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The killers of the ALP/LNP duopoly strike again covered up by arch-criminal Mark Zuckerberg
from New Zealand Daily Telegraph
A seven year old boy has died in Australia from a massive heart attack hours after receiving the COVID jab.
In a concerted effort to silence the grieving father’s voice, Facebook have deleted his posts on at least four occasions. The boy’s mother is currently in hospital suffering from shock.
A screenshot of the father’s (Steve Leary), post has been circulated on social media, before it was permanently removed.
The roll-out of the experimental mRNA injection for children in Australia began this month. Daily Telegraph New Zealand is aware of other Australian children who have died from the medication or suffered severe adverse reactions, and we will be bringing you their stories in due course.
Facebook post of Steve Leary:
Hi everyone, I’m not sure how long my post will last as I’ve had it removed 4 times already, the disgusting inhumane fb fact checkers and our corrupt government will not allow my comment to stay up.
Everyone, I lost my son Lachlan last Wednesday to the vaccine. He was 7 years old. He had been unwell on Wednesday night with a fever and we monitored him closely, 6am the next morning he started having breathing difficulties so we took him to westmead hospital. They tried to stop us going in with him but it did not work as I threatened to contact Rebel news and have a reporter there within minutes and they backed off, we were allowed in. 4 hours passed after many tests. He was sent home 5 hours later. Friday morning at 4am we heard him yell out, he was on his bedroom floor, he was not breathing, my wife and I began CPR, I called the ambo on loud speaker. Ambo arrived within 7 mins, my son passed away in the ambulance. He had a massive heart attack.
My wife is now hospitalised in westmead hospital heavily sedated. I am trying to hold everything together for our 2 year old daughter Sammy. The government has ruined my family, they have taken away our only son, we put our trust in the government to keep us safe and they killed my boy!!!
I have been banned from Twitter, posts deleted on my fb page and warnings issued on community standards. So the death of my beautiful boy is being censored!!! I have taken the time this afternoon to email PM and have demanded an immediate explanation!! My message to parents now is do not allow these people to touch your kids!! I have been abused for allowing my son to be vaccinated but as parents we thought we were keeping him safe. We have to live with this for the rest of our lives. Please please don’t let your babies be subjected to this. I can’t bring my boy back and my family is now broken while our PM lives the high life of luxury probably.
Editor: We have received unconfirmed reports of another six young kids dying soon after the jab
Today’s event held in the park on the northern edge of town was a great effort by organisers and supporters, many of whom are nurses and teachers who have been sacked by the Brisbane Labor/Liberal tyrants for refusing a deadly jab.
More than 600 mums, dads and kids took to the main street of Atherton with appropriate song and strength attracting audible support of hundreds of passing motorists and shopkeepers.
Thousands of pamphlets questioning the ongoing inoculation of five year olds with a gene-altering mRNA therapy, which has terrified parents who have bothered to do even basic investigations of cause and effect, will be distributed throughout the north over the coming weeks.
It was strongly pointed out at the park gathering that young children are not adversely affected by what is now confirmed to be Influenza A and B, aka Omicron. It has the same effects as influenza and requires the same treatment with Liposomal Vitamin C , Vit D and zinc.
Influenza has disappeared from medical data once freely available. The government-bribed commercial television networks, including the ABC will not report on rallies or any adverse opinion of the Covid scam.
To any tourists coming to Australia – go to Mexico instead, there the drug cartels have all the guns and no treacherous governments
Caution coarse comments.
Professor Zimmerman slams the federal government and states’ Covid regime, resigns from Liberal Party
Victoria Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton has been given some terribly wrong advice about politicians and the public service being exempt from the Covid jab mandates. There is no provision in the Commonwealth Constitution expressly exempting a politician from anything. There is Sect 51, (xxiiiA) that prevents compulsory vaccination of all citizens but there are no exclusions for politicians.
Professor Augusto Zimmerman likens the Covid performance of all governments to that of “totalitarian North Korea and Cuba.”
Constitutional authority Professor Augusto Zimmerman resigned from the Liberal Party on January 5 over the coronavirus regimes adopted by the federal government. Here is his letter of resignation:
The following is my letter of resignation from the Liberal Party. It has just been presented to the Membership Coordinator of the Liberal Party of Western Australia.
