I reside in Western Australia and as an awakened and informed resident of this state I like to keep up to date with the legislation and relevant information that effects me and/or has a potential to effect me and my fellow Australians. I wanted to share some information that I thought might be useful…

As a consequence of COVID-19, our world is rapidly changing and governments in many countries are becoming more and more oppressive rolling out totalitarian regimes. COVID-19 is the perfect guise to bring in a new era of more extreme control and corruption.

The Emergency Management Amendment (COVID-19 Response) Bill 2020

I encourage you to read the Emergency Management Amendment (COVID-19 Response) Bill 2020, it is well worth looking into if you want to know what ‘they’ have planned for us. Forewarned is forearmed.

Definitions are key to comprehending these documents.

What does the current government define a hazard as?

any other event, situation or condition that is capable of causing or resulting in — (i) loss of life, prejudice to the safety, or harm to the health, of persons or animals; or (ii) destruction of, or damage to, property or any part of the environment.

What is the definition of a Hazardous Substance according to this bill?

hazardous substance means — (a) a chemical, biological or radiological substance; or (b) any other substance, that is capable of causing loss of life, injury to a person, or damage to the health of a person or to the environment;

Kill the Bill

My interpretation of this bill and with full disclosure, I am not a legal expert nor do I claim to be, I am merely a highly motivated individual who wants to be aware of what is actually going on and what my rights are as a Subject of the KoA. Some may call me a truth seeker, others a conspiracy theorist. However, there is a big difference between a theory and a fact!

Let me make this very clear, a Bill has no power or validity. I say this for two reasons.

Firstly Bills: are proposed Acts, they are not legislation.

Secondly, the commencement comes into operation when the Act receives Royal Assent. According to the State Law Publisher Royal Assent is given when the Governor of Western Australia, representing the sovereign, assents to a Bill after it has been passed by both Houses of Parliament. This must occur before the Bill becomes an Act.

Here’s the thing… the crown was removed by stealth in an underhanded way by means of deleting the crown and replacing it with the state Acts Amendment and Repeal (Courts and Legal Practice) Act 2003. I encourage you to follow the link and check out section 8!

How can there be a royal assent when the crown has already been removed! Not to mention the switcheroo of the Imperial Crown to the St Edwards Crown which have been documented in Steven Spiers White Papers over the last century. Incidentally, the only true line of Authority goes back to the ANZAC shrine of Rememberance… Lest we forget.

The State Government, Govco, is a foreign administration goverment aka United Nations and Australia has been under foreign occupation since 1910.

I find this bill interesting because it shows evidence of the intention over the COVID-19 plandemic.

Electronic tags and monitoring, imprisonment and heavy fines for non compliance, dobbing in your family and friends and removing every right you have to live in a free world.

Section 72A is where they tell us that they intend to remove ALL of your rights. They are telling you that the ‘officer’ has the power to take any action they deem neccesary. Take special note of 72A, (24) where they talk about class of persons. In a legal sense it refers to level of rights. As a subject of the Kingdom of Australia I know who I am and I know my standing.

Let the babel begin!

In section 70(2)(b) delete “the person” and insert: a person.

In ‘contract law’ it is very important to know the difference between ‘a’ and ‘the’. I asked mySELF, why have they deleted ‘the person and inserting ‘a person? Here is what I discovered.

When ‘a’ is used, it does not specify the noun to which is referred. So, in regards to ‘A PERSON‘ it doesn’t tell us which person. We might feel sure that we know, but that is only our opinion. It indicates generality and ambiguity. The degree of both is only measurable in context.

Conversely, ‘the’ is used we specify the noun to we refer. If ‘THE PERSON’ is mentioned both parties know ‘THE PERSON‘ to which they refer. It can only be one person. This has a level of specificity that simply cannot be had using the indefinite article.

This switcheroo was designed to create ambiguity and confusion!

Welcome to the WA POLICE (POLICY) STATE!

72A part 5 tells us that they intend to do anything they want to you and get away with it. They state that you cannot bring criminal charges against the ‘officer’.

If you are a Subject of the Kingdom of Australia and are not a Citizen of the foreign occupied territory/state then any ‘officer’ that procceds may be stepping into a potential war crimes under the Nuremburg Code (1947), Take note of the use of the term ‘SUBJECT‘. It is important to know this!

Article 1 of the NUREMBURG CODE States: The voluntary consent of the human SUBJECT is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision

72A. General powers during emergency situation or state 13 of emergency

72A. General powers during emergency situation or state of emergency
(1) In this section — relevant information means

(a) relevant information as defined in section 72(1); and
(b) information of a kind specified by the State Emergency Coordinator as relevant to the emergency.
(2) For the purposes of emergency management during an emergency situation or state of emergency, a hazard management officer or authorised officer may take, or direct a person or a class of person to take, any action that the officer considers is reasonably necessary to prevent, control or abate risks associated with the emergency.

