News from George Christensen – Nation First
Source: Alison Ryan
First of all, the good news…
All is not lost. There was some good news out of the election:
- Freedom parties (e.g. One Nation, UAP, Liberal Democrats, Australian Federation Party, IMOP, Katter’s Australia Party, etc) scored more than 12% of the nationwide vote, which — if voters preferenced every minor party on the ticket — would be enough to score a freedom party Senator in each State.
- Pauline Hanson — a key fighter for freedom — is likely to be re-elected to the Senate.
- A lot of left-wing Liberals have been given the boot all over the country.
- Labor’s Kristina Kenneally — who continually tried to paint the freedom movement as domestic terrorists — has been removed from office. She was set to be Home Affairs Minister (and in charge of ASIO and the Australian Federal Police) and would’ve come after us.
- A government that not only didn’t stand up against vaccine mandates but was complicit in enacting those mandates has been defeated.
- We still have good people like Senator Malcolm Roberts, Senator Gerard Rennick and Senator Alex Antic in the Federal Parliament fighting for us.
Now for the bad news…
I don’t want to kid you. There was plenty of the bad news out of election night:
- The freedom parties’ votes were not consistent around the nation and it is likely that voters didn’t preference other freedom parties. This could mean Pauline Hanson may be the only pro-freedom Senator elected to office this election.
- Freedom fighter Craig Kelly has lost his seat.
- I also did not succeed in my bid to become a Senator.
- Labor — who have been worse than the Liberals on issues like vaccine mandates — appear to hold majority government.
- A bunch of ‘Teal Independents’ won office who will pursue an aggressive agenda of control based around the so-called threat of ‘man-made climate change’.
- The Senate will not be controlled by freedom parties, but by the Greens who are pro-mandate and also seek an aggressive agenda of control based around ‘man-made climate change’.
· What does this all mean?
- What the result means is that things are going to get worse before they get better. There are imminent threats to national sovereignty and freedom on the not-too-distant horizon.
- I’m talking about threats like the World Health Organization’s proposed International Health Regulation Changes, its Pandemic Treaty, the Digital Identity agenda and the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset program to name but a few.
- We cannot rely on a Labor–Greens government to do the right thing when it comes to these threats. In fact, their socialist instincts will probably just make things worse.
· We need to keep fighting.
- All of this is why the freedom movement is going to have continue the fight. While it might not seem it to many, a national vote of more than 12% is good for a movement that’s only just emerged. It’s something we can build upon.
- But we can only build upon that base if the movement continues to fight, and puts petty differences — and party allegiances — to the side.
- The other thing that’s going to be needed in this fight is solid, reliable information.
- That’s where I come in. As a former journalist and now a former politician, I’m going to put those twin evils of media and politics to use for the forces of good.
- Tomorrow, I will be emailing you with MASSIVE news on the future of Nation First. I’m going to share with you my plans to get you the right information to ensure that freedom prevails.
- I don’t want to give anything away just yet but we are going to be going after the globalists, the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, BlackRock, Vanguard and the like, and exposing the topics that the fake news mainstream media won’t touch.
Urgent election update!
Christensen sinks boot into Liberals and Nationals
This week I bade farewell to my membership of the Liberal National Party with this blunt letter to the party’s state secretary:
Dear State Secretary,
The current parliamentary term is just days off from drawing to an official end and, as such, I have fulfilled what I believed to be an ethical obligation to serve during that term as a member of the party under whose banner I was elected.
With this obligation now effectively ended, I hereby resign my membership of the Liberal National Party effective immediately.
My resignation should come as no surprise given the public disenchantment I have expressed about the party’s direction, particularly its support of a net zero target and, more so, its failure to take action against vaccine mandates and destructive pandemic policies. I could go on, but this letter is not the time and place for it.
Please know that this decision has not come easily. I have been a member of the party for almost three decades, and know that my decision will upset many, and cause the loss of existing relationships and friendships.
However, I joined the then National Party in the late 1990s because it was THE party for conservatives. In 2022, the Liberal National Party — as an extension of the Liberal Party — seems anything but conservative… and thus, it is no longer my party.
The party needs to undertake some serious soul-searching about what — and who — it stands for. If it wants to be all things to all people, including the Left, then it will do so without the support of conservative voters, and this will see it inhabiting the Opposition benches for many a moon.
George Christensen MP
Many of the reasons I wrote this letter were outlined in my valedictory speech to the Australian Parliament I delivered a bit over a week ago.
But, put quite simply, I quit the LNP because the Liberals and Nationals haven’t stood up for you and your freedoms while they have been in government.
