Friday, July 28, 2017

Queensland the terrorist capital of the world or the lawless wild wild west?

Everyone should know that the corporate body called the 'government' does not take an action without a business case justifying this action, where it usually boils down to the dollars / profit justifying that action.

Apparently now in Queensland, there has been put forward the notion to surveil the general population of Queensland in an alleged attempt to thwart 'terrorism'.

So is the land of the 'Queen' (which one?) full of terrorists in order to justify such as law?

Naaaaaaahhhhhhh, we don't think so...

Unless you call 'sovereign citizens' traveling and not driving, without number plates or licences, 'terrorists'?

Let's take a closer look at the definition of 'terrorism'

The above illustration states:

" terrorism, Method of government by inspiring terror by acts of brutality and savagery".

Let's take a very very brief look at this convoluted process which makes something called a law.

In order for a 'law' (pieces of paper called a 'Bill' to became pieces of paper called an 'Act') to become lawfully enacted, the Bill must be approved by an upper house (term no longer used, where it's called the Senate and the Legislative Council) and a lower house (another medieval term, which is replaced by the Legislative Assembly), as mandated in a document called the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (or the 'Constitution' for short).

Now, in Queensland there is a 'problem' as the Legislative Council (nee upper house) has been abolished by a 'law' called the Constitution Amendment Act 1921.

Was this Act lawfully enacted?

Well of course it wasn't, silly! But we won't let technicalities like this get in the way of enslaving the terrorists of Queensland even more.

The 'Australia Government' is forcing pushing enticing people to use smartphones for communications purposes, so that they can be monitored easier.

The policy to have 'smart' devices in your home to make life easier for you, also has the effect to make life easier for authorities to monitor you from unlawfully enacted laws.

But that's just a 'conspiracy theory' and ANY constitutional lawyer will tell you that all is ok in the law making process in Queensland.

STILL not convinced the 'people' are the enemy of the government?

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Euthanasia and the Government to kill blue eyed babies?

So the hot debate now is this thing where you assist the murder of someone, or another term 'Euthanasia' (pronounced Youth-in-Asia).

Don't worry because the Victorian premier Daniel Andrews has apparently assured the general population that this will have the most stringent "checks and balances" in the world.

Don't forget that this is coming from incompetent people who cannot do the "checks and balances" on a 116 year old law called the Commonwealth of Australia  Constitution Act as to who is allowed to sit in office.

Don't forget that according to the unlawful 'Victorian Constitution'  from the year 1975 or rather as it is formerly referred to as the "Constitution Act 1975", the claim is that the Victorian government can make whatever law it chooses even if it is to "kill blue eyed babies".

and here is the law that the Victorian Government can pass WHATEVER law it decides to pass;

Legislative power of Parliament
The Parliament shall have power to make laws in and for Victoria in all cases whatsoever.
S. 16A inserted by No. 2/2003 s. 12.

Now you can trust these incompetent imbeciles with your life or what's left of it?

  • Warning bells anyone?
  •  Don't feel any need to protest / inform your MP via a "my will" letter ?
  •  STILL in the too hard basket?

Friday, July 21, 2017

High Court of Australia changing the law overstepping their authority?

As a result of Rodney Culleton being in the senate it is now in the public domain that the High Court of Australia unlawfully removed the 'Queen' (as to which one, that's another matter) from proceedings.

This is a criminal action that must be pursued.

As a further action unfolds against Rodney Culleton, it seems that the High Court of Australia has literally changed the law, an action that is beyond the legal capacity of the people residing within the High Court.

Did the High Court of Australia change the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 Section 25 (1)

from the words "The Local Court must not"


"may not" ?

See for yourself in the video below (size: 9MB):

Source Supplied

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

No Lawfully Enacted Laws 101 - 1982 to 2003 Pt1

Australia's legal system (for the better term of it)  is truly a basket case.

This has been so from the very inception of this colony.

A fact that the authorities would rather the masses not know about is that in the early days,  due to the severe 'misbehaviour'  of people in government, the 'motherland' brought in a law called the Colonial Laws Validity Act of 1865, 

which reigned in the 'misbehaviour' and brought in line the local laws (of the colony) to that of the Imperial (British) laws.

