Self Perpetuating Corruptions

Self Perpetuating Corruptions

 

  • HFT  – The exchange live on fees more fees the better it is for so, they support corruption HTFs , HFT make heaps of money because of this and they mapulate the market to make money . THe normal shareholders or pensions funds loose. They fund all of this..

Australia Guilty of War Crime

 

Australia Guilty of War Crime

So, I watched a documentary about the War in Afgantstan and the solider were describe a nite where the reserver soldiers were used and sent on patrol at night time. They describe and sqaud walking into a village at night and then AK gun fire coming out of the house . The sothen then returned fire and then threw grenades inside. Only later did they realise the house was full of a family and children that was blown to bits.

The soliders that was interview said he saw another soliders running with a little baby ding and blow to bits and later in the documentary said he would have done the same.

It seems like Australians dont care about this stuff and managed to justiy this and move on;

So lets look at this from the point of view of the family murdered:

  • You are a afgan fammer trying to make a living as a farmer and protect and take care of your small children.
  • You go work hard on your crops during the day and then have dinner and put your kids to sleep.
  • Then in the middle of the night bunch of tall well armed men come into your village and house.
  • You obvioulsy get scared because you think the worse and try to defened you family in a panic. Because why would a fully armed soliders come into you family house.

 

How can the army justife this, why isnt this going to hauge, or hauge not for white people. What do you think the people that use this as justifiication to commit acts of violence against wesrtner countries. Do you think it is justified.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-10/elite-australian-soldiers-accused-of-covering-up-killing-of-boy/8466612

The solider in questions wasnt punished.

This is a war crim.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-14/new-controversy-about-australian-commando-role-in-child-deaths/7414290

Westpac the Worst Job and Environment

I worked as a Senior Technology role for Westpac for 3 years and this is to document some of the things that happened. It was the worst environment i have ever experienced.

Firstly, lets all agree, people who work for the HR department in these companies are just assholes that will do everything to protect the company and their own pay check. There is not justice in the corporate world for subordinates.

 

 

 

Where to Long Board in Sydney

Where To Long Board In Sydney

Boasting a beachfront strip that runs from Queenscliff to Shelly Beach, this is one of the best locations to go for a cruise on a Penny Longbaord. Aside from the epic ocean views you will also be pleased by the stand out human views. Manly = babes. Since longboards are perfect for beginners you may even feel like using this as an excuse to run into one of said babes. And then ask for their number so you can take them out and make it up to them. You’re welcome.

Bondi Beach

Obvs. In fact the whole path to Coogee (minus the stairs) would be perfect. Advised for slightly more experienced longboarders cos’ there are loads of prams and dodge.

Narrabeen

Narrabeen Lake has a rad path that wraps around and unlike our previous two suggestions, its rarely packed – less people to avoid and also great scenery to enjoy.  Only problem is once you head up towards Wakehurst parkway the track does have sections of metal flooring that makes for a bumpy ride. So sick to the south side of the lake starting around Jammison Park and heading towards Billarong reserve.

Centennial Parklands

Less scenic but perfect for beginner to mid level longboarders. The roads and paths throughout the park are perfect for cruising and once you get some confidence, there are some decent hills you can have a crack at. Downhill longboarding is apparently amazeballs – but we don’t know about that one yet, we’re still trying to stay up on flat ground.

Glebe

Along the main drag of Glebe Point Road –  ducking into cafes for a trendy brunch and a spot of market shopping on a weekend or heading down to the water front to the Glebe Foreshore Path.

St Peters Parklands

 

Olympic Park

 

Making sense of food labels

Making sense of food labels

 

If you are like me, reading food labels make no sense. So here is some info i hope it helps..

According to the Australian Food Standards Council (FSC), a balanced diet for an average adult is made up of the following nutrients each day:

Nutrient Quantity Per Day
Energy 8,700 kilojoules
Protein 50 grams
Fat 70 grams
Carbohydrates 310 grams
Sugars 90 grams
Sodium (salt) 2.3 grams
Dietary Fibre 30 grams
Saturated Fatty Acids 24 grams
 The FSC lists the above reference values for daily intake levels based on an average adult diet of 8,700 kJ.  However, an individual’sintake may vary depending on their energy needs and lifestyle.
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NimbleStorage Comparison and why it is rubbish

NimbleStorage Comparison and why it is rubbish

NAS vs SAN

 

VMware VVols: It’s time to revisit the SAN and NAS debate

 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/when-unlimited-snapshots-volumes-dont-add-up-kevin-hobbs

 

Comparing Virtual Volume (VVol) limits to VMFS/NFS limits

 

 

Panama Papers What will you do

Panama Papers What will you do?

