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Labor Prime Ministerial aspirants never had a real job but want to run Australia – God help us if that happens

Anthony Norman Albanese born 2 March 1963) is an Australian politician serving as Leader of the Opposition and leader of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) since 2019. He has been member of parliament (MP) for the division of Grayndler since 1996. Albanese was deputy prime minister of Australia under the second Rudd Government in 2013 and a Cabinet Minister in the Rudd and Gillard Governments from 2007 to 2013.

Labor Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has never had a job in his life. He wants to run Australia. Our remnant manufacturing industry would close overnight due to climate change nonsense and every Australian aged 2 to 100 would be forcibly vaxxed.

Albanese was born in Sydney and attended St Mary’s Cathedral College, before going on to the University of Sydney to study economics. He joined the Labor Party as a student, and before entering parliament worked as a party official and research officer. Albanese was elected to the House of Representatives at the 1996 election, winning the seat of Grayndler in New South Wales. He was first appointed to the Shadow Cabinet in 2001 and went on to serve in a number of roles, eventually becoming Manager of Opposition Business in 2006.

After completing his economics degree, Albanese took on a role as research officer to the then-Minister for Local Government andAdministrative Services, Tom Uren, who would become a mentor to him.[13] In 1989, the position of Assistant General Secretary of the New South Wales branch of the Labor Party became vacant when John Faulkner was elected to the Senate. The election to replace him was closely disputed between the Labor Left’s Hard Left and Soft Left groupings, with Albanese being elected with the backing of the Hard Left, taking on that role for the next six years.[12] In 1995, he left the position to work as a senior adviser to New South Wales PremierBob Carr.[5]

– Wikipedia

Deputy Opposition Leader Richard Marles, a solicitor, would go along with Albanese filling up detention centres with un-vaxxed people and climate change deniers. He has not had a real job either.

Solicitor Richard Marles was elected to Federal Parliament as the Member for Corio in November 2007.

Marles is the Deputy Leader of the Australian Labor Party, Shadow Minister for National Reconstruction, Employment, Skills and Small Business, and Shadow Minister for Science.

Born and raised in Geelong, Marles is an avid Geelong Cats fan. Marles was educated at Geelong Grammar School and has an LLB (Hons) and BSc from Melbourne University.

He began his career with Labor legal firm Slater and Gordon. In 1998, he became Federal Assistant Secretary of the Transport Workers’ Union where he was responsible for bargaining with national transport companies and managing the union’s activities in the Australian Industrial Relations Commission.

In 2000, he became Assistant Secretary of the ACTU and ran the Working Hours Case, which gave workers the right, for the first time, to refuse unreasonable amounts of overtime.

Marles was a member of the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission and led the ACTU’s work on OHS. Richard also led an innovative program of co-operation between the Australian and Papua New Guinea union movements.

During the Rudd-Gillard Governments, he served as Minister for Trade, Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Parliamentary Secretary for Innovation and Industry.

He lives in Geelong with his wife Rachel and has four children.

Coles sacks all un-vaxxed staff, clearing the way to shop exclusively at IGA

from the Spectator

Coles sacked the last of its unvaccinated staff at the beginning of this year, long after state mandates fell and other industries began allowing the so-called mavericks of the workforce back into the office. The move, along with other supermarket giants, saw thousands of Australians unceremoniously dumped, many of them single mothers or from struggling households.

‘Are you being served?’ Shop safe at Coles it has 900 trannies to serve you, look out! This grocery cartel has tens of thousands of vaxxed shop assistants to ensure you get a good dose of mRNA vaxx shedding at the checkout, free of course!

Shop safe at Coles’ is something that looks good printed in big letters across double-page ads to those still suffering from anxiety hangovers. Just don’t ask too many questions about the health logic, given unvaccinated people can shop in the store, but not stand behind the counter.

Speaking of corporate virtue signalling.

The same company turned around this week and announced it would be offering its trans and gender-diverse employees ten extra days of paid leave for the purpose of ‘gender affirmation’. ‘Affirmation’ is a hazy term that Coles describes as ‘any process’ that relates to the act of gender affirmation including surgical, social, legal, or medical action. Leave could be granted for anything from an appointment with a lawyer through to full surgery.

Gender Affirmation Leave was timed to coincide with the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism, and Transphobia – one of the dozens of days and months dedicated to a sexual preference or pronouns.

Coles Chief Legal and Safety Officer David Brewster (r) with Pride Cup Australia founder Jason Ball. (Hawkesbury Gazette)

Coles Chief Legal and Safety Officer, David Brewster, (who also serves as the Chairman of the Pride Steering Committee), released a statement.

