The Fauci COVID-19 Dossier.

So whats behind the COVID-19 pandemic?   NIH funding doubled from $3.4 billion to $7.1 billion. A decade later, it doubled again to $15.6 billion. In the wake of September 2001, the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) saw its direct budget increase over 300% without accounting for DARPA funds of as much Read More …

Cabinet Manuals and the Crown.

The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place. It may be a reflection on human nature that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government. But what is government itself but the greatest of all reflections on human nature? If men were angels, no government Read More …

SHERIFF BILL.

COMPETITION AND CONSUMER ACT 2010 – SCHEDULE 2 The Australian Consumer Law   50   Harassment and coercion               (1)  A person must not use physical force, or undue harassment or coercion, in connection with:                      (a)  the supply or possible supply of goods or services; or                      (b)  the payment for goods or services; Read More …

Social Services Legislation Amendment (No Jab, No Pay) Bill 2015 Submission to Senate Inquiry by Nicholas William Farrow

Was the government of Australia aware about enacting legislation beyond the power of the Parliament to do so? Was section 51(xxiiiA) of the Commonwealth Constitution bought to the attention of the senate? The answer is yes! Below is a submission to the senate informing the senate that actions to enact an Act in the terms Read More …

INTERSTATE-COMMISSION ~ Section 101

Section 101 of the Constitution provides that: There shall be an Inter-State Commission with such powers of adjudication and administration as the Parliament deems necessary for the execution of maintenance, within the Commonwealth, of the provisions of this Constitution relating to trade and commerce, and all laws made there under.   16 pages 14 pages Read More …

BIO SECURITY FACT SHEET

You have the option to not provide consent to a control order. However, where a person refuses to provide consent, the Commonwealth Chief Medical Officer may mandate compliance. In relation to measure regarding self-isolation or isolation at a medical facility, or a traveller movement measure, a person who does not consent must comply for the Read More …

What is the Wednesbury Unreasonableness and Doctrine of Proportionality

The first principle of Australian administrative law is that judicial review of administrative action is limited to the legality of decisions, not the merits. Parliament marks out the metes and bounds of the decision-maker’s power, and within those boundaries, the decision-maker is free to reason and determine matters as he or she likes. As His Honour Read More …

INFORMED CONSENT MATTERS~!!!

IT IS EVERYONE’S RIGHT TO REVIEW THE FIRST-HAND TESTIMONIES OF THE COVID VACCINE ADVERSE REACTIONS WITHOUT CENSORSHIP BY THE NEWS MEDIA (OR SOCIAL MEDIA). WITH ACCESS TO THIS DATA, YOU CAN PERFORM A RISK/BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR YOURSELF.   If you can spare a few dollars for the creators of this website to continue their research to bring Read More …

Zory Glaser Microwave Radio Technology Archives documents by title

One way to interpret this is that we have two guidelines, one to prevent heating and, a more restrictive guideline, to prevent biological effects, some of which can have serious health consequences. What is striking is that what we used to call  microwave sickness (group of symptoms associated with radar workers) has been called neuroasthenia Read More …

Effects Attributed to Microwave & Radio Frequency Technology.

This is one of the first large scale reviews of the literature on the biological effects of microwave and radio frequency radiation and it first appeared in 1971.  The author classified the biological effects,  into 17 categories. These categories include heating (thermal effects); changes in physiologic function; alterations of the central, autonomic and peripheral nervous Read More …

Dr. Zory Glaser

Dr. Glaser compiled his first radio frequency (RF)/microwave bioeffects bibliography in 1971  (PDF, 12.7MB), as a result of his Ph.D. His studies, into non-ionizing radiation exposure from RF/microwave sources–and potential adverse effects on military personnel–led to the development of the RF bioeffects laboratory at the Naval Medical Research Center. Dr. Glaser then funded, managed, and Read More …

Archive of 4,000 Documents Reveals Government Knew Decades Ago About Health Impact of Wireless Technology

    Researcher Zorach Glaser, Ph.D. spent decades archiving studies that examine the link between certain health issues and exposure to microwave and radio frequencies. Scholars and the public are now invited to help review Glaser’s documents.     Zorach (Zory) Glaser Ph.D., LT, MSC, USNR, is one of the most important scientists to study Read More …

European Plans for ‘Vaccine Passports’ Were in Place 20 Months Prior to the Pandemic. Coincidence?

With the world being told that so-called ‘vaccine passports’ will be required for all international travel in future, and in many countries even to enter shops, restaurants, bars, gyms, hotels, theatres, concerts and sports events, the impression we are being given is that the measure is a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. In Europe, Read More …

Best Interests Principle in Child Protection Law

I INTRODUCTION The overarching principle in Australian child protection law is that the best interests of the child are to be regarded as paramount. Despite the large amount of scholarly work that considers the best interests principle as it applies to family law, the adequacy of this principle for child protection matters has not been explored Read More …

Peace, Order and Good Government.

Commonwealth At the establishment of the Commonwealth the framers had, therefore, three versions of empowering provision from which to choose. It would seem that the issue was not one considered to be of any moment by the majority of delegates and stimulated little interest at the convention, with  the result thats s51and 52 of the Read More …

CONSTITUTIONAL POWERS & EXTRATERRITORIAL ENFORCEMENT

Extraterritorial Application of Australian Statutes Australian statutes are restricted generally in their operation to activities that take place within the relevant jurisdiction. 1 In effect, this means that statutes are presumed to have no extraterritorial application. Unless, either by express words or necessary implication a statute applies beyond the boundaries of the relevant jurisdiction, it Read More …

2,050 cases where Vaccine targets COVID-19 (COVID19) and Patient Died

National Vaccine Information Center Your Health. Your Family. Your Choice.  MedAlerts Home From the 3/19/2021 release of VAERS data: Found 2,050 cases where Vaccine targets COVID-19 (COVID19) and Patient Died Case Details This is page 1 out of 205 Result pages: 1 2345678910next    VAERS ID: 909095 (history) Form: Version 2.0 Age: 66.0 Sex: Male Location: Colorado Vaccinated: 2020-12-23 Read More …

Does the Australia Act grant Extraterritorial operation beyond Power?

