Whistleblower lawsuit alleges financial misconduct and dubious expenditures inside Hillsong Church – ABC News
- Former Hillsong employee Natalie Moses has filed a case against Hillsong, claiming it breached the Fair Work Act
- She alleges her internal audits of Hillsong uncovered dubious bookkeeping unlikely to be compliant with legislation
- Hillsong’s lawyers told the ABC it will be defending the matter
There have been unsubstantiated rumours floating around that alleged the parents of Hawke’s wife Amelia were onboard the Ruby Princess along with some friends from the Hillsong Church.
Regardless, the growing influence of the Pentacostals in our government is of grave concern, as is their growing influence amongst our young people.
Why was the Colour Conference allowed to continue? Have any cases of coronavirus been linked to it? Who made phone calls to allow the Ruby Princess to dock after initially being refused permission? What charitable works does Hillsong undertake to avoid paying tax? And why are people like Alex Hawke and Stuart Robert Ministers?
If you’re flabbergasted at the Australian Liberal/National government’s clumsy, indecisive and incompetent response to coronavirus, now is probably the time to read up on Scott Morrison’s values. (Van Badham)