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Will you keep paying tax to an unlawful foreign corporation?
Letter to the Editor
Australians are too busy, read distracted, with how the house collapsed; “Why did it fall”? “Who did what”?…..All while Australia is a ship that is sinking fast under its own weight of :DEBT: and Excess printing of Funny Money to “fund” all manner of schemes that NEVER come to fruition; Just have a peek at how much “money” has exchanged hands for Submarines that we will NEVER own and actually have yet to reach the drawing board; Or how about the amount of “money” and ADF assets that have been sent to Ukraine in “foreign aid” while there are tens of thousands (if not more) of Australians who can not afford to keep food on the table, let alone a roof over their heads;
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT, All STATES and TERRITORIES and all the Bureaucracies within them, are listed within US.inc as Corporate entities, REGIS-STERED with USSEC and are TRADED on the STOCK-EXCHANGE; American (Jew) Financial market says boo, Australia runs and hides hoping THEIR DEBT won’t get called in; AUSTRALIA is also listed on the US Securities and Exchange Commission as a ‘Political Subdivision’ of the USA.
Who owns this :DEBT:?
Not only is the Reserve Bank Australia a PRIVATELY owned Rothschild subsidiary of the Bank International Settlements, but the ATO is also a PRIVATE CORPORATION owned by a majority shareholder, BLACKROCK
( https://www.blackrock.com/au/individual/about-us/about-blackrock );
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT owns this DEBT, not you, The People Of Australia; Do you have a CON-TRACT with the Corporation AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT that allowed you a vote at the Board Meeting to decide if the Company should borrow (print) more “money” when it is already over 3 Trillion Phoney-Dollars in the Red?
Are you prepared to keep paying TAX for a DEBT that it is not yours to a Company, ATO, that is NOT Australian owned?; Are you a Shareholder in the Company ATO that is supposed to use your TAX to build and maintain Australian Owned assets?; Are you happy to see your TAX sent to a Foreign Corporation so It can decide the dividends to be shared, if any?;
Australians NEED to start looking in their own backyard instead of looking over the fence to spy on the neighbours.
Former AMA head Dr Kerryn Phelps lifts veil of silence over Covid vaxx adverse reactions and threats from regulators
by Frank Chung, senior reporter News.com.au
In an explosive submission to Parliament’s Long Covid inquiry, the former Australian Medical Association (AMA) president and politician Dr Kerryn Phelps has broken her silence about the “devastating” experience — emerging as the most prominent public health figure in the country to speak up about the taboo subject.
She suggested the true rate of adverse events is far higher than acknowledged due to under-reporting and “threats” from medical regulators.
“This is an issue that I have witnessed first-hand with my wife who suffered a severe neurological reaction to her first Pfizer vaccine within minutes, including burning face and gums, paraesethesiae, and numb hands and feet, while under observation by myself, another doctor and a registered nurse at the time of immunisation,” the 65-year-old said.
“I continue to observe the devastating effects a year-and-a-half later with the addition of fatigue and additional neurological symptoms including nerve pains, altered sense of smell, visual disturbance and musculoskeletal inflammation. The diagnosis and causation has been confirmed by several specialists who have told me that they have seen ‘a lot’ of patients in a similar situation.”
Dr Phelps married former primary school teacher Jackie Stricker-Phelps in 1998.
“Jackie asked me to include her story to raise awareness for others,” she said.
“We did a lot of homework before having the vaccine, particularly about choice of vaccine at the time. In asking about adverse side effects, we were told that ‘the worst thing that could happen would be anaphylaxis’ and that severe reactions such as myocarditis and pericarditis were ‘rare’.”
Dr Phelps revealed she was also diagnosed with a vaccine injury from her second dose of Pfizer in July 2021, “with the diagnosis and causation confirmed by specialist colleagues”.
“I have had CT pulmonary angiogram, ECG, blood tests, cardiac echogram, transthoracic cardiac stress echo, Holter monitor, blood pressure monitoring and autonomic testing,” she said.
“In my case the injury resulted in dysautonomia with intermittent fevers and cardiovascular implications including breathlessness, inappropriate sinus tachycardia and blood pressure fluctuations.”
Dr Phelps said both reactions were reported to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) “but never followed up”.
She revealed she had spoken with other doctors “who have themselves experienced a serious and persistent adverse event” but that “vaccine injury is a subject that few in the medical profession have wanted to talk about”.
“Regulators of the medical profession have censored public discussion about adverse events following immunisation, with threats to doctors not to make any public statements about anything that ‘might undermine the government’s vaccine rollout’ or risk suspension or loss of their registration,” she said.
