One in three women experience violence during their life because the law disadvantages women. Australians are brainwashed into believing women and men have equal rights when by authority of the nation's constitution, the primary instrument of governance and source of all power, men control government, the courts and corporate enterprise inclusive of leadership, since women can simply be removed by rescinding laws men passed to empower women in the first place.

Men own Australia, women are their tenants and both suffer from the bewilderment which accompanies imbalance at cause of violence.

What can Australians do about it? The only way women and men will ever experience equal rights is with a republic governed by agreement between women's and men's legislatures, courts and corporate committees.

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10 March, 2011