Australian Government Line of Authority Accountability IGP-AG91 – IGP-AG100

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IGP-AG91

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Maribyrnong, VIC
William Richard Shorten
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG92

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Jagajaga, VIC
Kate Lynne Thwaites
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG93

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Calwell, VIC
Maria Vamvakinou
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG94

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Gellibrand, VIC
Timothy Graham Watts
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG95

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Mallee, VIC
Anne Elizabeth Webster
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG96

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Goldstein, VIC
Timothy Robert Wilson
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG97

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Latrobe, VIC
Jason Peter Wood
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG98

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Moncrieff, QLD
Angie Marion Bell
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG99

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Wright, QLD
Scott Andrew Buchholz
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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-AG100

Position: Member of the House of Representatives – Griffith, QLD
Terri Megan Butler
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
There are currently 151 members of the House of Representatives, each representing one geographic area of Australia. Members are elected for a 3 year term and when in parliament take part in debate on proposed laws and public policy, representing the views of the people in their electorate.
A member of the House of Representatives 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 Members of the House of representatives are 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 where they geographically assume jurisdiction, in keeping with International protocol.
The Members of the House of Representatives are 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 Members of the House of Representatives are instructed to acknowledge the Original Nations right to National sovereignty exclusively and surrender all foreign corporate or government allegiance immediately.
The Members of the House of Representatives have 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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