Australian Government Line of Authority Accountability IGP-AG01 – IGP-AG10

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IGP-AG01

Position: Governor General
David John Hurley
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Governor General is afforded to the representative of the Foreign Crown claims on this continent.
The Governor General is the Commander and chief of the British military forces operating under Australian contractual oath to the Monarch.
The position of Governor General is the direct and highest link to the Crown claim, with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Governor General is offered the chance to dissolve all departments, committees, councils, counsels and contracts to foreign entities and bring all Australian Military personnel and infrastructure to the land under a new oath to the land laws and National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Governor General is offered the chance to dissolve the Federal and State Parliaments, The House of Representatives and all corporate agreements with international bodies and return them to the National Sovereignty of each of the respective Nations on this continent.
The Governor General is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the Australian Military services to the land, in open promise to a People’s Treaty to initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Governor General is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign military allegiance and bring the line of authority to the land and people.
The Governor General has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG02

Position: Prime Minister
Member of the House of Representatives – Cook, NSW
Scott John Morrison
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Prime Minister is afforded to the Head of Federal Government elected as the leader of a political Party.
The Prime Minister is supposedly accountable to Federal Parliament under the principles of responsible government.
The position of Prime Minister is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Prime Minister is offered the chance to dissolve all departments, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Prime Minister is offered the chance to dissolve the Federal Parliament and all corporate agreements with international bodies and return them to the National Sovereignty of each of the respective Nations on this continent.
The Prime Minister is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Prime Minister is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Prime Minister has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.
Additional note: The Office of the Prime Minister has been served notice of complicity already, although without a period of acquiescence, and is currently aware and continuing to be complicit in genocide and is accountable under Article III(e).

IGP-AG03

Position: Speaker of the House of Representatives
Member of the House of Representatives – Casey, VIC
Anthony David Hawthorne Smith
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Speaker is the principal office holder in the House of Representatives. He or she is the House’s representative or spokesman and chairs its meetings. The Speaker is elected from among the 151 Members of the House and is usually a person of considerable parliamentary experience. The Speaker also performs a role similar to that of a Minister in relation to a government department, and oversees the administration of the Department of the House of Representatives. 
The position of Speaker is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Speaker of the House of Representatives is offered the chance to dissolve all departments, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position and the House of Representatives to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG04

Position: Opposition Leader
Member of the House of Representatives – Grayndler, NSW
Anthony Norman Albanese
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Leader of the Opposition is a politician who leads the opposition in Australia. The Leader of the Opposition in Australian Federal politics by convention, is a Member of Parliament in the House of Representatives. The position is held by the leader of the party, not in government that has the most seats in the House. When in parliament, the Leader of the Opposition sits on the left-hand side of the centre table, in front of the Opposition and opposite the Prime Minister. The Opposition Leader is elected by his or her party according to its rules.
The Leader of the Opposition is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Leader of the Opposition is offered the chance to dissolve all departments, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position and respective Political Party organisation to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Leader of the Opposition is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Leader of the Opposition is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Leader of the Opposition has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG05

See also IGP-12
Position: Deputy Prime Minister
Member of the House of Representatives – New England, NSW
Barnaby Thomas Gerard Joyce
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Deputy Prime Minister is afforded to the first in line to the Position of Prime Minister of the Federal Government who’s responsibility is to undertake the leadership position when the Prime Minister is incapable of fulfilling the role, or has been removed from office or deceased.
The Deputy Prime Minister is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Deputy Prime Minister is offered the chance to dissolve all departments, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Deputy Prime Minister is offered the chance to dissolve their position in the Federal Parliament and all corporate agreements with international bodies and return them to the National Sovereignty of each of the respective Nations on this continent.
The Deputy Prime Minister is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Deputy Prime Minister is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Deputy Prime Minister has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG06

Position: Minister for Home Affairs
Member of the House of Representatives – McPherson, QLD
Karen Lesley Andrews
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Minister for Home Affairs is the House member ministerial position of seniority and authority for the Department of Home Affairs. The Department of Home Affairs brings together Australia’s federal law enforcement, national and transport security, criminal justice, emergency management, multicultural affairs, settlement services and immigration and border-related functions, working together to keep Australia safe.
The position of Minister for Home Affairs is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Minister for Home Affairs is offered the chance to dissolve The Department of Home Affairs, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position, and their Position in the House of Representatives to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Minister for Home Affairs is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Minister for Home Affairs is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Home Affairs has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG07

