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 Australians do not have a Bill of Rights, so here is Bill Of Rights for Australians.

We the People Universal Declaration of the Bill of Rights for Australia.

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The Australian Bill of Rights.

 

In Australia, people are starting to realize that we do not have a bill of rights that gives the people the power to fight back. A few countries globally that can is the United States of America and Switzerland. Switzerland has the citizen initiative referenda in place, which gives the people the power to oppose legislation of their own or work to defeat legislation already proposed by Parliament.

Here in Australia, as many people know, we can only sack politicians at elections, and we have no right to sack them when they break the laws. Bearing arms is another complicated procedure, perception of rights for assembly, the rights to replace CEOs in mainstream media, the rights for our own press, free speech, and the list goes on. 

It’s becoming more of an open book of corruption, treason, and control, which all hold no value for the people. The system has always been flawed and continues to march along with an evil beat, drumming into more chaos. Many people are starting to realize that people have the power. This system needs to be overthrown with a new system representing the people with intentions of good for humanity.

That is why we are proposing a unique Universal Declaration of the Bill of Rights for Australia and globally, which will be for the people by the people. The politicians will never give the people a bill of rights, as it goes against their agendas, so we must campaign for it through signatures, meetings, rallies, political hearings, and so on. 

“Typically these initiatives are proposed by interested groups. Once the group has gathered at least 100,000 voters signatures within 18 months in support of the proposal, it is put to a Nationwide vote. There has to be a "double majority," which is a majority of the people.”

 The Right Honourable Sir Harry Gibbs of Australia said, ‘In the strict sense, a bill of rights is a constitutional provision, which protects individual rights from infringement by the legislature or the executive. It prevails over, and cannot be amended by, ordinary legislation.’ (Does Australia Need a Bill of Rights, 1995)

Presented below is a draft universal bill of rights for Australia.

Advance Australia – A New Political Vision

" Political parties are unlawful under the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901, Sections 7 and 24.

We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia, have been lied to by the political parties for over 100 years, denied our human rights, our Constitutional and Common Law freedoms, and worst of all we have been denied a good future for our children and their children".

"In 1972 E.G. Whitlam, a man with one share in the Commonwealth of Australia, amended the Royal Style and Titles Act to take out HM Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Ireland from our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901. As a result, all Legislative Acts passed since then by State and Federal Parliaments have been unlawful. We are, in effect, living in a lawless land, ruled by liars, thieves, criminals and TRAITORS!

Despite the dictatorship the political parties have created, We, the people of the Commonwealth of Australia, still have the power under our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 to decide who we want to govern us.

It is up to us to take back the power vested in us by our Founding Fathers and hundreds of years of Common Law, to create a government of the people, for the people, by the people. To do this, all we need do is hold a referendum to ask the people if we want to amend Section 128 to put the power firmly back in the hands of the people to start referendums….Citizens Initiated Referendums (CIR).

Once all Australian voters for CIR, we can start righting the many wrongs done against us by the political parties. It is our right that all political decisions affecting our lives should be approved by the people voting in referendums". END

Constitution using section 128

  • The Australian Constitution Section 128 allows the Australians to make changes to the Constitution by referenda.
  • This Constitution shall not be altered except in the following manner: By the People.
    1. Amend Constitution S.128 to give all voters the right to Binding Citizens Initiated Referendums (CIR), as is our right!
  • Switzerland citizen initiated referenda: Support CIR as a way of allowing all electors to have a direct say in government decision-making. Our present system of government only allows political parties the right to decide for the rest of us.
  • We The People Start using CIR at rallies and meetings.

Propose changes to the constitution using section 128

  1. Introduction of Citizens Initiated Referenda (CIR), giving Australians the opportunity to have their say and bring about change without waiting for politicians to listen and act.
  2. Nuremberg laws to use the law to stop anybody or group, party, company, media, from killing people (Genocide).
  3. National and all state police Commissioners to be elected by the Australian People and be sacked by referenda.
  4. To promote the United Nations Human Rights laws
  5. All Supreme Court Judges must be elected by the people in Australia and be sacked by referenda.

