When choosing a representative of your state or countries future, best
you know what they are about and who they are. Here is a brief overview of my
1999 Studied to enter the political arena as an Independent
- Covering law and order, criminal prosecution,
equity in taxation and tariff protections.
- Promised my friends and family I would fight for
honesty and accountability
- Met with SAPOL, Farmers groups, taxi board, and
many local South Australian Industries, finding the best information over a
beer in the pub.
2000 decided to run for the senate as an Independent
- Stood against the GST as it was not to abolish
existing excessive taxation measures
- Fought for electoral reforms to address full
preferential voting and the 2 party biases
- Met with many local small businesses and
- I was interviewed on many occasions, but none went to press
2001 my first election “Senate candidacy as an Independent”
in blank box F on the ballot paper, running with my wife Helen
- Came in second to the democrats candidate
“Natasha stott despoia”
- Secured first preferences from Labor, Liberal,
One nation and others
- Our name was left of the ballot papers by biased
electoral alw and media coverage.
- Exposed publically many more flaws becoming
evident in the electoral system
- Demanded equity in taxation, including all companies
operating in Australia.
- Addressed short falls in media fair play, in
particular regarding electoral information.
- Studied and stood against agenda 21 and the UN’s
ability to manipulate local legislation.
2002 to 2003
Continued to study politics
- Ran in for the states upper house to address a
variety of issues including legislative change to address pokie losses and
- Studied electoral legislation and constitutional
- Took legal action in the court of disputed
returns “Self represented” to address inadequacies in our electoral system and
the increase in dodgy practices, demanding my right as an elector to a free and
- Continued my study of water resources
- Started writing and speaking on supposed global
2004 Continued my studies
- Opened an import business to help fund wildlife
care and children in need.
- Studied Family law and endured many months self represented·
- English precedents regarding electoral
- Started supporting people in need in courts and
with government departments
- Worked with the aboriginal community both in SA
and the NT
- Supported issues with immigration inequities
- Performed an in-depth look into the diversion of
police services and the accuracy of electronic speed detection.
- Spent time studying nuclear power generation and
green power storage and supply.
- Studied a variety of federal, state and general
political and social issues
- Met with professionals to study the truth behind
the adding of fluoride to drinking water.
- Put forward senate submissions on
multiculturalism and democratic reform.
- I was approached by several political parties to
run with them.
- Exposed on national TV a variety of major issues
throughout the year
- Opened up “Willow wood sanctuary” on our
property to support abused and injured native wild life.
- Worked with and supported SPSN and several other
return soldier groups to demand equity from government departments and the need
for improved social services
2007 lead a political
party into the federal election as their lead “Senate” candidate ·
- Met with most government and leading businesses
- I was published well and spoke on several topics
including; Small business, taxation, democracy, climate debate, law &
order, dairy and local producers, water and power.
- Studied social issues and economics.
- Exposed Labor and greens links to GetUp, and
issues with their dodgy how to vote information.
- Travelled the country speaking on climate
science and the need for open debate.
- Studied many in the political arena including; La Rouche, Pitman, Chip, Menzies, Jack Lang et al
- Continued to fight for the return of a nation owned banking system similar to that of King O'malley
- Activism as usual, including the Murray, primary
production, NRM ect
- Attended and spoke at many rallies regarding
water, the Murray and the NRM disgrace.
- Worked with victims of Families SA and the
forgotten Australians, and spoke publically on the many failings of the current
system including that of the Family courts.
- Studied and met with many regarding aboriginal
rights and federal treatment.
- Created the website www.howtovoteinsa.com
- Exposed inadequacies in the use and calibration
of fixed and mobile speed cameras.
- Wrote on and studied online gambling and
- Studied the application of hemp in its
industrial form for Australia and the options for its use in the medical arena
- Continued my interest in the letters patent and
various legal issues relating to indigenous sovereignty.
2009 Year of the expose’s and ran for the senate, this time
to gain a voice as a community advocate
- I was involved in many national and local
exposes, including water theft and legislation, support for local producers,
improper use of police services, and the writing of dodgy legislation. ·
- Visited most of the Murray areas, dairies and
local producers reliant on the Murray for water.
- Met with both victims and professionals to study
issues relating to the operations of WorkCover.
- Spoke out on the issue of market domination in
the grocery industry.
- Spoke and was published on freedom of
association and unconstitutional legislative change.
