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Australian parliamentary inquiry into whistleblower protections rejects revised submission critical of ASIO. No reason provided.

John Wilson PO Box XXXX Greenwich NSW 2065 8 June 2017 Committee Secretary Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services PO Box 6100 Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 By email: corporations.joint@aph.gov.au RE: Revised submission to the inquiry into whistleblower … Continue reading

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UNHRC documents ASIO abuse of whistleblowers (UNHRC report link below). Despite this, parliamentary inquiry into whistleblowers refuses to accept and release submissions critical of ASIO.

From: John Wilson [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wednesday, 24 May 2017 11:47 AM To: ‘xxxxxxxxxxxxx, xxxxxxxx (Senator)’ Subject: FW: Australian parliamentary inquiry into whistleblowers withholds key information from public: Dear Senator XXXXXXXXXX, Thank you for your earlier emailed comments. Unfortunately the Committee … Continue reading

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Australia’s captive regulators are paper tigers: The Inspector General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS)

Contents Overview – Catch 22……………….1 What kind of oversight system exists under IGIS’s watch?…….. 3 Five nations: Five-Eyes – a dismal case of oversight failure………….. 5 A personal account: the nightmare of dealing with IGIS. ……………..7 Fear and favours: ASIO, … Continue reading

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The FBI (and ASIO) stole my girlfriend

The FBX Blog: The Unfolding Story http://www.facebook.com/Mininganalyst Overview There is no hard and firm definition of what makes someone a ‘dissident’ in the US, no red line one crosses from being a regular citizen to becoming a political target of … Continue reading

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Wikileaks Party, ASIO and the September 2013 Australian federal election

I attended a presentation by Professor John Keane (Director, Institute for Democracy and Human Rights at Sydney University) at the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) in Sydney 19 November 2013. The title of his presentation was “People Power in … Continue reading

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FBI targets Wall Street analyst after report on US mining company Freeport McMoran

I left the USA in 1999, a political refugee after a period of intense FBI persecution. Before my exodus, I was a young mining analyst working on Wall Street for British investment bank for SG Warburg (now part of UBS). … Continue reading

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The FBX Blog: The Unfolding Story [updated 27 March 2014]

 The FBI (and ASIO) stole my girlfriend [Updated 27 March 2014] http://www.facebook.com/Mininganalyst  Overview There is no hard and firm definition of what makes someone a ‘dissident’ in the US, no red line one crosses from being a regular citizen to … Continue reading

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