Non-exhaustive list of issues that need to be addressed in Australia…

By Andrew Mackinnon

Last updated: 3rd January, 2022

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews have all lost the confidence of the Australian citizens who they govern.It’s only a matter of time before they’re all replaced.

As a result, there is an enormous power vacuum in Australia right now.

The criminal fraud of non-existent COVID-19 and associated mandates, including mask mandates, lockdowns and vaccination mandates, is a massive distraction from the numerous problems plaguing Australia as a consequence of the lack of good government over the past four decades at least.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of issues that need to be addressed in Australia:

> Increase the number federal electorates and the number of federal elected representatives in the House of Representatives in the Australian Parliament from the current 151 to more that 500, so that there is one federal elected representative for every local government area in Australia, whose vote in the House of Representatives is weighted according to the size of the population of the local government area that he or she represents.

This significant change would result in a considerable strengthening of democracy in the House of Representatives in the Australian Parliament, so that it would be much more difficult for the House of Representatives to subversively produce anti-democratic outcomes by approving federal policies and laws for Australia which do not represent the majority will of Australian citizens.

The ultimate objective is to enable every Australian citizen aged eighteen years and over to vote voluntarily via the internet or via telephone on every issue that our elected representatives currently decide on our behalf, so that the majority will of Australian citizens is reflected in every issue decided in the House of Representatives.

> Abolish the Senate in the Australian Parliament on account of its anti-democratic nature and history of voting down federal policies and laws which a majority of elected representatives in the House of Representatives have approved.

> Uphold every Australian citizen’s right to choose whether to be vaccinated or not with any given vaccine.

> Ban the addition of fluoride to all water supplies in Australia, since fluoride is carcinogenic and is a neurotoxin which causes mental lethargy and diminishes cognitive ability.  Distillation and reverse osmosis water filtration are two methods of removing fluoride from water, however it is obviously better not to add fluoride to water supplies in Australia.

> Withdraw Australia from membership of the United Nations.

The United Nations is controlled by the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan and is intended to be the world government that the synagogue of Satan is seeking to establish on earth, ruling over all countries in the world.

The United Nations, its World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), that is part of the WMO, are responsible for the fraud of ‘carbon dioxide-driven climate change’.

The United Nations and its World Health Organization (WHO) are responsible for the criminal fraud of non-existent COVID-19 and associated mandates, including mask mandates, lockdowns and vaccination mandates.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), which the mainstream media in Australia reported on so frequently in earlier years before it became widely disliked, is also an agency of the United Nations.

> Reintroduce biblical capital punishment involving death by hanging for capital crimes such as treason (e.g. knowingly perpetrating the criminal fraud of non-existent COVID-19, knowingly perpetrating election fraud), murder, pedophilia, rape, aggravated assault and kidnapping.

There is no reason why the perpetration of these capital crimes should result in an obligation by taxpayers to fund the imprisonment of the perpetrators, which involves supplying them with water, food, clothing and shelter for several years while they are imprisoned.

Biblical capital punishment involving death by hanging for capital crimes provides an ominous warning to citizens that if they commit a capital crime and are convicted in court, they will be executed, irrespective of their race, whether white, Chinese, Indian, other Asian, Muslim, black or any other race.

Execute the convicted perpetrators of capital crimes by hanging in public so that interested citizens can gather and watch. Record the executions and publish them on the internet so that interested citizens who are not able to gather can watch.

> Issue all Australian citizens with a federal identity card which shows their photograph, full name, address, date of birth and identification number, but which contains no electronically stored data, no biometric data and no other data of any type.

> Require that Australian citizens prove their identity using their federal identity cards when voting in any elections in Australia.

> Abolish the two-party preferred voting system.

> Abolish Australian state and territorial governments so that only the Australian federal government and Australian local governments remain.

Australian states and territories should be retained as geographic entities in order to minimise the disruption resulting from the abolishment of state and territorial governments and to facilitate federal governmental administration.

It is much easier for some 25.9 million Australian citizens to oppose and change the policies of the Australian federal government that they don’t like, than it is for some 25.9 million Australian citizens to oppose and change the policies of the Australian federal government and eight Australian state and territorial governments that they don’t like.