       6. The Australian constitution "Section 44 of the Constitution forbids anyone who bears allegiance to a foreign nation from sitting in Parliament, otherwise, it is considered treason.

     7.  Indigenous Rights For All Races All Over The World.

      8.  Equality Law: In the pass, we were innocent till proven guilty, the law now has been changed, now you’re guilty and you have to prove your innocence.

       9. Equality to all different races as special races by change the word from Human Race to Human Races to give respect to all races on the planet.

         10.   A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

   11. Equality Rights for Cultural or Racial homogeneous Populations

       12. "Equality affirms that all human beings are born free and equal.

      13. To build people's media and Internet.

        14. To build people's Bank.

 

The United States constitution and bill of rights bill has for now stop the globalist from taking their guns and they still have free speech, but free speech has be stop by Globalist who own and run all mainstream TV, Newspapers, Internet, Federal Bank.

The Globalist financed political party members, leaders, and many of them are members of secret and ethic organizations with political aims to destroy the United States.

Globalist own and runs all Australian media, Banks, and financed politicians and parties. Many parties’ members and leaders are members of secret ethic organizations with political aims to destroy the people and Australia.

The of Bill rights is to start the process for We the People of Australia to removing the globalist from power over time and move the country into hands of Australians to govern.

 

Original U.S. Bill of Rights

Amendment I (1):Freedom of religion, speech, and the press; rights of assembly and petition
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Amendment II (2): Right to bear arms
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Amendment III (3): Housing of soldiers
No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

Amendment IV (4): Search and arrest warrants
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Amendment V (5): Rights in criminal cases
No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb, nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation.

Amendment VI (6): Rights to a fair trial
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed; which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defence.

Amendment VII (7): Rights in civil cases
In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

Amendment VIII (8): Bails, fines, and punishments
Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

Amendment IX (9): Rights retained by the people
The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

Amendment X (10): Powers retained by the states and the people
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

 

If we ask our politicians to give us a bill of rights, they will ignore such a request, so we must demand and campaign for a bill of rights collectively and put it in operation ourselves “we the people.” Solutions to gather votes are either face-to-face interactions or through social media. With face-to-face interactions could be but are not limited to such as events and rallies. The people are given a legal leaflet to vote, and with a certain number of signatures, the legal documents can be recognized and heard through parliament. This approach same applies digitally. Other approaches are accepted for a fair voting system that doesn’t jeopardize privacy and safety of the voter and to make these documents legal is section 128 of the original Australian constitution by referenda.

Australian Constitution Section 128

Our Constitution may be altered only with the APPROVAL OF THE PEOPLE at a Referendum.

The Constitution of Australia is the supreme law under which the Australian Commonwealth Government operates.  The Constitution consists of several documents and the most important one is the "Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia."  The Constitution was approved in referendums held over 1898 to 1900 by the people of the Australian colonies and the approved draft was enacted as a section of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (Imp), an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.  The Commission of Assent was signed by Queen Victoria on 9 July 1900, upon which the Constitution became law.  The Constitution came into force on 1 January 1901.  Even though the Constitution was originally given legal force by an Act of the United Kingdom parliament, the Australia Acts removed the power of the United Kingdom parliament to change the Constitution and only the Australian people can amend it (by referendum).

Other pieces of legislation have constitutional significance for Australia.  These are the Statute of Westminster, as adopted by the Commonwealth in the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942 and the Australia Act 1986, which was passed in equivalent forms by the Parliaments of every Australian state, the United Kingdom, and the Australian Federal Parliament.  Together, these Acts had the effect of severing all constitutional links between Australia and the United Kingdom.  Even though the same person, Queen Elizabeth II, is the monarch of both countries she acts in a distinct capacity as monarch of each.

Under Australia's common law system, the High Court of Australia and the Federal Court of Australia have the authority to interpret constitutional provisions. Their decisions determine the interpretation and application of the constitution.  [Ref: Wikipedia]

AUSTRALIA'S NWO PROTECTION:  OUR CONSTITUTION
Sir David Smith explains how most Australians don't know Australia has a written Constitution and the Constitution is an inbuilt safeguard that ensures any government that seeks to change the Australian Constitution, must first get the approval of the Australian Public as outlined in Section 128 of the Australian Constitution.

