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The Central Queensland Free State Constitution is a separate document, and in another place, being drawn up professionally.
However, we have taken the opportunity here to mention in some detail, to interested parties, the most salient points of our Constitution, as below:


The first thing that should be pointed out regarding our Central Queensland Free State Constitution is that it consists of  two parts: Part A, and Part B.

Part A.   Part A is set in concrete. That is, it can never to be changed, under any circumstances whatsoever. Like the Ten Commandments (which is included in Part A), it remains in perpetuity. Also set out in Part A is basically what Central Queensland Free State stands for, and the main parameters of Constitution itself. Part A may be added to, but only in cases where such additions in no way conflict with any portion which already exists, either in Part A or in Part B.

Included in Part A is the preamble. This means that the preamble itself may not be changed either, by anyone, not even by referendum. Unlike the event in Canberra a few years ago, where little Johnny Howard, acting under the instructions of his globalist, NWO  masters, tried to have the preamble of the Australian constitution changed, removing the name of God from the preamble in the process. It backfired, the people threw it out, and Johnny Howard had egg all over his face, after spending millions of dollars of the people's money for nothing. Also included in Part A are the conditions under which Part B of the Constitution may be changed or altered, and the limitations of those conditions. One of these conditions is the fact that 75% of the voting Electors must approve, before any portion may be altered, added to, or modified in any way whatsoever.

Part B. Part B may be changed, but only by referendum of the Electors, and only under certain conditions. Included in these conditions are (1) No change, addition, or alteration may be made, where it may in any way conflict or over-ride, or be seen to conflict or over-ride in any way whatsoever, any of the factors and/or parameters which have already set out in Part A . Moreover, no part of Part B may be changed where it conflicts with  any portion of Part B, except in the extremely rare circumstances which are beyond the control of the people, i.e., force majeure. Part B may be added to, but no part may be deleted.

Most importantly, in must be pointed out that Central Queensland Free-State is formally consecrated to, and under the protection of the Most Holy Trinity, that is, God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, and under the Kingship of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, King of all nations, King of Kings, and King of the Universe.

The reasons for this are twofold, and quite simple.

(1) Every nation on earth is thrashing around at the human level, to survive, and is failing as a civilisation. This is because, they are trying to do it without God, whereas Our Lord taught us, "Without Me you can do nothing." In other words,  "Unless the Lord Build the house, they labour in vain who build it."

(2) Note that we are being specific here, and not just using the term "God". The reason for this is quite clear, and that is, the term "God" can mean different  things to different people, and  that it is doctrine of, and belief in the Blessed Trinity which is today most under attack, from many quarters, and many countries in the world today, including certain communities in Australia. Central Queensland Free State is therefore, very specifically, a traditional Christian State, which all of the other states of Australia should be, and are not. Consequently, we have such a hotch-potch of people now in the various houses of "'parliament," who:

(a) don't know who or what they believe in, (if anything), and:

(b) the mass of the people who elected  them there (the voters) don't know who or what they believe in either, and consequently go along with the "party" line.

(3) Political parties themselves are unconstitutional, and therefore illegal.

(4) Because we are a traditional Christian State, we point out below some of the activities and institutions which are illegal in our Free State, and therefore disallowed:


The following is a list of just some of the institutions and activities which are illegal and therefore prohibited in the People's Central Queensland Free State:

(a) Political Parties; 

(b) Secret societies, and "societies with secrets";

(c) Private Banks; Usury of any kind;

(d) Monopolies of any kind;

(e) Gambling institutions; Poker machines;

(f) Sale of alcohol after 10.00 p.m., & at any time on Sundays;

(g) Sale of alcohol to anyone under the age of 21 years;

(h) Any trial without a jury;

(i) Divorce;

(j) Civil marriage celebrants; Marriage is not the business of governments.

(k) Immigration of non-Australians, and/or non Christians;

(l) Any organisation whose activities and objectives are considered by the Electors to be contrary to our Constitution.

(m) Secular humanism, and anti-Christian education.

(n) GST; Sales tax;

(o) Speculation, and speculative investment;

(p) Humanistic republicanism;

(this section to be continued.)


