Hughesdale- The Centre Of The Melbourne Lockdown Resistance

All this because a barber shop decided to open. Well, it looks like they are opening again today, defying lockdown orders, and other businesses in the small suburban shopping strip are opening as well. Hughesdale, coincidentally – or maybe not- is one of the suburbs Dan Andrews destroyed with his Skyrail and brutalist communist architecture station, so he ain’t too popular there. Well, chairman Dan, Karma is a bitch!

Australia’s hottest politics singles

Gladys Berejiklian is single and so is her former secret Beau Daryl McGuire. So they are single and ready to mingle, bonus if you are OK with prison visits.

If you are a dictator you are always 50% single.

Get in now folks these hot new single won’t be available for long and possibly will be imprisoned anytime now.

We decide when the lockdown ends, not Daniel Andrews

From an anonymous barrister, reblogged from Social Media (corrected and edited by Grumpycat333) :

“Know this: Lockdown Orders have zero legal standing. Why did Daniel Andrews desperately want the Omibus detention powers? He had the existing fines mechanism to enforce Directions orders which are the basis of the lockdown. So why the need for new powers? This answer is because people are waking up.

Everyone should go and read page 106 of The Public Health and Wellbeing Act Division 1 Section 111. It states: the spread of an infectious disease should be prevented or minimised with the MINIMUM RESTRICTIONS on the RIGHTS of any person.

The legal drafting and clause construction is very clear. It says; the Chief Health Officer can do his job to stop the spread of an infectious disease, BUT a person’s rights restrictions must be minimal. He has a qualifier and restraint. He doesn’t decide what’s minimum. So who does decide what’s minimum?

If a person, whose rights are being restricted has no say in the matter, there would have been no need to include the clause in the legislation. The Parliament sought to preserve and protect civil liberties. It’s a check on unfettered powers. That is the purpose of the clause, otherwise, why have it in the legislation, if the Chief Health Officer has unrestrained powers? It’s a reminder of the constraint on the Chief Health Officer.

The Westminster system constrains, separates, checks and contains power, through a mechanism known as the Separation of Powers. This means that legislature (who makes laws), the Executive (Premier and Ministry) who execute law, and the Judiciary who interpret laws, remain separate. This is a check on power so it’s not concentrated as we seem to have in Victoria at the present.

The default ‘Mentis’ (mind) of Parliament, in a liberal democracy, is to preserve freedoms. Particularly the freedom of movement and association, which the High Court has protected over and over and now Daniel Andrews thinks he can extinguish. The person who decides what’s a minimum restraint on a person’s rights is the person who has the rights.

If that person has no say on what’s a restraint, the person would be deemed to have no rights, so why mention them? In this event, the person at best, has privileges which can be limited or extinguished. Like a driving license. True rights can only be suspended or limited by the right’s holder. These are known as inalienable rights. God given, which cannot be extinguished by the State, the Chief Health Officer or Daniel Andrews. Division 1 Section 111 was drafted in acknowledgement of this liberal democratic principle. The Section is even referred to as the Principle of the Act, against which all Directions Orders must be measured. Case closed.

What I have just set out is legal argument that a Barrister might make before a Magistrate, who is usually ill equipped to handle such arguments. Now you understand why the last thing Daniel Andrews wants is fines to be challenged in Court. Push the problem into the future or maybe even forgive fines so they never see a court room . Victorians don’t know or understand the law and Andrews feels omnipotent whilst most Victorians are oblivious and kept in the dark.



The average police officer in the street is even less well equipped to handle these matters, so don’t try to enlighten them or argue whilst being issued with an illegal and worthless fine. They have no idea. They’re just following orders. In any event, fines are only allegations and not findings of fact or guilt. Fines become an admission of guilt when you pay them. That’s why the fines can be challenged.

Daniel Andrews’ decrees from the podium have zero standing and will never stand up in court when the BS fines are challenged. They’re all a big bluff. The lockdown is a bluff. It’s no wonder the Magistrates Court has adjourned all Covid challenged fines well into 2021. If one illegal fine gets before a court, Andrews will buckle like he did with the curfew when it was uncovered as a fraud. The Directions Order will be found to be as illegal as the curfew. The day before the curfew was challenged in the Supreme Court, is was quickly ended by Andrews. The 5km restraint is equally illegal as an excessive restraint on the rights of Victorians. I remind you. If Victorians have no rights, as Andrews asserts, then why mention them in the Act?

