Monday, September 27, 2004

The injustices and the truth that everybody should know....

We all know today money is justice if anyone has no money they cannot have justice.

My name is Houssam Minkara, like to share with you a secret which will enlighten your conscience so you can share with everyone the reality we all facing, and will help everyone to choose and make the right choice. We all must remember everything happening and we must not let money or time make us forget. No matter what your profession is either you are poor or rich you can not escape the injustice in the long run.

Throughout history in every country in the world, there are stories of abuse, injuries and torture; today we say that we are sorry for what ever happened in the past while new stories in the making, future generations will say that they are sorry. Let me tell you a series of events that happened to me in Australia, and what is going to happen in the near future to all of us if we are not careful or careless.

In October 1979, I was working for Pirreli Cables when I sustained an injury and underwent many treatments, including an operation. It's been 25 years of injustice, pain, intimidation, harassment, bad treatment even threats. What has happened to me is quite bizarre. The Insurance Company (National Employers Mutual General Insurance) was in liquidation and ran by (Insurance Guarantee Fund) their lawyers (Hunt & Hunt solicitor) and ( N.W. Aussel Solicitors ) and their notorious ways of "psychological warfare" which include relying on "extensions of time" which leads to "psychological disorders" such as anxiety, stress ,gastrointestinal, ulcers, atherosclerotic even cancer, which I have suffered and that sort of treatment is inhumane.

In the mean time they drove me into bankruptcy. They treated me like a criminal fighting my case from 1979 to 1996, when I had three days of hearing Justice Mcinerenery was a senile.

I don't think he understood what we were talking about because he was napping that's how I lost my case. But he mentioned that he did not understand the witness. We went to High Court and the judges think that its not an error by law.

I believe that it was a negligent case and it was an error by law, as we know money talks and bullshit walks. We all know today money is justice if anyone has no money they cannot have justice.

I ask every Australian to give his opinion if any judge who does not understand any aspect of any particular case then that is an error at law. Therefore we should voice our your opinion to the parliament that judges should have a regard for the law.

Just like others I waited my time to get housing commission accommodation, but when I broke up with my ex they changed the premises to her name, like I don't exist and they left me homeless? I applied for priority housing twice, I might have to wait another "10 ten years"...As we all can see government employers have been trained to brush us off, we cannot find somebody who listen anymore?

I bought a computer from (ARC Computers) I placed an order for particular parts to be fitted into the computer, I found out later that the parts to be fitted were different from the ones I ordered. I went to fair trading and the registrar dismissed the case on the grounds that he didn't know anything about computers.

Shortly thereafter, early in the morning I woke up with severe pain, the ambulance took me to Canterbury Hospital they gave me a large injection of morphine my blood pressure dropped. I thought I was going to die. Firstly I thought the conspiracy is against me only but later I understood how the game works; now I have been directly affected and for everyone else who may be affected in the future.

As you see the injustice will continue not just for me only, but for all of us, we are all spiritually related and we share many lives, because we are the past and the present and the future but every life we come back as a different individual and programmed differently with a different ideology no matter where we were born in this world.

The Free Trade Agreement is part of the devils plan:

The injustice and the abuse will be waiting for us all unless we wake up and unite and speak out against the fools all over the world killing each other. The devil relies on divisions and blindness and looks at everything happening nationality and internationally and the transformation of the devil tightens his grip around earth.

We call it Globalization or the New World Order, while he is deceiving and bribing everyone and many people in high positions are serving the devil, he created terrorism to reach his goals. Look at Australia today the transformation into the American system and this will kill everything Australian, and we will be called the united states of Australia. Look at how the states run by labor governments are run today?

But we cannot see any difference to the other criminals and the corruption and rip off is widespread. I must say beware of overseas companies they are supported by our government, just look at what we are doing and think about what we are gaining. We all need justice and equality lets all hold hands and let our politician know that we are not suckers before it's too late.

Many Australians who died in hospitals all over Australia from derelict policies and the many people who could not afford justice were divided in Australia. Prime Minister John Howard has blood on his hands, but he is still the caretaker Prime Minister? I also ask the NSW Premier Bob Carr to take some action to support workers who have been affected by greedy companies.

International Human Rights Day 10th December:

On October 9th we should decide our fate by voting with regards to human rights and dignity. I would ask everyone of you as a sign of solidarity to be fully committed to International Human Rights Day which is the 10th of December every year.

This day brings awareness to others of the possibility that the loss of our basic human rights and justice may also affect them somewhere down the track. The Government should act without hesitation to restore justice and help people in need and ensure we live in as just and equitably sustainable community as there can possibly be.

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by Houssam Minkara, 27 September, 2004

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