‘We know that we have at least 900 team members who identify as transgender or gender diverse. We need to have proper policy and education in this area so there is clear guidance around taking leave for this important transition in their life.’

Coles attached a long and bizarre ‘gender affirming’ statement that seems a little over the top for employment that largely involves stacking shelves and pushing trolleys. Its headings include ‘encouraging you to be your authentic self’ and ‘developing our Pride Team member network’ – which doesn’t sound like something employers should concern themselves with.

This move, described as ‘way ahead of politicians’ (add to that logic, reason, and fairness) is meant to be an action against ‘trans hate’. 2022 has transitioned into a world where an employer who is not constantly, publicly, and (preferably financially) ‘affirming’ an employee they must, by default, hate them. For most of human history, workers preferred their employers to keep their noses out of any private medical business.

‘You’ll be supported as the gender with which you identify, wear the clothes or uniform of your affirmed gender, use the toilets and change rooms of your affirmed gender and be referred to by the name of your affirmed gender too,’ read a statement, issued by Coles.

The statement leans heavily toward sentiments of anti-discrimination and equity – which is fine, one is simply left to wonder where this emotionally sensitive Coles hurt-feelings committee was when it was ruthlessly sacking unvaccinated staff who simply wanted to keep their jobs and their body autonomy at the same time. Coles went one step further, attempting to impose its vaccination policies on unrelated suppliers, contractors, partners, and anyone working onsite.

And no. If you’re an employee with a non-gender related medical or emotional issue, you’ll have to plan ahead and sacrifice some of your holiday leave when you run out of the standard state-sanctioned medical allotment. No one is going to give you a Woke Virtue point for a hip replacement.

Right on cue comes the monkey-pox amazingly arriving in Melbourne

Letter to the Editor

Yet again, further evidence of meticulous planning and what *they* have had in store for us for some time.

$119 million spent on another ‘vaccine’, expressly Jynneos, which incidentally, Monkeypox was mysteriously added to the smallpox ‘vaccine’ – and approved in 2019 by another Big Pharma giant Bavarian-Nordic.

Bavarian-Nordic have been involved all along with the Convid ‘vaccine’. Flying under the radar.
They are also a member of the Alliance for Biosecurity.

Another ’vaccine’ which they have approved for manufacture transfer was in place for 2020 – 2025.
Yes, through to 2025.
This ‘vaccine’ is for none other than TBE (Tick-borne Encephalitis). BOOM!

As with Lumpy-Skin-disease-Littleproud’s Japanese Encephalitis, this is a disturbingly recurring word.

from D Johnson

Queensland

Craig Kelly warns about WHO treaty with crippling lockdowns and mandates

Minister Littleproud about to infect national cattle herd with lumpy skin disease

Letter to the Editor

The week of 8.4.2022 I came across an articles regarding a researcher and Government officials in Australia wanting to bring highly contagious lumpy skin disease samples into Australia so it can be studied.

Why would Agriculture Minister David Littleproud allow lumpy skin disease to enter Australia? It is found in India and Indonesia and we do not want it here.

It seems we do not have the disease in Australia. After a bit of a search it also seems there is an alarming rate of spreading of this disease around the world at the moment, so why would you risk the importation of this bug into our country, given what has happened over the last couple of years. 11.4.2022 and David Littleproud has given permission.

In my opinion this researcher should pack their suit case jump on a plane and go and research  the disease where it exists. We have in the past have had a top biosecurity act in place here in Australia,

Unfortunately it no longer has my confidence as it has been thrown out the window. If private business is involved its just about the money, I am sure I am not the only concerned Australian in regard to these types of infectious diseases. Let’s hope the bureaucrats were qualified to make the right decision or perhaps it has been imported already. If this disease suddenly appears we know where to start looking for answers. I am not happy how Australia has and is being run for years, An absolute Disgrace if you ask me.

Kind Regards,

Andrew Copeland

Queensland

Editor: Minister Littleproud’s knowledge of agriculture would fit onto a postage stamp. His father was a country school teacher and David would have seen cows in a paddock somewhere which qualified him to be Minister. But have no doubt the ALP would do the same. Have these mindless bureaucrats and LNP dupes learnt nothing from the Covid scam?

WHO treaty should be ratified by Parliament not Cabinet

by Kev Moore
No Australia is not losing ” sovereignty” to the WHO and China next week.????
https://citizensparty.org.au/media-releases/no-australia-not-losing-sovereignty-who-and-china-next-week.