I cannot in good conscience remain a member of this political party. The reasons are provided in the letter below.
From: Dr Augusto Zimmermann LLB, LLM, PhD
To: Ms Emily Foster, Membership Coordinator, Liberal Party of Western Australia
Dear Ms Foster,
I am writing this letter in order to make an important communication.
Please allow me first to explain who I am and what I have done for your party over the last few years.
I am a professor of constitutional law who was appointed a Law Reform Commissioner in Western Australia by the then State Attorney General, Christian Porter.
I have served a number of positions in the Liberty Party of Western Australia, notably the following:
- Senior Vice President, Liberal Party of Western Australia, Fremantle Division (2013 to 2017)
- Senior Vice President, Liberal Party of Western Australia, Jandakot Branch (2014 to 2017)
- Delegate, Legislative Assembly Selection Committee, Liberal Party of Western Australia, Jandakot Branch (2015 to 2017)
- Delegate, Legislative Council Selection Committee, Liberal Party of Western Australia, Jandakot Branch (2015 to 2017)
- Delegate, House of Representatives Selection Committee, Liberal Party of Western Australia, Jandakot Branch (2015 to 2017)
When I first joined your party I assumed it had a proper respect for the rule of law and individual rights.
However, measures adopted by Liberal governments, both federal and state, are arbitrary and unconstitutional. They have caused far too many of my fellow citizens to endure traumatic situations, including home confinement, job losses, financial ruin, drug and alcohol problems, family breakdown, and a host of mental and physical illnesses.
I would expect the federal leader of your party to be more concerned about the preservation of fundamental rights, not suppressing them. However, his pompously self-entitled National Cabinet has affected much of the social and economic life of this nation by enforcing prohibitions matched only by some of the world’s worst totalitarian regimes, notably North Korea and Cuba.
The Prime Minister is also supporting the authoritarian behaviour of the State Premiers. In the case of Victoria, for example, he has encouraged its notorious Premier “to ensure that there are appropriate penalties for those who do break public health notices”.
Unfortunately, the State Liberal governments in New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania are not much better. These Premiers are far too willing to rule by decree and impose draconian restrictions on our people’s homes, places of worship, and public gatherings.
Published by the IPA, the Legal Rights Audit 2019 reveals that the federal Liberal government has been responsible for a considerable increase in the violation of fundamental legal rights.
According to the IPA’s fellow researcher Morgan Begg, “The Coalition [i.e.; Liberal] government is trashing fundamental legal rights of all Australians, creating unprecedented challenge to individual freedom and human dignity’.
I have a name and a reputation to preserve. I cannot in good conscience remain associated with a party that has so miserably betrayed its own founder and my fellow Australian citizens.
I am sure that Sir Robert Menzies would understand. Like myself, he deeply valued freedom and would be appalled to see what has become of the party he had created.
Menzies strongly believed that the progress of our nation depends not on the security provided by government, but on the protection afforded to personal freedom.
I hereby offer my letter of resignation from the Liberal Party of Australia.
Dr Augusto Zimmermann LLB, LLM, PhD
Dr Augusto Zimmermann is Professor and Head of Law at Sheridan College, Perth/WA. He is also adjunct law professor at The University of Notre Dame Australia (Sydney campus) and President of the Western Australian Legal Theory Association (WALTA). – from the Spectator
Australia’s fuel price rip-off due to LNP/ALP/Green triumvirate forced closure of our refineries and allowing our crude oil to be exported
by Jane Denton For Thisismoney
The eye-watering cost of filling up a vehicle with fuel in Britain has been revealed by new data showing how much motorists pay to fill up their tanks all over the world.
Motorists in Russia pay around 94p a litre less for their petrol than drivers in Britain, according to figures from FairFuelUK.
Howard Cox, founder of FairFuelUK, said: ‘Boris and Rishi’s head in the sand economic management of the fuel supply chain’s unchecked opportunistic profiteering [is] beggars belief
As of 20 December, motorists in Turkey and the US were paying around 79p and 72p less respectively for petrol than Britons.
