They fooled you more than once.
Will you let them continue to ?
The time is now to end the trespass against us.
If not now all could be lost .
Corruption can and has affected makinds rights as an obstacle to their realization in general and as a violation of mankinds rights in specific cases.
Corruption in the public and private spheres and its proceeds are not confined within national borders, nor is its impact on mankinds rights.
International rights mechanisms, including the Human Rights Council, have paid increasing attention to the negative impact of corruption on the enjoyment of mankinds rights and made numerous recommendations to Member States with the aim to prevent and suppress corruption.
Depending on the level, pervasiveness and form of corruption, corruption can have devastating impacts on the availability,prosperity,quality and accessibility – on the basis of equality – of mankinds rights-related goods and services.
Moreover, it undermines the functioning and legitimacy of institutions and processes, the rule of law and ultimately the State itself.
Disadvantaged groups and persons suffer disproportionately from corruption.
They are often more reliant on public goods and services and have limited means to look for alternative private services.
Everyday men and women typically have fewer opportunities to participate in the design and implementation of public policies and programmes and lack the resources to defend themselves and seek reparations as individuals.
Those involved in efforts to investigate, report, prosecute and try corruption are at heightened risk of rights violations and require effective protection.
Corruption exists in all countries, irrespective of the economic or political system and their level of development, in the public and private spheres.
It is a transnational phenomenon requiring international cooperation, including in the recovery of stolen assets.
While acts tainted by corruption can constitute rights violations, corruption itself is best seen as a structural obstacle to the enjoyment of mankinds rights.
At the same time, anti-corruption efforts need to comply with mankinds rights standards, otherwise they lose their legitimacy.
Mankinds rights standards, principles and mechanisms provide additional entry points to complement anti-corruption efforts.
The AUP promotes a mankinds unalienable rights and Constitutional -based approach to anti-corruption, an approach that puts the international universal unalienable rights entitlements (the “rights-holders”) and the corresponding obligations of the State (the “duty-bearer”) in the centre of the anti-corruption debate and efforts at all levels.
In the Commonwealth of Australia ,the corruption of our Parliament has played a massive role in the removal of our rights on many levels.
It would come as a surprise to many im sure however ,Due to self serving individuals, corporate and international influence including foreign policy our Commonwealth of Australia has become a dictatorship disguised as democracy and has undermined our very freedom, liberties ,foundations and our unalienable rights thus effecting not just our prosperity but our lives on all levels.
Governments intrusion into all aspects of our lives has reached a dangerous point indeed.
Many are not aware of whats been lost by these acts of treasonous trespass against us.
So lets touch on just a few fundamental unalienable rights parliament has taken from you.
1• The right to fee simple land ownership.
Meaning the right to own property without requiring a yearly fee called rates.
2• The right to be presumed innocent until factually proven guilty according to law.
Meaning one shall not be deprived of his liberties without due process of law in a competent court of competent jurisdiction .
3• The right to live in peace and in harmony when not creating harm.
Meaning one can live the life one chooses, unmolested when acting lawfully causing no harm to others.
4• The right to protection or resolution from intrusive unlawful governance .
Meaning we have the right to abolish any law that becomes detrimental to the health freedoms and liberties of the free people of the Commonwealth of Australia.
5• The right to a jury of ones peers when facing any penalty or burden that involves loss of rights.
Meaning the right to common law principles that provides the protection of ones unalienable rights.
6• The right to be the masters of our creation called Parliament.
Meaning that the people have the highest sovereign power and parliament follows the will of the people rather than the will of the political cabinet.
7• The right to fair pay and safe working conditions.
Meaning a safe equal work / life balance and prosperous foundations of pay that reflects ones experience and knowledge with ample protections available to safe gaurd any individual from unfair dismissal and or unfair treatment.
8• The right to self ownership and self Governance.
Meaning you have the ability to live your life as you see fit as long as one is committing no harm to others.
9• The right of traveling.
