Australian big Banks captured political system

A couple days before the New Year’s Day of 2017, I was at home. The radio was on, and it was talk-back Radio 2SM. A guy called in, and he started talking about the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. He said:

Malcolm Turnbull paid himself big money when he was a director of a company which was a listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and later went bust. A Superannuation Fund bought a lot of shares of this company and lost all the member’s Superannuation when the company went bust.

It would appear that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull enriched himself at the loss of Australian People’s Superannuation. I wonder whether this is the main reason why PM Turnbull tried anything and everything to avoid a Royal Commission into banking and financial services industry.

On 23 September 2015, the Commonwealth Attorney-General George Brandis, decided not to intervene despite the seriousness of Constitutional matters raised by me in the NOTICE OF CONSTITUTIONAL MATTER filed by me in the High Court on 12 August 2015;
On 25 July 2016, the Commonwealth Attorney-General George Brandis, decided not to intervene despite the seriousness of Constitutional matters raised by me in the NOTICE OF CONSTITUTIONAL MATTER filed by me in the High Court on 14 June 2016.