Christensen sinks boot into Liberals and Nationals

This week I bade farewell to my membership of the Liberal National Party with this blunt letter to the party’s state secretary:

Dear State Secretary,

The current parliamentary term is just days off from drawing to an official end and, as such, I have fulfilled what I believed to be an ethical obligation to serve during that term as a member of the party under whose banner I was elected.  

This arrogant leader of the Queensland LNP David Crisafulli, voted with Labor to extend Covid mandates. Retiring LNP MP George Christensen warns the party, “needs to undertake some serious soul-searching about what — and who — it stands for…”

With this obligation now effectively ended, I hereby resign my membership of the Liberal National Party effective immediately.

My resignation should come as no surprise given the public disenchantment I have expressed about the party’s direction, particularly its support of a net zero target and, more so, its failure to take action against vaccine mandates and destructive pandemic policies. I could go on, but this letter is not the time and place for it.

Please know that this decision has not come easily. I have been a member of the party for almost three decades, and know that my decision will upset many, and cause the loss of existing relationships and friendships.

However, I joined the then National Party in the late 1990s because it was THE party for conservatives. In 2022, the Liberal National Party — as an extension of the Liberal Party — seems anything but conservative… and thus, it is no longer my party. 

This is the mob of city slickers that voted with Queensland Labor to extend the Emergency Powers policy until October 2022 enabling lock downs or any other police state measure at will.

The party needs to undertake some serious soul-searching about what — and who — it stands for.  If it wants to be all things to all people, including the Left, then it will do so without the support of conservative voters, and this will see it inhabiting the Opposition benches for many a moon.

Regards,

George Christensen MP

Many of the reasons I wrote this letter were outlined in my valedictory speech to the Australian Parliament I delivered a bit over a week ago.

But, put quite simply, I quit the LNP because the Liberals and Nationals haven’t stood up for you and your freedoms while they have been in government.

This is despite the Liberal Party proudly declaring that:

We believe… In the inalienable rights and freedoms of all peoples; and we work towards a lean government that minimises interference in our daily lives…

Likewise, the National Party’s federal constitution lists the objectives of that party as:

the maintenance of democracy, liberty… (and) a restriction on the size of Government… with the least possible intrusion into the lives of individuals…

So given this belief in inalienable rights, freedoms, democracy, liberty and small government, you have to ask: why did the Liberal and National Parties not act against vaccine mandates and other pandemic policy insanity?

The stock standard response you will get is that the States were responsible for all that and there was nothing that the federal government could have done.

That’s arrant nonsense. The federal government could have done plenty.

For starters, it could have — as I repeatedly suggested — affixed rules to the use of data from the Australian Immunisation Register; rules that banned accessing data from that register for the purposes of terminating someone’s employment or discriminating against someone in the provision of a service.

While the Prime Minister has said he’s against vaccine mandates, there have been countless federal government agencies that have had their own workplace mandates, and a massive federal mandate is in place that prevents non-vaccinated individuals from leaving Australia… effectively keeping us prisoners in our own country.

To be honest, I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that the federal government supported and encouraged vaccine mandates via its secret national cabinet processes.

But this still doesn’t answer why they didn’t act. To find that out you have to go all the way back to 15 September 2015 when Tony Abbott was unceremoniously removed from the office of Prime Minister.

That event — and I don’t say this lightly — was when the Liberal Party lost its soul.

Principles flew out the window for political expediency to the point where the Liberals are now just a vehicle to get people elected and, in turn, most of those people who get elected are there to support whoever is the current driver of the vehicle.

The Nationals, being closely coupled with the Liberals by virtue of the Coalition arrangement between the two parties, only fares marginally better in this regard.

There was a chance when Tony Abbott was knifed, for the National Party to show some real spine and walk away from the Liberals. It was contemplated at the time but quickly torpedoed. I know, because I was the one arguing for it.

So, in the past 11 years while I’ve been in federal parliament, I’ve witnessed the two major centre-right parties emptying themselves of the ballast of principles so that their sails can more easily blow in the direction of whichever way the political wind is said to be blowing. And most of the time it’s only said to be blowing in any particular direction by the legacy media.