Explainer – The Treaty Process in Australia
9 April 2018 |

This explainer sets out the legal process that underpins how a treaty is created under International Law and then incorporated into Australian domestic law. Definitions of key terms related to the treaty process have been taken from the United Nations and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade .

What is a Treaty?

Australia becoming a party to a treaty is a legal process.

The Australian law recognises that a treaty is:

… an agreement between States (countries) which is binding at international law. In some cases international organisations can be parties to treaties. Even if a document is agreed between two or more sovereign countries, it will not be a treaty unless those countries intend the document to be binding at international law. DFAT

Section 61 of the Australian Constitution allows Australia to enter into treaties as an exercise of Executive Power. Treaties are then tabled in both Houses of Parliament.

A treaty is generally tabled after it has been signed for Australia, but before any treaty action is taken which would bind Australia under international law. DFAT

The legal process for Australia to sign, ratify or accede/implement to an international agreement/treaty is set out below:

Signature – agreement in principle, but not legally bound by the treaty.

Ratification – a binding agreement that Australia will implement the treaty. In the case of a multi-lateral United Nations agreement an instrument of ratification prepared by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is deposited with the UN Secretary-General after being approved by the Governor-General in Council.

Accession/Implementation – the Parliament implements the agreement as an Act of Parliament

Example: the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) implements the Convention for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

UN Charter
“Entry into force for Australia 1 November 1945”
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In force generally
24 October 1945 description
Charter of the United Nations [UN]
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Notes and references to published text
Signed for Australia 26 June 1945 by F M Forde and H V Evatt. Instrument of ratification deposited for Australia 1 November 1945. Entry into force for Australia 1 November 1945. Also applies to Norfolk Island.

http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/other/dfat/treaty_list/mulist/1945.html

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/other/dfat/treaties/1945/1.html

http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/other/dfat/treaty_list/TL-keyword-index.html

http://www2.austlii.edu.au/~davidv/alr/secure/tables-OLD/Aust_journals_table.html

http://www.worldlii.org/catalog/33.html

It may be of interest to know that Australia ratified the full text of the United Nations Charter as a treaty in 1945 and in so doing gave away its sovereignty. Communist “Doc”Evatt and dupe, P.M. Ford signed on behalf of Australia.

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/other/dfat/treaties/ATS/1945/1.html
Charter of the United Nations, as amended [1945] ATS 1

[ To understand the UN, see the book, “THE FEARFUL MASTER A SECOND LOOK AT THE UNITED NATIONS” by G. Edward Griffin ]

“Government is not reason;
it is not eloquence;
it is force! Like fire,
it is a dangerous servant
and a fearful master!”
George Washington

Citizens Party claims a WHO health treaty is a few years away

The hysterical claim that Australia is set to lose its sovereignty to a World Health Organisation “treaty” the day after the federal election is false.

The United Australia Party started running advertisements on 17 May—just four days out from the election—claiming that the day after the election, the Labor and Liberal parties planned to give China control of “the health of Australians”.

UAP’s 17 May press release asserted:

“Handing control of our nation’s health programs to the pro-China World Health Organisation (WHO) should raise alarm bells for all Australian citizens, says UAP Chair Clive Palmer.”

Palmer went on to claim: “It is a shocking development to learn that the WHO will gain jurisdiction over controlling Australia’s health programs a day after the Federal Election. It is well known that China is a major contributor to and has a high degree of influence over the World Health Organisation. The WHO has been rightly criticised for pro-China bias in the past. It should be concerning to all Australians who value freedom and democracy that our health policies could fall under the influence of communist China.”

And, in a shameless dog-whistle to Sinophobes, in an 18 May email to members, the UAP highlighted that Australia’s representative to the WHO meeting is a professor with a Chinese name. Following this email, memes are circulating on the internet claiming the Australian professor is a “Chinese communist”.

Twisted lies

None of Palmer’s claims are true; in fact, he is completely twisting the truth to blame China for something that is in fact an attack on China.

Here is what is actually happening starting the day after Australia’s federal election:

From 22-28 May, the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) will convene in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHA is essentially all of the member nations of the United Nations, meeting to discuss internationally relevant health issues. The WHA sets the rules, agreed to by all member nations, which govern the World Health Organisation (WHO), the UN agency that coordinates global health information, cooperation, and emergency actions.