Very little has changed today with regards to the 'misbehaviour' by people in government regarding the making of laws, except for the fact that the good people are more distracted and deceived by the people in government.

Would a U.K Monarch truly give Royal Assent to an Act known to be ultra vires, e.g. the Australia Act by signing it on top and not the lawful place the being at the end of the document?

Apparently many centuries ago Plato said;

" One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors."

where this holds much weight in today's Australia.

Recent news reports show that MP's are scrambling for cover.

The reality is they should be "thrown under a bus" i.e. charged for criminal offences and expelled, something the authorities are turning a blind eye to, i.e. criminal activity, yet the authorities do not turn a blind eye to your 'criminal' activity of traveling 3km/h more than road signage indicates.

We have obtained papers in a series of documents from various sources that proves that there have not been any lawfully enacted laws (i.e. Acts) in Australia, in this case from the period of 1982 to 2003.

Straight off the bat ANY Commonwealth law enacted from 1982 to 2003 is NULL and VOID.

In order to obtain a 'remedy' with regards to harm caused to your 'person' you must comprehend the law making process and the points of failure at each step of the way.

Do you know the correct law making procedure?

Do you have what it takes to appear in your person's name in a court in order to obtain a remedy for your person with a document that shows an 'error' in procedure?

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Australia's PM attempting to sabotage the Constitution?

The Australian authorities are getting pretty edgy with regards to the masses being aware that the people in government MUST abide by a document called the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.

Very briefly ALL laws MUST be checked against the 'Constitution'.

This means the laws that are used to issue you fine by an 'unreliable witness' called a red light camera, or a speed camera.

This also includes a parking fine from your friendly local council / city council / superannuation fund / information booth business or whatever other dodgy 'unconstitutional' authority they claim to be.

As always the people in government are working VERY hard to deceive the general population.

So the propaganda machine is in FULL swing to deceive the masses.

Australia's current Prime Minister, (who's role is NOT defined in accordance with the 'Constitution') goes by the legal name of Mr. Malcolm Bligh Turnbull a member of the Liberal Party (another 'unconstitutional' entity).

On social media, Turnbull is commonly referred to as Malcolm Turdball, or Turncoat or even Halal Mal, wants to change the Constitution, which is ONLY allowed to be done so in accordance with Section 128 of that Act, in order to have the 'politically correct', warm n fuzzy feeling to include an "indigenous voice" within the Act.

WTF is an "indigenous voice" ??? !!! ???

Why not the "Indigenous people" ??? !!! ???

Because the Indigenous people are ALREADY included in the Act.

"Whereas the people", as the opening words within the Act.

These words were carefully chosen by the framers to be non-discriminatory also including the Indigenous population.

Do NOT fall for this deception, by Turncoat.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Australia a nation of whingers attracted to problems not solutions

Over a week ago we posted a shocking law that allows the corporation commonly referred to as the government to take the land from right under home owner's feet, in Victoria.

This draconian law was enacted in 2014, and from what we understand was not mentioned in the mainstream media.

This action by the 'government' comes into force in order to take away the land from the wogs who brought it really cheap in the 1960's and 70's in the Ninety (90) Mile Beach area, where now the 'corporation' want it in order to 'corporatise' the land in the form of fracking and/or expensive real estate.

We also posted a 'remedy' that people have not only with regards to that law, but ANY law enacted by the people in government.

What we have seen is that people are attracted to the problem rather than the solution with regards to this matter at a ratio of 5:1.

What the 'authorities' are doing is concealing the fact that the people (i.e. masses / general population) are the ultimate authority in this country.

The people even still today can act against this law.

We reckon the people will not act against this law, much to the delight of those in power, and the corporations will be rubbing their hands together as to how stupid the Australian population really is.

Another WIN to the corporations coming up...
thanks to the ignorance, stupidity and laziness of the herd population.

They really do deserve the slavery they're in....
well as long as there are PLENTY of distractions; MKR, footy, Voice, S!ut Island, etc etc.

