Thursday, August 3, 2017

NEWSFLASH: Stealing petrol in Victoria is NOT a crime

What the serfs in Victoria, Australia are told in 'advertising' material on petrol bowsers is that apparently "Stealing petrol is a crime", as indicated by illustration below;

People 'advertising' stuff wouldn't lie would they?

There are laws against false / misleading 'advertisements', right?

Let's take a look at what the government did not that long ago.

The 'Australian Government' advertised on the television for people to complete the census form, an action that the people did NOT have to partake in, as there was no lawful notice given to do so.

If the 'government' cares so much for people to follow law, then why does it not advertise that you only need to carry your licence on you if you are under 26 years of age (in Victoria) as per 'law', i.e.

Road Safety Act 1986 Section 19 (8)
       A person under the age of 26 years who holds a driver licence must have the licence in his or her possession at all times while driving or in charge of a motor vehicle.
Penalty applying to this subsection: 5 penalty units.

The Victorian motoring public have been conned that stealing petrol is a crime.

This is confirmed in today's  newspaper by the mainstream media that if the coalition gets elected in 2018, petrol theft will be reclassified as a criminal offence.

Any class of deranged individual (i.e. sovereign 'citizen' or freeman on the land) will tell you that the only law or 'God's' law is to do no harm.

From what we comprehend theft is causing someone harm, irrespective of who they are or in this case whether you 'like' oil the companies or not.

Would the lack of classifying the theft of petrol have something to do with it being sold as a commodity?

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