Aside from the usual issues the WHA discusses, this upcoming WHA will also discuss two extra agenda items:

  1. Amendments to the WHO’s “International Health Regulations” (IHRs) proposed by the US Biden Administration, which it claims are to “strengthen the ability of the WHO and member states to prevent, detect, and respond to future public health emergencies of international concern”;
  2. A proposal “for an international agreement on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response”, i.e. a global pandemic “treaty”.

In the blizzard of claims blowing around the internet, the two topics above are being confused with each other.

To deal with the treaty first: it is only a proposal. Nothing will be finalised at the WHA that starts the day after the Australian election. The most that will happen is the WHA will continue its preliminary discussions on a treaty, which is at minimum a two-year process. It will be at least 2024 before the finalised wording of a treaty, or convention, or agreement is available for the member nations to vote on at the WHA. And as London’s Telegraph reported on 12 April 2022: “But there are fears that the outcome—which is not due to be presented to the WHA until 2024—could emerge from years of fraught negotiations without any teeth amid significant geopolitical tensions [meaning with China and Russia–Ed.], especially as COVID-19 slips down the priority list.” (Emphasis added.)

So, no treaty will be decided next week in Geneva.

What will be voted on next week is the Biden Administration’s amendments to the IHRs. Clive Palmer has it twisted around, because these amendments are not a plot by China to take over our health, they are an attack on China!

The US amendments are based on the narrative started by the Trump administration in 2020, echoed by Clive Palmer, that China “mishandled” and “hid” the outbreak of COVID, allowing the spread that led to the global pandemic; and that the WHO was complicit, because China “controls” it. This isn’t actually true, but with the sharp deterioration in relations with China in the last two years, this narrative has stuck politically in the USA and countries like Australia. Ironically, anyone who supported the attacks on China over its handling of COVID, such as Scott Morrison’s 2020 call to send in inspectors to investigate, should support these US amendments because they are targeted at China!

The amendments seek to make the WHO less diplomatically sensitive in the way it relates to countries affected by a disease outbreak. Currently, the WHO is very sensitive to member nations’ sovereignty, and it treads carefully to avoid insulting a nation—such as by accusing a nation of causing a global pandemic—not least so it can ensure its experts have access to assess an outbreak. Because the China-haters in the Trump administration were accusing China of deliberately spreading COVID, they cynically twisted the WHO’s diplomatic sensitivity towards China into propaganda that “China controls the WHO”. Unfortunately, Biden has continued much of the Trump administration’s narrative, so the US amendments specifically propose to empower the WHO to unilaterally declare an “actual or potential” public health emergency, without the agreement of the country in which the outbreak has occurred.

Essentially, the US amendments are intended to give the WHO the power to embarrass nations. This does somewhat impinge on nations’ sovereignty compared to how the WHO operates now, but that’s it, however. Once the WHO declares a public health emergency, it can advise, but it cannot dictate how nations respond. It cannot order lockdowns, or forced vaccinations, as some people are claiming (in fact, the WHO is far more cautious about vaccine mandates than what we have seen from Australia’s state governments). And all member nations are able to reject the amendments and opt out of the International Health Regulations.

China is expected to oppose these amendments next week, likely seeing them as a threat to its sovereignty, according to Health Policy Watch on 6 May. This is an irony for the UAP—they are actually on China’s side! – Citizens Party (CEC)

We suggest readers watch Scomo’s video and make up their own minds:

The Australian Electoral Commission needs your help!

Looking for some extra cash this weekend? – The Australian Electoral Commission needs your help!

But you have to be fully vaxxed and do not collapse on the job.

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is hiring people to work for the AEC this Saturday or the days after, particularly in regional Queensland. These are paid roles.

Where necessary, the AEC will cover any accommodation and travel costs – so if you’re up for a paid weekend getaway keep reading!
  
What’s involved?

The AEC is looking for people to work in the following paid temporary roles in polling places this Saturday:

  • Polling place Officer in Charge
  • Polling place Second in Charge
  • Declaration Voting Issuing Officer
  • Polling Assistants. 

A summary of the roles, and what’s involved, is available on the AEC website.

All AEC election roles in polling places are paid a package rate. Details on the pay, terms and conditions can be found in the Collective Determination.

Working in a polling place is an all-day effort – but rewarding! Staff will start at around 7am and finish no later than 11pm. 

Note: some roles require a police check.

COVID-19 safety

COVID-19 safety measures will be in place at polling places and other workplaces to protect AEC workers and voters. All temporary election workers will need to wear a face mask and be fully vaccinated. 

Interested?

Register your interest now. It only takes around 20 minutes.

