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Dr Simone Gold says do not rush headlong into experimental vaccines. They might kill you.
By: Rossleigh – Australian Independent Media Network
Scott Morrison has had a really successful year! I know this, and not just because the media keep telling me what a great year he’s had.
Compare his year with Peter Dutton who, at the start of the year, wanted Border Force to be the unquestioned ministry in charge of everything, had to announce that they had nothing to do with keeping our borders safe when it came to quarantine. Or, indeed anything that didn’t involve leaky boats.
Or compare it with Alan Tudge who got caught with his proverbial pants down and ended the year being given the Education Ministry as punishment. (Just before the lawyers get consulted, I’m not talking about Tudge’s personal life here. I’m referring to the way his conduct was described as “criminal” by a judge, which must have reminded some people of when he, Michael Sukkar and Greg Hunt all had to apologise for their comments, so that they weren’t found guilty of contempt of court.) While some suggested that Tudge should have lost his position on the front bench for any number of reasons, nothing he did was a hanging offence.
Undoubtedly you’ve heard that expression before and guess it could explain why no Coalition ministers ever lose their portfolio when it’s established that their actions were the result of incompetence or corruption. “Minister Miscreaent did overlook his purchase of property in the area and failed to declare his conflict of interest before overseeing a change that resulted in a large windfall but he has since updated his assets appropriately and this certainly not a hanging offence.” Given that – in Australia – there is no capital punishment, even for murder, then nothing actually IS a hanging offence, so obviously if there are no hanging offences, then there is no crime or misdemeanour for which a minister could be regarded as having gone too far.
Yes, the expression “not a hanging offence” is silly but not as silly as the phrase “gold standard”. When Scott Morrison said that he wasn’t worried about the recent COVID-19 outbreak in New South Wales because they were the “gold standard”, I worried that our PM had no Understanding of what the term gold standard means. Simply, it’s a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to gold. The USA abandoned it under Nixon and, in 2020, no country uses it. So was Morrison suggesting that NSW approach to the virus was something out-of-date and obsolete or was he suggesting that it was backed by gold?
Either way, one has to conclude that he thinks that Gladys has had the same sort of great year that he’s had. To recap briefly on why it’s been such a great year for ScoMo:
- He began the year in trouble, not merely for going off to Hawaii while the nations burned, but for having his office lie about it.
- HIs explanation of not being the one to hold a hose, led to some ribald comments and lots of mocking.
- He attempted a reset with lots of photos of maps and firefighters, where he was pointing in a way that suggested he had something to contribute, leading to various media outlets telling us that he’d learned his lesson.
- His attempt to shake the hands of unwilling people undercut his attempt at empathy, leading to suggestions that his empathy coach may, in fact, have been Andrew Bolt.
- With the outbreak of COVID-19 in Australia, he got to show his true leadership by telling us that there was nothing to worry about and that he was going to the football, but because of potential backlash, he changed his mind.
- He told us that schools were safe just before a number of schools were shut down because of the outbreaks of the virus.
- The auditor-general released a scathing report about how taxpayer funds were used in the lead-up to the previous election prompting the phrase “sports rorts” to be used everywhere except for Parliament where the term was deemed unacceptable.
- He left various people out of JobKeeper such as university staff
- He told us that we couldn’t stay under the doona forever.
- He showed that even though Australia was a small nation who couldn’t possible take the lead or even influence any action on climate change, we could be the world leader when it came to demanding an inquiry into China and the Coronavirus.
- His government failed to deliver the promise surplus in the May budget, but they did at least not have a deficit because they announced that there was really no point to doing a budget when they had no idea what was going on.
- He announced a big package for the Arts which we later discovered wouldn’t be delivered until they were back up and running and no longer needed money as desperately.
- He handled the escalating trade problem with China by telling them that they were wrong about everything.
- China has now stopped taking our coal as well as barley, wine and other imports.
- It was discovered that very little money had been spent on bushfire relief.
- Various ministers showed themselves to be corrupt, incompetent or both.
- Robodebt was settled, but the government still insisted they’d done nothing wrong every through they paid out over a billion dollars.
- His government delivered the largest deficit in our history and went deeper into debt than all the previous federal governments combined which people agreed was necessary because of the pandemic.
- His government announced that they wouldn’t be worrying about budget repair until unemployment was back down to appropriate levels.
- Some of his photoshoots are so obviously staged that it’s embarrassing, but in the most recent ones, the idea that standing by oneself in the country with your hands in your pockets seems to suggest that one is wanting to be a model for R.M Williams and not that one is a man of the people who belongs in the bush.
- There’s so many more things to add to this list that I could keep going for an hour and someone is bound to write one I forget in the comments that I’m just going to say “and the rest”.