This explains some of the decisions that have been made by the government in recent years.

The decision not to lift a finger to end vaccine mandates.

The decision to block non-vaccinated Australians from leaving the country.

The decision to kick Novak Djokovic out of the country for not being vaccinated, despite him having a visa and an exemption.

The decision to sacrifice jobs on the altar of the green/globalist religion that is the theory of man-made climate change.

The decision to bring in a digital identity agenda as supported by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum.

The decision to regulate what’s said by citizen journalists on social media platforms.

The decision to fund ideological gender programs — such as The Good Society — in schools.

The decision to pass laws that will see an increase in the destruction of human embryos for research purposes, and a situation where children will have three biological parents.

The decision to force Big Tech to fund the fake news legacy media.

And then there’s the decisions that haven’t been made that should have been made; like reform of the ABC, outlawing Big Tech censorship and bringing about real religious liberty.

The sad reality is, for many conservative voters, the current Liberal National government is characterised as one that has done certain things we wish it wouldn’t have, and not done other things we wish it would have.

That leads me to the major reason I can’t remain a member of the Liberal National Party. Quite simply, I won’t be voting for them at the upcoming federal election.

To be fair, there are those in the LNP worthy of support because they’ve stood up against the COVID tyranny that was imposed upon us. This includes Senators Matthew CanavanGerrard RennickAlex Antic and Sam McMahon (now a Liberal Democrat) as well as Wide Bay MP Llew O’Brien.

However, I fear, with the damage the Morrison Liberal National Government has done to itself on a range of fronts (but most notably on the issue of not acting against vaccine mandates), that we are facing an Albanese Labor Government running the country for the next three years at the very least.

What will that look like? Well, think Dan Andrews as Prime Minister. If you don’t think that’s possible, consider the COVID restrictions that Labor have put on journalists who want to join Albanese on the campaign trail, as reported by The Daily Mail:

Any journalist who wants to travel on the Albanese bus must be triple vaccinated, wear an N95 mask most of the time, and take a rapid antigen test every three days.

It gives you an idea of the kind of things Labor thinks it is reasonable to impose upon the Australian public.

Make no mistake, I fear that the election of a Labor government will be the culmination of every woke and anti-freedom agenda you can think of, but I don’t believe we are going to be able to stop it. I hope I am wrong.

Anyway, in preparation for an incoming Labor government, I feel it is the make-up of the Australian Senate that is going to be pivotal for our nation’s future.

Personally, I will be voting below the line in the Senate and numbering every pro-freedom party, Senator and candidate that’s on the ballot. That way we may just be able to get a Senate where the cross bench is dominated by pro-freedom parties and where the Liberal and National parties have enough decent pro-freedom members left among them.

If we can get this outcome, then the Senate can act like the proverbial Dutch boy with his finger in the dike, holding back all sorts of bad laws from inflicting themselves on you, me, our families and our nation.

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 April 17, 2022, in Agenda 2030, ALP, AMA, Annastacia Palaszczuk, General, LNP and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Absolutely brilliant and thankyou for having the courage to stand against the tyranny that has been and continues to be inflicted on the Australian public. It would be greatly appreciated if we could have guidance as to how to vote to achieve the checks and balances you indicate.

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  2. “I’m running again, alongside Pauline Hanson”, says George Christensen.

    “This week, I’m happy to announce that I’ve joined Pauline Hanson’s One Nation and will be part of the party’s Queensland Senate ticket at the next federal election.”

    “Like me, Pauline and One Nation have opposed the “pandemic” policy insanity that overtook our country, particularly in regards to workplace vaccine mandates and the vaccine passport system.”

