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Pilbara council readies for court action against WA government COVID mandate

Port Hedland council prepare to take WA Government to Supreme Court over COVID mandates that see 33% of the population electing to be vaccine free forced into unemployment by the mandate.

Sack them all rally around Australia

Australian main stream bulldust media quote:

“Just a few hundred conspiracy theorists in Sydney”

How many conspiracy theorists can you see in Sydney here?

Expanding on the thousand + crowd in Sydney are the state by state pictures published by the DailyMail below.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10815583/Sack-Sydney-protestors-rally-against-vaccine-mandates-urge-vote-against-major-parties.html

We now await polling booth reports after May 21 to see how the duopoly terms of reference to the Australian Electoral Commission turn out PLUS their vote manipulation programme to secure government at any cost.

Prof John Wilson,Royal Australasian College of Physicians, resigns from Victorian Hospital

A senior Victorian Doctor resigns over health crisis –

by Alison Ryan

Professor John Wilson resigns as deteriorating conditions escalate in health care

Professor John Wilson, a senior doctor at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital major trauma centre has resigned as deteriorating conditions escalate in Victoria’s healthcare system.

Professor Wilson is responsible for the treatment of patients with different lung disorders, including cystic fibrosis, asthma and pneumonia. 

“We’ve got absolutely unacceptable ambulance ramping, staff that are burnt out and unable to service the needs of the community,” he said.

“We’re talking about hospitals that have no beds to put people in who’ve got acute injuries and acute illnesses. We have a terrible and dire situation that is unprecedented.”

The doctors are saying they are in the midst of the worst overcrowding and ambulance ramping in years as they deal with a rising tide of seriously ill patients.

awaiting resuscitation in corridors and overflowing emergency department waiting rooms

Increasingly, the ill and injured are being ferried to hospitals in the back of private cars because there are no ambulances available, as queuing at overcrowded hospitals has at times severely limited paramedics’ ability to respond to new callouts.

Other critically ill Victorians are being resuscitated in corridors and overflowing emergency department waiting rooms.

News that an eight-year-old child has died 21 hours after attending Monash Children’s Hospital’s emergency department with stomach pain is under review.

A man from country Victoria who suffered a cardiac arrest in a hospital bathroom, died after waiting more than three hours for admission into the emergency department at the Bairnsdale Regional Health Service in East Gippsland last month.

“It is a systematic crisis impacting every hospital in the state,” Professor Wilson said, “I love my patients and I love my team, so I feel very sad and struggled with the decision for many months. But if we keep accepting this and nobody makes a stand, then it’ll keep going and get worse. It has to be said that enough is enough.”

He will step down from his role as president of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

Source: https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/a-dire-situation-that-is-unprecedented-senior-alfred-doctor-quits-warning-of-mass-burnout-20220511-p5akcx.html

Daniel Andrews continues to ignore the triple-zero crisis. The Victorian Premier has refused to reveal whether he had read Graham Ashton’s report into the failings of ESTA, despite it sitting on his desk for weeks.

Source: https://trixabia.com/victorias-ambulance-crisis-worsens-the-australian/

Editorial by Harry Palmer

Vaccinated patients count for 9 out of 10 COVID-19 deaths

Australia’s largest funeral provider, Invocare, whose brands include Le Pine and White Lady, fast-tracked the opening of a storage facility and mortuary in Melbourne’s north that can house 150 bodies.

Tullamarine facility of Invocare fast tracked 150 body cold room construction

NSW government data shows fully vaccinated people account for nine out of every 10 COVID-19 deaths in the country. https://www.aap.com.au/factcheck/truth-a-casualty-in-australian-covid-vaccination-deaths-claim/

Despite real-world data consistently showing that COVID-19 vaccines dramatically reduce rates of death and severe illness due to the disease, a social media post claims Australian government figures reveal 90 per cent of fatal cases are among the fully vaccinated.

Honest government election 2022

The Australian Government has made a final ad before the 2022 federal election and it’s surprisingly honest and informative. Occasional explicit language

Albanese plan to smash Australia’s 2 million self-employed

The duopoly government only works if you VOTE them back into dictatorship on May 21st

  Hello


There’s now clarity on what Albanese’s Labor intends to do to self-employed small business people if elected. Labor intends to attack us.
 
The ALP Secure Jobs Plan says:
  “Labor will extend the powers of the Fair Work Commission to include ‘employee-like’ forms of work…” Labor intends to attack “…new forms of work such as gig work.”  
Last Monday (2 May) this was further made clear at an Albanese street-walk rally in Brisbane. The Australian Financial Review reports from the rally that Labor will legislate to invent new law that says that self-employed people are a ‘little bit’ an employee, like being ‘a little bit pregnant’. It’s clear that the policy is directed at giving unions control over gig workers and any other self-employed person they choose to target. Hairdressers, for example!
 
The policy is a direct lift from the Californian law called AB5, introduced in early 2020. It was a job killer which hit the most vulnerable self-employed people. Think of single mums running their own transcription business from home! Closed down! There are thousands of examples.
 
The United Kingdom has an old 1986 ‘little bit pregnant/employee’ independent contractor law. This was used by the UK transport union in 2021 to attack gig ride-sharing. It’s thrown commercial contracts into chaos in the UK.
 