The Panama Papers are the first real opportunity we/ the Civil society have to force change. These papers show the complete corruption that occurs which is the cause of human suffering If all you do is just read and send the following email. I think you have done something. All you have to do is copy and send the following email to all of the email address provided.

Copy email addresses :

john.alexander.mp@aph.gov.au,
karen.andrews.mp@aph.gov.au,
menzies@aph.gov.au,
Bob.Baldwin.MP@aph.gov.au,
B.Billson.MP@aph.gov.au,
Bronwyn.Bishop.MP@aph.gov.au,
Julie.Bishop.MP@aph.gov.au,
Jamie.Briggs.MP@aph.gov.au,
Russell.Broadbent.MP@aph.gov.au,
Mal.Brough.MP@aph.gov.au,
scott.buchholz.mp@aph.gov.au,
Steven.Ciobo.MP@aph.gov.au,
David.Coleman.MP@aph.gov.au,
Peter.Dutton.MP@aph.gov.au,
Warren.Entsch.MP@aph.gov.au,
Paul.Fletcher.MP@aph.gov.au,
josh.frydenberg.mp@aph.gov.au,
Teresa.Gambaro.MP@aph.gov.au,
Ian.Goodenough.MP@aph.gov.au,
natasha.griggs.mp@aph.gov.au,
Alex.Hawke.MP@aph.gov.au,
Sarah.Henderson.MP@aph.gov.au,
Peter.Hendy.MP@aph.gov.au,
J.Hockey.MP@aph.gov.au,
Luke.Howarth.MP@aph.gov.au,
Greg.Hunt.MP@aph.gov.au,
Eric.Hutchinson.MP@aph.gov.au,
Steve.Irons.MP@aph.gov.au,
Dennis.Jensen.MP@aph.gov.au,
ewen.jones.mp@aph.gov.au,
Michael.Keenan.MP@aph.gov.au,
craig.kelly.mp@aph.gov.au,
Andrew.Laming.MP@aph.gov.au,
Craig.Laundy.MP@aph.gov.au,
Farrer@aph.gov.au,
Ian.Macfarlane.MP@aph.gov.au,
Nola.Marino.MP@aph.gov.au,
Louise.Markus.MP@aph.gov.au,
russell.matheson.mp@aph.gov.au,
Karen.McNamara.MP@aph.gov.au,
Scott.Morrison.MP@aph.gov.au,
Andrew.Nikolic.MP@aph.gov.au,
Higgins@aph.gov.au,
Tony.Pasin.MP@aph.gov.au,
Christian.Porter.MP@aph.gov.au,
jane.prentice.mp@aph.gov.au,
Melissa.Price.MP@aph.gov.au,
C.Pyne.MP@aph.gov.au,
Rowan.Ramsey.MP@aph.gov.au,
Don.Randall.MP@aph.gov.au,
Andrew.Robb.MP@aph.gov.au,
Stuart.Robert.MP@aph.gov.au,
wyatt.roy.mp@aph.gov.au,
philip.ruddock.MP@aph.gov.au,
Fiona.Scott.MP@aph.gov.au,
Luke.Simpkins.MP@aph.gov.au,
Tony.Smith.MP@aph.gov.au,
Andrew.Southcott.MP@aph.gov.au,
S.Stone.MP@aph.gov.au,
Ann.Sudmalis.MP@aph.gov.au,
Michael.Sukkar.MP@aph.gov.au,
Angus.Taylor.MP@aph.gov.au,
dan.tehan.mp@aph.gov.au,
alan.tudge.mp@aph.gov.au,
Malcolm.Turnbull.MP@aph.gov.au,
bert.vanmanen.mp@aph.gov.au,
Nickolas.Varvaris.MP@aph.gov.au,
Ross.Vasta.MP@aph.gov.au,
Brett.Whiteley.MP@aph.gov.au,
Lucy.Wicks.MP@aph.gov.au,
Matt.Williams.MP@aph.gov.au,
Rick.Wilson.MP@aph.gov.au,
Jason.Wood.MP@aph.gov.au,
ken.wyatt.mp@aph.gov.au

Send this email:

Dear Parliament member

As a civil servant with the highest moral standard, please advise via return email what your plan is to address the issues raised in the Panama Papers (https://panamapapers.icij.org/), your response will be used to select my preference for future elections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to compete with China a Communist Nations

How to compete with China a Communist Nations

 

Any first world country with freedoms will struggle to compete with a communist country like China. The following is simple rules that countries like Australia has already introduced.

  1. Introduce Spying on the citizens
  2. Introduce Whitesblower laws to force conscriptions
  3. Introduce Protesting laws