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Bill Gates and WHO go into partnership with Queensland Labor Party to supply needle-less vaccines for Covid rounds two,three, four………

from Brisbane Times

https://statements.qld.gov.au/statements/90979

https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/labor-to-build-new-brisbane-facility-to-help-develop-needleless-vaccine-patch-20201004-p561vm.html

Labor is building a new multimillion-dollar facility in Brisbane at Hamilton Northshore to manufacture medical technologies – including a needleless vaccine patch that could be used to combat COVID-19 – to sell to global markets.

Vaxxas development officer Angus Forster demonstrates the needle-less vaccine patch backed by a partnership between Queensland Labor, Bill and Melinda Gates and WHO

The new “medi-tech centre” will create 139 construction and research jobs over 10 years, Treasurer Cameron Dick said.

But the exact amount a Labor government would contribute under its Advancing Queensland policy would not be revealed because it was commercial in-confidence, then State Development Minister Kate Jones told reporters.

However, one company to benefit would be Vaxxas, whose Queensland-developed patch is pressed against the skin for 10 seconds to deliver vaccines.

“This will be a game-changer for vaccines globally,” Ms Jones said. “And it is being developed right here in Queensland.”

Ms Jones said until the state government decided to invest, Vaxxas was considering shifting overseas.

“Through this multimillion-dollar deal, we can keep this manufacturing facility here, and keep the jobs here,” she added.

The facility will be located in a building owned by Economic Development Queensland, with Vaxxas to begin manufacturing its vaccine-delivery product by early 2022.

Ms Jones said the company could develop 300 million doses annually of any vaccine for its patches.

“Particularly when you look at the world pandemic you have right now,” she said, “imagine if you could get that vaccine distributed around the world – in that little case, needle-free – compared to the technology we have today.”

The scheme, designed and trialled in Brisbane since 2011, is now backed by both the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organisation.

But a spokesman for the intellectually disabled then Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington said Labor should be upfront about how much it was investing in the facility.

“We think it’s an interesting idea to help local companies, but it is still several years off coming to fruition,” he said.

Is it any wonder this lot of intellectual pygmies couldn’t win the last election?

About the size of a 50-cent piece, the Vaxxas Nanopatch has 1800 micro-injectors that deliver a vaccine in 10 seconds.

The company’s chief development officer, Angus Forster, said the scheme could potentially be used at home if further clinical tests showed this was safe.

“So the user who is giving the vaccination would remove the foil seal from the device, apply it to the skin, activate the device, count to 10, then remove the entire product,” he said.

Mr Forster said the new medi-tech centre could provide jobs for scientists and engineers to refine the Nanopatch.

“We have a technology that can really change vaccination,” he said. “It can remove the need to refrigerate vaccines, and remove the need for a skilled vaccinator to deliver the vaccine.

“It is ideally suited to pandemic threats in the future.”

Mr Forster said about $30 billion worth of vaccines were sold globally every year, adding that in this era of COVID-19, researchers were aware of the need to develop vaccines as quickly as possible.

“What we have is a vaccination-delivery platform,” he said.

“When you have a vaccine that is ready to be distributed, the ideal way is to have a very simple, easy-to-use device that can be stored outside the ‘cold chain’, which can make that vaccine accessible to a lot of people very, very quickly.”

Mr Forster said many companies were now exploring needleless ways to administer vaccines.

“The US government, for example, is very focused on how it can vaccinate its entire population as quickly as possible.

“This facility allows us to move towards a manufacturing process that can produce the types of volumes you need for vaccine rollout.”

The Queensland Health Department denied it was creating a huge DNA data bank from Covid sampling, but from all indicators there is one dirty big deal going down here that involves the Labor Party, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, her father Henry, Bill Gates and the communist WHO.

GTA Chairman Henry Palaszczuk told a conference of gene technology leaders in 2019, leveraging the unique blockchain incentive mechanism, GTA encourages more individuals to participate in gene sequencing and storage.

