Did the Governor General act with the Advice of the Executive Council when issuing the Election writs?

There are many questions to be answered surrounding the issuing of writs for the federal election. Below is the government gazette evidencing writs were issued. Now the question is are the writs issued according to law? Is witnessing a document causing it to be issued? When the Governor General caused the writs to be issued Read More …

Does the Prime Minister have allegiances to foreign powers who fail to act in the best interest of the Australian People?

In a recent Freedom of Information request seeking information on the Prime Minister and Cabinets involvement with the Socialist World Economic Forum it was revealed Prime Minister Scott Morrison is part of the ‘Great Reset’ in which the forum brags ‘you will own noting and be happy’, Morrison has engaged with the forum in the Read More …

Does the Commonwealth have the power to recommend Covid 19 vaccinations and Booster Shots?

The Constitution provides the subject matters of which the Commonwealth has its law making powers, within those powers are limited health powers. Section 51(xxiiiA) is known as the funding power of the Commonwealth, which is a power to fund medical and dental services, pharmaceutical benefits and alike. The States hold the power to regulate health, Read More …

Sovereignty in the Australian Federation

    Delivering its judgment in 1920 in the apparently-notorious Engineers’ Case, the High Court made the following statement: “For the proper construction of the Australian Constitution, it is essential to bear in mind two cardinal features of our political system which are interwoven in its texture and … radically distinguish it from the American Constitution…. One Read More …

Tribunals and Commissions are not Courts.

    The High Court’s decision Burns v Corbett significantly narrowed the jurisdiction of commissions and tribunals. The High Court held that the Australian Constitution precludes a State tribunal from exercising federal and state jurisdiction, tribunals are not Courts and cannot exercise judicial powers and jurisdiction.  A tribunal or Commission not being a ‘court of Read More …

Commonwealth Power to Make and Implement Treaties.

Traditional view and the High Court It has been generally accepted that treaties are not directly incorporated into Australian domestic law by the international act of ratification or accession by Australia. Treaties therefore do not ‘run’ in domestic law unless implemented by legislation.[1] This view has been shared by successive Governments of different political persuasions. Read More …