While Andrews can’t be removed as Premier, he is subject to the Westminster system of Separation of Powers, which means the Parliament or Courts can clip his wings and stop his tyranny. As he has the numbers in Parliament it’s useless to try a no confidence motion against Andrews, so we’re left with the Judiciary and the Courts.

Being awake and informed will set you free. With the legal illusion of fines swept away, so is lockdown. We decide when the lockdown ends, not Daniel Andrews. The police will run out of ink in the their pens writing fines if we don’t co-operate. It was for this reason Daniel Andrews wanted detention powers in his Omnibus Bill. He feared someone would write a post like this, and wake up Victoria. “

Harry’s Clothing. The First Domino?

Harry Hutchinson from Harry’s Clothing in Berwick ( a suburb of Melbourne) has defied the lockdown and opened up his clothing store . He says that he has exceeded Christmas sales by 50% in two days and has to re-order stock. Support for his action is so strong that many people simply give him a donation, which he is passing on to an Aboriginal community.

A Hair salon in Hughesdale will open it’s doors tomorrow.

This comes after retail in the Melbourne Metropolitan zone was locked down more than 10 weeks ago, leaving only supermarkets, food stores, chemists and petrol stations open.

World’s Greatest Dickhead

Mr Mean

Omnibus Bill Passes In Victorian Parliament

injustice

Ballot fraud already a Democrat tactic

The idea of mail in ballot fraud is not not new in the USA, its has already happened recently. So fears this may occur in the USA election next month are well founded. The real danger for USA now is that what ever the result of the election neither side will accept the outcome. This refusal by either of the deeply polarized citizenry could lead to significant unrest as has been seen in some states over Black Lives Matter movement, police shootings and protesters vs counter protestors.

America: Stand back and stand by.

From The Australian Biosecurity Act 2015

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What this means is that any health measures ordered by the health minister in the case of  a pandemic have to be reasonable,  appropriate,  as non-intrusive as possible , for the shortest period possible and effective, otherwise they can and will be challenged in court. This is also determined by the charter of human rights.

The curfew has gone, and stringent hotel quarantine for all arrivals makes no sense anymore  either, when there is community transmission, which is one reason why it’s about to be scrapped. Other measures like the 5 km rule and universal mask wearing are also being challenged by experts.

 People can and will challenge the fines they received by breaching those measures and are most likely to win, which is why fines that have been put up for review are currently all dismissed, because if a precedent is set in court that the measure was disproportionate the government can be sued by all the people who received such fines.  A class  action is already being prepared by Serene Teffaha and her team at  advocateme.com.au

Fun Times.

Three Songs And The Truth -Van Morrison planning to release not one but three lockdown protest songs

Having truly revealed himself as a man for all seasons, Van the Man is about to drop three bombshells on the unsuspecting political class and the associated legacy media.

The three songs will be released, one at a time, on September 25th (Born to be free) October 9th (As I walked out) and October 23rd (No more Lockdowns)

The famous singer/songwriter has also called upon other musicians to join him in the fight to save live music.

Norther Ireland’s health minister has already referred to the songs as dangerous, which begs the question whether Morrison will actually be able to release the songs through the usual channels of Youtube, Spotify and itunes, who are heavily censoring anti-lockdown rethoric. (Spotify, being based in Sweden will probably go ahead, but might be censored itself) it’s also doubtful that they can be shared on Facebook, as they will probably be “fact-checked” as “false”.

Be prepared to find him on Bitchute.

Her is a taste of the lyrics :

“No more lockdown/No more government overreach/No more fascist bullies/Disturbing our peace/No more taking of our freedom/And our God-given rights/Pretending it’s for our safety/When it’s really to enslave.”

Media Release

MEDIA RELEASE: Successful Anti-Lockdown Flash Protest at Chadstone.

Police were caught completely off-guard today when a few hundred demonstrators descended on Chadstone for a flash protest.

We were able to get in and out in about 50 minutes with so far no known arrests or fines.

However Victoria Police spent many hundreds of thousands of dollars on PORT for today. We consider it their fine for opposing our freedom.

We’re going to relish in this victory.

Organisers attribute their success to careful planning and participants willingness to simply, trust the plan.

We apologise to Victorians on behalf of Victoria Police for their delayed and heavy handed response towards shoppers at Chadstone.



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