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Hopefully Lindsay Fox had rails fitted to his steps before Andrews and Albo arrived at Portsea

from Brisbane Times and Cairns News

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was flown in Lindsay Fox’s private helicopter to a five-hour barbecue with the business magnate and Premier Daniel Andrews at the billionaire’s seaside mansion in Portsea last weekend.

The meeting between two of Australia’s most powerful politicians and one of the country’s wealthiest families was quietly held on Saturday afternoon after Albanese finished his official business in Victoria, and before he flew to the flood zone in Western Australia.

The Prime Minister’s Office did not respond over several days to requests for comment about his attendance at the social gathering and his use of the billionaire’s helicopter.

In spite of requests, there was ‘No Comment’ from the Prime Minister’s office about his weekend hook-up with transport magnate Lindsay Fox and dodgy Victorian Labor Premier Dan Andrews. Pic Brisbane Times

When the issue was raised with Albanese by a Nine News reporter during a press conference on Wednesday in Rockhampton, Queensland, he said: “I have private meetings all the time. And I have private meetings which are private meetings.”

Albanese travelled to Geelong on Saturday for a morning meeting and press conference with Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles. About an hour later, just before noon, he boarded Fox’s helicopter for the 10-minute flight to the trucking magnate’s seaside compound on the clifftops of Portsea.

The last time Dan Andrews attended a gathering at Portsea he ended up in intensive care for three months after allegedly falling down two steps at his rental house. Cairns News broke the story about Deadly Dan’s reported injuries which medical experts said were consistent with having been bashed and kicked severely while down.

There has been no mention of Andrews’ alleged assailant Luke Sayers who put him in hospital, being in attendance at Saturday afternoon’s barbeque.

The Fox family has extensive business interests at state and federal levels. Lindsay Fox has been described as Andrews’ “go-to billionaire” by senior Victoria Labor sources. Albanese and Andrews have also lauded the Fox family for their philanthropic endeavours, including attending the recent groundbreaking of the $152 million Paula Fox Melanoma and Cancer Centre.

Andrews,who arrived by car, and Albanese, had lunch with members of the Fox family inside the grounds of the sprawling mansion. Among those who attended was Lindsay Fox’s son, Andrew, who plays a major role in managing the family empire.

The prime minister took time out for a swim on Point King Beach. After the nearly six-hour visit he returned to Avalon Airport shortly after 6pm, again on the Fox family’s helicopter. The trip by road around Port Phillip Bay from Geelong to Portsea would normally take at least 2.5 hours.

Under parliamentary rules, the prime minister’s complimentary helicopter travel will eventually need to be declared as sponsored travel or hospitality in the register of members’ interests.

The premier’s office declined to comment on the nature of Saturday’s meeting, but confirmed Andrews had attended the barbecue. The chief executive officer of Fox Special Projects Group, Ari Suss, who often acts as spokesman for the Fox Family, did not respond to requests for comment.

Albanese has extensively documented his recent official travel on social media, and he posted a photo with Andrews on Saturday with a caption stating it was “great to catch up with my friend … in Melbourne today after my visit to Geelong”. However, there was no mention of his time spent with one of the wealthiest men in the country. Andrews, a prolific user of social media, was also silent. Andrews, made no mention he attended the Fox mansion for a barbeque.

Fox has made no secret of his ambition to develop his company’s privately owned airport, Avalon, into an intermodal transport hub that can open up new and more efficient passenger and freight routes between Australia and South-East Asia. For the family to realise this ambition, it would require assistance from the Victorian and Commonwealth governments.

The federal government contributed half the construction cost of Avalon’s international terminal and, in October 2019, Andrews led a government delegation to Vietnam to help the Fox family secure a deal with budget carrier VietJetAir to run direct flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Avalon.

However, before the pandemic struck, Avalon’s daily commercial passenger traffic comprised just one Air Asia flight to and from Kuala Lumpur and a handful of Jetstar shuttles to Sydney and the Gold Coast, the latter secured by a $12 million subsidy by the Andrews government.

