NZ Herald Publishes Letter Regarding Central Bankers Mega-Scam

Auckland bus driver, Brian Reiersen recently wrote to the editor of the New Zealand Herald regarding what is perhaps the biggest scam of them all. His letter was published on May the 31st, 2010.

Well done Brian Reiersen!

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5 Responses to NZ Herald Publishes Letter Regarding Central Bankers Mega-Scam

  1. To scared to say says:

    Urr WTF… Why are there phone and address details written on this photo?

    • Clare Swinney says:

      It is sad that people have an inbuilt paranoia as it stops us from being able to network with each other.
      Why do you think people like Brian R. feel should worried about others knowing where they live? He is not on a witness protection program. He is not a politician, nor a pop star – he is an ordinary man writing a letter to a newspaper, who incidentally makes a point of networking with others.
      Besides which what kind of information do you think is in phone directories worldwide? You can access the information on the Internet readily if you wish to.
      The people I believe we need to worry about will have this information anyway.

  2. To scared to say says:

    Still curious why phone and address details are written on the photo. You made the point that this information is freely available, so are you able to answer the question – “Why are there phone and address details written on this photo?”?

  3. Clare Swinney says:

    You are asking the wrong person. Brian wrote that information on the newspaper clipping. By the way, my address has been in the public arena a couple of times like this, and no harm came of it. Why do you think it would come to harm?

  4. To scared to say says:

    Cool, in that case all good. Carry on the good work🙂

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