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.

Australian big Banks captured legal system

I never thought: to claim my superannuation benefits would kill me;

I never thought: to claim my superannuation benefits would empower AMP Superannuation Fund and BT Funds Management Limited, respectively owned by AMP Limited (AMP) and Westpac Banking Corporation (Westpac), to use member’s superannuation to hire an army of lawyers to destroy me;

I never thought: to claim my superannuation benefits would allow AMP Superannuation Fund (AMP) and BT Funds Management Limited (Westpac), to apply the NSW Supreme Court to order me being “a person under a legal incapacity”;

I never thought: to claim my superannuation benefits would lead to me being declared “a person under a legal incapacity” by Justice Hallen of the NSW Supreme Court;

I never thought: to claim my superannuation benefits would push me to America, and claimed asylum in LA, USA.

Australian Banks advanced Structured Finance of “ENRON”

Australian big Banks devise and advance Structured Finance of “ENRON”:
  • to book massive profits;
  • AMP Superannuation Fund to do deal with AMP Limited, so AMP Limited was on both sides of the transactions; and
  • BT Funds Management Limited to do deal with Westpac, so Westpac was on both sides of the transactions;
  • AMP Limited to bury its debts and/or losses in AMP member’s superannuation;
  • Westpac to bury its debts and/or losses in BT member’s superannuation.

CEOs of AMP & Westpac enriched themselves at expense of Super member

When Gail Kelly was paid $11.76 million for her last 4 months working as the CEO of Westpac, I was left to die and my BT Superannuation was “reduced” to next to nothing.
My TPD claim was denied. The pre-existing denial of my BT life insurance claim had helped Gail Kelly, who was at the time the CEO of Westpac Banking Corporation, to secure her reputation as a “good” business operator so that Gail Kelly was able to continue the advancement of her vested interests to enrich herself.
While Gail Kelly was paid $99,000.00 a day and every day for her last 4 months working as the CEO of Westpac Banking Corporation, I was left to die and my superannuation was “reduced” by BT Funds Management Limited to next to nothing.

My TPD claims were denied. The denial paper was signed off by Craig Meller, now the CEO of AMP Limited, who was at the time the Managing Director of the AMP Financial Services.Craig Meller went from the Managing Director of the AMP Financial Services to the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of AMP Limited, earning from ~$3 million to an escalating ~$6 million a year.

Craig Meller championed the “re-engineering” of AMP Life Insurance Sector.
In all his work, Craig Meller had one primary duty and that was to stop the “too many” “unexpected” life insurance claims in order to improve the “performance” of AMP Limited for the purpose of serving his vested interests to enrich himself.

AMP & Westpac used member’s Superannuation to destroy me

AMP & Westpac colluded and used member’s Super to bankroll an army of lawyers to destroy me for the purpose of covering-up their illegal practices.

AMP Superannuation Fund and AMP Life Ltd, both are owned by AMP Limited, hired law firm TurksLegal as their solicitors, and also hired James Duncan, a barrister of 11th Floor St James Hall Chambers (James Duncan) to destroy me.

BT Funds Management Limited, which is owned by  Westpac Banking Corporation, hired the same law firm TurksLegal as their solicitors, and hired Colin Purdy, a barrister of Edmund Barton Chambers (Colin Purdy); Raphael Perla, a barrister of 13th Floor Wentworth Selborne Chambers (Raphael Perla); D F Villa, a barrister of New Chambers (D F Villa) to destroy me.

Westpac stole my Super from my BT Super account

I received my annual Super Statement dated 12 July 2016 from BT Funds Management Limited, which is owned by Westpac Banking Corporation (Westpac), saying:

BT Annual Statement 2016

Balance at 30 June 2016 **             $80.65

I used to work as an IT professional for years before I fell ill and was unable to work. I used to contribute $1,000.00 a month into my BT Superannuation on top of my former employers’ compulsory contribution.

Where has my BT Superannuation gone?

Westpac stole my Superannuation from my BT Superannuation account.

Westpac stole my superannuation from my BT Super account which has been managed by BT Funds Management Limited which is owned by Westpac.

 

Strong Banking? or Criminal Banking?

Australian big Banks created a “Black Box” Superannuation Industry:

  • to steal Australian people’s superannuation;
  • to take financial advantage of Australian people when you become unwell and unable to work;
  • to serve vested interests of the Bank CEOs at the expense of Australian life, Australian families, Australian jobs and Australian businesses.