According to FairFuelUK, on 24 December, average petrol prices at the pumps for motorists in Britain were 145p, while the wholesale price was 120p, generating a gross profit of 25p a litre.
On Christmas Eve, diesel prices stood at 149p a litre, while the wholesale cost was 119p a litre, generating a gross profit per litre of 30p, FairFuelUK said.
As of 20 December, the cost of petrol in Australia, China and India was 59p, 55p and 43p a litre cheaper than in Britain.
In France, Germany and Spain, petrol prices were around 9p, 14p and 21p a litre cheaper than in Britain, according to the data.
Denmark, Greece, Italy, Holland and Norway were the only places where petrol prices were dearer than in Britain, the findings suggest.
The global markets in FairFuelUK’s findings averaged 25p a litre cheaper than the UK for petrol, and 35p per litre cheaper for diesel.
FairFuelUK said: ‘Why are these markets passing on wholesale petrol and diesel price falls to drivers, but the UK continues to ignore months of wholesale falls?
‘An average family car here in Britain is paying up to £16 more than the average in these developed markets.’
Mr Cox of FairFuelUK, added: ‘The huge amount of VAT being generated by the eye watering pump prices, is great for the Treasury, but, these greedy rip off prices are crippling low income families, small business and are accelerating the rise in inflation.
‘It is in the Prime Minister and Chancellor’s hands to order a CMA enquiry, introduce PumpWatch, stimulate consumer spending and help disillusioned voters.
‘Why are they ignoring this popular fiscal cry from the majority of the public and businesses? Boris, please get rid of your biased ill-informed green metropolitan advisers and restore confidence in this Tory administration by listening to UK’s 37million drivers.’
FairFuelUK think UK pump prices should be at least 10p a litre cheaper than they currently are.
It said: ‘If prices at the pumps were honest and transparently and open to scrutiny, inflation could fall by as much as 1 per cent.
‘No matter what happens the Fuel Duty Tax take will remain at 57.95p per litre, so, the Government will not lose out on fuel tax revenue. Drivers and consumers would spend more too, so VAT and corporation tax would increase as a consequence.
‘FairFuelUK repeats it call for the Competition and Markets Authority to investigate the continuing unchecked profiteering in the fuel supply chain.
‘In the New Year FairFuelUK is to start up a petition calling on the Government to introduce PumpWatch.
‘FairFuelUK proposes, UK Fuel forecourts should publicly display a PumpWatch mark that shows they adjust pump filling up costs fairly, transparently, and timely to reflect global oil price changes and dollar to sterling exchange rates accurately and honestly. To qualify for a PumpWatch Kite Mark would be based on regular scrutiny and spot checks.’
According to Confused.com, on 23 December, the highest petrol price in Britain was 198.9p a litre, while the most expensive forecourt for diesel was charging 199.5p a litre.
A barrel of brent crude oil is now around $79. Abhishek Chauhan, head of commodities at Swastika Investmart, said: ‘Worries regarding Omicron are easing across the globe, resulting in some optimism over demand. Prices are expected to trade with positive bias.’
There is often a lag between shifts in the oil price and prices paid at the pumps. But, high retail prices can eventually drop if oil stays depressed for an extended period.
Are you wanting to stay #openforeveryone BUT are:
– Scared about getting a fine?
– Scared about a visit from the police?
– Scared about getting arrested?
– Scared about a visit from the health dept?
Diesel additive AdBlue production to be ramped up trying to keep national transport fleet on the road
Member for Kennedy, Bob Katter, says the news that Incitec Pivot will ramp up production of Australia’s supply of AdBlue (diesel additive for trucks) is music to his ears but urged the Federal Government to back the Sovereign Fuel Security Bill to ensure all fuel supplies are secure in Australia. Mr Katter said that he had spoken to Chief Executive Officer, Jeanne Johns, today, who confirmed they would be able to meet Australia’s AdBlue requirements for at least the next 12 months. “She confirmed to me that the Government had supplied an amount of money to be able to expand production and expand to meet Australia’s current requirements.
