Is Democracy a Human Right? How Law and Order have turned into Crime and Disorder…

John Wilson is the remarkable freedom fighter in Australia who sends this:

Dear Fellow Freedom Fighters,

At the bottom of this email is the content of an email just received from the Australian Human Rights Commission announcing “the only public event during her official Australian visit” of the UN High Commissioner For human Rights, Her Excellency Navi Pillay President.

I have just registered to attend and will, hopefully, ask a question.

The question would be, “Is Democracy a Human Right?”

Of course, the emphasis, as far as the image of Australia is portrayed, is always about the plight of the Aborigines, which is fair enough – because they are treated very badly.

However, all the People of in Australia, including the Aboriginal People, are disregarded when it comes to our inalienable Rights to Life, Liberty and Property.

Life?  Aboriginal “Deaths in Custody” for sure! .. and I would include suicides of non-custodial fathers, dispossessed farmers, etc., caused by bad laws, thieving banks and the whole corrupted system existing in our Courts and Parliaments.

Liberty? Judges, Magistrates and Police imprison anyone they like, at any time they like … no lawful judgments or warrants, of course.

Property?  Police, Sheriffs, RSPCA, Judges, and any tinpot bureaucrat think they can trespass upon private property and do whatever they want to steal and assault with impunity.

It doesn’t matter what the colour of your skin is …. we’re all in this, together.

Therefore, the question is “Is Democracy a Human Right?”

First, what is Democracy?

“Demos” is Greek for “People” … and “kratos” is Greek for “rule”.

The same applies to “Common Law”, ie: “Common” means “of the People, by the People and for the People” … and “Law” means “rule”.

Therefore, “Democracy” and “Common Law” are the same, ie: Common Law is Democracy.

In a Democracy, the People have Sovereignty, which is “the ultimate authority to make and impose laws”, through the Common Law institution of Trial by Jury.

Trial by Jury is Democracy.

Therefore, there is no Democracy without Trial by Jury.

In Australia, the Right to Trial by Jury (which is an inalienable Right, by the way) is denied to the People of Australia by “evil counsellors, judges and ministers” (ala Bill of Rights 1688) … and, without that essential Right, no other Rights exist.

And so, Her Excellency, the UN High Commissioner For Human Rights, Navi Pillay, will be feted and cajoled into seeing only what the Banks and the Judges will allow her to see, while the underlying cause of every injustice existing in this “sun-burnt county”, ie: the deprivation of our Right to Trial by Jury, is hidden away from her.

She will report back to the General Assembly of the United Nations that “The wonderful people of the Australian Human Rights Commission are doing everything they can to help the indigenous People of Australia”… but not a word about the fraud, criminality and treason by the Banks and Judges towards all of us.

But, then again, why should we expect outsiders to come in and fight for us?

If we can’t get off our derrieres and defend ourselves, our families and our neighbours …. we don’t deserve the fruits of Liberty, the Price of which is Eternal Vigilance … but, first, we’ve got to wake up.

That email:-


The UN High Commissioner For Human Rights, Her Excellency Navi Pillay, will be the guest of honour at a major public event to be hosted by the Australian Human Rights Commission in Sydney on Monday, 23 May. Commission President Catherine Branson QC said Human Rights 2011 will be one of the High Commissioner’s only public events during her official Australian visit.

Those interested in human rights issues will have the opportunity to hear first-hand from leading human rights advocates in a lively and interactive panel discussion involving the High Commissioner and prominent and well-respected Australians such as the ‘father of reconciliation’, Patrick Dodson, and Director of the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture Inc, Paris Aristotle,” Ms Branson said.

Discussion will focus on major human rights issues in Australia, including constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, asylum seeker policy, and international human rights issues.” Human Rights 2011 will also include a special performance by one of Australia’s leading dance companies, Bangarra Dance Theatre.

This free public event will be held at the Sydney Town Hall, George Street, Sydney, on Monday 23 May 2011 at 5.00pm for 5.30pm – 7.00pm. Spaces are filling fast. Those wanting to attend also have the opportunity to ask a question of the High Commissioner or the Panel via the Australian Human Rights Commission’s website. Details of the event can be located at and will be updated on a regular basis.

To register your attendance please go to the website.  Media contact: Louise McDermott (02) 9284 9851 or 0419 258 597.

Yours sincerely,

John Wilson.


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