Andrews was criticised by the opposition in 2021 over his close relationship with one of Australia’s richest and most influential families. In January 2021, the premier and his wife, Catherine, visited the family’s compound, where they dined with Lindsay Fox and his wife, Paula, tech entrepreneur Andrew Bassat, and Luke Sayers, a former PricewaterhouseCoopers chief executive.

At the time, Linfox, the logistics group founded by Lindsay Fox, had tendered to build a quarantine facility at Avalon Airport to house international arrivals in Melbourne during the pandemic. The Linfox bid for the facility was unsuccessful, and a 500-bed facility was ultimately built by a different bidder in Mickleham, in Melbourne’s north.

Then-shadow treasurer Louise Staley demanded Andrews distance himself from any government decision because of his friendship with the Foxes.

“Given the extent of his personal relationship with the Fox family, the premier should recuse himself from any cabinet deliberations on a quarantine facility or other decisions affecting the commercial interests of Linfox,” Staley said in February 2021.

Staley had asked Andrews in parliament how often he had visited Fox’s Portsea mansion. The premier ridiculed Staley as a “conspiracy theorist”.

Editor: Who would have thought that Albanese would associate with Andrews socially in light of Andrews’ alleged sordid, ruthless reputation.

Murdering babies is a thriving multi-million dollar industry, an Australian success story

Letter to the Editor

Yeah we have mentioned to our children what is happening.

The problem seems to be – at least here in Australia – that almost no-one wants to know.

Maybe it’s because your normal average folk can’t bring themselves to imagine, let alone accept, that there are Satanists here who have control of every level of Australian governance and who ritually sacrifice children and burn newborn babies alive, drink their blood and eat their flesh – and have been doing so for many decades.

Maybe it’s all just too hard in such a busy dog-eat-dog society where you have to hold down three jobs to afford all the luxuries and modern comforts to which we think we’re entitled.

Feminazis for abortion, simply communist tools-Pic Bendigo Advertiser

BUT it’s not so easy to dismiss the fact that “full term abortion” of new-born babies by shoving a steel tube into their skull and sucking their brains out DURING BIRTH is now legal in every Australian state. That’s the undeniable, irrefutable truth – a thriving multi-billion industry providing enormous commercial volumes of baby flesh and organs to whoever has the cash to pay for them – an Australian success story!

Dictator Dan knows all about the profit potential of butchering newborns – that’s why he blocked legislation to require painkillers for the children during their slaughter, because contaminated organs can’t be harvested and sold for profit.

Yet people still deny and just don’t want to know what’s happening in their communities, right here in their midst. It’s like an enormous “blind spot” masking the Australian reality. In one sense, I get it – all those so-called “Christians” HAVE TO BURY the truth or face up to the fact that their silence is COMPLICITY in the Australian GENOCIDE of innocent newborn babies.

Unfortunately, they can run, but they can’t hide. Even people claiming the “Christian” mantle go to Hell – as a matter of fact, by my understanding, most of them do.

In Europe it’s illegal to deny the German Holocaust of the Jews back in the 1940’s, but it’s apparently verboten to ACKNOWLEDGE the Australian Holocaust of newborn babies now underway here in the 2020’s.

from Pat

Victoria

Insurance investigator makes complaint to Victorian Anti-Corruption Commission about Dan Andrew’s alleged fall on two steps

International tourists beware – do not visit Melbourne,Victoria or you may never get home

For years Cairns News has understood Victorians to be a different breed but Saturday’s election result defies belief.

Apart from predictable voter fraud, masochistic Victorians have shown the world that mRNA vaxx, combined with deployment of 5G EMF by Telstra, lying doctors, subliminal advertising, Marxist ideologues of the ALP and a treacherous media has worked quite well on the minds of the masses.

The brainwashing did its job and they voted for the ALP.

Cairns News will not bother with any Victorian news in the future. We will leave that to the commos of the ABC and their bedmates in the print media after all that is what the Labor voters of Victoria deserve.

Brain-dead Victorians who support the fascist policies and actions of a psychopathic Premier should feel right at home when next locked up in some Coronahoax or manufactured climate catastrophe.