Meaning one is free to travel on all public roads and highways within the Commonwealth free from fees and by what ever means unless in act of commerce this right also includes the right to leave our country or return to it at ones own discretion.
10• The right to protection from trespass.
Meaning individual or government trespass against us the free people of the Commonwealth of Australia.
These are only a few examples.
The moment any law or governance becomes destructive or detrimental of these natural rights for all of mankind ,requires that they should be declared unlawful and ignored.
The systems were in place to protect us from this form of trespass.
However thanks to corruption and self serving individuals all these protections fought for by the lives of too many to mention over 1000s of years of years of historical events,has been indeed hidden or removed.
It is important to understand that the very premise of our nation is the fact that these rights, based on Natural Law, are “God-given.”
If they are not given to us by an Authority higher than human government, then any government action to abolish those rights would be against God’s will.
Rights that are subject to government restriction or license are called a privilege rather than a right.
However today we see our rights removed from us and sold back to us as a privilege.
This is criminal in every sense of the word.
The Founding Fathers understood this principle and created a revolution in political theory by enacting, for the first time in history, a government specifically established to protect the rights that had been given to man by God.
Our Christian protestant Imperial Crown realm Commonwealth of Australia.
Many are not aware that parliament was created to protect our natural unalienable rights.
“That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
“Many have forgotten that mankind is created equal…and are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
“According to the Founders, unalienable rights belong to each person by virtue of the fact that man is made in God’s image, and is therefore endowed with certain attributes, powers, freedoms, and legal protections as part of his essence.
These rights are thus inseparable—or unalienable—from each person individually and from the human race in general.
They are a gift from the Creator and it is impossible for government to alter or nullify mankind’s divine inheritance.
Except in extremely rare and limited circumstances, the unalienable rights of a particular individual, or the population at large, cannot be suspended, abrogated, or diminished by government.
When government does take action against a particular right, it may only do so to the extent necessary to address a genuine concern for public safety.
Unalienable rights automatically belong to each individual at the moment his or her life begins and continue throughout that person’s time on our beautiful earth.
An exhaustive list of the unalienable rights possessed by man would probably fill several chapters in books However, at a minimum they include the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
In general, the courts have not decided which rights are unalienable and which are not. Nonetheless, some philosophers have identified the following items.
To act in self-defense (personal, family, innocents, nation).
To own and carry weapons for self-defense and for ensuring that the nation remains free.
To own and control private property (land, money, personal items, intellectual property, etc.)
To earn a living and keep the fruit of one’s labor.
To freely migrate within the country or to leave the country.
To worship—or not worship—God in the manner one chooses.
To associate with—or disassociate from—any person or group.
To express any idea through print, voice, banner, or other media.
To be secure in one’s home, papers, and person against unwarranted searches and seizures (privacy).
To be advised of the charges, in the event of arrest.
To have a judge determine if the accused should be held for trial or for punishment.
To be tried by a jury of one’s peers and face one’s accuser, in the event of being charged with a crime (ACT OF HARM)
To be tried by a jury of one’s peers, in the event of a suit in which the disputed amount is substantive.
To suffer no cruel or unusual punishment.
To establish, monitor, control, and petition our servant government to help secure the above rights.
To abolish said government, when it becomes destructive of these rights.
In our Early History.
In England as with much of the medieval world until the 16th century, people accepted the view called the “devine right of kings” to govern.
Monarchs claimed that God gave kings the ordained right to govern, and the king would then grant rights, privileges and titles to people.
This was know as ordained Authority.
However to be ordained by God those in Authority must also follow Gods law.
One must also consider the Authority of the governed.
After 1000s of years of historical battles and upheaval and many common law trials the English people enjoyed freedoms at last ,this was further put into stone with the signing of Magna Carta.
For before that time rights did not inherently belong to each individual under that current framework, English society accepted many inequities that would not be accepted today, such as slavery, indentured servitude, and limited rights for women.