    George Christensen says: “One Nation’s policy statement on World Organisations and Trade Agreements says One Nation does not support the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’. The party has the best pro-life policy of any party that sits in the Federal Parliament.
    One Nation has a policy position of essential services “including power, water, telecommunications, roadways, and ports (being) … off-limits to foreign investors”.
    They also pride themselves on being the only political party to question climate science.
    As the polls indicate we are going to have an Albanese Labor Government to deal with, Pauline’s ongoing presence in the Senate as a sort of sentry at the gate could be the difference between the Senate blocking or passing bad laws that harm your family and the nation.”
    [Good news Mr Christensen; Thank you from me]

    “At the 2019 election many conservatives – the “quiet Australians” – went back to the Liberals, given that Malcolm Turnbull had finally been dispensed with and recalling that Scott Morrison seemed to have stopped the boats and was a regular churchgoer. Further, they were genuinely concerned about Bill Shorten’s “drastic climate action”. However, these same conservatives have reason to be very aggravated, and are seriously considering voting for alternative parties at the forthcoming federal election. Why is this so?”

    “The book Deconstructing ScoMo seeks to answer this question. In this book, authors Rocco Loiacono and Augusto Zimmermann highlight the Prime Minister’s failure to stand up for conservative values; namely, his abandonment of the principles of smaller government, economic reform, free speech and individual liberty which successfully guided both the founder of the Liberal Party, Sir Robert Menzies, and Australia’s second-longest serving prime minister, John Howard. This compendium of articles is a must read as Australians head to the polls in 2022.”
    http://www.deconstructingscomo.com.au
    Source: Nation First, by George Christensen

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  3. “I’m running again, alongside Pauline Hanson”, says George Christensen.

    “This week, I’m happy to announce that I’ve joined Pauline Hanson’s One Nation and will be part of the party’s Queensland Senate ticket at the next federal election.”

    “Like me, Pauline and One Nation have opposed the “pandemic” policy insanity that overtook our country, particularly in regards to workplace vaccine mandates and the vaccine passport system.”

    George Christensen says:
    “One Nation’s policy statement on World Organisations and Trade Agreements says One Nation does not support the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’.
    The party has the best pro-life policy of any party that sits in the Federal Parliament.
    One Nation has a policy position of essential services “including power, water, telecommunications, roadways, and ports (being) … off-limits to foreign investors.
    They also pride themselves on being the only political party to question climate science.
    As the polls indicate we are going to have an Albanese Labor Government to deal with, Pauline’s ongoing presence in the Senate as a sort of sentry at the gate could be the difference between the Senate blocking or passing bad laws that harm your family and the nation.”

    [Good news Mr Christensen; Thank you from me]

    At the 2019 election many conservatives – the “quiet Australians” – went back to the Liberals, given that Malcolm Turnbull had finally been dispensed with and recalling that Scott Morrison seemed to have stopped the boats and was a regular churchgoer. Further, they were genuinely concerned about Bill Shorten’s “drastic climate action”. However, these same conservatives have reason to be very aggravated, and are seriously considering voting for alternative parties at the forthcoming federal election. Why is this so?

    The book Deconstructing ScoMo seeks to answer this question.

    In this book, authors Rocco Loiacono and Augusto Zimmermann highlight the Prime Minister’s failure to stand up for conservative values; namely, his abandonment of the principles of smaller government, economic reform, free speech and individual liberty which successfully guided both the founder of the Liberal Party, Sir Robert Menzies, and Australia’s second-longest serving prime minister, John Howard. This compendium of articles is a must read as Australians head to the polls in 2022. http://www.deconstructingscomo.com.au

    Source: Nation First, by George Christensen

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  4. The Biden – Harris administration is an example of Han’s dilemma.

    Vice President
    Kamala Harris – As the first-ever husband of a Vice President, Doug Emhoff is the first second gentleman in American history. He is also the first Jewish spouse of a vice president.

    Secretary of State
    Anthony Blinken – born to Jewish parents.

    Secretary of the Treasury
    Janet Yellen – born to a family with Polish Jewish ancestry.

    Attorney General
    Merrick Garland – raised in Conservative Judaism, his mother née Horwitz, Garland name changed from Garfinkel (Russian Jews) several generations back.

