Friday, April 1, 2016

Penal Colony Law - Collection of firewood from public land illegal

What many people may find hard to comprehend is that you don't have to live your life behind bars in a penal colony.

The general populous may not be aware that from the 'colonisation' of Australia since 1788, for 40 years there was a law instilled called Martial Law.

If you know your 'law': 
What Act ceased the state of Martial Law? 
Please put your answer in the comments section of this post.

What many may perceive as 'law' is actually a private contract with a corporate entity (or corporation conglomerate), without full disclosure  being presented before you therefore realistically fraudulent and deceptive conduct against your 'person'.

The penal colony laws are alive and well today and are indicative not of a country of democratic rule or of 'freemen' but rather serfs and corporate salves.

This is just one example of how penal law rules apply to the peasants, from the Herald Sun article from 30 March 2016 of the title:

Big shiver tipped after clampdown on wood collection

Cosy living: Joyce Birch, 87, stokes the wood stove in the kitchen of her family home near Red Cliffs. Picture: Glenn Milne.
THOUSANDS of Victorians will be banned from collecting firewood from public land this year.

Community leaders fear elderly people using wood for heating and cooking are most vulnerable to the bans across northern Victoria.

For the first time since European settlement, public reserves and parks from Mildura to Shepparton will be closed to firewood gathering from this winter, with all public land wood collecting to end in northern Victoria within five years. The state firewood industry expects bans will apply across Victoria within a decade.

“We will have old people shivering to death if we’re not careful,” Moira Shire mayor and Murray Group of Councils chair, Gary Cleveland, said.

“Wood has always been available as a cheap energy source and in some of our towns we believe more than half the households use wood,” he said.

Campers who traditionally collect free wood opportunistically for their holiday fires may need to buy wood commercially before they enter parks.

1 comment:

Phillip Kahle said...

More and more people are at the fringe of leaving society as it's called. Dirty trashy cities. Travel restrictions and fines. Land owners being interfered with. and Crown common-land being curtailed from use. It's not going to take much for a revolution.