On Tues Dec 28 both Channel 7 and 9 networks in Australia ran bank bashing stories at 6.30pm, featuring Chris and Susan Field. Serena Moeau was also featured on 9.
The Fields reclaimed their Preston (Melb) home a week after being evicted in Sept. Serena has been in a four year battle with the National Australia Bank, but this was her first time featured on the tele.
Links to the stories can be found at: http://chrisfieldblog.com/2010/12/29/new-interviews
Bank Bashing is a popular past-time these days, but for some it is serious business.
For Rosie Cornell a campaign titled “IHate the NAB” has become a major focus. After suffering at the hands of the National Australia Bank (NAB) and getting nowhere in her efforts to get justice, Rosie has resorted to a protest website where those who have gripes with the NAB can find info and also publish their own stories.
The site has recently been relocated and you will now find Rosie’s site at: http://www.ihatethenab.info
Freedom Magazine Sabotaged
The fledgling Next Strategy Magazine, distributed in Newsagents around Australia, was set back in recent months by sabotage of equipment in their Gippsland office.
A break-in resulted in key machines being sabotaged and rendered inoperative.
However the publishers are confident they will be back on track quickly, despite the cost and disruption. No-one has been identified as responsible for the break-in and acts of sabotage.
It could be assumed, however, that there are people who object to information being made public. Next Strategy is available in newsagents and you can subscribe at: http://www.thenextstrategy.com
Citizen’s Grand Jury
In a grass – roots response to injustice in Australian courts a new judicial process has sprung up involving the calling of Grand Juries across Australia.
The process is being coordinated by an organisation calling itself Australian Civil Authority (ACA). It’s first Grand Jury sat at Werris Creek in New South Wales in November and resulted in three cases being identified as worthy of further legal process.
A Grand Jury involves a body of 23 or more individuals who judge matters brought before them, as any jury would evaluate a matter in a courtroom. Jury members are “judges” and so reference to multiple judges in the Australian Constitution not only relates to a multiple of people appointed as judges in courts, but also to the body of jurors who judge the matter presented before them. Rob Hulls (known in political circles as “Piggy Hulls”) banned the Grand Jury process in Victorian courts, so charges of Treason could not be heard against him, Julia Gillard and others.
However, the right of subjects of the Crown to convene due judicial process persists and is now being explored in this new initiative.
The three cases identified for further judicial process by the Werris Creek Grand Jury have been referred for filing in NSW courts. A Victorian Grand Jury will sit in early February.
There are limits to what the law can do. And that’s a good thing.
Law is not a boundless set of rules that can be changed to suit those in power, but a limited set of principles which do not change through time.
That’s the way it is supposed to be even if not the way things are done in western societies today.
Chris Field has now been mainstream prime-time viewing three times and he shares his approach with our readers. It’s simple – Just Keep Your Mouth Shut!
It’s what you leave out that makes what you actually say acceptable – especially for those fighting for freedom and our rights.
Get the full story at: http://justice-and-right.com/mouth-shut
The Constitution Revealed
Since the Australian Constitution is the foundation on which the Commonwealth of Australia is established you are wise to become very familiar with it – especially as you contend for justice and right.
An excellent tool for understanding the Constitution is an Annotated version created by Dr Quick and Mr Garran. It is the original annotated version and is respected in the High Court, so if you find something in there you can use it to claim justice and right. Sam Broad hosts an on-line version at: http://www.peoplesmandate.iinet.net.au/QuickAndGarrenNotesOnConstitution.pdf
Re-Possession of Homes and Farms
The public is being informed that people how been able to lawfully re-claim possession of their homes and farms after being evicted. A Warrant of Possession only lasts for 72 hours (3 days) once it has been acted on by the Sheriff (like a can of food that goes off once it is opened). It is lawful to re-take possession of the home after 72 hours. Woody in the Hunter Valley has been back on the farm for 2 years. Ray and Cathy have been back in their home for over 18 months. The Fields have been in their home for over 3 months.
A couple near Mildura repossessed their home in the past week. And there are others too.
Find out the details at: http://justice-and-right.com/re-possession
With our world under the heel of banks it is good to know there are alternative economic theories we can work from. You may have heard of the Austrian School of economics, but have you heard of SocialCredit.
There’s a simple story used to present SocialCredit in practice.
The original version is available from Jeremy Lee’s site, and it has been summarised at: http://chrisfieldblog.com/2010/12/22/money-myth
HOW BANKS DEAL WITH YOUR LOANS
An amazing chart shows over 50 steps in the process of securitisation of home loans and mortgages.
You may not understand it, but it gives you a clue that you were not given FULL DISCLOSURE when you signed your contract – and that INVALIDATES the contract.
To see a larger version of the chart go to: http://justice-and-right.com/securitisation-chart
NATIVE CLAIMS IN COURT
Michael Anderson is challenging the corporate nature of Australia and demanding it stop operating as a US corporate entity.
He filed a Prerogative Writ of Mandamus in the High Court on December 8, 2010, demanding Australia ceases to operate as an SEC registered company.
Michael can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
CHAINED TO THE ROOF
In June 2010 John Babet took a last stand against the bank repossessing his home. He chained himself to the roof of his home. The eviction happened none-the-less and John is now driving several efforts to challenge the break-down of our rights and freedoms.
John is spokesman for the Community Reformation Action Group (CRAG) at http://crag1.webs.com
While various names are known and respected for making a contribution to our freedoms, there are many unsung heroes who deserve recognition. Some have come and gone, forgotten or even despised because they did not meet the expectations of others. Yet they are a link in the chain and built into the momentum of the movement.
And others made a hidden contribution, passing information to friends, buying a book, attending a seminar, making up that group of supporters who touched and influenced others and gave depth to the efforts of those “up front”. A Big THANK YOU to all of you. Your part is indeed a valuable part of the whole. And without you the whole would be incomplete. Thanks.
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Chris Field wrote a declaration about Aussie Law that you will probably find helpful as you think through what you are entitled to as an Aussie before the courts. Check it out by clicking here.
When Good Men Do SOMETHING
We know the quote that evil advances when good men do nothing. So we’re very glad to see that many good men and women are out there doing something.
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