming off a low base and there is still only two still unresolved prosecutions in the 15 years since foreign bribery laws were passed in Australia.”

The AFP is preparing to charge several executives and companies in the coming months with foreign bribery offences.

Senior federal police have previously called for companies to be given incentives to co-operate with authorities, including a commitment to have self-disclosure recognised during sentencing.

In the United States, which has one of the more successful anti-foreign bribery regimes in the world, disclosure by companies or whistleblowers is encouraged through a series of incentives.

These include financial rewards for tip-offs and negotiated settlements with companies that co-operate with investigators.

The Senate committee inquiry into foreign bribery will start later this year.

It was established after Labor senator Sam Dastyari told Parliament he had evidence that major Australian firms had engaged in corrupt practices overseas.

Mr Dastyari was also critical of the failure of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the AFP to effectively combat the problem.

Former federal court judge Roger Gyles, who was recently appointed by the Abbott government to review the nation’s terrorism laws and who also chairs the local branch of corruption watchdog Transparency International, recently told Fairfax Media that Australia’s foreign bribery laws needed to be overhauled.

Mr Gyles said the key change was moving the burden of proof from prosecutors to those who have been shown to have made payments to foreign officials.

If the company cannot show a payment is legitimate, then a case may be proven, he said.


By Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker

Billions wasted on job search fraud

ABC 4 corners investigation has uncovered the amoral gamification of government contracts purported to offer job seeker assistance.

This video may not be available after march 9 2015 so get in fast.

Forging and falsifying documents seemed to be industry standard practice.

Specific rorts uncovered were:

Categorizing people into more at risk categories in order to get more funding.

Claiming payments for assisting job seekers into work even when the job seeker was not assisted.

Funneling job seekers into in-house training courses  order to claim a training payment, often the training was low quality, inappropriate or never actually provided.


What is more shocking was successive governments were aware of the widespread fraud and waste but did nothing to punish the fraudsters.

So a total of 18 billion dollars was spent on this program, conservative estimates are that about half was fraud by the contracted  agencies.

18 billion dollars spent over a 16 year period is a lot of money, what else could be done with such a sum.

In November  1960 President Kennedy was elected and quite quickly promised to have a man on the moon before 1970.

In the period of 1961 and 1969, 34 billion dollars was spend on getting man on the moon.

So effectively we could have had half a moon landing for the price of the wacky ideologically driven ‘be mean to the battlers’ program.

The original NASA moon landing from 1961 to 1969 cost 34 billion dollars. Australia waste about half this amount harassing unemployed people in the early 21 century and has not landed a man on the moon.

The original NASA moon landing from 1961 to 1969 cost 34 billion dollars. Australia wasted about half this amount harassing unemployed people in the early 21 century and has not landed a man on the moon.

So who is behind all of this, who else Tony Abbott,

Minister for employment when the program was announced,

under John Howard.



Polacks emigrate to 8chan, 4chan dying


A  8chan/pol/ user in the process of migration.

A 8chan/pol/ user in the process of migration.


With recent scandals such as #Gamergate, censorship, moderation bias and the infestation of SJW moderators, The diehard politically incorrect  /pol/  users (AKA Polacks) have largely left 4chan and have set up their HQ in the rather new 8chan, also called infinitychan.

8chan was designed to look much like /pol/ did on 4chan and its is just as politically incorrect as ever. Its not a place for the weak of heart, stomach, or nerves.

Have you blood pressure medication in standby, along with you butt hurt cream if you dare visit 8chan/pol/ . You’ll read some interesting discussions which you will be able to take part in anonymously* (what passes for anonymously these days at least), you also read some complete crap and some really offensive things. You’ll read things there some people won’t wont you to read, and one of those people may be you.

It’s called freedom of speech,

and it also includes the freedom to be offended,

and offend others.


If the following video offends you, 8chan/pol/ may not be the right place for you.

Akai Gurley family rebuke Rev Al Sharpton

It seems now that any African American dies in the vicinity of a police officer a series of media vultures are circling ready to pick over the body and begin bleating propaganda.


Who made you the spokesperson of our family?

We just want to bury our nephew with dignity and respect.”

-Hertencia Petersen, Akai Gurley’s aunt.


Details about this death are very brief at this stage, too brief to pass judgement in any direction. But none the less, Rev Al  Sharpton wanted to grandstand over the death for media and political capital.

So lets state a few things to begin with to attain some perspective. The 2nd amendment of the US constitution promises the right to bear arms, many US citizens choose to exercise this right. The wording of the amendment makes it very clear the purpose of this amendment was to preserve freedom of the people from tyranny.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Of course no right is free or without cost or sacrifice.

