Saturday, April 9, 2016

Governor General not legitimately employed

Letter to Turnbull from senior law researcher says Governor General not legitimately employed

Dear Prime Minister,

Writing to you appears to be a waste of time, but nonetheless I think you should listen to what I am about to tell you. In 1965 without a referendum as prescribed by S 128 Constitution the Parliament of the Commonwealth introduced Decimal Currency. In 1966 without a referendum courts of Judicature were abolished in Bankruptcy jurisdiction and Star Chambers introduced at the option of a Judge. ( S 30 (3) Bankruptcy Act 1966. One David John Walter of Herberton Queensland has been made Bankrupt in one of these Star Chambers probably by a Registrar. He says he cannot be made bankrupt for a Costs Order expressed in Australian Dollars. S 3 Australian Constitution, prescribes the Salary of the Governor General SHALL by paid in pounds.


Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy, arrive at Kinselas to enjoy the Sydney mardi gras parade. 

Picture: Kristi Miller, Source:News Corp Australia

Since the Salary of the Governor General has not been paid in Pounds, since 1966, he argues that the Governor General has not been legitimately employed, and the whole system of Government has become corrupted by this error. He argues that NO Legislation since 1966 has been legitimately approved by any Governor General because none of them have been paid in legitimate currency. Notwithstanding that, the fraud industry in Bankruptcy must be addressed. I have been pushing for this since 1993, and made a vexatious litigant for continuing to do so. Telling the truth is vexatious to some.

David John Walter tried to have the Federal Court of Australia Judicially Review the possession order against him issued by a Star Chamber in Queensland. A State Star Chamber and the Federal Court of Australia says they have no jurisdiction to do so. You should get an Officer of the Australian Federal Police to attend the Brisbane Registry of the Federal Court of Australia and point out to them that S 39B 1A (b) Judiciary Act 1903 written in the language of the Law, English, gives them original jurisdiction to entertain this Appeal under S 2 Judiciary Act 1903. The definition of appeal is also written in English.

By claiming No Jurisdiction the Federal Court of Australia has offended S 43 Crimes Act 1914, ( Cth). A measure introduced in 1914 and tested in the High Court in 1915, in Kidman V The King, to guarantee the integrity of courts of Judicature. This is what the Australian Federal Police Officer should point out and advise that this law is still in force, and has been increased to impose ten years jail on an offender. I am aware that the fertiliser will hit the ventilator over this. However I would advise a referendum to normalise the currency before embarking on the adventure of a Double Dissolution. Due to this endemic corruption I am dependent on the Age Pension. I should be a very wealthy man. Along with millions of others. I am very frightened of its ramifications, but no one should have to endure what I and David John Walter have had to put up with.

Kind regards

Peter Alexander Gargan



cairnsnews.org 7 April 2016

Friday, April 8, 2016

Taking fees under pretext of being officer sheriff

Is someone who calls themselves the 'sheriff' extorting cash from you?

Is this person in office of the sheriff legally taking away your possessions?

If they're not legitimate you may have a course of action if you live in Victoria.

One of your remedies may be contained within a law (read Act) called the Supreme Court Act (1958) Vic, Section 183.

See illustration below:

The Supreme Court Act [1958] Vic, difficult to obtain(?), easy to read.

You can download a copy from:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B21_coIgIYu2MmFia2YyRXQzcFk/view?usp=sharing

or alternatively from Austlii at:

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/vic/hist_act/sca1958183.pdf

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Infringements Court - What exactly is it?

Many Victorians may have received a fine from a place purported to be the 'Infringements Court'.

For those new to law, the 'main' points that one should note are:


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

as from a document called the Bill of Rights (1689) and not from the Imperial Acts Application Act (1980) Sect 8.

See link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B21_coIgIYu2RG9udU1CaURRLTQ/view?usp=sharing

  • ALL Australian courts must be constituted, have their Act, and be a premises where adversary law is applied, i.e. applicant, defendant and judge.
Can you find the "Infringements Court Act"?
  • ALL Australian Courts must be in line with (Chapter III of) the Australian 'Constitution'. 

The Australian 'Constitution' is contained within a (U.K) document called An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia 1900, from Section 9 onwards.

See link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B21_coIgIYu2blVRSkVidDRiTU0


The 'Infringements Court' is a computer.



Well, that's not entirely accurate....

It's actually 3 computers with people operating them who are NOT sworn officers of the Supreme Court or Magistrates' Court of Victoria.

