CRIMES ACT 1914
Part II—Offences against the Government
24AA Treachery

(1) A person shall not:
(a) do any act or thing with intent:
(i) to overthrow the Constitution of the Commonwealth by revolution or sabotage; or
(ii) to overthrow by force or violence the established government of the Commonwealth,
of a State or of aproclaimed country; or

(b) within the Commonwealth or a Territory not forming part of the Commonwealth:
(i) levy war, or do any act preparatory to levying war, against a proclaimed country;
(ii) assist by any means whatever, with intent to assist, a proclaimed enemy of a proclaimed country; or
(iii) instigate a person to make an armed invasion of a proclaimed country.

(2) Where a part of the Defence Force is on, or is proceeding to, service outside the Commonwealth
and the Territories not forming part of the Commonwealth, a person shall not assist by any means
whatever, with intent to assist, any persons:
(a) against whom that part of the Defence Force, or a force that includes that part of the
Defence Force is or is likely to be opposed; and

(b) who are specified, or included in a class of persons specified, by proclamation to be persons
in respect of whom, or a class of persons in respect of which, this subsection applies.

(3) A person who contravenes a provision of this section shall be guilty of an indictable offence,
called treachery.  Penalty: Imprisonment for life.
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CRIMES ACT 1914
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Part II—Offences against the Government
Certain acts done in good faith not unlawful

(1)
Nothing in the preceding provisions of this Part makes it unlawful for a person:
(a) to endeavour in good faith to show that the Sovereign, the Governor-General, the
Governor of a State, the Administrator of a Territory, or the advisers of any of them, or
the persons responsible for the government of another country, has or have been, or
is or are, mistaken in any of his or their counsels, policies or actions;

(b) to point out in good faith errors or defects in the government, the constitution,
the legislation or the administration of justice of or in the Commonwealth, a State,
a Territory or another country, with a view to the reformation of those errors or defects;

(c) to excite in good faith another person to attempt to procure by lawful means the
alteration of any matter established by law in the Commonwealth, a State, a Territory or
another country;

(d) to point out in good faith, in order to bring about their removal, any matters that are
producing, or have a tendency to produce, feelings of ill-will or hostility between
different classes of persons; or
(e) to do anything in good faith in connexion with an industrial dispute or an industrial matter.
It is with regret that I have to resort to this action as stated in (d);
(d) to point out in good faith, in order to bring about their removal, any matters that are
producing, or have a tendency to produce, feelings of ill-will or hostility between
different classes of persons.

It is my duty to up-hold the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act and to seek to have
All Members of the Parliament and the Governor General dismissed from Parliament subject to
Section 44 subsections (1) and (2) and (5) also section 45 subsection (3).

(2)
For the purpose of subsection (1), an act or thing done:
(a) for a purpose intended to be prejudicial to the safety or defence of the Commonwealth;
(b) with intent to assist an enemy:
(i) at war with the Commonwealth; and
(ii) specified by proclamation made for the purpose of paragraph 80.1(1)(e) of the
Criminal Code to be an enemy at war with the Commonwealth;

(ba) with intent to assist:
(i) another country; or
(ii) an organisation (within the meaning of section 100.1 of the Criminal Code);
that is engaged in armed hostilities against the Australian Defence Force;

(c) with intent to assist a proclaimed enemy, as defined by subsection 24AA(4) of
this Act, of a proclaimed country as so defined;

(d) with intent to assist persons specified in paragraphs 24AA(2)(a) and (b) of this Act; or

(e) with the intention of causing violence or creating public disorder or a
public disturbance;
is not an act or thing done in good faith.
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Part II—Offences against the Government
Interfering with political liberty;
Any person who, by violence or by threats or intimidation of any kind, hinders or interferes with
the free exercise or performance, by any other person, of any political right or duty, shall be
guilty of an offence.  Penalty: Imprisonment for 3 years.