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), which oversees Australia’s 800,000 registered practitioners and 193,800 students, last year warned that anyone who sought to “undermine” the national Covid vaccine rollout could face deregistration or even prosecution.
AHPRA’s position statement said that “any promotion of anti-vaccination statements or health advice which contradicts the best available scientific evidence or seeks to actively undermine the national immunisation campaign (including via social media) is not supported by National Boards and may be in breach of the codes of conduct and subject to investigation and possible regulatory action”.
Earlier this year, Australian musician Tyson ‘tyDi’ Illingworth said he had been told privately by doctors that they feared being deregistered if they linked his neurological injury to the Moderna vaccine.
Dr Phelps said she had heard stories of vaccine injury from “patients and other members of the community”.
“They have had to search for answers, find GPs and specialists who are interested and able to help them, spend large amounts of money on medical investigations, isolate from friends and family, reduce work hours, lose work if they are required to attend in person and avoid social and cultural events,” she said.
“Within this group of vaccine injured individuals, there is a diminishing cohort of people who have symptoms following immunisation, many of which are similar to Long Covid (such as fatigue and brain fog), but who have not had a Covid infection. These people would be an important subset or control group for studies looking into the pathophysiology, causes of and treatments for Long Covid. It is possible that there is at least some shared pathophysiology between vaccine injury and Long Covid, possibly due to the effects of spike protein.”
She added that “in trying to convince people in positions of influence to pay attention to the risks of Long Covid and reinfection for people with vaccine injury, I have personally been met with obstruction and resistance to openly discuss this issue”.
“There has been a delay in recognition of vaccine injury, partly because of under-reporting, concerns about vaccine hesitancy in the context of managing a global pandemic, and needing to find the balance between risks and benefits on a population level,” she said.
“Reactions were said to be ‘rare’ without data to confirm how common or otherwise these reactions were. In general practice I was seeing cases, which meant other GPs and specialists were seeing cases too. Without diagnostic tests, we have to rely largely on clinical history.”
In July this year, the independent OzSAGE group of which Dr Phelps is a member issued a position statement calling for better systems and management of Covid vaccine adverse events and “recognition of the impact of vaccine injury”.
Dr Phelps, who was heavily involved in crafting the statement, wrote in her submission that the OzSAGE document “outlines the scope but not the scale of the problem because we do not know the scale of the problem”.
“This is partly because of under-reporting and under-recognition,” she said.
According to the TGA’s most recent safety update, there have been a total of 137,141 adverse event reports from nearly 64.4 million doses — a rate of 0.2 per cent.
There have been 819 reports “assessed as likely to be myocarditis” from 49.8 million doses of Pfizer and Moderna. Fourteen deaths have officially been linked to vaccination — 13 after AstraZeneca and one after Pfizer.
Cairns News: This data from the TGA is at odds with VAERS data from the US where there have been many thousands of reported deaths.
From the VAERS website: “From December 14, 2020, through December 7, 2022, VAERS (US) received 17,868 preliminary reports of death (0.0027%) among people who received a COVID-19 vaccine.”
The long term adverse affects are now beginning to emerge in Australia as emergency wards fill with those who have been injured by the mRNA vaxx. Many of these hospital admissions for vaccine damage are unreported or reported as Covid infections.
Parental online survey of child vaxx recipients is anecdotal and unfit for detailed, clinical analysis
Parents yet to vaccinate their children against COVID-19 are being urged not to wait amid a rise in cases among school students as new data shows side effects to the vaccine are overwhelmingly mild, and occur at lower rates than were predicted in clinical trials.
Children aged five to 15 are reporting fewer common side effects – which include a sore arm, fatigue, headaches and muscle pain – after their mRNA COVID vaccinations than those reported in clinical trials, data from national vaccine safety surveillance system AusVaxSafety shows.
An analysis of 392,268 survey responses from parents of children vaccinated between July 2021 and May 2022 showed roughly a quarter of five- to 11-year-olds reported at least one side effect within three days of their Pfizer vaccines (25 per cent following their first dose, and 28 per cent following their second).
Among 12- to 15-year-olds who received Pfizer, one in three reported at least one side effect by following their first dose (32 per cent), and half reported side effects after their second (49 per cent). One in three children in that age group who had the Moderna vaccine reported side effects after their first dose (34 per cent), and two in three following their second (64 per cent).
The survey responses were provided by parents via SMS or email.