Ask for them by name.

According to the Victorian government (www.vic.gov.au) the current address for the 'Infringements Court' is:

Ground Floor
227 William St.
Melbourne
Victoria 3000.

Ref: http://www.vic.gov.au/contactsandservices/directory/?ea0_lfz149_120.&organizationalUnit&56b18a19-0025-4945-83f5-0bdec109d21f





So, go there and ask for the judge who ruled with respect to your 'fine' where had your opportunity to defend yourself against your adversary, presenting ALL the evidence before the judge.

Ask for the judge's name, again.

Just to 'notify' them (a requirement in law to be 3 times), a third time to give the name of the judge who rule 'ex-parte' with regards to your matter.

Make no mistake about it, the government is enacting fraud, deceit and extortion against your person with regards to your (alleged) fine.

How can you really 'trust' these people??? !!! ???

If you have a so called 'warrant' against your 'Natural Person' from an (alleged) sheriff (Brendan Facey), then that's also unlawful, and subject to criminal actions, but that's another post or dozen.

Do not think the government will stop, YOU must take action in your matter.

What 'gentlemen' did to natives - Ota Benga


Has it (the attitude) really changed that much?

Have a look at what the Australian authorities are going to Indigenous Australian communities in Western Australia and the Northern Teritorry.

The Australian authorities classified the Indigenous Australians as Flora and Fauna and NOT men/women or people.

From the article on 20 Mar 2016 by rt.com of the headline:

100 years ago today, Ota Benga ended his horrible life after caged as ‘pygmy’ at Bronx Zoo


Benga shot himself after years of humiliation and heartbreak. ©
 
100 years ago, on March 20, 1916, Ota Benga took a gun and fired a bullet into his own heart, ending the short and tragic life of the “missing link” from Africa. 
 
His treatment at the hands of so-called gentlemen from New York’s Bronx Zoo and the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, Missouri came in the height of the eugenics movement, forty years after the end of (legal) slavery in America.

Today, Benga is remembered for his sacrifice in documentaries and on social media networks like Twitter, a martyr for the cause to end racism.

The 32-year old Mbuti man from along the Kasai River in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo stood just four feet, eleven inches tall and had teeth filed to sharp points, which was reportedly a tradition for his tribe.

His early life in the forests of Belgian Congo were violent and his wife and two children were killed by the Force Publique.

Samuel Phillips Verner, an American businessman in Africa tasked with acquiring pygmies for a “cultural evolution” display at the World’s Fair’s Louisiana Purchase Exposition, encountered Benga in 1904.

How Verner came to "acquire" Benga is unclear, with the “pioneering” Presbyterian missionary claiming to have "saved" him from a cannibalistic tribe who had kidnapped him.

Using Benga as a recruitment tool who could downplay the rightfully-distrustful attitude about white men, Verner managed to find more natives and brought them all to the US to be part of the exposition’s human displays.

The controversial exhibit showed real humans from a number of “exotic” ethnicities dressed in their native gear on a staged reproduction of their homes.

He returned to Africa after the fair and married for the second time, but came back to the US when his new wife died of a snakebite.

Verner got him a place to live inside at the American Museum of Natural History in New York where he was “free to roam” until he threw a chair at Florence Guggenheim and was relocated to the Bronx Zoo.

On a dark day in 1906, 40 years after the abolishment of slavery, Benga was billed as the “missing link”, on display in the Bronx Zoo cage alongside a monkey.

Crowds flocked to see the sight which entertained and disgusted in equal measure.

The secretary of the zoo at the time was eugenicist Madison Grant, whose writings on the “dangers” of “inferior” races outbreeding and mixed breeding with Caucasians earned him a letter of thanks from Adolf Hitler.

Despite the zoo claiming Benga was “employed”, he was never paid for his work in which he assisted employees in their duties.

Noting his popularity with visitors and his affection for the monkey enclosure, Benga was encouraged step by step to take up residency with the monkeys.

Soon his hammock was in an empty cage and a target was set up for his bow and arrow, ensuring he rarely needed to leave. He was now one of the zoo's most popular exhibits.

The New York Times wrote, “he is probably enjoying himself as well as he could anywhere in his country, and it is absurd to make moan over the imagined humiliation and degradation he is suffering.”

