In order to stop the Human Rights & Equal Opportunities Commission (HREOC) from interfering in the Breaching process, in 1986 HREOC’s Charter was framed in such a way that it prevented breached welfare recipients from lodging complaints.
Breaching, which means “Breach of Contract” also stripped the unemployed of their Constitutional Right to have their case argued in the (High) Court. (Check out Paragraph 75 of the Constitution.)
This action in cutting off welfare recipients from seeking redress for the Human Rights violations deliberately inflicted upon them raises the issue of “Mens rea”, a legal term that means “Guilty Intent”. The amoral intention was to make people suffer, with no regard for the consequences; it was implicit in the Breaching process. The theory behind it was extremely simplistic, “Without the dole, the bludgers can either work or starve”. Also implicit in this attitude was the false assumption that work was available and that an employer would be willing to employ and was able to benefit by employing the breached person.
“Sociopath” and “Terrorist” are two words that describe amoral people who deliberately create inhumane situations that cause random deaths. No politician that I have challenged over breaching triggered deaths, the “Post Breaching Terminal Outcomes” has ever denied that the death toll since 1986 may exceed 5,000. What do you call behaviour that targets an at-risk social minority group, inflicting appalling hardship and random deaths?
Article 10 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him. There is nothing independent or impartial about the breaching process. It is inconsistent with both the Constitution and obligations under the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Every politician to ever voted YES to breaching legislation committed an act of State Terrorism.