Article 61: Implications
Hello and welcome. A couple of points from the previous video need clarifying. At one point I stated that the citizenry obeying the direction of the Barons and joining with them in distressing the Crown until the treason was redressed was “not a rebellion against the authority of the government; it is a rebellion against its LACK of authority”. That’s an unfortunate choice of words, because the words ‘rebellion’ or ‘rebel’ carry clear overtones of acting unlawfully or outside the law, whereas people who are standing under Article 61 are in fact the only ones who are acting wholly within the law (or at least, striving to do so). It would be more accurate to portray this stance as being one of lawful dissent; dissent from an illegitimate or unlawful, even treasonous regime, while remaining loyal to the Barons, erstwhile upholders of the Constitution, until such time as the situation is rectified. The distinction is subtle, but important, especially as there are many who seek to benefit from the ongoing treason and will seize any opportunity to weaken the legitimacy of those who oppose such crimes.
Secondly, towards the end of that video I spoke of the Australian Constitution and the fact that it had been treasonously meddled with by recent Australian governments. These videos are limited in time, and we were out of time when that point was reached, but it’s now appropriate to expand on that topic, and explain some facts which will doubtless shock many people. Hopefully, these facts will cause many Australians to reassess their current attitudes and actions towards the Constitutional crisis which we have been discussing (and enduring).
When Article 61 was invoked on the 23rd of March 2001, it was done because of unresolved treason by the Crown and many of its alleged agents, for example Parliamentarians, public servants, even police, and so on. At that point, all Acts, Statutes, directives etc. which had been enacted by any of the treasonous governments beforehand became invalid, or null and void; Article 61 became the only valid law under the English Constitution, and the only law which loyal citizens are bound to obey. In law, obeying acts which have been placed in situ by treasonous governments is simply aiding and abetting such treason. Most people are unaware of these facts and their implications, but as the situation is now clear-cut, it behooves everyone to get into proper legal standing in dissent of the treason or find oneself in the potentially serious situation of being complicit. Those who are aware of the truth are lawfully bound to inform as many others as they are able, in order that momentum can be built towards overthrowing this tyranny. Knowing of treason and not reporting it to authorities is itself a serious crime (Misprision of treason), for example.
For Australians, the news which many will find either unpalatable or simply incapable of acceptance, is that we now have no valid Constitution. Appeals to the Governor-General or Ministers or other MPs will be totally ineffectual, since they have no legal authority to act in the offices to which they claim, falsely, to have been elected. Even if these criminals had legal powers, two very important questions arise:
“What are the people to do if these ‘officials’ simply ignore their demands and refuse to fulfil their Constitutional duties?” And:
“What is the point of appealing to the good nature of criminals; when has this ever produced a desired result?”
When governments abandon so wholeheartedly even the pretense of legitimacy in pursuit of totalitarian goals, history shows us that they never cease their crimes simply because they are ‘asked nicely’. They must be stopped; rallies, petitions, appeals to higher authorities are useless once a criminal gang has taken off the gloves and is openly beating people about their heads and trampling their inalienable human rights.
But these are mere side issues, the fact is that we have no Constitution in place, and no-one who is legitimately or legally placed to act with any authority thereunder anyway. Many will ask, “Why is this so? Don’t we have an Act, The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (UK), under which we have lived for over 120 years?”
One answer is that as mentioned before, the acts of treason began while the ink was scarcely dry on the 1215 Magna Carta. As described already, there have been numerous treasonous acts of Parliament but these reached a crescendo with the proposed Treaty of Nice, and this did trigger the current invocation on 23rd March 2001.
Another answer is even more basic. A Constitution is a document