This 34-year-old keeps surprising us. After overcoming many challenges within a previous couple of years and getting branded by the media because of the Colombian playboy, we thought to share some new light within the latest of his endeavors.
2020, A extreme year
2020 has been a year that nobody will ever forget; from wildfires at the beginning of the year to COVID19, this year will certainly go down in history books. However, for the 2011 entrepreneur of the year, it’s been nothing but up and up.
The year started as the other year, but oh boy, what a crazy way it unfolded. However, despite all the fanatical turbulence, Alex Mendieta’s business empire grew to new heights during 2020, taking his famous quote to a reality “when given lemons, make a lemonade factory.”
It’s been a hectic year
While most of the planet was in lockdown, whoever was the quickest to forecast where money was getting to move would be the winner. Online sales went through the roof, helping all of Alex’s retail businesses, and a surge in the bitcoin price made his European crypto exchange record trading volumes. However, we will easily tell the important cherry on the cake was winning his long legal court battle.
Winning the three-year-long legal battle
After an extended 3 year battle against the Victoria Police and Australian taxation office, it all came to an end with a serious win in his goodwill. More details are still to be made public. However, documents obtained via FOI (freedom of information) evidence shows of a corrupt joint operation involving the Tax office and Victoria police was clear.
In Canberra, the High Court (the highest court in Australia), a ruling was made that two government departments aren’t to cooperate against a private or entity. This causes an unfair advantage which the individual or entity isn’t conscious of; therefore, it denies their right to a good defense.
Victoria Police has been involved in countless corruption scandals, with the newest being of monumental significance, “Lawyer X.” Where the police were using Lawyer X, a prominent criminal barrister, to illegally be an informant and supply privileged information of her clients to the police. These events and countless more keep it up arising showing a really disturbing image of the Victoria Police. An anti-corruption police task was created in Victoria, which has helped, but it’s been like trying to empty a swimming bath with a bucket. The Australian government is required to take some action, so this thing won’t repeat.
The year ahead
In a recent interview, Alex Mendieta expressed deep disappointment with the treatment he received by the fake media in Australia, the police, and the tax office, which is still not held in charge of the mistreatment towards him.
There you’ve got it, folks, once more; we lose bright young movers of industries to countries like Singapore where they welcome them with open arms and that they don’t need to worry about enjoying the fruits of their labor. The tall poppy syndrome must stop during this country, or we’ll never attract leaders of industries from other parts of the world to return and live here.
We leave you with this thought, why is it that a gorgeous country like ours has not once had a billionaire from another country opted to form Australia his or her home? That’s a tragic reality that if we Australians don’t change their jealousy mentality, it’ll steer us to a socialist society. The way of thinking must be changed.