Many parents are increasingly concerned about transvestites being allowed into schools and libraries, dressed in absurd and scary drag costume, to read sexually oriented books to children.
Until now, there has not been a solution available to put a stop to this blatant attempt to destroy our children’s innocence. Sending drag queens into schools and libraries is all part of the WEF plan (Agenda 2030) to undermine our morals, our society, and our family unit.
But now we have a solution in law.
We are empowered in the Crimes Act to start legal proceedings against anyone we see breaking the law. Read this:
CRIMES ACT 1914 – SECT 13
Institution of proceedings in respect of offences
Unless the contrary intention appears in the Act or regulation creating the offence, any person may:
This means that we can serve these deranged men with a summons to court. This is the law that protects our children. Even though this is a Queensland Act, it applies in all states.
While you are reading the Crimes Act, look at these sections too:
- S3 definitions – Understand the definitions so that you know how the law works
- S4 common law only – Means that only Common Law applies, and that every trial must be conducted with a Jury. If there is no jury any sentence passed is null and void and can be challenged in a higher court.
- S 4M offences against children under 10, and S 4N offences against children over 10 but under 14
- S8 How to perform a civil arrest with no warrant. Every man and woman is bound by the Constitution to arrest anyone they see committing a crime, and then handing that person over to the police for prosecution.
- S13 – Institution of proceedings in respect of offences
Unless the contrary intention appears in the Act or regulation creating the offence, any person may:
(a) institute proceedings for the commitment for trial of any person in respect of any indictable offence against the law of the Commonwealth; or
(b) institute proceedings for the summary conviction of any person in respect of any offence against the law of the Commonwealth punishable on summary conviction.
- S34 oppressive or self interest behaviour by a magistrate or judge. Use this whenever they are aggressive or do not allow you to speak.
- S 43 perverting the course of justice; the judiciary, prosecutors and judges can be charged with perverting the course of justice if they deny you justice in any way.
And read this:
Justices Act 1886 –
Commencement of proceedings
(1) Except where otherwise expressly provided or where the defendant has been arrested without warrant, all proceedings under this Act shall be commenced by a complaint in writing, which may be made by the complainant in person or by the complainant’s lawyer or other person authorised in that behalf.
(1A) However, where a defendant is present at a proceeding and does not object, a further charge or an amended charge may be made against the defendant and be proceeded with although no complaint in writing has been made in respect thereof.
(2) Where a defendant has been arrested on any charge and no complaint in writing has been made and in a case to which subsection (1A) applies particulars of the charge against the defendant shall be entered on the bench charge sheet.
Justices Act 1886 – Queensland Legislation – Queensland Government
JUDICIARY ACT 1903 – SECT 80 (JUDICIARY ACT 1903 – SECT 80 Common law to govern (austlii.edu.au))
Common law to govern:
So far as the laws of the Commonwealth are not applicable or so far as their provisions are insufficient to carry them into effect, or to provide adequate remedies or punishment, the common law in Australia as modified by the Constitution and by the statute law in force in the State or Territory in which the Court in which the jurisdiction is exercised is held shall, so far as it is applicable and not inconsistent with the Constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth, govern all Courts exercising federal jurisdiction in the exercise of their jurisdiction in civil and criminal matters.
In other words, all courts must be held in Common Law unless the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900/01 rules otherwise. Read your Constitution (Download your copy here: https://commonlaw.earth/index.php/resources/document-library?folder=Constitution)
JUDICIARY ACT 1903 – SECT 67 (JUDICIARY ACT 1903 – SECT 67 Execution by Commonwealth or State (austlii.edu.au))
Execution by Commonwealth or State
When in any such suit a judgment is given in favour of the Commonwealth or of a State and against any person, the Commonwealth or the State, as the case may be, may enforce the judgment against that person by process of extent, or by such execution, attachment, or other process as could be had in a suit between subject and subject.
When issuing a summons to anyone attempting to commit indecent treatment of children under 16, refer to this Act: http://www5.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/qld/consol_act/cc189994/s210.html
CRIMINAL CODE 1899 – SECT 210
Indecent treatment of children under 16
Section 210: Indecent treatment of children under 16
(1) Any person who—
(a) unlawfully and indecently deals with a child under the age of 16 years; or
(b) unlawfully procures a child under the age of 16 years to commit an indecent act; or
(c) unlawfully permits himself or herself to be indecently dealt with by a child under the age of 16 years; or
(d) wilfully and unlawfully exposes a child under the age of 16 years to an indecent act by the offender or any other person; or
(e) without legitimate reason, wilfully exposes a child under the age of 16 years to any indecent object or any indecent film, videotape, audiotape, picture, photograph or printed or written matter; or
(f) without legitimate reason, takes any indecent photograph or records, by means of any device, any indecent visual image of a child under the age of 16 years;
is guilty of an indictable offence.
