Lock Down = Treason
What is Treason?
Treason has been variously described as ‘the most heinous of all crimes’, an offence of ‘unparalleled gravity’; and ‘the gravest crime in the whole calendar of crime’.
‘Treason . . . is the betrayal of a trust, and the current law holds this to be any revolutionary activities of a warlike nature. Until recently in Victoria treason was deemed serious enough to be distinguished from misdemeanors and felonies, and prior to 1973 it attracted the death penalty. It still does, despite the Australian political parties unlawfully trying to change the laws without any authority.
Treason is essentially a wartime phenomenon, but it’s time for it to be used to bring down any tyrant who thinks they are above the law while betraying the trust the people have put in them. All case law this century in Australia and the UK resulted from activities during the Boer, First and Second World Wars. There were also legislative activities during the Korean War, and at the height of the Cold War.
No matter what the political parties have done since Whitlam removed the Queen from our laws in 1973 in an effort to pretend they are no longer liable to the death penalty, the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 consisting of its Preamble,
Clauses 1 to 9 and the Schedule.
Part V – Powers of the Parliament
is still in force as the Highest Law of the Land. Anyone acting outside the Constitution as we are seeing today is committing TREASON or MISPRISION OF TREASON!
The penalty for TREASON is still death
What is Misprision of Treason?
Misprision of treason is an offence found in many common law jurisdictions around the world, having been inherited from English law. It is committed by someone who knows a treason is being or is about to be committed but does not report it to a proper authority.
Constitution Section 51: Legislative powers of the Parliament
The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make
laws for the peace, order, and good government of the Commonwealth
with respect to:
Constitution Section 51: (xxiiiA) the provision of maternity allowances, widows’ pensions, child
endowment, unemployment, pharmaceutical, sickness and hospital
benefits, medical and dental services (but not so as to authorize any
form of civil conscription), benefits to students and family allowances;
No Jab No pay is circumventing the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 consisting of its Preamble, Clauses 1 to 9 and the Schedule = Treason
Political Party governments have no authority to close borders
Constitution Section 92: Trade within the Commonwealth to be free
On the imposition of uniform duties of customs, trade, commerce, and
intercourse among the States, whether by means of internal carriage or
ocean navigation, shall be absolutely free.
Political Parties shutting State borders have circumvented the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 consisting of its Preamble, Clauses 1 to 9 and the Schedule = Treason
Removing our rights = TREASON
Constitution Section 116: Commonwealth not to legislate in respect of religion
The Commonwealth shall not make any law for establishing any religion,
or for imposing any religious observance, or for prohibiting the free
exercise of any religion, and no religious test shall be required as a
qualification for any office or public trust under the Commonwealth.
By not consolidating “humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God” and removing the Church of England. Removing Common Law of England. Created Council of Australian Governments (COAG) with their Australian Courts, Federal and State Police all acting unlawfully and are evil.
This has removed everybody’s rights.
“The Christian religion is, in most English speaking countries, recognized as a part of the common law. “There is abundant authority for saying that Christianity is a part and parcel of the law of the land.””
Circumventing the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 consisting of its Preamble, Clauses 1 to 9 and the Schedule = Treason.
States locking down people and closing borders is discrimination and criminal
Constitution Section 117: Rights of residents in States
A subject of the Queen, resident in any State, shall not be subject in any
other State to any disability or discrimination which would not be equally
applicable to him if he were a subject of the Queen resident in such other
State Lock down has created discrimination between States, people and invented borders.
Under the Political Parties “The Constitution together with the Australia Act 1986” the above Queen, (Queen of Australia) was created in 1973 by and for the Political Parties private company’s status, Commonwealth of Australia as a sovereign, independent and federal nation, circumventing the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 consisting of its Preamble, Clauses 1 to 9 and the Schedule = Treason.
WHEREAS the people voted to stay as a Constitutional Monarchy in the Referendum 1999
By the Treasonous Political Parties, not listening to the people all Councils of Australian Government (COAG) have enforced Treason upon themselves.
Every State and Federal politician , every mayor, every council CEO is GUILTY OF TREASON!
