Constitutional Challenge of Section 105 of the Child Protection Act NSW

Constitutional Challenge of:

Section 105 of the Children & Young Persons (Care & protection) Act NSW 1998

For your significant interest tomorrow (28/7/2021) Dr Katelaris and I are in the Supreme Court Sydney (by AVL) arguing the constitutional invalidity of section 105 of the Children & Young Person’s (Care and Protection) Act NSW. There are four legal representatives for the other parties including two Senior Counsel  for the DPP and the NSW Attorney General. Before that hearing begins we are raising the importance of “Open Justice” due to the impacts of the highly disproportionate response to the Sars Cov 2 Virus and the importance of the public being able to see (and the media to report on) a constitutional hearing of such significant importance. 

We are arguing that section 105 which is alleged to protect children removed by the state by hiding their identities (through also suppressing the parents and others from speaking “damnatio memoriae” ), has created a situation whereby thousands of parents cannot speak about the unlawful and often violent warrantless removals of their children in NSW. We are arguing this is contrary to the Paramountcy Principles and the best interests of our children and is unconstitutional and is creating a situation where parents and significant others can be incarcerated by a two year strict liability criminal offence for speaking about or identifying their own children, and how in our view this is facilitating a significant state condoned child trafficking and child abuse system and helping ultimately to fund a multi billion dollar child trafficking industry that is destroying families and creating irreversible damage to many children in the alleged care of the state.

Prays please from 10am (all day) however the matter may get adjourned or delayed if the important matter of open justice is not able to be properly addressed.

In my view there is little point arguing a constitutional matter in an unconstitutional situation so in that event I envisage an appeal to the Court of Appeal.

I have been successful the last two times I have appeared self represented in the Court of Appeal but lets hope we are successful before having to do that.

In our view Section 105 is clearly unconstitutional it is just a matter of if, or when, the courts can acknowledge that.

Thousands of parents know this especially those of you who have lost your children or grandchildren to the state and who are now pretty much denied any contact with those children and who are in fear of even mentioning what is happening in this state of NSW, in Australia and globally.

Love to all xxx Pastor Paul 

“Atmano mokshartham jagat hitaya cha” For One’s own welfare and the welfare of all. – Swami Vivekananda                  “Speak out on behalf of the voiceless, and for the rights of all who are vulnerable.”– Prov 31:8