Friday, January 13, 2017

How to deal with the new Australian piracy law

The company called the 'Australian Government' told the mainstream media that there is going to be a crackdown on piracy "Big Time", and in turn the mainstream media passed on this message to the slave population.

This comes literally straight after the peasants were made aware that people in government are defrauding their slave population on a huge scale, more damage than any single 'pirate' ever could do.

So apparently Australia is full of pirates (the "haaar haaar mi maties", type), where one could say that all of them are in government. 

"Why's that?" could ask the beer gut footy lover.

'Cause they're not in office lawfully, nor the company called the 'Australian Government' is the de jure government of the people, as described in a document called 'An Act to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia' which can be referred to as the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, which is a set of rules for the people in 'government'.

The above mentioned original Act with the proper seal can be downloaded at:

So, you've been accused of a criminal act, an act of piracy they allege. 

You being the astute computer user connected to the internet, use your favourite search engine  (Ford 351 Windsor?) and upon your search query you find that you are pointed to a law called the Piracy Act 11 Will 3 c 7,  at

"WTF!!! !!! !!! " you bleat. 

You have no access to any wooden ship, sword, frilly shirt and you most certainly do not have an eye patch, and are traveling in a fully abled body.

So WTF is this 'piracy' they're on about.

Well, you see a 'pirate' also today is a 'person' who watches a screen with some moving pictures on it, when a corporation holds them to ransom over this thing called time, where they decide you can watch those moving pictures at a later point in time according to your geographical location, while others can view those same moving pictures in their geographical location a lot earlier.

Makes PERFECT sense, right?

So, in a nut shell, a group of people from over the seas (pirates?), tell the lawmakers of this land to punish their slaves for viewing something earlier than they are told by people from over the seas.

So therefore these people from over the seas are discriminating against you because of your geographical location or is it that because you live in a colony of the British empire?

So anyway, what is this law they're talking about?

Well, it's called the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015 of course, silly.

Law for Dummy Pirates 101

Really, Really briefly; prior to a thought written down on paper becoming a law (Act) the one step lower paperwork is called a Bill, as shown in the illustration below:

Now, in order for a (this) 'Bill' to become law it must obtain 'royal assent' and a few other bits and pieces come into play of that darn thing called paperwork.

We've been shown the reasons why this new law is not actually lawful (as opposed to legal).

Nevertheless in ANY criminal matter, you have the right (and should exercise that right) not to self incriminate, therefore you cannot answer any questions with regards to any accusation of 'piracy' (whatever that means), nor any admissions that your person carried out any actions relating to the operation of any alleged computer equipment.

Have you got the skills to prove that the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015 is unlawful?

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