Optus now sells your data to 'trusted' 3rd parties.

Which ever way you look at it, the herd population are little more than consumers, useless eaters, corporate slaves or just plain resources to be made profits from.

Last year the inhabitants of this colony have been conned by a company called the Australian Electoral Commission  (AEC) to complete a transaction for business, trade or commercial purposes call a 'census'.

This commercial action was vigorously promoted in television advertisements.

How do we know this was a 'commercial' transaction?

By the fact that the AEC sold YOUR data for $41,000,000.

So now we have another company, Optus, informing you that they are passing on your information to apparently 'trusted' 3rd parties.

Who are those 'trusted' parties with YOUR information.

What guarantees does the slave have?

What punishment is executed on the perpetrator or rather what remedy does that salve have if there is a privacy breach?

Apparently you are told that you can 'opt out'.

Uuummm we did not 'opt in'.

Can you really 'opt out' after others have already obtained your data / information?

Just another action showing the slaves that are nothing more than a resource for making profits from, with the illusion that they have a say in it.

Thursday, July 13, 2017


We have obtained information from a reliable source with regards to customers who have had issues with banks who are being referred to the Financial Ombudsman Service (Ltd) ABN 67 131 124 448.

  • The FOS is a corporation that is funded and maintained by the banks.

  • The FOS is a public company, i.e. a NGO (Non Government Organisation).

  • The FOS is not a decision making authority.
We do not recommend conducting business with FOS, but rather use the ACCC or ASIC with regards to your qualms with your friendly banking institution.

Australia's population should be just 15 million

Should Australia have a population of 15 million?
AUSTRALIA’S population should be far lower, academics say. They claim although our economy is growing, our wellbeing peaked 40 years ago.

Three academics have suggested Australia’s population is too big. Picture: Chris Hyde Source: Getty Images

THE optimal population size for Australia is just 15 million people.

That’s the opinion of environmental experts Peter Martin and James Ward from the University of South Australia, and Paul Sutton from the University of Denver.

In an article published in The Conversation, they suggest genuine progress in Australia peaked 40 years ago, and that while our population and economy have grown considerably in recent decades, our level of wellbeing has actually declined.

“In Australia, the stall point appears to be about 1974,” they wrote.

Australia has the highest growth rate of the medium and large OECD countries. Picture: Eugene Hyland

Australia has the highest growth rate of the medium and large OECD countries. Picture: Eugene HylandSource:News Corp Australia

Rather than looking at Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which is commonly used to gauge economic health, they opted to use a more alternative measure known as the Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI).

It factors in a range of things excluded from GDP calculations, like carbon dioxide emissions and water pollution to the value of household work and parenting, the quality of education, and even the prevalence of car crashes.

Based on their research, they said our “unnecessary, ideologically-driven growth” has come at “an immense and unjustifiable cost to our natural and social capital”.

Martin, Ward and Sutton argue it’s reaching a crunch point.

“(People) are often quick to say that it’s our consumption patterns, and not our population size, that really matter when we talk about environmental impact.

“But common sense, not to mention the laws of physics, says that size and scale matter, especially on a finite planet.”

If growth continues, there will be far fewer empty seats at sporting events. Picture: Mark Kolbe

If growth continues, there will be far fewer empty seats at sporting events. Picture: Mark KolbeSource:Getty Images

Australia is currently home to about 24.1 million people.

It has the highest rate of population growth of all the medium and large OECD countries, at a rate of about 1.7 per cent a year, and more than three quarters of the growth is in four cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

Australia’s growth is such Liz Allen, a demographer from the Australian National University, believes a formal population policy should be introduced.

“With birth rates low and deaths increasing, natural increase is no longer driving Australia’s population,” she said.

Immigration is increasingly relied on to offset the ageing of the workforce, and more than half of Australia’s population growth is from net overseas migration.

In fact, Australia has one of the highest proportions of overseas-born people in the world, about 26 per cent according to the last census.