Does section 51(xxxviii) provide a source of power to grant the States Extra Territorial Operation? Quick and Garren Annotated Constitution page 650.   (xxxviii.) The exercise within the Commonwealth, at the request or with the concurrence of the Parliaments of all the States directly concerned, of any powerwhich can at the establishment of this Constitution be exercised Read More …

Face Mask Exemption Pass Download.

I have flown within Australia using this pass and received excellent service and zero hesitations from airport and airline staff so as to allow me to pass unhindered, transit & fly without the use of a face mask.       DOWNLOADS I am exempt from wearing a face-covering for valid reasons – blue badge (jpg) I am exempt Read More …

KEEPING THE QUEEN IN QUEENSLAND – HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE ENTRENCHMENT OF THE QUEEN AND GOVERNOR IN THE QUEENSLAND CONSTITUTION?

How many Queens does Australia have? Not drama queens or the queens that frequent Kings Cross, but constitutional Queens? Is there just one ‘Queen of Australia’ or is there also a Queen of New South Wales and a Queen of Queensland? In 1974, Joh Bjelke-Petersen’s government sought to declare the Queen ‘Queen of Queensland’. In Read More …

Magna Carta 800 Symposium

Proceedings of a symposium held by the Department of the Senate and the Rule of Law Institute of Australia to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta Contributors Dr Rosemary Laing has served as Clerk of the Senate since December 2009. Nicholas Cowdery AM QC is the chair of the Magna Carta Read More …

Her Majesty the Queen in Right of New Zealand ~ Does she exist?

From: Anna Fleming [DPMC] Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet March 20, 2017 Dear Andre Thank you for your email of 2 March, seeking clarification following our response to your Official Information Act 1982 request of 2 February 2017. ‘The Laws of New Zealand’, an encyclopaedic work that provides a statement of the law Read More …

HONOURS AND ARMS: LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS OF PRACTICE CONCERNING HERALDRY AND ROYAL HONOURS IN NEW ZEALAND

The Imperial Laws Application Act 1988 provides that the enactments and subordinate legislation specified in the schedules to the Act together with the common law of England, insofar as it was already part of the laws of New Zealand, are the only ‘Imperial’ laws inherited from the United Kingdom which are of effect in New Read More …

The Use of the Coat of Arms

The 1912 Arms was a symbol of the new nation, incorporating a shield with six parts, each containing the badge of a state. The distinctive composition of Australia’s Coat of Arms, shaped by the dominant figures of the indigenous animals, the kangaroo and the emu, underlies the wide appeal of the Arms.     If Read More …

THE CROWN.

WHAT IS THE CROWN? Though Australia has not yet thrown off the symbolism of the Crown, its presence in areas of our governmental systems is relatively confined. True it is that the Crown and the monarch feature in the Constitution and that this will remain the case for the immediately foreseeable future, but, despite this Read More …

Analysis of Model Litigant Rules 2020

Why are Model Litigant Rules Important? In litigation there can be a substantial imbalance of power with the government. Government bodies may have access to substantial resources, powers to investigate and compel people to provide information, and more experience and specialist expertise in dealing with complex and contentious legal matters.   If you can spare Read More …

The ‘Australian Immunisation Register Ceasing correspondence and release of Information’ form.

It is our understanding if the ‘Australian Immunisation Register Ceasing correspondence and release of Information’ Form is filled and filed, this not only stops your information being shared with third parties its additionally under the current legislation makes you ineligible for the vaccine as it is mandatory to send AIR information. No information, no obligation. Read More …

Parents make a dash for jab cash

Can a benefit that was a Right be evoked once repealed? Below are past news stories long forgotten of a benefit that was available to parent who chose not to vaccinate their children close to a decade ago. Can this still be used by parents today, stay tuned while we test it out folks.   Read More …

Delegating Legislative Power

Laws that have a significant impact on rights and liberties, and laws creating offences with high penalties, should usually be in primary, not delegated, legislation. More generally, wide and vague delegations of legislative power undermine the separation of powers doctrine by allowing those who enforce the law to also make the law.     If Read More …

Guide to securing personal information

This guide is intended for use by entities1 covered by the Privacy Act, including organisations, agencies, credit reporting bodies (CRBs), credit providers and tax file number recipients.2 However, this guide may also be relevant to organisations not subject to the Privacy Act as a model for better personal information security practice. This guide is not Read More …

The Australian Immunisation Handbook ~ 10th Edition Complete with 2017/18 Update.

The 2015 update of the 10th edition of The Australian Immunisation Handbook contains updates to 24 chapters including changes to clinical recommendations as well as new factual information and clarifications (refer below). The chapters updated as part of the 2015 annual update supersede previous versions of these chapters published in the original 10th edition (in Read More …

Section 51(xx) CORPORATIONS POWER.

State or Federal? The high court has found that state entities may be corporations and fall under federal legislation   The High Court in the recent case of Communications, Electrical, Electronic, Energy, Information, Postal, Plumbing and Allied Services Union of Australia v Queensland Rail has found that QR was a trading corporation for the purposes of section Read More …

TRAFFIC ACT 1949 – 1971

This Act including every regulation hereunder shall be read and construed so as not to exceed the legislative power of the State to the intent that where any enactment hereof or provision of any regulation hereunder would but for this section have been construed as being in excess of that power it shall nevertheless be Read More …

Family Court merger condemned by former judges and legal experts after legislation passed

  Former judges and legal support services have expressed their dismay at the “devastating” passage of legislation that will see the Family Court combined with the Federal Circuit Court, with claims survivors of domestic violence could end up “falling through the cracks”. Key points: The Government has passed legislation to merge the Family Court into Read More …

“MAINS v REDDEN [2011] FamCAFC 184”

The “irreversibility” of a procedure is one characteristic, along with numerous other factors which the Court has weighed in deciding similar cases, which has assumed some significance in the jurisprudence with respect to “special medical procedures”, discussed above. Once a child has been immunised, the process itself is irreversible. It is also likely that the Read More …