(2) If the child is of or above the age of 12 years, the offender is guilty of a crime, and is liable to imprisonment for 14 years.
(3) If the child is under the age of 12 years, the offender is guilty of a crime, and is liable to imprisonment for 20 years.
(4) If the child is, to the knowledge of the offender, his or her lineal descendant or if the offender is the guardian of the child or, for the time being, has the child under his or her care, the offender is guilty of a crime, and is liable to imprisonment for 20 years.
(4A) If the child is a person with an impairment of the mind, the offender is guilty of a crime, and is liable to imprisonment for 20 years.
(4B) The Penalties and Sentences Act 1992, section 161Q also states a circumstance of aggravation for an offence against this section.
(4C) An indictment charging an offence against this section with the circumstance of aggravation stated in the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992, section 161Q may not be presented without the consent of a Crown Law Officer.
(5) If the offence is alleged to have been committed in respect of a child of or above the age of 12 years, it is a defence to prove that the accused person believed, on reasonable grounds, that the child was of or above the age of 16 years.
(5A) If the offence is alleged to have been committed with the circumstance of aggravation mentioned in subsection (4A) , it is a defence to the circumstance of aggravation to prove that the accused person believed on reasonable grounds that the child was not a person with an impairment of the mind.
(6) In this section—
“deals with” includes doing any act which, if done without consent, would constitute an assault as defined in this Code.
How to Apply the Law and Drag the Drag Queens into Court
Any time you witness a drag queen attempting to read inappropriate material to children, or acting in any sexually explicit manner with children, here are the steps you can take:
- Before taking any action, always arrange to have at least 2 witnesses who will swear in court that they observed the criminal activity taking place. You should also video any action you take to use as evidence in court.
- Tell the drag queen while they are engaged in the inappropriate behaviour, “If you get up and walk out of here immediately and never return, nothing more will happen. But if you insist on staying then I will serve you with this summons to court where you will face a possible prison sentence of at least 14 up to 20 years imprisonment. Now, what do you want to do?” You must give them the opportunity to cure the problem themselves.
- Have a copy of the Complaint – Sworn and Summons (it may be called something different in your state or territory) in your hand when you talk to the drag queen and show it to them. Explain that you will file it with the court and charge them with a crime if they do not walk out immediately. Then it’s up to them to decide what to do.
- Seize the offending material the drag queen is reading to the children and keep it as evidence of the crime.
Please Note: If you intend to represent yourself in court, do some legal research before starting court proceedings to understand the laws and rules that apply to civil matters. If you need help, get advice from a legal expert. Everyone has the right to represent themselves in court… do not be put off by a magistrate or judge when they ask if you have a lawyer. Only you know the full details and can tell the court about the crime you witnessed.
Each state’s magistrates court uses a different form to institute criminal charges against someone. Before you use any form, call your local Magistrates court registrar to confirm that the form you use is correct. You can download the one for your state from this list, but always check it is the correct one first:
- Queensland: https://www.courts.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/word_doc/0006/88107/ja-f-3-complaint-and-summons.doc
- New South Wales: Call your local Magistrate’s court and ask them to send you their Complaint and Summons form. (the links on their website Forms page don’t work. Surprised?)
- Victoria: Sexual offences list – Notice of readiness for hearing form.pdf (mcv.vic.gov.au)
- Tasmania: https://www.magistratescourt.tas.gov.au/__data/assets/word_doc/0019/346141/Application_for_Child_Protection_Form_1.docx
- South Australia: https://www.courts.sa.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/wp-download-manager-files/court-forms/04-mc-court-forms/01-criminal-rules-current/01-general-forms/Form%202%20-%20Information%20and%20Summons.docx
- Western Australia: CPR_Form_4.doc
- Northern Territory: https://localcourt.nt.gov.au/sites/default/files/criminal_complaint_-_form_13.pdf
- ACT: https://courts.act.gov.au/forms/elodgment/elodgment-registration (make sure you are lodging the correct form)
Depending on your circumstances, courts will waive fees. Always call the court registrar and ask for help before starting to lodge a complaint.
Schools and Public Libraries
Parents across the country have been finding inappropriate books aimed at sexualizing very young children. It is up to parents to monitor local libraries and schools to ensure that they do not supply sexually explicit material harmful to children.
If these materials are found, you can demand that they are removed. If the school or library refuses to remove them then you have a duty to lay charges against the person in charge, including the chief librarian or school principal.