Rapid growth puts a lot of strain on infrastructure and urban environments. Picture: Nathan Dyer

Rapid growth puts a lot of strain on infrastructure and urban environments. Picture: Nathan DyerSource:News Corp Australia

Planning expert Glen Searle said Australia is “hostage to the growth machine” because developers and property owners have a vested interest in continued rapid population growth.

He said “urban planning for this rate of growth is often inadequate”, because it’s failing to protect high-value environments from development.

“Despite their expanding area, Australian cities have less green open space. In attempts to reduce the costs of new infrastructure to meet the needs of increasing populations, [the] average housing block size has been reduced,” he said.

He believes this is causing “heat islands” in cities that lack greenery and recreation space, and also expressed the poorer quality of new housing developments.

“Perhaps the shortcomings of planning resulting from the need to accommodate fast-growing populations could be mended with reduced growth,” he said.

Growth gives many sectors a never-ending supply of new customers, which is good for the economy.

Growth gives many sectors a never-ending supply of new customers, which is good for the economy.Source:News Corp Australia

Australia’s ageing population will cause a significant burden on the health system in coming years, but Santosh Jatrana from Swinburne University of Technology argues this will be offset if it continues to welcome healthy workers.

Skilled migrants and their dependants typically go through a medical screening to ensure they meet minimum health requirements, and as such, she suggests they are often healthier than the average Australian.

“While an ageing population adds to the burden on the health system, an intake of migrants who are generally young and healthier than the average Australian, due to their selectivity, might help balance this out,” she says.

“So, in fact, increasing migration would be of benefit to Australia’s health.”

Some of Australia’s planning woes could be eased by more regional migration. Picture: Jason Edwards

Some of Australia’s planning woes could be eased by more regional migration. Picture: Jason EdwardsSource:News Corp Australia

Ever since the end of World War II, people moving to Australia from overseas have overwhelmingly focused on large metropolitan centres.

It’s easy to see why — they have better access to employment, education and health services, and a better chance of finding communities of compatriots.

Emily Longstaff, who is currently studying a Ph.D at the Australian National University, says migrants can help stabilise declining regional populations.

Often, that means a corresponding economic boost — like the Victorian town of Nhill, which has employed more than 160 refugees to work in a local poultry farm.

Australia can learn from the experiences of densely-populated countries like Japan. Picture: iStock

Australia can learn from the experiences of densely-populated countries like Japan. Picture: iStockSource:Supplied

Australia’s population is still tiny compared to the rest of the world, and considering we have a lot of space to fill, we have plenty of time to plan ahead.

Brendan Barrett and Marco Amati, from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, say Australia can learn from cities like Tokyo to smooth the process.

Tokyo has a population of 38 million — almost 160 per cent of the entire population of Australia — but it’s consistently ranked one of the world’s most liveable cities.

The key, according to Barrett and Amati, is to plan early to minimises negatives like environmental pollution and disorganised urban sprawl as the population grows, and commit early to world-class public transport.

Victoria's new road rules 'interesting' but are not law

The buffoons in government have apparently had a brainstorm and implemented new rules on Victorian roads.

The good people of Australia are told that laws are to be made for "peace, order, and good government" (from a law called the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act).

Thankfully road rules do not fall into any of the above mentioned categories (i.e peace, order or even a law).

The very next day after alleged implementing a road 'rule' that drivers must slow down to 40km/h when passing emergency vehicles a collision occurred on the Western Highway.

So how is that for "peace, order, and good government"?

Well it's not.

It (a road rule) is not even a 'law', i.e. something that you must abide by.

Failure to abide by these road rules apparently carries a fine.

It seems like it's a cash grab from the struggling population.

We recommend any lawful / natural 'person' that obtains a fine from any of the new rules in place to challenge them in a court

See article from 12th of July 2017 by the Fairfax publication of the headline:

The changes to the road rules you might not know about

For the first time in eight years, Victoria has a new set of road rules.

And while most of the do's and don'ts remain the same, there have been a few nips, tucks and tweaks.

Some of the changes have been widely publicised, such as the 40km/h speed limit for driving past emergency vehicles and the new $476 on-the-spot fine for cyclists who use a mobile phone while riding.

Other alterations are a little harder to spot.

