How many people know there is a ‘Bill of Rights’ bill sitting on the table in the House of Representatives in Canberra which already has survived a first reading.

It is called the Bill of Rights Act, 2017, tabled by Tasmania Independent MP, Andrew Wilkie.

According to Mr Wilkie it is a bill for an Act relating to the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all Australians and all people in Australia, and for related purposes.

This bill paves the way, setting the framework for Turnbull’s republic.

Mr Wilkie is obviously unaware we already have the inalienable Bill of Rights 1688, which cannot be altered by any parliament.

“If you were not worried before you need to be very concerned now”

The objects of this Act are:

15 (a) to promote universal respect for, and observance of, human

16 rights and fundamental freedoms for all persons without

17 discrimination; and

18 (b) to that end, to enact an Australian Bill of Rights giving effect

19 to certain provisions of:

20 (i) the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

21 done at New York on 16 December 1966; and

22 (ii) the International Covenant on Economic, Social and

23 Cultural Rights done at New York on 16 December

24 1966; and

25 (iii) the Convention on the Rights of the Child done at New

26 York on 20 November 1989;

27 being guided by:

28 (iv) the Declaration on the Rights of Mentally Retarded

29 Persons; and

1 (v) the Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons; and

2 (vi) the Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of

3 Intolerance and of Discrimination based on Religion or

4 Belief; and

5 (c) to ensure that any person whose rights or freedoms as set out

6 in the Australian Bill of Rights are infringed by or under any

7 law in relation to which that Bill of Rights operates has an

8 effective remedy; and

9 (d) to promote, enhance and secure, as paramount objectives, the

10 freedom and dignity of the human person, equality of

11 opportunity for all persons and full and free participation by

12 all Australians in public affairs and public debate.

Article 3 states:

6 (2) A right or freedom set out in this Bill of Rights may not be limited

7 by any law to any greater extent than is permitted by the

8 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the

9 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.


Article 4  – – –  Fundamental Freedoms: no criticism of same sax marriage

13 (1) Every person has the right to freedom of expression, including the

14 freedom of the press and other media of communication, and the

15 freedom to seek, receive and impart ideas or information of any

16 kind in any form, without interference and regardless of frontiers.

17 (2) A law may not authorise a person or group to express information

18 that advocates national, racial or religious hatred and incites

19 discrimination, hostility or violence.

Freedom to have or adopt a religion or belief. Allows Muslims to build mosques forever

3 Every person has the right to have or adopt a religion or belief of

4 that person’s choice without coercion of any kind, and to manifest

5 that religion or belief in worship, observance, practice and

6 teaching, whether individually or in community with others and

7 whether in public or in private.

Rights of Indigenous peoples. Allows Aborigines to make land claims against any land, irrespective of tenure, forever more. Australian land owners to pay an annual rent to Aborigines

9 (b) the right to claim native title for Indigenous lands and natural

10 resources based on the recognition of their prior ownership;

Allows any indigenous person, whether a proper Aborigine by birth or not to suck off the public teat forever more:

15 (d) the right to obtain reasonable financial and technical

16 assistance from the Government to pursue their political,

17 economic, social and cultural development in a spirit of

18 co-existence with other Australian citizens and in conditions

19 of freedom and dignity;


Article 11 – – –

Rights of minority groups. To speak their own language, to create more of and to live in ethnic ghettos anywhere, forever more:

24 Persons who belong to an ethnic, religious or linguistic minority

25 have the right, in community with other members of their own

26 group, to enjoy their own culture, to profess and practise their own

27 religion, or to use their own language.

Article 12 allows euthanasia:

6 (3) Every person has the right to end his or her life.


Article 13 – – –

Liberty and security of person. A drivers licence is a contract. No more traffic fines or jail for non-payment:

14 (4) No person may be imprisoned merely on the ground of inability to

15 fulfil a contractual obligation.


Article 14 – – –

Vaccines cannot be compulsory nor can parents be threatened with a loss of government benefits

23 (3) Every person has the right to refuse any medical treatment for

24 themselves.


Article 15.  – – – No more work for the dole

3 No person may be held in slavery or servitude or be required to

4 perform forced or compulsory labour.


Article 16 – – –

Right of participation in public life. The end of political parties

7 Every Australian citizen has the right and will have the

8 opportunity:

9 (a) to take part in the conduct of public affairs, directly or

10 through freely chosen representatives; and

11 (b) to vote and to be elected at genuine periodic elections, which

12 will be by universal and equal suffrage and by secret ballot,

13 guaranteeing the free expression of the will of the electors;


Article 18 – – –

Rights of the child. Every new-born baby will be registered by Government continuing the slavery of the banking sector by owning the people as chattels. Parents unable to allow their children to work for a family business

3 Recognising that every child has the right to such measures of

4 protection as are required by the child’s age:

5 (a) every child has the fundamental rights and freedoms set out

6 in this Bill of Rights to the greatest extent compatible with

7 the age of the individual child; and

8 (b) every child will be registered immediately after birth and will

9 have a name; and

10 (c) every child has the right to acquire a nationality; and

11 (d) every child will be protected from economic and social

12 exploitation. Their employment under set age limits, or in

13 work harmful to their morals or health, dangerous to life or

14 likely to hamper their normal development should be

15 prohibited and punishable by law.


Article 22 – – –

Property. The Government can seize your property for non-payment of taxes or any reason it sees fit

9 (1) Every natural or legal person has the right to peacefully enjoy the

10 person’s possessions. No person may be deprived of the person’s

11 possessions except in the public interest and subject to the

12 conditions provided for by law and by the general principles of

13 international law.

14 (2) This right does not impair the right of the Commonwealth or State

15 Government to enforce laws it considers necessary to control the

16 use of property in accordance with the general interest or to secure

17 the payment of taxes or other contributions or penalties.


Article 26 – – –

Right to education. Parents can take their children out of the UN controlled education curriculum, and home-school their kids

16 No person may be denied the right to education. In the exercise of

17 any functions which it assumes in relation to education and to

18 teaching, the Commonwealth or State Government will respect the

19 right of parents to ensure such education and teaching in

20 conformity with their own religious and philosophical convictions.


Article 29 – – –

Environment. Closing down the mining and agricultural industries by the States under Agenda 30

19 (1) Every person has the right to an environment that is not harmful to

20 their health or well-being.

21 (2) The Commonwealth or State Government will take appropriate

22 steps to protect the environment for the benefit of present and

23 future generations, through reasonable legislative and other

24 measures that:

25 (a) prevent pollution and ecological degradation; and

26 (b) promote conservation; and

27 (c) secure ecologically sustainable development and use of

28 natural resources while promoting justifiable economic and

29 social development.


Article 30 – – –

Right to protection from arbitrary interference. Close down the massive public surveillance system put in place by the LNP/ALP. Prevent the homosexual controlled media from denigrating honest, heterosexual citizens

3 Every person has the right to:

4 (a) protection of privacy, family, home and correspondence from

5 arbitrary or unlawful interference; and

6 (b) protection from unlawful attacks on honour and reputation.


Article 39 – – –

Right to reasonable standard of criminal procedure. We already have the Constitutional right to a jury trial for any matter in civil or criminal jurisdiction, regardless of the penalty.

19 (f) the right to trial by jury if the person may be imprisoned for (3) three

20 or more years for the offence;

21 (g) the right to be present at any trial relating to the offence and

22 to present a defence;

23 (h) the right to examine the witnesses against the person;

24 (i) the right to obtain the attendance of, and to examine,

25 witnesses for the person;