Vote for the LNP, ALP or Greens at your peril

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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 3, 2022, in ABC, Agenda 2030, ALP, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Anthony Albanese, australian Labor Party, big pharma, Great Barrier Reef, Greenpeace, Greens, Liberal National Party, LNP and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. If voting made any difference they would ban it, elections are determined after a couple of hours? Seriously. What proof do you need


  2. periguinfalcon

    When you have people sabotaging one nation’s placards you know the opposition are in trouble! Imagine the outrage if some one were sabotaging libs and labour’s signage! There would be police hunts everywhere, non stop media coverage and politicians crying wolf.


  3. Looks like a blatant leftie “vote Labor” ad (or vote for one of the Labor “Independents”) Vote for the REAL independents or minor Parties (UAP is NOT a minor party, nor are the Hansonites), number ALL the squares with the Majors LAST.


  4. periguinfalcon

    You have no chance, most Australians have absolutely no idea! Even if they did the elections are all rigged! The only way out is to fight and physically remove all in power!!


  5. I noticed today that both my Labor and Liberal HOR candidates have put each other 3rd of eight on their HTV cards. It looks to be panic stations and ‘the opposition’ charade is taking a back seat this time.


  6. Hi Ed.
    That motion came from Darebin City, VIC. at the 16—19 June 2019 National General Assembly (NGA) of the ALGA, which was held in Canberra.

    Link: 2019 resolutions Cover (

    The Resolution 29: That the NGA call on the Australian Government to:
    Declare a climate Emergency
    Establish a $10 billion national fund for councils to build the resilience of climate change vulnerable communities
    Commit to providing maximum protection for all people, economies, species, ecosystems and civilisations, and to fully restoring a safe climate
    Mobile the required resources and take effective action at the necessary scale and speed across Australia
    Transport the economy to zero emissions and make a fair contribution to drawing down the excess carbon dioxide in the air
    Encourage all other governments around the world to take these same actions

    The Response, 24 Oct 2019, from Sussan Ley MP Minister for the Environment, read as follows:
    The Australian Government takes the issue of climate change seriously. The Government is taking the action that is needed to address climate change. As a result of the policies that the Government has put in place over the last six years, Australia will exceed its Kyoto 2020 targets by 367 million tonnes. The Government has set out, to the last tonne, responsible targets to ensure that Australia meets its Paris 2030 commitments. Emissions per capita are now at the lowest level in 29 years and by 2050, emissions per capita will fall by 50 percent. Due to the Government’s commitment to meeting its Renewable energy Target, Australia’s investment per capita in renewable energy is currently the highest in the world. The Government will continue to take responsible action on climate change in a way which ensures both jobs for the future, and a clean and green environment.

    A much clearer news report from The West Australian says, “Environment Minister Sussan Ley tells mayors to stay out of climate change”, dated 18 July 2019.
    “Ms Ley did not say if she would declare such an emergency, but believes councils should focus on dealing with local environmental issues, such as household rubbish.”
    “The Australian councils are part of 800 across the globe to have declared climate emergencies, encompassing more than 140 million people. Victoria’s Darebin City Council was the first to take the leap in 2016. Darebin has taken a steering role among other local administrations, leading a national climate emergency conference last year.”
    Link: Environment Minister Sussan Ley tells mayors to stay out of climate change | The West Australian

    I think these Councils are a not fit to do other than services. Through ICLEI they are globalists. eg: Think local – act global.

    ICLEI news reports “Labor commits to working with local government on climate action”.
    “Friday 8 April – Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy, The Hon. Chris Bowen MP committed to collaborating with local governments on climate action if elected to the Federal Government. The Hon. Chris Bowen joined over 200 Mayors and elected members representing over 108 local governments from across Australia to discuss Labor’s priorities to adapt, mitigate and build resilience.”

    “As one of the small handful of former Mayors in the House of Representatives, I embrace partnership between the Commonwealth and local government, particularly in climate change,” stated Mr. Bowen. “States, territories and local governments are getting on with doing the job and I want to provide a better framework for that to occur as part of a more consistent national approach.”