The buildings associated with Australian state and territorial governments, such as state and territorial parliaments and state and territorial public service buildings, should be turned into state and territorial administrative centres of the Australian federal government, the sole purpose of which should be to implement the policy and legislation enacted by the Australian federal government in the geographic entities of the Australian states and territories.

> Allow Australian citizens to own firearms, including semi-automatic firearms but excluding automatic firearms.

> Allow female Australian citizens to carry mace (i.e. pepper spray) as a means of self-defence.

> Criminalise the distribution of pornography.

> Ban abortion, except in the instances of conceptions arising from sexual assault.

> Revoke the legal recognition of any gender other than male and female.

> Revoke the legal recognition of marriage between two Australian citizens of the same gender.

> Ban immigration of non-white people into Australia.

> Ban immigration of white people who can’t read and write English into Australia.

> Only allow immigration of white people who can read and write English into Australia.

> Deport non-white people who are living in Australia and who are not citizens of Australia, with the exception of those in dire need of refugee status.

> Offer all non-white citizens of Australia, with the exception of indigenous, Aboriginal citizens of Australia, amounts such as $10,000 AUD for adults and $7,500 AUD for minors to relinquish their Australian citizenship and return to their country of origin.

> Abolish 5G wireless internet, which emits an excessive amount of electromagnetic energy.

> Abolish 4G wireless internet, which also emits an excessive amount of electromagnetic energy, being 2,400 MHz or 2.4 GHz, which is the same amount of electromagnetic energy that a microwave oven utilises to cook food by heating the water content in the food.

> Modify all smart meters that have been installed in Australia to monitor electricity usage so that they no longer communicate electricity usage data wirelessly, by emitting microwave energy (i.e. electromagnetic energy) at a high level, an innumerable number of times each day, which is very harmful to the occupants of the dwellings and buildings on which the smart meters have been installed, and so that they must therefore be read manually on a periodic basis.

If it is not possible to modify all smart meters that have been installed in Australia in this manner, then replace them with meters that do not communicate electricity usage data wirelessly, by emitting microwave energy (i.e. electromagnetic energy) at a high level, an innumerable number of times each day, so that the replacement meters must therefore be read manually on a periodic basis.

> Ban all fluorescent light globes, including long, tube-like fluorescent light globes and compact fluorescent light globes, which emit an excessive amount of electromagnetic energy, and mandate the use of halogen light globes in their place, which emit a much lower amount of electromagnetic energy.

> Decommission and ban all radio transmission towers in Australia.

> Decommission and ban all television transmission towers in Australia.

> Reduce the number of mobile phone towers in Australia and reduce the amount of electromagnetic energy that they emit to an amount that is not harmful to human health.

> Ban non-citizens of Australia from owning residential or commercial real estate in Australia, thereby reducing demand for residential and commercial real estate in Australia and thereby causing the prices of residential and commercial real estate in Australia to decrease.

> Abolish negative gearing, being the tax deductibility of investment property losses against unrelated sources of income, such as salaries and wages, thereby reducing demand for residential and commercial real estate in Australia, by making it less affordable for property investors to buy residential and commercial real estate in Australia, and thereby causing the prices of residential and commercial real estate in Australia to decrease.

A tax deduction against salaries or wages is only legitimate if it relates to an expense that was necessarily incurred in order to earn those salaries or wages.  Since it is not necessary for property investors to incur investment property losses in order to earn unrelated sources of income, such as salaries and wages, therefore investment property losses are not legitimate tax deductions against unrelated sources of income, such as salaries and wages.

> Ban lending to finance the purchase of investments such as real estate and shares, which should be financed out of savings.

> Reduce income tax to a flat rate of a maximum of 20% on all income earned, so that there is no tax-free income threshold.

Who wants to work more than one day out of five to support the needs of the nation via income taxation?  It’s not necessary.  There should be a flat rate of income taxation of no more than 20% on all income earned. The tax-free threshold which exempts all income below the threshold from income tax should be abolished.

If anybody wonders how we could possibly fund our common needs with a flat rate of income tax of 20% on all income, I’ll tell you.  Don’t provide the entities responsible for delivering government projects with super profits.  Start looking at the largest amounts to find waste in government spending and work your way down – all the way down.  Government spending could easily be reduced by 60% with no reduction in the quality of government services provided.

> Abolish the Goods & Services Tax (GST).

