Australian Corporation of 1973 Accused of Masquerading as the Founding Australian Commonwealth Constitution 1901
By Alison Ryan
The Australian Corporation of 1973 is being accused of impersonating the founding Australian Commonwealth Constitution 1901 and defrauding the Australian people. In an effort to expose this alleged fraud and provide remedies for those affected, firstname.lastname@example.org is holding Monday nightly Zoom meetings.
The meetings, which aim to shed light on unlawful government legislation and regulation, have gained traction among individuals seeking justice. By uncovering the truth behind the masquerade, they hope to bring about accountability and change.
Dr. Bay, a prominent figure in the movement, argues that the courts do not align with the principles outlined in the 1901 constitution. In a recent case, Bay v AHPRA & Ors, an application for leave to appeal was submitted to the High Court of Australia in Brisbane. More information about the case can be found on the Queensland Peoples’ Protest website.
The Queensland Peoples’ Protest is taking a stand against unconstitutional “National Laws” originating from Queensland. They claim that the Australian Federal Relations Architecture (AFRA), established in 2020 by former Prime Minister Scott Morrison, is an illegal framework that undermines the Australian Constitution. Their mission is to raise awareness and challenge the legitimacy of AFRA.
One of the key issues highlighted by the protest is the lack of accountability within the National Cabinet. Unlike a traditional cabinet, where members are accountable to the federal parliament, the Premiers and Chief Ministers in the National Cabinet are answerable to the parliaments of their respective states or territories. This setup raises concerns about the balance of power and the potential for abuse.
The National Cabinet deals with matters of national significance that fall outside of federal legislative power. While this may seem like a necessary arrangement, some argue that it bypasses democratic processes and undermines the authority of the federal government.
Efforts are underway to make the minutes of National Cabinet meetings publicly available to increase transparency and accountability. Recent decisions regarding the status of the National Cabinet may pave the way for greater access to information about its operations.
As the controversy surrounding the Australian Corporation of 1973 unfolds, concerned citizens are rallying together to expose the alleged fraud and seek justice. The Monday nightly Zoom meetings organized by email@example.com provide a platform for individuals to share their experiences, exchange information, and explore potential remedies.
By shedding light on the unlawful practices of the Australian Corporation of 1973, those involved in the movement hope to restore the integrity of the Australian Commonwealth Constitution 1901. As more individuals become aware of the alleged fraud, the movement gains momentum, and the pressure for accountability grows.
To stay informed about the developments in this ongoing controversy and participate in the Zoom meetings, interested individuals can visit the links provided in this article. The struggle for justice and constitutional integrity continues, and it is through collective action that change can be achieved.