EMERGENCY USE AUTHORIZATION (EUA) OF THE PFIZER-BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE TO PREVENT CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)

AS PER THE MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATION WHICH THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION RECOMMENDS NOT TO IGNORE.   THESE ARE THE WORDS OF THE MANUFACTURER AS FOUND ON THE SPECIFICATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ~ THEY ARE NOT OUR WORDS.   (How can Scott Morrison tell you the vaccine is safe when the manufacturer cant?)… INFORMATION TO PROVIDE TO VACCINE RECIPIENTS/CAREGIVERS   Read More …

“Vaccine Mandates Violate the Right to Informed Consent”

The public is repeatedly assured by public health officials and the media that “vaccines are safe and effective”, but in the absence of randomized placebo-controlled trials comparing long-term health outcomes, including mortality, between vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals, that statement is not justifiable.Vaccines do not undergo such trials before licensing. Nor are whole vaccine schedules studied Read More …

WHO ~Definition of vaccines (2012)

The word “vaccine” originates from the Latin Variolae vaccinae (cowpox), which Edward Jenner demonstrated in 1798 could prevent smallpox in humans. Today the term ‘vaccine’ applies to all biological preparations, produced from living organisms, that enhance immunity against disease and either prevent (prophylactic vaccines) or, in some cases, treat disease (therapeutic vaccines). Vaccines are administered Read More …

Human Rights Treaty ~ Freedom of Information.

Does anything exist allowing the Australian government, the State Governments, the Crown, local government or any of their agents, delegates or subordinates from strict compliance to the Vienna Treaty or the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in respect of failing to give proper consideration to those treaties? 4 pages.   If you can Read More …

City of Casey ~ Rates reduction & Hardship

1. Purpose In accordance with the Local Government Act 1989, Council levies Rates and Charges on rateable land to provide for services to the community. The City of Casey recognises there are cases for genuine financial hardship requiring respect and compassion in particular circumstances. This policy sets out the processes for the Council to collect Read More …

The City of Greater Geelong 2018-19 Annual Budget and Rating Strategy.

For 2018-19 financial year, Council declares a waiver of 100% of general rates and municipal charge under Section 171 of the LGA for the class of persons comprised of ratepayers in respect of assessments which are in private ownership within the inappropriate subdivision known as New Corio Estate. This rates assistance waiver recognises the financial Read More …

Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary

This table includes not only vaccine ingredients (e.g., adjuvants and preservatives), but also substances used during the manufacturing process, including vaccine-production media, that are removed from the final product and present only in trace quantities. In addition to the substances listed, most vaccines contain Sodium Chloride (table salt).   5 Pages.     If you can Read More …

CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS ON FEDERAL LEGISLATION PRACTICALLY COMPELLING MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT: WONG v COMMONWEALTH; SELIM v PROFESSIONAL SERVICES REVIEW COMMITTEE

Kirby J used this interpretive approach to hold that the words “medical and dental services” in s 51(xxiiiA) “also include, of necessity, the patients who are the recipients of the provision of such services” (at [124]). He continued (at [125], [126]-[127]): The purpose of incorporating a prohibition on “civil conscription” in the provision of such Read More …

An Act to provide that certain Imperial enactments in force in England at the time of the passing of the Imperial Act 9 George IV Chapter 83 shall continue in force in Queensland

PART II-IMPERIAL ENACTMENTS PRESERVED OR TERMINATED 5. Preserved Imperial enactments. Each Imperial enactment specified in the First Schedule shall, from the commencement of this Act, continue to have the same force and effect, if any, as it had in Queensland immediately prior to the commencement of this Act.   6 pages.     If you Read More …

Clinical trial with a genetically modified Vaccinia virus based treatment for solid cancerous tumours – Novotech (Australia) Pty Limited

  DIR 179 documents The following documents are available for DIR 179: Invitation to comment The document invites written submissions from the public on the Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan (consultation version) prepared by the Regulator as part of the assessment of this application. It explains how the public can access or obtain the Read More …

Divine Province

This book is presented to you to reveal the other side of the coin so you can rise above both sides, forgive, move on and understand your true potential. We are at a great time when the two forces of Lucifer and Christ require choice. The last 12 years provide a new revelation of this Read More …

Why is the Australian Government hiding the contents of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine from you?

Why are the the Australian Government hiding the the contents and failing to provide correct packaging standards so you can make an informed decision and be able to confirm what you receive is what is in the vial? Therapeutic Goods (Poisons Standard) (COVID-19 Vaccine—Pfizer) Labelling Exemption 2021 5 Exemption The specified product is exempt from Read More …

MMR VACCINE (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)

Is It Safer Than Measles?  1. What are side effects of the MMR vaccine? Common side effects of the MMR vaccine include fever, mild rash, and swelling of glands in the cheeks or neck.1 A more serious side effect is seizure, which occurs in about 1 in 640 children vaccinated with MMR2—about five times more Read More …

Australian Public Assessment Report for BNT162b2 (mRNA)

The evaluation of the Comirnaty vaccine was significantly expedited without compromising the TGA’s strict standards of safety, quality and efficacy. This was facilitated through rolling data submission, and through collaboration with international regulators. The provisional determination for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, BNT162b2 (mRNA) was granted by TGA on 14 October 2020. Facial paralysis: there were Read More …

1990 to 2021 ~ Vaccines Adverse Events Reaction Data.

VAERS Data Sets VAERS data CSV and compressed (ZIP) files are available for download in the table below. For information about VAERS data, please view the VAERS Data Use Guide[PDF – 310KB], which contains the following information: Important information about VAERS from the FDA Brief description of VAERS Cautions on interpreting VAERS data Definitions of Read More …

Investigation into review of parking fines by the City of Melbourne

Alleged revenue raising – the evidence Revenue from parking fines is trending downwards, The investigation confirmed the Council’s revenue from parking infringements dropped in 2018-19. This was due to a 17 per cent reduction in the number of parking fines issued in 2018-19, compared with the previous year. As a consequence, the income generated from parking fines Read More …

Victorian Ombudsman ~ Investigation into three councils’ outsourcing of parking fine internal reviews

From 2006 to at least 2016, Glen Eira, Port Phillip and Stonnington councils were found to have breached the Infringement Act, which requires councils to handle parking fine reviews internally. The three councils do not believe they broke the law but have agreed to repay the fines out of “goodwill”, ombudsman Deborah Glass said.   52 Read More …

Basic Concept of Vaccination

The word “vaccine” originates from the Latin Variolae vaccinae (cowpox), which Edward Jenner demonstrated in 1798 could prevent smallpox in humans. Today the term ‘vaccine’ applies to all biological preparations, produced from living organisms, that enhance immunity against disease and either prevent (prophylactic vaccines) or, in some cases, treat disease (therapeutic vaccines). Vaccines are administered Read More …

Gardasil Vaccine ~ Australian Public Assessment Report for: Quadrivalent human papilloma virus.