Henry Palaszczuk , a former Queensland Labor Party Primary Industries Minister, is now Chairman of Singapore-registered and China-tied Gene Technology Alliance Foundation GTA基金会

Cairns News published a story about the Premier’s father and his involvement in gene technology on March 9:

GTA Blockchain reports:  On September 22, 2019 the GTA Gene Data Storage and Application Summit was grandly opened in Chaohu city of Anhui province. The event brought together celebrities, Nobel scientists, experts and scholars in the field of gene technology and data storage, sparking heated discussions on application of genetic big data and AI, gene data encryption and storage, human health and other relevant issues.

 The participators got together to envision the prospects of genetic technology and unveil the mysteries of life. Mr. Henry Palaszczuk (Henry Baileqi), chairman of the GTA Foundation, made a speech on “Genetic Data Storage Leads the Change of Era”, in which he mentioned by leveraging the unique blockchain incentive mechanism, GTA encourages more individuals to participate in gene sequencing and storage.

The Pfizer and AstraZeneca so-called mRNA vaccines have been labeled as gene therapy by prominent epidemiologists as they do not fall into the US Centre for Disease Control’s definition of a vaccine.

The Labor Party Government refused to answer a query from Cairns News if the Premier’s father indeed was collecting DNA samples for his group from the State’s Covid testing laboratories.

Bill Gates has strategically positioned himself within Australia to provide vaccine patches for the predicted annual booster jab that the southern hemisphere and the remainder of the world will need for many years to come.

Here is the real story that will never be told by main stream media about this sinister vax delivery system happening in Brisbane under the noses of the one million inhabitants of the south east corner of the Sunshine State, the majority of whom voted for this despicable mob of full term abortionists.

Luciferase, or the Human Implantable Qantum Dot Microneedle Vaccination Delivery System could be defined as the ‘Mark of the Beast’ heralding the End Times. Gates is a eugenicist desperately trying to reduce the world’s population to 500 million and now it seems so are his new partners in crime who will profit handsomely from this Luciferian venture. Where are the idiots who voted for this communist Labor Party?

Luciferase Quantum Dot COVID-19 Vaccinations – The Bill …

https://thelightinthedarkplace.wordpress.com/2020/05/22/luciferase-quantum-dot-covid-19-vaccinations-the-bill-and-melinda-gates-satanic-agenda-video/
Luciferase” The Quantum Dot Tattoo. Bill Gates and MIT are currently developing the “Human Implantable Quantum Dot Microneedle Vaccination Delivery System.” It’s a tattoo for the hand, which will include our identification Mark and vaccination records. It needs an enzyme called Luciferase in order to make it work.

Qld Nationals long gone, only Liberals wearing Akubras remain

LNP in love with Greens. Queensland as we know it will disappear

The LNP’s gifting of preferences to the Greens ahead of Labor should come as no surprise but is nonetheless the final death knell on the former National party’s allegiance to rural and regional Queensland, Katter’s Australian Party Leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter has said.

“The Liberals have well and truly won over the old Nats; and these are Liberals who appear hell-bent on selling their souls,” Mr Katter said.

Speaking on the confirmation by Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington that the LNP would preference the Greens above Labor in all 93 Queensland seats at the upcoming State Election, Mr Katter said there had been no real Nationals in Queensland politics for a long time.

Robbie Katter warns the LNP that giving Greens their preferences will see a Greens minority government which will stop all development

“In the interest of playing politics and boosting their chances of taking office in the tower of power on George Street, the LNP has betrayed everyone outside south-east Queensland,” he said.

“The LNP’s former leader Tim Nichols best stated why the LNP should put Greens last and the KAP agree with his reasons completely.

“According to Tim, and the reasoning for which he provides very publicly on social media and the internet, the Greens are: anti-jobs, anti-farmers, anti-small business, anti-property rights, anti-school choice, anti-health choice, pro-death duties, pro-carbon tax, pro-higher electricity prices and pro-more government intervention.”

“Can the Opposition Leader tell us why she thinks that Tim Nichols is wrong, and why her path is right?

