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WITHOUT PREJUDICE
Mr Tony Abbott PM

Cc:

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C/o josh.frydenberg.mp@aph.gov.au
Bill Shorten Bill.Shorten.MP@aph.gov.au
Daniel Andrews Premier Victoria daniel.andrews@parliament.vic.gov.au
Senator George Brandis senator.brandis@aph.gov.au
Mr Clive Palmer Admin@PalmerUnited.com
Jacqui Lambie senator.ketter@aph.gov.au
Frank Chung frank.chung@news.com.au
George Williams george.williams@unsw.edu.au
Ref; 20150323-G. H. Schorel-Hlavka O.W.B. to Mr Tony Abbott PM-Re Cashless welfare card

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Tony,
When the Northern Territory Intervention Act was implemented I made clear that this was
unconstitutional as ss51(xxvi) only allows for the Commonwealth to legislate special laws for a
special race only if it applies to all persons of that race, not just some of them. I then also
indicated that this might be the onset of usage against all persons.
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Hansard 6-3-1891 Constitution convention Debates (Official Record of the Debates of the National
Australasian Convention)
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Mr. BARTON:
I hope that I am at any rate acting in the spirit in which we all labour together, and that the result of our
labour will be to found a state of high and august aims, working by the eternal principles of justice and not
to the music of bullets, and affording an example of freedom, political morality, and just action to the
individual, the state and the nation which will one day be the envy of the world.

END QUOTE

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Hansard 2-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
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Mr. HIGGINS.-The particular danger is this: That we do not want to give to
the Commonwealth powers which ought to be left to the states. The point is that
we are not going to make the Commonwealth a kind of social and religious power
over us.
END QUOTE
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HANSARD 1-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
QUOTE Mr. GORDON.The court may say-"It is a good law, but as it technically infringes on
the Constitution we will have to wipe it out."
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HANSARD 1-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
QUOTE Mr. BARTON.The position with regard to this Constitution is that it has no legislative
power, except that which is actually given to it in express terms or which is
necessary or incidental to a power given.
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Hence, it is not for the Commonwealth to legislate as to pensioners how they use their pensions
where during their working life they paid monies as taxes for their age pensions.
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It is another matter where people on the dole, etc, are provided with a welfare payment for basic
living expenses and then use this for purchasing drugs and alcohol. However, in my view the
Commonwealth could only legislate as to in regard of those who had been found guilty in a court
of using alcohol/drugs, etc, for them to be placed on a system that regulates their monies. It
would b e a general rule against anyone who receives welfare payments that it can be applied
upon conviction. Perhaps a welfare card may also apply to those who are placed on good
behaviour bond even if not found guilty.
HANSARD 8-2-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
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Mr. HIGGINS.-I did not say that it took place under this clause, and the honorable member is quite right in
saying that it took place under the next clause; but I am trying to point out that laws would be valid if
they had one motive, while they would be invalid if they had another motive.
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There is an ongoing issue against men that they shouldnt be violent against women, but little or
no thought seems to be given how come some men become violent and others do not? When I
consider how an ex-wife held a knife against my throat and later pleaded through her lawyer
guilty of assault, and yet had no conviction recorded, and then later also was charged with
violence upon the children and upon her through her lawyer pleaded guilty with no conviction
recorded then as I recall it my sons (then little) made clear that when they grow-up they will
settle their score. After all the evidence was she had tried to strangle one son. She had even
broken a cricket bat when hitting another son on the back. She was using implements like
vacuum cleaner to hit the children. She would have them kneeling onto a pea under their knees.
She would put torture the children in many ways until finally the children court after some 10
years stepped in.
Female violence is perpetrated ongoing onto men but somehow this seems to be of no concern,
even so this in fact may result to a man retaliating. I never did but found the courts to be at best
being soft upon a female perpetrator.
When you are before 5 children under 10 years old and their mother is holding a large carving
knife against you throat then surely the children will grow up knowing of their mothers
violence.
Blaming domestic violence upon men and on alcohol and try to justify this in part as to why
welfare cards are needed isnt going to do it if you by this aid and abet the violence perpetrated
by females upon males.
Many a men, as I understand it, have resorted to alcohol or other substances abuses because of
the female violence perpetrated upon them. Having since 1982 conducted a special lifeline
service under the motto MAY JUSTICE ALWAYS PREVAIL I understand, albeit do not
approve, why men may become violence in return. It is not to justify violence committed by
anyone but may indicate that the source of the violence is deeper than just alcohol or other sub
stances abuses.
My ex-wife (Caucasian) who was president of the schools parents club was subsequently
banned from school activities, because of her violence and aggressiveness upon other school
children! As such her violence wasnt just domestic related. And quite frankly the welfare card
system wouldnt work because she was not using alcohol or abused other substances but it was
simply her nature to be aggressive, violence and abusive. For example, when a coffee machine at
a railway platform failed to give coffee but only provided hot water, she reportedly threw the hot
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water in the face of the railway station staff member. Why single out any particular race when
the violence is eventuating irrespective of race?

