Interesting Developments In Australia

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    Still keeping my ear to the ground and listening for any more news. Here in Australia, there is a registry of all non-profit and charity organisations in place. It was compulsory for all non-profit and charity organisations to join. If they did not register, then they would lose their tax-exempt status.

    The tax-exempt status can be revoked if the Australian Government considers that to be appropriate.

    The Australian Non-Profit And Charity Register was set up about a month after the Royal Commission Into Institutional Child Abuse had commenced. I do not think that this was a coincidence.


    Changing subjects here, there have been Royal Commissions into Australia's banking system and also Australia's aged care system. There are changes that need to be made in these areas as well.
     
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    Hmmmmm! Sounds like the USA has these same problems. But, as Jesus said, this system is crooked. There is only one way to straighten it out.
     
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