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Australian government forces citizens to answer intimate questions about sex partners or face jail time

Friday, June 28, 2013 by: Lance Johnson
Tags: Big Government, Australia, intrusive surveys

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(NaturalNews) The Australian government finds it necessary to travel door-to-door and collect personal information from random citizens. In an anti-democratic and coercive fashion, the Australian government forces citizens to answer intrusive, personally-disturbing questions or face harassment, fines, and prosecution.

The Australia Bureau of Statistic's "Monthly Population Surveys" have been used since 1960 in order to gather information about the country's workforce. Recently, the questions have begun to perturb citizens. Many are refusing to answer such heinous questions, which include detailing people's current and previous sexual relationships. One resident is speaking out about the forced sexual questions thrust upon him and the demand for information regarding his personal sex life.

One Australian's story

"They can ask me anything they want. There's no limit," said Chris, whose speaking out about the intrusive questions, "And I'm sorry, I'm not going to sit here and be bullied into giving information, when it just doesn't seem right."

On a typical Saturday afternoon, Chris was met with a knock on his door as an ABS field agent introduced him to a mandatory government survey that would include questions about his sex life with his wife. The questions asked absurdities like how many other sexual partners his wife had, or whether either of them would be home alone. Chris refused to answer the questions and the field agent immediately told Chris that if he didn't comply, he would be charged by the Australian statistician and brought before a judge, facing $170 daily fines and jail time.

Listen to Chris's story here: http://www.infowars.com/86240/

Not alone, over 350,000 Australians targeted each year

Upon turning away from the ABS field agent, Chris went online to see if the questions were part of scam. Chris found out that he is not alone and that the questions, in fact, are coming from the government. He read about a similar case, where one guy was asked about his previous sexual relationships.

According to Yahoo Australia, in the past year, the ABS harasses and threatens over 350,000 homes. At least 1,500 Aussies had been persecuted for not answering within that same year and 94 of these people were eventually referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions. Some people had to use religious exemptions and others changed their address to avoid questioning.

The collection of people's private information at every turn

As government forces collect information on anybody they choose, using coercion and threats to demand compliance - has the human race abandoned the true meanings of life? People were not meant to manage one another's lives, especially their sex lives. As the all-seeing-eye hovers over the bedroom and into the bed sheets, one might begin to wonder whether groups of perverted spies might be listening and watching in through smart phones and satellite DVR lenses, peeping in through digital devices. Do you watch the television or does it watch you? They can listen in through the phone lines and pick through thoughts on emails. Why couldn't they look through live feed on a smart phones or track people down on GPS? How might technology be used to track and question everyone into compliance, slowly, subtly, with mandatory surveys that exploit people's most personal information?

USDA census of agriculture just as outrageous and intrusive

The insane data collection doesn't stop in Australia. The USDA's "census of agriculture" is also a blatant and unnecessary intrusion into the lives of US farmers. The questions posed on USDA forms include anything from "how many blackberries are produced" to "how much grain is stored on the property," to "who works on the farm, including their sex, age, and race."

With these questions, government agencies create a private database, collecting personal information on American's farm assets, personnel, and operations. In this way, the government gains the power to exploit people at their will.

View the USDA's "census of agriculture" insane questions: https://www.naturalnews.com/files/USDA-agriculture-census.pdf

Read how the US government can exploit farmers: http://www.naturalnews.com

Hey, government, stop managing people's private lives!

Government spying and questioning is out of control all over the world. Coercion is arcane and undemocratic. If people want their sex lives approved and managed by the government, than that's what they will get, but it's time, more than ever, for people to stop managing other people's lives. It's time to begin living free inside. What is harming no one is nobody's business. The government should have no place in the bedroom or on the family farm. The government should start prosecuting itself and dismembering its own abusive micro-management policies, effectively changing its own cultural dysfunction of power and abuse. From Australia to America, the government has no right to be in the bedroom, reading emails, or micromanaging what people raise on the family farm.

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