Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Snapdragon chip flaws put >1 billion Android phones at risk of data theft

There’s no word on when Google and phone makers will incorporate fix from Qualcomm.

Saturday, August 8, 2020

Class action lawsuit looming against government

Just one of a few class action lawsuits is being prepared as you read this post.

From the first allegedly recorded case of the virus in Victoria on the 25th of January 2020 to the newly actioned stage 4 restrictions, where a so called (discriminatory) directive where ‘workers’ (whatever that means) can only purchase products to repair homes, etc from their local hardware store, the government of Victoria has committed many unlawful actions and failures with regards to the reaction to the matter at hand.

The people in government were even so blazé to state that it's not a matter of human rights, where in reality every action at law must be consistent or subservient to human rights law, period.

The legal community (as opposed to ‘conspiracy theorists') has taken notice, that the law has not been followed, nor the lawful procedure for enacting Acts, where various class action lawsuits are in motion.

The Victorian government has a lot to answer for, where a royal commission will not suffice or rather be next to useless, as seen in the banking sector royal commission, so a class action is one of the ways.

We encourage all Victorians to join in the class action, where once the infrastructure has been put in place, we will point you to it.

Kind Regards.

Source: supplied

Friday, August 7, 2020

Six weeks lock down but Andrews signed Victorians up for four

There are a lot of inconsistencies with regards to alleged case numbers, what's happening and what's going to happen.

As seen in screen capture below, the Victorian premier Mr. Daniel Michael Andrews signed up Victorians to Stage 4 restrictions from the 2nd day of August 2020 to the 2nd day of September 2020, which is one month or just over 4 weeks.

The mainstream media have been 'advertising' for quite some time that Victorians will be locked down for six weeks with this new restriction.

Thursday, August 6, 2020

No, Dan 'Terrifying' new $100k fines not lawful!

According to Victorian premier Mr. Daniel Michael Andrews "It's not about human rights"

Um, it's ALL about 'human rights' and no law that is put in place can diminish this.

FROM the Victorian Government Solicitor's Office,

Section 10 Protection from torture and cruel inhuman or degrading treatment

Examples of ‘cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment’ may include:

  • a penalty (normally criminal, but potentially extending also to regulatory offences) that is arbitrary, excessive or inhuman;

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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

No power to suspend Acts of Parliament by Daniel Andrews?

The premier of Victoria Mr. Daniel Michael Andrews has run amock with regards to law in an unprecedented move.

Well, the above sentence is not entirely true.

There has been a precedent set and it was in the 1800's.

The people in government were in a lawless state, i.e. at a level where the law did not apply to them.

The imperial government had enough and reigned them in reminding them they must follow the law, e,g. Bill of Rights 1688 (UK), etc and put in an Act called the Colonial Laws Validity Act 1865.

The same holds true today, where the law applies and the entire law making process must be followed prior to making an announcement that an Act is in force.

During Victoria's alleged notification of the 'State of Emergency/Disaster' the authorities have stated that Acts of Parliament can be suspended, also giving the ability to take (people's) possessions.

Is there a need to remind the general population that taking people's possessions unlawfully is theft, and depending under which circumstances can also be classified as armed robbery.

There is no lawfully enacted legislation in Victoria that allows the Acts of Parliament to be suspended.

While the imperial government had enough of the 'shenanigans' of those in government, it seems that Victorians will gladly accept their possessions being taken unlawfully.