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What is our Common Law?

Our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 is our Common Law. We the People of the Commonwealth of Australia are the supreme authority, established in the Preamble with the first three words, “WHEREAS the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established 

Only we the people can hold those who are causing so much pain directly accountable for their crimes against us by summoning them to a Common Law court to be tried before a Jury of 12 of their peers. We are the Common Wealth – Unite and Uphold the Right!

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Please sign your Charter as a member of a Common Law Assembly before you come to the meeting, and bring your Certificate with you:
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Please Note: To help us plan seating, please tell us the number of people in your party. Walk-ins may also attend, but we reserve the right of entry.

Our next Assembly Meeting:

Date: July 4, 2021 — (Note: Due to a previous booking we will have a 3 week gap between the May 30 and June 20 Assembly meetings)
Time: from 2pm
Location: Bli Bli Community Hall
87 Willis Rd
Bli Bli
Qld 4560

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Minutes of the latest meeting:

SUNSHINE COAST COMMON LAW ASSEMBLY

Minutes of meeting Sunday 30th May 2021 held at the Community Hall, 87 Willis Road, Bli Bli

Meeting declared open at 2pm by new Convener Krisstie Byrnne.

A document was given to every member present stating that if anyone has the Covid jab, it is requested that you DO NOT attend any assembly for six weeks following.  If any assembly member has the second jab, please do not return to any further assemblies.  Mike asked the assembly if that procedure was acceptable and it was a unanimous show of hands positively.

Mike gave a short talk describing the basis for common law for the new attendees.  He also mentioned that we do not have public liability insurance.  Under common law we are all responsible for ourselves.  It is generally only Council rooms that request insurance cover by anyone renting the space.  This is not what common law is about.

A suggestion to review the 5 point plan was made by Mike:

https://advance-australia.com.au/

Krisstie asked for ideas on what content assembly members would like to see or learn at meetings.  The Reversion process was mentioned.  The first step with that is to get a copy of your Live Birth form and this can be difficult because the departments of Births, Deaths and Marriages denies it exists (but it does).  The idea is out there now to form a small group for those who wish to engage in that process.  Wait and see…..

Mike suggests time may be better spent on starting from the beginning with knowledge of common law, with study on the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution 1902 and the Magna Carta.  Additionally, things we all want to know how to do like dealing with police.

Any member keen to learn is advised of the Zoom meetings.  6.30 on Thursday is the Bloody Aussie Battler open mic:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84960332756

HOW TO DEAL WITH A POLICE STOP

To kick off our practice with this wide topic, Mike took the role of  a driver pulled over by police for minor infringement.  Everyone participated with questions.  More of these role plays are needed.   Remember:  it is most important NOT to answer any questions.  Stay calm and polite. Your car is your private property.  Do not open your window or the boot of the vehicle.  You can ask “is it a crime?”  “are you detaining me”.    Once you make a statement of any kind they can use it against you, so only ask questions back in response to the officer’s questions to you. You can ask the officer: “are you aware of the Commonwealth of Australia 1901 Constitution Section 109?”.  You can always read from that if you always have a copy of it with you, or on your phone.

Mike reminded the Assembly that you can have car number plates under Common Law with our own numbers.

Police MUST answer all your questions.  You can always read from Section 109 of the Constitution. 

See Regina vs Banner 1970 here:   https://cirnow.com.au/police-powers-our-rights-and-responsibilities/

  There is information on this on the website:  https://cirnow.com.au

An assembly member gave some valuable information regarding the police.  It is well to note that what the police know depends on their rank.  Do not keep arguing with an officer who does not seem to understand the basics.  Ask “may I see your supervisor please” and if the supervisor does not know ask to speak to a higher ranking officer.

Point to note also is that in actual fact the police do have powers unless you have “all rights reserved” on all your documents, including licence. If you show it to them without these words you are in fact contracting.  It is best therefore to memorise your licence number and give it to them this way.

Mike read out a letter that he wrote to a real estate company because he was not allowed a viewing because he refused to comply with the agent on the day demanding the QR code be activated. 

More general discussion in regard to knowing your rights.  Several stories of success were told including a member who told the assembly about a person who was made to show their mask exempt documents. They took the matter to court, suing for a breach of human rights and breaching the Privacy Act.  They won in court with a win of $20,000 for each breach.

COURT PRACTICE

Using Mike’s current case as something worthwhile to practice with, regarding the suppression order, a practice of how the case would be heard in the current judicial system was undertaken.  Valuable information was passed on an many questions followed.

Meeting ended at 4pm.

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