I just spent the day in a prison cell.
I was kidnapped and threatened, that I would be kidnapped again and imprisoned, if I am to access, and use, my Facebook or Youtube Campaign accounts for political expression;
this obviously, directly infringes upon my protected Constitutional right to political expression.
The Criminal Code Act states the following,
"83.4 Interference with political rights and duties
(1) A person commits an offence if;
(a) the person engages in conduct; and
(b) the conduct involves the use of force or violence, or intimidation, or the making of threats of any kind; and
(c) the conduct results in interference with the exercise or performance, in Australia by any other person, of an Australian democratic or political right or duty; and
(d) the right or duty arises under the Constitution or a law of the Commonwealth."
So what exactly is, 'an Australian democratic or political right or duty'?
"the High Court has held that an implied freedom of political communication exists as an indispensible part of the system of representative and responsible government created by the Constitution. It operates as a freedom from government restraint, rather than a right conferred directly on individuals.
In Nationwide News Pty Ltd v Wills (1992) 177 CLR 1 and Australian Capital Television Pty Ltd v the Commonwealth (1992) 177 CLR 106, the majority of the High Court held that an implied freedom of political communication exists as an incident of the system of representative government established by the Constitution. This was reaffirmed in Unions NSW v New South Wales  HCA 58."
"...an implied freedom of political communication exists as an incident of the system of representative government established by the Constitution."