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BFCSA: Senators deliver "Son of Wallis" - Very silly decision chaps..... not cricket!

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Senator John Williams has battled away on this issue of corrupt banking for over a decade.  He lobbied for this particular Inquiry, despite its limited Terms of Reference.

We salute you Senator John Williams.  You were the one to stand up there and tell it like it is.

Had the people been voting for a Royal Commission into the Banking Sector, the vote would have been heavily in favour.

To our elected Senators: Victims of Banksters Fraud were counting on each of you.

You let them down.....ah well................that's politics!  The gloves are off.

Normally I edit this site.  Not tonight!  

We will hold our own Online Royal Commission - Aussie style!  Over the next few months we will show you the documents the banks were afraid of releasing. 

The Battle of Consumers vs Banksters has just begun.   

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Thursday, 29 November 2012

    We are ready to do battle online. Will you need copies of our stupid responses from the Banksters, COSL, FOS, etc emailed/sent to us, to post here? Or will there be a separate location on this blog site for these?

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Friday, 30 November 2012

    Hi Arree, have a look at the top of this page right hand side below whistleblowers corner, there is "Fed up with the responses" I presume that's it and Denise may put them up for everyone to see.

    Editor YES Ali - spot on!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Friday, 30 November 2012

    I have some other interesting things to put online here!!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 02 December 2012

    Aussie pollies would be well advised to get their teeth into the Banking and Financial sectors (not each other) and tell them to clean up their respective acts real time. Nothing like a Royal Commission to focus their attention on the really important issues like fiscal responsibility and the future security of Australians. Without that your efforts to get the building industry out of the doldrums will have no foundation.
    I wonder if Australia's ratings will drop as the result of this whoosy attempt at a cheap token clean up?
    If they use this serious matter of bank fraud as a vote winner it could backfire on them: with voters already ticked off long term with both parties they might ask WHEN will this be? Then again other parties could chew holes in the major party strongholds as more consumers are adversely affected by regulatory laxness and the lack of political will. Voters are far less compromising than our pollies are.

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