Albanese’s Labor says it wants to do ‘nice’ things such as giving ‘little-bit-employee’ self-employed people access to collective bargaining, superannuation and the minimum wage. But this is a beat-up.
 
Self-employed people (us) already have easy access to collective bargaining authorised under competition laws. Superannuation is clearly required when an individual, self-employed person (not structured as a P/L company) works for a business. The Independent Contractors Act requires that independent contractors should not be paid less than employees.
 
The truth is that self-employed people are protected under commercial law regulations. Think of the unfair contract laws. Albanese’s Labor wants to drag us into the mess of union-controlled industrial relations law. Forget it!
 
And quite recently the Australian High Court reaffirmed that self-employed people operate under commercial law. The Court also stated that UK-type (little-bit-employee) laws are not part of Australian law.
 
Further, the International Labour Organisation, a United Nations body, declared in 2006 that national laws should not interfere in the commercial relationships of independent contractors.
 
The Albanese plan defies international labour rulings and secure (High Court-determined) contract law. It is a repeat of the disastrous Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal introduced by the 2012 Gillard Labor government. This ‘protection’ invention was about to destroy the businesses of 50,000 self-employed truckies before the Turnbull government abolished the Tribunal.
 
The obsession Labor has with the ‘evil’ gig economy is silly. Only 0.19 per cent of the Australian workforce earned their full-time income through gig work. But Labor is using a near-hysterical, anti-gig campaign as an excuse to attack self-employed people.
 
It’s clear that if Labor wins government, we (self-employed people) will have a big fight on our hands to retain our right to be self-employed. It’s about our right to decide how we want to earn our living and to control our working lives. Labor wants to attack that right.

With best wishes.
  Ken Phillips and the
Team at Self-Employed Australia
www.selfemployedaustralia.com.au

Aussie floods, weather manipulation, Agenda 21 and climate lockdowns

Link top video: https://rumble.com/vw7wyo-aussie-floods-weather-manipulation-agenda-21-and-climate-lockdowns.html

An excellent well researched video that should wake up even the most TV and phone manipulated and addicted drones in society. Sorry for the bad language over which we have no control.

Scott Morrison under the microscope

Rebel News Canberra rally update

Charging Sheeple for the booster

Link to post around: https://rumble.com/vtdc3w-rushing-sheeple-for-the-booster.html?mref=qnz9d&mc=6f8oi

Brisbane Rally December 18th 2021 – 140,000 strong protesting

Just what does it take to get through to the government they are dead in the water, finished, Kaput?

Children of the COVID persecution fined over $2.1m by Police

How the ALP/LNP dupoly government punish the children of Australia for exercising freedom now removed by these politicians. Roll on polling day.

Source 9news

How police handle people who protest

Children in NSW are struggling to pay back COVID-19 fines, after being hit with over $2.1 million worth since July last year.

New data reveals New South Wales police have doled out almost 3000 on-the-spot penalties to kids failing to comply with COVID-19 restrictions, some worth as much as $5000.

Samantha Lee, police accountability solicitor at Redfern Legal Centre, explained minors simply cannot be expected to pay.

“A child has as much capacity to pay a $1000 or $5000 fine using their pocket money as an ant has to push a boulder uphill,” she said.

“The issuing of a penalty notice should be a measure of last resort, especially where children are concerned.”

Representatives from the Aboriginal Legal Service say these fines are being issued to a disproportionate number of children from Indigenous communities.

“Some of the children we are assisting received multiple $1000 fines in a single day,” Aboriginal Legal Service acting CEO Nadine Miles said.

Ms Miles criticised police for handing out such heavy fines to the state’s most vulnerable, the penalties only exacerbating the significant disadvantage Aboriginal children already face.

“The extraordinary number of fines reveals a failure by police to exercise their discretion to deal with young people appropriately,” she said.

NSW residents have been hit with almost $50 million worth of fines for breaking COVID-19 rules since the pandemic began.

NSW Opens up to unvaccinated – but for how long?

COVID UPDATE 15-12-2021

Dominic Perrottet NSW Premier

The NSW government have not reneged on removing unvaccinated restrictions handing that over to the commercial world for self-administration. They have managed running campaign hysteria driven OMICROM infecting the nation from carriers entering entertainment venues, clubs and pubs. It is difficult to blame unvaccinated transmission when those venues require verification of full vaccination to ENTER?

As the rules stand subject to political agenda intervention at any time

Unvaccinated residents in the NSW now have all the same freedoms as those who are fully vaccinated and density limits in all settings will be removed.

Previously, unvaccinated residents have been limited to essential retail and have been unable to re-enter pubs, cafes and gyms, they may attend all the same places as those who are fully vaccinated.

For many, it marks a return to a pre-COVID way of life with only some rules – such as masks in some settings and occasional COVID-19 check-ins – remaining.

All retail shops will be open to all people – there will be no government requirement to check in and unvaccinated people will be allowed to enter.

There is no requirement to wear a mask in shopping centres.

NSW residents can travel wherever they like in the state, caravan parks and camping grounds will open for people who are not fully vaccinated. Travelling outside of NSW is largely dependent on the rules and restrictions of your destination.

Restricted admission to NSW premises, businesses, pubs or clubs is now the decision of owners or management, it is no longer a government requirement.

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