    Secretary of the Interior
    Deb Haaland – father Major JD Haaland’s mother, Gunhild Johann Jacobsen (Jacobsen surname, derives from the ancient Hebrew given name Yaakov.

    Secretary of Homeland Security
    Alejandro Mayorkas – His father, Charles R. “Nicky” Mayorkas, was born in Cuba. He was a Cuban Jew of Sephardi (from the former Ottoman Empire, present-day Turkey and Greece) and Ashkenazi (from Poland) His mother, Anita (Gabor), was a Romanian Jew whose family escaped the Holocaust and fled to Cuba in the 1940s.

    Director of National Intelligence
    Avril Haines – mother Adrienne Rappaport (Rappaport is a Jewish surname)

    Administrator of the Small Business Administration
    Isabel Guzman – According to a Larta Institute profile, Guzman claims her heritage includes; Jewish, German and possibly Chinese descent.

    Chief of Staff
    Ron Klain – mother Sarann Horwitz. From The Jerusalem Post, ““Jewish Ron Klain has been Joe Biden’s political alter ego for many of the last 40 years, regardless of his position or Biden’s interaction with Jews and Israel,” Democratic Party strategist Steve Rabinowitz said, adding: “Along the way, Klain has proven himself as friendly to our community and to Israel as we are with his old/new boss.”

    Add the Ukrainian Jewish connection.

    Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, ex Career Ambassador, US Permanent Representative to NATO, Assistant Secretary Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, etc, etc.
    Victoria Nuland – father Sherwin B. Nuland (born Shepsel Ber Nudelman) to immigrant Ukrainian Jewish parents, Meyer Nudelman and Vitsche Lutsky.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Nuland

    Sherwin’s story is worth a read, considering his Fellowship at the Hastings Center and his interest in ‘How We Die: Reflections on Life’s Final Chapter.’

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherwin_B._Nuland

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hastings_Center

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  5. In the Ukrainian Parliament there is quite an interesting swathe of political opinion and debate. There is even a pro-Russian Party : “Opposition Platform – for Life” with significant representation . They are big Putin supporters and ‘Ukraine / Russian’ identitarians. Ilya Kyva is an MP who belongs to the pro-Russian Party, big Medvedchuk cronly and was only voted out of the deputy chair last March.

    Wouldn’t you know it, Ilya has has plenty to say in the Ukraine Parliament and now has called on the Kremlin to nuke Ukraine. This is his solution to the political stoush with Ukraine’s authorities and the entire West.

    Let’s see if the Eurasianists for a Communist West and Duginist Fourth Political Agenda ideologues come up with this solution for their own nations.

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  6. One can sink a boot into dog poo or into the Canberian duopoly circus show and will have the same effect – it stinks and urgently needs cleaning up. Cleaning up also means ALL stains that the boot has left on the continent, in Aussie politics and on the broad part of the Aussie population and their pre-programmed minds. Tony hits it again but might has to take on Han’s advice as the puller of the global kosher strings will join and sponsor the “Aussie redneck rebels” and eventually slither into leadership just to repeat the same old historical journey of the money spinning hidden hand.

    With a bit more than one month to go to “vote” for an “official Australian politician” who cares for this country, there are not too many choices in an enclosed system that has no fire exit doors nor room for change.

    Scomo or Albo as a choice that is already made for us or bring on another third option just to divert the farce of show.

    “Any journalist who wants to travel on the Albanese bus must be triple vaccinated, wear an N95 mask most of the time, and take a rapid antigen test every three days”

    One can only hope that one of Rupert’s journos is N95 triple masked.

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  7. tonyryan43, YEEEHAA SMACKDOWN!

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  8. *Kamala – things that go bump in the night.

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  9. The Biden – Harris administration is an example of Han’s dilemma.

    Vice President
    Kampala Harris – As the first-ever husband of a Vice President, Doug Emhoff is the first second gentleman in American history. He is also the first Jewish spouse of a vice president.

    Secretary of State
    Anthony Blinken – born to Jewish parents.

    Secretary of the Treasury
    Janet Yellen – born to a family with Polish Jewish ancestry.

