Flynn v National Australia Bank [2009] WASCA 168

In Flynn v National Australia Bank [2009] WASCA 168 the applicant sought a stay of a foreclosure order, with a “series of propositions appearing under the heading ‘Philosophical Argument,’ the central tenet of which seems to be that the bank was loaning ‘not cash currency of the Commonwealth of Australia’ but “book entry credit created out of nothing” and that “the bank had entered into a criminal conspiracy to strip the appellant of his rights with malice aforethought” with this “aggressive takeover, rape and violation” of his business.