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countrybumpkin

  15 months ago

Did you know this about the Indue cashless welfare card being rolled out? Each card costs the taxpayers $12K to start up and is paid to Indue owned by the LNP. Indue thus fundraises for LNP.
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https://theaimn.com/lnp-welfare-card-true-facts-exposed-corruption-disguised-philanthropy/
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http://the-pen.co/members-of-liberal-and-national-parties-on-company-behind-welfare-card/
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The Liberal National Party (‘LNP’) Welfare Card programme is really a LNP rort for the benefit of the Liberal and National Parties and their members, donors and supporters.

Indue Pty Ltd, the corporation awarded the contract to manage the Welfare Card programme and to operate its underlying systems, is a corporation owned by Liberal and National Party members and that donates to various Liberal and National Party branches around Australia. The former chairman of Indue is none other than former LNP MP Larry Anthony who is the son of former Liberal Country Party Deputy Prime Minister Doug Anthony. Anthony now holds his shares in Indue in his corporate family trust managed by Illalangi Pty Ltd. Other companies now owned by Larry Anthony, or by the corporate trustee of his family trust, Illalangi Pty Ltd, work under ‘sub’ contracts for Indue itself and make their profits from dealings with Indue in the course of Indue performing its contracts with the LNP Government. These corporations are SAS Consulting Group Pty Ltd – a political lobbying group that counts Indue as a client – and Unidap Solutions Pty Ltd – a digital IT services corporation that provides Indue, as well as the current LNP Government directly, with various IT services. Larry Anthony is also current president of the National Party of Australia, that is, the ‘N’ in ‘LNP’.

Setting up networks of corporations and trusts is standard practice for those wishing to conceal their involvement in an enterprise or operation and is often engaged to shield the identity of those involvement in that enterprise.

This is the real purpose of the LNP determination to adopt and expand the Welfare Card programme, that is, to obtain donations for the financially stressed LNP and to aid its supporters, donors and members.
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jaysblueaus

  15 months ago
What a total waste of Australian tax payer dollars, the such cards should only be used as a last resort, which does not seem to be the case, as people may be forced to use them, even if they manage their payments greatly.
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ForeverYoung50

  15 months ago
...and what's new?
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pagalu

  15 months ago
No surprise.
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hal900021

  15 months ago
And this is surprising how?
No one has ever accused any Pollie of being anything but SELFSERVING and out for everythign that they can get. In this case it's the Party telling the Pollie what to do and this is surprising how?
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Creech

  15 months ago
Seems to be just another variation of a tax. Politicians stealing money just because they can. Same ole same ole. They justify it with BS and, when they say it three times in a row, they believe it, and we're supposed to too.
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