But Deadly Dan’s health system dystopia is catching up to him fast as more and more vaxx victims die by the dozens every day across the state in their overwhelmed hospitals.

Naturally Dan’s controlled doctors blame a virus that has never been isolated anywhere in the world when acclaimed medical experts such as Dr Robert Malone who developed mRNA technology has told the world the vaxxes are killing thousands every day with millions more to come.

https://www.brighteon.com/5a0610f4-d9aa-47ad-a3a6-1e35b14627d4

Now that Dan is again bunkered down he will be set to crunch any opposition in true Nazi style.

We suggest those oppressed citizens throughout Victoria who want to exit the communist enclave get out as soon as possible before Deadly Dan closes the borders.

Your Covid passports are on the way and you will not enter or exit the state without one. The ALP’s private Robocops will meet you at Checkpoint Charlie and next time they fire on you it will be with lead projectiles not rubber.

International tourists beware, unless you are a card-carrying commo, a poofter or dyke, a pedo or transvestite, or one of Greta Grunterberg’s boyfriends or girlfriends you will not be welcome in the shady state.

Andrews’ private police cover up details of his collision with a young cyclist who was nearly killed

Deranged New York Covid cops might have trained in Victoria

Dangerous Dan dodges blame for 801 quarantine deaths and nearly killing a teenage cyclist with his car – ‘No not me’

Dan and his Jewish supporters have developed the best news suppression laws in Australia.

http://www.renegadetribune.com/victoria-premier-dan-andrews-thanks-jews-for-destroying-free-speech-in-australia/

Who will vote for this CCP psychopath who claims he fell down one step?

OK for Victoria Police to lose 100,000 firearms and OK to bash and pepper spray Covid protesters?

from National Shooting Council

Liberal Democrat Victoria MP Tim Quilty, has put the spotlight on Victoria’s firearm registry once again, after it was revealed that 100,000 guns simply went “missing”, raising serious questions about how it is run.

Mr Quilty, a licensed shooter and proud NSC Member, has been probing the operations of the Registry through questions in Parliament to the police minister for nearly a year.

Ministers’ pushback on transparency

The government of communist Dan Andrews has taken a strong dislike to the questions. 

Every time Mr Quilty has asked questions, he has been ridiculed, berated, and attacked in the house by Andrew’s government ministers, Gayle Tierney and Jaala Pulford.

Tim Quilty MP widening cracks in Firearms Registry

Tierney represents Police Minister Lisa Neville (as Neville sits in the lower house).  Her attacks on Tim have increased in their ferocity and nature every time he raised LRD matters.

It is clear from the government responses that it is becoming increasingly uncomfortable on the matter. It is also clear the government doesn’t want to see cracks appear in the registry, in an election year.

Registry faces heat

Thanks to Tim’s efforts, it has been confirmed that the registry does have 100,000 guns missing. 

The police and government have attempted to “bat this off” by blaming discrepancies in the old firearms database that they stopped using in 1996 when it was replaced by the current Licensing and Registration System.

On the 6th April 2022 Tim asked whether there were 100,000 missing guns, and what was being done about the matter. He also asked if VicPol did in fact hold a firearm dealers licence, and if so if it was bound by the same laws as other Victorian Firearms dealers.

On the 6th May 2022 Tim received a written response from Lisa Neville. The link for Tim’s questions and Neville’s answers can be seen by clicking here.

Apart from confirming the missing guns, the responses reveald that “Operation Ravelings” reviewed 60,000 firearms records held by registry without explaining what was found.  The responses also confirmed VicPol holds a firearms dealers licence and that it:

“is required to meet its licence requirements within accordance with the Firearms Act 1996.”

The way VicPol treats dealers for any offences is well known.

Dealers who lose a firearm or who have discrepancies in their records have their licences suspended/cancelled, lose their businesses and are prosecuted – but the registry does not apply the same rules to itself.

There have been a number of high-profile cases where VicPol was forced to admit it was wrong. 

The most recent being the case of Rod Haugh from the Outdoor Sportsman in Geelong who was able to clear his name after a six-year legal battle that cost him his health and a fortune on legal fees.

