my refusal to wear a bicycle helmet

my refusal to wear a bicycle helmet
...is informed

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Bad law - time for revocation



What do you get when you mix?:

→ fear

→ spin

→ protectionism

$$$$$$$UNSUBSTANTIATED BICYCLE HELMET LAW$$$$$$$
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

HOWEVER...lucky for us:

♥ Young Australians are speaking out for rights

♥ Young Australians are refusing to be silent or compliant when civil liberties are at stake.

♥ Young Australians understand that civil liberties act as a buffer to 'ever-avaricious-executive-power'.

♥ Young Australians expect the provision of proper evidence when the 'Executive' proposes a 'curtailment' of civil liberties.

...and so next Monday as a result of Australian governments persisting to view cycling through the prism of crime rather than through one of health or transport, Baby no. 2 will raise the defence of necessity in an Australian court of law in a bid to to avoid an Australian criminal conviction for the Australian crime of riding a bicycle without an expensive Australian Standard equipped with a cheap bicycle helmet...

Respect, Baby no. 2

5 comments:

  1. Please let us know how to find the court so we can come to support.

    Nick

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  2. It's at the Downing Centre Local Court on Level 4 at 9.15 AM.

    N.B. it's a matter for mention which means there's a high chance it will merely be an occasion to set the date for the real show down.

    BN2

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  3. Also I should have said THANK YOU for your support! (My manners are atrocious!)
    BN2

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  4. Ok its just for mention, I'll try to come next time for the actual hearing. Pls let us know. Good luck, keep up the struggle.

    Nick

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