The Universal Antidote Documentary

The Universal Antidote Documentary The science and story of Chlorine Dioxide. NASA proclaimed it a universal antidote in 1987. Since that time thousands have recovered from illness using this substance and now many physicians and scientists are saying it is powerfully effective for many applications. The Universal Antidote Documentary scheduled release is for February 1, 2021. The documentary explores the history, safety, and efficacy of the universal antidote and provides interviews with physicians and people Read more…

Augusto Zimmerman at the Freedom Rally, Perth WA

How Western Australia became an elected dictatorship

I must thank my dear friend, Michael Darby, for allowing me to speak at the Freedom Protest held this Sunday in the city of Perth, Western Australia. It was an impressive turnout, with more than 400 people showing up to protest Western Australian Government measures that impede on our basic rights and freedoms, including freedom of movement, expression and privacy. In Western Australia, the Iron Ore Processing Agreement Amendment Act provides the Premier and his Attorney General Read more…

The meaning of ‘civil conscription’ in subsection 51(xxiiiA)

Subsection 51(xxiiiA) contains an express prohibition on the use of the medical services power ‘to authorize any form of civil conscription’. The submission of Catholic Health Australia provided a helpful description of the events that led to the inclusion of subsection 51(xxiiiA) in 1946, which included the explanation that the prohibition on civil conscription was inserted to allay fears that ‘the proposed amendment would grant the Commonwealth the power to nationalise medical and dental services’. The prohibition on Read more…

Constitutional law protection of freedoms and rights

The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (UK) does not explicitly protect freedom of expression. However, the High Court of Australia has held that an implied freedom of political communication exists as an indispensable part of the system of representative and responsible government created by the Constitution. It operates as a freedom from government restraint.  In Nationwide News Pty Ltd v Wills (1992) 177 CLR 1 and Australian Capital Television Pty Ltd v the Commonwealth (1992) 177 CLR 106, Read more…

High Court likely to ‘free’ COVID’s political prisoners

The Australian, 23rd September 2020, by Mirko Bagaric The High Court is likely to rule the arrest of the Victorian freedom protesters in recent weeks was constitutionally illegal. The freedom of assembly is not ­absolute, but neither should any important freedom be absolutely abrogated. That is why the High Court is likely to rule the arrest of the Victorian freedom protesters in recent weeks was constitutionally illegal — meaning that Australia has witnessed the detention Read more…

Victorian Premier a little kid batting completely out of his depth

Bob Katter, 3rd September 2020 It is time for the Federal Government to get serious with this half-wit Victorian Premier who is a seriously dangerous person, Kennedy MP Bob Katter has said. The KAP Federal Member has called for federal intervention in Victoria following shocking vision of a Ballarat woman being arrested in her own home for a ‘thought crime.’ “The violation of a private home over a promotional matter, over anything at all, is Read more…

100th anniversary of the Engineers Case

The case that changed Australian constitutional history Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd (“Engineers’ case”) [1920] HCA 54; (1920) 28 CLR 129 (31 August 1920) Facts A union of engineers commenced a claim in the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration against Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd for an award relating to 844 employers across Australia. In Western Australia, the employers included three State governmental employers. The issue was whether a Commonwealth law Read more…

Daniel Andrews

Mandatory face mask rule in Victoria a legal nonsense

The Victorian Government announced that the wearing of face masks will be mandatory in Victoria’s worst-hit coronavirus areas from 11:59pm on Wednesday night. “If you are out of your home for one of the four permitted reasons, then you need to be wearing a mask and I stress – or a face covering,” Premier Daniel Andrews announced on Sunday. Anyone in Greater Melbourne or Mitchell Shire caught without a mask or face covering will be Read more…

Sir John Kerr

The Kerr Palace letters

The Kerr Palace Letters are a series of letters exchanged between Governor-General Sir John Kerr and Buckingham Palace during Kerr’s time in office. The 212 letters were written between 15 August 1974 and 5 December 1977. They include attachments such as newspaper clippings, press releases, articles, speeches and booklets. A small number of telegrams are also included. Most of the letters were exchanged between Kerr and Sir Martin Charteris, Private Secretary to the Queen. The Read more…

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell at Cipriani Wall Street on March 15, 2005 in New York City.

Ghislaine Maxwell’s long list of very famous friends

Jeffrey Epstein’s “madam” Ghislaine Maxwell rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous, as these photos show. Maxwell, 58, last week faced a New York City judge remotely after prosecutors accused her of building a rapport with girls as young as 14 before allegedly helping Epstein to sexually exploit them. Earlier, she was arrested in New Hampshire for allegedly luring girls as young as 14 years old to a number of Epstein’s residences – including his Read more…