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No right to close nudist beach

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Michael Bond, Coffin Bay, SA

If the council insists on closing the nudist beach against the wishes of the people, remind the council that they are actually an unconstitutional (and thereby illegal) entity that has no legal authority to demand anything.

The recently aborted referendum to legalise councils demonstrates that councils are illegal and have no authority.

In fact if you search it out on the internet, you will find that the Byron Shire Council is most likely a corporation registered on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), with its address in Washington DC.

So tell the council to back off.


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