On Wednesday, 25th May 2022 Tim asked more questions in Parliament about the “missing” guns.

Instead of answering the question, Labor MP Gayle Tierney attempted to divert the house’s attention by referring to the USA primary school shooting days earlier. The link to what Tim said can be seen by clicking here or simply watch it here.

This time Tim dropped a bomb on the government. He revealed that he was in possession of a Victoria Police Affidavit (a sworn statement) signed by a senior LRD officer that attempted to explain the disappearance of seized guns and gun parts as having been “inadvertently” destroyed.

The officer involved, Senior Sergeant Andrew Armstrong (right), is the firearms portfolio holder at the LRD and has been since mid-2014.

Armstrong had his Affidavit witnessed by his immediate subordinate officer, Sergeant Paul Connor and made the claim that the firearms destroyed were of no monetary value.

These revelations show that the Victorian registry is a basket case and how its seems to operate as a law unto itself. The NSC eagerly awaits the government’s response to Tim’s questions, and predict a lot more is likely to be revealed in the fullness of time.

Full credit to Tim Quilty for having the guts to pursue this matter when others wouldn’t. In fact he’s the only MP in the Victorian Parliament who has shooters’ interest at heart.

One thing that is clear is that the government has a lot of questions to answer. In particular, it needs to explain the documented links between it and senior VicPol force command members

Even former VicPol Chief Commissioner Kel Glare publicly described current force command with “an old proverb that says ‘the fish goes rotten from the head’”.

Ironically the NSW government has just announced a review into the operations of its own registry.  Yet it’s a move that is unlikely to be copied by the Victorian Government.

Editor: It should also hold a judicial inquiry into the atrocious conduct of police officers both government and private mercenaries when confronting tens of thousands of protesters in Melbourne last year.

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

Newcastle to join in Smart Cities Alliance

by Alison Ryan

Klaus Schwab makes inroads to uniting Municipal (local council) and National governments, private sector partners and city residents, for delivering his solution of global governance, via his G20 Smart Cities Alliance.

This will be a Global Policy Roadmap for city policies on data and technology usage for the global smart city market.

Schwab’s WEF has chosen Melbourne and Newcastle to join in this G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.

http://www.smartcitiesworld.net/demographic-change/36-cities-chosen-to-chart-a-course-towards-the-future

Strong Cities has already tagged Melbourne and dictator like Premier Dan Andrews for the last 7 years who has had access to the SCN membership and:
Access to SCN restricted library content
Access to SCN training modules
Access to a global network of mayors and municipal-level policy-makers and practitioners
Participation in the SCN Global Summit and Regional Working Groups

https://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=Strong+Cities+Network+-+Newcastle&d=4579354591233678&mkt=en-AU&setlang=en-GB&w=_ZSTicFZkVQicypZAwYA87-jyUqjMxcZ

One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts says Australia must leave the UN. We need an Aus-exit. UN and WEF piggyback together.

Link: One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts calls for ‘Aus-Exit’ …

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10154679236566264

Farmers gather at Victoria Parliament to protest against AusNet transmission line project

ABC RURAL

Hundreds of farmers have rallied outside Parliament House in Melbourne to demand the Victorian government refuse to approve energy company AusNet’s proposed Western Victorian Transmission Network Project (WVTNP).

Key points:

  • More than 300 people gathered on the steps of Parliament House to protest against the WVTNP
  • AusNet has proposed a corridor for a 190-kilometre electricity transmission line from Melbourne’s north-west to Bulgana, near Ararat
  • A government spokesperson says the project is currently going through a full EES process

The controversial project proposes 500-kilovolt high-voltage transmission lines that, if installed above ground, could be 85 metres high and would transport renewable energy from Bulgana, north of Ararat, to Melbourne.

Emma Muir, who farms at Myrniong east of Ballan, organised the protest via the Stop AusNet’s Towers lobby group.

“We’ve brought our tractors, we’ve brought our horses, fire trucks and our community to say this is no good and we want another solution,” she said.

“We’ve come to Melbourne today because the politicians won’t come to us.