Carcinogenicity GARDASIL has not been evaluated for carcinogenic potential. Genotoxicity GARDASIL has not been evaluated for genotoxic potential. Paediatric Use The safety and efficacy of GARDASIL have not been evaluated in children younger than 9 years.   Use with Other Vaccines Results from clinical studies indicate that GARDASIL may be administered concomitantly (at a separate Read More …

Enhanced school-based surveillance of acute adverse events following immunisation with human papillomavirus vaccine in males and females, 2013

Australia was the first country to introduce a government-funded National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Program for females. From 2007 to 2012, the TGA captured national adverse event reports via routine passive surveillance. In 2013, the National Immunisation Program (NIP) schedule was extended to include males (12 to 13 years as standard and a two year Read More …

Are Pfizer conducting unauthorised human experiments?

Health Ministry: ‘It’s not an experiment’ ‘It’s an aggregate information-sharing agreement with Pfizer,’ Health Ministry responds to Helsinki Committee report.   The Health Ministry tonight responded to reports that the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights is expected to announce that Pfizer is conducting unauthorized human experimentsin Israel. In a statement, the Ministry said “in an Read More …

Corona Ordinance Unconstitutional : a landmark judgement in Weimar District Court ~ UPDATED.

Working English translation by Howard Steen (using DeepL) of item reported on German Corona Committee news pages: Amtsrichter in Weimar: Corona-VO verfassungswidrig – 2020 NEWS posted Jan 21st, 2021 A district judge in Weimar has acquitted a man who was to be fined for violating the Corona contact ban by celebrating his birthday with at Read More …

Governor (including Lieutenant Governor 1851-1855 and Governor’s Office)

Scope of Agency This agency includes the Lieutenant-Governor (1851 to 1855) and the Governor (from 1855), as well as the Governor’s Office. Formal Structure of Government in Victoria and Role of Governor from 1855 The formal structure of Government and the role of the Governor are set down in the Victorian Constitution Act 1975 (No.8750), Read More …

KEEPING THE QUEEN IN QUEENSLAND – HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE ENTRENCHMENT OF THE QUEEN AND GOVERNOR IN THE QUEENSLAND CONSTITUTION?

The Queensland Parliament chose to entrench in its Constitution the role of the Queen in Parliament, the appointment of the Governor, the requirement that the Governor conform to royal instructions and the vice-regal powers concerning royal assent and the reservation of Bills. Less than ten years later, these provisions had to be altered by the Australia Read More …

DECLARED TESTING FACILITIES.

If police have not tested a drug in a declared testing facility can the evidence of their determination outside of the declared testing facility be relied upon?   In accordance with Section 97(1) Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981, the Chief Commissioner of Police has declared the following as declared testing facilities:     Read More …

ProQuad Vaccine Insert

6 ADVERSE REACTIONS 6.1 Clinical Trials Experience Because clinical trials are conducted under widely varying conditions, adverse reaction rates observed in the clinical trials of a vaccine cannot be directly compared to rates in the clinical trials of another vaccine and may not reflect the rates observed in practice. Vaccine-related adverse reactions reported during clinical Read More …

The Dangers of Aluminum Foil

“Aluminium Foil” Is it safe? Yes. When using it cold. When tested cold, as in wrapping a sandwich in the fridge, there was no evidence of aluminum leaching into the food. Using it hot, or even warm, was a different situation. In every situation tested, heated aluminum foil degraded and leached into the food that was Read More …

ALUMINIUM HEALTH RISKS ASSESSMENT

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Identity, Physical and Chemical Properties, Analytical Methods A compendium is provided of aluminium compounds used in industrial settings, and as pharmaceuticals, food additives, cosmetics and as other household products. Most aluminium compounds are solids exhibiting high melting points. The solubility of aluminium salts is governed by pH, because the aluminium(III)-cation (Al3+) has a Read More …

A critical analysis of the Australian government’s rationale for its vaccination policy

Vaccination policies in Australia need to be scrutinised because the use of a medical intervention in the prevention of infectious disease has serious health and social implications. Deaths and illnesses to infectious diseases were significantly reduced due to environmental and lifestyle reforms prior to the widespread use of most vaccines in the mid-20th century. Mass Read More …

MMR Vaccine package Insert.

 ADVERSE REACTIONS The following adverse reactions include those identified during clinical trials or reported during post- approval use of M-M-R II vaccine or its individual components. Body as a Whole Panniculitis; atypical measles; fever; syncope; headache; dizziness; malaise; irritability. Cardiovascular System Vasculitis. Digestive System Pancreatitis; diarrhea; vomiting; parotitis; nausea. Hematologic and Lymphatic Systems Thrombocytopenia; purpura; Read More …

Human Vaccine Inserts

Below are the list of vaccines manufactured in the United States. Every effort has been made to maintain the accuracy of this list. You will notice some vaccines listed more than once. For example, if you look for the MMR vaccine you will see it listed three separate times below. This is because one injection Read More …

Is the Victorian Travel Permit System in harmony with the Parliaments Human Rights Obligations?

Can a direction (Which is not a statutory provision) from a medical officer limit your freedom of movement? The ex-attorney general for Victoria clearly stated that the Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 was in full force during the pandemic, section 12 provides the following:   CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT 2006 – Read More …

AMA Adopts WMA Declaration of Geneva 2,500-year-old Hippocratic Oath.

