Liberty Party looking for members

My political party might be of interest to you and your readers. I am John Prohm, leader of the Liberty Party, the only federal political party which actually cares about all Australians. The party was established late last year with the intention of becoming a party of government, in response primarily to the nonsense to which Australians have been subjected for the past two years but also to the damage done to Australians over the past five decades in terms of manufacturing, job security and home affordability.

Members of the party hold that all people are created with the obligation to refrain from interfering with other people and a reciprocal right to be reasonably free from interference; they’re created with the obligation to respect the land and hold it in trust; and they are sovereign over the government to which they grant certain powers. These Principles are set out in full at , being section 2 of the party’s Constitution.

From the principles flow the party’s written Objectives. Mainly, these involve improving the political and social culture which have long been deteriorating. Australians would benefit from truth, transparency and accountability in government, corporate media and large organisations; efficiency in tax collection; frugality in public spending; encouragement for manufacturers and growers; elimination of regulations and associated costs which do not benefit the public; actual education for children; neighbourliness; respect for land and indigenous Australian peoples; and the treating of the interests of Australians as the highest priority in decision-making.

These Objectives are set out in full at , being section 3 of the party’s Constitution. Perhaps not surprisingly now, the party’s election policies flow from the Objectives and Principles. Thus the Liberty Party has a coherent philosophical foundation and policy platform. The policies are at and include an introduction you might find interesting should you have a spare moment. I believe there is a fair chance of a hung parliament at this year’s federal election so a coherent party holding several seats could easily hold the balance of power in the House of Representatives.

More importantly, however, a party that wins 6–10 seats would likely *force* a hung parliament. A party in this position would possess considerable leverage and the Liberty Party aims to be that party. Thank you for your time in reading this far. If our mission is of interest to you and your readers, please feel free to publish stories and party material and to contact me whether by email or phone. We are actively recruiting party members and people to stand as quality candidates for the Senate and the House of Representatives in the federal election in May or earlier. I believe it’s time for an end to all the rubbish we’ve been served.

Yours sincerely John Prohm 0421 45 1020

About Editor, cairnsnews

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 January 13, 2022, in Commonwealth of Australia and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. John Prohm

    The candidates for the parties are very carefully chosen to follow the dictates of the party.
    Party loyalty, not loyalty to the Australian people, is the main priority. – free thinkers are not needed.

    If you want to vote for any party you have to vote for the candidate that they (the party) have decided you can vote for. You have no say about it, even if you think the candidate is a crook, that is the person you will vote for if you follow that party.

    If we voted for a person from our communities, a person that we knew and trusted, then we would be making our choice, not a parties choice,

    Candidates do swear to do the right thing by the Australian people, that does not mean that they will. Many of the candidates have already sworn allegiance to one of the many not so secret societies.

    It is true and factual that the parties have given away and stolen our country.
    How the traitors did it is not complicated, it just needs a lot of research to prove it.

    Many have done that research for us, below are just three of them:

    Dick Yardley. His book, Australian Political & Religious Leaders Treason, Treachery & Sabotage.

    Commonlaw . earth
    Home page
    click on Educate
    Click on Political Party Destruction
    (That site puts it into brief plain language)

    Cairns News


  2. Also, thank you to Cairns News for giving the Liberty Party some additional exposure.

    All such exposure is vital. The past couple of years have been surprisingly revealing, really. Where a public decision makes no sense, perhaps it’s driven by evil. With help from all Australians, the Liberty Party will set things right.


  3. The Liberty Party is not Australian Liberty Alliance.

    We believe that people should refrain from interfering with other people and in turn be reasonably free from interference, they should respect the land and hold it in trust, and they are sovereign over the government to which they grant certain powers. These Principles are set out in full at .


  4. The Liberty Party has no connection whatsoever to the Freedom Party (aka PPV) led by Netherlands MP Gerry Wilders.

    May I ask what you saw in your search that prompted you to think that?


  5. Thank you to questionit21. You have stated almost precisely what I did in my comment posted yesterday… although it hasn’t yet appeared for some strange reason.


  6. Those PTB gave the people an alternative political forum (derived from the original) and the people “elected” by their actions to abandon the de jure jurisdiction to partake in the de facto (fictional) analogue of the same.

    When you are asked for some identification, what do you use?
    If it is ‘State’ created, then you will know which jurisdiction you have chosen to present in.


  7. I went to search info about Liberty Party Australia and on Quora Richard Farnsworth stated this:

    Original question “What are the preferences of the Liberty Party of Australia?”

    The Liberty party in Australia is called the Australian Liberty Alliance” and is not related to the Liberal party, which is a conservative party. Just to be clear, We call those with left wing leaning small “L” liberals and those opposed the conservative and right leaning Liberals. However the question, as I answered it, is LIBERTY, not LIBERAL.

    The Liberty (ALA) party itself is an extreme right wing party, formed in 2012 and have strong connections to Anti-Muslim advocates. They prefer small government, they are anti-multiculturalist, they are anti-Islam and urge a vote for no to same sex marriage amongst other things.

    These people have received next to no support from the Australian electorate, they have no seats and have received support somewhat less that 1% in the senate and less than 0.2% in the house of Rep in the last federal election.

    Personally, my preference for them is to hope the support for them gets even less. I recall making jokes on the party name acronym ALA, pronounced Allah is somewhat incongruous with the anti Islamic stance.

