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The GAP “remedy” hinges more upon items of current law, which is great, and is probably all one needs to use, but the path below, by standing as a Private Entity, a Subject of the Commonwealth is a more “long term” and a more involved path to take. As a novice to “law” I recommend following the advice from GAP.

Ready to stand up for your rights as a Subject of the Commonwealth? Then you need to study the Constitution, do a LOT of reading, and be prepared to write many documents.

No matter which path you choose, you MUST proceed with caution, take responsibility for your own actions, as they MUST be considered and well researched. This is not legal advice, but information that may assist people who are on the path of discovery. Discovery of the lies and deceit that have been dealt to populations around the world for many decades.

Commonwealth of Australian Constitution Act

69. Transfer of certain departments.
On a date or dates to be proclaimed by the Governor‑General after the establishment of the Commonwealth the following departments of the public service in each State shall become transferred to the Commonwealth:—
Posts, telegraphs, and telephones:
Naval and military defence:
Lighthouses, lightships, beacons, and buoys:
But the departments of customs and of excise in each State shall become transferred to the Commonwealth on its establishment.

92. Trade within the Commonwealth to be free.
On the imposition of uniform duties of customs, trade, commerce, and intercourse among the States, whether by means of internal carriage or ocean navigation, shall be absolutely free.
But notwithstanding anything in this Constitution, goods imported before the imposition of uniform duties of customs into any State, or into any Colony which, whilst the goods remain therein, becomes a State, shall, on thence passing into another State within two years after the imposition of such duties, be liable to any duty chargeable on the importation of such goods into the
Commonwealth, less any duty paid in respect of the goods on their importation.