Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Stimulate the economy expose the black market

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The police search warrant for 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross will expose the underworld where this is a drain on our economy as they move vasts amount of money offshore through the stockmarket and mining where the companies are experiencing massive losses but the banks keep propping them up.  

This links to a control where the alleged evidence I have seen is the peoplle outside of Australia allegedly controlling Australia for their own gain.

The alleged corruption I have hit the Police tell me it's Kings Cross Police that stop the search, so we need to expose this through the Police search to expose whats in Kngs Cross links to ANZ Bank to Golden Dawn whiich links to Dawood Ibrahim by my blog links.

Golden Dawn links to the ROthschild control and has been active in KIngs Cross from 1804 at the same positiion 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross.  What have they left in the subfloor compartment that is so valuable that no one can even look at the property for lease so it is just hiding the evidence.

Why cant we expose the underworld...only thing stopping it is the corruption.  


The Reserve Bank of Australia's decision to cut interest rates sent a message to Joe Hockey for his budget next week: if the RBA is near the limit of what it can do with monetary policy, will the government will be able to simulate the economy?
If the RBA is providing monetary stimulus through a rate cut, then working in the same direction may mean the budget will give the economy a fiscal push
THEGUARDIAN.COM|BY GREG JERICHO

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