So, all things considered, Morrison has had a great year. In spite of doing things that would have had the media calling for rioting in the streets, he has been congratulated, praised and has a high approval rating in the polls. Yes, the fact that he’s made just about every mistake in the book and it’s only been the premiers and the National Cabinet that’s saved him from himself. he’s still PM.
Anybody who’s managed to demonstrate such incompetence, with so many mis-steps and such a lack of empathy and not only keep their job, but actually have the media talk about them having a great year, has certainly had a great year…
THE heist of the US election by the deep state Biden crime family has gone into overdrive with Biden’s Democratic Party and the global media screaming “Biden won!” after he allegedly passed his 270 Electoral College votes needed to be president.
But Biden has not won. He is merely the apparent president-elect of a now legally disputed election fraught with violations of fair and open voting procedures.
And Australia’s Coalition government has endorsed the coup with PM Scott Morrison and his former boss Malcolm Turnbull congratulating Biden. Morrison took it even further, inviting Biden and his far-left radical running mate Kamala Harris to visit Australia.
President Trump’s closest southern neighbor, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Saturday he would not congratulate a winner in the U.S. presidential election until all legal challenges are decided. “With regard to the U.S. election, we are going to wait until all the legal matters have been resolved,” John Solomon’s Just the News reported the Mexican president as saying. But not PM ScoMo and his former boss Malcolm Turnbull.
Malcolm Turnbull Twitter post praising Joe Biden. ScoMo praised Biden too in a post-election speech.
The PM and his party apparatus could have chosen to hold back on full endorsement of Biden, but instead offered him and Harris a full, warm welcome to office in a detailed speech praising Biden’s alleged “deep understanding … of the national security issues that confront not only the United States but those more broadly across the world and a deep personal understanding, obviously, with his son Beau having served in Iraq.”
“But you may not know,” the PM continued “that president-elect Biden had two uncles that served in New Guinea during the Second World War, one of whom, was killed in New Guinea, and another who was seriously injured. So the relationship goes deep and is personal.”
And as if to drive home his support of “The Big Guy” named in Hunter Biden’s emails between him and his business partners, Morrison went on to invited Biden to next year’s 70th anniversary of the ANZUS treaty celebrations.
Biden’s alleged election meanwhile, is being called by Steve Bannon and others America’s “Colour Revolution”, that is the a highly-sophisticated psychological warfare operations used by the US and its allies to topple unfavourable Eastern European and Middle Eastern leaders.
In the case of America, its Colour Revolution has been combined with outright voting fraud that is being exposed across the nation, like the 5500-vote “glitch” in the Michigan county that flipped 6000 votes away from Donald Trump. The county secretary later tried to explain it away as a human error. But as noted by President Trump, the same software was used across the nation. Attorney Sidney Powell told Lou Dobbs on Fox Business there was a likelihood that 3% of early votes received digitally were through the “Hammer” and “Scorecard” programs used by the intelligence agencies.
“In addition they ran an algorithm to calculate votes they might need to come up with for Mr Biden in specific areas. I think that explains what happened in Michigan where the computer glitch resulted in a change of votes of about 5500 in favour of President Trump just in one of 47 districts. All those districts need to be checked for the quote software glitch end quote, that would change the result in Michigan dramatically.
“The same thing is happening in other states. We’ve had 100s of thousands of ballots mysteriously appear for solely Mr Biden, which is statistically impossible as a matter of mathematics. It can all be documented. We are putting it into materials that we will file in Federal Court and we will need to seek relief in multiple states to enjoin the certification of any election results.”
The screaming, champagne cork popping and dancing, started almost at the very moment that Trump’s personal attorney Rudi Giuliani announced his lawsuit against the state of Pennsylvania for repeatedly denying access to vote counting and scrutiny of ballots by Republican Party delegates. And the media, including Australia’s Nine Network, the ABC and others, continued to repeat the lie that claims of election fraud were “false” or “unfounded”.
Morrison simply played along with this as did Turnbull who posted on Twitter he was “relieved” by the result. Turnbull’s opposition to Trump has barely been hidden, while Morrison has yet to reveal where he actually stands. UK PM Boris Johnson also congratulated Biden on his fake “projected win”.
At Giuliani’s Philadelphia press conference media representatives literally screamed at him claiming the election had already been “called” by all the networks, to which Giuliani offered the obvious response that TV networks don’t decide elections (state officials do) and that courts can set aside elections if they are illegal.
He raised the possibility of courts setting aside the election results in Pennsylvania and other states. “The ballots that were not properly inspected should be thrown out and that number of ballots should be taken out of the count. That could affect the election,” he was reported as saying. “However, there certainly is enough evidence to disqualify a certain number of ballots. The ballots that were not properly inspected should be thrown out and that number of ballots should be taken out of the count. That could affect the election.”
