Whenever we think about how the United States came into being, most of us think of civil militias fighting guerrilla battles against the British. But the reality is much more interesting.
The American Revolutionary War wasn’t won with guns. It was won with ideas.
Even though the revolution was started by the Brits firing on a small group of hastily assembled patriots on the Lexington Green, the Brits had already lost the war; they just didn’t know it.
It was won by ordinary men and women who were taught their Common Law rights from childhood. Knowing how the British king and his enforcers were trampling on those rights, these brave men and women refused to bow down to the king’s unlawful demands. Instead, they confronted the king’s agents who were trying to force them to give up those rights and freedoms. In the process, they showed everyone where the true power lay.
Could something like this happen in Australia today?
The sad fact is, it’s very unlikely. Over the last 50 years the political parties have deliberately stopped children learning that we still have a constitution, or that our rights and freedoms are still guaranteed by the Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights 1689.
Deprived of that knowledge generations have grown up ever since the Communist Gough Whitlam took the Queen out of the Constitution in 1973, unaware of the power we hold collectively. As a result, today’s Australians have submitted meekly to the tyranny and oppression we all suffer under.
The political parties have so much confidence in their power over us that they have been locking up patriots and journalists for exercising their inherent human rights and freedoms. To justify their actions they have passed draconian legislation like VLAD and the anti terrorist laws. But every time they lock another person up they are actually driving another nail into the coffin of their own corrupt political party government.
But getting back to the Americans, how did they win the war against the might of the British army?
They learned at school how the Magna Carta, the English Bill of rights, and centuries of Common Law was there to protect their rights and freedoms. But more importantly, they knew that they had a moral duty to lawfully rebel and stand up to the tyrants.
They also knew that the Magna Carta guarantees every free man the right to lawfully rebel against tyranny and oppression.
It all began in August 1774. Each time a court was about to meet under British authority in some Massachusetts town, great numbers of angry Americans made sure that it did not. They gathered inside and outside the courts to stop anyone entering or leaving. As a result, the courts were unable to function.
At Great Barnington, fifteen hundred people filled the courthouse to prevent the judges from entering.
At Worcester, judges were dragged from their court rooms and made to read their recantations thirty times over, hats in hand, as they walked through a line of 4,622 militiamen up the Main Street. (Recantation means a personal public act of denial of a previously published opinion or belief. It is derived from the Latin re cantare; to re-sing.)
Much the same happened at Springfield, where, “in a sandy, sultry place, exposed to the sun, once important officials sweated under the burden of their heavy black suits.” They were forced to face the people they had harmed and pay or their crimes.
When the people of each town marched to the court houses and other public buildings to stop the British bureaucrats they “formed companies of marchers, carrying staves (sticks, pick handles etc), with boys beating drums, and flying flags, that struck the passions of the soul into a proper tone. They were inspired by the courage of their fellow marchers.”
Councilors were forced to resign, governors fled, and judges could no longer sit in the face of such a display of anger and displeasure.
One Timothy Paine of Worcester, (1730 – 93) was a wealthy and influential King’s loyalist.
The Coercive Acts was the Massachusetts Government Act of 1774, which revoked the colony’s 1691 charter and concentrated political power in the hands of the royal governor, Thomas Gage (1719-87). All government positions that had been elected were now appointed by the governor, including seats in the Governor’s Council, which acted as the upper house of the legislature. Paine was appointed by Gage to the council, and though he neither sought nor wanted this position, he felt he could not refuse it without being disloyal to the king. Throughout the colony, these mandamus councilors, as they were called, were forced to resign their commissions by large gatherings of militia.
Paine was visited by two thousand men who demanded his resignation. He told a committee he would comply, but his word was not enough — the people wanted it in writing.
When he gave that, it was still not enough: The crowd demanded that he come out of his house while a representative read his resignation aloud.
Again Paine complied, and again the people wanted more: He would have to read his resignation himself, with his hat off, several times as he walked through the crowd. Nothing else would do.
Once patriots started to stand up to their oppressors in sufficient numbers to ensure they could not be intimidated or arrested, the functionaries of British rule cowered and collapsed, no match for the collective force of ordinary patriotic men and women.
This revolutionary democracy was able to topple the might of the British forces and force them into the sea.
Of course the Brits tried to use force, but in the end the will of the people triumphed.
Why did the American people rise up against the government and the king?
The king’s men wielded total power over the people, enforcing unpopular taxes and fines that made life for the Americans so difficult that they were pushed to the edge of their tolerance.
The final straw was the Tea Act of May 10, 1773, which allowed the British East India company to sell tea from China in American colonies without paying taxes, apart from those imposed by the Townshend Acts. American Patriots strongly opposed the taxes in the Townshend Act as a violation of their rights. Demonstrators, some disguised as Native Americans, destroyed an entire shipment of tea sent by the East India Company. This event is known as the Boston Tea Party.
Could it happen in Australia?
The question we must all ask ourselves today is whether the Australian people have reached the end of their tether yet.
