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The Governor General of Australia is missing

The Governor General of Australia is missing

As hard as it is to believe the Governor General of Australia has absented himself from office. This was shortly after he was served papers by former Senator Rod Culleton. To read more about the serving of papers, see the articles below.

Australian Politicians called to stand down
On the 25th January 2022, Rod Culleton of The Great Australian Party served the Governor General of Australia with a formal notice in writing by the Australian people which included himself and other Australian Senators that he is required to remove the existing Federal Government and all the State…
2022 Official Convoy to Canberra
The Australian convoy to Canberra is not simply about ending mandates and restrictions but is enacting a legal mechanism to dissolve the corporate Australian government and bring back the true Commonwealth Government and Constitution. The Australian people are far more awake than any in the world, a…

So now we find that the Governor General has vanished.

The proclamation of his absentism can be found, https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2022G00062/Download?fbclid=IwAR0Xfbv9hioW9C6EOZjiWfR6y5Y_-GbPTHy6QgTCAPHzsTSSpjJg9PfvoNo

Rod Culleton discusses the missing Governor General and the unconstitutional Australian Government in this lengthy discussion below. It's worth a listen to and as hard as it is to believe, things are not as they seem and Australia lost it's way politically and legally many decades ago.

Just as interesting is that the Biosecurity (Entry Requirements—Human Coronavirus with Pandemic Potential) Determination (No. 2) 2021 is no longer in force.

On Constitutional Watch, the question is asked, "But can the appointment of Linda Dessau be valid if the Governors office fails to be constituted under Letters Patent?" https://constitutionwatch.com.au/the-appointment-of-linda-dessau-as-administrator/?fbclid=IwAR36dHsk1on4hz70IaPmlDpnawELkkiY_dbiiVDRrDbQHe24lrdj6ImtDaY

I think we know the answer to that?

No, it can't be valid but perhaps that all lines up with a corporation posing as a "government", doing whatever they want.

What do you think?