Pat Mesiti at one of his recent rallies in Queensland.

THE Rev. Tim Costello and his brother the former Treasurer Peter Costello, are up to their eyeballs in big pharma’s insane “global vaccination” drive. While one Costello beats the drum to “share the vaccines with our poor neighbours” the other keenly watches over the vaccine profits rolling on in.

Rev. Tim Costello cunningly co-opted major church denominations into a vaccination crusade.

The former Treasurer these days is making sure the Australian Future Fund ($149 billion in assets) is raking in tens of millions from its big pharma and “medical research” investments, while his woke Baptist brother Tim is making sure those shots are distributed far and wide with generous support from the Aussie taxpayers – all in the name of “regional social justice” and “vaccine equity” of course.

But neither Rev. Tim nor Pete have said a public word we are aware of about the victims of vaccine adverse events, probably because that’s not on Bill Gates’ everyone-must-be-vaccinated agenda that is giving companies like Pfizer and Moderna staggering profit figures in the tens of billions and filling the pockets of the western privileged elites as represented by the Costellos.

Neither are the Costellos speaking up about long and destructive lockdowns, the banning of proven anti-Covid therapeutics, forced business bankruptcies, youth suicides, and now the criminal threats and coercion to vaccinate vulnerable teens at schools and even on their own doorsteps. No, the good reverend has other “social justice” issues to harp on about, most notably the crooked Crown Casino. Nothing like a local gambling den to raise the ire of a good old-fashioned Baptist minister?

Mega money manager Peter Costello is involved in the business end of his brother’s campaign to vaccinate the entire world.

Lucky Pete by the way, also chairs the Nine Entertainment Corporation, the sleazy big media group renowned for dishing out bread and circus tripe to the populace that also played a major role in pushing the Event 201 mantra to “Flood the zone”. Hence, 9 News almost daily spouted the lie to its brain-numbed followers that their only hope of being protected from “the virus” was a vaccine.

This is also one of the same big media companies, according to Senator Gerard Rennick, that have instructed their newsrooms to shy away from reporting hundreds of post-vaccination deaths and thousands of adverse events, now also being covered up by the TGA and it’s lying chief, Adjunct Professor John Skerrit.

Rev. Tim, for his part as a woke and prominent pusher of “climate action” and “vaccine equity” is being rewarded by the academic establishment with an invitation to chair Melbourne’s Peninsula Campus Community Advisory Council where he can project his “social justice” twaddle into the educational system.

But we must give the good reverend some credit for his ability to “network”. It seems Rev, Tim also employed prophetic powers and could see the pandemic coming down the track months before, just like Jane Halton and her corporate cabal at Event 201 in August 2019.

Rev. Tim, or someone pulling his strings, knew it was essential to get the churches on side, and hey presto, a clever marketing campaign was put together and launched by Tim’s team at Micah Australia, an organisation for Christian social justice warriors. That campaign took on the catchy hash-tagged title #EndCovid4All – after all, what good Christian would not support such a fine cause.

Next thing we know Micah Australia was circulating a 55-page propaganda booklet called Shot of Hope. That’s right, a vial of dangerous experimental medicine your “only hope”. The Lord God didn’t even get a look in. But churches and church welfare organisations of all the major denominations hardly hesitated in signing up.

The booklet outlines “the case” for Australia pushing vaccines on to the Asia-Pacific region, which according to Costello and company is the great “socially-responsible” thing to do. They call it “vaccine equity”. But there’s no mention in Shot of Hope about the tens of thousands of people worldwide who have died post-vaccination or the millions injured by the same or the obscene, extortimoney-grubbing deals perpetrated by Pfizer against nation-states everywhere. (The official adverse event reporting service in Europe, EudraVigilance, recently reported 28,104 post vaccination deaths and more than 2.634 million injuries from the so-called “shot of hope”).

Micah meanwhile, teamed up with a bunch of globalist NGOs and vaccine-pushing medical institutes such as Melbourne’s Gates-backed Burnet Institute, the Australian Global Health Alliance, the Pacific Friends of Global Health, UNICEF Australia, Médecins Sans Frontières Australia, the Australian Council for International Development, Save the Children Australia, World Vision Australia, Global Citizen and Results Australia.

These organisations are noted by their swollen ranks of academic-political appointees. The Australian Global Health Alliance has 14 such high-flying members on its advisory board, headed by a former Victorian Labor Party premier John Brumby. Its members come from all the politically correct institutions – Monash University, the Burnet Institute, University of Melbourne, Nossal Institute for Global Health and surprise, surprise, a representative from GlaxoSmithKline.

Most of these organisations (Global Citizen a glaring example) are rolling in money and also happen to be pushing the “climate action” agenda, to turn the global temperature down by 1.5 degrees – almost like you do with your airconditioner. But of course, we all need to be vaccinated vegans living in sustainable high-rise stacks of boxes and riding battery assisted bicycles before that utopia arrives. And as Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum famously assures us, “you vill own nothing unt be happy”. Gee, thanks Klaus. Does that apply to your Rothschild relatives too?

But God moves in mysterious ways, they say, and it took an unlikely former “defrocked” Hillsong Church pastor Pat Mesiti to come back to haunt the Rev. Tim and his misguided woke injection crusade and the churches who signed on.

Mesiti, who runs a motivational, life-coaching business, has bounced back from a self-admitted scandal-plagued episode in his life, to become a leading figure in the Australian protest movement, gathering Australian and international leaders Monica Smit, Topher Field, Ricardo Bossi, Aussie Cossack and others online to fight the tyranny. He is also running a series of Great Southland Rallies for churches across Queensland.

Mesiti has been taking special aim at the corporate churches across Australia not only for being sucked into the vaccine campaign but also for taking Scott Morrison’s JobKeeper handouts, as did big business. Take for instance the $47 million dished out to Seven West Media, run by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s close friend Ryan Stokes.

Mesiti reckons the mega-churches got more JobKeeper money than their offerings to pay staff. “Follow the 30 pieces of silver,” he told a gathering of church leaders recently in Queensland. He was also referring to the $50 million allocated under Shot of Love to combat “vaccine hesitancy”, in other words propaganda to white wash the mRNA vaccines.

He challenged those present to look up the denominations who signed up for a share in the vaccine campaign money. “When did we learn to bow the knee and almost redeem ourselves by acts of social justice? – like this stuff, headed by the wealthiest, most leftist Baptist in this country, and pentecostals are following him like he’s a sacred cow,” said Mesiti, waving a copy of Shot of Hope.

He said Shot of Hope “reeked of racism” because the $50 million would supposedly educate people in other places about vaccines. “What, we white people are that superior that they can’t educate themselves in other islands?”

Mesiti returned to his 30 pieces of silver theme. “A Shot of Hope sounds like ‘we’re all in this together’ – unless you disagree with us. Then we’re going to betray you. I know people – and I know them because they call me – they turn up at a march, so people at their own church dob them in… one of them was a worship leader from a major church. One of the signs is betrayal. Judases don’t change.”