At 547 pages long, the full book of traffic regulations is a hefty read. However, the eager beavers at the RACV have helpfully gone through all 408 rules to find what others might have missed.
Here's what they found:

Road rule 300 - Use of mobile phones

As mentioned earlier, bicycle riders and those mounted astride a wheeled recreational device (such as a skateboard or scooter) are now not allowed to use a mobile phone.

This rule even applies when the bike/device is "stationary but not parked".

That point has prompted riders to get in touch with the RACV to ask how they can be sure they have parked their bike, scooter or skateboard under the new rule.

"If they're standing with one foot on the skateboard are they riding it or is it parked?," said RACV roads and traffic manager Dave Jones.

"People are asking these questions, they don't want to be booked."

For cars, a recent clause clarifying that drivers could use their mobile phone with their keys in the ignition or the vehicle running if it was legally parked has been removed.

The RACV got in touch with VicRoads to clarify the situation and was told it was a mistake which would be corrected as soon as possible.

Road rule 270 - Wearing motor bike helmets

Motorcycle riders are now allowed to move their bike without a helmet, as long as the engine is off or they are pushing it.

The rule states that it has to be safe in the circumstances not to wear a helmet.

Road rule 271 - Riding on motorbikes and motorcycles

A modification to this rule makes it legal for riders to stretch their legs.

It's now legal to stand up on a bike while it's moving, as long as both feet are on the foot pegs.

Riders can also lift one leg up, as long as their bum remains on the seat.

Road rule 179 - Stopping in a loading zone

The previous version of this rule didn't require courier or delivery vehicles to be dropping off or picking up goods while parked in a loading zone.

Now they have to, which is bad news for the lovers of a loophole who had a magnetised "courier" sign ready to stick on their car door.

Road rule 213 - Making a vehicle secure

A plus for food safety as refrigerated trucks are now permitted to be left running while unattended.
Road Rule 154 - Bus lanes

Bike riders are now allowed to use bus lanes, as are the drivers of private coaches. Previously they were solely for public buses.

More broadly, Mr Jones said that it was important for the state government to introduce a mandatory minimum consultation period for any changes to the road rules.

He said this would help, particularly in situations such as the 40km/h emergency vehicle rule or the mistake regarding use of mobile phones while parked.

"The public should be notified of changes in advance for education purposes but also so we have the opportunity to consider the rule," he said.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Tax office now involved in hacking your phone?

It seems there are no boundaries when it comes to the monitoring of the corporate slaves or the inhabitants of a penal colony.

Not too long ago the people have been told that Centrelink hacks into their phones;

Now, even a non legal entity in Australia can (legally?) hack into your phone?

The Australian Tax Office is involved in developing / using software to ILLEGALLY hack into your phone.

Many people may not even contemplate the nefarious reason why Australia's authorities are pushing / mandating people to use smart phones in their communications.

Because they are easily hackable.

It is truly a shame that the herd population are not only compliant, but so eagerly possessing smartphones in order to be monitored, which also includes in their own private dwelling.

We do not recommend the use of smart phones (in particular Android / Apple) for communications purposes.

See article from 12th of July 2017 by of the headline;

