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Post by daveiron on Tue Sep 11, 2018 8:51 am

One for ausk.


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Post by Ausk on Tue Sep 11, 2018 9:12 am

Thanks for that daveiron, i'll certainly have a look at this.


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Re: justinian deception

Post by Ausk on Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:29 am

Up until the time Romely is talking about Australia like many countries, particularly all those with large geographical area, was self sustaining.

In terms of economic development Australia wanted for very little save for some investment, technology and skills.

Australia;s national estate wanted for very little from outside.

The Lima Declaration is all about breaking up this self sufficiency and the key word of the time was "interdependence"

Since the treachery of the 3 factions of government created the corporation called "The Australian Government" and the "Australian Parliament", Australia has signed over 2000 International Trade and related agreements.

None of these agreements were ever reviewed for the consistency with the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution.

These agreements obliges Australia to open up is national estate to the plunder of the mega corporations through subsidies etc.

How can it be more economical to import oranges from California in the US, to Perth in Western Australia, than it is to buy them from local growers about 250kms away?

While Trump has put the Trans Pacific Trade Agreement on hold for now, when its introduced again under the next or a future president, it will economically ruin and subjugate all the countries who have signed up to it. They will be able to own and plunder the Australian national estate for free.

Paul Craig Roberts; a political appointee of Ronald Reagan, is both an economist and a lawyer by profession, said in a video of his I watched, that all the senators (and perhaps the congress members also,) who voted for it had $160 Million dollars paid into their campaign accounts.

All those who voted against it had $60million paid into their accounts.

This kind of power and influence is what we are all up against. We gotta stop concerning ourselves with whether they jews, gentiles, members of secret societies or whatever. What we have to do is to see these people as enemies of the masses, enemies of our countries plain and simple.


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Rohan is back with some great info

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Post by Phillpots on Sun Dec 16, 2018 7:17 pm

Excellent info as always. Glad I trademarked my name.

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Post by Maybe on Mon Dec 17, 2018 5:07 am

Hi everyone. Did you know Rohan Lorian has referred the last 3 Prime Ministers of Australia (Abbot, Turnbull, Morrison) to the International Criminal Court on slavery charges?


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Re: justinian deception

Post by Ausk on Mon Dec 17, 2018 6:52 am

In the 1970s our very pro Australian Govt signed up to what was called the Lima agreement.

Under this agreement signatory countries of which Australia was one, agreed to transfer manufacturing capability to 2nd world countries. This has resulted in Australia's manufacturing capability and the required skill base being rundown to such an extent that Australia economic future is now at risk.

The idea at that time was Australia could get by selling the national estate (the nations bounty; ie; minerals as a way of earning a living.

The Lima agreement, as can now be plainly seen, was simply Australia contribution to the roll out of Agenda 21 and the NWO Agenda.

In the last 20 years Australia has signed over 2,000 international agreement, the latest is the Trans Pacific Partnership. One of these was the Unidroit treaty.

None of these agreements, from what I have read, were ever reviewed to see if they required Australian to breach its own constitution because the Adroit treatment certainly does.

In fact; it requires Australia to bring in Private Law. Private law is any agreement with the Commonwealth Government where people who claim the dole or a pension or family payment. It requires them to step outside the protections of some parts of the the Australian constitution. One in, they cannot get out.

Believe it or not but UNiDROIT is very closely linked to the VATICAN and its very Anti democratic and very anti rule-of-law. Its about enslavement.


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Re: justinian deception

Post by El E Mentary on Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:02 am

You could always petition Her Majesty to sack the Ozzie government, it's one of her powers. She can't do it with the U.K. Gov though due to the parliament act 2011. Don't forget the correct format of a petition, "we humbly pray and beseech thee."

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Post by Ausk on Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:19 am

@El E Mentary wrote:You could always petition Her Majesty to sack the Ozzie government, it's one of her powers. She can't do it with the U.K. Gov though due to the parliament act 2011.  Don't forget the correct format of a petition, "we humbly pray and beseech thee."

Many would love to do that but ......

In the 1970 the Aus PM of the day asked the queen if he could start another government. She said no so he said well up yours and did it anyway.

Its called the Australian Government and the Australian Parliament. Well chosen names.

Most people, including me, just thought its the same dog, different name and a good idea too, make it more aaaustraaaliaan.

Under our constitution the queen must appoint the Governor General and all the state governors. These people all report to the Queen and no-one else. Their main role was to review proposed laws coming up through the parliament and give Royal Assent to the proposed legislation on her behalf, the proposed law was consistent with the constitution. When they gave their assent it become law when they issued the proclamation and it comes into effect on the date of proclamation.

If the proposed law coming up from the parliament was not consistent with the constitution, the GG and G's sent it back to the senate, Federally and the upper house (state) for amendment or simply just let it sit if the Senate or upper house did not amend it.

Under the new parliament, the aus gubment and the aus parliament, the prime minster now appoints the GG and the state premiers appoint the state governors.  and they report to the PM and to state P's respectively.

Constitutionally speaking; no law passed by the federal or state governments since the 1970s is legal or lawful. Mind you, there are dozens of football stadiums full of politicians, lawyers, bureaucrats, journos, judiciary, news media etc etc who will stand up and scream and shout unitl they are blue in the face swearing their heads off that such laws are both legal and lawful. This has been going on since the 1970s and still only a small fraction of the population is aware of this situation.

A testament to the media's ability to keep a lid on things.

In terms of partitioning the queen; that could work I'll have to look into that and see why it has not been tried but a real problem is that the queen could say no due to declining popularity in the UK hence their use-by date might be hastened if they said yes.. Another problem is that there are dozens of issues that consume the very small percentage of people who are even aware of and the even smaller number of people concerned about these issues for it to get off the ground and the govt would seize upon it and say Australians like things the way they are.

The changes that have occurred in the 70's were done in the expectation that aus would soon become a republic and the changes were intended to slide the republic right into the slot in the new structure.

A referendum was held in the 1980' or 90s whenever; but it was not carried.

These days there is a growing sentiment that having an English queen is not right for Australia but this sentiment has been fostered and kicked along by those who want us to become a republic. The powers that should not be; want a republic as a way of getting around the constitution. If we become a republic we will have a hell of a lot less rights than we now have under the constitution even through that is being shredded by each govt in turn.

I personally fear that a referendum on the matter could pass because of all the young "immigrants' who have been exported here over the last 10 years or so would vote for it because they don't have a bloody clue what the history is or the issues are and they fall for the crap trotted out by the media.

One of the strengths we do have is that a lot of the commonwealth laws we have are inherited laws from the UK and can only be changed by the UK govt. This came about because when Aus become a nation in 1901, we had no national laws so the brit gov put of bundle of their laws together and said 'here, take these and use them." A referendum was then held asking if the aus people wanted them and they said yes, because it gave us something to work with.

All this tends, I think, to work against partitioning the queen to sack the govt at this time but I will try to find out why partitioning the queen has not been tried.


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