This is despite the Liberal Party proudly declaring that:
We believe… In the inalienable rights and freedoms of all peoples; and we work towards a lean government that minimises interference in our daily lives…
Likewise, the National Party’s federal constitution lists the objectives of that party as:
the maintenance of democracy, liberty… (and) a restriction on the size of Government… with the least possible intrusion into the lives of individuals…
So given this belief in inalienable rights, freedoms, democracy, liberty and small government, you have to ask: why did the Liberal and National Parties not act against vaccine mandates and other pandemic policy insanity?
The stock standard response you will get is that the States were responsible for all that and there was nothing that the federal government could have done.
That’s arrant nonsense. The federal government could have done plenty.
For starters, it could have — as I repeatedly suggested — affixed rules to the use of data from the Australian Immunisation Register; rules that banned accessing data from that register for the purposes of terminating someone’s employment or discriminating against someone in the provision of a service.
While the Prime Minister has said he’s against vaccine mandates, there have been countless federal government agencies that have had their own workplace mandates, and a massive federal mandate is in place that prevents non-vaccinated individuals from leaving Australia… effectively keeping us prisoners in our own country.
To be honest, I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that the federal government supported and encouraged vaccine mandates via its secret national cabinet processes.
But this still doesn’t answer why they didn’t act. To find that out you have to go all the way back to 15 September 2015 when Tony Abbott was unceremoniously removed from the office of Prime Minister.
That event — and I don’t say this lightly — was when the Liberal Party lost its soul.
Principles flew out the window for political expediency to the point where the Liberals are now just a vehicle to get people elected and, in turn, most of those people who get elected are there to support whoever is the current driver of the vehicle.
The Nationals, being closely coupled with the Liberals by virtue of the Coalition arrangement between the two parties, only fares marginally better in this regard.
There was a chance when Tony Abbott was knifed, for the National Party to show some real spine and walk away from the Liberals. It was contemplated at the time but quickly torpedoed. I know, because I was the one arguing for it.
So, in the past 11 years while I’ve been in federal parliament, I’ve witnessed the two major centre-right parties emptying themselves of the ballast of principles so that their sails can more easily blow in the direction of whichever way the political wind is said to be blowing. And most of the time it’s only said to be blowing in any particular direction by the legacy media.
This explains some of the decisions that have been made by the government in recent years.
The decision not to lift a finger to end vaccine mandates.
The decision to block non-vaccinated Australians from leaving the country.
The decision to kick Novak Djokovic out of the country for not being vaccinated, despite him having a visa and an exemption.
The decision to sacrifice jobs on the altar of the green/globalist religion that is the theory of man-made climate change.
The decision to bring in a digital identity agenda as supported by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum.
The decision to regulate what’s said by citizen journalists on social media platforms.
The decision to fund ideological gender programs — such as The Good Society — in schools.
The decision to pass laws that will see an increase in the destruction of human embryos for research purposes, and a situation where children will have three biological parents.
The decision to force Big Tech to fund the fake news legacy media.
And then there’s the decisions that haven’t been made that should have been made; like reform of the ABC, outlawing Big Tech censorship and bringing about real religious liberty.
The sad reality is, for many conservative voters, the current Liberal National government is characterised as one that has done certain things we wish it wouldn’t have, and not done other things we wish it would have.
That leads me to the major reason I can’t remain a member of the Liberal National Party. Quite simply, I won’t be voting for them at the upcoming federal election.
To be fair, there are those in the LNP worthy of support because they’ve stood up against the COVID tyranny that was imposed upon us. This includes Senators Matthew Canavan, Gerrard Rennick, Alex Antic and Sam McMahon (now a Liberal Democrat) as well as Wide Bay MP Llew O’Brien.
However, I fear, with the damage the Morrison Liberal National Government has done to itself on a range of fronts (but most notably on the issue of not acting against vaccine mandates), that we are facing an Albanese Labor Government running the country for the next three years at the very least.
What will that look like? Well, think Dan Andrews as Prime Minister. If you don’t think that’s possible, consider the COVID restrictions that Labor have put on journalists who want to join Albanese on the campaign trail, as reported by The Daily Mail:
Any journalist who wants to travel on the Albanese bus must be triple vaccinated, wear an N95 mask most of the time, and take a rapid antigen test every three days.
It gives you an idea of the kind of things Labor thinks it is reasonable to impose upon the Australian public.
Make no mistake, I fear that the election of a Labor government will be the culmination of every woke and anti-freedom agenda you can think of, but I don’t believe we are going to be able to stop it. I hope I am wrong.
