12 July 2023
This morning, I, Michael Thomas Holt, known to my friends as Mike, but to my enemies by many unpalatable names, sent a letter to His Majesty King Charles III to inform him about the massive TREASON that has been perpetrated on us for far too long.
I also sent this letter to the County Court Victoria, the Supreme Court Appeals Court which is considering the appeal I filed with them last week against the attempt by the Commonwealth Department of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) to put me on trial in a Victorian court in direct contravention of Constitution S 80.
Here is the text of the letter to the King:
12 July 2023
May it please Your Majesty,
It is my sad duty, as a sworn member of your Commonwealth, to report a very serious charge of Treason against certain members of the Australian government and judicature.
I am a Vietnam war veteran, and I swore an Oath of Allegiance on joining the RAAF in 1965 to the Crown to protect our laws and Constitution.
I am aware that you are protected by a troop of minders who forbid you to enter into politics, but I submit to them that when Treason is committed, and Your Majesty is no longer respected because your majesty was stolen from your grandfather King George VI by politicians, then if your subjects no longer have the protection of Your Majesty in the Commonwealth of Australia, what use is a Monarch?
In gratitude and an attempt to make the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth of Australia satellites of the then Soviet Union, the governments of both the United Kingdom and Commonwealth of Australia in 1948 made all your Subjects of the King into Citizens. Your Majesty is sure to remember that over 100,000 Australians lost their lives to protect the Crown and the Commonwealth.
In one Australian State, South Australia, the Statute 25 Edward III Stat 5 C2 remains in force, and under it, you have a duty delegated to the Governor General, whose predecessors have committed treason on at least three occasions, has been made aware by your humble servant of his Obligations under S 61 Constitution to act on your behalf to remedy the fault. He has not. (See Appendix 1 below)
By S 118 Constitution, which states, “Full faith and credit shall be given, throughout the Commonwealth to the laws, the public Acts and records, and the judicial proceeding of every State”, this South Australia Act applies throughout the Commonwealth. The text of this Imperial Act is in force in South Australia. It is therefore a Law of the Commonwealth.
While the Parliament of the Commonwealth and all its members allows the Letters Patents forged by former Prime Ministers Bob Hawke and Kevin Rudd to remain and not be struck off, the Australian Parliament and Courts are sitting in treason.
I have filed a case in the Melbourne Supreme Court of Appeals which is being heard today, 12 July, 2023. This case notifies the Supreme Court Justices that a Melbourne County Court may be involved in aiding and abetting the unwitting crime of disobeying our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 S 80, which states, “The trial on indictment of any offence against any law of the Commonwealth shall be by jury, and every such trial shall be held in the State where the offence was committed, and if the offence was not committed within any State the trial shall be held at such place or places as the Parliament prescribes.”
The charge against me is that I breached a Victorian Supreme Court Suppression Order. However, the Victorian County Court is deliberately attempting to ignore the Constitution S 80, which states a trial before a jury MUST be conducted in the State where the accused resides. I am domiciled in Queensland, and therefore no Victorian court has any jurisdiction over me.
The Parliament of the Commonwealth has a limited number of days to correct the treason committed against the Crown and the People of the Commonwealth, or a Double Dissolution MUST be called on an Information in the Supreme Court of South Australia against the Parliament of the Commonwealth, and all in it, under S 78 Constitution, and under S 44 Constitution, and they must be held Attainted of Treason and disqualified.
Constitution S 44 states:
Any person who
(i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights & privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power: or
(ii.) Is attained of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offence punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer: or
I am a witness that the Parliaments and Judicature of Australia are and have been in treason by S 44 (i) and (ii) for long enough. We, the Australian people of the Commonwealth are aware of the massive fraud committed against us ever since 1948 when the Parliament took control of the Governor General from your Grandfather, and the Parliament has since employed and controlled the Governor General for their own nefarious purposes.
