Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Bill of Rights (1688) valid in Queensland

Quite simply put, the Bill of Rights (1688) is valid in the state of Queensland, Australia.

Something the 'authorities' would not want you to know about?



Please note Section 12 (Grants of forfeiture) states:

That all grants and promises of fines and forfeitures of particular persons before conviction are illegal and void.

 
The document from the Attorney General and Minister for Justice to a Mr. Fraser confirms this.

See illustration below:


You can also download the Bill of Rights 1688 (UK) at:




Edit:

A comment added that should reside within this article.

Blogger darryloflife said...
 
The key to the Bill of Rights as inherited is the fact that the enemy at the door has always been to the English at least since 1215 an entity known as the Pope and his Princes. 

The Bill of Rights specifically forbids any person to operate at any level of Government who has any form of allegiance to the Pope or any of his Princes. 

When we wake up to that fact is when we can sort out the mess that the Pope leaves whenever he is allowed anywhere near the Public realm.
 



1 comment:

darryloflife said...

The key to the Bill of Rights as inherited is the fact that the enemy at the door has always been to the English at least since 1215 an entity known as the Pope and his Princes. The Bill of Rights specifically forbids any person to operate at any level of Government who has any form of allegiance to the Pope or any of his Princes. When we wake up to that fact is when we can sort out the mess that the Pope leaves whenever he is allowed anywhere near the Public realm.