The AMA has adopted the World Medical Association’s (WMA) Declaration of Geneva as a contemporary companion to the 2,500-year-old Hippocratic Oath for doctors to declare their commitment to their profession, their patients, and humanity. The AMA Executive Council has formally embraced the Declaration as AMA policy, with the new voluntary vow setting ‘guiding principles around Read More …

Agreement between the Government of Australia and the United Nations relating to a Seminar on the Role of the Police in the Protection of Human Rights

  Australian Treaty Series 1963 No 32 DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE CANBERRA   Agreement between the Government of Australia and the United Nations relating to a Seminar on the Role of the Police in the Protection of Human Rights   (Canberra, 13 May 1963)   Entry into force: 13 May 1963   AUSTRALIAN TREATY SERIES 1963 No. Read More …

Vaccine Injury Table.

The following is a table of vaccines, the injuries, disabilities, illnesses, conditions, and deaths resulting from the administration of such vaccines, and the time period in which the first symptom or manifestation of onset or of the significant aggravation of such injuries, disabilities, illnesses, conditions, and deaths is to occur after vaccine administration for purposes Read More …

Can You Really Catch the Flu from Someone?

After the “Spanish Flu” epidemic of 1918, which had nothing to do with Spanish people—nor was an influenza virus ever proved to have been responsible—an experiment was done with 62 healthy Navy volunteers in a Boston harbour prison on Gallops Island. The goal was to try to understand flu “transmission” better, but the researchers were Read More …

British Subject Status?

This document released by the United Kingdom government assets publishing service sets out the parameters for British Subjects in relation to the Commonwealth of Nations countries, but are you aware a Right still exists within Australia to become a British Subject officially at law?   5 pages.   If you can spare a few dollars Read More …

Sedition.

In the Halsbury’s Law of England Sedition has been defined as follows, “Sedition is a misdemeanour at common law consisting of acts done, words spoken and published, or writings capable of being a libel published, in each case with an intention i)  to bring into hatred or to excite disaffection against , the queen or Read More …

COVID-19 Hotel Quarantine Inquiry Final Report and Recommendations

Private security guards should not have been engaged in the circumstances Security guards were not the appropriate cohort to provide security services in the Hotel Quarantine Program without close monitoring and extensive and continued training by those with the requisite expertise. That level of monitoring and training did not occur. Consideration was not given to Read More …

CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS (I) & (II): DOCTRINES OF EQUALITY AND DEMOCRACY

Much of Australian constitutional law involves the consideration of implications said to be found within the Australian Constitution. The development of the notion of ‘implied rights’ has brought the topic to prominence, but implications are of great significance in all areas of interpretation. This article, the first of a pair, examines how and when constitutional Read More …

Mercury Fact Sheets.

Inorganic Mercury: When eaten in large amounts, some inorganic mercury compounds can be very irritating and corrosive to the digestive system. If repeatedly eaten or applied to the skin over long period of time, some inorganic mercury compounds can cause effects similar to what is seen with long term mercury vapor exposure, including neurological disturbances, Read More …

HIGH COURT ~ “Parliament could not pass a law requiring citizens to submit to Vaccination”

    Attorney-General (Vic); Ex rel Dale v Commonwealth (“Pharmaceutical Benefits case”) [1945] HCA 30; (1945) 71 CLR 237 (19 November 1945)   HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA I illustrate the position as I understand it by taking public health legislation as an example. Under s. 51 (ix.) the Commonwealth Parliament has power to make laws with respect Read More …

Genocide Convention Act 1949

The U.N. itself has established the Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect and asserts that the obligation to prevent and punish genocide “have been considered as norms of international customary law and therefore, binding on all States, whether or not they have ratified the Genocide Convention.”           If you can Read More …

Checklist for Infringements.

Constitution Watch would like to thank Maddocks lawyers for the extensive checklist stating the requirement of what construes a valid infringement notice in the State of Victoria. These points are found in the relevant regulations. Quite often agencies hope you are unaware of these requirements for the infringement to be a valid infringement, it is Read More …

Cooper v Commissioner of Income Tax (Qld) [1907] HCA 27; (1907) 4 CLR 1304 (28 June 1907)

BARTON J. The legislation of a body created by and acting under a written charter or constitution is valid only so far as it conforms to the authority conferred by that instrument of government. Therefore attempted legislation, merely at variance with the charter or constitution, cannot be held an effective law on the ground that the authority conferred by that instrument includes a power to alter or to repeal any part of it, if the Read More …

Improving police practices and procedures

Recommendation 14–1            Commonwealth, state and territory governments should review police procedures and practices so that the law is enforced fairly, equally and without discrimination with respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 14.19  Throughout this Inquiry, a number of stakeholders informed the ALRC that police practices and policies contribute to the over-incarceration of Aboriginal Read More …

Understanding discretion in modern Policing

As in other organisations, officers in a police service, from the Commissioner to the officer on patrol, are all called upon to exercise discretion. The focus in this article, however, is exclusively on the generally “lower level” exercise of discretion with respect to law enforcement (investigation, search, arrest, prosecution, etc) and public order policing, in Read More …

~ HANSARD ~ The Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Bill 2013

Mr CRISP (Mildura) — The Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Bill 2013 is an important bill for The Nationals as it seeks to address some cross-border anomalies for representation in border areas.   Statement of compatibility For Hon. E. J. O’DONOHUE (Minister for Liquor and Gaming Regulation), Hon. G. K. Rich-Phillips tabled following statement in Read More …

Are the actions of the Victorian Legal Profession exempt from Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006~???

