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Total economic collapse is real in 2016

Financial experts predict there is much worse to come. They say get prepared!

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The banks and governments are now trying to devise a foolproof system for street people and the unemployed to allow them access to social security payments while living on the streets. The cashless economy is on the way. A recent example of the consequences for an electronically controlled society hit home at the far northern Queensland mining town of Weipa. A green initiative of Rio Tinto is to supplement the town’s diesel-driven power generator by switching over to electricity from a large solar installation the company constructed earlier this year.

When making the switchover the solar system failed and the normal power supply shut down. Woolworths, the only food outlet at Weipa, was forced to close its doors for nearly two hours. People already in the shop were asked to leave and the doors were shut behind them. The cash registers and barcode readers could not function, the refrigeration stopped working, the lights and air conditioning failed. This is how the governments of the future will control a cashless society. When the citizens object to more and more fascist policies of the ALP and LNP, the ‘government’ will force Woolworths, Coles and the banks to drop their security shutters’, turn off the power and without cash to buy produce direct from farmers, people will starve.

If the power is turned off across the city, no EFTPOS machines can work. No cash, no food!

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Woolworths backs the great Islamic scam, Halal

3_image.jpgLarry Pickering, one of this nation’s greatest journalists!

Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow

WOOLLIES’ WOOLLY THINKING ON A T-SHIRT

… but clear on halal scam

Has Woolworths just given Aussies the best reason yet to shop elsewhere? An Aussie flag with the words “Love it or leave” is a statement directed at those in the Islamic community who say we are unworthy hosts and want us liquidated, but it is also directed at anyone who feels the same way regardless of race.

The T-shirt was pulled from Woollies’ shelves after the Greens’ Adam Bandt made an official complaint of racism. ORIGINAL POST: Just seen on Twitter: Woolworths in Cairns are reportedly selling these singlets (tweet from George Craig, @heartsR4Love). Divisive and ridiculous — these should be pulled immediately. Team Bandt.

It appears Woollies has a problem discerning racism from patriotism and immediately responded with this blustering apology: “It has come to our attention that two Woolworths stores were inadvertently stocking a singlet that we consider totally unacceptable. The singlet was not one we ordered. It was delivered to us in error and should never been allowed on our shelves. We will review our processes to ensure this sort of error cannot happen again. As soon as we were made aware we immediately withdrew the product from our shelves. The sentiment expressed on the singlet does not reflect the views of Woolworths. Woolworths has a policy of ‘Doing the Right Thing’ which means we believe in fostering an environment where everyone is treated with dignity, courtesy and respect.” – Woolworths.

What a load of frog droppings! Apart from having no moral interest in anything other than making money, Woolworths is also telling fibs, it DID indeed order the singlet because it is impossible to get anything on a Woolworths’ shelf without an order.

“Woollies” is Australia’s largest supermarket operator, and owns these stores: Safeway, Big W liquor retailers, Woolworths/Safeway Liquor barns, BWS, Dan Murphy’s, Cellarmasters, Langtons, plus 316 hotels, Caltex Woolworths/Safeway (Caltex Australia has over 500 outlets), 75% of Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group and 67% of Danks.

Woolworths is also Australia’s largest peddler of misery with 13,480 poker machines. It is Australia’s largest alcohol and tobacco retailer and gives preference to suppliers who are halal certified. 

Woolworths is actively promoting and assisting in the halal extortion racket, the greatest ever fraud perpetrated on Aussie shoppers, and if it doesn’t realise these millions in funds are used to finance overseas Islamic terrorism, then it’s been living under a rock.

Is it any wonder Woolworths objects to anything patriotic? So we’ve made available right here a Tshirt (pictured) that Woolworths and the Greens will find thoroughly objectionable and racist!

But going by various polls, Team Bandt and Woollies are on their own!

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Laws smash supermarket giants’ stranglehold on Aussie industries, communities

17 June 2013: LAWS to smash the supermarket giants stranglehold on Australia’s grocery retailing and food production industries were introduced to Parliament today by KAP Federal Leader and Member for Kennedy Bob Katter.

Mr Katter has challenged the corporate-controlled ALP-LNP parties to respect the overwhelming majority of the Aussie people’s wishes to rein in the inexorable march of the supermarket oligopoly, by voting for his Reducing Supermarket Dominance Bill 2013.

The legislation forces the supermarket giants to reduce their colossal market share to no more than 20 per cent each within six years, with a Food Retailing Commissioner ensuring compliance or hefty fines.

“The Americans are screaming blue murder because WalMart and their competitor have now reached about 23 per cent market share. Here we have two supermarkets with a market share of over 80 per cent, so if they decide to cut down the amount of money they are going to pay farmers and jack up the price to the consumers, they can, because there is no competition,” said Mr Katter.

“We have to preserve what little competition weve got left so that we can get a fair go. It is vitally important to head off the untrammelled greed of the supermarket giants.

“Because once they have obliterated all other retail competition, along with our food production industries that can’t compete with cheap overseas labour and an artificially inflated Aussie dollar, thanks to our successive free-market obsessed governments, then they will be able to charge us whatever they want for inferior product.

“The KAPs supermarket laws are among three legislative pillars introduced by Mr Katter in a bid to restore power to Australia’s food producers, small businesses and consumers against the might of a supermarket share concentration unseen anywhere else in the world.”

Also currently before the parliament are Mr Katter’s Imported Food Warning Labels Bill 2013, to warn consumers that food imported from other countries could be produced in conditions that pose tis to human health; as well as the Dairy Industry (Drinking Milk) Bill 2011 to give dairy farmers decimated by the supermarket giants milk price wars and governments’ industry deregulation, the right to collectively bargain for a fair price.

And nothing whatsoever is being done by the Australian Government, Mr Katter said.

“This has been going on for far too long. The history books will read that the people who served in this House from 1991 2013 should hang their heads in shame because they sat on their hands when they had a chance to protect the second most important commodity on Earth behind water, our food.

“So while MPs bicker over who should lead; the consumers are forking out more for food, and food producers and farmers are annihilated in the process,” said Mr Katter.

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