on 17/11/2010 upon my attendance at the warrawong community hall to partake of the provided lunch, i commented to a male person/worker named terry about the fact that ATF fencing is getting paid public monies that could be other wise put to better use, than to fence off the quarter acre block of grass immediatley across the road from where this person works . I suggested he make call to ATF,
During this conversatioin a female complained inrelation to the F*** word. I then had to eexplain to her a prior magistrates ruling that, that word (F****) is no longer deemed to be offensive. a short time later i left the hall after eating my lunch.
Today the 18/11/2010 about 12.20pm i attended my local warrawong community hall , where people are paid under the preventipon of crime strategy from our premiers office(some $50,000 P/a) and i was again informed by one Maxynne Grahame that i am barred from the community centre for 6 weeks, whilst she poked me in my chest with her index finger. which made me walk backwards away from the hall where the food was being served. she then informed me that if i didnt leave the hall she would call the police. So i, made my self a cup of coffee, sat down. and asked other volunteers if I may be provided with a meal. To which a negative response was met. I then asked how this was constitutiional under the human rights act of 2004 and nobody would answer me , I was ignored. the Police didnt attend, and i left as i could see the obvious pre planned discrimination to deny me a meal for which they get paid to provide for the community. I later learned that other members of the community were denied a takeaway meal due to aparrently my stuffing “it” whatever “It ” is up for other people withim the warrawong community.
At 1408 hrs constable augaustini attended my flat in colmpany with a female officer alledging to me that i am banned from the hall for six weeks due to my violence and aggression? i asked him what was my violence and aggression? No reply was recieved i then informed the police in attendance at my door that i considered the request to be discriminatory and in breach of the human rights act of 2004. the police then placed some documents inbetween by screen and screen door. and left.
Human Rights Act 2004
An Act to respect, protect and promote human rights
8 Recognition and equality before the law
(1) Everyone has the right to recognition as a person before the law.
(2) Everyone has the right to enjoy his or her human rights without
distinction or discrimination of any kind.
(3) Everyone is equal before the law and is entitled to the equal
protection of the law without discrimination. In particular, everyone
has the right to equal and effective protection against discrimination
on any ground.
Examples of discrimination
Discrimination because of race, colour, sex, sexual orientation, language, religion,
political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, disability or
14 Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief
(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and
religion. This right includes—
(a) the freedom to have or to adopt a religion or belief of his or her
(b) the freedom to demonstrate his or her religion or belief in
worship, observance, practice and teaching, either individually
or as part of a community and whether in public or private.
(2) No-one may be coerced in a way that would limit his or her freedom
to have or adopt a religion or belief in worship, observance, practice
16 Freedom of expression
(1) Everyone has the right to hold opinions without interference.
(2) Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right includes
the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all
kinds, regardless of borders, whether orally, in writing or in print, by
way of art, or in another way chosen by him or her.
17 Taking part in public life
Every citizen has the right, and is to have the opportunity, to—
(a) take part in the conduct of public affairs, directly or through
freely chosen representatives; and
(b) vote and be elected at periodic elections, that guarantee the free
expression of the will of the electors; and
(c) have access, on general terms of equality, for appointment to
the public service and public office.
18 Right to liberty and security of person
(1) Everyone has the right to liberty and security of person. In
particular, no-one may be arbitrarily arrested or detained.
(2) No-one may be deprived of liberty, except on the grounds and in
accordance with the procedures established by law.
Schedule 1 ICCPR source of human
ICCPR source of human rights Schedule 1
A2004-5 Human Rights Act 2004
Unauthorised version prepared by ACT Parliamentary Counsel’s Office
14 16 (1) right to hold opinions 19 (1)
15 16 (2) freedom of expression 19 (2), (3)
16 17 taking part in public life 25
17 18 (1)-
right to liberty and security of
ICCPR means the International Covenant on Civil and Political
international law includes—
(a) the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and
other human rights treaties to which Australia is a party; and
(b) general comments and views of the United Nations human
rights treaty monitoring bodies; and
(c) declarations and standards adopted by the United Nations
General Assembly that are relevant to human rights.
Justice Kirby said it all when he commented on the Spine Less sydney siders who were locked out of the Australian Constitution talkshe attended YOUR RIGHTS ARE PAID FOR IN BLOOD DONT FORGET THAT EVER.