Is this evidence of an unaccountable legal system facilitated by corrupt government?         LEGAL PROFESSION UNIFORM LAW APPLICATION ACT 2014 – SECT 6 Override of Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (1)     The Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 has no application to— (a)     Schedule Read More …

Doctrine of Identification

The concept of Doctrine of Identification finds its roots in the English Law. The growth of this doctrine has helped in the implication and prosecution of the criminal activities of directors / managers of many companies. The corporate personality of a company is different and separate from the promoters, directors or owners of the company. Read More …

Australian Covid-19-Vaccination Policy

While the Australian Government strongly supports immunisation and will run a strong campaign to encourage vaccination, it is not mandatory and individuals may choose not to vaccinate. There may however, be circumstances where the Australian Government and other governments may introduce border entry or re-entry requirements that are conditional on proof of vaccination.     Read More …

TORRES STRAIT LETTERS PATENT 1878 ~ (Queensland Coast Islands Act 1879)

This legislation arose from requests for the lease of islands off the Queensland coast. Before this Act, Queensland had control of all islands within three miles of the coast and New South Wales controlled those beyond this limit. Queensland established a northern government centre at Somerset on Cape York during 1864 (relocated to Thursday Island Read More …

A Summary of section 51(xxiiiA) of the Constitution and related case law surrounding the subject matter of “Forced Vaccinations”

A Summary of section 51(xxiiiA) of the Constitution and related case law surrounding the subject matter of “Forced Vaccinations”, Constitution Watch would like to thank Carl Agar for his contribution to the Site.     The powers of the Commonwealth with respect to legislating on medical issues is one of the items in section 51 Read More …

NO JUDICIAL OFFICIAL IS IMMUNE IF THEY BREAK THEIR {OATH OF OFFICE} UNDER TITLE 18 U.S.C 2381,CANNON # 7

” the relevant cases  that the factors determining whether an act by a judge is a “judicial” one relate to the nature of the act it self, i.e, whether it is a function normally performed by a judge, and the expectations of the parties,i.e, whether they dealt with the judge in his judicial capacity.”435 U.S Read More …

Treaty between Australia and the Independent State of Papua New Guinea concerning Sovereignty and Maritime Boundaries in the area between the two Countries, including the area known as Torres Strait, and Related Matters

Australian Treaty Series 1985 No 4 DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS CANBERRA     Treaty between Australia and the Independent State of Papua New Guinea concerning Sovereignty and Maritime Boundaries in the area between the two Countries, including the area known as Torres Strait, and Related Matters    (Sydney, 18 December 1978)    Entry into force: Read More …

Internal Review Guidelines July 2020

Applied for an Internal Review? Have the guidelines been met so as to be in harmony with your fundamental Rights to go to your brother to work the matter out? A great mis-justice is being cast upon the unsuspecting drivers of Victoria. Always be sure to confirm the reviewer has standing so as to review Read More …

STATUTORY INTERPRETATION.

In his chapter in Historical Foundations of Australian Law, Mr J.S. Emmett similarly observes that: “There was no notion in the 13th century that statutes needed to come from two houses of Parliament. Rather, there was a range of different statutory instruments by which the King might give law, including charters (by which the King Read More …

Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland providing for the Reciprocal Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters

  Australian Treaty Series 1994 No 27 DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE CANBERRA   Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland providing for the Reciprocal Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters   (Canberra, 23 August 1990)   Entry into force: Read More …

An Overview of Enforcing Foreign Judgments in Australia

Foreign judgments may be enforced in Australia under the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 or, if that Act does not apply, pursuant to common law principles. Registration and enforcement pursuant to the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 The Foreign Judgments Act 1991 provides a regime for the registration and enforcement of judgments obtained in a superior court Read More …

STATEMENT OF MINISTERIAL STANDARDS

The Australian people deserve a Government that will act with integrity and in the best interests of the people they serve. Serving the Australian people as Ministers and Assistant Ministers is an honour and comes with expectations to act at all times to the highest possible standards of probity. All Ministers and Assistant Ministers are Read More …

SHANNON -v- PERMANENT CUSTODIANS LIMITED [2020] WASCA 198

Appeal – Loan agreement and mortgage – Whether the loan agreement and mortgage were unjust under s 76 of the National Credit Code – Securitisation program where third party correspondent assess creditworthiness of borrowers – Third party correspondent fabricated financial details in the loan application – Lender has constructive knowledge of fraud – Lender failed Read More …

Forced COVID vaccinations violate UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights

In contrast to the current push in countries across the globe to make a coronavirus vaccine mandatory, the 2005 UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights declares that “medical intervention” requires the “free and informed consent of the person concerned.” The UNESCO declaration states in Article 6, “Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is Read More …

INTRODUCTION TO STATUTORY INTERPRETATION

Legislation is the predominant source of law applied by judges in the common law world today. This is because, even though the doctrine of precedent allows for the development of law by judges through cases, most areas of law are now set down in statutes, and cases primarily concerning their interpretation. Accordingly, advanced skills in Read More …

Have You Taken your Oath of Allegiance to the Correct Monarch ~ Your Honour~???

    Oaths are integral to the effective administration of justice in New South Wales. Any improper or dishonest conduct relating to oaths is therefore treated very seriously by the criminal justice system. The Oaths Act 1900 (NSW) prescribes a range of criminal offences for improperly making and administering oaths, affirmations, declarations and affidavits. Those Read More …

Resolution of disputes with financial service providers within the justice system

“The code does not require credit providers to make inquiries beyond those ordinarily made by prudent lenders. Nor is it intended to place obstacles in the way of those lenders. It is intended to deal with credit providers who lend without making proper inquiries into the debtor’s ability to pay”. “For consumers, its essential features Read More …

BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL No 7070 Volume 313: Page 1448, 7 December 1996.

The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint Read More …

Can the Commonwealth fund a Third Tier of Government known as Local Government?

