David Fitzgibbon

Barrister David Fitzgibbon appeared in many cases attempting the contention that the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973 is invalid and unconstitutional, or that there was a "break in sovereignty" from the time of the Treaty of Versailles. among many other contentions that were settled in prior jurisprudence. Often Mr Fitzgibbon was instructed by Wayne … Continue reading David Fitzgibbon

The Australia Act 1986

According to the long title of the Australia Act 1986, its purpose was "to bring constitutional arrangements affecting the Commonwealth and the States to be brought into conformity with the status of the Commonwealth of Australia as a sovereign, independent and federal nation". The Australia Acts (Cth and UK) eliminated the remaining possibilities for the UK to … Continue reading The Australia Act 1986

Pickin v British Railways Board (1974) AC 765

Pickin v British Railways Board (1974) AC 765 "When an enactment is passed there is finality unless and until it is amended or repealed by Parliament.  In the Courts there may be argument as to the correct interpretation of the enactment: there must be none as to whether it should be on the statute book … Continue reading Pickin v British Railways Board (1974) AC 765

The Statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942

The Statute of Westminster 1931 was brought into effect in Australia by the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942. Section 2 deals with the Validity of laws made by Parliament of a Dominion (28 and 29 Vict. c. 63): 1. The Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, shall not apply to any law made after the … Continue reading The Statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942

The Balfour Declaration 1926

The Balfour Declaration agreed to at the Imperial Conference of 1926 declared that the self-governing dominions were to be regarded as “…autonomous communities within the British Empire, equal in status, in no way subordinate one to another in any aspect of their domestic or external affairs, though united by a common allegiance to the Crown, … Continue reading The Balfour Declaration 1926

R v. Foreign Secretary ex parte Indian Association of Alberta [1982] 1 QB 892

R v. Foreign Secretary ex parte Indian Association of Alberta [1982] 1 QB 892 England and Wales Court of Appeal (Civil Division) Royal Courts of Justice, London. On appeal after the application was dismissed by the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division. RATIO: The court considered an application leave to request a judicial review … Continue reading R v. Foreign Secretary ex parte Indian Association of Alberta [1982] 1 QB 892

Fitzgibbon v HM Attorney General [2005] EWHC 114 (Ch)

David Claude Fitzgibbon v Her Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (2004) HC 03C03923 By an application notice dated the 18th November 2003, the Attorney General of the United Kingdom applied to strike out an action by Barrister David Claude Fitzgibbon from Australia, that "the functions of HM the Queen … Continue reading Fitzgibbon v HM Attorney General [2005] EWHC 114 (Ch)

Re London Borough of Tower Hamlets [2019] EWHC 1572 (Fam)

Re London Borough of Tower Hamlets [2019] EWHC 1572 (Fam) is not binding on Australian courts, but nevertheless may have a persuasive effect on future similar cases. It relates to a couple who refused to register their son’s birth believing that it would cause the child to become controlled by a State. Following a private … Continue reading Re London Borough of Tower Hamlets [2019] EWHC 1572 (Fam)

Appeals to the UK Privy Council

There's a viral rumor infecting the internet that Rod Culleton has been reinstated as a senator because of alleged advice received from the UK Supreme Court in London, and that there is now an ongoing matter before the UK Privy Council. The rumor seems to have originated on the dodgy Cairns News website 1 that also … Continue reading Appeals to the UK Privy Council

The Sir Harry Gibbs letter

https://freemandelusion.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/allleged-sir-harry-gibbs-letter.pdfhttps://freemandelusion.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/alleged-sir-harry-gibbs-letter-1995-.pdf This letter is widely circulated online, and further conclusions drawn from it. Something that must be pointed out initially, is that the authenticity of this letter has never been established, so the attachment of Sir Harry Gibbs name is itself doubtful, regardless of the contents. I note the copy of the letter … Continue reading The Sir Harry Gibbs letter

Rodney Culleton

Even a few Australian members of parliament have fallen for OPCA theories... Anne Bressington, who was elected to the South Australian Legislative Council at the 2006 South Australian election as Nick Xenophon's running mate, was once reported to have followed One Peoples Public Trust, and was later involved with UN Swissindo, another OPCA scam. Malcolm … Continue reading Rodney Culleton

Wayne Glew

Wayne Kenneth Glew 1 has an extensive OPCA and constitutional litigation history.  In fact, the decisions made in Wayne's cases are relied upon, whenever similar contentions are brought before courts today, and in many cases they have become precedent in the particular point of law. Here is a brief summary of cases past:  Glew & … Continue reading Wayne Glew

Sovereign characters

Ernie Tertelgte is an interesting OPCA character. He was initially only charged for fishing without a fishing licence, but was notably passionate in his in-court responses. As is often the alleged conclusion with OPCA mentions, he “dismissed the matter” and walked out, after the magistrate allegedly “abandoned ship, leaving him the highest sovereign in the … Continue reading Sovereign characters