Anyway, in preparation for an incoming Labor government, I feel it is the make-up of the Australian Senate that is going to be pivotal for our nation’s future.
Personally, I will be voting below the line in the Senate and numbering every pro-freedom party, Senator and candidate that’s on the ballot. That way we may just be able to get a Senate where the cross bench is dominated by pro-freedom parties and where the Liberal and National parties have enough decent pro-freedom members left among them.
If we can get this outcome, then the Senate can act like the proverbial Dutch boy with his finger in the dike, holding back all sorts of bad laws from inflicting themselves on you, me, our families and our nation.
Departing Liberal MHR George Christensen tells parliament the LNP/ALP duopoly is corrupted beyond repair
George Christensen’s final scorching speech to Federal Parliament
George Christensen, delivers his final parliamentary speech, touching on reasons why he is leaving parliament, achievements, COVID response, the sugar industry, banks, insurance, and the broken state of politics, as well as his assessment of priorities for conservatives.
Have a look at the dozen dead vaxxed kids in the Sydney and Perth morgues Morrison and more are coming
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has joined a chorus of criticism against outgoing MP George Christensen, calling on parents to ignore his “dangerous messages” about deadly COVID-19 mRNA vaccines for children.
The Nationals MP posted a podcast titled “Do NOT Vax Your Children” which carried an interview with outspoken vaccine expert, Dr Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA gene manipulation, who has previously been banned from Twitter for warning against Pfizer shots for kids.
Mr Morrison instead urged parents to listen to the “world’s best medical regulators” in a statement late on Tuesday.
We have heard the best medical regulators in the world Morrison and they are not in the pay of Big Pharma unlike the TGA, you and most of your Cabinet. Like Barney Joyce said, you are a blatant liar and we know you just parrot misinformation supplied to you by vaccine companies.
Families of thousands of dead vaxx victims don’t believe you either.
Sacked NSW Liberal Premier Gladys Berejiklian copped a $10m backhander from Pfizer according to UAP leader Clive Palmer.
Thank God you and your close friend Anthony Albanese, leader of the communist Labor Party won’t be in your corporate offices much longer.
And Hillsong can’t bail you out this time.
Deputy PM Barny Joyce talks with renegade Liberal George Christensen
Love him or hate him Barny is talking the talk. What he hasn’t mentioned is that his father-in-law Peter Campion from Tolga on the Atherton Tablelands has been chosen by Clive Palmer and Craig Kelly to run against Bob Katter in his long-held federal seat of Kennedy.
The intellectual Peter Campion is no slouch when it comes to his pet subjects of climate change and the Covid plandemic. Peter, a former fireman, has been a long time letter writer to all northern newspapers and has a large following, most of whom agree with his cutting analysis of the climate hoax.
Next off the block is George Christensen the renegade federal Liberal Member for Dawson (Mackay) who is retiring from parliament but he has a website under the banner of Nation First.
His websites are: nationfirst.substack.com and www.georgechristensen.com.au/nation-first
George fought tenaciously against Covid mandates in federal parliament and Cairnsnews knows he is a committed Christian. He is a good, decent man who should have left the NWO Liberals years ago.
Look out in 2022 it will be a wild election ride in Far North Queensland.
Establishment meltdown as rebel Libs, Nats talk to Alex Jones, Steve Bannon
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
THE Australian corporate state has revealed it’s ugly underbelly with the detention for quarantine of rebel South Australian Liberal Senator Alex Antic, apparently because he believes his vaccination status is a private matter and has been pushing for answers about the source of South Australia’s Covid medical advice.
Antic, one of the 10 rebel senators who are fighting the Covid mandates supported by PM Scott Morrison and his gang of premiers he calls the National Cabinet, was met at Adelaide Airport on December 2 by media and cops who had been tipped off about Antic’s apparently non-vaccinated status.
The Senator was singled out and escorted to a “medi-hotel” for 14 days quarantine, just a few kilometres from his own home. According to media reports he was granted an exemption reserved for unvaccinated travellers. Media tried to make an issue out of the situation because they were told by Scott Morrison that “Alex is double-dose vaccinated”. Did Scott Morrison’s office set him up?
Antic posted a very revealing comment on his social media page: “On 29 September 2021 I made a Freedom of Information application to SA Health (which they’ve ignored) seeking copies of the medical advice they rely on to lock us down and mandate vaccines. It was escalated to the Ombudsman’s office on the 26th of November 2021. A week later SA Health detained me in a medi hotel.”
