PARTS OF AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATION THË GILLARD REGIME WANTS TO STRIKE OUT – Where’s their Mandate?


Please be informed

www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzEEgtOFFlM&feature=feedf

Agenda 21 explained very well. Including implications it will have on humanity. Opinions within the video come in some cases from those that were in on the negotiations. Truly an interesting watch.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziVUD5QsbmI&feature=watch_res

http://austeaparty.com.au/web/criminal-economics/

http://austeaparty.com.au/web/on-the-verge-of-communist-australia/

http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House_of_Representatives_Committees?url=pjcis/nsl2012/index.htm

THE BELOW IS THE PARTS OF AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATION THË GILLARD REGIME WANTS TO STRIKE OUT – Be Afraid, very Afraid       ANNEX A   Section 80.1 of the Criminal Code contains the offence of treason       (e)  engages in conduct that assists by any means whatever, with intent to assist, an enemy:                                 (i)  at war with the Commonwealth, whether or not the existence of a state of war has been declared; and                                (ii)  specified by Proclamation made for the purpose of this paragraph to be an enemy at war with the Commonwealth; or                         (f)  engages in conduct that assists by any means whatever, with intent to assist:                                 (i)  another country; or                                (ii)  an organisation;                               that is engaged in armed hostilities against the Australian Defence Force; or       (1A) Paragraphs (1)(e) and (f) do not apply to engagement in conduct by way of, or for the purposes of, the provision of aid of a humanitarian nature.   Note 1        A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (1A). See subsection 13.3(3).   Note 2:      There is a defence in section 80.3 for acts done in good faith.       80.2  Sedition Urging violence against the Constitution etc.   Urging the overthrow of the Constitution or Government                (1)  A person commits an offence if the person urges another person to overthrow by force or violence:                        (a)  the Constitution; or                        (b)  the Government of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory; or                        (c)  the lawful authority of the Government of the Commonwealth.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 7 years.       Urging interference in Parliamentary elections                (3)  A person commits an offence if the person urges another person to interfere by force or violence with lawful processes for an election of a member or members of a House of the Parliament.   Penalty:    Imprisonment for 7 years.       Urging violence within the community                (5)  A person commits an offence if:                        (a)  the person urges a group or groups (whether distinguished by race, religion, nationality or political opinion) to use force or violence against another group or other groups (as so distinguished); and                        (b)  the use of the force or violence would threaten the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 7 years.                (6)  Recklessness applies to the element of the offence under subsection (5) that it is a group or groups that are distinguished by race, religion, nationality or political opinion that the first‑mentioned person urges the other person to use force or violence against.       Urging a person to assist the enemy                (7)  A person commits an offence if:                        (a)  the person urges another person to engage in conduct; and                        (b)  the first‑mentioned person intends the conduct to assist an organisation or country; and                        (c)  the organisation or country is:                                 (i)  at war with the Commonwealth, whether or not the existence of a state of war has been declared; and                                (ii)  specified by Proclamation made for the purpose of paragraph 80.1(1)(e) to be an enemy at war with the Commonwealth.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 7 years.   Urging a person to assist those engaged in armed hostilities                (8)  A person commits an offence if:                        (a)  the person urges another person to engage in conduct; and                        (b)  the first‑mentioned person intends the conduct to assist an organisation or country; and                        (c)  the organisation or country is engaged in armed hostilities against the Australian Defence Force.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 7 years.   Defence                (9)  Subsections (7) and (8) do not apply to engagement in conduct by way of, or for the purposes of, the provision of aid of a humanitarian nature.   Note 1:       A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (9). See subsection 13.3(3).   Note 2:       There is a defence in section 80.3 for acts done in good faith.       Urging a person to assist the enemy                (7)  A person commits an offence if:                        (a)  the person urges another person to engage in conduct; and                        (b)  the first‑mentioned person intends the conduct to assist an organisation or country; and                        (c)  the organisation or country is:                                 (i)  at war with the Commonwealth, whether or not the existence of a state of war has been declared; and                                (ii)  specified by Proclamation made for the purpose of paragraph 80.1(1)(e) to be an enemy at war with the Commonwealth.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 7 years.   Urging a person to assist those engaged in armed hostilities                (8)  A person commits an offence if:                        (a)  the person urges another person to engage in conduct; and                        (b)  the first‑mentioned person intends the conduct to assist an organisation or country; and                        (c)  the organisation or country is engaged in armed hostilities against the Australian Defence Force.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 7 years.   Defence                (9)  Subsections (7) and (8) do not apply to engagement in conduct by way of, or for the purposes of, the provision of aid of a humanitarian nature.   Note 1:       A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (9). See subsection 13.3(3).   Note 2:       There is a defence in section 80.3 for acts done in good faith.       80.5  Attorney‑General’s consent required                (1)  Proceedings for an offence against this Division must not be commenced without the Attorney‑General’s written consent.                (2)  Despite subsection (1):                        (a)  a person may be arrested for an offence against this Division; or                        (b)  a warrant for the arrest of a person for such an offence may be issued and executed;   and the person may be charged, and may be remanded in custody or on bail, but:                        (c)  no further proceedings may be taken until that consent has been obtained; and                        (d)  the person must be discharged if proceedings are not continued within a reasonable time.       30A  Unlawful associations                (1)  The following are hereby declared to be unlawful associations, namely:                        (a)  any body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, which by its constitution or propaganda or otherwise advocates or encourages:                                 (i)  the overthrow of the Constitution of the Commonwealth by revolution or sabotage;                                (ii)  the overthrow by force or violence of the established government of the Commonwealth or of a State or of any other civilized country or of organized government; or                               (iii)  the destruction or injury of property of the Commonwealth or of property used in trade or commerce with other countries or among the States;                               or which is, or purports to be, affiliated with any organization which advocates or encourages any of the doctrines or practices specified in this paragraph;                        (b)  any body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, which by its constitution or propaganda or otherwise advocates or encourages the doing of any act having or purporting to have as an object the carrying out of a seditious intention (see subsection (3)).             (1A)  Without limiting the effect of the provisions of subsection (1), any body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, which is, in pursuance of section 30AA, declared by the Federal Court of Australia to be an unlawful association, shall be deemed to be an unlawful association for the purposes of this Act.                (2)  Any branch or committee of an unlawful association, and any institution or school conducted by or under the authority or apparent authority of an unlawful association, shall, for all the purposes of this Act, be deemed to be an unlawful association.                (3)  In this section:   seditious intention means an intention to use force or violence to effect any of the following purposes:                        (a)  to bring the Sovereign into hatred or contempt;                        (b)  to urge disaffection against the following:                                 (i)  the Constitution;                                (ii)  the Government of the Commonwealth;                               (iii)  either House of the Parliament;                        (c)  to urge another person to attempt to procure a change, otherwise than by lawful means, to any matter established by law of the Commonwealth;                        (d)  to promote feelings of ill‑will or hostility between different groups so as to threaten the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth.   30AA  Application for declaration as to unlawful association   (1)                The Attorney‑General may apply to the Federal Court of Australia for an order calling upon any body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, to show cause why it should not be declared to be an unlawful association.   (2)        An application under subsection (1):   (3)               (a)        shall be made on the ground that the body of persons to which it relates is one which is described in subsection 30A(1); and   (4)               (b)        shall be by summons which may contain averments setting out the facts relied upon in support of the application.   (5)        (4)        Service of a summons under this section upon the body of persons specified in the summons may be effected by publication of the summons in the Gazette and in a daily newspaper circulating in the city or town in which the head office in Australia of that body is stated in the summons to be situate, but the Court may order such further or other service as it thinks fit.   (6)        (5)        Any officer or member of the body of persons specified in any summons issued under this section may appear on behalf of that body to show cause.   (7)        (7)        If cause to the contrary is not shown to the satisfaction of the Court, it may make an order declaring the respondent body of persons to be an unlawful association.   (8)        (8)        Any person who is an interested person in relation to any declaration made under this section may, within 14 days after the making of any such declaration, apply to the Federal Court of Australia for the setting aside of the order.   (9)        (9)        Any application made under subsection (8) shall be heard by a Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia, and upon the hearing of the application the Court may affirm or annul the order.   (10)           30AB  Attorney‑General may require information   (11)                       (1)        If the Attorney‑General believes that any person has in his or her possession any information or documents relating to an unlawful association, he or she may require the person, or, in the case of a corporation, any person holding a specified office in the corporation:   (12)           (a)        to answer questions;   (13)           (b)        to furnish information; and   (14)           (c)        allow the inspection of documents belonging to, or in the possession of, that person or that corporation, as the case may be;   (15)           relating to:   (16)           (d)        any money, property or funds belonging to or held by or on behalf of an unlawful association, or as to which there is reasonable cause to believe that they belong to or are held by or on behalf of an unlawful association;   (17)           (e)        any payments made directly or indirectly by, to, or on behalf of, an unlawful association, or as to which there is reasonable cause to believe that they are so made; or   (18)           (f)        any transactions to which an unlawful association is or is reasonably believed to be a party.   (19)                       (2)        Any person failing or neglecting to answer questions, furnish information or produce documents as required in pursuance of this section, shall be guilty of an offence.   (20)           Penalty:             Imprisonment for 6 months.       30B  Officers of unlawful associations                      Any person over the age of 18 years who is a member of an unlawful association, and any person who occupies or acts in any office or position in or of an unlawful association, or who acts as a representative of an unlawful association, or who acts as a teacher in any institution or school conducted by or under the authority or apparent authority of an unlawful association, shall be guilty of an offence.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 1 year.   30C  Advocating or inciting to crime                      Any person who by speech or writing advocates or encourages:                        (a)  the overthrow of the Constitution of the Commonwealth by revolution or sabotage;                        (b)  the overthrow by force or violence of the established government of the Commonwealth or of a State or of any other civilized country or of organized government; or                        (c)  the destruction or injury of property of the Commonwealth or of property used in trade or commerce with other countries or among the States;   shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to imprisonment for any period not exceeding 2 years.   30D  Giving or soliciting contributions for unlawful associations                (1)  Any person who:                        (a)  gives or contributes money or goods to an unlawful association; or                        (b)  receives or solicits subscriptions or contributions of money or goods for an unlawful association;   shall be guilty of an offence.   Penalty:  Imprisonment for 6 months.                (2)  For the purposes of this section the printer and the publisher of a newspaper or periodical which contains any solicitation of subscriptions or contributions of money or goods for an unlawful association, or any notification or indication as to places where or persons to whom payment or delivery may be made of subscriptions or contributions of money or goods for an unlawful association, shall be deemed to solicit subscriptions or contributions of money or goods for an unlawful association.   30E  Books etc. issued by unlawful association not transmissible by post                (1)  No book, periodical, pamphlet, handbill, poster or newspaper issued by or on behalf or in the interests of any unlawful association shall:                        (a)  if posted in Australia, be transmitted through the post; or                        (b)  in the case of a newspaper, be registered as a newspaper under the provisions of the Postal Services Act 1975.                (2)  Any newspaper registered under that Act, which is issued by or on behalf or in the interests of any unlawful association, shall be removed from the register.   http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House_of_Representatives_Committees?url=pjcis/nsl2012/index.htm