    “During the Roundtable, if elected, the Shadow Minister Chris Bowen committed to:
    A roundtable with the Mayors in June to discuss how to accelerate climate action with local governments.
    Invite a representative of the Australian Local Government Association to a meeting of all jurisdiction climate change and energy ministers to develop a national framework for climate change and energy policy.”
    Link: Labor commits to working with local government on climate action — ICLEI Oceania

    So there we have it – Local Government sneaking into the National Cabinet = 3 tiers of government.

    SACK THEM ALL is the Rally cry for Melbourne’s next Freedom March on 14 May.
    Telegram: Contact @melbournefreedomrallyupdates


  7. streetrkf0b663c190

    The only place these corrupt grubs belong is in jail, hopefully that will be sooner rather than later if we dont want to become communist china.


  8. Hi Alison have you got a date for the ALGA motion on climate emergency? Ed


  9. On cue; should go viral throughout Australia.


  10. Local Government Councils work hand in hand with Federal and State governments and partner up with various UN bodies to implement Agenda 21 goals (UN SDG 2030). Under Liberal/National and Labor and Greens – it’s all been full steam ahead. Nowadays, Asian friends tell me the Australian education system is 2 years behind that in other Asian countries.

    The top experts enlisted to create change in curricula for Global Education under the SDGs come from the ranks of the Trilateral Commission, such as Tom Kompas, Professor at the University of Melbourne, and ANU. Other Australian/NZ members on the TC list from the Asia-Pacific Group are:

    Prof Quentin Grafton, Director of Food-Energy-Environment-Water (FE2W) Network, Chairholder of UNESCO Chair in Water Economics & Transboundary Water Governance, Director of Centre for Water Economics, Environment & Policy (CWEEP) at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Convener Geneva Actions on Human Water Security, Convener Water Justice Hub

    Allan Gyngell, Fellow Australian Institute of International Affairs (FAIIA),Convenor, Coombs Forum; Director, Crawford Australian Leadership Forum

    *John R. Hewson, Former Federal Opposition Liberal Party Leader, Australia Professor and Chair Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, *Executive Committee

    Tom Kompas, Director of Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU; Director of Australian Centre for Biosecurity and Environmental Economics (ACBEE); Editor-in-Chief of Asia and the Pacific Policy Journal, University of Melbourne

    Mike Moore, Former New Zealand Ambassador to the US; former Director-General, World Trade Organization, Geneva; former Prime Minister of New Zealand

    Michael Wesley, Director, Academic Outreach and Research, National Security College, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International) at University of Melbourne
    See: The Trilateral Commission

    Michael McCormack (National MP) is quoted: “local government should be recognised in the constitution”, from a news report on Monday 17 June, 2019, “Local councils vote for a referendum”.

    Australia’s councils have voted to demand a referendum giving local government constitutional recognition.

    The motion, calling for the government to initiate a referendum “at the earliest opportunity”, was carried 201 votes to three at the National General Assembly of the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) in Canberra on Monday.

    “Local Government presently depends on the continued will of the various State legislatures to empower local government to exist and perform various functions,” the motion put forward by Toowoomba Regional Council states.

    “It seems preferable that the Commonwealth entrench the right for councils to exist and perform certain roles.”

    If agreed to by the government, it would be the third referendum on giving local councils constitutional recognition after previous referenda held under the Whitlam and Hawke Labor governments both crashed.

    It’s also not the first time ALGA has taken a crack at a referendum. A motion for a referendum within five years was passed at last year’s NGA but was given a polite thumbs down by the federal government, which said in a subsequent letter to ALGA it had no immediate plans to change the constitution.

    Qualified support from the government in Monday’s vote came after Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack told delegates earlier in the day that local government should be recognised in the constitution to enable direct funding.

    “I think, I believe, I know that local government should be in the constitution,” he said to applause from the audience.
    “There is probably no more important thing than the commonwealth be able to fund local government directly, so that we can avoid going through the bureaucracy and so that we can get the money direct to where it needs to go, and that’s right on the ground.”

    But he added a referendum had to be worded in the right way to convince the Australian public, and it had to be put to them at the right time.

    “I know we’ve had referenda on it before, but next time when it goes up – and it has to, it should, it must – we have to get the wording right. And we have to put it in at a time when the Australian voting public is in the mood that they’re going to carry it.”