Position: Minister for Defence
Member of the House of Representatives – Dickson, QLD
Peter Craig Dutton
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Minister for Defence is the principal minister responsible for the organisation, implementation, and formulation of government policy in defence and military matters for the Australian Government . The individual who holds this office directs the government’s approach to such matters through the Australian Defence Organisation and, by extension, the Department of Defence and the Australian Defence Force.
The position of Minister for Defence is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Minister for Defence is offered the chance to dissolve The Department of Defence, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position, and their Position in the House of Representatives to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Minister for Defence is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Minister for Defence is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Defence has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG08

Position: Minister for Defence Personnel
Member of the House of Representatives – Calare, NSW
Andrew Robert Gee
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Minister for Defence Personnel is a ministerial portfolio which has existed under various names since 1987. The Minister appointed is responsible for oversight of defence personnel and administered the portfolio through the Department of Defence, the Australian Defence Force, the Australian Defence Force Academy, and a range of other agencies.
The Minister for Defence Personnel reports to the Minister for Defence.
The position of Minister for Defence Personnel is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Minister for Defence Personnel is offered the chance to dissolve The Department of Defence Personnel agencies, committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position, and their Position in the House of Representatives to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Minister for Defence Personnel is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Minister for Defence Personnel is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Defence personnel has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

IGP-AG09

Position: Minister for Veterans’ Affairs
Member of the House of Representatives – Calare, NSW
Andrew Robert Gee
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Minister for Veterans’ Affairs oversees income support, compensation, care and commemoration programs for more than 400,000 veterans and their widows, widowers and dependants; and administers the portfolio through the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
The position of Minister for Veterans’ Affairs is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs is offered the chance to dissolve The Department of Veterans’ Affairs, agencies, committees, councils, counsels, contracts* (excluding income support for any and all veterans) and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position, and their Position in the House of Representatives to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.
*NOTE – Due to the sensitivity surrounding Veterans’ Affairs, and with complete respect for any and all current, and past serving men and women, The continuation and approval for income to all Veterans is to continue without disruption. The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs will undertake to resolve this particular matter.

IGP-AG10

Position: Minister for Regional Health
Member of the House of Representatives – Lyne, NSW
David Arthur Gillespie
Accountable for
– Genocide – Article III(a)
– Conspiracy to commit genocide – Article III(b)
– Direct and public incitement to commit genocide – Article III(c)
– Attempt to commit genocide – Article III(d)
– Complicity in genocide – Article III(e)
Status– Pending acquiescence
– Accused of genocide
– Accused of Conspiracy to commit genocide
– Guilty of Direct and public incitement to commit genocide
– Accused of Attempting to commit genocide
– Guilty of complicity in genocide
Action
– Notice of complicity and accusations forwarded
– Notice of 14 day acquiescence period
– Statement of fact regarding National Sovereignty and international law
– Notice of occupation and trespass on Sovereign Nations
– Opportunity extended for redemption and cessation of claims
Public transparency
The position of Minister for Regional Health is the House member ministerial position relative to Regional Health services and reform and is aligned with the Department of Health. The Position has been created and has less than transparent roles and responsibilities seemingly annexing Rural Health authority into a Regional title.
The position of Minister for Regional Health is an assumption of authority on Sovereign Nation’s land without evidence of National Sovereignty and comes with full accountability for genocidal occupation and responsibility weighing on any who assume jurisdiction in it’s role.
As a means to peacefully transition into lawfulness and real National Sovereignty, the Minister for Regional Health is offered the chance to dissolve this position and any part in committees, councils, counsels, contracts and sworn allegiance to foreign entities and denounce the assumption of jurisdiction made by the position and cede the position, and their Position in the House of Representatives to the National Sovereignty of each of the Original Nations in keeping with International protocol.
The Minister for Regional Health is also offered the chance to make a public statement regarding the 233 years of occupation and genocide and take full responsibility publicly in bringing the full and transparent truth to the people, informing them that they are Internationally protected, in keeping with International law and protocol, when the people engage in open promise to a People’s Treaty and initiate this continent’s lawful response to accountability.
The Minister for Regional Health is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Regional Health has 14 days to respond and in keeping with international protocol will be held accountable for the above International crimes of genocide with any failure to comply.

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