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7 Responses to PARTS OF AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATION THË GILLARD REGIME WANTS TO STRIKE OUT – Where’s their Mandate?

  1. PeterBDunn says:

    http://rt.com/programs/keiser-report/episode-328-max-keiser/
    Stacy Herbert discuss the shadowy traders operating faster than the speed of light in the ‘Franken-market.’ Keiser asks: “What if a high-frequency-trading algorithm-bot shrugged?” In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Sandeep Jaitly of FeketeResearch.com about the real Austrian economics of Carl Menger versus the fake Austrian economics of Ludwig von Mises, and how Ben Bernanke’s confusing ideas on money and central banks are leading us into a second Dark Age. Max and Sandeep also discuss the reasons why Rehypothecation in London is fraud. Finally, Max hopes Lew Rockwell watches and learns.

    A must see if you havnt yet and you live down under!!

  2. pamea says:

    We cannot keep our thoughts rolling off our tongues. Wonder what flack the woman copped later?

  3. PeterBDunn says:

    http://liberalpartyofaustralia.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/r/350870DB8BD8CBB6/8F62843142C93022025DA65DC0D0F53A
    Two years of a compromised government

    For the past two years life has been made more difficult because of the Labor-Greens’ partnership.

    1. Breaking its promise on a Carbon Tax;
    2. Breaking its promise on a Citizens’ Assembly;
    3. Establishing a $10 billion slush fund for favoured renewable energy projects;
    4. Cutting the private health insurance rebate;
    5. Reducing the childcare rebate at a time of skyrocketing childcare fees;
    6. Abolishing the Australian Building and Construction Commission – returning union militancy to the construction industry;
    7. Quietly dissolving the Work for the Dole scheme;
    8. Increasing Fringe Benefits Tax on vehicles;
    9. Establishing an inquiry into the media;
    10. Creating marine reserves without proper community consultation.

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