The Constitution- Dick Yardley
Dick Yardley joins us to discuss his research into the Constitution, ‘In a Geographical sense’. Together we discuss historical changes made to the Constitution and the establishment of subsequent ‘Acts’, developing a new layer of Statute Law by which the Government, Courts, Bureaucracy, Police and all organs of the State now implement their will on the people.
26 November, World Bank Whistle Blower Reveals Jesuit Plot. KAREN HUDES,
I read the following in the Australian 9/6/14
“Our social engineers with their nanny state mentality have much to learn – but unfortunately we all pay for their very costly experiments.”
Australians will have to become like Icelanders, Remember the debt the bankers attempted to foist upon the icelanders and the subsequent incarceration of certian bankers?… Well australia time to Iceland Up! Did you consent to the social experiment to spend your Future fund taxes, given to one of the richest men in the world, and to the UN for a temporary set, Me thinks Not! so, Just as a c0ntract is invalid if full disclosure isnt given to both parties, similarly the so called indentured servintudinal debt levy , carbon tax ,GST and anything else found not to comply with section 53 of your constitution is also invalid. Am i making any sense to you yet?
Kings Seal Wednesday 13 August, 8:30pm
Conspiracy, Treason, Betrayal, Rape and Murder: Welcome to the Free-Settler Colony of South Australia. In 1836, King William IV and the British Parliament enshrined into law the “Letters Patent”, the founding document that established the state of South Australia. Unknown to many people today, the Letters Patent included a unique guarantee to protect and legally secure land rights for all of South Australia’s Aboriginal people and Descendants – giving Aboriginal people the right to occupy and enjoy their land for always. This legal right, still enshrined in law today, was in fact the first ever Aboriginal land rights secured in Australia’s history – rights that have been denied since 1836.
Listen to the highlights of the Brian Wilshire show, August 15.
13 August 2014 Bailout or bail-in?
Craig Isherwood reflects on the dangers facing Australia’s financial system
Our guest today in the 2nd hour is Craig Isherwood, secretary of the Citizens Electoral Council. Craig and the CEC have been lobbying intensively for changes to financial regulations which would create a separation between merchant and commercial banks, to prevent depositors’ funds being used for high risk investments like derivative trading. In our discussion Craig explains and elucidates some of the obscure “financial instruments” that are being used by merchant banks, and he warns us that a banking collapse in Australia is all but inevitable. In the first hour we bring you an investigation into the prejudice and delusion of the Australian and American public over what is happening in the Middle East and the Ukraine.
FROM SOVEREIGN TO SERF—
Govt by the Treachery and Deception of Words
Roger Sayles has done a masterful job, in fact, of enumerating exactly where our rights come from, how they are interpreted legally and how they have been continually eroded since virtually the inception of the Republic — and certainly since the Fourteenth Amendment and subsequent legal deceptions. I have not seen a clearer, better-documented explanation of how a de facto federal government has tricked us out of our God-given, constitutionally protected liberties and into volunteering for a legal status of slavery. — Gary Kinghorn, correspondent – The Dollar Vigilante depositors’ funds being used for high risk investments like derivative trading.