Is the Major Sydney Media in Tandem with the Liberal- National Coalition Guilty of Covering up the NSW Labor Government's  Breaches of Federal Law and the Constitution

The NSW Government passed Law allowing for persons in possession of Drugs such as Heroin that can be used in a licenced and Government

sanctioned place variously called "The Shooting Gallery" or safe Injecting Room. The Misnomer that it was for Heroin, statistics later released Prove that the addicts were also using cocaine , ice, oxycodone. The merits of this Law or whether in fact it is likely to provide a safe place for existing users, or whether it will promote a wider use of these hard drugs and the moral issue is not the subject of this communication. It is clear that the the NSW Government is guilty of breaching Section

109 of the Australian Constitution states- "When a Law of the State is inconsistent with the Law of the commonwealth, the latter shall prevail, and the former shall, to the extent of the inconsistency , be invalid". The NSW Government and opposition in tandem with the Greens are guilty of committing Federal indictable offences against the Australian Customs Act [ Item 104 of schedule 4 ] States Heroin is a prohibited Import, in effect no Heroin is manufactured in Australia , and in 99% of cases Heroin imported bears a chemical signature and must be seized in favour of the commonwealth under particular Laws [ part X11 Division 1] and the crimes act. The NSW Government Law is in conflict with the Federal Customs Act , in that the NSW Law ostensibly Legitimizes Possession of federally prohibited goods which are forfeited and whose possession is federally restricted. The NSW Law is constitutionally invalid and cannot stand against the federal Law. Section 236 of the customs act and crimes act 1914, section 5 reads as follows:-

Any person who aids or abets, counsels or procures, or by an act or omission is in any way directly or indirectly knowingly concerned in, or party to, the commission of any offence against the -- Law of the commonwealth, whether passed before or after the commencement of this Act , shall be deemed to have committed that offence and shall be punishable accordingly. Section 231 Assembly for unlawful purposes.

Any person to the number of 2 or more assembled for the purpose of C] Preventing the seizure of any prohibited Imports.

Section 233

[1-D ] A person shall not, Unlawfully convey or have in their

possession any prohibited Imports.

There are many Concerned Australians who want the answer why the previous Howard Government minister for Justice and Customs Senator Amanda Vanstone deleted Section 232 of the customs act , which states:-Under Collusive Seizures Who ever being an officer of customs or police makes any agreement not to seize goods liable to foreiture shall be guilty of an Indictable offence and shall be liable to imprisonment with or without hard labour for any term not exceeding 5 years. The federal parliament deleted this act, within 4 weeks of the opening of the Injection room.

Australia's senior supreme court Judge Justice Moffitt , wrote the following brief on Her in. There can be Neither a trial nor programme without Legal Heroin. There is none in Australia and none can be imported or manufactured without commonwealth Licence . A state law to the contrary would be constitutionally invalid_ it is against commo wealth policy to provide legal heroin , even for medical purposes. There are overwhelming reasons why control of heroin should remain under the control of a central Government". Heroin is classified by WHO as an specially dangerous drug and is included in schedule 1 and 4 , Therefore even if providing maintenance doses were for medical purposes under a maintenance programme would be in breach of the convention "having a trial_" of something which cannot be dog e.

Facts

There are more than a thousand distribution points nationally for taxpayer funded syringes to be given out free to addicts , allowing them to inject themselves with illegal Imported substances such as Heroin cocaine ice etc.

However on the other hand people with illness like sugar diabetes have to pay for their Syringes for life saving insulin injection, also the increasingly high costs of many vital support drugs needed for our pensioners have been deleted from the governments PBS scheme .

Our sources reveal that to-date at least 50% of people going to the Kings Cross Injection rooms are in-fact first time users, introduced by other addicts who encourage them to have supervised shoot up of these poisons of choice, supplied by pushers wanting to make a quick dollar.

In most cases the cost for these addicts can be as much as $1000 + per week, this leads to a large increase in petty crimes in order to fund these habbits. The majority of Australians did not approve of the Injection Rooms and were unaware of its current operational costs around $8 Million per/year of taxpayers funds , and its poor result with very few addicts cured to-date.

The Massive Political cover up

Why has the Federal Government and their opposition parties failed to expose the breach of the Australian Constitution and the Federal indictable offences committed by the NSW Labor Government.

One could be forgiven for believing that the NSW State Government is guilty of fostering an illegal drug culture ably supported by the Liberal National Coalition and the Greens and by the illegal legislation in Licencing the Kings Cross Injection Rooms [ Known as the shooting gallery] .We also Question , of those we have named who you may consider are guilty of mass treason against against the young addict visitors to the injection rooms so

they may inject these drugs.