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I for one was saddened when I heard on the news ab out the murder of 17 year old Masa
Vukotic at Doncaster. My view is that no one has the right to take the life of another person.
Regretfully many women are doing this every day with abortions and so many are taking it that
to kill is justified pending your own views and morality.
We in my view should never accept that the killing of anyone, including unborn children, can be
justified. It undermines morality. Indeed it is also why children growing up with the notion it is
all right to kill if you have an excuse, even of not acceptable to others, then may grow up that
killing, such as joining ISIS/ISIL is all right pending ones views.
We have this ongoing greying of our population and yet if abortions were to be kept to merely
emergencies, where for example a young girls was raped and fell pregnant specialist holds it
justified to allow an abortion, then we wouldnt have this greying of the population.

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I grew up in The Netherlands and learned from my parents (Without any religious doctrines
involved!) that the killing of any human being, even a foetus cannot be condoned other than in
extreme circumstances such as I indicated where a small girl became pregnant because of rape or
where the mother due to an accident will likely die if the baby isnt aborted, etc. It might be that
the doctors needing to operate on the mother hold that the foetus will die in any event and so the
mother is given a better chance of survival an operation if the foetus is removed earlier.
We must neither overlook the emotional and mental stress upon any man when a woman abort
his child without his knowledge, and perhaps after first having drawn child support and other
payments. There are men who simply lose the sense of value of life when they discover their
child was aborted. On the one hand during the pregnancy they have or can be obligated to pay
towards the pregnancy and yet have no rights as to when it comes to the decision of a child to
lived or not.
In my view, welfare cards will not resolve the underlying problems of violence perpetrated
by any gender!
What we need is to consider is; What are the underlying causes as to why a person of any
gender becomes violent?

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If and only if a court finds that a person was resorting to violence or other breaches of law that
can be traced back to welfare payments then perhaps a welfare card can be justified. After all you
would have then the required evidence of a court to justify the welfare card. However, as like if
one person happens to have a convertible (motor vehicle) and drives around standing on his seat
you are not going to ban all convertibles. Likewise, because some persons on welfare payments
may misuse/abuse the monies for alcohol you are not by this then resorting to place all welfare
recipients on a welfare card.
Here we had smoking Joe smoking a cigar, and surely you do not contemplate to ban all
politicians from smoking (cigars I mean) merely because of smoking Joe? In my view he was
counteracting the Commonwealth message not to be smoking because of ill health effects and yet
smoking Joe demonstrated, at least in my view, he couldnt care less about the government
messaged.
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The same with smoking Joe claiming overnight accommodation for a property owned by not
just in part by his father and wife but also by himself. Now why not place politicians on welfare
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cards that they cannot enrich themselves but must prove to be paying out the monies to
registered lodging places?

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Oh I get it, politicians can do whatever they like, is that it?


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HANSARD 17-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
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Mr. BARTON.- Having provided in that way for a free Constitution, we have provided for an
Executive which is charged with the duty of maintaining the provisions of that Constitution; and,
therefore, it can only act as the agents of the people.
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Well, I expect my agent to act to my morals, and not to his/her own morals!
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As I indicated any welfare card must be implemented, if at all, to ensure that those who are not
violating any legal provisions are not sucked in the system no matter what.

