No Carbon Tax Rally Hyde Park Sydney 9 July 2011 – part 1&2 of 5

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Featuring Christopher Monckton, Joanne Nova and Dr. David Evans, this rally was held the day before the official release of the Gillard Labor Government’s carbon tax policy, due to go into effect on July 1, 2012.

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Part II – The Senate
7. The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, directly chosen
by the people of the State, voting, until the Parliament otherwise provides, as
one electorate.
Part III – The House of Representatives

24. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members directly
chosen by the people of the Commonwealth, and the number of such members shall
be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of senators.
Part V – Powers of the Parliament
51. The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make
laws for the peace, order, and good government of the Commonwealth with respect

Chapter V – The States
sect 53
…..the senate may not ammend proposed laws imposing taxation,or appropriating revenue or monies for the ordinary annual services of the government. the Senate may not amend any proposed law so as to increase any proposed charge or burden on the people……..
106. The Constitution of each State of the Commonwealth shall, subject to
this Constitution, continue as at the establishment of the Commonwealth, or as
at the admission of establishment of the State, as the case may be, until
altered in accordance with the Constitution of the State.


I, A.B., do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her
Majesty Queen Victoria, Her heirs and successors according to law. SO HELP ME

Section 53 of our Constitution and their oath.

What is Treason ?

“53. Proposed laws appropriating revenue or moneys, or
imposing taxation, shall not originate in the Senate. But a
proposed law shall not be taken to appropriate revenue or
moneys, or to impose taxation, by reason only of its containing
provisions for the imposition or appropriation of fines or other
pecuniary penalties, or for the demand or payment or
appropriation of fees for licences, or fees for services under the
proposed law.
The Senate may not amend proposed laws imposing taxation,
or proposed laws appropriating revenue or moneys for the
ordinary annual services of the Government.
The Senate may not amend any proposed law so as to increase
any proposed charge or burden on the people.”
The Senate may at any stage return to the House of
Representatives any proposed law which the Senate may not
amend, requesting, by message, the omission or amendment of
any items or provisions therein. And the House of
Representatives may, if it thinks fit, make any of such omissions
or amendments, with or without modifications.
Except as provided in this section, the Senate shall have equal
power with the House of Representatives in respect of all
proposed laws.

Definitions of tyrant on the Web:

a cruel and oppressive dictator
in ancient Greece, a ruler who had seized power without legal right to it
any person who exercises power in a cruel way; “his father was a tyrant”

In modern usage, the word “tyrant” carries connotations of a harsh and cruel ruler who places his or her own interests or the interests of a small oligarchy over the best interests of the general population, which the tyrant governs or controls. …

*The Tyrant (novel), 2008 novel by Ryan A. Murray *The Tyrant (House), episode of U.S. television series House

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5 Responses to No Carbon Tax Rally Hyde Park Sydney 9 July 2011 – part 1&2 of 5

  1. pameaPamea says:

    Ken Sullivan’s wheat and legume farm at Springsure, Qld, has become a flashpoint in a test of will between the mining and farm sectors. Picture: Lyndon Mechielsen Source: The Australian
    Tyrinnay of these times..
    ”KEN Sullivan’s fourth-generation family property has become the latest flashpoint in the test of will between the booming mining industry and t agricultural sector.

    The 4600ha wheat and legume farm in central Queensland is in the heart of one of the nation’s richest food bowls. But the property is also in the sights of minerals exploration firm Bandanna Energy, which has proposed a new underground coalmine.

    Mr Sullivan has joined forces with other aggrieved growers — just one outbreak of hostilities in a larger battlefield stretching from the rich coalfields of Queensland and the Liverpool Plains in NSW, to mining areas that ring Sydney.

    But the 71-year-old says he has more right to be outraged than most, since the Bligh government promised him less than two months ago that new mines would be banned from appearing anywhere near the state’s so-called agricultural “golden triangle”.

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    Related Coverage
    Farmers fear no-mine policy loophole Courier Mail, 10 days ago
    Miners snap up prime farming land Courier Mail, 3 Jul 2011
    Coal meets the last man standing The Australian, 17 Jun 2011
    Policy ‘fails’ mining and farmers Courier Mail, 16 Jun 2011
    Trigger maps rile both sides The Australian, 31 May 2011
    “But it only took them two days to backflip and let the mining companies walk all over them,” he told The Weekend Australian on his property at Springsure, 600km northwest of Brisbane.

    “It’s simple: governments sniff mining royalties and they can’t help themselves. Who can blame them? But we’re facing a world food shortage, and saving your prime agricultural land is a lot more important.”

    The security of strategic cropping land is shaping as a major election issue in Queensland, with the Liberal National Party annual convention yesterday voting to review all mining and exploration permits if it wins the next poll, due within 11 months.

    Under Queensland’s SCL proposal, the golden triangle should be off limits to new mines unless the developers submitted their environmental impact statement terms of reference by May 31.

    Bandanna Energy — which was two days late — struck a deal with the Bligh government to be exempted from the laws, designed to protect prime agricultural land from the explosion of coal seam gas and minerals exploration across Queensland.

    Under the deal, the mine will be permitted to “permanently alienate” prime cropping land provided it attempts to “mitigate or minimise” whatever damage is caused.

    Land is deemed to be permanently alienated when other activities prevent cropping for 50 years or more. For its part, Bandanna agreed to abandon its plans for a destructive open-cut mine, instead opting for a less lucrative underground one.

    Natural Resources Minister Rachel Nolan said the government feared “switching the goalposts” on the company could have stoked fears of sovereign risk, spooking investors.

    Mr Sullivan fears the protection will not prevent subsidence from destroying his crops.

    “All of Queensland seems to be built on coal, so why do they come here? It’s because we’re close to railways and port access, so they can take more profit.”

    Bandanna Energy managing director Ray Shaw said minor subsidence was possible but damage would be “very, very manageable”.

    Agricultural land on the Darling Downs is also protected by the SCL regime.

  2. pameaPamea says:

    It is not a case of Australian Farmer V Australian Miner..
    The World of Car, Bus, Truck & Railway Rolling Stock, anything Metal Manufacturers
    Coming in & Taking Over, yes, they already have…
    No amount of Pay gives ‘the Worker,’ Job Satisfaction,, & Gillards Government &
    Carbon Tax on Australians is the Straw, the Last Straw
    Royaties for State & CT for Feds & still no improvement to our roads
    Six months ago .. and still may killed on these roads for the want of Federal Funding

    The Motorists have a death wish.. want to be there yesterday

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  4. PeterBDunn says:

    please also listen to
    Wednesday, 17 August 2011
    Dr Wes Allen on the carbon tax
    Alan Jones speaks to Dr Wes Allen about Tim Flannery and the carbon tax.

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