Why have the Australian Federal Police/ NSW Customs and the State Police FAILED TO ENFORCE Federal Law.

It appears that the only winners are the drug cartels who profit from these illegal import substances such as Heroin, Cocaine and Ice.

The following evidence supports our allegations , and we wonder if our Law Enforcement agencies have become Political Pawns

Now that you've followed the evidence , we have no doubt that the majority of talk Back Radio hosts appeared to have ignored the illegality of the State Governments sanctioned Injection Rooms , and it appears ably supported by political Journalists from Television Channels 2/7/9/10 and SBS in Tandem with the political Journalists from the S M H the Sun Herald and the Murdoch News Limited , the Daily Telegraph and Australian newspapers

11 Why did the then Howard lead government, aided by the silence of the federal opposition both fail to uphold the Australian Constitution and enforce federal law.?

21 Both the NSW Parliament and Opposition as well as the major Sydney Media have and continue to treat the people of NSW with utter contempt by covering up these serious breaches of federal indictable criminal offences.!

3]               Who was responsible for preventing the Australian custom officers, the Australian federal police and NSW police from enforcing federal law ?

4]     Is it possible that the Drug Cartels and Suppliers to addicts who are using the Kings Cross Injection rooms , may be receiving protection in exchange for financial donations ending up in the political party slush funds. ?

51 Was the Sydney Media gagged in investigating this issue for fear of exposing criminal activity by those in high places.?

Why have the opposition parties refused or negligently, failed to meet with Governor Basheer to ask for the dismissal of this NSW Labor Government.

Ministers , this transcript will be distributed to every voter in those NSW marginal Electorates prior to the 2011 election.

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The Hon. PENNY SHARPE (Parliamentary Secretary) on behalf of the Attorney-General John Hatzistergos moved for the second and then the third reading of the Bill forthwith.

Question put.

The House divided.

 

Ayes, 22

Labor: Mr.Catanzariti, Ms. Cotsis, Mr. Foley, Ms. Griffin, Mr. Harwin, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Moselmane, Mr. Obeid, Mr. Primrose, Mr. Robertson, Mr. Roozendaal, Ms. Sharpe, Mr. Veitch, Ms. Westwood – Tellers Ms. Voltz, Mr. West.

Liberal: Ms. Parker – The Greens: Mr. Cohen, Ms. Faehmann, Dr. Kaye, Mr. Shoebridge.

 

 

 

Noes, 15


Liberal – Nationals: Mr. Ajaka, Mr. Casack, Ms. Ficarra, Mr. Gallacher, Mr. Gay, Mr. Khan, Mr. Lynn, Mr. Mason-Cox, Mrs. Pavey. – Christian Democrates: Reverend Dr. Moyes, Reverend Nile.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Motion agreed to.

Bill read a third time and returned to the Legislation Assembly without amendment.

 

Legislative Assembly, 21 October 2010.

 

Question – That this bill be now agreed to in principle – put.

The house divided.

 

Ayes, 57

Labor: Mr. Amery, Ms. Andrew, Mr. Aquillina, Ms. Beamer, Mr. Besseling, Mr. Borger, Mr. Brown, Ms. Burney, Ms. Burton, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Collier, Mr. Coombs, Mr. Costa, Mr. Corrigan, Mr. Daley, Ms. D’Amore, Ms. Firth, Mr. Furolo, Ms. Gadiel, Mr. Gibson, Mr. Greene, Mr. Harris, Ms. Hay, Mr. Hickey, Mrs. Hopwood, Ms. Hornery, Ms. Keneally, Mr. Khoshaba, Mr. Lalich, Dr. McDonald, Ms. McKay, Mr. McLeay, Ms. McMahon, Ms. Megarrity, Mr. Morris, Mr. Pearce, Mrs. Perry, Mr. Piper, Mr. Rees, Mr. Sartor, Mr. Shearan, Mr. Stewart, Ms. Tebbutt, Mr. Terenzini, Mr. Tripodi, Mr. West, Mr. Whan.

Independent: Mrs. Fardell.

