Saturday, January 21, 2017

The Australian Government changing the Constitution by stealth?

The people in this machine called the 'Australian Government' are responsible for some pretty dodgy actions.

Laws are being put into force at 2:30am while the slaves are sleeping.

Laws regarding pay rises are being put in place 'secretly'.

The government telling the herd population that 'bylaws' (created by a city council)  are actual laws (as only 'laws' can be created by the parliament of whichever state you reside in).

This is only the focus of the last few days, let alone a whole year.

So let's have a look at what the people in government are doing to Australia's founding document, the 'Constitution'.


Australia's 'Constitution' has the proper name of the 'Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act' or 'An Act to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia'.

The above scan is taken from an Australian Government website called the Museum of Australian Democracy, at the link http://www.foundingdocs.gov.au/item-sdid-82.html where the rest of the scans to the Constitution can be found.

An accurate pdf of the scans can be found at:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B21_coIgIYu2b2xFTWY0NURERkU

So how is the government changing the Constitution?

The above pdf is shown in a screen capture in the attachment below:







Note the lawful seal at the of enactment and the short (Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act) and the long name (An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia [9th July 1900]) of that Act.



Now, the Constitution that was downloaded from the Parliamentary Education Office peo.gov.au has the first page shown in the illustration below:


where the 7th page is in the illustration below:


where finally on the 14th page, there is some sort of resemblance to the original one as shown in illustration below:


In any event, note the seal which is different to the original one, also the names given; AUSTRALIA'S CONSTITUTION and THE CONSTITUTION.

Last but definitely not least is the 2003 version of the Constitution downloaded from Austlii (Australasian Legal Information Institute) the official reference resource for Australian law as shown in illustration below:


Note again the corporate seal and the reference to the "Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act" as "The Constitution".

On the 7th page is mentioned "An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia [9th of July 1900]", but contains a separation line with the title Clause 1, see illustration below. That's not how it appears as per original 'Constitution'.



Please note that the only lawful method of changing any letters or words within the document called the "Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act" or "An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia [9th July 1900]" is described in Section 128 of that Act which is as follows:

128.  This Constitution shall not be altered except in the
following manner:—
  The proposed law for the alteration thereof must be passed by
an absolute majority of each House of the Parliament, and not
less than two nor more than six months after its passage
through both Houses the proposed law shall be submitted in
each State to the electors qualified to vote for the election of
members of the House of Representatives.
  But if either House passes any such proposed law by an
absolute majority, and the other House rejects or fails to pass it,
or passes it with any amendment to which the first-mentioned
House will not agree, and if after an interval of three months the
first-mentioned House in the same or the next session again
passes the proposed law by an absolute majority with or
without any amendment which has been made or agreed to by
the other House, and such other House rejects or fails to pass it
or passes it with any amendment to which the first-mentioned
House will not agree, the Governor-General may submit the
proposed law as last proposed by the first-mentioned House,
and either with or without any amendments subsequently
agreed to by both Houses, to the electors in each State qualified
to vote for the election of the House of Representatives.
  When a proposed law is submitted to the electors the vote shall
be taken in such manner as the Parliament prescribes.  But until
the qualification of electors of members of the House of
Representatives becomes uniform throughout the
Commonwealth, only one-half the electors voting for and
against the proposed law shall be counted in any State in which
adult suffrage prevails.
  And if in a majority of the States a majority of the electors
voting approve the proposed law, and if a majority of all the
electors voting also
approve the proposed law, it shall be presented to the Governor-
General for the Queen’s assent.
  No alteration diminishing the proportionate representation of
any State in either House of the Parliament, or the minimum
number of representatives of a State in the House of
Representatives, or increasing, diminishing, or otherwise
altering the limits of the State, or in any manner affecting the
provisions of the Constitution in relation thereto, shall become
law unless the majority of the electors voting in that State
approve the proposed law.

But they're only technicalities or minor differences, someone might say.

Really?

While John Fischer and John Fisher called over the courtroom speaker 'sound' the same, are they the same 'person'?

3 comments:

Paris Kalachnikov said...

In deed

Uncle Al said...

Putting British law aside for the moment, the only Sovereign who can make valid vice-regal appointments for the Commonwealth of Australia is the one defined in the preamble to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, 1900 (Imp.). That sovereignty hasn't existed since 1921 or 1922.
The Chinese government were schooled in the importance of this and use it to get everything that they want before the Foreign Investment Review Board. If they publish, the Australian dollar and stock market may have 24 hours life in them - then there's the currencies and stock markets of other countries like New Zealand, Canada and the current UK to consider. That's whey there's a lot of pressure - nationally and internationally - to sell out Australia and Australians to Chinese interests.
By the time Aussies wake up there'll be nothing left to wake up to!

Chris Cross said...

Australia is the experiment of how control works.