Queen Victoria’s Letters Patent 1900, which enforces the Majesty of the Crown, and evidences its application throughout the Commonwealth, must be reinstated and the forged Letters Patents of 1984 and 2008 disallowed. (See Appendix 2 below)
Your Majesty derives from the Statute 1 Will and Mary (Coronation Oath) 1688 (C 6) and Almighty God as evidenced by Your Coronation at which the Australian Prime Minister swore allegiance to you. He needs to be made aware what that allegiance means. I am sure he will listen to you.
I have the honour to remain, Sir, Your Majesty’s most humble and obedient servant,
[My signature here]
Michael Thomas Holt
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRIMINAL LAW CONSOLIDATION ACT 1935 – SECT 10
10—Nothing herein to affect 25 Edward III Stat. 5, c. 2 The provisions of this Part shall not lessen the force of, or in any manner affect, anything enacted by the Statute passed in the twenty-fifth year of King Edward the Third: “A Declaration which Offences shall be adjudged Treason”
Declaration what Offences shall be adjudged Treason. Compassing the Death of the King,
Queen, or their eldest Son; violating the Queen, or the King’s eldest Daughter unmarried, or his eldest Son’s Wife; levying War; adhering to the King’s Enemies; killing the Chancellor, Treasurer, or Judges in Execution of their Duty. II ITEM, Whereas divers Opinions have been before this Time [X2in what Case Treason shall be said, and in what not;] the King, at the Request of the Lords and of the Commons, hath
made a Declaration in the Manner as hereafter followeth, that is to say; When a Man doth compass or imagine the Death of our Lord the King, or of our Lady his [X3Queen] or of their eldest Son and Heir; or if a Man do violate the King’s [X3Companion,] or the King’s eldest Daughter unmarried, or the Wife (X4) the King’s eldest Son and Heir; or if a Man do levy War against our Lord the King in his Realm, or be adherent to the King’s Enemies in his Realm, giving to them Aid and Comfort in the Realm, or elsewhere, and thereof
be [X5probably] attainted of open Deed by [X6the People] of their Condition: . . . F1, and if a Man slea the Chancellor, Treasurer, or the King’s Justices of the one Bench or the other, Justices in Eyre, or Justices of Assise, and all other Justices assigned to hear and determine, being in their Places, doing their Offices: And it is to be understood, that in the Cases above rehearsed, [X7that] ought to be judged Treason which extends to our Lord the King, and his Royal Majesty: . . .
Appendix 2 — Queen Victoria’s Letters Patent 1900
VICTORIA by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India To all to whom these Presents shall come Greeting.
Whereas, by an Act of Parliament passed on the ninth day of July One thousand nine hundred, in the Sixty fourth year of Our reign, intiluled “An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia,” it is enacted that “it shall be lawful for the Queen,” with the advice of the Privy Council, to declare by Proclamation that, on and after a day therein appointed, not being later than one year after this passing of this Act, the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, and also, if Her Majesty is satisfied that the people of Western Australia have agreed thereto, of Western Australia, shall be united in a Federal Commonwealth under the name of the Commonwealth of Australia. But the Queen may, at any time after Proclamation, appoint a Governor General for the Commonwealth:”
And whereas We did on the seventeenth day of September One thousand nine hundred, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council declare by proclamation that, on and after the first day of January One thousand nine hundred and one, the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania and also Western Australia, should be united in a Federal Commonwealth under the name of the Commonwealth of Australia: And whereas by the said recited Act certain powers, functions, and authorities were declared to be vested in the Governor General: And whereas We are desirous of making effectual and permanent provision for the office of Governor General and Commander in chief in and over Our said Commonwealth of Australia, without making new Letters Patent on each demise of the said office Now know ye that We have thought fit to constitute, order, and declare, and do by these presents constitute order, and declare, that there shall be a Governor General and Commander in Chief (hereinafter called the Governor General) in and over Our Commonwealth of Australia (hereinafter called Our said Commonwealth), and that the person who shall fill the said office of Governor General shall be from time to time appointed by Commission under Our Sign Manual and Signet. And we do hereby authorize and command Our said Governor General to do and execute, in due manner, all things that shall belong to his said command, and to the trust We have reposed in him, according to the several powers and authorities granted or appointed him by virtue of “The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, 1900,” and of these present Letters Patent and of such Commission as may be issued to him under Our Sign Manual and Signet, and according to such Instructions as may from time to time be given to him under Our Sign Manual and Signet, or by Our Order in Our Privy Council, or by Us through one of Our Principal Secretaries of State, and to such laws as shall hereafter be in force in Our said Commonwealth.
