The latest iteration of the Liberal Party's war on industry superannuation funds comes from its acting, and outgoing, federal director Andrew Bragg. That's not unexpected, because Bragg used to work at the Financial Services Council, the lobby and propaganda group representing retail super funds controlled by the big banks.
The gist of Bragg's campaign is that industry super funds have directors appointed by both unions and employer groups and if union executives appointed by unions give their director fees to the union, and the union provides funding to the ALP, super fund members are therefore funding Labor's "war chest". The Liberals' website attempt to mimic GetUp offered an "INTERACTIVE SUPER CHECKER: Which unions get your super funds?" -- but only if you register your details with them.