The concept of unalienable rights in America extends as far back as 1620, when the first Pilgrims arrived on the shores of what is now Massachusetts, in search of religious freedom.
According to Governor William Bradford, it was the unending attack on the rights of religious minorities in Britain which convinced the Pilgrims that leaving England was the only way to secure their liberties:
Unalienable rights are those which God gave to man at the Creation, once and for all.
By definition, since God granted such rights, governments could not take them away.
As these early Christian communities and Commonwealth colonies continued to grow and flourish in the new world, the notion that each individual possesses inherent dignity, value, and freedoms which the government ought to protect, became a recurring theme in political discussions and in religious writings and sermons.
Preachers, pastors, civic leaders, and lawyers drew extensively from the Bible’s teachings on morality, Creation, and the nature of God to support this position, and the public was very receptive.
By 1775 the concept of unalienable rights was firmly entrenched in the collective consciousness of the thirteen colonies, having been sharpened by decades of abuse and taxation under British colonial rule.
The time was right for change. In the hope of achieving a new political construct dedicated to preserving each person’s God-given rights and liberties, American patriots severed all ties with the British Crown and initiated a daring war against the most powerful nation at that time:
“When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
— That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,
— That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
For the principle aim of society is to protect individuals in the enjoyment of those absolute rights, which were vested in them by the immutable laws of nature.”
— William Blackstone, Authority on English Law
“All men are born equally free,” and possess “certain inherent natural rights, of which they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity.”
— George Mason, Father of the Bill of Rights.
“To this manly spirit, posterity will be indebted for the possession, and the world for the example, of the numerous innovations displayed on the American theatre,
in favor of private rights and public happiness.”
— James Madison, Father of the American Constitution
“Nothing then is unchangeable but the inherent and unalienable rights of man.”
— Thomas Jefferson, Author of the Declaration of Independence
“Among the natural rights of the colonists are these:
First a right to life, secondly to liberty, thirdly to property; together with the right to defend them in the best manner they can.”
— The Rights of the Colonists, by Samuel Adams; American Statesman, Patriot, and Founding Father
“The public good is in nothing more essentially interested, than in the protection of every individual’s private rights.”
— William Blackstone, Authority on English Law
“The principle view of human law is, or ought always to be, to explain, protect, and enforce such rights as are absolute.”
— William Blackstone.
Despite the sacred nature of unalienable rights, there are circumstances when one or more of them can be legitimately abridged or violated.
Under the Constitution of the United States and American legal tradition, there are at least six times when the unalienable rights of a person, or the nation at large, may be legitimately infringed or suspended:
Certain rights may be temporarily or permanently suspended through a court trial, or due process.
If someone has committed a theft, for example, he may be found guilty by a jury of his peers, incarcerated, and thus lose a great deal of his personal freedom for a certain period of time.
He may also be forced to turn over some of his property to settle the related fine or to pay restitution. In the most extreme criminal cases, such as capital murder, the accused may forfeit his right to life.
Men and woman need comprehend that our unalienable rights are Universal they belong to us all and they are enshrined in our foundations.
Many falsely believe the Commonwealth of Australia has no bill of rights ,these people could not be more mistaken, for our bill of rights is that of the 1688 1689 bill and Declaration of rights UK.
Invasion or rebellion
In the event of an invasion of or a rebellion against the government, the right of habeas corpus may be temporarily withheld.
“The privilege [right] of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”
A writ of habeas corpus is a judicial order that commands a prison official or jailer to bring a detainee before a judge to determine if said person is being lawfully held and, if not, to command his release.
Anyone who objects to someone’s detention may petition for the writ.
This right is therefore one of the surest guarantees of liberty, because it prevents the government from arbitrarily imprisoning those it sees as a threat to its power.
The right may only be suspended when the nation faces imminent or actual invasion, or when a violent rebellion has been launched against federal personnel or property, and then only to the extent the “public safety” requires it.
Nature, scope and limits.
The concept of “unalienable rights” draws controversy over how they are identified and enforced.
In the eighteenth century, the definition that unalienable rights were defined by God, meant that the rights were not subject to the whim of the King to grant or withdraw.
Social structures have evolved since then, so the debate has shifted to whether a particular right originates with God or is recognized by a particular society.
In a society with freedom of religion, the practical definition of the nature, scope and limits of rights is not decided by theologians.
If unalienable rights come from God, then people will differ on those rights in societies with many religions. For example, the early Mormon Church accepted polygamy, where a man could marry more than one woman at a time.
American society did not accept that as an unalienable right, and armed conflict resulted.
However its still a universal unalienable right.
Similarly, the Roman Catholic Church did not recognize the rights of people to divorce,however the views of our Christian protestant Imperial Crown realm Commonwealth of Australia society as a whole viewed people as holding those rights.
People can debate whether someone’s views on these subjects are inspired by God, but probably both sides could argue whether divorce or polygamy were included in “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
So, in a democracy, individuals’ understanding of their unalienable rights get resolved in the context of maintaining social order through the rule of law.
In a state of nature, Man’s natural liberties are very insecure.
Threats that range anywhere from dangerous predatory animals to natural disasters, harsh weather and climate, disease, and immoral thieving men.
By comparison, a tyrannical king seems to make a little more sense.
In discussing the insecurity of Natural Rights, John Locke wrote:
If man in the state of Nature be so free as has been said, if he be absolute lord of his own person and possessions, equal to the greatest and subject to nobody, why will he part with his freedom, this empire, and subject himself to the dominion and control of any other power?
To which it is obvious to answer, that though in the state of Nature he hath such a right, yet the enjoyment of it is very uncertain and constantly exposed to the invasion of others; for all being kings as much as he, every man his equal, and the greater part no strict observers of equity and justice, the enjoyment of the property he has in this state is very unsafe, very insecure.
This makes him willing to quit this condition which, however free, is full of fears and continual dangers; and it is not without reason that he seeks out and is willing to join in society with others who are already united, or have a mind to unite for the mutual preservation of their lives, liberties, and estates, which I call by the general name – property.
It is a simple matter of fact, an insecure single person uses property as a means to make their his life more secure.
A house to protect self and family against the elements, animals, and other humans.
A weapon to increase that security.
Medicine to fight disease.
Land which to build a house and which to farm.
This is why property is inseparable from Liberty, and without the right to property, there cannot be Liberty.
Private property is the right of all.
Threats and safeguards
A number of safeguards are built into the systems of government to protect our rights whether or not someone would classify them as “unalienable”.
These include and not limited to :
The Bill of Rights
Jury trials (Petit Juries)
Popular vote of senators
Recall of elected official.
Vote of no confidence and the removal of the Parliament.
The right to petition for redress of grievances
The right to demonstrate against the government
The right to publish critiques of the government
The right to petition a grand jury to indict officials
Constitutional checks and balances between the various branches of government.
Limitation on parliamentary Powers.
The right to appeal executive or agency actions and lower court decisions to a higher court
The right to place referenda or citizen originated questions.
The right to abolish the detrimental government and start over.
Due to corruption complacency and actions of the people or lack there of ,we know see a big difference to our Commonwealth of Australia.
The once free men and women of the Commonwealth are close to losing all those very fundamental freedoms liberties and foundations built over the centuries of lives lost throughout our history.
Make no mistake if we dont fight to keep them they shall be lost to tyranny once again .
Soon after failing to secure these rights we shall see the lives of millions lost to restore them .
The fight to keep our unalienable universal rights is of upmost importance.
For without them the world has a very bleek future indeed.
These corrupt pigs in our Parliament have almost successfully completed their agendas ,the only thing that stands in their way is you the people.
These criminals in our establishment have fooled us all many times .
The question is will you continue to let it continue.
For the only way these tyrants can succeed is if we the people continue to let them…….