II. There shall be a Great Seal of and for Our said Commonwealth which Our said Governor General shall keep and use for sealing all things whatsoever that shall pass the said Great Seal. Provided that until a Great Seal shall be provided the Private Seal of Our said Governor General may be used as the Great Seal of the Commonwealth of Australia.
III. The Governor General may constitute and appoint, in Our name and on Our behalf, all such Judges, Commissioners, Justices of the Peace, and other necessary officers and Ministers of Our said Commonwealth, as may be lawfully constituted or appointed by Us.
IV. The Governor General, so far as We Ourselves lawfully may, upon sufficient cause to him appearing, may remove from his office, or suspend from the exercise of the same, any person exercising any office of Our said Commonwealth, under or by virtue of any —- Commission or Warrant granted, or which may be granted, by Us in Our name or under Our authority.
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V. The Governor General may on Our behalf exercise all powers under the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, 1900, or otherwise in respect of the summoning, proroguing, or dissolving the Parliament of Our said Commonwealth.
VI. And whereas by “The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900,” it is amongst other things enacted, that we may authorise the Governor General to appoint any person or persons, jointly or severally, to be his Deputy or Deputies within any part of Our Commonwealth, and in that capacity to exercise, during the pleasure of the Governor General such powers, and functions of the said Governor General as he thinks fit to assign to such Deputy or Deputies, subject to any limitations expressed or directions given by Us: Now We do hereby authorise and empower Our said Governor General subject to such limitations and directions as aforesaid, to appoint any person or persons, jointly or severally, to be his Deputy or Deputies within any part of Our said Commonwealth of Australia, and in that capacity to exercise, during his pleasure, such of his powers and functions, as he may deem it necessary or expedient to assign to him or them: Provided always, that the appointment of such a Deputy or Deputies shall not affect the exercise by the Governor General himself of any power or function.
VII. And We do hereby declare Our pleasure to be that, in the event of the death, incapacity, removal, or absence of Our said Governor General out of Our said Commonwealth, all and every the powers and authorities herein granted to him shall until Our further pleasure is signified therein, be vested in such person as may be appointed by Us under Our Sign Manual and Signet to be Our Lieutenant Governor of Our said Commonwealth: or if there shall be no such Lieutenant Governor in Our said Commonwealth, then in such person or persons as may be appointed by Us under Our Sign Manual and Signet to administer the Government of the same. No such powers or authorities shall vest in such Lieutenant Governor, or such other person or persons, until he or they shall have taken the oaths appointed to be taken by the Governor General of Our said Commonwealth, and in the manner provided by the Instructions accompanying these Our Letters Patent.
VIII. And We do hereby require and command all Our Officers and Ministers, Civil and Military, and all other the inhabitants of Our said Commonwealth to be obedient, aiding, and assisting unto Our said Governor General, or, in the event of his death, incapacity, or absence, to such person or persons as may, from time to time, under the provisions of these Our Letters Patent, administer the Government of Our said Commonwealth.
IX. And We do hereby reserve to Ourselves Our heirs and successors, full power and authority from time to time to revoke, alter, or amend these Our Letters Patent as to Us or them shall seem meet.
X. And We do further direct and enjoin that these Our Letters Patent shall be read and proclaimed at such place or places as Our said Governor General shall think fit within Our said Commonwealth of Australia.
In witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent Witness Ourself at Westminster the twenty ninth day of October in the sixty fourth year of Our reign.
By Warrant under the Queen’s Sign Manual