The New Zealand Defence Force Covid Mandate Case Decided: Lessons for Australia - A Legal Opinion Sought Out By Arnis Luks

The New Zealand Court of Appeal has ruled that the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDEF) had acted illegally with its Covid-19 vaccine mandate. A government public order had required New Zealand defence persons and police to receive the Covid-19 vaccine or be terminated. Three unvaccinated NZDEF challenged the order seeking a judicial review. Various g...

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Cultural Marxism, Eroding the Common Law - A Legal Opinion Sought Out By Arnis Luks

Following on from the article outlining the New Zealand climate change case, a case which is set to see the High court consider issues of traditional Māori lore as this is interpreted to relate to climate change issues, it is relevant to reflect upon the wider agenda which is impacting upon law in the West. Cases like this are no coincidence and Au...

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The New Zealand Climate Change Tort Case - A Legal Opinion Sought Out By Arnis Luks

A recent climate change case from New Zealand raises important political and jurisprudential (legal) issues, that are relevant to not just New Zealand but other Western countries, especially Australia and the United States. First, by way of general background, before going into details, the climate change case involves the applicant, Mike Smith, wh...

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Sovereign Citizen Failure? “Necromancy, Witchcraft, Sorcery and Treason” in the Supreme Court? By Peter West

Here is a test case of the sovereign citizen approach, or something like it, that citizens create the law, and stand above much of what is taken to be legally binding, and that received law is in some way flawed and hence open to a foundational challenge. This is seen in some hard cases that appear before the courts, paradoxically, where a judgment...

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A Covid Vax Injury Case Victory! By Ian Wilson LL.B

As reported by journalist Rebekah Barnett, there has been a successful Covid vax compensation case. The South Australian Employment Tribunal has held that the Department of Child Protection (DCP) must pay compensation and medical expenses to a youth worker who developed pericarditis (heart inflammation) after getting a Covid booster because of a wo...

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Use of Counter-Terrorism Law, Unconstitutional, Judge Finds By Charles Taylor (Florida)

At long last, a judge makes a reasonable decision, based upon the constitution, and unlike the recent decision of the US Supreme Court to allow illegals to continue to flood Texas, has taken a stand against a tyrannical government. A Canadian Federal Court judge has found that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's use of the counter-terrorism law, the Em...

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Stop Wasting Water by Viv Forbes

Almost every river in Eastern Australia is now pouring surplus water into the sea. But only two dams have been built in Queensland in the last 20 years - the https://www.seqwater.com.au/dams/wyaralong Wyaralong Dam built 13 years ago and Paradise Dam built 19 years ago.Droughts will come again and we will wish for another dam-builder like Joh Bjelk...

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Australia Day A good chance to fly only our National Flag

Australia Day is almost upon us on January 26. This reminds us of our great Australian Flag and its unifying importance. It is vital that our flag needs to be flown as the single most important symbol for all Australians.  The 6 minute video by Senator Alex Antic at the link below is very encouraging. Alex raises the question many of you will ...

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Katter hits a raw nerve!

On the basis of this message, the day will come when the ANZAC Day Parade will be banned, RSLs will close, and Australian soldiers will wear a different uniform. As Bob Katter says below, the Australian flag is already forbidden in some public areas. Sometimes I wonder if we can still call this place Australia – it's already owned by many foreign c...

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The Australian Heritage Society

The Australian Heritage Society Brief History The Australian Heritage Society was launched in Melbourne on September 18th 1971 at an Australian League of Rights Seminar. It was clear that Australia's heritage is under increasing attack from all sides; spiritual, cultural, political and constitutional. A permanent body was required to ensure that yo...

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ACTION TARGET Is Australia for Sale?

Do you wish to sell any of Australia to foreign interests? While the answer would be a resoundingly NO, it is alarming to see the rise in Chinese ownership. Chinese interests of ownership of our land has risen from 1.5m hectares to 14.4m hectares in one year. The focus has been on mining and agribusiness. The year 2023 public-records show China has...

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Right of Reply from Tim Dwyer

The Adelaide Freedom Rally was recently (30/03/2023) provided a Letter Template from local personality Tim Dwyer.I would describe Tim as quite sincere, who attended our ALOR Seminar last July, in which Professor Augusto Zimmermen and Sydney Solicitor Robert Balzola were the main speakers. I encouraged Tim to probe deeply the views of these legal mi...

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Response to Tim Dwyers Letter Template

The Adelaide Freedom Rally was recently (30/03/2023) provided a Letter Template from local personality Tim Dwyer.
I would describe Tim as quite sincere, who attended our ALOR Seminar last July, in which Professor Augusto Zimmermen and Sydney Solicitor Robert Balzola were the main speakers. I encouraged Tim to probe deeply the views of these legal minds who hold standing in a University and several Supreme Courts around Australia. The recordings of these papers are on our Rumble video channel for those interested for the Sunday question time in particular to listen to Tim's input into the overall discussion.

https://rumble.com/c/c-1324923
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