Alternatively, you can email electionjobs@aec.gov.au with your details and the AEC will contact you and start the on-boarding process. 

Please feel free to forward this information to your family, friends, and networks.

Thank you.

Foreign ownership is killing Australia

by Alison Ryan

In World War II, UK, USA, and Soviet Russia, teamed up as the Axis powers against Germany. Soviet Russia was then under Stalin’s international Marxist–Leninist movement.
In the end, UK and USA were outwitted by Stalin, and condemned Eastern Europe to years of Soviet domination.

Likewise, almost solely respon­sible for China’s ascendant rise as a world power came from the impact of the Rockerfeller/ Tri­lat­er­al Commission policy of 1979. The West aided the technocratic development of Com­mu­nist China.
More: https://www.technocracy.news/trilateral-commission-converted-china-technocracy/

China has become a super power. And the globalist policies have come back to bite us in Australia.

It is the AUSTRALIAN politicians who have sold Australia out to overseas buyers with the help of corporations.

How can we as Australians complain about China when politicians have endorsed and mismanaged our economy? How can this be restored? Surely we can negotiate with diplomacy and good will towards our neighbours?

We need to have dedicated politicians loyal to Australia’s sovereignity in Parliament, and good economic advisers.

SOME FIGURES:

In October 2015, the Chinese-owned Landbridge Group won the bid for a lease of Port Darwin. The then COUNTRY LIBERAL – controlled Northern Territory Government under then Chief Minister Adam Giles granted the company a 99-year lease for A$506 million

China Investment Corp owns 14 per cent of the East Link Freeway in Melbourne and 20 per cent of the Port of Melbourne.

The Port of Newcastle was owned since 2014 by China. It has been privately owned since 2014 by The Infrastructure Fund and China Merchants Port Holdings Company (CMPorts).

WHICH COUNTRIES INVEST IN AUSTRALIA?

The United States and United Kingdom are the biggest investors in Australia, followed by Belgium, Japan and Hong Kong (SAR of China).

China is our ninth largest foreign investor, with 2.0 per cent of the total. However, the levels of Hong Kong (SAR of China) and Chinese investment in Australia have grown significantly over the past decade.

https://www.dfat.gov.au/trade/resources/investment-statistics/statistics-on-who-invests-in-australia

What Australian companies are owned by China?
Construction and materials

Atlas Arteria, roads and infrastructure.
Leighton Asia (ASX: CM), infrastructure contractor.
Lendlease (ASX: LLC), infrastructure.
Woods Bagot, architecture consulting.

Source: Australian companies in China – Wikipedia

IN THE DECADE TO 2020 – according to ATO Register of Foreign Ownership of agricultural Land. Foreign ownership of land in Australia shows 26.2% is in Tasmania, NT has 25.8%, WA has 17%, Qld has 11.8%, NSW has 5.1%, Vic has 5.6%, SA has 10.7%

Global investment powers Australian mining, manufacturing and finance. Some figures of
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI):

35.3% of FDI (worth A$360 billion) is invested in our mining industries.
12.9% of FDI (worth A$131 billion) in invested in Australian manufacturing.
11.1% of FDI (worth A$113 billion) is invested in financial services and insurance.

The European Union (EU) and North America have contributed almost half of all the FDI to arrive on Australian shores over the past decade.

The UK remains a major investor in Australia. Japan and the UK have jostled for second place over the past decade.

China is now Australia’s sixth largest direct investor .

FDI from other Asian economies in the decade to 2020 show:

investment from ASEAN countries (including Singapore) rose by 9% per year
investment from Hong Kong by rose by 10% per year
investment from Korea rose by 15% per year.

Source: https://www.austrade.gov.au/news/economic-analysis/who-invests-in-australia-analysing-2020-s-4-trillion-record-for-foreign-investment

FOREIGN HELD WATER ENTITLEMENTS
About 10.9 per cent of water entitlements on issue in Australia were owned by foreign persons (as defined in the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975) at 30 June
2020.
By country, the top three sources of investment at 30 June 2020 were:
• Canada, with 1.8 per cent of the total volume of Australian water entitlements
(16.2 per cent of the volume of foreign-held water entitlements)
• China, with 1.7 per cent of total entitlements (15.4 per cent by volume)
• USA, with 1.7 per cent of total entitlements (15.4 per cent by volume).

Source: Inquiry Report – Register of Foreign owned Water Entitlements

Canada is the foreign nation that holds the most overseas-owned Australian water, ahead of China, USA and the UK. Water is able to be owned because the water reforms over the past 30 years have supported the development of markets for water.16 Aug 2021

China owns 1.9 per cent of Australia’s water, which is the equivalent of one and a half Sydney Harbours worth (pictured on June 20).