It is the policy of Central Queensland Free State to foster and encourage the following:

(a) The Commandments of God, traditional Christian worship, and mode of living;

(b) Religious and political information and awareness;

(c) Co-operative credit institutions - owned only by the people, with low interest finance;

(d) Natural and organic farming, on private, Free State Title, distributed to the people;

(e) A largely self-sufficient State and community;

(f) Co-operative, productive mining, owned only by the people;

(g) Mutual trading between the people;

(h) Natural and alternative medicine, and medical treatments;

(i) Retirement farms; Natural Health and Nursing farms;

(j) New technology, especially in the fields energy, & health;

(k) A Christian Monarchical system of government;

(l) Christian families;

(m) British Common Law;

(this section to be continued.)


There are two levels of membership in Central Queensland Free State: (1) Ordinary Members, and (2) Electors.

(1) Ordinary Members: A Christian person (or married couple) may make an application to become a member of Central Queensland Free State. (It should be noted here that a person who claims to be "Christian," but who does not acknowledge the Most Holy Trinity, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, is not considered to be a Christian, and therefore will not qualify for membership.) An Ordinary Member  need not live in Central Queensland Free State at the time of the application, but must agree that he/she will observe and be loyal to our Constitution, and our goals. Minimum age for an applicant is 21 years. A person (husband or wife) may make an application for him/herself, and his/her family, if so desired. Members of such family under the age of 21 years in such cases will be considered to be bona fide members until the age of 21 years, but upon reaching the age of 21, should make an application for membership in their own right, should they desire to become accepted as Electors at a later date. It should be noted that Ordinary Members do not have the franchise to vote, or to act as a juror. Each application will be examined by the Electors, and judged by them on its merits. Violation of the rules of law may result in his losing his membership.

(2) Electors: An ordinary member may, if he/she so desires, after serving as an Ordinary Member for a period of time, make application to be accepted as an Elector. This period of time is flexible, it may be anything from six months to 5 years, but on no account may it be within a period of six months after being accepted as an Ordinary Member. An Elector has certain privileges:

(a) He/she has the franchise to vote;

(b) He/she may be called to act as a juror;

(c) He/she may perform a Citizen's Arrest, (with personal responsibility.) In effect, therefore, each Elector is an honorary policeman. Thus there is no need for a paid police force.

(d) The jury of Electors, at any hearing, elects its own magistrate to chair that hearing (acting as the Magistrate). Therefore each Elector is potentially a magistrate, if elected to act as such in a particular case. Thus under our system, there is no need for paid magistrates. He also remains part of the jury, during that particular case.

(e) Violation of the rules of law, if serious, may result in his losing his position as an Elector, and if considered by the jury to be serious enough, may even result in his losing his position as an Ordinary Member, and his being banned and  excommunicated by the Electors;

(this section to be continued.)


Central Queensland Free State has a programme of land availability and a land management  scheme which is unique in  Australia (and perhaps the world.) Under this scheme, the  land is held in trust, and portions of the land are made available from time to time to Electors and Ordinary Members. When an individual or family Elector or Ordinary Member purchases some land, (either residential or rural,) they receive what is called Free State Title, and Title Deed to that land.

Free State Title is very much like the familiar freehold (or fee simple) Title, except that such land is made available to the purchaser at a very reasonable price. The main difference is that if and when the owner desires to retire or sell his land, the land may only be purchased from the Land Bank Trust, and may only be sold back to the Land Bank Trust, which trust undertakes at the time of the original sale to purchase such land for the amount paid for it, plus the value of any improvements and/or developments thereon. These terms and conditions are clearly set out and explained to the Purchaser at the time of purchase. The Land Bank Trust then may make it available to another (qualified) prospective purchaser, also at a reasonable price.

The reasons for this are mainly twofold:

(1) It protects Central Queensland Free State, and its Electors and Members from being bought out  and gobbled up by interests foreign to ours; and 

(2) It guards against greedy land and property speculation, which is ruining rural Australia today, and making it difficult, and in many cases impossible for many people to have their own home, their own land, and/or  their own farm/s. 

Thus land is being made available, and distributed to a maximum number of people at the best possible prices. Assistance, in the form of guidance, in establishing markets for their produce will be offered, if required.

In short, those policies of Distributism (Hillaire Belloc) and Social Credit (C.H. Douglas,) which we consider to be desirable,plus some unique policies and advantages of our own design, have been combined to form unequalled land and farming opportunities not available anywhere else in the world. 

(to be continued.)






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