READ MORE: Never forget: Bronx Zoo criticized for treatment of elephants

There was also disgust expressed at Benga’s display, with a reader of The New York Globe writing: “I lived in the south several years, and consequently am not overfond of the negro, but believe him human. I think it a shame that the authorities of this great city should allow such a sight as that witnessed at the Bronx Park — a negro boy on exhibition in a monkey cage.”

Days later, the exhibit came to an end when members of the Colored Baptist Ministers Conference protested what they called “degrading”.

“We think we are worthy of being considered human beings, with souls,” the committee wrote.
Benga was removed from the enclosure, but was now famous for the wrong reasons.

Still "resident" at the zoo, now "free to roam" again, crowds followed the man, jeering and shouting at him.

He then moved to Lynchburg, Virginia, where his teeth were capped and his name changed to Otto Bingo, his American nickname.

He attended school for a short time until he felt his English was sufficient and took up work at a tobacco factory.

Soon he pined for his home in Africa, but a return was not likely due to the outbreak of World War I preventing passenger ship travel.

On March 20, 1916, he removed the caps from his teeth, built a ceremonial fire, and with a stolen gun, shot himself in what was likely a broken heart.

Benga was buried in an unmarked grave in Lynchburg, but his legacy lives on to remind us of man’s potential brutality to man.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Debt collectors BAYCORP - DO NOT PAY THEM UNTIL YOU'VE READ THIS

Debt collectors BAYCORP send from the address:

GPO Box 4372, Sydney NSW, 2001.

If you are being chased by BayCorp Debt Collection for debts that you have not paid, then unfortunately you may have been victim to some of the sleaziest collection tactics used by Australian debt collectors today.

A simple fact in today’s climate, debt collectors have got a lot more aggressive and in many documented cases, clearly breached the law in bullying and pressurising the vulnerable.

Are you right now, afraid to answer the unrecognised number ringing your mobile, reply to the threatening text messages demanding you pay, or receiving ridiculous red coloured letters, saying if you don’t pay they will visit your unit?

Before I start though, I know there are quite a lot of people who are in debt and just fed up with the calls,texts,letters and harassment. The good news, there are companies in Australia that can help you if in debt and you don’t really know where to turn. So if you need help today and just need this fixed click here

BayCorp Debt Collection. Don’t pay them until you’ve read this


Although most collectors stay within the bounds of the law, others behave in ways that are outrageous, heartless and/or just plain illegal. OK, let’s start from the beginning. By taking their business to pieces, you will see that hiding behind the mask of fear and bullying, it is in fact YOU that is control, not them.

  • DCA’s are a business, 99% are not here to help you or listen to your problems. Dog died, car on fire, lost your wallet? They don’t care…. Imagine a room with 100 people sitting at individual desks, with headsets on. These sales people are paid a bonus in accordance to how much they can get you to pay off the debt.

  • The staff at these call centres have morning meetings before they begin. Here, they are given tactics on how to get you to pay e.g. ‘ …tell them we have their neighbours’/bosses number and we will ask them for the money’….or…’if you don’t pay today, we will make arrangements to have your parents’ car taken away and sold off to pay off the debt’. The bosses at these companies tell the staff how much money they expect each of them to collect by the end of the day. When these people call you, talking/negotiating with them is as effective as double sided playing card
  • Where do BayCorp Debt Collection get the debts?…..they buy them, and in bulk . They have sales guys that target banks, institutions, mobile phone operators and buy a large collection of these debts for a % of the debt. What does this mean?…. Let’s say your debt from Bank ‘A’ is an old credit card and was for $1678……. usually the DCA buys it for 10-20% of original value. However they will demand full amount, plus, their own charges on top. So they pay around $300 and try and get over $2000 off you, and over a fixed agreed time, you can begin to see why they make so much money and don’t care about personal circumstances.
Now they have a database of all these debts in front of them with telephone numbers and addresses given from the original debtor…now what? They want cash from you, as quick as possible , with the least amount of effort on their part. So now they adopt various methods of achieving that…….

  • A standard letter BayCorp Debt Collection is sent to you, asking for the amount, plus charges back. Often breaching Aussie guidelines and making official looking documents intended or likely to, mislead debtors as to their status, for example, documents made to resemble court claims.

  • Phone calls – A favourite tactic – calling you about 5-10 times a day, on every number they have to contact you, mobile, home and work. Sometimes sending texts and asking you to call them back on premium rate numbers (which is illegal) Imagine the above happening to you everyday for the next month. This is physical/psychological harassment, it is illegal and once again something else that you can stop.