Tellers: Mr. Ashton – Mr. Martin

 

Noes, 29

Liberal – Nationals: Mr. Aplin, Mr. Ayres, Mr. Baird, Mr. Cansdell, Mr. Constance, Mr. Debnam, Mr. Draper, Mr. Fraser, Ms. Goward, Mrs. Hancock, Mr. Hartcher, Ms. Hodgkinson, Mr. Kerr, Mr. Merton, Mr. O’Farrell, Mr. Page, Mr. Piccoli, Mr. Provest, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Smith, Mr. Souris, Mr. Stokes, Mr. J.H. Turner, Mr. R.W. Turner, Mr. J.D. Williams, Mr. R.C. Williams.

Tellers: Mr. George – Mr. Maguire

Pair: Mr. McBride – Mr. Stoner

Dear. Hon. Member,

In opening, we congratulate the Nationals for voting as a block against the "Drug Trafficking Amendment (Medically Supervised Injection Centre) Bill 2010."

Unfortunately the same cannot be said of your Coalition partner led by Barry O'Farrell. Every member of your Coalition received a three page dossier prior to the Easter holidays 2010 dealing with our concerns re - Labor's illegal legislation to licence the Kings Cross injection room.

How is it that Barry O'Farrell gave his colleagues a conscience vote on an illegal and unconstitutional Bill?

We must also mention that, in the year 2000, Bob Spanswick, a former Senior Customs Agent, accompanied by two of his colleagues, aired their concerns to the then Liberal Leader, Kerry Chikarovski, and two of her senior Shadow Ministers, Chris Hartcher and Peter Debnam re - the Can Government's upcoming illegal and unconstitutional legislation to issue a licence to the Uniting Church Care N.S.W. for them to overseer an injecting room at Kings Cross. We wonder why the Liberal Party has remained silent on this issue. In fact, we are amazed that they failed to consult their partners, the Nationals, and suggest that, as a Coalition, they should arrange an appointment with. Governor Basheer, with the purpose of having the, N.S.W. Labor Government dismissed. This would have saved the Citizens of N.S.W. from the hardship they have endured for more than the last nine years. 500,000 copies of the dossiers (attached) will be delivered to voters in marginal electorates prior to march State Election.

Kind regards, Phil Tzavellas

02/97872089

In closing, it is worth remembering that according to the corrected copy of Hansard (transcript) dated 21 October 2010, for the legislative assembly's. vote on the 'Drug misuse and Trafficking Amendment (Medically supervised injecting centre) Bill 2010,

The N.S.W Labor party was joined by the Independent for Dubbo, Dawn Fardell, and six opposition Liberal Members ( Craig Baumann Member for Port Stephens ,Gladys Berejiklian Member for Willoughby and Shadow Minister for Transport , Victor Dominello Member for Ryde , Brad Hazzard Member for Wakehurst and Shadow Minister for Planning and Infrastructure, Jonathon 0' dea Member for Davidson, Julian Skinner Member for North Shore and Shadow Minister for Health) all supported this legislation although they had been made fully aware that this legislation would breach section 109 of the Australian Constitution and in fact, breaches Federal Law.

This Bill was successfully passed, through the legislative Council (Upper House) with the aid of the Greens, who's policies appear to be based on Communist ideology which seems to have bilateral support by members of the NSW Labor Party and some of the Liberal Opposition.

The major criterion for a democratic country such as Australia must be their 'Constitution'. We believe that any person or organisiation who attempts to dismantle or breach our Australian Constitution will be 'named and shamed'. As our forefathers who made this country would expect.

Why have the opposition parties refused or negligently, failed to meet with Governor Basheer to ask for the dismissal of this NSW Labor. Government.

Ministers , this transcript will be distributed to every voter in those NSW marginal Electorates prior to the 2011 election

It’s worth noting that, Labor’s Attorney – General John Hatzistergos introduced the ‘Drug, Trafficking Amendment ( Medically Supervised Injection Centre) Bill 2010’.

The Hon. PENNY SHARPE (Parliamentary Secretary) on behalf of the Attorney – General John Hatzistergos moved for second and then the third reading of the Bill forthwith.

We find it incredulous that in late 2011, Mr. Hatzistergos became an adjunct professor at the University of Technology Sydney, teaching constitutional law. Teaching constitutional law!

Mr. Hatzistergos on behalf of his Labor Govt. led the charge in voting to licence the operation of the Kings Cross Injection Centre. This created a piece of legislation, that is invalid/ nugatory re: section 109 of the constitution, as is highlighted by Justice Moffit in his brief, that can be perused in the material provided to the elected members of parliament.

Breaches of Federal law occurred by the Bob Carr Govt. when they legislated to allow the “trial injecting room” a licence to operate.

Covering Clause:

Operation of the Constitution and laws.