    Attorney General
    Merrick Garland – raised in Conservative Judaism, his mother née Horwitz, Garland name changed from Garfinkel (Russian Jews) several generations back.

    Secretary of the Interior
    Deb Haaland – father Major JD Haaland’s mother, Gunhild Johann Jacobsen (Jacobsen surname, derives from the ancient Hebrew given name Yaakov.

    Secretary of Homeland Security
    Alejandro Mayorkas – His father, Charles R. “Nicky” Mayorkas, was born in Cuba. He was a Cuban Jew of Sephardi (from the former Ottoman Empire, present-day Turkey and Greece) and Ashkenazi (from Poland) His mother, Anita (Gabor), was a Romanian Jew whose family escaped the Holocaust and fled to Cuba in the 1940s.

    Director of National Intelligence
    Avril Haines – mother Adrienne Rappaport (Rappaport is a Jewish surname)

    Administrator of the Small Business Administration
    Isabel Guzman – According to a Larta Institute profile, Guzman claims her heritage includes; Jewish, German and possibly Chinese descent.

    Chief of Staff
    Ron Klain – mother Sarann Horwitz. From The Jerusalem Post, ““Jewish Ron Klain has been Joe Biden’s political alter ego for many of the last 40 years, regardless of his position or Biden’s interaction with Jews and Israel,” Democratic Party strategist Steve Rabinowitz said, adding: “Along the way, Klain has proven himself as friendly to our community and to Israel as we are with his old/new boss.”

    Add the Ukrainian Jewish connection.

    Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, ex Career Ambassador, US Permanent Representative to NATO, Assistant Secretary Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, etc, etc.
    Victoria Nuland – father Sherwin B. Nuland (born Shepsel Ber Nudelman) to immigrant Ukrainian Jewish parents, Meyer Nudelman and Vitsche Lutsky.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Nuland

    Sherwin’s story is worth a read, considering his Fellowship at the Hastings Center and his interest in ‘How We Die: Reflections on Life’s Final Chapter.’

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherwin_B._Nuland

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hastings_Center

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  10. That will stuff them Tony. There are a lot of the people you so eloquently describe. Ed

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  11. Trashing the LNP/Labour-Greens Duopoly’s primary vote would be a good start. One side or the other will NEVERTHELESS form government but their power would be much reduced if they are BOTH trashed in the Senate.

    Instead of going along with their treacherous”Build Back Better” we need to “Castrate them Better”.

    It’s a tough ask but somebody somewhere needs to make a start. And there ain’t anyone else who’ll do it for us. Don’t try and “keeo the bastards honest”. It doesn’t work.

    Get rid of them, vote for those who are prepared to represent their constituents rather than the party powerbrokers and their WEF, Soros, et al paymasters.

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  12. There can be no political solution when the entire political process is corrupt and the media is owned by the enemy.

    Likewise, overthrowing tyranny cannot be achieved when the enemy has successfully indoctrinated the middle-class that the hearts of psychopaths can be melted with non-violent protest. The naivete is mind-boggling.

    And Christians are being propagandised to believe this is all a satanic event, to be overcome with incantations and prayer.

    Meanwhile, small business people are making lawyers rich by lodging futile legal challenges with long-corrupt judges.

    That leaves we handful of redneck working-class Aussies to organise the national rescue by ourselves. The WEF-owned politicians, bureaucrats, doctors, and media people will be dealt with eventually but, afterwards, all you softcocks better not cluster around saying you supported us. Talk is easy. Talk is cheap.

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  13. So sorry, George Christensen, you are on the wrong track. It doesn’t make any difference at all if we have a Lib/Nat or a Labor Government in power. They are the two wings of the same bird.

    You should instead address the issue that we have a JOG (Jewish Occupied Government) in Australia. JOG’s are all over the world, particularly in Europe, US, Canada and NZ; the White nations.

    We don’t get anywhere as long as that issue is not being addressed and rectified.

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  14. Robyn Hefferan

    This says it all for me! I’ve wondered for a while if Morrison is working to get Labor elected.

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