19 July 2017

No Lawfully Enacted Laws 101 - 1982 to 2003 Pt1

Australia's legal system (for the better term of it)  is truly a basket case.

This has been so from the very inception of this colony.

A fact that the authorities would rather the masses not know about is that in the early days,  due to the severe 'misbehaviour'  of people in government, the 'motherland' brought in a law called the Colonial Laws Validity Act of 1865, 

which reigned in the 'misbehaviour' and brought in line the local laws (of the colony) to that of the Imperial (British) laws.

Very little has changed today with regards to the 'misbehaviour' by people in government regarding the making of laws, except for the fact that the good people are more distracted and deceived by the people in government.

Would a U.K Monarch truly give Royal Assent to an Act known to be ultra vires, e.g. the Australia Act by signing it on top and not the lawful place the being at the end of the document?

Apparently many centuries ago Plato said;

" One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors."

where this holds much weight in today's Australia.

Recent news reports show that MP's are scrambling for cover.

The reality is they should be "thrown under a bus" i.e. charged for criminal offences and expelled, something the authorities are turning a blind eye to, i.e. criminal activity, yet the authorities do not turn a blind eye to your 'criminal' activity of traveling 3km/h more than road signage indicates.

We have obtained papers in a series of documents from various sources that proves that there have not been any lawfully enacted laws (i.e. Acts) in Australia, in this case from the period of 1982 to 2003.

Straight off the bat ANY Commonwealth law enacted from 1982 to 2003 is NULL and VOID.

In order to obtain a 'remedy' with regards to harm caused to your 'person' you must comprehend the law making process and the points of failure at each step of the way.

Do you know the correct law making procedure?

Do you have what it takes to appear in your person's name in a court in order to obtain a remedy for your person with a document that shows an 'error' in procedure?

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