ASP Policy on the Law and Constitution
The rule of law is broken. Justice has been waylaid. Our constitution has been forgotten, trodden down, scorned, abused, and utterly defiled. The people are losing faith in justice, and true government accountability has become little more than a distant memory. The time has come for the Australian people to arise and demand a restoration of law, a renewal of justice, and demand that either our original sovereign constitution be upheld with appropriate referendum enacted changes to it, or we establish a brand new and more resilient constitution, rightly approved by all Australians, a constitution and system of law that can give us true peace in our hearts knowing that integrity and impartiality will prevail.
Many have claimed that our current constitution, which is an Imperial British act, is invalid and unlawful. There are many arguments to that effect, including that the Australian people never really got to vote on it back in 1900 (there was only a pretence that it was approved), or that the Constitution as a British law became void once Australia signed the covenant of the League of Nations in June 1919, the Treaty of Versailles. There have been many other attempts to prove the constitution as invalid. How can a sovereign state be sovereign if governed under the laws of another nation?
There are other pundits who believe the constitution is valid, but it is not in effect or in force, due to the “crown” having been illegally and treasonously removed from portions of the Constitution and other acts without the required referendum, or that the Australian government has been acting as an unaccountable corporate entity (being listed as a corporation on the New York stock exchange), and that each and every Australian is being treated as a corporate legal fiction, thereby enabling the government to deal with us under Maritime or contract law, instead of under Constitutional and common law.
Perhaps you have never paid such issues a thought, and maybe you do not have an opinion on the matter, but either way, you may still feel deep in your heart that the law is failing you, that real justice is not being upheld, that the government has not been truly representative or accountable, and you feel that they need to be kept in check as they seek to assume more power and control over our lives, eliminating ever more of our rights and freedoms in the process.
There are still many others who do not wish to be subject to a foreign power in the Royal House of Windsor (Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II). The nation is divided on whom we should uphold as the head of state, and whether we should keep our constitutional monarchy, or that we should become a constitutional republic.
Whichever train of thought you subscribe to, it is clear the system is broken, and is probably beyond repair. We do not need more band aids to conceal these gaping wounds in society, we do not need to cling to this fragmented and corrupted system which robs ordinary Australians of justice while protecting the wealthy and elite.
We must recognise that this infected and broken corporate system must be severed once and for all. We need to put in place a new legal structure (or restore the old one that hasn't been upheld) that more effectively limits the powers of government, upholds natural justice, enshrines our inalienable rights, protects our freedoms, and ensures that everyone, absolutely everyone is treated fairly and remains on the same level playing field, that no one may ever be held above the law.
This is an issue that must be treated with all due solemnity, not with haste. As such, the ASP does not have a defined and specific policy on this matter, but rather a general declaration of principles, a statement that we will be pursuing change. We are seeking to fix that which is broken, to restore justice, to spell out in clear common language a defined set of laws that will govern all. We are looking to institute a renewed model of government, a new or restored constitution, a renewed foundation for law, and in this effort, we will be seeking broad community engagement in this discussion.
There are however several important guiding principles we believe any new or restored Australian constitution and system of law and governance should include. The following outlines but a few of those guiding principles:
The points we have made are of course but a few from an extensive list, but they provide a general reflection upon the direction the ASP would like to see these matters go. This is ultimately an issue for serious discussion with the wider community, and any new/renewed Constitution and system of law proposed by the ASP will ultimately be a reflection of the Australian public’s will, which must then go to a referendum vote.
A very important note to all ASP supporters and members. Should the Australian Sovereignty Party ever be able to form a majority government, we will immediately uphold the constitution and relevant acts/legislation to abolish political parties as they currently operate. Any party that has coerced, forced or manipulated elected representatives from acting according to the will of their electorate, and according to their own consciences, has interfered with true democracy, and has committed felonies worthy of imprisonment according to the:
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At this stage, the Australian Sovereignty Party will cease to be a political party, and become an advocacy organisation with non binding ideas, policies and philosophies that any elected representative may choose to align with or not.
As a cautionary to ASP members and supporters, despite the many issues and complaints we have with the current system, we advise that any republic model being proposed by the incumbent parties be rejected, as it will more than likely lead to the further erosion of our rights and freedoms. The incumbent powers have done little to encourage any confidence in their ability to govern, or to be transparent and accountable. We therefore have no cause to trust them to introduce a worthy constitutional republic model, or system of law that will uphold our rights and freedoms.
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