“We’ve asked repeatedly for the Premier and for the Minister for Energy and Environment to meet with us and discuss this project.

“They’ve refused to come, so we’ve come here.”

Hundreds of farmers protesting in Melbourne.
Hundreds of farmers who oppose the WVTNP gathered at Parliament house.(ABC Rural: Jane McNaughton)

‘Wake up, you dickheads’

Ballarat Potato Growers Association chairman Chris Stephens said the project put the region’s ability to produce food in jeopardy because of restrictions on machinery and irrigation near easements and under transmission lines.

“The WVTNP means the loss of over 1,000 hectares of the most productive land in Australia,” he said.

“The loss of our overall efficiency and profitability — we’re going to loose several highly productive industries.

“Wake up, you dickheads.

“Where is the justification in building 1960s technology infrastructure — a cheap and nasty transmission line? There is none.”

A man holds up a protest sign outside parliament in Melbourne.
Potato farmer Chris Stephens says Victoria’s food production will be at risk if the WVTNP goes ahead.(ABC Rural: Jane McNaughton)

Mr Stephens said the region’s potato industry alone was worth $1.3 billion annually.

“If there is one thing I thought the pandemic would have made clear it’s that food doesn’t magically just appear on supermarket shelves or in the window at the drive-through,” he said.

“In Victoria we have some of the best dirt, the best climatic conditions, the cleanest water and the most dedicated farmers in the world.

“Why would we want to risk our food sovereignty or our ability to provide for ourselves?”

People holding banners ride horses down a city street.
Farmers rode horses down Spring Street to voice their opposition, which they say has been ignored.(ABC Rural: Jane McNaughton)

Consultation process slammed

Victorian Farmers Federation chief executive Jane Lovell said producers whose businesses would be affected by the transmission lines were an afterthought in the consultation process.

“It seems like a lot of decisions have been made and it doesn’t seem like farmers have actually been invited to the table to have their concerns heard,” she said.

But it’s not just farmers who oppose the project — tourism operators as well as people living in the region for the lifestyle also attended the rally.

People speaking at a protest.
Actor Stephen Curry’s “castle” is in the path of the proposed power lines.(ABC Rural: Jane McNaughton)

Actor Stephen Curry lives in Gordon, 25 kilometres east of Ballarat, and says his home is in the corridor of the project.

“AusNet and the state government plan to knock down our entire property, including our house, and 3,000 native trees,” he said.

“And that’s all in the name of sustainability, which is rubbish — it’s all in the name of saving money.

“I’m disgusted.”

An angry farmer in tractor protesting at Parliament House in Melbourne.
Tractors, horses, fire trucks and agricultural vehicles formed a procession along Spring Street on Tuesday afternoon.(ABC Rural: Jane McNaughton)

Plan to keep fighting

Ms Muir said Stop AusNet’s Towers would rally again if the state government did not reject the WVTNP application.

“We’ll come back if we need to — we need to be heard and we need to be listened too,” she said.

“We in the regions want the people of Melbourne to have renewable energy, but it doesn’t have to be at our cost by ripping up our beautiful land.”

Tractors driving down Spring Street in Melbourne.
Farmers say large farming equipment is unable to be used under powerline easements.(ABC Rural: Jane McNaughton)

A government spokesperson said the Minister for Planning had determined that an Environmental Effects Statement (EES) was required and would assess the comparative effects of different feasible routes, alignments, design and operational alternatives for the project.

The effectiveness of the proposed measures to avoid, minimise and offset any environmental impacts will also be examined.

“This project is currently going through a full EES process — the most transparent and rigorous environmental and planning assessment framework available,” the spokesperson said.

“The EES process gives communities the chance have their say on the impacts of the projects and see the studies which inform the panel’s assessment.”

An AusNet spokesperson said the companyfully understood the concern and uncertainty a project of this size could create for local communities and families.

“We are continuing to engage and consult with communities and landholders, right along the route,” they said.

“We are actively seeking their feedback and listening to their concerns.

“We have met with the Curry family, including Stephen and his father, and visited their property to discuss their concerns, as well as conduct a series of studies, including ecology and cultural heritage, on the land.”

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