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If you ever have the experience I had to basically look death in the eyes because a woman is
holding a large knife at your throat then you may just understand that violence isnt perpetrated
merely by one gender nor needs to be because of alcohol or other sub stances abuse and a
welfare card will not alter this kind of violence one of iota. What we need is a broad
consideration as to origins of violence.

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As a child, my father wasnt just about opposition to any form of violence but also that drinking
and driving cannot go together. So, when I came to become a driver of a motor vehicle it was for
me the norm that drinking and driving cannot go together. My parents taught me well in that
regard. The question therefore may be asked if those who use violence were taught appropriately
as children! What can we do to seek to reduce the violence in regard of the next generation?
In any event, I view that morality is not in the hands of the Commonwealth as to dictate how
people spend their monies, other than (again) if it is found by a court that welfare payments were
used for alcohol and/or other substances abuse.
And, then you still have the problem that not every business allow the usage of a welfare card. It
is not relevant if the banks may agree with the usage of a welfare card.
Remember the commonwealth free usage for social security payments, only to charge if you use
a certain amount of withdrawals!
And, do not ignore the fact that many merchants and other businesses, like specialist, do not
accept Efpost payments, only cash. This as they do not want to pay the cost of having an Efpost
machine in their office.
And, I have an ongoing dispute with Westpac Bank refusing to accept a pin card for my
Mastercard, where they have swindled merchants that they had to stop allowing signature
authorisations on basis of legislation, when no such legislation exist!
Where then merchants do not accept signature cards (to sign by signature) then how will you
enforce a welfare card system where some people on welfare may not be able to use a pin
number. I was last week requested by a person to accompany her to do some shopping in fear to
go on her own because of someone may rob her. People who are disabled in a certain manner
may not be able to use a pin card and denied a signature as authorisation and so the welfare
card cannot be used by them. It is one thing to be able body and alert in mind but for example a
person bound to a wheelchair is limited how to use a Efpost machine and may not be ab le to
detect or realise the overhead cameras that may record the persons pin number.
As such, you would endanger the life of certain welfare recipients.
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As I made clear I used my Mastercards freely until the banks conned merchants that they no
longer can accept signatures to authorise payments and now I am denied the continuation of my
Mastercard without Pin n umber above a certain amount. The banks claim that the ACCC
approved them doing so whereas the ACCC responded to me that it merely was dealing with a
cartel issue and not at all as to deny people such as myself being a senior citizen of my
ordinary rights. Such as by the Age Discrimination Act and others by the Disability
Discrimination Act.

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Hansard 1-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates


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Mr. HIGGINS.-Suppose the sentry is asleep, or is in the swim with the other power?

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Mr. GORDON.-There will be more than one sentry. In the case of a federal law, every member of a
state Parliament will be a sentry, and, every constituent of a state Parliament will be a sentry.
As regards a law passed by a state, every man in the Federal Parliament will be a sentry, and the whole
constituency behind the Federal Parliament will be a sentry.
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Why then is the Federal Government not stepping in as after all the banks are violating
Commonwealth legislation?
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And you propose a welfare card when currently you and other ministers cannot even bother to
hold the banks legally accountable for defying Commonwealth laws?
If then a person is caused to use a welfare card but local trader(s) do not accept it and /or do
not have Efpost facilities then this hardly can resolve problems rather may escalate problems.
Is it so difficult to have even one single minister with enough brains to understand that if you
already ignore banks to operate within the confine s of the law then you are only going to
escalate problems not resolve them to implement a welfare card. And forget about feedbacks,
because unlikely are those in favour of a welfare card going to give you feedback of the
negative aspect s of a welfare card. And do you expect any business that might be the sole
trader in an area to spend thousands of dollars for an Efpost facility? Come on common sense
should prevail!
If I living in Melbourne often am face d having to pay cash hundreds of dollars to a specialist, for
my wifes attendances, because they do not use Efpost (for whatever reason) then dont come
with crap that somehow in the bush it will bed any better!
I look forwards to your detailed positive response.

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This document is not intended and neither must be perceived to refer to all details/issues.

MAY JUSTICE ALWAYS PREVAIL


Our name is our motto!)

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Awaiting your response,

G. H. Schorel-Hlavka O. W. B. (Friends call me Gerrit)

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