Kings Seal – Letters Patent 1836

In the 2014 documentary "King's Seal" 1 it was alleged that consecutive governments have ignored the legal rights of Aboriginal people of South Australia contained in clause 8.1 of the Letters Patent 1836 (SA) 2 which provides: "PROVIDED ALWAYS that nothing … Continue reading Kings Seal – Letters Patent 1836
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Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd v Evans; Evans v Esanda Finance Corporation Ltd [2016] NSWSC 1742

ANZ provided various facilities to Glenevan Pty Ltd, a company of which Mr and Mrs Evans were the sole directors. The facilities were secured by guarantees given Mr and Mrs Evans and mortgages over three properties and two vehicles. In … Continue reading Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd v Evans; Evans v Esanda Finance Corporation Ltd [2016] NSWSC 1742
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The Queen v Kevin Buzzacott [2004] ACTSC 89

In The Queen v Kevin Buzzacott [2004] ACTSC 89; 154 ACTR 37 the defendant was committed for trial in relation to an allegation of theft. It was alleged that he removed a bronze Australian Coat of Arms from a pillar … Continue reading The Queen v Kevin Buzzacott [2004] ACTSC 89
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Anderson v Kerslake [2013] QDC 262

The appellant was convicted for failure to vote at an election without a valid and sufficient excuse. In Anderson v Kerslake [2013] QDC 262 Nerissa Anderson appealed the decision as "Nerissa of the Ngadjon-Jii Tribe" arguing she did not make … Continue reading Anderson v Kerslake [2013] QDC 262
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Ngurampaa Ltd v Balonne Shire Council [2014] QSC 146

The Balonne Shire Council levied general rates upon the property owned by Ngurampaa Limited in the amount of $3,062.80, which the applicant failed to pay, and summary judgment was awarded against the applicant and in favour of the council in … Continue reading Ngurampaa Ltd v Balonne Shire Council [2014] QSC 146
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R v Anning [2013] QCA 263

R v Anning [2013] QCA 263 was an appeal from a conviction on a single count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle. In the appellants submissions was a document entitled Notice of Rebuttal of Claim to Title to Land … Continue reading R v Anning [2013] QCA 263
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Lacey v Earle [2014] ACTSC 397

In Lacey v Earle [2014] ACTSC 397, the appellant was convicted of driving offences, including using an unregistered and uninsured vehicle, exceeding the speed limit, and failing to provide her name. She challenged the jurisdiction of the courts to deal with … Continue reading Lacey v Earle [2014] ACTSC 397
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Australian Law As Applied To Aborigines

According to the judgment in R v Wedge [1976] 1 NSWLR 581, English law recognises three methods of acquisition of foreign land - conquest, cessation and settlement. Settlement occurs when a colony is founded in a land in which there … Continue reading Australian Law As Applied To Aborigines
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The Pacific Islanders Protection Acts

The Pacific Islanders Protection Acts of 1872 and 1875 are misconstrued by many Aboriginal activists as preventing the colonial governments from expanding their territories or otherwise interfering with the sovereignty and rights of the indigenous peoples in Australia without their … Continue reading The Pacific Islanders Protection Acts
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Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64

  Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64 https://freemandelusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/walker-v-new-south-wales-1994-hca-64.pdf   JURISDICTION - ALL ARE EQUAL BEFORE THE LAW Extract from Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64: "The proposition must be rejected. It is a basic principle that … Continue reading Walker v New South Wales [1994] HCA 64
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Governed under the Flora and Fauna Act

There are several misunderstandings regarding the effect of the national vote on the Constitution Alteration (Aboriginal People) more commonly known today as simply the 1967 referendum. At the time, Australian voters had backed only four of 24   constitutional referendums in … Continue reading Governed under the Flora and Fauna Act
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Mark McMurtrie

The Original Sovereign Tribal Federation 1 was created by Mark McMurtrie 2 https://freemandelusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/ostf-declaration-of-sovereignty-and-nationhood-original-sovereign-tribal-federation.pdf A burgeoning faction of Freemen are targeting Indigenous audiences in Australia 3 A taste of the subculture can be gleaned online, in groups such as the Tribal Sovereign … Continue reading Mark McMurtrie
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Aboriginal Sovereignty or Native Title?

The adoption of foreign OPCA and Sovereign Citizen concepts by Australian groups has caused a distortion of Aboriginal sovereignty philosophy. Traditionally, an aboriginal activist will claim there was no treaty with their people, therefore sovereignty was never ceded, and they … Continue reading Aboriginal Sovereignty or Native Title?
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