Australian Government Line of Authority Accountability IGP-AG11 – IGP-AG20

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IGP-AG11

Position: Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs
Member of the House of Representatives – Mitchell, NSW
Alexander George Hawke
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 Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs is a ministerial post created in 1945 and its inaugural officeholder was as the Minister for Immigration. On 20 December 2017, The Government in power introduced a new major portfolio responsible for national security: Home affairs. Parallel to the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, with additional responsibilities awarded as the Minister for Home Affairs.
The position of Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural 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 Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs 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 Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural 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 Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural 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 Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural 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-AG12

See Also IGP-05
Position: Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development
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 Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development is the House member ministerial position relative to overseeing The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications. The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications (DITRDC) is a department of the Australian federal Government responsible for managing infrastructure and regional development policy, communicating policy and programs, cultural affairs, and arts. The department was formed on 1 February 2020 from the Department of Communications and the Arts and the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development.
The position of Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development 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 Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development 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 Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development 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 Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development 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-AG13

Position: Minister for Health and Aged Care
Member of the House of Representatives – Flinders, VIC
Gregory Anthony Hunt
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 Health and Aged Care is the House member ministerial position responsible for national health and medical research policy. The minister provides direction and oversight of the Department of Health.
The position of Minister for Health and Aged Care 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 Health and Aged Care 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 Health and Aged Care 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 Health and Aged Care is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Health and Aged Care 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-AG14

Position: Minister for The Environment
Member of the House of Representatives – Farrer, NSW
Sussan Penelope Ley
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 The Environment is responsible for the protection and conservation of the environment; to ensure that Australia benefits from meteorological and related sciences and services; and to see that Australia’s interests in Antarctica are advanced. The minister provides direction and oversight of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (previously the Department of the Environment and Energy, and before that the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities) to develop and implement national policy, programs and legislation to protect and conserve Australia’s environment and heritage.
The position of Minister for The Environment 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 The Environment 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 The Environment 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 Environment is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for The Environment 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-AG15

Position: Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia
Member of the House of Representatives – Maranoa, QLD
David Kelly Littleproud
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 Agriculture and Northern Australia is responsible for administering the agriculture and drought portfolios through the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment and its component bodies, and the emergency management portfolio through the Department of Home Affairs.
The position of Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia 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 Agriculture and Northern Australia 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 Agriculture and Northern Australia 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 Agriculture and Northern Australia is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia 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-AG16

Position: Minister for Resources and Water
Member of the House of Representatives – Hinkler, QLD
Keith John Pitt
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 Resources and Water administers this portfolio through the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources and the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, and its component bodies.
The position of Minister for Resources and Water 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 Resources and Water 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 Resources and Water 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 Resources and Water is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Resources and Water 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-AG17

Position: Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business
Member of the House of Representatives – Fadden, QLD
Stuart Rowland Robert
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 Employment, Workforce. Skills, Small and Family Business administers their portfolio through the Department of Education, Skills and Employment.
The position of Minister for Employment, Workforce. Skills, Small and Family Business 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 Employment, Workforce. Skills, Small and Family Business 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 Employment, Workforce. Skills, Small and Family Business 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 Employment, Workforce. Skills, Small and Family Business is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Employment, Workforce. Skills, Small and Family Business 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-AG18

Position: Minister for Industry, Science and Technology
Member of the House of Representatives – Pearce, WA
Charles Christian Porter
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 Industry, Science and Technology administer their portfolios through the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.
The position of Minister for Industry, Science and Technology 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 Industry, Science and Technology 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 Industry, Science and Technology 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 Industry, Science and Technology is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Industry, Science and Technology 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-AG19

Position: Minister for Defence Industry
Member of the House of Representatives – Durack, WA
Melissa Lee Price
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 The Minister for Defence Industry, or previously the Minister of Supply, is a ministerial portfolio that has existed variously since 1939. The Minister appointed is responsible for oversight of defence procurement, financial management, project and sustainment management, materiel engineering, and materiel logistics. The minister aims to ensure that the Australian Defence Force is equipped and supplied with the requirements as identified and approved by Government. The minister administers the portfolio through the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group of the Department of Defence
The position of Minister for Defence Industry 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 Industry 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 Defence Industry 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 Industry 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 Industry 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-AG20

Position: Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction
Member of the House of Representatives – Hume, NSW
Angus Taylor
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 The Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction is a federal ministerial portfolio responsible for the coordination and implementation of sustainable energy policies by the Australian Government. These policy areas include the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions, the promotion of energy efficiency, as well as adaptations to climate change within domestic and international contexts.
The position of Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction 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 Energy and Emissions Reduction 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 Energy and Emissions Reduction 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 Energy and Emissions Reduction is instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction 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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