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If you’ve been one of the lucky people who have been contacted by Centrelink and you don’t actually owe them any money you might want to check this out:

http://notmydebt.com.au

If you just want to check out some useful information. I suspect that the Youtube link is satire, but you never can tell with the Keystone Cop Cabinet we have in Canberra.

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7 comments

  1. keerti

    Sure it’s not satire! I believe it was “channeled” from the collective, unspoken, consciousness of the layboral party.

  2. Henry Rodrigues

    What a delightful way to throw muck on the crooks and spivs without breaking any ‘laws’. Have you approached Susann Ley for a comment?

  3. Phil

    That’s a brilliant spoof – deserves an Oscar and two Golden Globes.

  4. Jennifer Meyer-Smith

    Clever satire. I’d love to see anti-Christ’s smug and pallid face while he watches it.

  5. Matters Not

    It resonates. Shows a clear future political pathway for all to see. When will Labor or others outline a legislative program (including heavy financial penalties) to close the Tax loopholes.

    Morrison promised to employ an extra 100 people in the Tax Office but there was no proposal to change the legislation. As though more people with sharper pencils and better bedside manners will encourage changed behavior. As the 679 companies which paid zero tax (and the countless other which paid absolute minimum tax) point out constantly – we operate within the law – and they do. Get that – they operate legally.

    Until there’s legislative changes – nothing else matters.

  6. Jennifer Meyer-Smith

    Hear, hear, MN.

    Legislative changes are imperative.

  7. Susan

    Brilliant 🙌🏼

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