Too many women in Qld Cabinet and parliament

Loose cannon Deputy Premier and Treasurer Jackie Trad forcibly exits Cabinet amid sighs of relief from all and sundry. One down 11 to go

The Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has refused to ease restrictions for entry to Cape York Peninsula instead deferring any loosening of the state’s tightest quarantine measures to a biosecurity review on June 15.

As reported by Cairnsnews, Peninsula residents are becoming quite restless at the prospect of a minimum 12 months isolation for the indigenous population of 5000.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk. Too many women in power making illogical decisions skewed by PMS.

Although there are no recorded active cases of so-called Coronavirus in the Far North permanent military and police checkpoints are preventing entry to Cape York.

The accuracy of the virus testing regime has been ridiculed by senior virologists and doctors.  The Premier, not noted as the sharpest tack in the box, said she is worried about a second wave of the ‘virus’ which has sent shudders throughout the public, business and industry.

Cairnsnews has been advised by a psychologist, who asked to remain anonymous, that the female dominated government by its very makeup has been unable to make sensible and logical decisions ever since it was formed.

There are too many women in Cabinet because of a discriminatory Labor Party rule which ensures a majority female quota is achieved when candidates are endorsed by the party.

Loose Labor cannon Deputy Premier Jackie Trad stood down over alleged nepotism in an Education Department appointment.

Female Ministers outnumber men 12 to 10 which on the evidence does not make for logical decisions. One example is the highly controversial abortion legislation amendments passed in parliament last year allowing late term babies to be killed.

Deputy Opposition Leader Tim Mander on Friday said decisions by “power hungry” Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young were inconsistent, including one that “defies common sense”.

The LNP has criticised health advice given by Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young.
Chief Health Officer Dr Jeanette Young making illogical decisions about Coronavirus prevention. At odds with other States, she was targeted by football fans for preventing players who refused the toxic flu vaccination from playing in Queensland

Discussing the emotional distress women often experience, the psychologist referred to the following article from the US publication Everyday Health:

“When a task as simple as a trip to the supermarket becomes an emotional ordeal, Morgan Sheets knows that her period is just around the corner.

The 29-year-old from Indianapolis says that during some months, she notices her emotions becoming more unstable in the five days or so before she is due to start menstruating.

“I begin feeling like everything in my life is wrong and that I’m leading the wrong life,” says Sheets, a marketing director.

“Little things like making decisions about groceries to buy or getting dressed in the morning become monumental, and I agonize over them.” Sheets says she also becomes much more sensitive and cries more easily.

Sheets is just one of the many women who experience premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, a collection of unpleasant symptoms, such as anxiety and bloating, that typically occur one to two weeks before menstruation and might influence behavior through in the menstrual cycle.

An estimated 85 percent of women experience at least one symptom of PMS per month, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists estimates.

While PMS and its related hormonal changes are often talked about and are even the subject of endless jokes on TV sitcoms, the truth is that the hormones in a woman’s body can influence her moods and actions throughout the month.

“We know hormone levels fluctuate throughout the month,” says Diana Schwarzbein, MD, an endocrinologist and author of Menopause Power. “There are going to be corresponding fluctuations in other hormones that are definitely going to affect emotions, processes of thought, and physical well-being.”

Here’s what your reproductive system is doing during throughout your menstrual cycle and how hormonal changes may make you feel and act.”

Many decisions made by women in power medically cannot be logical.  Older women going through menopause according to the psychologist, often suffer psychological problems and the nonsensical advice about epidemiology emanating from Dr Jeanette Young flies in the face of research from eminent virologists.

If she lived in India she would be sacred.

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on May 12, 2020, in Annastacia Palaszczuk, coronavirus, General and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. It is a well known empirical FACT, that over a period of time women in an office will synchronize their menstrual cycles.
    And for the nay-sayers, I’ve observed this phenomenon personally.

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  2. Laurence Heal

    I agree completely . Women can contribute to parliament but only if a minimum age of sixty years be set.This would overcome the stated and real problems.

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  3. So Correct, anyone that experience a woman before menstruation would understand. Menopause worse can be VERY disabling …….

    you would not like to start a argument with a room full of Menopausal women on a ” BAD HAIR DAY!!

    Do I go to Court/Jail for saying this >in front of a Female Judge when she is having a Bad hair day +Period??

    Psycholagy to day >>> April 22-2015 BY Dr Joel l Young

    “One in three Americans struggles with a mental illness, but the rate is much higher in women. Research suggests that women are about 40% more likely than men to develop depression. They’re twice as likely to develop PTSD, with about 10% of women developing the condition after a traumatic event, compared to just 4% of men. It’s easy to write off this epidemic of mental illness among women as the result of hormonal issues and genetic gender differences, or even to argue that women are simply more “emotional” than men.
    The truth, though, is that psychiatrists aren’t really sure why mental illness is more common among women, and teasing out the specific factors that play a role in this challenge isn’t easy. So far, doctors have pointed to a number of possibilities.”

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  4. Islamic Union of Germany sues the gov’t and wins to open ALL places of worship.

    https://www.islam21c.com/news-views/islamic-union-wins-case-against-german-government-on-behalf-of-places-of-worship/

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