High Court incompetent on equality

The inability of Australia's High Court to consider women's rights undermines the nation's entire delivery of justice.

A High Court bench presiding over a single, men's jurisdiction, with a complement of six males and a sole female, is not the place to determine equity.

Women's rights are abandoned in favour of male prejudice and a determination to institutionalise discrimination against women with legal imprimatur.

The High Court abandons Australian women to servitude and second-class citizenship.

Bereft of justice, the nation's citizens, who pay for this perversion, are held captive to inequality which holds privilege over probity and propriety.

Justice becomes a commodity purchased with avarice and greed rather than a right endowed with citizenship or association.

Australians are held hostage to corruption accompanying disadvantage and discrimination.

It is laughable a High Court bench could even contemplate the delivery of justice with such gaping inequity.

Since the High Court sits at the apex of justice, all Australian courts may be considered incompetent in any and all determinations at law.

The equitable delivery of justice can only be accomplished with constitutional reform providing for women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction.

29 March, 2007