“Why does she disagree that the Greens are anti-jobs?

“Why does she think that the Greens are not anti-farmers and small business?

“Why does she give support to a party that is pro-carbon tax, pro-higher electricity price and anti-coal?”

Mr Katter said while he understood the age-old rivalry between the major parties, the LNP’s decision to effectively back the Greens during what has been heralded the most important State Election in decades was narcissistic and reckless.

He said it was likely both Labor or the LNP would need to seek support from the cross-bench to form government after October 31, and that handing extra seats to the Greens could be the end of Queensland as we know it in a balance of power situation.

“The fact is that the LNP is a Brisbane party and it is not surprising that it has all come to this,” he said.

“We already know that the LNP will not support financially coal-fired power stations and that the LNP voted against a motion that the KAP pushed for, which called on governments to treat coal the same as renewables,” Mr Katter said.

“The LNP Member for Callide Colin Boyce put the interests of his electorate first and shocked us all last month when he voted with the KAP, One Nation and Jason Costigan against the mining commissioner/reef approvals legislation, which is even more lead in the saddle for miners and farmers.

“However it was the LNP who ignored the interests of regional Queensland and pandered up to the inner suburbs of Brisbane once again.

“This will be the last straw for many long-suffering LNP supporters who have put up with the LNP’s drift away from its values and its supporters to the point that it is now unrecognisable.

“What we need to know is what else the LNP will give away.

“We know that Labor is ready to pander to the extreme Left if needed; but now it would appear we have much of the same from the Opposition too.

“The LNP are ‘cityslicker wolves in sheep’s clothing’, and they should be ashamed to show their faces north of the Sunshine Coast.”

Mr Katter said the KAP had always put the Greens last on its how-to-vote cards and would do the same in the 2020 Queensland Election.

“If people want to be certain that they are putting Greens last and voting for a party which will not deal with the Greens, they should look to the KAP,” he said.

Qld LNP and ALP controlled by ‘Big 4’ banks

Party duopoly throw farmers to the wolves

The Queensland Government’s Farm Business Debt Mediation Act, which it is spruiking in a media release today, is a ruse to cover the fact it has completely failed to address the farm debt crisis.

“It’s another frightening example of a government putting ambulances at the bottom of the cliff,” Member for Mount Isa Robbie Katter said.

Rural Debt Chairman Robbie Katter says the ALP and LNP have denied farmers a development bank suitable for primary production to alleviate crippling debt levels of much of the industry

Robbie is warning people not to be fooled by the Government’s ‘solution’ which comes into play next month. “A farm debt mediation mechanism doesn’t solve the debt problem, it just means that when the farmer is finally completely crippled by debt, they can shut their business efficiently. It’s a complete slap in the face to the entire agriculture industry,” Robbie said.

In March this year, the government and LNP refused to support KAP’s Rural Debt Bill, which would have addressed the unsustainable levels of farm debt, which is bringing Queensland’s agriculture industry to its knees.

“Through the Rural Debt and Drought Taskforce that I chaired in this parliament, it was clear that the debt problem is massive and that a significant response from the Government was required to address it,” Robbie said.

“In 2015, I thought the Palaszczuk Government was serious about identifying solutions to address rural debt issues with the formation of a Rural Debt and Drought Taskforce. I was wrong. Just like the opposition they prefer to leave it to the market. This approach has delivered a declining sugar industry, a decimated dairy industry and some of the most expensive gas and electricity in the world.”

“Governments intervene in markets all the time. Between the Clean Energy Finance Corporation and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, there’s about $5 billion worth of low-interest loans to help stimulate the industry. However, when it comes to supporting agriculture, and particularly family enterprises, the Government doesn’t want to touch it”.

“Instead of supporting KAP’s Rural Debt Bill, which was created off the back of extensive investigation and consultation, and would have made a real difference to fixing the rural debt problem, the government pushed through its mediation act to make it look like it was doing something,” Robbie said.

“It’s a disgrace. It’s just another example of how little the major parties care about anything that’s happening outside of Brisbane.”