Australia has a Constitution which gives Australian people the right to vote on major changes to Australia through Referendums (More on this further below).

Section 128:  Australian Constitution Section 128 “Our Constitution may be altered only with the APPROVAL OF THE PEOPLE at a Referendum.”

We acknowledge Mike Holt of CIRNow (formerly Restore Australia), for allowing us permission to use his article below on Section 128 of the Australian Constitution:

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This is Section 128 of the 1901 Constitution that we want to change so that We the People have the power to achieve the Australia we want.

The change we are advocating is to amend Section 128 of the current Constitution by adding a paragraph to allow Citizens (as well as the Parliament), the right to initiate referenda to change the Constitution. At present, only our elected representatives in the House can initiate referendums. Then they allow the people to vote on them.

Ever since the constitution came into being in 1901 there have been 45 referendums, yet only 8 have been approved by the people.

The change to Section 128 of the Constitution we are advocating would then be as shown below with the changes in bold type.

Note: 1% of eligible voters equates to about 140,000 signatures.

ALTERATION of the CONSTITUTION

Section 128;  This Constitution shall not be altered except in the following manner:

By the People.

Any elector or group of electors vote for the election of the House of Representatives may initiate a proposal to change this Constitution by submitting a Petition to the Governor General.  The Petition shall include the proposed alteration of this Constitution.  On receipt of such a Petition signed by not less than one per cent of the electors qualified to vote for the election of the House of Representatives, and verified by the Electoral Commissioner, the Governor-General shall within three months submit the proposal to referendum.

By the Parliament.

A proposed law by the Parliament for the alteration thereof must be passed by an absolute majority of each House of the Parliament, and not less than two nor more than six months after its passage through both Houses.  The proposed law shall be submitted in each State and Territory to the electors qualified to vote for the election of members of the House of Representatives.

Also, if either House passes any such proposed law by an absolute majority, and the other House rejects or fails to pass it, or passes it with any amendment to which the first-mentioned House will not agree.  Then if after an interval of three months the first-mentioned House in the same or the next session again passes the proposed law by an absolute majority with or without any amendment which has been made or agreed to by the other House, and such other House rejects or fails to pass it or passes it with any amendment to which the first-mentioned House will not agree.  The Governor-General may submit the proposed law as last proposed by the first-mentioned House, and either with or without any amendments subsequently agreed to by both Houses, to the electors in each State and Territory qualified to vote for the election of the House of Representatives.

When a proposed law is submitted to the electors the vote shall be taken in such manner as the Parliament prescribes. But until the qualification of electors of members of the House of Representatives becomes uniform throughout the Commonwealth, only one-half the electors voting for and against the proposed law shall be counted in any State in which adult suffrage prevails.

And if in a majority of the States a majority of the electors voting approve the proposed law, and if a majority of all the electors voting also approve the proposed law, it shall be presented to the Governor-General for the Queen’s assent.

No alteration diminishing the proportionate representation of any State in either House of the Parliament, or the minimum number of representatives of a State in the House of Representatives, or increasing, diminishing, or otherwise altering the limits of the State, or in any manner affecting the provisions of the Constitution in relation thereto, shall become law unless the majority of the electors voting in that State approve the proposed law.

In this section, Territory means any territory referred to in section one hundred and twenty-two of this Constitution in respect of which there is in force a law allowing its representation in the House of Representatives.

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Citizens Initiated Referenda (CIR), giving Australians the opportunity to have their say and bring about change.

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Restore Australia has substantial detail about ideas on giving power to the people.  The founders of Restore Australia aim to amend Section 128 of the Australian Constitution to put the power into the hands of the people to start referendums. Bringing in Citizens Initiated Referendums (CIR) would allow Australian voters to decide on the type of government it wants, and make politicians directly accountable to the people.  The links to these pages are listed below.

Political parties do not represent people's rights, so we must start to promote (CIR) Citizens Initiative in Australia and all over the World

Support CIR as a way of allowing all electors to have a direct say in government decision-making. Our present system of government only allows political parties the right to decide for the rest of us.

