Is this a List of Australian Traitors?!?

. Did the following members of parliament sell every Australian out? Have the following people conspired against the people of Australia? Are these people a direct threat to Australia’s Sovereignty? Let it be known and may the court of public opinion rule supreme!   .       https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2022/sessions/special-address-by-scott-morrison-prime-minister-of-australia/

Norfolk Island NIPD, United Nations Petition

On 8 May 2015, the Norfolk Island People voted overwhelmingly in support of their “right to freely determine their political status, their economic, social and cultural development”.  Australia chose to ignore the outcome of the legally constituted referendum and to disregard the rights of the Norfolk Island People.  Consequently in June 2015, the Legislative Assembly Read More …

A Guide to Enforcement Review

The Director of Fines Victoria’s internal review oversight function set out in Part 3A of the Infringements Act 2006. Clear, concise, and accurate information should be provided to applicants at all stages of the internal review process. At the pre-review stage, fine recipients should be informed of their right to internal review. Enforcement agency websites Read More …

CRANDALL v. STATE OF NEVADA.

CRANDALL v. STATE OF NEVADA. Supreme Court 73 U.S. 35 18 L.Ed. 745 6 Wall. 35 CRANDALL v. STATE OF NEVADA. December Term, 1867 ERROR to the Supreme Court of Nevada. In 1865, the legislature of Nevada enacted that ‘there shall be levied and collected a capitation tax of one dollar upon every person leaving Read More …

Submission to the Victorian Parliament Law Reform Committee ~ Inquiry into Warrant Powers and Procedures

Although the State of Victoria is not a direct signatory to the international instruments to which Australia is a party, the obligations undertaken by the Commonwealth are nonetheless applicable to Victoria. Article 50 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), for example, provides that the ICCPR’s guarantees ‘extend to all parts of Read More …

Guidance for injuries caused by vaccine administration – COVID-19 Vaccine Claims Scheme

What the scheme covers The scheme covers losses or expenses of $1,000 and above due to administration of a TGA-approved COVID-19 vaccine, or due to an adverse event that is recognised to be caused by a COVID-19 vaccination. See Services Australia for more information about making a claim under the COVID-19 vaccine claims scheme, including: Read More …

Vaccination injury compensable: employment “a significant contributing cause” to pericarditis.

A youth worker who developed pericarditis after his third COVID-19 vaccination will receive weekly compensation and medical expenses, having convinced the South Australian Employment Tribunal that his injury was work-related. The youth worker, Mr Shepherd, worked in a residential care setting for the Department for Child Protection. A “Major Emergency” concerning the pandemic had been Read More …