Australian government has gone tyrannical

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
Does anyone have any opinion on Dominic Perotet ?

Something something Catholic.
Something something Right faction of the NSW Liberal party.
Something former leader of the Young Liberals.

Guess we'll know soon enough as to the true mettle of his character.
Or whether he's just another puppet.

I'd wager the latter...

"Hope for the best, plan for the worst."
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
Clown World don't quit.

How to win $1m just by getting jabbed

Paramedic Shelly Tennant receives her second does of the AstraZeneca Covid19 vaccine from Dillon Di Fabrizio at the Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne. Picture: Mark Stewart

There’s now a million new reasons — well, $4.1 million — to roll up your sleeve thanks to a new lottery launching on Monday.


Oh you poor NPC Drone.
You'll be playing the lottery alright...
Yet it's a gamble with your health...
A big gamble...

All the while.
Fair bet when they announce the winner.
Said winner will be a "Big Club" agent.
The whole stunt will be a farce; with plenty of Fake News to boot.
Or at the least, a stunt to shift $4mil in cash for some nefarious purpose to some nefarious entity...
 

Edek

Robin
Orthodox Catechumen
Along with standard parental advice like "don't get into cars with people you don't know, or if the driver has been drinking", one thing my dad said a few times in response to my teenage lack of sensible risk aversion was: "don't do something stupid because someone says they will give you money or whatever afterwards. At the very least, get the money first, give it to me for safe keeping, and then go ahead and be an idiot"

I always knew my dad was smart, but he was really ahead of the game on that one.
 

orthoaussie2121

Sparrow
Orthodox
I'd wager the latter... Mate, I’d bet my house on it.
Something something Catholic.
Something something Right faction of the NSW Liberal party.
Something former leader of the Young Liberals.

Guess we'll know soon enough as to the true mettle of his character.
Or whether he's just another puppet.

I'd wager the latter...

"Hope for the best, plan for the worst."
Dominic Perrotot is my local member. He is an Opus Dei Catholic (very hard line conservative). He was one of the 27 MP's that voted against the recent abortion bill. My sources tell me that he will reverse many of the lock down and jab mandates. I guess we will see if he sells out to the Zionist cabal pushing this agenda.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
Dominic Perrotot is my local member. He is an Opus Dei Catholic (very hard line conservative). He was one of the 27 MP's that voted against the recent abortion bill. My sources tell me that he will reverse many of the lock down and jab mandates. I guess we will see if he sells out to the Zionist cabal pushing this agenda.

Yeah.
Let's hope it's a good indication of something.

The media are a bit fussed by him being a catholic it seems.
He's supposedly been sworn at by Scott Morrison.
He's apparently in favour of reducing restrictions for business.

The next few days should prove interesing.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
I'd wager the latter... Mate, I’d bet my house on it.

FWIW purposes only.
I'd have to look into it further.
Yet I don't believe the Federal government has actually set any legislation.
Apart from aged care staff.


In Part One of a 6-part series of interviews with Darren Dixon for the ‘GLOSSA channel’ Aussies learn that their High Court has already ruled that under law, they can refuse ALL government ‘mandatory’ vaccinations.

TRANSCRIPT (by Marian Calcroft) below:

Rob: Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Glossa Channel. I am here today to speak to Darren Dixon here in Melbourne, Australia regarding something called a Constitutional Guarantee. Welcome to the program Darren. How are you doing today?

Darren: Good, thanks Rob! Finally great to meet you.

Rob: Yes, we’ve spoken on the telephone long-distance from time to time, but it’s good to be here in person. Can you explain to us what this Constitutional Guarantee is? You’ve told me in our private conversations a bit about it, but I believe the listeners and viewers would be greatly interested by this topic.

Darren: Well – in this current time of what’s going on, in Australia, and all around the world, in regards to medical services, um a lot of people are feeling that they are, er, being forced to accept certain medical services, we’ll call them medical services, and they relate to any medical service that can be provided, whether it be general or preventative it’s irrelevant, it covers all medical services. And, what it is, in the Commonwealth Constitution, it’s a very unique guarantee that we have, er, compared to every other country in the world. And what it actually says is that the Parliament have power to make laws for the good, for the peace, order and good government in respect to medical and dental services but so as to NOT impose any form of Civil Conscription.

Now what does that mean exactly?

Well, it’s in regards to medical and dental services, that’s the subject matter, but there’s another part which says “NOT to impose any form of CIVIL Conscription”.

What’s Civil Conscription? Well, we know what military conscription is. That’s when you’re forced to provide military services to the government. Well, this is to NOT impose any form of Civil Conscription, so a Civilian Conscription, and NOT to impose any form of it.

So, basically, I’ll go back to how this was created. And how that was created, is in 1946 Australia had a Referendum, and the people in 1946 voted for this to be inserted into The Constitution. And it provides a medical protection, that I know a lot of people are looking for and are a bit bewildered at a lot of the, a lot of the State news that’s coming out at the moment in regards to being… having certain medical procedures forced upon them.

Now the High Court has actually spoken on this, and they’ve interpreted this “NO form of Civil Conscription”, over 60 years in much settled Case Law. There’s been 38 High Court Judges involved, and they’ve actually interpreted that part of Civil Conscription to which I was speaking about. And what they’ve actually interpreted it to be is the fact that, in regards to medical procedures, there is a thing called the doctor-patient relationship. And the doctor-patient relationship cannot be penetrated. It’s voluntary, it’s by your consent, and then no third party can get involved in this particular relationship, it’s just you and the doctor. Not even the Government can get involved in the doctor-patient relationship.