 Promote CIR in Australia and remove political parties and We the People govern the country.

"Proportional Representation with CIR Means Justice for All.

Switzerland

Switzerland is a small, mainly mountainous country, in the heart of Western Europe and has approximately 8 million citizens.  It is situated at the intersection of France, Italy, and Germany giving it a real indigenous White European multicultural feel. 

Swiss Political Parties

The political platform in Switzerland is very stable and has four predominant parties:

•   Swiss People's Party  
•   The Radicals
•   Christian Democratic Party
•   Social Democratic Party

In the last 25 years, the anti-globalist Swiss People's Party has increased its popularity due to its current policies on immigration and refugees. 

Switzerland's History

Basic Features of Switzerland's Political System CIR

Switzerland's System of Direct Democracy
Switzerland is a confederation made up of 26 cantons which are small territorial divisions of the country. 

Federal

The Swiss Government, Parliaments, and Courts operate on three levels:  Federal, Cantonal and Communal.

Federally, Switzerland has a two level federal parliament with a House of Representatives that represent the people and a senate that represents the federal cantons.  There are several systems which can be implemented under a Canon Law system.  For example, a police force could be appointed by the people and work for the people, instead of just representing the government, and a Supreme Court, as outlined above.

Switzerland has a 2 level Federal Parliament with a House of Representatives who represent the people and a senate that represents the Federal Cantons.

The National Council have 200 members and is elected every four years using a version of the proportional election system which allows for the proportional representation of the political parties.  Each of the 26 cantons has its own constituency, so this proportional representation is not absolute as the small cantons may only send one person while the larger ones can have up to 30 seats.

The Council of States has 46 members.  The Cantons may decide in their Cantonal Constitution as to who will represent them, and how long that office sits for.  The Cantons generally hold their elections on the same day the National Council elections takes place.

These chambers of parliament will meet several times per year.  Being a member of parliament is not recognized as a full-time job to the Swiss.  They believe that by having an alternative "day job" their politicians are closer to the everyday life of their electorate.

Cantonal

Under the Federal Constitution, every canton has equal status and rights.  These cantons also have extensive power in comparison to other political systems and nations.

Each canton has its own constitution, parliament, government, courts, coat of arms and flag.  Cantonal Parliaments range in size from 50 to 180 members, all elected by the People, so most cantons are under a proportional representation electoral system.  One Swiss city - Lucerne has a Children's Parliament with their own symbolic budget!

The cantons have a lot of autonomy and they are responsible for key areas such as health, education, and culture.

Communal

There are approximately 2,300 communes in Switzerland.  Most of these run either their own parliament or assembly in which all residents are able to participate.  Representatives do not make decisions for the commune,  instead, they vote on an issue then they elect individuals to carry out the project/change.

The communes are generally responsible for local schools and welfare, roads, energy, taxation and town planning.

Any citizen has the right to propose new legislation by launching a people's initiative.

Popular initiatives do not originate from the parliament or government, but from the citizens themselves.  The Swiss citizens are, therefore, regarded as the driving force behind direct democracy.  

Switzerland gives its citizens the chance to play a direct part in political decision making.  Swiss Citizens can either oppose legislation of their own or work to defeat legislation already proposed by Parliament.

Any citizen has the right to propose new legislation by launching a people's initiative.  Typically these initiatives are proposed by interested groups.  Once the group has gathered at least 100,000 voters signatures within  18 months in support of the proposal, it is put to a Nationwide vote.  There has to be a "double majority," which is a majority of the people and a majority of the cantons, for an initiative to pass.

The most frequent themes tackled by people's initiatives are welfare, taxes, Health Care, drug policy, public transport, education, immigration, and asylum. 

How parliamentary elections work in Switzerland

Every four years the Swiss elect political representatives. Parliament is split into two chambers to balance the interests of the different cantons. (Michele Andina, swissinfo.ch)

Switzerland's direct democracy

Together with neutrality and federalism, direct democracy is a part of the Swiss national identity and helps unite the various languages, religions and cultures in the country. This video gives you a short introduction to this unique political system. (Produced by swissinfo.ch on behalf of the Organisation of the Swiss Abroad)

Switzerland's Political Systems

How Direct Democracy Works In Switzerland

A breakdown of how Switzerland and its government works under the process of Direct Democracy.

