Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity”: Are my claims credible or just hot air?

When it comes to my claims about Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity, are my Ronald’s space claims and YouTube videos credible or just a load of hot air, i.e. pure garbage?

To start your search to answer that question, type my name into the search box at the South Australian Teachers registration Board public register. This is at:

http://crmpub.trb.sa.edu.au/teachersearch.aspx

OKAY, now that you know that I am a registered teacher, check this out:

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-30/treasurer-joe-hockey-wins-defamation-case-against-fairfax/6582900

Yes, Joe Hockey really did score $200,000 for a “Treasurer for sale” tweet on Twitter on June $29th this year.

Did you know that if you post lies on the Internet, you can face serious criminal charges? The legal reality is that if I posted defamatory information, or maliciously false information, then I could face jail terms of up to 7 years. The laws that apply to what I post on this website also apply to you as your state may have similar laws to the two examples below from the South Australian Criminal Law Consolidation Act. (1935)

As the laws below reveal, deliberately defaming someone is a serious crime and if the views expressed in this report were maliciously untrue, then I would have broken the law and could be facing up to 7 years in jail.

Section 257—Criminal Defamation.

(1)     A person who, without lawful excuse, publishes defamatory matter concerning another living person—

   (a)    knowing the matter to be false or being recklessly indifferent as to whether the matter is true or false; and

   (b)    intending to cause serious harm, or being recklessly indifferent as to whether the publication of the defamatory matter will cause serious harm, to a person (whether the person defamed or not),

is guilty of an offence.

Maximum penalty: Imprisonment for 3 years.

Division 1—Punishment for certain common law offences

270—Punishment for certain offences

    (2)    Any person convicted of any of the following common law offences, that is to say, any conspiracy to cheat or defraud, or to extort money or goods, or falsely to accuse of any crime, or to obstruct, prevent, pervert or defeat the course of public justice, shall be liable to be imprisoned for a term not exceeding seven years.

As a Christian I am very mindful that:

  God’s 9th Commandment, “You shall not bear false witness”, also prohibits deliberately telling lies in order to wilfully defame other people.

  • Proverbs 12:17 also says, “When you tell the truth, justice is done, but lies lead to injustice”, i.e. wilfully defaming people is completely counter-productive.
  • Proverbs 31: 8 – 9 places an obligation on all Christians to, “Speak up for people who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless. Speak for them and be a righteous judge. Protect the rights of the poor and needy.”

I have therefore compiled this report as an act of faith for I believe that when God hears cries for help, He sometimes answers by sending the most unlikely people to provide that helps. If for some reason, professional ‘Good Samaritans’ are not available, then God may scrape the bottom of the barrel by using people are willing to fools for Christ’s sake.

I am such a fool and I am available.

Ronald Medlicott – A Christian lay advocate for justice in Australia.

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