    Firstly is this indeed factual that Liberty Party Australia is Australian Liberty Alliance?

    With Australian Liberty Alliance that Australia First Party has so much info that is not very good.

    Still liking these 2 Parties Australia One Leader is Riccardo Bosi an Ex Special Forces who really knows about Australian Constitution and then there is United Australia Party with Craig Kelly being the Leader left the Coalition and over 80,000 Members most members for any Party in Australia.


  8. daviddd2:

    The Liberty Party is for non-interference and does not support injection mandates in any form. The party does not support claytons mandates where an employer terminates an employee if the employee declines to get an injection.

    dickyardley and don:

    Not all of the candidates for each electoral division are chosen by parties. Certainly some or most are. The individual voter chooses the name of the candidate they wish to vote for so I’m not sure how you can say that individual Senators or MPs are not directly chosen by the people.

    Candidates put forward by the Liberty must swear to act in the interests of Australians. Please sections 5 and 13 of the party Constitution.


    I don’t follow your argument about changed definitions in the Electoral Act. Could you please give a section number or section numbers so I can see if I can follow you better. Thank you.


  9. It’s time to end this con of a two party system when we know their puppet masters are the very same people.We need a true peoples party for the people run by the people & fully transparent.. no more left or right crap illusion, we have tried it & it fails us every time.


  10. Hmmm well they can keep looking. Having never heard of this lot, I did some we critical thinkers do. What I discovered I deem to be quite disturbing to say the least. They are basically a branch of the Freedom Party (aka PPV) led by Netherlands MP Gerry Wilders. Their mandate (for want of a better word), is anti immigration; anti Muslim; anti same sex marriage and probably a whole host of other ‘anti’s’. Which begs the question, Liberty for whom exactly? We and the rest of the world are currently striving and fighting for a higher, more enlightened age of consciousness. Not to further de-evolve and descend into the dark pit of division, fanaticism and hatred.
    But thank you for posting Mr Prohm’s ‘recruitment’ missive and bringing to our attention their existence…. albeit it rather diminutive. “Know your enemy” as they say.


  11. I too automatically read “liberal”. Bad choice of name.
    No matter who you vote for a politician always gets in 🙂
    After reading another article here, I’m wondering if we will even make it to the next election… Certainly not the state election in November in Vic.
    This article;


  12. RE: “the *status* of the Commonwealth of Australia”. So who or what “official” entity has assigned this “official classification” to us and under what jurisprudence?


  13. No offence but the system needs a revamp entirely – trust has been broken!! Id prefer campfires and some authentic conversation with other souls who have cultivated virtue.. M

    Sent from my iPhone



  14. Hi Editor

    “Hi Dick did you look at their constitution? Ed”

    Yes, what people don’t understand, to get your name on their ballot paper you go to their Treasonous Electoral Act under the Political Parties changed Constitutional definitions. Their Treasonous Electoral Act is for the *status* of the Commonwealth of Australia as a sovereign, independent and federal nation, NOT under Our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 as Proclaimed and Gazetted.

    *Oxford Dictionary*

    *status • n.* the official classification given to a person, country,

    Under the above Constitution we are a Constitutional Monarchy which holds all rights known to man. Treasonous Political Party sovereign, independent and federal nation we the people have NO RIGHTS. Dick

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  15. dickyardley

    Fully agree with you.

    We got into this mess because of party politics. I will not vote for any person who belongs to a political party, nor any (supposed) independent such as Jacqui Lambie who ‘helps keep the bastards dishonest’.

    I will not vote for any person who may end up sitting in an illegal parliament, and who will be working for an overseas owned private corporation.


  16. Hi Dick did you look at their constitution? Ed


  17. Hi Editor

    *“I am John Prohm, leader of the Liberty Party, the only federal political party which actually *

    *cares about all Australians.” *

    *Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 consisting of its Preamble, *

    *Clauses 1 to 9 and the Schedule as Proclaimed and gazetted.*

    *Part II – The Senate*

    *7 The Senate*

    * The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, directly *

    *chosen by the people of the State,* * voting, until the Parliament otherwise *

    * provides, as one electorate. NOT BY POLITICAL PARTIES*

    *Part III – The House of Representatives*

    *24 Constitution of House of Representatives*

    * The House of Representatives shall be composed of members directly*

    * chosen by the people of the Commonwealth**, and the number of such*

    * members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the*


    John Prohm, leader of the Liberty Party, you will be just like all the other wankers.

    Members of Political Parties, each under their own Party’s Constitution and policies,

    have deceived us and our Constitutional Sovereign and Monarch, by creating

    under a progressive evolutionary process, Corporations that control all entities inside

    Parliaments, Governments and Courts “of Australia”, with NO Separation of Powers

    and with purported “Governor-Generals” and “Governors” under their control also.

    The Governor-General and State Governors all sit in Treason and you John Prohm,

    leader of the Liberty Party will be the same.

    If you want, get back to me.


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  18. Lies , lies and more lies . Liberals wont get my vote again while slowmo is there . Had a gitfull of his fence sitting with this “plandemic” 😤


  19. Hmmm…. wonder where the party stands on people being blackmailed and coerced into accepting “injections” by any Tom, Dick or Mary?


  20. daughter of the Most High

    I thought this said the Liberal Party. So may many others. The name is too like Liberal.


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