 

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Australian Constitution Forbids anyone who bears allegiance to a foreign nation from sitting in Parliament.

 The Australian parliament does not inforce this law and small ethnic group has too much power over the Australia.

 The following quote from Electoral Backgrounder:  Parliamentary report on Section 44 of the Constitution

"Section 44 of the Constitution forbids anyone who bears allegiance to a foreign nation from sitting in Parliament, otherwise, it is considered treason.  We believe that any political parties or politicians who seek to destroy the country through third world immigration, the destruction of manufacturing, industry, and farming etc have COMMITTED TREASON under Section 44 of the Constitution."

What is Section 44?

"Section 44 of the Constitution sets out restrictions on who can be a candidate for Federal parliament.  In full it reads:

44. Any person who -

     (i.)   Is under any acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power:  or

     (ii.)  Is attainted of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offense punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer:  or

     (iii.)  Is an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent:  or

     (iv.)  Holds any office of profit under the Crown, or any pension payable during the pleasure of the Crown out of any of the revenues of the Commonwealth:  or

    (v.)  Has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the Public Service of the Commonwealth otherwise than as a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company consisting of more than twenty-five persons:  shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.

But sub-section iv. does not apply to the office of any of the Queen's Ministers of State for the Commonwealth, or of any of the Queen's Ministers for a State, or to the receipt of pay, half pay, or a pension, by any person as an officer or member of the Queen's navy or army, or to the receipt of pay as an officer or member of the naval or military forces of the Commonwealth by any person whose services are not wholly employed by the Commonwealth.  [Ref:  Section 44 of the Constitution E-Brief: Online Only issued March 2004; Ian Holland]"

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Pro Changes to the Constitution and intro the Bill Of Rights to inforce the Section 44 by using Citizens Initiated Referenda (CIR)

“ Forbids anyone who bears allegiance to a foreign nation from sitting in Parliamentary, Policial Parties, or CEO’s and boards from Running the following , mainstream Media including TV, Radio, Newspapers, Banks including the Federal Bank and the printing of money otherwise, it is considered treason.”

 

Australian Equity act

The following quote from Australian equity act

https://www.ag.gov.au/rights-and-protections/human-rights-and-anti-discrimination/human-rights-scrutiny/public-sector-guidance-sheets/rights-equality-and-non-discrimination.  Rights of equality and non-discrimination

What are the rights of equality and non-discrimination?

"Equality affirms that all human beings are born free and equal. Equality presupposes that all individuals have the same rights and deserve the same level of respect. All people have the right to be treated equally. This means that laws, policies and programs should not be discriminatory, and also that public authorities should not apply or enforce laws, policies and programs in a discriminatory or arbitrary manner.

Non-discrimination is an integral part of the principle of equality. It ensures that no one is denied their rights because of factors such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property or birth. In addition to those grounds, discrimination on certain other grounds may also be prohibited. These grounds include age, nationality, marital status, disability, place of residence within a country and sexual orientation.

Sometimes it may be necessary to treat people differently to achieve equality. This is because differences between people may make it difficult for them to enjoy their rights without support. Different treatment may not amount to prohibited discrimination if the criteria for the differentiation are reasonable and objective and if the aim is to achieve a purpose which is legitimate under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

The right to equality and non-discrimination encompasses both positive and negative obligations - the obligation to refrain from discriminating or eroding equality and the obligation to protect and advance the fulfilment and enjoyment of the rights to equality and non-discrimination for all people."

Where do rights of equality an

Equality Laws

Equality Law: In the pass, we were innocent till proven guilty, the law now has been changed, now you’re guilty and you have to prove your innocence.

Race Equality

Equality to all different races as special races by change the word from Human Race to Human Races to give respect to all races on the planet.

Indigenous Rights For All Races All Over The World.

United Nations Indigenous Laws Declaration, Article 26 states that
"indigenous peoples have the right to the lands, territories, and resources they have traditionally owned, occupied or otherwise used or acquired. Entire country."