The Goods & Services Tax in Australia is double taxation of income on which income tax has already been paid.  The government wasn’t satisfied with the income tax that citizens paid on their earnings.  It wanted more.  So, on 1st July, 2000, it introduced the GST to tax the income that the citizenry have left after they’ve already paid income tax.  This is an attack on the property rights of the citizenry over the income that they earn.  The citizenry earn income and are obligated to pay income tax to the government to fund their common needs.  One would hope that they have property rights over their remaining income, but no!  The government wants more and the citizenry are on the hook for 1/11 in GST of all of the goods and services they purchase with their after-tax income.

> Abolish Capital Gains Tax (CGT).

Capital gains tax is in direct opposition to property rights and should be abolished.  With capital gains tax in force, if somebody saves up some money and then invests it in shares (or any asset for that matter), they quite obviously don’t have full property rights to it because if they later sell it for more than they paid for it, the government wants a cut of the gain via capital gains tax.  If they have full property rights to it, they could sell it and keep the full amount they receive for it without paying any capital gains tax.

> Abolish all taxes on the profits of businesses.

There should be no taxes on the profits of businesses (i.e. sole traders, partnerships, companies, corporations et cetera), which are distributed to the citizens who own the businesses (i.e. proprietors, partners, shareholders et cetera) as income of those citizens. That income should then be subject to income tax. This means that the profits of businesses, which are distributed to the citizens who own the businesses, are only taxed once as income of the citizens who own the businesses.

> Abolish compulsory superannuation, which is compulsory confiscation of income earned by employees.

Employers do not pay employees superannuation without receiving anything in return. Employees earn the superannuation they receive from employers via the work they perform as employees of employers. Therefore, compulsory superannuation is compulsory confiscation of income earned by employees. Under the current minimum rate of superannuation in Australia of 10%, this compulsory confiscation of income earned by employees amounts to a minimum of 10/110 equals 9.1% of their income earned.

> Order all banks, such as the Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, to stop charging interest on the money they create out of nothing when they lend and to operate on a not-for-profit basis. However, it will be necessary for all banks to charge a rate of less than 1% on all money that they lend in order to cover the incidence of borrowers defaulting on loans. The banks should cover their operating costs by charging transaction fees and account-keeping fees, which should be restricted to the actual costs incurred by the banks to process the transactions of Australian citizens and Australian entities and to administer the accounts of Australian citizens and Australian entities.

The method that should be used to increase and decrease the size of the money supply in Australia is increasing and decreasing the amount of principal that the banks are allowed to lend to Australian citizens, Australian businesses (such as sole traders, partnerships and companies) and Australian not-for-profit entities (such as churches) for different types of loans, expressed as a multiples of the incomes of Australian citizens, multiples of the profits of Australian businesses (such as sole traders, partnerships and companies) and multiples of the operating surpluses of Australian not-for-profit entities (such as churches).  These multiples should be different for different types of lending, such as mortgages, personal loans, business loans to sole traders, partnerships and companies and loans to not-for profit entities.

> Establish a publicly-owned federal entity named the “Australian Bank” to administer the operation of the banks in place of the Reserve Bank of Australia.  Abolish the Reserve Bank of Australia.

> Stop selling government bonds to finance government spending that cannot be financed out of taxes and direct the Australian Bank to create the money needed out of nothing cautiously and sparingly instead.

> Direct the Australian Bank to create money out of nothing amounting to about 15% of the national debt each year for about 10 years in order to repay the principal of this national debt and in order to pay the interest obligations that are attached to it.

> Gradually revoke the licences of the banks to trade and bring them under public ownership so that their branches become branches of the Australian Bank as required to service the banking needs of Australian citizens.

> Manufacture steel in Australia instead of selling iron ore to China and buying the steel that China manufactures using this iron ore.

> Resurrect the manufacturing of motor vehicles in Australia.

> Bring all water and sewerage infrastructure under the public ownership of a federal entity named “Australian Water & Sewerage”, which operates on a not-for-profit basis and which charges Australian citizens and Australian entities for their water and sewerage usage at cost.

> Bring all electricity generation infrastructure and electricity distribution infrastructure under the public ownership of a federal entity named “Australian Electricity”, which operates on a not-for-profit basis and which charges Australian citizens and Australian entities for their electricity usage at cost.

