Solihin Millin

Solihin Millin is the founder of the anti-vaccination website Make Australia Healthy Again


Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Solihin Millin had attempted the typical OPCA foisted unilateral contract, serving a “Notice of Liability” regarding vaccines on 28 June 2019, naming numerous politicians and ministers. 

Solihin Millin was very active from the start in supporting and organising protests against lockdowns and other restrictions.


The various notices and court applications issued show a strong influence by pseudo legal thought covered in other articles, including the contentions regarding the removal of the Crown and the associated private prosecutions brought by Brian Shaw:


Solihin Millin rose to notoriety due to his arrest on charges of incitement on 27th August 2020, after encouraging others to attend a 5 September “freedom rally” at the Shrine of Remembrance and Albert Park in the weeks before the event, through a series of Facebook posts.

The charge details were:


After his arrest, Solihin Millin uploaded the following video to his YouTube channel of his recorded interview with Victoria Police, which was later deleted. It shows him explaining to an officer about his research that Covid-19 is a scam, and describes in detail about the plan for the New World Order, the corruption he believes is rampant in the Australian hierarchy, and that Australians are no longer living in a democracy, but are now under a fascist corporation registered with the United States Security and Exchange Commission. 


News: “Melbourne anti-lockdown protest organiser calls coronavirus a ‘scam’” 


A Current Affair: “COVID-19 unrest and protests in Dandenong by ‘resistance’ group lead to arrests” 


The Age: “Man charged with incitement over lockdown protest wants case heard in higher court“: 


The Age: “Anti-lockdown protest accused to challenge incitement charge in High Court“: 

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Solihin Millin filed a Writ of Summons in the High Court against the Commonwealth of Australia on 31 January 2020: 

On 6 February 2020, Gageler J directed that the Writ was not to be issued or filed without leave of a Justice being obtained by the applicant. That application was heard and rejected 20 March 2020 in Millin, In the matter of an application for leave to issue or file [2020] HCATrans 36


Solihin Millin lodged an Appeal regarding this rejection by Gordon J. on the 7 April 2020. 

The Appeal was heard on 17 June 2020, and was again rejected In the Matter Of An Application by Solihin Millin for Leave To Appeal [2020] HCASL 144


Solihin Millin initiated another application on 20 January 2021, naming the State of Victoria as the respondent, which appears to have been rejected for filing by the Registrar. 

Solihin Millin then lodged a “Notice of Constitutional Matter” on 3 March 2021, attempting to remove proceedings relating to the Incitement charge from the Magistrates Court to the High Court, naming his arresting officer Vincent Rizzo as the respondent. 

He published his response to correspondence received from the respondent on 1 April 2021. 

The application was heard on 17 June 2021, and was again rejected. Millin v Vincent Rizzo Detective Senior Constable 40491 Moreland Crime Investigation Unit Victoria Police [2021] HCASL 107


Solihin Millin again attempted to lodge his application naming the State of Victoria as the respondent on 3 July 2021, along with a separate annexure, which also appears to have been rejected for filing by the Registrar. 

Having no success with the High Court, Solihin Millin attempted to lodge an application with the Federal Court of Australia on 8 July 2021, naming the State of Victoria as the respondent “on behalf of 27,771 Class Action Co-joiners” which also appears to have been rejected for filing by the Victorian Registrar of the Federal Court.