The political parties have been imposing heavy tax burdens on the people for decades now. Add to that the increasing number of ways the politicians have come up to fine us for even the slightest infraction of their self-made rules, and many Australians are voicing their displeasure.
The question the politicians should be asking themselves is, have they gone too far? Are they pushing the Aussie people to the edge?
Many Australians are angry. You hear it in the streets, at the pubs, even at the supermarket checkout line. Too many Aussies have lost their jobs, their homes, their farms, and they have nowhere left to go.
When a man has nothing left to lose he becomes a very real danger to the establishment.
So, what can we do to stop a full-blown revolution?
Many Aussies are waking up and realizing that we no longer have a government with any Crown Authority. When Whitlam took the Queen out of the Constitution in 1973, he not only attacked the Queen, an act of TREASON, he tore up our Constitution and changed our laws over to Roman Civil Law.
This is the source of the many problems we face today:
- Our industry has been forced overseas thanks to the unions pricing us out of the market, and by government taxation that made it unprofitable to stay in Australia
- Our agricultural industry has been decimated. We have gone from around 400,000 farms to just 40,000 — and that number is decreasing every day as banks foreclose on farmers unable to meet their payments
- The political parties have allowed foreign interests to buy up vast swathes of our land and resources — all done without asking the permission of We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia
- Even though Section 100 of our Constitution states that the government may not sell or deny water to any Australian, the political parties have damned our once-might river systems to divert water to huge cotton farms owned by foreign interests. As a result, the Murray-Darling river system has completely dried up
- Our fishermen are being forced out of their traditional fishing grounds by government legislation.
- Foreign interests have been tearing huge quantities of our mineral resources out of the ground for the last 30 years, and yet we Aussies never see the benefits of the vast wealth generated from our own resources!
The list goes on.
With so much pressure on the people it may not be long before enough Aussies decide that they have had enough, and they unite to rebel and stop the criminal destruction of our country.
Of course, if the people ever do rise up against the political party oppressors and their minions, we would have to be prepared to create a government of the People by choosing representatives from among ourselves, as the Constitution states in Sections 7 and 24:
The Senate/House of Representatives shall be composed of senators/members for each State, directly chosen by the people of the State, voting, until the Parliament otherwise provides, as one electorate.
At the same time, we would be able to convene Common Law courts to try those who have committed TREASON, TREACHERY and crimes against the people.
It is important to remember that We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia, are the supreme power and the government of our nation. The political parties are not lawfully sitting in our Parliament. There is no mention of them in the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901. Nor does it mention a Prime Minister leading the nation.
Today, very few Aussies are aware that we have the power to Lawfully Rebel when a government no longer serves the Will of the People. We have this power under clauses 61 and 62 of the Magna Carta 1215 & 1297, which is the basis of English Common Law, along with the English Bill of Rights 1689. These two important documents underpin our English Common Laws under the Commonwealth of Australia Act 1901.
In fact, in 2014 a Commonwealth Public Official (CPO) informed Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by letter that he declared Lawful Rebellion on behalf of all Australians. (See the letter above)
Since then, Australians have been quietly learning how to lawfully rebel. They have been doing this in various ways, like refusing to pay fines, and by obstructing the political party bureaucracy in any way they can. The voice of rebellion is getting louder every day.
The Constitution Preamble creates the People of the Commonwealth of Australia as the supreme law like this:
WHEREAS the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established :
Only we, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia have the power and authority to decide how we will govern ourselves. Yet, we have allowed the political parties to usurp our power to set up a corporate dictatorship, while pretending that they have the authority to do so. The truth is: THEY HAVE NO AUTHORITY!
When Gough Whitlam took the Queen out of the Constitution in 1973, he committed HIGH TREASON.
Since then, the political parties set about creating a de-facto Republic without the authority of We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia. They tried to do this by changing the nature of government and setting up THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT as a corporation, registered in the United States Securities Exchange Commission under registered number 0000805157. All other subsidiaries of this corporation are registered under this master corporation. This is why you always see an ABN on any document issued by THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT and its subsidiaries like local councils, state fines enforcement agencies, and the like.
And this is why they have tried to get us to ratify their actions to create an Australian Republic in referendums. Each time, we the people have voted a resounding NO!
Now that we know what the political parties have done, how they have betrayed our trust, how they have destroyed our nation, subverted our laws, and caused untold pain and misery for Australians who were unaware of their unlawful actions, it is up to us to remedy the damage.
It is up to us to learn how our rights and freedoms are protected under the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights and our Constitution, and then help others learn too.
As more people learn they will help others until so many Australians know their rights that the demand to right TREASON AND TREACHERY against us will become deafening.
Treason is Treason, and all politicians currently sitting in our Parliaments, Federal and State, as well as all judges and magistrates have been committing TREASON for long enough. Now it is up to We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia to stand united to right the many wrongs committed by the political party dictatorship. We can do this peacefully. We just need to unite and work together.
We cannot ask the Queen to help. Even she has said that the only power she has is derived from We, the People of the Commonwealth, and it is up to us to right the wrongs.