What is the Governor General doing? We already know that the Governor General is no longer the representative of the Crown. He is an employee of the AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT, a corporation registered in the USA.
Despite this, he has just issued an Administrative Arrangements Order putting the power into the hands of Parliament to administer all Government Departments.
You can download the full file in PDF format here: Administrative Arrangements Order
This is the first page of the GG’s Order: (We have framed it in black to indicate that it is unlawful, unconstitutional, and TREASON!)
We did a search on the Legislative website and found that this order was originally issued in 2018 while Turnbull was in power (https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2018Q00021 ), and then it was re-issued this year as shown:
It seems strange that they would do this, but then again anything the government does these days is questionable.
After reading the document we called Wayne Glew to get his views on this latest bit of political manipulation by the unlawful Governor General and the political parties.
Wayne pointed out that Section 51 of our Constitution, a very powerful part of the constitution, lays out the authority of the Parliament. The following is exactly what the Constitution states:
51. The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make laws for the peace, order, and good government of the Commonwealth with respect to:
(i.) Trade and commerce with other countries, and among the States :
(ii.) Taxation ; but so as not to discriminate between States or parts of States :
(iii.) Bounties on the production or export of goods, but so that such bounties shall be uniform throughout the Commonwealth :
(iv.) Borrowing money on the public credit of the Commonwealth:
(v.) Postal, telegraphic, telephonic, and other like services :
(vi.) The naval and military defence of the commonwealth and of the several States, and the control of the forces to execute and maintain the laws of the Commonwealth :
(vii.) Lighthouses, lightships, beacons and buoys :
(viii.) Astronomical and meteorological observations :
(ix.) Quarantine :
(x.) Fisheries in Australian waters beyond territorial limits:
(xi.) Census and statistics :
(xii.) Currency, coinage, and legal tender
(xiii.) Banking, other than State banking ; also State banking extending beyond the limits of the State concerned, the incorporation of banks, and the issue of paper money :
(xiv.) Insurance, other than State insurance; also State insurance extending beyond the limits of the State concerned :
(xv.) Weights and measures:
(xvi.) Bills of exchange and promissory notes :
(xvii) Bankruptcy and insolvency :
(xviii.) Copyrights, patents of inventions and designs, and trade marks :
(xix.) Naturalization and aliens :
(xx.) Foreign corporations, and trading or financial corporations formed within the limits of the Commonwealth :
(xxi.) Marriage :
(xxii.) Divorce and matrimonial causes ; and in relation thereto, parental rights, and the custody and guardianship of infants :
(xxiii.) Invalid and old-age pens.ons :
(xxiv.) The service and execution throughout the Commonwealth of the civil and criminal process and the judgments of the courts of the States :
(xxv.) The recognition throughout the Commonwealth of the, laws, the public Acts and records, and the judicial proceedings of the States :
(xxvi.) The people of any race, other than th3 aboriginal rac in any State, for whom it is deemed necessary to make special laws :
(xxvii.) Immigration and emigration :
(xxviii.) The influx of criminals :
(xxix.) External affairs :
(xxx.) The relations of the Commonwealth with the islands of the Pacific :
(xxxi.) The acquisition of property on just terms from any State or person for any purpose in respect of which the Parliament has power to make laws .
(xxxii.) The control of railways with respect to transport for the naval and military purposes of the Commonwealth :
(xxxiii.) The acquisition, with the consent of a State, of any railways of the State on terms arranged between the Commonwealth and the State :
(xxxiv.) Railway construction and extension in any State with the consent of that State :
(xxxv.) Conciliation and arbitration for the prevention and settlement of industrial disputes extending beyond the limits of any one State :
(xxxvi.) Matters in respect of which this Constitution makes provision until the Parliament otherwise provides :
(xxxvii.) Matters referred to the Parliament of the Commonwealth by the Parliament or Parliaments of any State or States, but so that the law shall extend only to States by whose Parliaments the matter is referred, or which afterwards adopt the law:
(xxxviii.) The exercise within the Commonwealth, at the request or with the concurrence of the Parliaments of all the States directly concerned, of any power which can at the establishment of this Constitution be exercised only by the Parliament of the United Kingdom or by the Federal Council of Australasia:
(xxxix.) Matters incidental to the execution of any power vested by this Constitution in the Parliament or in either House thereof, or in the Government of the Commonwealth, or in the Federal Judicature, or in any department or officer of the Commonwealth.
Parliament only has the power to make laws. But Parliament does not have the power to Administer those laws. That is the job of the Executive Branch of the government.
Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia is under the Political Parties changed Constitutional Definitions registered in Washington DC = TOTAL FRAUD
Great Seal of Australia having the Great Seal of Australia then the so called Governor-General is the Governor-General of Australia created by Political Parties in 1973 Royal Style and Titles Act a TOTAL FRAUD
Peter Cosgrove Governor-General of Australia: The Contrary Intention of the Political Parties Changed Constitutional Definitions has never appeared. That is a re-arrangement of portfolios.
If you go to the Attorney-General’s department that makes him a MP, so he has to follow Political Party lines = TOTAL FRAUD
He is NOT an Attorney-General for the Parliament of the Commonwealth as established within Clause 5 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 as Proclaimed and Gazetted.
We have recorded a conversation with Wayne Glew of Geraldton, WA, an expert on our Constitution. You can listen to the discussion here: Australian Patriot Radio.