22 Jun 2013

Australians Forced to Answer Questions About Sex Life

Infowars picks-up a Today Tonight story.  Citizens face jail time for refusing to answer intrusive ABS survey. The buck stops with Julia 'gender wars' Gillard.
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A survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has gone from a voluntary survey regarding economical issues such as employment, to mandatory personal questions regarding one’s sex life.
Australian citizens have been complaining about government surveyors knocking on their doors and asking very intrusive personal questions. One resident in particular was asked what sexual partners his wife had, and also asked when either of them would be home alone. If residents decline these questions, they can face fines or even jail time.
The Australian government has been conducting what they refer to as a “Monthly Population Survey” (MPS) since 1960 in order to provide regular information about the country’s workforce. However, recent complaints have revealed the questions are much more personal than how long you’ve been out of work.
Residents are randomly selected for surveys based on their address. Despite the contradictory information on the ABS website, once residents have been chosen, they’re required to participate in the invasive surveys once a month for eight months. One Aussie in particular was told the only way to get around the survey would be to change addresses.
 Yahoo Australia reports in the last year that the ABS took action against 1,500 Aussies, in which 94 were referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
 The ABS harasses and even threatens over 350,000 homes each year. The only question residents can legally refuse to answer are questions regarding religion.
I.T recommends: Do not let these totalitarian ABS robots into your house. Talk to them outside even in pouring rain. Bullshit to them. Tell you have sex 23 times a day 7 days a week. Fuck-up their bullshit intelligence gathering. They are public servants, 'our' servants remember?

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