New scandal hits the Australian Taxation Office

A NEW crisis is engulfing the Australian Taxation Office, just weeks after police smashed an alleged $144m fraud and a big computer systems outage.
ATO leaders have been forced to speak with a staff member after it emerged they has published a step-by-step guide to hack mobile phones online, revealing fraud investigation tactics.
The post was published on LinkedIn, and revealed how to bypass passwords, and retrieve data — even when the phone is flat or without a SIM card installed, the ABC reported.
The post was removed in under an hour after the Australian Taxation Office was alerted to it. It also included claims the staff member was involved in developing security capabilities it has previously not been thought to be involved in.
An ATO spokeswoman told the ABC the staff member had been spoken to but not suspended or fired. has contacted the ATO for comment.
Phones were only accessed under a warrant under the Crimes Act, or with written consent from the owner, she said, but declined to say what “tools” the agency used as part of its work.
“For operational reasons, we do not disclose information about when different tools are used as part of our operations,” she said.
Adam Cranston’s case is due back in court today. Picture: AAPSource:AAP
Michael Cranston resigned as deputy commissioner of the ATO after his son Adam and daughter Lauren were among nine people charged over an alleged $144 million tax-evasion scheme. There is no suggestion Michael Cranston, 57, was part of the scheme, but he has been charged with using information and exercising his influence as a public officer to benefit his son.
Adam Cranston lived a lavish lifestyle until his arrest, with authorities seizing some of his assets under proceeds of crime laws. Last week it was revealed he spent $200,000 on two Italian racing cars just weeks before he was arrested.
The ATO has defended its ability to deliver during the peak tax return period after a big systems outage.
ATO portals, my Tax and other online services went down as staff attempted to resolve “some intermittent system issues”. The website has been dogged by system issues in recent months, with major outages in December, February and as recently as last week.
The problems were not related to recent hardware issues and no data had been lost, it said, nor were the systems compromised or subject to a cyber attack. “We identified intermittent system issues early this afternoon affecting our mainframe and impacting on our services to the community,” the ATO said in a statement.
“This was caused by applications running incorrectly.”

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Victoria Police to cover up yet another shooting?

It looks like the masters of deception / false court statements, Victoria Police will be in full creativity mode with regards to a shooting of an innocent man and an innocent woman at a fancy dress party inside a Melbourne nightclub, Inflation.

Will they get away with it this time around?

Are there too many witnesses to intimidate?

Will security footage exonerate the victims of a police shooting?

Does the Corinna Horvath v Victoria Police case come to mind where 'justice' for the victim may take 20 years where the police bashed her senseless to a point where she could not remember her name?

The police do not take 20 years to sort out your speeding fine do they?

We urge the victims to seek legal advice in order to sue Victoria Police.

So let's take a look at some of the dodgy words used from the illustration above;

·         Superintendent Lisa Hardeman said local police arrived first but members of the Critical Incident Response team formulated a complex plan.
 ·         “Police called on the male, the male took the firearm from his pants and aimed it at police,” she said.
 ·         “A number of police options were used after he was shot.”

You can read text only version of the article of the headline;

Police have shot two people at Inflation nightclub in Melbourne's King St

TWO people, including a man wielding a gun, have been shot by police at Inflation nightclub in Melbourne this morning.

Police received multiple reports a man was armed with a gun in an upstairs room shortly before 3am.
Were you there? or 9292 1226

Reports the weapon was a toy gun are being investigated by police.

Around 100 people were at the venue but only ten on the first floor where the 35-year-old man reportedly was.

Police fired at the man after he allegedly pulled out a gun, hitting him in the torso.
The man was allegedly dressed as the Joker, a villain from the Batman franchise, at the fancy dress party.

Superintendent Lisa Hardeman said local police arrived first but members of the Critical Incident Response team formulated a complex plan.

“Police called on the male, the male took the firearm from his pants and aimed it at police,” she said.

“A number of shots were fired.

“A number of police options were used after he was shot.”

The man was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital under police guard.

Police say he remains in a serious condition with non-life threatening injuries.

King Street is closed off between Collins and Flinders Lane. @theheraldsun

— Brianna Travers (@briannatravers) July 7, 2017

A woman also sustained a gunshot wound to the leg and has been taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The man and the woman are known to each other.

The nightclub was having a monthly dress up party.

Bar staff emerged from the venue at 7.15am and said: “Two innocent people were shot, he had a toy gun which he declared to security.”

“The male with a toy gun was dressed as a Joker,” the bar staff told the Herald Sun.

A Facebook user who claims they work at the venue and were there last night posted regarding the incident.

“The event was a fancy dress party and the person who was shot, declared that the gun he had on his person was fake and part of his costume,” she posted.

“It was made from plastic.

“This man and an innocent bystander were shot over a plastic gun at an adult fancy dress party.”

Last night’s event is believed to be a Saints and Sinners Ball which describes itself as having: “A well-earned reputation as Australia’s, if not the world’s, raunchiest party.”

“Do not be disappointed. first in, best (un) dressed,” the website brags.