The majority of the world's population are indigenous to the lands they live on or their ancestor homelands, for example, the Chinese are indigenous to China, the Black population of North Western Africa are indigenous to that region, Whites Caucasians are indigenous to Europe and Arab Caucasians are indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa.  The United Nations indigenous laws should give equal rights to all racial groups that are the original inhabitants who lived in the region for thousands of years.

Equality Rights for Cultural or Racial homogeneous Populations

The following qoate from: International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (Second Edition), 2020

"Inasmuch as cultural homogeneity is valued, along with a strong identity and confidence in the continuation of traditional patterns of language, custom, value, lifestyle, and standard of living, immigrants may be perceived as intruders and outsiders who can threaten the process of creation and evolution of nation-states ".

When a population of people become the majority are homogeneous on inhabited regions once before is the indigenous people of that land, but now the majority are homogeneous, those homogeneity people should still have rights to some land, which prolongs self-determination. 

 Japan Western China, Australia, Newzealand, South America.

Both indigenous and non-indigenous races of the lands now given white’s name Australian. Reconciliation between the two peoples can be realized that black aboriginals were the first people to inhabited continent now called Australia and should be given indigenous right and land governed by them.

Australia was built by whites and they are not a nation of immigrants, because they are the founders of Australia, and all non whites are the Immigrants and all whites are the natives of the Australia.

 

 Remove Political Parties

Most people know political parties do not represent people and they start many wars. We much learn from George Washington who fort against English ruling America, and helped The United States becoming a independent nation.

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"Either you will control your government, or government will control you.
- Ronald Reagan"

It is clear that politicians do not represent the people and the current conservative political system in western countries is not working.  They enact party policies without voter consultation, which has resulted in a dictatorial socialist system of government that denies We The People a voice that represents us in the mainstream media and in government. The power of a political institution should come from the power of its people.  We, therefore, need a better, inclusive system of government to serve the needs of all our nations to represent us. 

The system of direct democracy is one for strong consideration, such as that used in Switzerland.

Change must start at the grassroots level because political parties rarely listen to the people and we some good example of bad government.

Policial parties promote the following:

Agenda 21 is a program run by the United Nations to gain control of all land and countries under the guise of "sustainable development". It is a part of the New World Order program and universal government approach that they have been working on for a number of years. Agenda 21 has now been superseded by Agenda 2030 (see below).  The promotion of Agenda 21 is a way to ensure the destruction of all private property ownership, including farms, houses, and business and to reduce world population.  It will remove and destroy all constitutions, restrict free speech and disarm the people.  When Agenda 21 is fully realized the United Nations will be in possession of all guns and subsequently there will be no opposition to their control.

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Truth Is Treason In An Empire Of Lies by TrueBlue Observer|Published November 17, 2018

 The United Nation law on persecution, I quote:

"Everyone has the right to enjoy freedom from persecution."

During history every race Blacks, Asians, Whites Gentiles and white Jews have been persecuted.

Genocide Rights

United Nations Treaty: Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide I quote:

“…acts committed with the intent to destroy in whole or in part, a national ethnic, racial or religious group…”

Many Governments all over the world use the media, and anti-People organizations are campaigning and some promote genocide by man-made diseases, wars, false flags, mind condition, Whites, Blacks, Asians by reducing their birth rates and taking their rights away, flooding their countries with non natives, and promotion of interracial marriage.

What is discrimination?

The law protects everyone from unfair discrimination and sexual harassment in many aspects of their lives. If you are treated unfairly because you happen to belong to a particular group of people, you have been discriminated against and you have the right to lodge a complaint.

United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination I quote:

" Considering that all human beings are equal before the law and are entitled to equal protection of the law against any discrimination and against any incitement to discrimination"

The law protects everyone from unfair discrimination and sexual harassment in many aspects of their lives. If you are treated unfairly because you happen to belong to a particular group of people, you have been discriminated against and you have the right to lodge a complaint.

If Blacks, Asians, and Whites Caucasians campaigned against their genocide and the destruction of their culture, and their nation, they are labeled as racist.  When they disagree openly with affirmative action and busing, this is considered racism and bigotry.  The United Nations are breaking their own laws.