(3) For the purposes of emergency management during an emergency situation or state of emergency, a hazard management officer or authorised officer may direct a person to —
(a) give to the officer relevant information about the person or any other person closely associated with the person; or

(b) answer questions intended to elicit relevant information about the person or any other person closely associated with the person.

(4) A person is not excused from complying with a direction given to the person under subsection (3) on the ground that giving the information or answering the question might tend to incriminate the person or expose the person to a criminal penalty.

(5) However, any information or answer given by a person in compliance with a direction given to the person under subsection (3) is not admissible in evidence in any criminal proceedings against the person other than proceedings for an offence under section 89.

Here is where they tell you they can IMPRISON EVERYONE!

They changed the wording to persons who have been exposed to may have been exposed.

70. Powers of officers in relation to persons exposed to hazardous substances

  1. Powers of officers in relation to persons who may have been exposed to hazardous substances (1) (2) (3) (1) During an emergency situation or state of emergency, for a purpose mentioned in subsection (2), a hazard management officer or authorised officer may direct any person who has been exposed to a hazardous substance to do all or any of the following — (a) (b) (c) to remain in an area specified by the officer for such period as is specified by the officer; to remain quarantined from other persons for such period, and in such reasonable manner, as is specified by the officer; to submit to decontamination procedures within such reasonable period, and in such reasonable manner, as is specified by the officer


70A. Electronic monitoring of persons in quarantine 4  (1) In this section —  5  approved electronic monitoring device means — 

Electronic Monitoring Device = House Arrest

6  (a) an electronic monitoring device that has been 7 approved by the Minister for the purposes of 8 this section; and 9  (b) any equipment, wires or other items associated 10 with such a device.

11  (2) The State Emergency Coordinator may direct that a 12 person is to be subject to electronic monitoring while 13 the person is in quarantine if satisfied that it is 14 necessary to monitor the location of the person during 15 the quarantine period. 16  (3) A person is in quarantine while they are subject to a 17 direction under section 70(1) that is or includes a 18 direction described in section 70(1)(b).

19  (4) If a person is subject to electronic monitoring, an 20 authorised officer may do any of the following —  21  (a) direct the person to wear an approved electronic 22 monitoring device; 23  (b) direct the person to permit the installation of an 24 approved electronic monitoring device at the 25 place where the person resides or, if the person 26 does not have a place of residence, at any other 27 place specified by the officer; 28  (c) give any other reasonable direction to the 29 person necessary for the proper administration 30 of the electronic monitoring of the person.

Here is where they inform you that they can do what they like without informing you!!!

77. General provisions regarding directions

Section 77 amended
(1) After section 77(2) insert:

(2A) A direction under section 67, 70, 71 or 75(1)(i) that is given in relation to a class of person or thing —
(a) need not be given directly to the persons to whom it applies; and
(b) despite the Interpretation Act 1984 section 41 (to the extent to which it applies), need not be published in the Gazette; and
(c) must be published in the manner that the Minister considers suitable in the circumstances of the emergency.

Acts Interpretation Act 1984 section 41

The minister is defined as the Commissioner of Police, Mr Chris Dawson. If the conduct of the Victorian Police is anything to go by, we need to begin to prepare for what is coming WA!

The original Emergency Management Act 2005

  1. General provisions regarding directions
    (1) A direction may be given under this Part orally or in writing.
    (2) A direction given orally is to be confirmed in writing within 2 working days after it is given, unless within that period it is complied with or cancelled.
    (3) Failure to comply with subsection (2) does not invalidate the direction.


If you do not comply be prepared to wear a hefty fine of $50,000 or 12 months in prison. Every subsequent non-compliance will result in further fines. Interesting reference to 12 months imprisonment because if you are medical house arrest it is still a form of imprisonment.

Section 86 amended
In section 86(1):
(a) delete “71 or 75” and insert:

in the Penalty paragraph (a) before “a fine” insert: imprisonment for 12 months or

  1. Failure to comply with direction
    (1) A person given a direction under section 47, 67, 70, 71 or 75 must comply with the direction.
    (a) Imprisonment for 12 months or a fine of $50 000;
    (b) for each separate and further offence committed by the person under the Interpretation Act 1984 section 71, a fine of $5 000.
    (2) A person must comply with a direction referred to in subsection (1) despite the provisions of any other written law, and the person does not commit an offence by reason of that compliance.
Interpretation Act 1984 section 71

The Emergency Management Amendment (COVID-19 Response) Bill 2020 Quiz

  • What is a bill?
  • What is legislation?
  • What is law?
  • Why is this bill not relevant?
  • Who is the minister responsible for administering this bill/legislation?
  • Who is the WA State Emergency Coordinator?
  • What is electronic monitoring?
  • How does the Nuremberg code protect you as a Subject of the Kingdom of Australia?
  • Why doesn’t the Nuremberg code protect you as a Citizen of the Commonwealth of Australia?
  • If you are a subject of the Kingdom of Australia, how are you protected under the various treaties?