A sore or itchy arm, redness and swelling at the injection site, fatigue, headaches and joint or muscle pain were the most common side effects among both age groups and usually faded away within a day, the researchers from the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS) reported.
Associate Professor Nick Wood, associate director of clinical services and vaccine safety at the NCIRS and lead author of the analysis, said the rate of side effects was “probably a third lower” than were observed during clinical trials.
“When you’re in a clinical trial, you’re more closely scrutinised … [but] this data shows how it is experienced in the real world,” Wood said.
Just 0.3 per cent of five- to 15-year-olds sought medical help for their side effects, and only 7 per cent reported that their routine activities were affected.
Side effects were slightly higher in children with chronic medical conditions, which might reflect closer observation by their parents. The researchers suggested the rate of side effects could be even lower, with parents more likely to complete the survey if they noticed side effects.
Wood said the reactions experienced by children were similar to those of adults, but incidences were fewer. For example, 53 per cent of adult Pfizer recipients reported an adverse event after dose two, and 21 per cent missed routine activities such as work or study.
About 2.2 million children aged five to 15 (53 per cent) have received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine and 1.9 million (40 per cent) have received their second. Wood said he hoped parents yet to vaccinate their children would use the survey data to inform their decision.
“Forewarned is forearmed … [so] here is data to support their decision making about the vaccine,” Wood said.
Professor Robert Booy, an infectious diseases paediatrician at the University of Sydney, said the results confirmed what was being seen abroad: that younger children were experiencing fewer side effects from the vaccines.
There were no reported cases of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart) or pericarditis (swelling of the tissue surrounding the heart) in the survey data, although the Therapeutic Goods Administration has received four reports of likely myocarditis and six of likely pericarditis in children aged five to 11 and about 700 likely myocarditis and 1050 likely pericarditis cases among the 12 to 17 age group, mostly in boys.
No child or adolescent has died from a COVID-19 vaccine in Australia, a statement that cannot be supported by this survey which flies in the face of contradictory VAERS medical data in the United States. The long-term effects of the experimental mRNA inoculation is totally unknown. The inventor of mRNA technology Dr Robert Malone has warned against its use. Cairns News
“The concern we had with older children and teenagers was myocarditis, but the reports are reassuring that this is considerably rare,” Booy said. Cairns News received anecdotal reports from the Atherton Tablelands last year that three separate adolescents two living on the same road and another nearby were all diagnosed with myocarditis (and remain permanently disabled) within weeks of getting a second vaxx.
The survey findings, which have not been peer-reviewed, were published on Thursday on medRxiv.
With the start of the school term, coronavirus infections have increased in children and teenagers, data from NSW Health’s latest surveillance report shows.
There were more than 4100 cases in children aged five to nine, up from 2600 the previous week, and more than 8500 cases in those aged 10 to 19, up from 5200.
The report also included data showing about 3 per cent of people infected with COVID-19 in January have now been reinfected.
According to NSW Health’s records, of the 639,000 cases reported in January, more than 10,000 had been reinfected within 90 days of their first positive test, 16,000 had been reinfected by the 120-day mark and 20,000 people (or 3.2 per cent) registered a positive COVID-19 test for a second time within 150 days of their first.
Cairns News: It should be noted that any diagnosed infection in this survey was performed by a PCR test, a notoriously inaccurate method described by its inventor Dr Kary Mullis as being “unfit for purpose” as a diagnostic tool for viral infections such as Covid 19.
Australia planned Cyprus-style “Bail-In” of banks in 2013-14 Budget
by Kev Moore
Unsurprisingly, the evidence was fairly well buried. Naturally, the government does not want you to know what they are doing.
Just like the Canadian government did in March, and just as Europe, the USA and the UK have now done, the Australian government too is now beginning to make good on its 2010 G20 commitment to implement the Goldman Sachs-chaired, internationalist Financial Stability Board’s new regime for bailing out the banks using depositors’ money.
On page 134 of the Australian Government Budget 2013-14 Portfolio Budget Statements, under the section for the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, we find the first of APRA’s main strategic objectives for 2013-14. It can be effectively summarised as “business as usual”.
Their second strategic objective for 2013-14, is to:
“Consolidate the prudential framework by enhancing prudential standards where appropriate, in line with the global reform initiatives endorsed by the G20 and overseen by the Financial Stability Board; [see image at top of this post]
Those “global reform initiatives endorsed by the G20” include the FSB plan to “bail-in” insolvent banks:
FSB: ‘Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes for Financial Institutions’,
In the waffle that follows, we find further that:
APRA will focus on implementing the new global bank liquidity framework in Australia…
Page 134, Portfolio Budget Statements, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Government Budget 2013-14.
