Discussion in 'General chat' started by Diggman, Feb 28, 2014.
Are there any Santos Bonacci fans here ?
humm.i'm gonna haye to search engine that one
No ... but I have some friends who are into him & gave me a DVD ... which I got a bit overwhelmed & confused by & put it aside & forgot the whole thing until now.
Feel free to post your views please You might be able to enlighten me as to what it was all about ...
Since when is this an Oz site? This is an International site... ..& just so we are all clear..
Oh, and didn't he get arrested this year for speaking ahead of the times?
I think he was jailed in Victoria somewhere ... ?
Anyone else able to throw more light on the topic?
yup, his trial is on April 1st
He knows the courts and so called justice system pretty much in and out, he should be fine but I know how corrupt the system is and feel they may just still go against their own rules and ensure he is charged regardless
Here is his interview after his release (which was also censored from TV) make sure you have a good speaker set or get your headset on:
the guy is a genius, he has been studying subjects like Mythology, Theology Astrology for the last 30 years and the info he has come up with on the history of the courts, how the vatican basically has all of our birth certificates / numbers in their possession etc. Definitely info we all should at least give time to hear and consider with an open mind at some point!
If you prefer videos etc, his channel on youtube is '' mr astro theology ''
what was he arrested for?
Apparently for using toll gates without paying, I'm not sure how that is possible unless they are those new electronic ones ?
According to the authorities he is being fined AUD 132,000 for his offenses. He refused to pay as his argument is that these roads were prepaid by the taxpayer and therefore no levy can be added to charge travelers to be able to use the road their money already built.
I agree with him, we have and are going to continue to be scammed ofr as long as they can get away with it, one good example is that in the US, you are not really obliged by any law to pay income tax - it is voluntary but not many people know this or will not attempt to challenge it, in the UK, there is actually no such law stating that income tax must be levied against any British or foreign citizen working in the country.
if you have a grand design to deal with being prosecuted and eventually imprisoned... i've known several others who've tried that route and paid for it. there is an alternative to not paying income taxes. it's called being poor, living simply, pay off your debts ASAP, keep enough for emergencies, but you can invest it in ways which doesn't involve paying a lot of taxes.
as for the dude, good luck to him, but i kinda doubt he's going to get away with it.
Every person who has challenged it wound up paying taxes & back taxes.
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if you multiplied me with a ' few years at law' , i would be like this guy.
looking at him is like looking at another dimension, a mirror world, of what could have been here but is elsewhere
so, of me with my teeth in, and maybe a week without hooch, dead set spitting image....unfkncany.
in the rinse,
i think it serves my broadest interest to be dumber than him, as is.
i can't help but admire his 'eat my arse that's your language not mine style'.
his deft manipulation of context gets the discussion by the ball(s) every time....
i sat in awe,
by taking the interviewers question back to the beginning and tweaking the context with a sidewise bump, it causes it to miss its mark.....so much more energy efficient than trying to deal with it at the other end, at the hands of the questioners context.
i applaud the man, i recognise talent...in australian bush culture's oral tradition of the YARN,a bullshitter that good commands respect.
you know who he really looks like also 9andalph,,,,check it .
ps has there been an outcome? did it go to trial?
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