“Nothing was happening, no one had contacted her until we got onto the Prime Minister. “It just shows you what ordinary people can do. Clynton Hawks, our Candidate for Herbert, raised the red flag months ago and the Government sat on it. “But we wouldn’t have had to comment at all if the Government would have acted. Assurances that the Minister was setting up a taskforce I found to be anything but reassuring. “The problem was obvious, and we brought the solutions. We demanded government action and laid down the pathway. Full credit for this win must go to Clynton.”
Mr Katter warned that this demonstrated how vulnerable Australia was to foreign influence on our fuel supplies and it was essential both sides of Government got behind the Sovereign Fuel Security Bill. “If there was ever a flashing warning light, this is it. China successfully cut off an essential fuel. “Our crossbench legislation on sovereign fuel security will deliver up to 90 per cent of Australia’s fuel requirements. It will deliver security of supply of diesel, petrol, and aviation fuel to the Australian public.
“It provides a pathway for ensuring that the refining and manufacture of fuel is to be owned by Australians – not like the port of Darwin or the Port of Newcastle, half of the electricity industry and a monopoly of solar panels – all Chinese owned. “This legislation provides a pathway for turning our metropolitan waste – tyres, plastics, and other waste – into fuels like diesel and it fosters Australia’s automotive manufacturing sector by ensuring all government contract electric vehicles, and their component parts, are built in Australian owned factories by Australians.
“So, whether this event with AdBlue is a world shortage of Urea or just another hit upon Australia by a threatening middle kingdom (China), it is a glaring neon light and proves Australia’s needs fuel sovereignty and fuel security.”
Clynton Hawks – KAP Candidate for Herbert who is a trucking operator, said he welcomed the news but agreed that the Federal Government’s measures didn’t go far enough. “The announcement is a step in the right direction, but it doesn’t go far enough in the here and now,” he said.
“We’re still going to have a shortage because of how long it’s going to take for them to ramp up production.“I applaud the Government for finally waking up to the severity of the issue, but it’s just the tip of the iceberg. The Federal Government needs to see this as a wake-up call because I’ve never in my lifetime seen trucks being parked up and AdBlue bowsers shut off. “The AdBlue crisis is Australia’s canary in the coal mine moment.“Incite Pivot do 10 per cent of Australia’s AdBlue, but we’ve got 90 to go. The question everyone wants to know is how we get to that 100 per cent.
“We shouldn’t need a crisis for the Australian Government to act on fuel security. “The fuel sovereign fuel security bill puts the pieces in place for Australia to become 100 per cent self-sufficient in meeting our country’s fuel needs,” he said.
Imported supply of diesel additive to make modern truck and tractor engines operate has run out
By Henry Jom
December 12, 2021
Federal Trade Minister Dan Tehan is confident Australia’s urea supply will be unaffected as the federal government seeks to secure the crucial diesel fuel emissions ingredient from other countries.
Tehan has also urged businesses not to hoard AdBlue—a brand of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) containing urea used in modern trucks and diesel vehicles—in order to prevent disruptions to the nation’s freight and logistics sector.
“There are obviously issues around containers, shipping disruptions which we’re also working through,” Tehan told ABC Radio.
“But from everything that we’re seeing, there is a clear supply which we can bring to Australia and given we have seven weeks already in stock, we are very confident we will be able to get the urea that we need into the country.”
Last month, the federal government imported 27,000 litres of urea from South Korea used to make AdBlue.
Australia is also speaking with Indonesia and will approach Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Japan, to secure further urea supplies.
“I’ve spoken to my Indonesian counterpart and there is some supply in Indonesia that we should be able to access in the coming weeks,” Tehan told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
This follows the banning of urea exports from China as it prioritises domestic supply.
Analysts estimate about three-quarters of urea produced in China is made with coal, while the rest uses natural gas, reported.
While Australia has previously imported 80 percent of its urea from China, countries like Indonesia and South Korea appear to be good alternatives for Australia, David Leaney, an International Supply Chain Management lecturer at Australian National University said.
“We’ve got good trade relationships with South Korea as well.”
Leaney added that the geographical closeness of Indonesia is more appealing for Australia as urea is a cheap commodity for its volume.
