Legislation is not law

Law is what people do, particularly with each other.

Law is in our thoughts and of our thought, our sensations, our desires, our memories, our movements, our self regard and respect for others, and much more, and all so for our each and conjoined advantages. 

Law is personal to you. You make the law by your direction of your thoughts, to your regards for yourself and others, to your learnings, to your behaviours. 

Legislation, you can see therefore, is not law.

Legislation may institute a collective. Legislation may allocate collected revenues. Legislation may purport to authorise an officer to act.

Reading legislation is reading what may be made of the law. Reading a determination dependent upon legislation is law.

Australia federal and state parliaments' expressed behaviours are thoroughly possessed of the vices of public waste and private accretion, this issuing from want of adequate education in the mores of statecraft.

The legislation issued by these rotten boroughs is in 2015 unreadable by the ordinary person.

Law, like love, is the face of the eternal, effervescent, evanescent, purposeful.

When the slothful Australian parliaments surrendered any signal of law but the corruptions, they became for deep ocean dumping, cold dark slag heaps, good for nothing, unequal to the lights of justice.

Affecting pleasures of homicide disavows Qu'ran

Wherever is revealed in our Qu'ran the notion of the homicide of another person is admonition to the reader to eschew from his own soul the any likelihood of directing his own soul's form towards behavior which would identify the reader's own soul as apostate in point of the revelation of God the Almighty.

What God the Father reveals, instantly by the Prophet, is intention to afford deathlessness among each and all human beings. 

It is not the fact that death and to be forgotten is the result of a human existence.

Deployment of eternal force negates the notion that death is the end of a human life.

That is a divine preserve, the eternal regnal prerogative, the spark of original and ancient justice.

Offering homicide is pathologic. It is sure symptom of befuddled, short-sighted, stupid, and incapable idiocy, that is, the homicidalist is not good company for himself, or the rest of us.

We're aboard Her Divine Imperial Majesty's nation carrier. 

By All, the Empress requires educated comportment of all aboard and abroad.

Keating wishes for Fraser

From former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating, on the passing of
Mr Keating
former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser -

"The death of Malcolm Fraser underwrites a great loss to Australia.

"Notwithstanding a controversial Prime Ministership, in later years he harboured one abiding and important idea about Australia – its need and its right to be a strategically independent country.

"He detested what he saw as our strategic subservience to the United States and our willingness to be easily led from the path of a truly independent foreign policy.

"His public life also enshrined other important principles: no truck with race or colour and no tolerance for whispered notions of exclusivity tinged by race. 

"I always thought Malcolm would be around a lot longer. I must say, I wished he had been."
Mrs & Mr Fraser
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Time? Each O'Clock

A particular of the dimension of time is that time is humanly personal, as well as public, if not physical, but also, if not artificial.

Artificial because, for instance, daylight saving, is invented, applied and usefully applied by people. Likewise time zones, and calendars, charts of regular procedural allocations, and times for transports arrivals. So the multifarious representations of time to each of us seem not set by each of us, but others, or us in concert, but made up, and to convenience.

But personal, too, it seems a minute ago, was it that long, already, you look so much whatever, does our personal clock measure, a long day, a short night, it's Christmas, it's Easter, his time was up.

The science is that gravity bends time. We'll come back to this, in your service.

Poverty wages from corrupted politics

NYT editorial 14/03/2015 >> Over half a million workers in New York State subsist on the minimum wage of $8.75 an hour. That’s about $18,000 a year for those working 40 hours a week. Anyone who thinks that is generous should try spending just $350 a week on food, housing, gas and heat.

That exercise might also help Gov. Andrew Cuomo remember why he promised last year to push for a higher minimum wage and index it to inflation. In a video speech that helped him gain the endorsement of the Working Families Party in the last election, Mr. Cuomo supported raising the minimum to $10.10 an hour and indexing it.

He also said he favored allowing a local option for expensive places like New York City to set their minimums as much as 30 percent higher than the rest of the state.

Some of those important details seem to have slipped out of Mr. Cuomo’s latest minimum wage package. Yes, he is proposing an increase to $10.50 an hour by the end of 2016, with a modest increase to $11.50 for workers in New York City. (The state wage is now set to go to $9 an hour by the end of this year.)

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