Just over half of all water entitlements on the issue in Australia are located in the Murray-Darling Basin. Of this, 9.4%, or 1800GL, are foreign-owned.

Sources: http://www.nswfarmers.org.au/NSWFA/Posts/The_Farmer/Environment/Who_owns_Australias_land_and_water.aspx
michaelwest.com.au/war-for-water-why-the-foreign-investor-advantage-over-australian-farmers-in-water-deals/

Cairns freedom rally picture gallery from today

Nearly 1500 fed up Cairns residents turned up today for a rally along the Esplanade finishing in the CBD with election candidates speaking from a podium.

There are 11 candidates contesting the seat of Leichardt held by Liberal Warren Entsch, the architect of gay marriage laws.

Entsch naturally did not attend or did the Labor candidate Elida Faith. No doubt they could have held fears for their safety had they shown up.

The protest was well organised and there were no arrests for unruly behaviour. Police stopped traffic while protesters converged onto the mall area for short speeches from candidates.

All called for the demise of LNP, ALP and Greens describing them as traitors to the people for selling the country out and their police-state Covid responses.

Bob Katter said he would be investigating the prospects of prosecuting Queensland Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk for killing off small business and enforcing vaccine mandates.

Every candidate spoke extremely well and it should be comforting that Cairns residents have so many capable independents to choose from on the ballot paper.

It was indeed refreshing to hear from KAP, UAP, One Nation, Informed Medical Options Party, Australian Federation Party and Fusion Party.

Geena Court, One Nation

Silvia Mogorovich, Informed Medical Options Party

A lineup of arguably the best group of independents ever seen in Leichardt electorate. Bob Katter is re-contesting his adjoining seat of Kennedy

Rod Jensen, Katters Australian Party candidate

Petrodollar on the way out

The Editor (The Australian)

Reports indicate that the FIAT United States of America Dollar and Petrodollar are finished. Your woke journalists are failing to report on Ukraine in an unbiased way with very well qualified military experts saying Russia is well and truly grinding the Ukranians down. Ukraine has lost so many troops to superior air power, that middle aged conscripts are being thrown into battle and being slaughtered by the 10 to one Russian superiority in Artillery.

No army without air superiority can ever beat one that has it and the Russian SU 25 Frogfoot is an awesome Ground Support plane. Back Channel word is that air power has trashed the Bushmasters Morrison sent to Yelenski.(all but two survived)

The Russians are denying the Ukranians fuel for their tanks food and ammunition, and Ukranians are surrendering in their thousands as they run out of ammunition and food.

Why don’t you get an opinion from Jim Molan. The word on the News services you do not control is that the new Gold Backed USTN and Gold Backed Dollar was officially launched on the 1st May 2022 and it is only sophistry on the part of Morrison and Albanese that is having them pretend the Aussie Dollar will not have to follow. You ignored the huge protests in all the capital cities and the massive one in Canberra so your polling is almost certainly flawed.

The one Poll that matters is one week away. No matter who wins, if Gesara-Nesara is true it will be a Pyrrhic victory and very short lived, People are slowly identifying criminal elements in the Federal Court of Australia and the High Court  has not been a Federal Supreme Court since 1979.

But whatever happens we are in for a very exciting 2022. Covid19 is a scam and the governments are murdering swine for pushing the vaccines. The Australian people are slow to anger but when they do, look out.

Attempts to have the Federal Court of Australia do its job between elections as a receptacle of the judicial power of the Commonwealth were frustrated by Judicial Registrars after Miranda Devine exposed the cure of Covid19 that Professor Thomas Borody has found in Five Dock eighteen months ago and your Chris Kenny exposed it on Sky News.  We all know that the Jab is killing people, and more so than Covid19.

We will see what happens next Saturday but expect some surprises.

Yours sincerely

Peter Alexander Gargan

Melbourne

This letter was sent to The Australian

UN Agenda 30 agreed to by the LNP/ALP will depopulate the bush

Letter to the Editor

If you read agenda 2030 you will see they intend to concentrate us in boxes in their “smart cities” with their Universal Wage. This is why there is a war on the bush – floods – fire – legislation conspiring to push people off the land. Eventually we won’t be allowed access to the bush. It’s all been planned for a long time..

Reference this US environmental mapping with the map of Cape York Peninsula we published recently and the similarity is striking.

from pcwp

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