18 – History of Local Councils

AN HISTORY LESSON – Prior to 1900, the States were all independent, under British military law. Those independent states had interstate agreements for trade, etc under the Federal Councils of Australasia Act 1855. As free settlers began to grow in number, the People decided to unite under one form of government. Ten years of conventions and referendums held 1898–1900 culminated in the Draft Constitution of the People which went to England for ratification. On July 9 1900, Queen Victoria signed the amended draft Constitution and returned it to Australia. 

It was approved by the people and The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (UK) was brought into Australian law on 1st January 1901 and became the Founding and Primary law for all States and Governments, Courts, Police and People, over and above anything in previous State laws.

Section 109 removes the “anything” and everything whatsoever in any previous regarding local councils being any part of government. They remain to this day as private ABN companies – nothing more.  Section 109 also nullifies any following “laws” in any State contrived “Local Gov’t Act,” (none of which have been lawfully proclaimed nor gazetted nor approved by Referendum, including the notorious Australia Act 1986.) THIS IS SPELLED OUT CLEARLY IN – 9a of the Acts interpretation Act 1954 which is still current.        
In the 1999 Referendum, we the people also voted to remain a Constitutional Monarchy – We are not a democracy (mobocracy). A lynch mob, is a democracy – the majority wants to hang the minority.   But above all is God’s law in the KJV 1611


Here is an article from Wayne Glew

Local Government v Municipal Authorities v Councils v Roads Boards. Municipal Authorities, Councils and Roads Boards Existed in varying stages before and after Federation and all of them are Public Utilities ~ Nothing More Nothing Less. Municipal Authorities, although fashioned on English Law, had No Authority except their submissions to the Parliament in relation to Local issues. Those issues were in relation to the repair of roads, footpaths, and some of the parks in towns. Most of the people were volunteers and received no payment for services. Most or all of them had Shire clerks that paid for work done and the contractors that did the work all out of State taxes.

Local people used to donate time, money, machinery etc to be used in community projects. Roads Boards had a clerk and did the same jobs as the Municipal Authorities and Councils. The reason I know this is my father and several of his friends did the contract work until the formation of so called Local Government.

Municipal Authorities, Councils and Roads Boards did not have authority over the Land either Crown Land or Our Private land as that was and is the authority vested in the Governors of the States by Imperial Law. Decisions of Courts to the CONTRARY ARE NOTHING MORE THAN #FRAUD on The People and #Theft of Their Land.

The Parliament can not constitutionally put legislation together nor can it Empower others to make laws or collect tax. The States only exist after Federation subject to the Commonwealth Constitution as does their constitution Reference 106, 107, 108 and 109 of the Commonwealth Constitution. The High Court has determined these issues in HCA 48 of 1996 James Andrew McGinty v The State of Western Australia and HCA 58 of 1999 Fejo v Northern Territory Government.

Both cases explain Our Authority over Our Land and how it is owned and controlled by us. NO GOVERNMENT HAS ANY AUTHORITY IN RELATION TO YOUR LAND. NOR CAN THEY GET IT WITHOUT #FRAUD AND #STEALING. IT IS TIME FOR YOU PEOPLE TO WAKE UP !!!

The Governor is the Highest Authority in State Governments and Must Be Obeyed. The Parliament is there to debate and pass legislation put together by the Governor in Council … Not Political Parties.  The Courts are adjudicaturos between the people and the law in the case that is before them. They do not pronounce law except the High Court who’s decisions form part of the Common Law of this country.