5. This act and all laws made by the Parliament of the Commonwealth under then Constitution shall be binding on the courts, judges, and people of every State and every part of the Commonwealth, not withstanding anything in the laws of any State; and the laws of Commonwealth shall be in force on all British ships, the Queen’s ships of war excepted, whose first port of clearance and whose part of destination are in the Commonwealth.

On Friday October 10, 2014 Attorney – General Brad Hazzard announced former Labor Attorney – General and long standing barrister John Hatzistergos had been appointed as a judge of the District Court of NSW.

We find it amazing that a man such as Brad Hazzard who was fully informed prior to the NSW Parliament’s debate and vote on the ‘Drug Misuse and Trafficking Amendment ( Medically Supervised Injection Centre) Bill 2010’, that to pass this Bill, would be unconstitutional and creates a piece of legislation that is invalid/ nugatory through section 109 of the Commonwealth Constitution, which leads to indictable offences under Federal Law.

In tandem, with Brad Hazzard, other Liberal Party members who crossed the floor and voted in favour of the Labor Party’s Bill were, Craig Baumann (Port Stephens) Gladys Berejiklian (Willoughby) Victor Dominello (Ryde) Jonathon O’dea (Davidson) Julian Skinner (North Shore).

The aforementioned were made fully aware that the Bill would be nugatory under section 109 of the Federal Constitution and in addition would breach several Federal Laws.

We have documented evidence that, the Federal Govt. led by John Howard, Kevin Rudd, Ms. Gillard, Kevin Rudd, Tony Abbott and Malcom Turnbull appeared to have turned a “blind eye” to the aforementioned breaches of the Constitution and Federal Laws. Bob Carr, Morris Iemma, Rees, Ms. Keneally, Barry O’Farrell and Michael Baird in tandem with their colleagues, and their unelected and faceless Chiefs of Staff, should be indicted the Federal Govt. based on our allegations and the evidence we’ve provided.

One could be forgiven, in believing that, the three NSW Police Commissioners, Peter Ryan, Ken Moroney and Andrew Scipioni, could be Govt. puppets when you consider they failed to enforce the aforementioned Federal Laws and Commonwealth Constitution.

The Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty was as inactive as his NSW counterparts. We are leaving the failures of Mr. Keelty for a later date, as our investigators have countless pages and video evidence that will expose acts that seems to be in contempt against our military forces who were serving in Iraq, during the tenure of Paul Keating and John Howard’s Govt.

It appears that the majority of the Mainstream Media both electronic and print, over a period of years has been conditioning their viewers, their listeners and their readers to be the fodder for the major political parties. You do not have to be a Nostradamus, to know that the Australian Voter has been treated as if they were “brain dead.”

We have been investigating another huge concern of resident/ ratepayers in the fact it seems that the previous State Labor Govt. and the current Liberal Coalition Govt. have allowed major development currently under approval by Canterbury City Council and others to proceed, although the DA approvals were fraudulent, in addition to other illegal activities by returning to our Home Page – and click onto – Is Your Council Corrupt?

Further domning evidence can be found by returning to our Home Page and click onto – Update April 2015.

For airing your concerns or your valuable comments, send your email to Attention Phil! votpp@yahoo.com.au   

 

Leave granted to proceed to the third reading of the bill forthwith

Third Reading

The Hon. PENNY SHARPE (Parliamentary Secretary) [12.50 a.m.]: I move: That this bill be now read a third time.

Question put.

The House divided.

Ayes, 22

  

 

Mr Catanzariti

 

Mr Kelly

Ms Sharpe

 

Mr Cohen asgreene-

 

 

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Mr Moselmane

Mr Shoebridge

 

Ms Cotsis

 

Mr Obeid

Mr Veitch

 

Ms Faehrmann C.

 

Ms Parke

Ms Westwood

 

Mr Foley

 

Mr Primrose

 

 

Ms Griffin Mr Harwin

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Mr Robertson  John

Mr Robertson

Tellers, Ms Voltz

 

Dr Kaye

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Mr Roozendaal

Mr West

 

 

Noes, 15

Mr Pqaka Mr Borsak Mr Clarke Ms Cusack Ms Ficarra Mr Gallacher

Mr Gay Mr Khan Mr Lynn Mr Mason-Cox Reverend Dr Moyes Reverend Nile

Mrs Pavey

Tellers,

Mr Colless Miss Gardiner

 

 

 

Question resolved in the affirmative. Motion agreed to.

Bill read a third time and returned to the Legislative Assembly without amendment.

