Systems of government in any country endure when their peoples are content and safe. They are the first two degrees of freedom.
That is not circumstance of the Australian peoples in 2017AD. It is also not the circumstance of the peoples of the United States of America.
If the country's peoples are not content and safe, the government system must change.
Our country may be usefully regarded as an aircraft carrier, with many passengers and crew. Let's call her HMAS Australia. She's majesty - not because of an English regnate of honourable past service tradition now passed on to our hands - but because she, our boat, is obliged to safe carriage, guided by the light of the origin of the stars and the seas.
In 2017, HMAS Australia is sluggish, low in the water, making no real headway but, in decreasing, erratic circles, with many fires on board, mad drunks and fop pooh-bahs slapping and seducing each other for turns at the several steering wheels, rifling the general quarters, hollering discordance through old hat megaphones, some engines set some forward, some backwards, some rusted, their pistons seized up, on every deck the personnel in unhappy circumstances.
Unfortunately uneducated steersmen are promoting as spectacle of throwing off the decks the bodies of other people, shrieking those souls born of love of God, as "illegal".
If the analogy is apt, it is without reasonable contention other than that the beloved old hulk requires smart refurbishment.
Misconduct at sea is either piracy or mutiny, neither ever anywhere tolerable by wise and loving fathers. Mutiny and piracy are mere behaviours of natural persons who are possessed of conceits unreflective of the spirit of humanity.
The parliamentary cliques throughout Australia follow these false notions. In the 20th century, such bore violent international disputations of no merit.
Out of Australia in the past decade there has been joined false wars. It is clear that the proponents of the false overseas wars are urging more such, for private gain by revenue defalcation.
Our neighbours' sons and daughters prefer the noble and happy futures of freedom, prosperity, and realisation of the great frontiers which beckon us in international comity.