“What you don’t want is transporting cheap stuff using expensive transport a long way because then transport becomes a too higher percentage of the total price you’re paying,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) said the shortage was a “wake-up call” for an over-reliance on concentrated international supply chains.
“We need to increase our domestic manufacturing capacity to increase Australia’s resilience to international supply chain shocks,” VFF infrastructure and transport committee chair Ryan Milgate said in a media release.
Milgate added that the agricultural supply was already under strain with truck driver shortages and global supply chain disruptions.
“As farmers produce essential perishable goods, the supply of critical inputs like AdBlue is essential to maintaining our food security.
“It’s critical the AdBlue supply chain including manufacturers, the fertiliser industry, transport operators and government work together to address the shortages,” Milgate said.
National Road Transport Association’s chief executive Warren Clark previously called on the federal government to form a task force of industry groups to look at options to mitigate the situation in the immediate term.
“If we learned one thing from COVID-19 it’s that a lack of coordination only compounds problems,” Warren said.
“Our industry isn’t the only one that will be affected, but we will be hit first and hardest.”
From a reader:
https://www.bakeryoung.com.au/a-boost-for-agriculture-from-sa/ Leigh Creek Energy is developing its flagship Leigh Creek Urea Project (LCUP), located 550km north of Adelaide in South Australia.
The $2.6 billion LCUP will be the lowest-cost sovereign producer of urea, producing nitrogen-based fertiliser for local and export agriculture markets. It will provide additional security for a critical product for the Australian agricultural sector and avoid supply-side risks associated with international transport, exchange rates, commodity prices, and import logistics that Australian farmers contend with.
From Hansard October 27, 2021
Mr KATTER (Traeger—KAP) (4.54 pm): I rise to speak on behalf of the KAP against the government’s motion. The KAP has been quite clear on our position. We respect the job that any government is trying to do in rolling these vaccinations out.
From the start our message has been that we recommend that people consult their doctor or talk to their medical adviser and get advice from them and make their choice, and when they make that choice we respect that. We are a party that founded itself on personal freedoms and choices, so we are trying to be true to the principles that people voted for us on in that respect.
The government is faced with an extraordinary situation—we accept that—but there are some interesting points to reflect on in the context of this debate. I am told that childhood vaccinations are around 95 per cent, so no-one is holding a gun to their heads. When people trust the science and trust what people are telling them, they can make logical choices.
What we are consistently hearing is, ‘The more I’m being told by government I’m forced to do this, the more I don’t want to get it. I’ve got nothing against vaccinations.’ There is the question of trust here, because those of us in North Queensland have been fed garbage about tree-clearing science and we have been fed garbage about the reef science. Peter Ridd pulled out and was sacked for it, and no-one has proved him wrong.
No-one is game to even try to prove him wrong; they just got rid of him out of the job. This is all flawing the trust in government and the science. It underscores the fact that under normal conditions people reasonably would say, ‘Yeah, I’ll get the vaccination. I’ve got no problem.’ However, when the government starts forcing and saying, ‘This is what’s got to be done,’ that is when it is encountering problems.
The other issue I want to raise is that, on reflection for me, we are having trouble keeping hospitals open in the electorate. Julia Creek was downgraded and I am told that it still will not go back to a 24-hour service. We cannot get nurses into hospitals in some areas. Some extra staffing does come, but if not they are still told to rollout this massive health program. Someone said that it was only 20 per cent in Doomadgee. I rang up Doomadgee asking if there was a sentiment against it. I was told, ‘No, there’s not really a sentiment against it.’
Therefore, I made the assumption that they had not had proper exposure to getting either education or having the vaccine there available to them. Another family pulled me up in town the other week to say that their kids were given one day to go into Richmond to get it. They were told, ‘You’ve got to go on this day to get it.’ They said, ‘We’re mustering cattle. We’re busy. We can’t get in that day.’ Tough luck!
Then there is the question of health services. If we cannot even perform the primary health functions in regional and rural areas, how can we be expected to roll this out on top? Before the government starts mandating and enforcing this, it has to lift its game on the other things it can be doing. There is a lot more that can be done before forcing this down people’s throats.