12 – Crimes Act – Slavery in Australia

Criminal code Act 1995

Division 73

…”forced labour” means the condition of a person who provides labour or services (other than sexual services) and who, because of the use of force or threats:   

( There are just too many examples, rates, taxes, fines, notices, Gov Bills, forced unpaid compliance by courts, Gov staff (police), etc )…

(a)  is not free to cease providing labour or services; or
(b)  is not free to leave the place or area where the person provides labour or services.
( Ever seen someone, or been detained yourself, without due cause, directed / forced to perform involuntary tasks by Police or Government servants ??)  

“sexual servitude” has the same meaning as in Division 270.

“slavery” has the same meaning as in Division 270.  (Exercising Ownership, Direction or Control over a person is Slavery. How many ways does Govt do this to people every day !!!)

“threat” means: a threat of force;

Penalty:  Imprisonment for 20 years or 2,000 penalty units, or both. (Time To Wake Up People)

So when the Police and Government Force you to Pay / Comply to their Demands by a threat of force…

They are Acting as Criminals …
Why do we all put up with it ?? …
While they live off our Labour …
And Enslave us at the same time ???
Have we all gone MAD ??
Or just Gutless to put a stop to it ???  

“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Crimes Act about Fines

28 Interfering with political liberty

Any person who, by violence or by threats or intimidation of any kind, hinders or interferes with the free exercise or performance, by any other person, of any political right or duty, shall be guilty of an offence.

Penalty: Imprisonment for 3 years.

29 Destroying or damaging Commonwealth property

(1) Any person who intentionally destroys or damages any property, whether real or personal, belonging to the Commonwealth or to any public authority under the Commonwealth, shall be guilty of an offence,

Penalty: Imprisonment for 10 years.

(2) For the purposes of an offence against subsection (1), absolute liability applies to the physical element of circumstance of the offence, that the property is property belonging to the Commonwealth or to any public authority under the Commonwealth.

Note:         For absolute liability, set section 6.2 of the Criminal Code.

Crimes Act 1914


Read the excerpts from the Imperial laws of England that are still in force in Australia and cannot be repealed without a referendum. It states that there are instances where fines are considered void and unlawful, when they are issued without a conviction (ie. court case, or trial by jury). Does this conflict with state legislation ? (Constitution Section 109 – Inconsistency of laws)

The legislation below simply states that no person cannot be fined or have their property taken from them without a court conviction. Also bear in mind that courts must comply with Chapter 3 of Australia’s Constitution. Note that the Infringements Court is not a constitutionally recognised court.

Imperial Acts Application Act 1980 – SECT 8


  1. Transcribed enactments

[1688] I William and Mary Sess. II (Bill of Rights) c. II

  1. That all grants and promises of fines and forfeitures of particular persons before conviction, are illegal and void.

Legislation source: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/vic/consol_act/iaaa1980240/s8.html

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