As the result of a population who routinely carry hand guns as a matter of course there will be accidents. In the USA there are 2000 accidental gun deaths per year. An example of a pure accident is this: A woman walks into a bar with a revolver in her hand bag, she drops the hand bag on the bar and the revolver goes off, the bullet shoots through the bag and hits the bartender in the forehead killing him instantly.  Completely unintentional, completely unpredictable, utterly freak accident.


While gun ownership is very high in the USA, the use of guns in murders is proportionally quite low because most people who use guns know the odds of winning handgun fight are about 50%. Risking your life on a the flip of a coin is insane; even in Russian roulette you have an 85% chance of winning.  While the person you are pointing a handgun at may not be armed, many bystanders probably are armed and will be exonerated in a court for defensive homicide.

More guns per capital generally mean less murder.

More guns per capital generally mean less murder.


But this dead leads us to another controversial concept, should the police even have guns at all, maybe we would be better served by an armed population and unarmed police. Police were initially unarmed when police forces were first established.

Guns are safer when police don't have them and civilians do have them.

Guns are safer when police don’t have them and civilians do have them.


While a pure accident is a possibility, there are several other factors, an inexperienced cop seeing two figures approach, a poorly light area, a black neighborhood, mistaken identity, at this stage who knows if there was malice or racism as factors. What we do know is a young man is dead, his life ended, and another young man has a huge cloud hanging over the rest of his life. So it is a double tragedy, one that you would probably never hear of because it does not allow itself to be ‘shoehorned’ into fit a specific political agenda.

There is only one thing worse than losing an innocent loved one, and this is politicians feeding on your loss and  grief for their own benefit.




Bendigo to build ISIS terrorist recruitment center

islam truth fixed

Objections to a planned ISIS terrorist recruitment center  (Mosque) in Bendigo have been discriminatory and racist, a lawyer for Bendigo Council has told Victoria’s planning umpire.


Security risk of Islamo-fascist fortresses.

Of the new islamic fortresses (mosques) initiated this year 100% are 0-10km from an airport/airfield/RAAF base.
And no one finds this is suspicious and worth ASIOs attention instead of the Local Councils rubber stamp?

• Mareeba (Marreeba airfield + 4hrs drive /short flight to Lavarack – Barracks &RAAF base Townsville),
• Penrith (Glenbrook RAAF base),
• Bendigo (mosque borders airport, 1hr drive/short flight to Puckapunyal Army & RAAF base), Currumbin (6km to GC Airport),
• Kalgoorlie Boulder (airport & explosives school),
• Sunshine Coast (Airport),
• Toowoomba’s first mosque opened this year & is 1 minute to the airbase that is home to 210 Squadron Australian Air Force Cadets’ ! and a couple of minutes flight from there (33 mins by car) to Oakey Army Aviation base.
• I know they are building & enclaving in Tarneit/Truganina which happen to be adjacent to the RAAF bases at Laverton & Point Cook in Victoria.

I just can’t believe we aren’t treating this as hostile!
They are strategically positioning to take out many of our air defences & army bases.



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All roads privatised proposal

Of course this means that:

1) The roads will be sold off cheaply to the puppet masters corporations.

2) Roads will not be maintained.

3) No new roads will be built.

4) Your right to travel freely will be gone.

5) The road tolling system will be a means of universal surveillance


Of course roads can be built without a government, but why do that when you can get the public to pay for it, and then buy at cents in the dollar from the government you installed into office. Then of course ransom the general public for using  the roads they paid for, that y0u just stole off them.

Need  government to build roads? No. Need a government to then sell your roads to a private corporation? No. Makes you wander why tthe corporation didn't build the roads in the first place. Why not? Not economic, but stealing roads is economic.

Need government to build roads? No. Need a government to then sell your roads to a private corporation? No. Makes you wander why the corporation didn’t build the roads in the first place. Why not? Not economic, but stealing roads is economic.




Queensland cop caught stealing on video on duty

Of course the cop was never charged for the offense of stealing $1000 from an old woman while raiding her house for allegedly selling cannabis.


Shane Allan Sterling a detective with Queensland police steal $1000 from a house being raided. He was unwittingly caught on security cameras and later dismissed. Check the date stamp exactly 6 months before Christmas. An anti Christmas?

Shane Allan Sterling a detective with Queensland police steal $1000 from a house being raided. He was unwittingly caught on security cameras and later dismissed. Check the date stamp; exactly 6 months before Christmas. An anti Christmas?

Shane Allan Stirling, reputation ruined.


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