Can the State Government’s force Vaccinations in conflict with Section 51(xxiiiA) of the Constitution?


Malcolm Roberts made some very incorrect claims in respect of the States having the power to force mandatory medical procedures.

Section 109 of the Constitution invalidates State laws that are inconsistent with Commonwealth laws.


We present for you the currently valid Commonwealth law that invalidates any State law that civilly conscripts any Australian into a medical procedure against their will.


Here in the Commonwealth law is a prohibition against civil

conscription, the prohibition is not just found within the Commonwealth Constitution as claimed by Malcolm Roberts.

We recommend Mr Roberts find competent legal advice and a new telly prompter.

We also challenge Mr Roberts to a debate as he fails to Act on behalf of the Australian People!




2 thoughts on “Can the State Government’s force Vaccinations in conflict with Section 51(xxiiiA) of the Constitution?

  1. The States are under the Federal Laws; that’s it!
    The States cannot edict unconstititional laws but they do and enforce them via the Police. Might is right.
    The only way outa this enforcement is uprising by the people in thousands otherwise these Government puppets will make our lives miserable and eventually to capitulation as planned.

  2. HEALTH AND SAFETY RISK ASSESSMENT by Gideon J Jacobs December, 2021

    Conclusion: The company has complied to its obligation under the various Work Health and Safety Acts’ requirements and determined based on a risk assessment that it cannot require any employee to have a Covid-19 vaccination. It can also not discriminate against any employee based on their Covid-19 vaccination status. Any state or federal directive or mandate requiring to do so will be in contradiction to both the Queensland and Australian Work Health and Safety Acts of 2011 as well as the Australian Disability Discrimination Act 1992.”

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