ELECTORS REVOLT
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Before you nominate click on this link.
http://www.aec.gov.au/Elections/candidates/overview.htm
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This is how the People of the Commonwealth can vote all political parties out of
Government and Parliament and replace this with the Independent Candidates,
subject to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
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From the Australian Electoral Commission web site which quotes;
The registered party must indicate whether it wishes to receive election funding;

Endorsed Candidates of political parties receiving 4% or more of the formal first preference vote
in an election are entitled to election funding calculated on the total number of formal
first preference votes obtained. The election funding entitlement of candidates of political parties
endorsed by a registered political party is payable to the agent of that party. End of quote.
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The Australian Electoral Commission should not have any information regards to
political parties because there is no mention of political parties in the Constitution.
There is information about political parties all twelve months of every year.
But no mention, about the Nomination Form until the Governor General issues the Writ,
to hold the Election.
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This allows only a two weeks period for the Independent Candidate to get at least 50 Living Souls
to sign the Nomination Form, leaving little chance of winning a seat in Parliament.
Nomination Forms are available all twelve months of every year on the Peoples Mandate
web site; this is based on the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.

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Political parties;

The Elector must not give any one of the National, Labor, Liberal
, Greens Parties
the
formal first preference vote, would stop the formal first preference votes and the
election funding going
to these parties.
Stop all Political Parties and all Media publishing them as leaders above the People.
Stop all Political Parties from putting any Independent Candidates last on Ballot Paper. 
If any Living Soul;
Become a member of any political party;
Be a Candidate for any political party;
Vote for any Candidate of any political party;
In any way donate to or support or assist at a polling booth, any political party;
Vote for any Independent Candidate who is a member of any political party.
You are as guilty as the Political Party for not supporting Sections 1, 61, 62, 63 and 64
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Sections 7 and 24 of the Constitution, and the Living Souls, being the Electors.
If you starve them they can not survive.
Subject to section 45(3) donations to any Political Party
may be assumed to be Conflict of Interest by the political party Members of Parliament.
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If a elector wishes to vote existing parties out of office;
All Electors have the right, and a legal duty, at election time to vote for candidate of your choice.
Indeed, so long as you obtain a ballot paper in a lawful manner and place it in the ballot box you can
not be compelled to vote for the candidates on that ballot paper and may, if you wish,
cast your vote against all names on that ballot paper by neatly crossing them out.
That is;
put a line through each name and letter, as in both tables below.
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As voting is legally secret there is, at present, no legal way of stopping you from doing so.

Although such an action is classed as "casting an informal vote" you have legally signified that none
of the Candidates on that Ballot Paper meet with your satisfaction and have lawfully cast your vote
against all of them. This type of "informal" vote should be part of the Counting process.
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If a majority of the Electors were to vote "informal" it would force a fresh election
and bring forth fresh Candidates, because no party got any value out your "informal" vote, and that
is all that concerns parties: they need your vote to grab for power.
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Carefully read through and use the example as shown in the tables below.

Independent Candidate must sign Statutory Declaration to support the People of Electorate
not for their own interest
and shall not receive from or give any Preferences to any party.
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To vote for the State Legislative Assembly or,
House of Representatives of the Commonwealth.
All Electors have the right, and a legal duty, at election time to vote for candidate of your choice.
1 Candidate Independent  
(not endorsed by any party)
Number 1
2 Candidate  (minor party)
Number 2
3 Candidate  (National party)
Number 3
4 Candidate  (Liberal party)
Number 4
5 Candidate  (Labor party)
Number 5
6 Candidate  (Greens party)
Number 6
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To vote for the State Legislative Council or,
the Senate of the Commonwealth.
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-B-
-C-
-D-
-E-
-F-
G
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Names
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Person
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Parties are "above the line" as A to E in table above.
If voting "below the line" for an Independent Candidate you must number each box and
start with number one, at and from the far right hand end of the Senate ballot paper. (G)

Voting directly for the political party "above the line" on the Senate ballot paper
would not be subject to
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution, Part 2 the Senate,
Sections 7 through to 23.
Subject to section 45(3) donations to any Political Party may be
assumed to be
Conflict of Interest, by the political party Members of Parliament.
If so means all members of the Parliament must vacate their seats, subject to Section 44.
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Has Australia experienced a "bloodless revolution" by the apparent take over of both the
Government and Parliament by the self appointed political parties, as from 1906?
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Political Parties are not Electorates;

All political Parties and the United Nations are Non Government Organisations, all having no
Legislative power. Have now become the central Government and Parliament over all Federal,
State and Local Government. Each individual political party preselects from it's members, the
candidates, who are nominated and endorsed by the party to stand for election who were not,
Directly chosen by the People Sections 7 and 24.
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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
Part II. -- The Senate.
Section 7. The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, who shall be representatives of
and directly chosen by the people of the State, voting, until the Parliament otherwise provides, as one
electorate. The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, and all will represent the
people of their State.
Part III. -- The House of Representatives.
Section 24. The House of Representatives shall represent the people of the Commonwealth and, shall
be composed of members who shall be representatives of and directly chosen by the
people of the Commonwealth.
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Establish an Electors Nomination Committee.
Who will montor the Candidates progress to stand for a State or Federal election.
To help fill in and Using Nomination Form and to assist Candidates to check if all electors
who have signed the Nomination Form, do live in the Electorate.

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Using Nomination Form
This is consistent with Sections 7 and 24 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.
The only Constitutional Member of Parliament and Senator is the Independent Candidate because;
That Candidate has at least 50 Living Souls (Electors) in that Electorate who each have their Name,
Address and Signatures, on the Nomination Form to do their Will. Nomination means; to appoint.
Independent Candidate may accept donations from Electors, and only as named on
Nomination Form, to help pay for Nomination. If elected shall not accept donations.

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Nomination Forms on Web Site are for Senate and  House of  Representatives (H of  R);
Click on; AEC, Senate Single nomination Form  and  AEC, H of  R Single nomination Form
Web site;  http://www.peoplesmandate.iinet.net.au
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If Independent Candidates require more then 50 People, may include the total Electorate which may
include 80,000 electors. And 80,000 divided by 50, equals 1,600 pages, to be copied or;
may include 51% of total Electorate which may include 80,000 electors and
80,000 at 51% equals 40,800 divided by 50, equals 816 pages, to be copied.
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Can have only one Nomination Form for the Candidates nomination but, before completing the
information required shall copy the page of the Names, Addresses and Signatures Section only and
once all copies have been completed, pin that to the original Nomination Form with the minimum
of 50 Names, Addresses and Signatures and submit all, to the Australian Electoral Commission.
Candidates must check if all electors who have signed the Nomination Form live in the Electorate.
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Any existing Senator or House of Representative Member who wishes to become part of the new
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900, Government and Parliament may do so.
People from 20 to 50 years of age please support by nominating to be a Independent Candidate.
Ring 132326 and ask for Nomination Form which has 56 lines for 56 Electors, who will
write in their names and addresses nominating you as their Candidate.
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Authorized and Printed by: Mr S. F. Broad of  9 Waitara Avenue, Keysborough. 3173 .
Send replies to Mr S. F. Broad who is not, a member of any political party.