Category Archives: Case law

Part 51. Australia’s “irrelevant” holocaust. What the Pope and the world’s Catholic community need to know about the sentencing of Archbishop Wilson.

Magistrate Robert Stone would have been faced with a serious legal problem with the sentencing of Archbishop Wilson because the content of this letter. As the content below reveals, if the Newcastle Local Court registrar, Damian Bultitude, had not blocked … Continue reading

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Part 50: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against humanity – The Pauline Hanson Factor; See No Evil

Pauline Hanson and her One nation political party join the ranks of the “See no evil” brigades who see nothing wrong with vilifying, menacing, intimidating, defrauding, endangering, and randomly killing welfare recipients. NOTE: The short link URL for this posting … Continue reading

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Part 49. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against humanity. Who knew? The Kingsford Legal Centre knew.

The Kingsford Legal Centre, part of the University of New South Wales, is the 2nd legal organization to be named in a series of ‘WHO KNEW‘ videos exposing legal groups, mass media entities, politicians and public servants who “ought to … Continue reading

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Part 48: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against humanity. An email to the Financial Services Royal Commission pointing out why that is only one form of rape that the Redress Commission may have to deal with.

The text below is from an email that I am about to submit to the Financial Service Royal Commission in which I point out, (in ‘just’ 21,812 words), why the Redress Commission’s role in awarding compensation to sexually abused children … Continue reading

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Part 47. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity: Norma – the human face of Australia’s silent holocaust.

Norma is the visible face of Australia’s silent holocaust. To understand the above statement you need to watch a 6-minute video of a ‘today tonight’ segment that was broadcast on the 8th May 2018. Before I provide the URL for … Continue reading

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Part 46C. Australia’s ‘irrelevant” crimes against humanity. Malcolm Turnbull’s “storm in a teacup” was to conceal the fact the the 2016 election results are not legally valid.

Was Malcolm Turnbull’s “storm in a teacup” over Josh Freydenberg  a very clever distraction that concealed the frightening fact the the 2016 election results are not legally valid? Note:- The short link URL for this page is;  https://wp.me/p1n8TZ-1ca On Friday … Continue reading

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Part 46B. Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against Humanity: The Australian High Court’s response removes another barrier to an appeal to the International criminal Court.

In my last posting, I provided details of a submission to the High Court concerning the “Citizenship 7” case. The following response may constitute one more reason why the International criminal Court at the Hague in Holland may have jurisdiction … Continue reading

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