The Cambridge Dictionary defines the word Assume as to accept something to be true without question or proof.

The etymology of the word assume (v.) is “to suppose, to take for granted without proof as the basis of argument” is first recorded 1590s; that of “to take or put on fictitiously” (an appearance, etc.) is from c. 1600. Related: Assumedassuming. Early past participle was assumpt. In rhetorical usage, assume expresses what the assumer postulates, often as a confessed hypothesis; presume expresses what the presumer really believes. Middle English also had assumpten “to receive up into heaven” (especially of the Virgin Mary), from the Latin past participle.

A crime has been committed against The Commonwealth and the people running the show have assumed identites and positions that are not based on truth and we assume that they have authority.

Now, let me direct your attention to the “Crimes Act 1914” to the unincorporated amendments that are currently still in force, which means that they apply to corporate legislation and “they” have to abide by this legislation.

Assumed Identites

Here is where they are telling us that we have accepted their identity or office without any basis on fact!

Defrauding The Commonwealth

defraud (v.)

late 14c., defrauden, “deprive of right, by deception or breech of trust or withholding,” from Old French defrauder, from Latin defraudare “to defraud, cheat,” from de- “thoroughly” (see de-) + fraudare “to cheat, swindle”.

In an unincorporated amendment made in 1915 to the Crimes Act 1914 under section eighty-six (86) relates to Conspiracty to defraud the Commonwealth. There has been an insertion of section (e) which relates to defrauding the Commonwealth.

Every Occupant of every Office of, including but not limite to; politician/minister, magistrate, judge, police officer is currently conspiring to defraud The Commonwealth. This is a crime!