- Increased my studies regarding water recycling
with the help of the great Colin Pitman including writing articles on water
- Continued to study the way forward, including
the need for an “Australian bill of rights” collating my own version to ensure
open and equitable debate.
2010 Ran as a state upper house candidate “Independent”
- Took a massive court action on, self represented
in the court of disputed returns, exposing tens of thousands of missing ballot
papers and indeed votes, and exposing several conduct issues including dodgy
how to vote cards and various other conduct issues including over 100,000
- Held several of the state’s largest rallies and
spoke at many more around the state and country including; Climate change,
carbon trading, law and order, democracy, marriage equality, The application of
Hemp in Australia, SOCCA, Freedom of speech, Julian Assange and many others
both in SA and Canberra
- I was proud to hold one of the biggest rallies
to address Disability and mental health issues
- Addressed police services and community safety
- Involved in several TV exposes including the
Adelaide plains aquifers and water theft
- Studied carbon trading and world monitory issues.
- Stood in support of a local motorsports park
- Spoke regularly on the applications in Australia
of hemp in industry and medical applications.
- In February I raised money and headed off to QLD
to help flood victims, taking 4 tonnes of emergency items for both displaced
people and the many wiped out animal carers.
- Nominated for a pride of Australia medal, for my
work in community support.
- Dont sell Australians short social networking
site and the buyback Australia national campaign
- Lobbied for the restoration of vehicle
registrations labels on national TV to ensure the protection of drivers and
- Prepared to run for the local bi-election in my
local electorate of Ramsay.
- Continued to study the way forward for the
change that is so desperately needed at a national level.
- Defended actions against me by a WorkCover board
member for exposing self interest
2012 decided to address federal and state issues on my local
- Nominated for a pride of Australia medal
- I ran in the Ramsay bi-election as an
Independent “Representing you not a political party”
- The election resulted in coming second to the
favoured Labor party in their safest seat, missing out only by a few percent
- During the election several conduct issues were
raised and near 30% of the vote was absent from the counting, a record in
- how to vote cards were again used and the
state Liberal party were a no show.
- My wife Helen became a finalist in the Pride of
Australia medal for her work with injured animals
- Stood on a variety of issues including;
community safety, democracy, small business and for the protection of local
primary producers and local manufacturing.
- Held a political rally to address the undue
influence of the big duopoly of Coles & Woolworths
- Met with many diverse community groups and
supported fundraisers for orphanages in Cambodia
Supporting disability through “Salisbury high
schools” Disability basketball carnival
- Channel 7 helped me expose issues with the
removal of registration labels.
- rallies being held include the “Fresh food
awareness day” to promote the support of local farmers & producers and
small business in general on the 25 of August 2012.
- Speaking all over the country including
Industrial empowerment, carbon trading, democracy & electoral law,
Australian primary production issues, problem gambling and Market manipulation
in the grocery industry.
- Opened many "Farm Direct" Markets to promote and support local Farmers and primary producers, and high light the need for improved support for our food bowl.
2013 I continue to fight for the rights of all Australians and to keep out farmers on the land
- I continue to increase the number of "Farm Direct" Markets across the state, with other states now taking on the ideal.
- In January 2013 I started my biggest campaign called "Put your money in the right pockets" which is all about the question "IS IT AUSTRALIAN?"
- I will stand for the federal seat of Wakefield as an Independent
- While the 2 major parties continue to take away our rights, I will continue to fight for their restoration and to define our rights and liberty's
- While the 2 major party's continue to back the sale of our land, farms, water and infrastructure, I will continue to be the one candidate who fights no stop the sale and buy back the farm.
- I have demanded that the up and coming referendum which will be held during the September 2013 Federal election goes further than that of empowering local government, but defines where they stand and exactly what powers the people think they should have.
I will continue to learn, stand up for issues important to
my community and country, and demand a fair go for all Aussies. I continue to
improve my knowledge of all things political using hands on knowledge as my learning
tool, and regardless of my success at the polls, will continue to lead by
example, the only benefit in electing me as your representative is, I will have
more resource’s and a stronger voice to do what I already do, and if successful,
I will help empower the people to a more informed, honest and free inclusion in
our countries future.
My wife and I live and work together 24/7 and I work hard 7
days a week, let us as a team continue to work for you, as your employees..... If I can ever give you a hand I will do my very best.
Independent Federal candidate for Wakefield SA
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