• Brigalow Qld Corp beast system. Past Warning
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    Brigalow Qld Corp beast system. Past Warning

    well today we’re going to talk about the implementation of agenda 21 in Australia the application of agenda 21 policies which we talk about frequently here on the perspectives radio show exceeds that of all other common-law countries the citizens of Queensland Australia an area landmass about equal to the size of the west coast of the United States have had their property rights completely stripped so as to advance this globalist political agenda today we’re going to discuss how the state of Queensland is now removed from the protections of the Australian Constitution a privately owned state corporation now owns and controls all land use activity in Queensland this…

  • The Common Law Part I: What is Common Law and What Role Did it Play in England? [No. 86]
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    The Common Law Part I: What is Common Law and What Role Did it Play in England? [No. 86]

    The common law is a body of laws and authorities among the judicial branch that was kind of a common heirloom that the people of America brought with them when they began to set up their colonial governments. And, of course, aspects of the common law then informed so many aspects of the daily lives of the colonists, from tort, to contract, to property, to real estate, to ordinary criminal law, protections of defendants who are faced with accusations of crime. A large body of judge-made law that came from England. Now under the common law, even if these rules and regulations were developed by the courts, they were always…

  • Section 100 of the Constitution why is it so hard? It’s the Law Obey it
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    Section 100 of the Constitution why is it so hard? It’s the Law Obey it

    Minister farmers are here on mass and one answers to these questions they gave my office the major storage dams of the lower Murray Darling Basin are currently holding about 7500 gigalitres of water that’s seven point five trillion liters yet farmers along the basin in New South Wales and Victoria are receiving zero allocation for general security water I’ll say it again these farmers can visit their water in those dams they can watch water float past their properties on the way to irrigate forests they just can’t have any Minister will you release 1000 gigalitres just 13% of the water and storage to the States for general security…

  • Obey the Constitution You Foreign Sovereign Citizens
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    Obey the Constitution You Foreign Sovereign Citizens

    Yeah good afternoon, it’s Sunday, the day where you get to have a lot to say about lots of bad things going on. I just looked at a video it’s actually from 2015 it’s a report into sovereign citizens, and I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read all of this, it’s purportedly headed by this group is detective Superintendent John O’Reilly is the commander of the counterterrorism and special tactics operation group of New South Wales, and he mouths off about the fact that there’s around three hundred people who or and probably more by now, that sovereign citizens and therefore should be described as domestic terrorists, well I…

  • Use & obey your Constitution or die Australia. Simple
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    Use & obey your Constitution or die Australia. Simple

    Fresh water flowing out to the ocean in our worst drought a farmers lifeblood dumped at sea, it’s just absolutely heartbreaking to see in one day 9,000 Olympic sized swimming pools going into the ocean enough to supply Dubbo and Tamworth with a year’s worth of water but it’s sent to South Australia where lush waterways thrive with birds boats and big homes so it’s just totally criminal there’s so much water at floods of forests at the bar Machoke out of farmers reach it’s just horrific knowing that they cannot legally touch a drop of it it’s leaving upstream communities in New South Wales crumbling we’ve had no house…

  • Simple Rules v. Regulation [Introduction to Common Law] [No. 86]
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    Simple Rules v. Regulation [Introduction to Common Law] [No. 86]

    When one wants to talk about examples of coordination through simple rules, they’re two kinds of transactions. One of them are sort of outright transfers of goods and the other is cooperative behavior. When you’re dealing with an outright transfer of goods, it’s not as easy as you think. You have to figure out when delivery is going to have to take place. You’re going to have to figure out what conditions have to be satisfied in order for the buyer to take the goods. These will typically involve warranties, having to do with the ownership of the good called warranties of title, or warranties of merchantability. And it’s extremely…

  • Positive Law v. Natural Law [Introduction to Common Law]
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    Positive Law v. Natural Law [Introduction to Common Law]

    One of the things that one deals with in positive law is the question of whether or not it’s a force for good or a force for evil. When the positive law is engaged in setting out formalities to allow voluntary transactions to take place, it works for the good. Uh, but the old maxim which says that, “Whatever is pleasing unto the prince has the force of law” carries with it the real danger that tyrannical rulers will essentially announce that natural law principles need not be followed, and that the state can impose upon individuals whatever rules that it wants. So, to take the most ancient example slavery…

  • They admit the truth, Our 1901 Constitution Stands + they are Liars, Wayne Glew
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    They admit the truth, Our 1901 Constitution Stands + they are Liars, Wayne Glew

    Good afternoon, this letter was sent to us from a friend and it is an answer to a letter he wrote to John Quigley the purported Attorney General of Western Australia, he couldn’t answer it I understand that he’s he used to be a very good attorney in, in criminal law and everything else and I don’t knock that fact but I doubt if he knows a great deal about the Constitution so put it on to Dr Adam Thomason director general of the Department of Justice, the third paragraph on this says the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act in brackets, the Constitution came into effect in 1901 in fact…

  • ‘Common Law’ S2 E3: The Road Not Taken After the Civil War
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    ‘Common Law’ S2 E3: The Road Not Taken After the Civil War

    [MUSIC PLAYING] RISA GOLUBOFF: Hello and welcome back to Common Law, a podcast from the University of Virginia School of Law. I’m Risa Goluboff, dean of the law school. LESLIE KENDRICK: And I’m Leslie Kendrick, the vice dean. You may have heard this season’s all about when law changed the world. We’ve been talking about the power of legal action to make change. RISA GOLUBOFF: So far, Leslie, we’ve talked mostly about how lawyers and courts have helped make some positive changes, like rolling back. America’s smoking habit or expanding civil rights and civil liberties during the Cold War and after World War II. But in this episode, we’re talking…

  • Can Laws Be Simple? [Introduction to Common Law] [No. 86]
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    Can Laws Be Simple? [Introduction to Common Law] [No. 86]

    One of the things that one worries about in putting the common law together is whether or not you can reduce it to a series of relatively simple rules. And the answer, generally speaking, is yes. With respect to property, the basic rule is that prior in time is higher in right, so that those people who take possession first essentially are allowed to keep it against all subsequent takers. This means, in effect, that once the property rights are established, no individual is entitled to disrupt them. The second principle on voluntary contract and exchange says, in effect, that if you make an agreement with somebody else for the…