So having said that, what actually the High Court have defined and interpreted, is that the Government cannot provide any legal or practical compulsion for you to accept any medical procedure. It’s totally voluntary, and it’s by your consent, and if the consent is forced, or the consent is withdrawn during the medical procedure, it’s actually assault.

So, this guarantee that we have, is something that can be relied upon in respect of any encroachment of any Government compulsion, so as to force a medical procedure upon you. And once again, Rob, this isn’t me saying this, this is the High Court. And this is backed up by the People of Australia in the 1946 Referendum. It’s not me, I’m just the vessel delivering the message.

It’s a long-forgotten part of our Constitutional History, er, and ever since then there’s been multiple cases that have called for an interpretation of that particular provision of the Act, and I think the People of Australia need to know that they can rely on Section 51.23a, that no form of any medical procedure can be forced upon you, without your consent and without your WILL. And there’s actually a case, which is the Medical Practitioner’s Case, where it says the Commonwealth, the High Court said this, that the Commonwealth cannot write any laws so as to impose immunisation or vaccination upon the People of Australia. So that’s been settled Case Law, and we’ve actually got some letters from the current Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, which backs this up.

So, now there’s concerns about some State Laws for example in Western Australia there’s a State Health Act, where they say they can do the opposite of that. That they can actually impose some sort of a medical procedure upon you, without your consent. This is in breach of the Constitutional Guarantee. It needs to be challenged in Courts. There needs to be a challenge in regards to the invalidity of that State Act, which is governed by Section 109 of The Constitution, when a Law of the State is inconsistent with a Law of the Commonwealth, the latter shall prevail and the former shall be inconsistent to the point of the invalidity.

So, what that basically means is, is when a State Law is inconsistent, or in… and not in harmony with the Commonwealth Law, that Law is INVALID. It doesn’t have to be decided, it’s invalid from the beginning. Although people would like a Court to proclaim it, that is the fact. It cannot be inconsistent with the Commonwealth Law, and that’s another thing you can rely on. But these things are soon to be played out in the High Court. I’m aware of multiple people taking multiple challenges to the High Court, in respect of the Constitutional Guarantee found at Section 51.23a and these are in respect of, um, some protesting rights that have been happening in Victoria, and forced medical services in respect of wearing masks and, and other alike subject matter. So, there’s some interesting times that are coming towards us, that ah, we should see some interesting decisions happening from the Courts themselves.

Rob: So you would suggest that if there are any State Laws that are in conflict with, or contradictory to The Constitution, then The Constitution prevails over any State Laws?

Darren: 100 percent. And, um, there’s a Clause in the Constitution, Clause 5, which says that the Constitution is binding on all the Courts, Judges and People of every State and every part of the Commonwealth regardless of what the State Laws say. So not only is there The Constitutional Guarantee, it has a binding effect as well.

There’s also something that was brought to my attention recently, is ah, in Queensland, they are just about to bring out a CoVID App, that ah, they’re imposing. The Government are imposing businesses to enforce that people cannot enter your premises without logging in with the CoVID app through their Smartphone. Now that right there is an encroachment of Political Liberties. Number one, it’s forcing me to carry a mobile phone, which is not Law. Secondly, it’s asking the business to impose it on the customer, so it’s an over extension of the Government’s Laws realistically.

Also the Privacy Act, Section 94h of the Privacy Act says, that you cannot force someone to download the CoVID safe App, the Commonwealth one. Nor can you reject them or deny them any service. So this is once again a Law of the State that’s inconsistent with The Privacy Act which says that you cannot deny people service because they don’t have the App, and you cannot force people to download the App itself.

So this, is what we see a lot, that people are unaware of these guarantees that we have that stop this over-enforcement of the State Governments. One just needs to look to The Commonwealth Law for remedy, and usually you’ll find something either in The Privacy Act, The Constitution…. and there’s also another Act called the Australian Consumer Law Act which is the Competition and Consumer Act and that provides many protections within that Act, for Australian consumers, and any discrimination in regards to the providing of services.
 

testosterone

Sparrow
That's great! I was thinking I wasn't going to be able to travel again. I've made a home over in SEA before these bullshit lockdowns! If I have to wear an ankle bracelet when I return, I'll put up with it cause anything is better than living in clown world for the rest of my life.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
Dominic Perrottet will be the new NSW Premier after winning the Liberal Party leadership in a landslide.

Health Minister Brad Hazzard offered a philosophical take after emerging from the meeting.
Mr Hazzard said the atmosphere in the room was “good, but obviously sad”, because MPs were mourning the loss of Ms Berejiklian as leader.
“We talked about Gladys, obviously, how sad we all are,” he told NCA NewsWire.

Que?
Sad about Gladys? Or sad cause your plot is stalled?

In a statement on Friday, he said...
“The interests of the people of NSW must always come first, and the priority for the government is to ensure we continue to keep people safe, and that we reopen the economy and get people back to work, kids back to school, and life back to normal as fast as possible,” Mr Perrottet said.

Curious...

Scott Morrison has conceded for the first time that he dropped the f-bomb in a meeting with the incoming NSW premier Dominic Perrottet insisting it’s all part of the pair’s “honest relationship”.

Curiouser...

Source - news.com.au
 
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