An important court case wrapped up yesterday. Tony Nikolic of AFL law firm (nothing to do with the footy btw) sued the Federal and State Governments, plus some of the Health Officers for their behaviour and actions during the Covid pandemic.

Whilst he seems to have expected to lose (which he did), the case was useful as a learning curve in what is intended as a series of cases.

It also forced The Swamp to declare its contempt for the rules by which they purport to play.

The main argument of the judge seems to have been that us Proles have no rights under English Common Law despite centuries of precedents, simply because we don’t have a Bill of Rights.

This seems to have had the desired effect. Tony’s phone lit up after the case, with senior, and highly influential barristers calling to express outrage over the judgement and offer help.

Here are some of the main points he argued, followed by a link to a website which hosts a short interview he did shortly after the case which is worth watching:

(i). Declaration that the declaration of the Governor General made on 18 March 2021, whereby he purported to declare a bio security emergency for the purposes of Section 475 of the Biosecurity Act 2015 (Cth), was void and was of no effect;

(ii). Declaration that the National Plan and the State Orders, (and including the Vic Orders and the NSW Orders), were beyond power, in that they purported and were intended to bring into existence an arrangement in which the Commonwealth could otherwise avoid the restrictions imposed upon the Commonwealth by consequence of the requirements of Section 51(xxiiiA) of the Constitution;

(iii). Declaration that the National Plan and the State Orders, (and including the Vic Orders and the NSW Orders), were beyond power, in that they constituted an interference as to the right to free trade, in breach of and in contravention of the requirements contained within Section 92 of the Constitution and which provides that trade within the Commonwealth is to be free;

(iv). Declaration that the National Plan and the State Orders, (and including the Vic Orders and the NSW Orders), were beyond power, in that they are inconsistent with and in contravention of variously, provisions of the Australian Immunisation Register Act 2015 (Cth), the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth), the Fair Work Act (2009), the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth) and are not supported by any relevant declaration as was ever made for the purposes of the Biosecurity Act 2015 (Cth);

(vi). Declaration that the circumstances in which the members of the Australian population who received the vaccinations by consequence of the National Plan, received them in circumstances that amounted to an assault and a battery;

(xi). Declaration that the establishment and implementation of the National Plan constituted a medical experiment on a size and scale never previously seen or observed across the whole of the world and that in respect of the conduct of each of the Respondents, that their participation and involvement in it in any way, was in breach of their fundamental duty to do no harm, (in respect of each of the Respondent doctors), and in respect of each of the parliaments of the States and Territories of Australia, to make and to establish laws for the peace, order and good government of Australia and the Australian people;

You can find the interview by clicking here. It won’t show up if you have a VPN activated.

Here’s a funny clip to lighten the mood a little. It’s the devolution of Covid vaccine efficacy according to Fauci.

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