Is there a power to fund local governments that fail to be recognised under the Constitution? Is it not our Right for Government to be open and transparent of the mechanisms used to do that which appears to be beyond the power of the Parliament? We present this and encourage any correction to establish the Read More …

The Politics of Inclusion: The Right of Self-Determination, Statutory Bills of Rights and Indigenous Peoples

Two relatively recent and overlapping developments potentially offer a new direction for the Indigenous self-determination project, which has been marginalised by Australian governments in recent years: first, the trend towards the domestic protection of international human rights through statutory bills of rights in Australian jurisdictions; and second, the burgeoning recognition of the right of self-determination Read More …

The AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY ~ Freedom of Information Ordinance, No. 46 of 1989

This Australian Capital Territory Ordinance was the pre-runner to the Freedom of Information Act of the Commonwealth and each of the States, this was a blue print of the Acts enacted in 1982 and beyond. This not only applied to the people of the Territory but also extended the people of the Australian community as Read More …

The Right to Self-Determination in International Law — A MATTER OF FORM RATHER THAN CONTENT

Philip Alston is the Chairman of the United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Director of the Centre for International and Public Law, Australian National University. He was addressing a seminar on the Right to Self-Determination organised by the Human Rights Council of Australia, in Canberra, on 1 September 1992. 3 pages. Read More …

The Right to Self-Determination and International Law

The concept of self-determination is virtually as old as the concept of statehood itself. Since its inception self-determination has undergone dramatic alterations inmany aspects, from a concept initially conservatively applied to issues such as decolonisation, to a justification for the break-up of multi-ethnic states. The concept may now extend towards indicating a right of self-determination Read More …

CHILDREN AND CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN THE CONTEXT OF FAMILY LAW

Research carried out in Australia and elsewhere over the past two decades has constantly shown the psychological benefits to children in maintaining the links with both parents, regardless of the fact that the adult relationship has broken down. However, where parents are abusive, dysfunctional or unwilling to maintain contact, the research shows that the consequences Read More …

Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited-v-Murphy Operator Pty-Ltd Ors 2020 QCA 250

Where the appellant dredged waterways, excavated soil, and placed the materials dredged or excavated into various other places around the port of Gladstone – where the first, second and third respondents are plaintiffs in a class action brought pursuant to Part 13A of the Civil Proceedings Act 2011 (Qld) – where the respondents allege that, Read More …

High Court of Australia Public Lecture 2017 By Edwin Cameron*

An interesting lecture and can be taken to be alike to the Australian scheme currently in play.   After 350 years of racial subordination and exclusion, South Africa became a democracy in 1994, under what was praised as the world’s “most progressive” Constitution. Twenty three years later, inequality and dispossession persist, crime and corruption are high, Read More …

LAW OF BELLIGERENT OCCUPATION

The law of belligerent occupation (which from now on we will refer to simply as the law of occupation) governs the relationship between the occupying power, on the one hand, and the wholly or partially occupied State and its inhabitants, including refugees and stateless persons, on the other. It is applicable only in international armed Read More …

“Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom Erecting and Establishing the Province of South Australia

Privy Council (United Kingdom) — “Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom Erecting and Establishing the Province of South Australia and Fixing the Boundaries thereof, 19 February 1836” [1836] IndigLRes 1 Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom erecting and establishing the Province of South Australia and fixing the Read More …

Law of Evidence.

“ The rules of Evidence,” says Mr. Wills, “are the practical maxims of legal and philosophic sagacity and experience, matured and methodized by a succession of wise men, as the best means of discriminating truth from error, and of con­ tracting as far as possible the dangerous power of judicial discretion.” “ Such rules,”  “ Read More …

CODE OF CONDUCT ~ Western Australia Police.

Police members must adhere to all policy, protocols and procedures including those contained in the Police Act 1892, Police Force Regulations 1979, the Police Manual and any other lawful directive. Criminal action, corruption, unlawful conduct, dishonest and unethical conduct, breaches of discipline and conflicts of interest, and failure to report the same, relating to Police, Read More …

Common Law Origins.

Australia and Britain have remarkably few constitutional guarantees of fundamental rights. This is not to say, of course, that the two countries are without any such protections. The Magna Carta of 1215 (“that great confirmatory instrument … which is the ground work of all our Constitutions”10) and the Bill of Rights of 1689 (“the product Read More …

Harrison Research Report on Covid19

The Australian government has not provided evidence to show that societal lockdown is proportionate to the risks of society continuing to function, with more nuanced management strategies. It has offered vague promises of ‘winning the battle” and implied threats of an apocalyptic public health meltdown if perpetual lockdown is not adhered to. This statements are Read More …

Australian Network of Lawyers who are concerned about how laws are improperly used against Australians

A group of concerned lawyers have put together the following information to challenge the Australian and State Governments narrative in respect of the Covid19 Pandemic from expert and other evidence that is publicly available in Australia and worldwide, there appears to be strong evidence that there can no longer be a reliance on the premise Read More …

Is anyone in Australia exempt from the Treason Felony Act?

The author wrote to the Attorney General of Australia to establish if anything existed or was in place to exempt the courts, judges and people of every State and every part of the Commonwealth from the Treason and Felony Act in the practice of denying Her Majesty’s Rightful Title and to establish if anything existed Read More …

SENTENCING ACT ~ “Dismiss the Charge”

Below is a collection of provisions of each of the States and Territories Sentencing Acts to allow one to have a charge dismissed without recording a conviction.     Victoria SENTENCING ACT 1991 – SECT 76 Unconditional dismissal A court, on being satisfied that a person is guilty of an offence, may (without recording a Read More …

FOI ~ Does anything Exist in Victoria to allow Daniel Andrews to engage with Sovereign Nations outside of the Commonwealth of Australia.

The author wrote to the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet to establish is there was anything within the State of Victoria to allow Daniel Andrews the power to act with international personality to engage with Sovereign Nations outside of the Commonwealth of Australia.     If you can spare a few dollars for the Read More …

Queensland Constitution (Prior to reprints).

Queensland Constitution prior to Reprints including sub-section 14 under section 53 concerning sections requiring a referendum. Many thanks to Michelle Lynette of the family Schafer for providing the resource.       If you can spare a few dollars for the creators of this website to continue their research to bring you more great content, Read More …

Open Letter Concerning the Police Enforcement of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions

This document has been signed by 70 police officers concerned with a takeover within Australia who state ~ We are reaching out to all our fellow police officers across the country, to write a similar letter to their respective police commissioners, or sign our form at https://advocateme.wixsite.com/copsforcovidtruth to show your support for this stance, which Read More …

Private Capacity ~ Code of Conduct ~ N.T.