    The referendum was among the first of a total of 121 motions that are up for debate over the next two days.

    Motions to restore Financial Assistance Grants, support recycling and take action on climate change also featured heavily in Monday’s debate.

    Motions passed at the ALGA NGA
    # That the federal government declare a climate emergency
    # That a minister be appointed to assist councils in their response the changing environment
    # That the federal government establish a national strategy for climate change adaptation and resilience
    # That the government consider indemnifying councils that take climate change mitigation initiatives
    # That the current drought be elevated to natural disaster status
    See: Local councils vote for a referendum – Government News

    Regionalism is also a tool of the UN for integrating economies. The 5 UN Regional Commissions – United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLAC), United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UNESCWA) work like underground moles at the subregional and regional levels to make an end-run around national sovereignty.
    See: APEC Takes Steps to Reconnect the Region, Deepen Regional Integration | APEC


  11. Proposal for amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005) by researcher James Roguski.

    James Roguski, Apr 1, says that the most immediate danger coming from the WHO, is not the Pandemic Treaty at this stage, but the clear and present danger to the sovereignty of all 194 member nations of the WHO is the United States’ proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations, which will be voted on by the World Health Assembly scheduled for May 22-28, 2022.
    See: C.L.2.2022-IHR-amendments-English.pdf (

    About the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations –
    These amendments would give:
    1. WHO unilateral authority to declare Public Health Emergencies of International Concern (PHEIC)…
    2. Regional Directors of the WHO the ability to declare Public Health Emergencies of Regional Concern (PHERC)…
    … without the possibility of appeal by the sovereign nation.

    Watch at – James Roguski | Session 102: Un(der)cover on odysee

    The International Health Regulations (IHR) are legally binding and supercede the United States Constitution. All the nations of the world have already agreed to the existing International Health Regulations.

    The United States has proposed amendments to the legally binding International Health Regulations that will be voted upon at the next World Health Assembly this May 22, 2022 to May 28, 2022. CLICK HERE FOR OFFICIAL DOCUMENT

    These proposed amendments will cede additional sovereignty, control and legal authority over to the World Health Organization.

    These amendments will NOT require approval by 2/3 of the United States Senate. If they are approved (as submitted by the United States) by a simple majority of the 194 member countries of the World Health Assembly countries), these amendments would enter into force as international law just six months later (November 2022). The details of this are not crystal clear. I believe this information to be accurate.

    It is not known if the amendments will be voted upon individually or as a complete package.

    The amendments will give the Director General of the WHO the power to unilaterally declare a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) even over the objection of the country dealing with an outbreak of disease.

    According to changes made to U.S. regulations that were published one day before Donald Trump was inaugurated (January 19, 2017), the definition of a “Public Health Emergency” in the United States now includes the declaration of a PHEIC by the WHO.

    A unilateral declaration of a PHEIC by the WHO will enable the declaration of a Public Health Emergency by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.

    The amendments proposed by the United States would also give the Director General of the WHO the legal authority to unilaterally issue an “intermediate public health alert (IPHA).” The criteria for the issuance of an IPHA is simply that “the Director-General has determined it requires heightened international awareness and a potential international public health response.”

    The amendments will also give “regional directors” within the WHO the legal authority to declare a Public Health Emergency of Regional Concern (PHERC).

    Yes people, the United States wants to hand over our sovereignty to Regional Directors at the WHO and give them the power to “PHERC” us and “PHERC” the world, one region at a time. “PHERC” that!

    Source: WAKE UP and Smell the Burning of Our Constitution (

    There are many pages of content at this source, videos and WHO documents.


  12. Lex Stewart, former Chairman of Australians for Honest Elections gave an excellent piece of advice when talking to, I think, Open Voice.
    If you choose to vote above the line, don’t number only 6 boxes ,which is the minimum….NUMBER THE WHOLE LOT!
    WHY? because if you vote for only 6, the Greens will get a seat.By numbering the whole lot, the preferences keep moving down the line and the Greens miss out.
    Apologies to Lex if my understanding is wrong.


  13. Laurie Charles

    Love it and keep up the good work


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