Every council worker complicit in levying unlawful fines for parking, not registering pets, the land tax called “rates” is complicit in and guilty of MISPRISION OF TREASON once they have been informed of their crimes and yet they continue to commit their crimes because they are “only following orders”.
Every policeman complicit in enforcing unlawful legislation and levying fines for speeding, or false arrest is guilty of MISPRISION OF TREASON once they have been informed of their crimes and yet they continue to commit their crimes because they are “only following orders”.
Our Duty as members of the Commonwealth of Australia
It is the duty of every member of the Commonwealth of Australia to arrest anyone they observe committing a crime, no matter what that crime may be.
The law that defines a citizen’s powers of arrest
The law that allows you, in appropriate circumstances, to make a citizen’s arrest, states:
- A person who is NOT a police officer may, without warrant, arrest another person if he or she believes on reasonable grounds that the other person is committing or has just committed an offence.
- A person who arrests another person shall, as soon as practicable after the arrest, arrange for the other person, and any property found on the other person, to be delivered into the custody of a police officer.
You are legally required to inform the person why you have detained them, unless the suspect’s actions make it impractical to inform them.
Whenever possible, you should report wrongdoing to the police instead of taking action on your own. Police officers are equipped with the proper intervention tools and trained to deal with incidents which may escalate to become violent.
However, if there are no police available and you see a crime being committed you are duty bound to make the arrest yourself, using all and any force necessary to make the arrest.
Can you use force to make a citizens arrest?
Making a citizen’s arrest without carefully considering the risk factors may have serious unintended consequences for you and others involved. In most cases, an arrest consists of either actually seizing or touching a person’s body in an effort to detain them. But if you consider all factors and decide it would be a danger to you, you may simply utter the words, “I hereby arrest you in the name of the law for committing the crime of [name the crime]”
You should, if possible, record the arrest, or have someone else witness and video the arrest.
Before deciding whether to make a citizen’s arrest, you should be aware of the Citizen’s Arrest Laws and consider the following:
- Is it feasible for a peace officer to intervene? If so, report the crime to the police instead of taking action on your own.
- Your personal safety and that of others could be compromised by attempting an arrest. Relevant considerations would include whether the suspect is alone and whether they possess a weapon.
- Will you be able to turn over the suspect to the police without delay once an arrest is made?
- Do you have a reasonable belief regarding the suspect’s criminal conduct?
Making a Citizen’s Arrest
If you do decide to make a citizen’s arrest, you should:
- Tell the suspect plainly that you are making a citizen’s arrest and that you are holding him or her until police arrive.
- Call the police.
- Ask explicitly for his or her cooperation until police arrive.
- Avoid using force, if at all possible, and use it to the minimum possible otherwise.
- Do not question or search the suspect or his or her possessions. Your purpose is only to temporarily detain him or her until police arrive.
- When police arrive, state the plain facts of what happened.
How much force can you use when making a citizens arrest?
Let’s say you are carrying a weapon and the person you observe committing a crime is also armed. You must tell the other person they are under arrest. If they resist or try to harm you in any way you may use a weapon to incapacitate the other person to the extent that they are no longer a threat to you.
However, if you have disabled that person and you continue to shoot, stab or inflict any futher harm on them, you could be charged with assault. Use only enough force to disable them, and to protect yourself from any harm.
WHAT YOU CAN DO – Establish a Sovereign Peoples’ Assembly
It is imperative that Australians gather in meetings to sign a Charter to Establish and Maintain a Sovereign Peoples’ Assembly. Click here to record your membership, print it out and then upload it to the same page.
Under the Natural Law, also called Common Law, it is the Inalienable Right of the People as sovereign men and women to covenant into self-governing bodies to enact laws and provide for the safety and liberty of their families and communities.
Once a group of people sign a charter to establish a People’s Assembly, they can elect Sheriffs, and pass Bylaws for their community to safeguard themselves. Sheriffs can be ordered by the Assembly, and by Common Law Court directives, to arrest any criminal, especially those employed in any government position who are willfully breaking Common Law.
When the government no longer protects the rights and freedoms of the people, it is the duty of the people to protect themselves while standing under the law.