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AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE (ATO)
Division 165 - Anti-avoidance

The wording below is taken from the Australian Tax Office Goods and
Services Tax Act 1999, Chapter 4 - The special rules.

When you first read and comprehend what are the ramifications of this wording, you
would expect that it applies to a Country under a Tyrant or a Dictator.
Even though you would initially believe that this has to be a joke, it should not
surprise us coming from a Government Department that has NO lawful authority.


These fools just make up the rules as they go along – Ask yourself what chance
would you have to fight them in an invalid and corrupt Court of Law in Australia??


For the purposes of making a declaration under this Subdivision, the
Commissioner may:



(a) treat a particular event that actually happened as not having happened; and

(b) treat a particular event that did not actually happen as having happened and, if
appropriate, treat the event as:

(i) having happened at a particular time; and

(ii) having involved particular action by a particular entity; and

(c) treat a particular event that actually happened as: 

(i) having happened at a time different from the time it actually happened; or

(ii) having involved particular action by a particular entity (whether or not the
event actually involved any action by that entity).

(Fefer To The PDF: Hansard)

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