This is likely referring in particular to the Basel III International Framework For Liquidity Risk Measurement, Standards, and Monitoring.
When published in combination with the previously mentioned strategic objective to “consolidate the prudential framework… in line with the global reform initiatives endorsed by the G20 and overseen by the Financial Stability Board”, the implication is crystal clear.
“Global bank liquidity framework” is really just technocrat-ese for “global bankster plan to prop up insolvent banks using other people’s money, and so instantly impoverish everyone who still has any savings left”
For further proof that what this all means is the Australian government planning to steal your money to “bail-in” so-called “systemically-important financial institutions” (SIFI’s) — under the orders of an un-elected international body (of bankers and bureaucrats) you’ve never heard of; a body funded by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), and chaired consecutively by Goldman Sachs alumni — then please study the detailed primary source evidence in this blog’s original breaking story published on April 1st –
G20 Governments All Agreed to Cyprus-Style Theft Of Bank Deposits … In 2010
That’s something else to thank our recently-deposed PM Julia Gillard for doing, without our knowledge or permission.
https://barnabyisright.com/2013/07/10/australia-plans-cyprus-style-bail-in-of-banks-in-2013-14-budget/ (No longer on the internet)
APRA deliberately inflated housing bubble in Australia to increase profit for banks
by Alison Ryan
The Reserve Bank’s dramatic interest rate decision this week appears to ignore the economic reality facing many households. In announcing a steep 0.5 per cent rise in the official cash rate, the RBA Governor Philip Lowe made the following claims: “Inflation is expected to increase further, but then decline back towards the 2-3 per cent range next year. … The Australian economy is resilient… Household and business balance sheets are generally in good shape… One source of uncertainty about the economic outlook is how household spending evolves, given the increasing pressure on Australian households’ budgets from higher inflation. The household saving rate also remains higher than it was before the pandemic and many households have built up large financial buffers.” (Emphasis added.)
(To see how much this statement is worth, consider that in his November and December 2021 statements on monetary policy, Lowe had given a strong indication that interest rates wouldn’t rise until after 2023; based on that, many Australians borrowed money and have now been smashed by two rises that have taken the cash rate from 0.10 per cent to 0.85 per cent.)
The RBA is one of the institutions, along with successive governments and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), which deliberately inflated a housing bubble in Australia from the year 2000 onwards. To boost the profits of the banks, and to cover up the effects of shrinking manufacturing and rural industries, they encouraged the banks to focus their lending on housing at the expense of all else—especially housing affordability.
One of the measures of housing affordability is so-called mortgage stress, which is a measure the RBA has long ignored. It’s hanging its decision on the claim that many households have built up large financial buffers, but Digital Finance Analytics’ Martin North reports from his comprehensive survey of more than 50,000 households—the biggest survey in Australia—that more than 43 per cent of households, 1.5 million households in total, were mortgage stressed before the recent rate rises. As North explained to Channel Nine’s 8 June Today program, these households were already foregoing expenses such as dental, children’s clothes, etc., to prioritise paying their mortgages. “If interest rates go up another one per cent, that’s a 15 per cent increase in the monthly repayment on the mortgage, so we’re going to see more people really struggling”, he warned.
We’ve seen this disconnect between financial reality and the delusions of financial authorities before—at the time of the 2008 global financial crisis in the United States. US authorities denied the danger of the financial derivatives banks had written on their mortgages; consequently, their decision to let Lehman Brothers collapse set off a chain reaction in its derivatives contracts that blew up the financial world.
In the 2008 GFC, the trigger was the rise in mortgage defaults that started in 2007. In Australia in 2007, a secret APRA report predicted a spike in mortgage defaults to 7 per cent of mortgages, which would trigger an Australian banking crisis and recession; only the massive bank bailouts and housing subsidies of 2008 averted that scenario.
Fourteen years later, the bubble is bigger, households have much more debt, inflation is rampant, and, globally, insiders like JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon are warning that an economic “hurricane is right out there, down the road, coming our way”. If the RBA has miscalculated, it may decide in a few months to reverse interest rates, but it may be too late—it may already have triggered an unstoppable chain reaction to a crash of Australia’s debt-laden financial system. The RBA’s latest data shows Australian banks have almost $44 trillion in exposure to financial derivatives— the greatest danger to Australia’s banks and their customers.