Giuliani said President Trump was not going to concede with at least 600,000 ballots in question and this was confirmed when the president issued an official statement confirming that “this election is far from over. Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor.”
More signatures are needed for this petition to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to stop the removal of cash
(legal tender) as planned by the Liberal Party. Scott Morrison is known as a ‘bankers man’ and he is spearheading the move to a cashless society. The the LNP/ALP duopoly in concert with the banks and the United Nations will be able to control your every move.
Get your friends to sign it and tell them what will happen if the duopoly gets this through parliament.
Your grandma is next! Fight Morrison’s creeping cashless economy agenda
From the Australian Citizens Party
The Senate will soon vote on the Morrison government’s bill to extend the trials of the Indue cashless welfare card. These trials are part of the government’s and banks’ creeping cashless agenda, to force Australians into electronic payments and effectively trap them in banks. The government’s bill to ban cash transactions over $10,000 is part of the same agenda. While Australians angrily reacted in huge numbers to the $10,000 cash ban, which sparked an insurrection against the bill in the government’s own ranks, too many have failed to recognise the cashless welfare card is a foot in the door for the same agenda. If you oppose the push to a cashless economy, call cross-bench Senators Jacqui Lambie, Stirling Griff and Rex Patrick before Wednesday to demand they oppose the bill.
Don’t fall for the justification that the Indue cashless welfare card ensures welfare recipients in highly disadvantaged communities spend their money responsibly and not on alcohol and cigarettes. The card is a totalitarian technological short-cut that is a substitute for addressing the real causes of welfare dependency and drug and alcohol abuse in disadvantaged communities. It is also a trial of a program that is intended to be rolled out Australia-wide, which will include recipients of the aged pension. The government falsely and insultingly calls the pension welfare when in fact it is a payment for which pensioners have contributed all their lives. The trials currently include recipients of disability and carers payments.
On 11 September 2019, the Citizens Party exposed how the Indue cashless welfare card is part of the broader push for a cashless economy:
The Morrison government’s cashless welfare card, and draft $10,000 cash ban bill, are part of the program to force Australians into a cashless economy system that will enable the private banking cartel and government to monitor and measure their words-the financial activities of every Australian.
In 2012 the RBA [Reserve Bank of Australia]-the high priests of the financial system who conjured Australia into a debt and real-estate bubble, and now use monetary policy solely to pump more debt into the bubble to prop up the banks-conducted a review of the payments system, using its legislated powers, unique among central banks, to promote efficiency and competition in the payments system. That review led to the establishment of the Australian Payments Council (APC), which was founded by the Australian Payments Clearing Association (APCA, now Australian Payments Network) to promote a strategic agenda for the Australian payments system through industry collaboration. The APC set out to create the platform for real time electronic payments clearing (including peer-to-peer consumers instantly paying each other through their phones), which is the infrastructure for a cashless economy. This idea became the New Payments Platform (NPP), and to coordinate the project and industry efforts to bring it to life, APCA engaged global accounting giant KPMG.
The NPP is now up and running, although in a fledgling state. It is jointly owned by 13 of the biggest financial institutions in Australia. Extraordinarily, the RBA itself is one of the owners-a massive conflict of interests for Australia’s central bank to effectively be in a business partnership with the private institutions it is supposed to regulate. Another curious name on the owners’ register is Indue, the private corporation that holds the contract to manage the government’s cashless welfare debit card, for which Indue is paid $10,000 per card to administer, and which the government wants to roll out Australia-wide.
While KPMG was coordinating the NPP, its former boss, Michael Andrew (now deceased)-the only Australian to ever become the worldwide boss of one of the Big Four global accounting firms-was chairing the government’s Black Economy Taskforce. In the Taskforce’s 2017 report, Andrew recommended the $10,000 cash ban to move people and businesses out of cash and into the banking system, which makes economic activity more visible, auditable and efficient. In other words, to force Australians on to the NPP!
With the Indue card the government is picking off welfare recipients to be the first forced into their cashless regime, but your grandma is next. Meanwhile the banks are succeeding in using the pandemic disruption to advance their plans to reduce cash use and make people more reliant on electronic payment systems.
Here’s the good news: although it’s officially still in the Parliament as a bill, the government’s $10,000 cash ban has stalled. The government has gone very quiet on the issue, and that is entirely due to the huge public backlash they received after unveiling the bill last year. The Australian people fought them back, but must continue to do so every time the government tries to push the cashless agenda. This cashless welfare card bill is one of those times, so the Citizens Party is calling on concerned Australians to contact the three cross-bench Senators before Wednesday to insist they oppose this bill.
Senator Jacqui LambiePh: (03) 6431 3112Email: email@example.com Senator Rex PatrickPh: (08) 8232 1144Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Senator Stirling GriffPh: (08) 8212 1409Email: email@example.com