 

 The legislation makes clear also that the Government is committed to one injecting centre only. We recognise that Kings Cross is unique; it has a long history as an illicit drug centre with high levels of drug overdose and a transient population. The centre also is functioning well. Throughout its status as a trial it has had strong leaders, as well as hardworking, well-trained and compassionate medical staff. I thank them for the job they do. The independent evaluation of the centre found also that its protocols are working well. The centre's qualified and highly professional staff assess all clients before they can register. As the legislation indicates, stringent monitoring of the centre will continue.

It is worth highlighting the widespread support for the Government's decision to end the trial, particularly among clinicians. I reflect on the words of my colleague Dr Andrew McDonald when he cited support for the centre from the Australian Medical Association and the Royal College Australasian College of Physicians. The most recent evaluation for the centre also links its presence to a significant 44 per cent decline in ambulance call-outs to suspected overdoses in Kings Cross. The centre is part of a diverse approach to finding a solution to a problem that plagues almost every society across the globe. We cannot rest on simplistic solutions or narrow-minded ideology. A number of speakers noted that drug users are not anonymous statistics—they are sons and daughters, mothers and fathers, and friends. It is our duty as members of Parliament to do all we can to help them and to reduce the impact of illicit drugs on our society. I commend the bill to the House.

Question—That this bill be now agreed to in principle—put. The House divided.

 

 

 

The legislation makes clear also that the Government is committed to one injecting centre only. We recognise that Kings Cross is unique; it has a long history as an illicit drug centre with high levels of drug overdose and a transient population. The centre also is functioning well. Throughout its status as a trial it has had strong leaders, as well as hardworking, well-trained and compassionate medical staff. I thank them for the job they do. The independent evaluation of the centre found also that its protocols are working well. The centre's qualified and highly professional staff assess all clients before they can register. As the legislation indicates, stringent monitoring of the centre will continue.

It is worth highlighting the widespread support for the Government's decision to end the trial, particularly among clinicians. I reflect on the words of my colleague Dr Andrew McDonald when he cited support for the centre from the Australian Medical Association and the Royal College Australasian College of Physicians. The most recent evaluation for the centre also links its presence to a significant 44 per cent decline in ambulance call-outs to suspected overdoses in Kings Cross. The centre is part of a diverse approach to finding a solution to a problem that plagues almost every society across the globe. We cannot rest on simplistic solutions or narrow-minded ideology. A number of speakers noted that drug users are not anonymous statistics—they are sons and daughters, mothers and fathers, and friends. It is our duty as members of Parliament to do all we can to help them and to reduce the impact of illicit drugs on our society. I commend the bill to the House.

Question—That this bill be now agreed to in principle—put. The House divided.

 

Ayes, 57

Ms Firth

Mr Furolo

Ms Gadiel

Mr Gibson

Mr Greene

Mr Harris

Ms Hay

Mr Hazzard

Mr Hickey

Mrs Hopwood

Ms HorneryL

Ms Keneally

Mr Khoshaba

Mr Lalich G.

Mr Lynch

Dr McDonaljd

Ms McKay

Mr McLeay

Ms McMahon

Ms Megarrity

 

Mr Morris

Mr O'Dea

Mr Pearce

Mrs Perry

Mr Piper

Mr Rees

Mr Sartor

Mr Shearan

Mrs Skinner

Mr Stewart

Ms Tebbutt

Mr Terenzinj

Mr Tripodi

Mr West

Mr Whan

 

Ms Andrew

Mr Aquilina

Mr Baumaq  

Ms Beamei

 Ms Berejikliart

Mr Besseling

Mr Borge.r

Mr Brow

Ms Burne

Ms Burto

Mr Campbell

Mr Collier

Mr Coombes

Mr Corrigan

Mr Costa

Mr Daley

Ms D'Amore

Mr Dominello

Mrs Fardell

 

Noes 29

 

Mr Aplin

Mr Hartcher

Mr Smith

Mr Ayres

Ms Hodgkinson

Mr Souris

Mr Baird

Mr Kerr

Mr Stokes

Mr Cansdell

Mr Merton

Mr J. H. Turner

Mr Constance

Mr O'Farrell

Mr R. W. Turner

Mr Debnam

Mr Page

Mr J. D. Williams

Mr Draper

Mr Piccoli

Mr R. C. Williams

Mr Fraser

Mr Provest

Tellers,

Ms Goward

Mr Richardson

Mr George

Mrs Hancock

Mr Roberts

Mr Maguire

 

Pair

Mr McBride

Mr Stoner