Letter to the Editor
Readers response to Sol Millihin’s HCA challenge to Covid on June 17
Then again the “Commonwealth of Australia” is a registered corporation with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, so presumably the High Court is also privately owned.
The first thing I would ask the judge or whatever is – “Is this court a valid jurisdiction according to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia in that you as judge are not acting for and/or bound by a corporate entity?”
More on the Liberty Group –owners of Victorian Courts
The court I presume will be a Jew/Freemason County Court —
Sol should learn a few of the Freemason hand signals before entering their playground/court.
The Victorian County Court Facility was opened in 2002. It is privately owned, maintained and operated by The Liberty Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Challenger Limited.
It is certainly no secret to the people involved and to certain other sections of the community that there is a great deal of corruption in the Anglo – Masonic legal system of Australia.
These are the foundations laid in Australia by the forefathers, and kept within the Masonic brotherhood.
What will never be revealed is the extent of fraudulent judgments against non-masons based upon the other party being a member of the same lodge or any other masonic lodge for that matter, and NOT the merits of the case.
Court hearings where a masonic versus a non masonic member involve judgments made against the non mason as being :
“dismissed, due to not enough evidence / no grounds”
just to name a couple, even though legally they can be incorrect.
Read on –
from Kev Crisscross, Brisbane
By Editor, Cairns News
VIDEO has surfaced of Aussie freedom fighter Sol Milihin’s post-arrest interview with Victorian Police on charges alleging “incitement” to disobey the Victorian chief health officer’s so-called “directions”.
In an interview lasting more than and hour and 15 minutes, Milihin told police he welcomed his arrest as it would allow him to demolish the so-called directives of the Victoria chief health officer when the matter went to court. Milihin is being advised by Melbourne lawyer Serene Teffaha, who is also involved in a class action against the Melbourne lockdown.
Milihin explained in his police interview that he was well educated, having been Dux at a leading South African high school and achieving a maths-physics degree at university. He said the so-called pandemic was a scam and not what it appears to be. “To me, and I’ll be precise, it’s a biological arm of a military coup to take all Australians and Australia into a new world order. That’s how I see it in the big terms.”
Milihin said from his scientific perspective there was no opportunity in the press to debate the science and he had “absolute evidence that it’s a scam”. He said he sent this evidence to Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton by registered mail which he signed for in person on July 10th. (Milihin was arrested on July 27th). He sent the same documents to Premier Dan Andrews and “the so-called health minister”.
Milihin called on the government to conduct an independent scientific inquiry into whether scientific fraud around COVID-19 had been committed. “I believe those public servants – because they are our servants – are duty-bound to respond. And I would suggest an adequate and realistic response is to create and independent inquiry, a scientific inquiry into whether this COVID19 is a scam or not. And of course I haven’t heard back from any of them,” Milihin told his police interviewer.
He explained further that Liberal-Democrat Tim Quilty MLC, the Member for Northern Victoria, had promised to table in parliament a petition calling for an independent scientific inquiry.
Milihin said Serene Teffaha had legally demolished the current Victorian state of emergency and health directives forcing people to wear masks. “I welcome you guys arresting me because it’s going to enable us to go to court and table all our grievances and all our issues, right? This is such a welcome situation and I’m so impressed with the quality of the Victorian police force I’ve seen today.”