> Bring all natural gas infrastructure under the public ownership of a federal entity named “Australian Gas”, which operates on a not-for-profit basis and which charges Australian citizens and Australian entities for their gas usage at cost.

> Bring all telecommunications infrastructure under the public ownership of a federal entity named “Australian Telecommunications”, which operates on a not-for-profit basis and which charges Australian citizens and Australian entities for their telecommunications usage at cost.

> Bring all postal infrastructure under the public ownership of a federal entity named “Australian Post”, which operates on a not-for-profit basis and which charges Australian citizens and Australian entities for their postal usage at cost.

> Bring all public schools (i.e. public primary schools and public secondary schools), TAFE (Technical And Further Education) colleges and universities under the public ownership of federal entities named “Australian Schools”, “Australian TAFE” and “Australian Universities”.

All public schools, TAFE colleges and universities in Australia should be funded by income tax. The parents of the students of public schools, the students of TAFE colleges and the students of universities should not pay for their use of public schools, TAFE colleges and universities, unless they are repeating units of study at TAFE colleges or universities due to failure in those units of study or pursuing postgraduate qualifications at universities, in which case they should pay half of the cost of their use of TAFE colleges or universities in relation to those units of study at TAFE colleges or universities that they are repeating or those postgraduate qualifications at universities that they are pursuing.

> Make primary school students start Year 1 of primary school one year earlier so that they finish Year 12 in secondary school at the age of 17 years instead of the age of 18 years.

> Restrict the amount of homework in primary school and secondary school to a maximum of the equivalent of

0 minutes each school day in Year 1

0 minutes each school day in Year 2

12 minutes each school day in Year 3

18 minutes each school day in Year 4

24 minutes each school day in Year 5

30 minutes each school day in Year 6

36 minutes each school day in Year 7

42 minutes each school day in Year 8

48 minutes each school day in Year 9

54 minutes each school day in Year 10

60 minutes each school day in Year 11

66 minutes each school day in Year 12

> Bring all public hospitals under the public ownership and control of a federal entity named “Australian Hospitals”.

All public hospitals in Australia should be funded by income tax. The patients of public hospitals should not pay for their use of public hospitals.

> Following is a non-exhaustive list of government services, together with their sources of funding:

Local government:

Local government – Local government rates

Local waste and recycling collection – Local government rates

Local roads – Local government rates

Local parks – Local government rates

Federal government:

Australian Bank (Currently privatised) – User pays – Transaction fees and account-keeping fees

Australian Water & Sewerage – User pays – Water bill

Australian Electricity (Currently privatised) – User pays – Electricity bill

Australian Gas (Currently privatised) – User pays – Gas bill

Australian Telecommunications (Currently privatised) – User pays – Telecommunications bill

Australian Post – User pays – Postage cost

Australian Ports (Currently privatised) – User pays – ?

Australian Motor Vehicles – User pays – Motor vehicle registration

Australian Maritime Vessels – User pays – Maritime vessel registration

Australian Railways – User pays – Ticket cost

Australian Buses – User pays – Ticket cost

Australian Airports (Currently privatised) – User pays – ?

Australian National Parks – User pays – Entry cost

Australian Parliament – Income tax

Australian Treasury – Income tax

Australian Courts – Income tax

Australian Police – Income tax

Australian Prisons – Income tax

Australian Roads – Income tax

Australian Fire – Income tax

Australian Customs – Income tax

Australian Hospitals – Income tax

Australian Schools (i.e. primary schools and secondary schools) – Income tax

Australian TAFE (Technical And Further Education) – Income tax

Australian Universities – Income tax

Australian Welfare – Pensions – Income tax

Australian Welfare – Unemployment benefits – Income tax

Australian Defence (including border patrol) – Income tax

Australian State (i.e. external relations) – Income tax

Australian Trade – Income tax

Australian Immigration – Income tax

> Move the federal government from the Australian Capital Territory to somewhere more uplifting like northern New South Wales or southern Queensland.

> Abolish the government of the Australian Capital Territory.  Abolish the geographic entity of the Australian Capital Territory and divide it into one or more local government areas belonging to the geographic entity of New South Wales.

> Convert all roads in Australia to right-hand drive in keeping with the majority of countries in the world.

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