McIntyre Says, “ASIC is an Allegedly, Corrupt Australian Government Agency, that Defrauds Investors to Win cases, and Lies to Government Ministers and Journalists, as it Knows They are too Stupid to Know Better”
ASIC critic and founder of the Australian National Review, and long-term target of the ASIC, says taxpayers and investors are being ripped off by a dodgy Government department that is meant to protect them.
He said they fraudulently cause deliberate losses to investment projects over technicalities, causing investors, (often the very mum and dad investors they are meant to protect) to fool Supreme Court Judges, and Ministers, that they are achieving court victories and competent.
Little do the Judges, or ministers know that ASIC has, beforehand, gone and destroyed investments over abusive technicalities, collectively causing billions in losses in the last decade alone, directly and billions more indirectly.
They do this because to win cases, they need losses to show the Judges, as you need a victim.
They then lie that the investment promoter caused the losses. Why?
Because after suffering an embarrassing defeat in a high-profile case, against Fortes cue Billionaire Founder, Andrew Forrester, last decade, mostly because no one had lost any money. They soon realised that to win cases, it’s best to show the Judge’s financial losses.
The more, the better, and the bigger the court victory. The bigger the ban against the hapless investment promoter and the more publicity to make it look like ASIC is doing its job.
He said this is what happened to him in 2014 when they destroyed 6 land banking projects.
Their suggesting I would destroy my own land projects to cause losses to my investors when I lose 100 times more than my investors, is like suggesting Russia blew up their own gas pipelines or is sanctioning itself.
Ludicrous lies sold to a gullible public.
The ASIC land banking scam cost me tens of millions, plus I estimate $200 million. It was done to silence me for launching the Australian National Review in 2013 and exposing Government corruption.
It cost my investors $5.8 million.”
Combined, he said he has estimated ASIC losses to the average mum and dad investors, at over $5 billion in the last decade alone.
And many investors now want their money back.
He said, “as soon as ASIC heard I was planning a $70 million class action against them, for myself and my investors, and hundreds of others that want to join in, which could run into Billions, I am being targeted by, guess who again?
But as I don’t live in Australia anymore, and closed all my companies down 6-7 years ago, I really no longer care what the dodgy ASIC does, except for myself and Australian investors scammed by their frauds, want our money back.
The question is will the Government pay up, or if not we may just have to expose more corrupt Politicians and ASIC Officers. Ask former Senator Dastards how his career went after the Australian National Review run a story on his corrupt Chinese dealings” he went on to say.