The people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, and Western Australia humbly relying upon the blessing of Almighty God, by agreement made a social compact with each other to unite into a Federal Commonwealth under the name of The Commonwealth of Australia.
It is the people who make a social compact under natural law by way of a constitution to delegate some authority to offices for the good governance of the affairs of the Nation under a public trust.
The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, where the people have given their consent to offices to have some form of authority that will enable it to serve the common good of the people.
Any office that is not created by a constitution has no authority over the people of the nation as it lacks consent, people can only be governed by consent.
“…for the truth is the supreme, absolute, uncontrollable authority remains with the people.” – Quick and Garran annotated Constitution, p. 286.
What are "The People"?
They are Nationals of The Commonwealth of Australia, which have a Natural Born Allegiance thereto.
The People are the ones that created the social compact by way of The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (Imp.) that was Gazetted on the first day of January nineteen hundred and one, as the people are the creators of “Government”, they are the supreme authority over it and are responsible for the creature (government) that they created by private contract.
It is the people’s responsibility to keep the creature that they created in check, if that creature ever gets out of control, the people have a duty to bring it back under their control before it can do harm to the nation and its people.
The Authority of the Official in the Office of the Accountable Authority for the non-corporate Commonwealth Entity is recognised by the “Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013”. The Occupant of the Office of Accountable Authority is also a “Commonwealth Public Official” – Crimes Act 1914.
The following caretaker Commonwealth offices are now made and occupied these offices are corporation soles, under common law and/or an Act of Parliament and/or Legislation.
1. Office of Commonwealth Public Official for The Commonwealth of Australia – a non-corporate Commonwealth entity. Powers; Investigation, arrest and prosecution of offences of the laws of The Commonwealth.
2. Office of Commonwealth Justice of the Peace for The Commonwealth of Australia – a non-corporate Commonwealth entity. Powers: all the Common Law powers of a Justice of the Peace.
What is the "Commonwealth Custodians"?
To be a member of this association, one must have a natural-born allegiance to The Commonwealth and be prepared to affirm that allegiance by a pledge, all officeholders are required to affirm an oath of office, the member remain autonomous and self-governing and agrees to cooperate with each other for the common good of our nation.
The Occupant of the Office of Accountable Authority for the non-corporate Commonwealth Entity, with others, has made this Association named ‘Commonwealth Custodians’ while humbly relying on the Blessing of Almighty God, in good faith for The People of The Commonwealth with a Natural Born and pledged Allegiance thereto, so as to form offices that are Commonwealth Public Officials, in accordance with the laws of The Commonwealth, that can be used to defend our nation and protect the people thereof, from any threat made by man/woman functioning or acting in any office of any entity, foreign or local.
The 'Commonwealth Custodians Community' (‘C.C.C.’) is established by The People of The Commonwealth of Australia, which occupy all offices as officials "Ex officio" (by right of office - having a Natural Born and Pledged Allegiance thereto) exercising our 'Natural Law Rights' as 'The People' of The Commonwealth' to protect our property and the vulnerable of our community, doing so with righteous intent, in good faith for the common good of The People of The Commonwealth.
Commonwealth Custodians is a 'Non-Corporate Commonwealth Entity' - apolitical - non-Governmental and is a part of The Commonwealth of Australia, all members have a natural Born and/or Pledged Allegiance to The Commonwealth and all Officials are required to affirm an oath of office that is in accordance with The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (Imp.) 1900.