Are Police acting under their Code of Conduct?   NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA POLICE ADMINISTRATION ACT 1978 14A General orders (1) The Commissioner may, from time to time, in writing, issue such general orders and instructions as are necessary : (a) to secure the good government and efficient working of the Police Force; (2) Without limiting subsection (1), general orders Read More …

THE FOI ACT 1982 AND THE FOI ACT 2000 (UK): ARE THERE LESSONS WE CAN LEARN FROM EACH OTHER?

It is almost a quarter of a century since the Commonwealth’s Freedom of Information Act 1982 was enacted. At about the same time, similar legislation was passed in New Zealand (the Official Information Act 1982) and in Canada (the Access to Information Act 1985). More than a decade earlier the US had passed its Freedom Read More …

75 years of support for the United Nations

International Policy Friday, 23 October 2020 Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet [Photo: The Australian Minister for External Affairs and Attorney-General, Dr HV Evatt, signs the Charter of the United Nations on behalf of Australia, watched by the Australian Deputy Prime Minister, Francis M Forde (right), San Francisco, 26 June 1945. – UN Photo/McLain] 24 Read More …

Victoria is Broken.

The hard evidence Victoria is broken, the evictions, the suicides, the burden on Victoria’s mental health infrastructure and the lunatics behind it.  Is there a pandemic really effecting Victoria or is this part of the global scheme being perpetuated upon the people of earth? In 1918 there was a pandemic that killed 50 million people, Read More …

If the Queens role in the Constitution is entrenched who is the Queen of Australia?

The Queen’s role in relation to Australia is entrenched in the Constitution. Section 1 states that the Commonwealth Parliament consists of a House of Representatives, a Senate and the Queen. Under section 2, the Queen is empowered to appoint the Governor-General as her representative in the Commonwealth. Under section 61 the ‘executive’ power of the Read More …

Invisible Contracts.

“…the Constitution does not apply here.” That statement shocks most people up a wall — but it is an accurate and correct statement. The Judge will never tell you why, though. Of all of the different Judges that I know who have blurted out that statement, none of the criminal defendants have ever pressed the Read More …

United Nations ~ Compulsory vaccination violates the right to informed consent

Compulsory vaccination violates the right to informed consent, one of the most fundamental ethics in medicine and a human right recognized under international law, including the United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 1966, the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights of 2005, the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Read More …

Property Rights.

The common law has long regarded a person’s property rights as fundamental. William Blackstone said in 1773: ‘There is nothing which so generally strikes the imagination, and engages the affections of mankind, as the right of property’.1 In the national consultation on ‘Rights and Responsibilities’, conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) in 2014, Read More …

Constitutional Law ~ Power of Governor to enact amendments to statutes without the necessity of reserving the same for Royal assent

Constitutional Law–Colonial Legislature-Power of Governor to enact amendments to statutes without the necessity of reserving the same for Royal assent–Competence of colonial legislature to eliminate Crown as part of Parliament-“The Australian Constitutions “Act, 1842”-“The Australian Constitutions Act, 1850, The “Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865″ Repugnancy to Imperial Acts -Statute–Construction–Statute Law Revision–The Statute ” Law Revision Read More …

Estoppel…

This paper is a comprehensive analysis of the barring of suits by cestuis que trust against their trustees for breach of trust. The defence of acquiescence is examined, with a specific focus on its meaning and constituent elements, after an analysis of the recent decision of the High Court of Australia in Byrnes v Kendle. Read More …

Unnecessary Causation.

The causation question and the suggested answer At common law the question of causation is fundamental. But, as is often acknowledged, the basic question of causation is not a question of law: it is commonly described, in a misleading expression, as ‘causation in fact’. The true causal question is not actually one of fact. It Read More …

Identity Theft tool Kit.

What is identity theft? Identity theft is when someone takes and uses your personal information such as name, address, date of birth or mother’s maiden name to commit theft. With enough personal information, thieves can: Withdraw money from your bank accounts, including by internet and over the phone. open new bank accounts in your name Read More …

Independent Investigation of Complaints against the Police

Police are granted powers by the state and it is the state’s responsibility to ensure that these powers are not abused. Police must be fully accountable for their every action when interacting with citizens. Police who abuse the trust of Victorians must be held accountable. Existing accountability mechanisms in Victoria have consistently failed to maintain Read More …

Police accountability

  Discriminatory policing What’s the problem ? Young people are often stopped and charged by police because of their colour, race or because they are from a family who are known to police, rather than because of their behaviour or a reasonable suspicion held by the police officer. Racial profiling Victoria saw a landmark legal case Read More …

Defence Legislation Amendment (Enhancement of Defence Force Response to Emergencies) Bill 2020

A troubling Bill allowing foreign forces to enter Australia and hold zero liability for their actions.   Summary Amends the: Defence Act 1903 to: streamline the process for calling out members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Reserves, including for the purposes of responding to natural disasters or emergencies; and provide ADF members,other Defence personnel Read More …

Has there been legal transfer of the Prerogative power of Assent to the Queen of Australia? FOI-15-094

The author attempted to establish if the powers of assent found in section 58 of the Commonwealth Constitution had been officially delegated from the Queen in the Sovereignty of the United Kingdom to an alternate non statutory corporation sole known as the Queen of Australia. The Attorney Generals Department failed to supply the transfer of Read More …

Criminal proceedings 101 ~ from beginning to end

1. Arrest​: ​Valid arrests must be based on ​probable cause.​ A reasonable belief that a certain set of facts which rises to the level of a threat to life or property are true. Must be based entered into the court record via sworn statement. ​(REMEMBER – no sworn statement of probable cause, even in a Read More …

FOI ~ Can Victorian Premier ~ ‘Daniel Andrews’ ~ Do business with Sovereign Nations ~ Specifically China?

  Explanatory Memorandum: The author wrote to the department of Foreign Affairs on August 8th 2020 to confirm if Daniel Andrews has the ability to do deals with China, specifically the Belt & Road Initiative. The department of Foreign Affairs then transferred the request to the Attorney Generals Office for processing and this was acknowledged on Read More …

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Can you afford $5 a month to support the researchers here at Constitution Watch to bring you more great content on a daily Basis? For the cost of a cup of coffee a month you can help us concentrate on what we need to do, bring you the truth wth more exceptional content not found Read More …