  • Now they will begin the nasty and often illegal tactics if they still have no success collecting the full amount, these include – which are all illegal -contacting you at unreasonable times, ignoring legitimate wishes in respect of when and where to contact you, claiming instructions from the courts, claiming to be bailiffs. Falsely implying or stating that action can or will be taken when it legally cannot us a business name which implies public body status, or falsely implying or stating that failure to pay a debt is a criminal offence or that criminal proceedings will be brought if debtors to pay in full, in unreasonably large instalments, or to increase payments when they are unable to do so. All of which are illegal

BayCorp Debt Collection. Don’t pay them until you’ve read this


Now you have a much better understanding of who you are dealing with and more importantly who BayCorp Debt Collection are. I will be writing in my next article –

‘How to fight them, to write off old debts, slash the amount they are demanding, to stop all telephone/texts from them and make them communicate only in letter…in fact a list of 50 key points you can use to take back control and power from them!

cantpaymydebt.com.au  24 Mar 2015

Government Gone Wild - Anti-bikie laws are an abuse of process

Queensland, Australia is not the only place where in the implementation of so called law there is an abuse of process.

The only difference there is that there was much attention drawn to this abuse of process by the 'authorities'.

ANY real honest lawyer should be able to tell you that apart from the fact that the laws put in place are unlawful, they are in breach of a document that the government does not want the masses to know about called the Constitution.

See: Larry Hannigan's - Voice of the Australian Constitution at:


http://larryhannigan.com/VOC.htm

Some people may say that the 'Constitution' ( Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (UK) ) is not valid, but it is listed as a currently valid Commonwealth Act at:

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_act/coaca430/

There is also a place called the High Court of Australia, which you can take you matter to with regards to law according to the Australian 'Constitution'.

In any event there are many unlawful Acts enacted by the people in government, but the masses are asleep.

It was only through the drawing of attention and chalenging the (unlawfully enacted) law all the way to the High Court that the criminals in government has to conceed.

The bikies are not the criminals, but rather the people who enacted the laws 'illegally'.

See article from 5 April 2016 by news.com.au of the headline:

Queensland Police have everything the need to beat bikies, says expert, despite repeal of anti-gangs law

Critics have said the repeal of Queensland’s anti-bikie laws could have a devastating effect.
Benedict Brook, news.com.au
QUEENSLAND’S anti-bikie laws, which the Government says it will axe by 2017, were an “abuse of process” and their dumping can’t come soon enough, a motorcycle gang expert has told news.com.au.
However, supporters of the laws say any watering down of the legislation gives the violent gangs the green light to resume operations.

On Monday, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the state’s Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment act, or VLAD laws — introduced by her predecessor Campbell Newman — would be scrapped following a report from the Taskforce on Organised Crime Legislation.

The laws, the most stringent in Australia, came into place in 2013 after a massive bikie brawl in Broadbeach, on the Gold Coast, a hotspot of Queensland’s outlaw motorcycle gangs.

The VLAD laws primarily prevented three or more members from criminal motorbike gangs, such as the Finks, Rebels and Bandidos, from meeting up.

Bikie clubhouses were also closed down and gang members stopped from wearing their club colours into licensed premises.

Police said the laws allowed them to make headway in operations targeting the gangs and the lack of clubhouses and colours had made the bikies far less visible.

But critics said elements of the legislation were far too broad and, ultimately, they had little effect in curbing the gangs’ criminal activities.
Police Minister Bill Byrne, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath announce the repeal of the VLAD laws. Picture: Mark Cranitch
Police Minister Bill Byrne, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath announce the repeal of the VLAD laws. Picture: Mark CranitchSource:News Corp Australia

MAYHEM ON STREETS

Last August, a case against five alleged bikies, who were arrested while buying ice cream on the Gold Coast, collapsed with the men’s lawyer remarking, “The biggest controversy was whether it should be a choc-top or a vanilla ice cream”.

That hasn’t stopped the laws backers from furiously trying to keep them in place.

Last week, a Gold Coast police officer, who was one of the key players in attempting to break up the gangs, said any watering down of the legislation would lead to a bikie turf war as different groups sought to dominate.

Superintendent Jim Keogh said it was important to remember the way things were before the VLAD laws.

“It was mayhem on the streets and the tough laws were what had to happen.”

“Surfers Paradise was always the Finks’ turf but they’re going to face a fight for it if the bikies return to the Coast,” he told the Courier Mail.

“Many Finks patched over to the Mongols before the VLAD laws and they are going to want Surfers Paradise.

