Alan Jones and Peta Credlin tackle expected, massive voting fraud

Watch this exclusive interview with Lex Stewart, Chairman of Vote Australia expose the corrupt Australian Electoral commission and why Prime Minister Scott Morrison won’t do anything about it.


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One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on March 7, 2019, in alan jones, voting, Voting fraud and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Current details for ABN 21 133 285 851 | ABN Lookup

    | | | | Current details for ABN 21 133 285 851 | ABN Lookup

    Provides access to the publicly available information provided by businesses when they register for an Australia…
    Why is the AEC registered for GST?Only not-for-profits with a turnover over $75k need to register for GST.


  2. Electronic voting is, as you know, quite insecure.Paper goo, ID best. Gaz


  3. Peter. Schuback

    It always has been corrupted. , the Fraser coast elections polling booths ran out of ballot papers and the voters were marked as if they had voted , when the votes were counted ( ballot papers were counted ) they were marked true and correct. This was reported in the Fraser coast chronicle yet th3 electrol commission wouldn’t do a thing about it be cause they said the election had been called as finished , this in It’s self was corrupting the electrol process . The system is rorted at every election


  4. In addition – there should be a Fair Dinkum Penalty for Not Voting – like $500. If you want to live in this Country – Vote for who will run the Government – be prepared to have your say.


  5. Another perspective

    Any one who votes for someone else among them to make rules to govern their life is giving themselves away as a slave.

    “Men must be governed by God or they will be ruled by tyrants.” – William Penn
    A Letter to Thomas F. Bayard:
    by Lysander Spooner (1808-1887)

    “……….1. No man can delegate, or give to another, any right of arbitrary dominion over himself; for that would be giving himself away as a slave. And this no one can do. Any contract to do so is necessarily an absurd one, and has no validity. To call such a contract a “Constitution,” or by any other high-sounding name, does not alter its character as an absurd and void contract.
    LB.8 2. No man can delegate, or give to another, any right of arbitrary dominion over a third person; for that would imply a right in the first person, not only to make the third person his slave, but also a right to dispose of him as a slave to still other persons. Any contract to do this is necessarily a criminal one, and therefore invalid. To call such a contract a “Constitution” does not at all lessen its criminality, or add to its validity.
    LB.9 These facts, that no man can delegate, or give away, his own natural right to liberty, nor any other man’s natural right to liberty, prove that he can delegate no right of arbitrary dominion whatever – or, what is the same thing, no legislative power whatever – over himself or anybody else, to any man, or body of men.
    LB.10 This impossibility of any man’s delegating any legislative power whatever, necessarily results from the fact that the law of nature has drawn the line – and that, too, a line that can never be effaced nor removed – between each man’s own interest and inalienable rights of person and property, and each and every other man’s inherent and inalienable rights of person and property. It, therefore, necessarily fixes the unalterable limits, within which every man may rightfully seek his own happiness, in his own way, free from all responsibility to, or interference by, his fellow men, or any of them.
    LB.11 All this pretended delegation of legislative power – that is, of a power, on the part of the legislators, so-called, to make any laws of their own device, distinct from the law of nature – is therefore an entire falsehood; a falsehood whose only purpose is to cover and hide a pure usurpation, by one body of men, of arbitrary dominion over other men…………..”


    A court ruled that a Ten Commandments’ monument must be removed from the State Capitol grounds in Oklahoma and the Supreme Court “sided with a lower court that ordered a New Mexico city to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the lawn outside City Hall.” Judge Roy Moore, who is running for the Senate Seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, “was removed from his position as Chief Justice in November 2003 by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary for refusing to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments commissioned by him from the Alabama Judicial Building, despite orders to do so by a federal court.”
    Moore’s support of the Ten Commandments is being attacked by the Democrats. Why would they do this? To protect Harvey Weinstein, one of their biggest donors, who violated the Seventh and Tenth Commandments? Politicians don’t like the Eighth Commandment since it prohibits stealing. There is no “You shall not steal except by majority vote.”
    Secular governments don’t like “Thou shalt nots.” It’s also why they don’t like a written constitution, especially one that only allows for enumerated powers.
    Don’t get me wrong. Judges and politicians love commandments as long as they get to make them. What they don’t like is someone higher than them — the true God — making commandments.
    Read on –

    lawyer (n.)
    late 14c. lauier, lawer, lawere (mid-14c. as a surname), “one versed in law, one whose profession is suits in court or client advice on legal rights,” from Middle English lawe “law” (see law) + -iere. Spelling with -y- predominated from 17c. (see -yer). In the New Testament (Luke xiv.3, etc.) “interpreter of Mosaic law.” Old English had lahwita, with wita “sage, wise man; adviser councilor,” and an earlier Middle English word for “lawyer” was man-of-law (mid-14c.). Related: Lawyerly.


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