Monday, 16 January 2012

The Crown versus Kaulfuss. Claims No Jurisdiction because Aboriginal people have never

The Crown versus Kaulfuss is a case where a Melbourne man, Keith Kaulfuss (pictured left), has informed the Australian Electoral Commission of his conscientious decision not to vote at the 2010 Federal Election.  Voting is compulsory in Australia.

His principle reason given for this decision is that the Commonwealth of Australia and its agents have no jurisdiction or authority to enforce him to vote as Aboriginal people have never ceded sovereignty.

He points out that the High Court rejected the doctrine of Terra Nullius that Cook had used in 1770 to claim this land in the name of his Monarch and for Britain, and he refers to 'Cook's Secret Documents'.

For more please go to Treaty Republic

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