“The Hells Angels have made the internal decision to expand, with their sights set on the same patch.”

Lawyer Zeke Bentley (centre) with bikies Mick Kosenko (Rebels) and Terry McCormack (Hells Angels) after the announcement of report’s findings on the VLAD laws. Picture: Mark Cranitch
Lawyer Zeke Bentley (centre) with bikies Mick Kosenko (Rebels) and Terry McCormack (Hells Angels) after the announcement of report’s findings on the VLAD laws. Picture: Mark CranitchSource:News Corp Australia

WAITING AT TWEED HEADS
 
Jarrod Bleijie, who was the architect of the laws when he was attorney-general in the Newman Government, said “The minute that deterrence is gone — i.e. the repeal of the legislation — the criminal gang members are waiting at Tweed Heads to come back over the border into Queensland, where they can again start their illegal operations.”

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate even went so far as to say any changes to bikies laws should be with the aim of making them “even tougher”.

But responding to the review’s recommendations Ms Palaszczuk said, “The VLAD laws only got two convictions, I repeat, only two convictions.”

Ms Palaszczuk said new laws would be introduced later this year. But although the offence of gang members meeting would be scrapped, they would be replaced by new legislation that would be “tough, workable and enforceable”.

“There will be no let-up from police or prosecutors, we will be giving them more resources. I want more convictions, not less.”

Bond University’s Terry Goldsworthy, a former detective inspector, is an expert in bikies. Dr Goldsworthy scoffed at the idea that bikies were revving their engines on the NSW side of the border ready to head back into the sunshine state.

“They’re not waiting to reclaim the Coast,” he told news.com.au.

“People think there are no bikies in Queensland. The bikies are here but they have been forced underground and don’t wear their colours in public.”

Dr Goldsworthy said the lack of convictions suggested the laws were a reaction to a “moral panic” about bikies, were more about a war of attrition against the gangs and as such an “abuse of process”.

“The Queensland Police Service has all the resources and capabilities to deal with criminal elements of the bikies and I think the effect of VLAD laws has been vastly overstated,” he said.

“If the laws were removed would the police be able to do what they’ve been doing for the last two years? The answer, of course, being yes.”

Acting Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek says removing the laws is a mistake. Picture: Mark Cranitch
Acting Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek says removing the laws is a mistake. Picture: Mark CranitchSource:News Corp Australia

STITCH UP

The review found that recruitment by criminal gangs had continued since the 2013 laws, albeit with a reduced public profile. Meanwhile, the vast majority of people charged under the laws were not gang members.

Dr Goldsworthy said police already had much of the legal clout they needed to beat criminal activities but they had to “maintain focus and maintain adequate resourcing levels” within those parts of the force targeting bikies.

One change, which the Queensland Government looks likely to make, is to adopt a NSW-style consorting law which would see groups of gang members broken up — but only if they had criminal convictions.

“The way it’s done is much more targeted and much more successful than up here and one of the problems [in Queensland] is they’re just not winning in court,” said Dr Goldsworthy.

Acting Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek said the laws were working but he criticised the taskforce’s terms of reference, which ordered it to advise the government how best to repeal or substantially amend the legislation, meant the review wasn’t credible.

“The review is a stitch up based on a false premise.”

A group of motorcycle gang members and their lawyers said they expected the new laws would be challenged in court because elements would still remain in place.

“They’re chasing us for high handlebars and noisy pipes, making out like we’re some sort of smart criminal organisation,” Rebels Brisbane chapter president Mick Kosenko said.

“They should be tackling real crime and get rid of these laws.”

- with AAP.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Penal Colony Law - Smoking banned in YOUR own home

Many people not involved in the legal profession, and even those who are but not able to comprehend law, may struggle with the legal reality that Australia is still a penal colony of good ol' mother England.

Let's put aside the fact that from 26th of January 1788 for 40 years there was Martial Law installed on this continent.

A real good start for a 'new' country?

It's not a matter of a 'conspiracy theory' or a 'freeman on the land' movement, but rather a stark reality in law.

The introduction of so called new laws can be a testament to this legal reality, taking away any dwindling rights the people have as 'subjects of Her Majesty'.

The corporate media has reported that now the Victorian government plans to introduce a new (unlawfully enacted) law that bans people from smoking inside their home, even though it is supposedly referring only to high rise dwellings.

See illustration from the 4th of April 2016 by the Herald Sun: