The Courts are not standing under the King of the Commonwealth but under a Corporation. There’s a planned but not hidden conspiracy for a Federation that includes national, regional and local government. Notice the panel for the Reform of the Federation in 2014. Notice those on the Constitutional Expert Group for the Voice Referendum in 2022. Professor GREG CRAVEN is common to both. Yes, the “Voice to Parliament” Referendum was soundly lost. Voters were asked to approve an alteration to the Commonwealth of Australian Constitution that would recognize Indigenous Australians in the Constitution through prescribing a body called the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice that would have been able to “make representations to the Parliament and the Executive Government of the Commonwealth on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples”.
In addition, it is noted that when Australians said NO to recognising local government in the Constitution in 1988, the States went ahead and legislated their own Local Government Acts. And now, the States want to go ahead and make their own State Voice to Parliament. The political elite on the Australian stage are under the spell of the UN SDGs – with socialists, communists, the RCC, Jesuits, International Jewry – and are working under our noses for Federation Reform in hand with the unlawful National Cabinet. So we have to speak out to MPs and Senators to stop this… in the thousands.
James Warburg, an American banker, once said: “We shall have a world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest.” It is important to note the legal framework that underpins the Australian Constitution. For instance, Chapter 5. s109 states: “When the law of a State is inconsistent with a law of the Commonwealth, the latter shall prevail, and the former shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be invalid.” This shows how the federal and state laws interact with each other.
Furthermore, the Expert Advisory Panel for the White Paper on Reform of the Federation in 2014 comprised a number of high-profile individuals including Professor GREG CRAVEN, Chair, Holy See / Great Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Gregory the Great (KGCSGG) (2015), The Hon Cheryl Edwardes, Dr Doug McTaggart, The Hon Alan Stockdale, Ms Jennifer Westacott, and others. Similarly, in 2022, the Constitutional Expert Group for the Voice Referendum included a number of esteemed individuals such as Professor GREG CRAVEN, Professor Megan Davis, Mr Kenneth Hayne, Mr Noel Pearson, Professor Cheryl Saunders, and others.
To resist the proposed Federation Reform and the formation of State Voices to Parliament, it is crucial for citizens to engage with their Members of Parliament and Senators and voice their concerns. The political decisions made at these levels have far-reaching consequences, and public involvement plays a crucial role in ensuring that the people’s will is reflected in the governing processes.
The Federation Reform has also been entwined with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, drawing attention to the influence of global geopolitical factors on Australia’s domestic policies. Recognizing these implications and understanding the process of Federation Reform is pivotal for informed public discourse and citizen participation in the political processes. It is imperative to monitor the progression of these reforms and advocate for transparent and informed decision-making that aligns with the will of the majority.