United Nations Indigenous Laws Declaration I quote:

"indigenous peoples have the right to the lands, territories and resources they have traditionally owned, occupied or otherwise used or acquired. Entire country."

The majority of the world's population are indigenous to the lands they preside over.  For example, the Chinese are indigenous to  Eastern China, the Black population of North Western Africa are indigenous to that region, Whites are indigenous to Europe and White Arab are indigenous to the Middle East and areas of North Africa.

The United Nations indigenous laws should give equal rights to all racial groups who are the original inhabitants who have lived in the region for thousands of years. 

 Elected Police Chief in each state.

Sheriff In The United States Are Elected by the people.

What Do Our Elected Officials Do? I quote:

"Sheriffs are charged with preservation of peace and also serve legal documents. They are officers of the County Court transporting inmates to and from prison or jail to Court. Every county in Vermont has a Sheriff’s Department. Towns without police departments often contract with the Sheriff’s Department for law enforcement. Most sheriffs are certified law enforcement officers. They have a four-year term ".

To help you understand what the duties of a sheriff is, let’s say, for example you have a sheriff is a head of all the police departments in the state of victory and he is given a order by the primer to restrict rally’s, to invade people’s homes, to abuse people’s rights, he can say to the premiere I am elected by the people to be their police representative for four years, I will follow the rules of the constitution. Therefore I will not order police to restrict rallies and restrict people’s right to assemble and free speech, and the state and the federal government will not have any right to force the sheriff not to follow the Constitution.

The policies have control of the police and use police to control t we the people and we need to to some powers on the police by elected Sheriff to control the police in each State by police standing for election every for years.

The Federal and state governments have control of the police and use police to control the republic and we need to have some powers working with the police to make some laws and by elected Sheriff to control the police in each state by Senior Police Officer standing for election every four years.

 Any policeman can summit in policies and ideas to improve the laws and the majority of people must vote on.

 

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People's Banking

The commonwealth bank in Australia in the past was sometimes referred to as the people's bank. It was sold off by the Australian government without permission of the Australian people.  In each country the people should have their own bank, were the majority of the people and members of the public should be elected for a period to be a commission adviser to the bank. The people should elect the head of the bank for four years.

A few people do not realize that the commonwealth bank of Australia paid for the cost of the Australian government fighting for the Second World War.

 

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The people's media

We need to remove the Globalists race haters from controlling the mainstream media, internet, and to make changes. We need to build community-based organizations and build national, international media, TV & newspaper, and social media to represent we the people. Written in the bill of rights will have a fair game in these platforms. 

We need to break the monopolies of Alphabet Inc, and we need to set up national and regigion social sites that we the people control by the majority vote we a elected ceo who will stand for four years. 

We the people need to have media, Internet, television, radio, and newspapers run and owned by "we the people". We need to nationalize some of the large media companies and hand them over to "we the people" to run. We all have a say through referenda explaining exactly what we want to see promoted in the media, and we have a commission where members of the public are elected to a commission to advise the media, ceo, who was also elected for four years to be the representative of we the people. 

 The ABC and SBS are are  governemt financed and need to we the run.

 

 

 

 

 

Referendums We the People could also vote on:

  • Leave the UN
  • Cancel all trade agreements and renegotiate any that will actually benefit Australia
  • Select the type of immigrants we want who will benefit Australia and be loyal to our nation
  • Give preference for aid to Australian people first
  • Reform the banking system
  • Reject fundamental religious takeovers
  • Reclaim all public utilities and services that have been illegally sold to private enterprises
  • Reform the legal system to the Common Law Court system to provide a Justice System that is fair and that makes anyone who hurts others pay for their misdeeds with consistent sentencing and/or punishment
  • …and many more questions that need to be addressed that will benefit the nation and the people

Our Pledge: We believe in Australia and our people. All Australians have a vested interest in making this the happiest, richest, safest nation possible. We will work to achieve this with all our hearts and intellect.

 

The current political system has failed us. Isn’t it time to change the system?

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 One Nation Party is promoting the Citizens Initiated Referenda (CIR), giving Australians the opportunity to have their say and bring about change without waiting for politicians to listen and act.

 

 

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