Antic then ruffled political and media establishment feathers by appearing on Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic program while locked in the hotel. Another rebel MP George Christensen created an ever greater flap when he appeared on Infowars.com with Alex Jones, warning Americans to “oppose these moves you’re seeing in Australia with every fibre in your body”.
Both of the Coalition politicians delivered clear and coherent warnings to the world on Australia’s descent into medical tyranny. “You’re a hero,” Bannon told the senator. Antic went on to explain to Bannon had he had been locked away in the hotel by “a health bureaucracy with unrivalled powers to do anything it can do to almost anyone”.
It was all too much for the Labor Party and their media allies who began to scream at Scott Morrison and Barnaby Joyce to “reign in these rebels”. How dare they appear on a “right wing conspiracy theorist’s internet show”, they whined. This is the old game of enforcing political correctness. Morrison, Agriculture Minister David Littleproud and Barnaby Joyce played along with this charade, mumbling half-baked objections about the holocaust and conspiracy theorists.
“I’ve been a person who has been very, very vocal about mandates, vaccine passports, discrimination, government overreach and bureaucratic overreach. Now all of a sudden I seem to have been singled out in what appears to be a political stunt and the only inference you can really draw from this is this has been quite pre-meditated,” the senator told the ABC.
Antic had a negative COVID test on Wednesday and said he truthfully answered all questions under the state guidelines, including whether he was fully vaccinated. “I’ve been very clear about my medical history and my medical care is a matter for myself and my family … my wife and my three-month-child is now at home for another two weeks without me,” he said.
He told Bannon he had done some polling out of his own office, and it showed about 50 percent of the South Australians thought it was OK for people to lose their job if they refused to take the Covid vaccine.
“Now, that’s incredibly alarming to me. … People like myself have to keep talking to our colleagues about winding back these Covid powers. These are all acts of parliament… In each state, they have gifted power to effectively the public service, the bureaucracy. That has to stop, and we have to do what I’ve been describing as a liberty order, which is every single power which was gifted needs to be returned. You know what happens when the unelected get hold of power, and the government gets into your life, they never let go. America can learn a lot of lessons from what is happening in Australia.”
Antic also filled Steve Bannon in on Australia’s so-called quarantine camps.
The first signs of establishment panic arose when Christensen slammed the Covid hysteria in a speech in Parliament in August. The speech was replayed on Infowars.com when Christensen was interviewed. This triggered the shrivelled political prune, ALP leader Anthony Albanese, who demanded Christensen’s resignation.
The speech went viral on the internet, but Labor and a good chunk of Christensen’s own Coalition and their media sycophants simply could not handle the truth of it. Rebel MP Craig Kelly had also been chiselling away at the crumbling edifice that is mainstream Australian party politics.
Fast forward to November-December and now 10 dissident Liberal-National senators and MPs have broken with the Coalition and Morrison’s duplicity over the Covid con and mass vaccination mandates. Morrison and his team of perception-manipulating spin doctors are no doubt trying their hardest to somehow spin this in their favour. They may even try to make some political gain by appearing to align with rising populist sentiment.
But it’s all smoke and mirrors. Morrison and his gaggle of bureaucrats and ministers are too far down the rabbit hole with big pharma, the WHO, CEPI, GAVI, Klaus Schwab, Gates-Rockefeller et al to do the right thing by the Australian people.
Uni’s need more than free speech to free them from Chinese control
KENNEDY MHR, Bob Katter said a review into the Australian education sector’s commitment to free speech and academic freedom, announced by the Federal Education Minister today, doesn’t go far enough.
Mr Katter said he will continue to pursue a full-blown parliamentary inquiry into foreign influence at Australian universities, which will be seconded by fellow maverick MP, Dawson’s George Christensen.
“In the twelve months following the outrageous attack on UQ student, Drew Pavlou, by pro-Chinese Communist Party thugs, nothing had happened,” he said.
“Since George Christensen and I joined in the battle, and the two 60 Minutes episodes went to air, we have had a prosecution launched against the thugs that physically attacked students who were standing up for democracy in Hong Kong.
“And now, the Federal Government has finally acted with an inquiry into free speech in the universities. I think the Government may be trying to hose us down a bit, by backing down from a full-blown parliamentary inquiry.”
Dan Tehan said former Deakin University vice-chancellor Sally Walker will be tasked with investigating whether universities are in alignment with the free speech code devised by former High Court chief justice Robert French.
Mr Katter said his inquiry was still necessary as the issue goes further than free speech, as foreign Communist dictatorships are controlling universities and their leadership – exemplified in the suspension of UQ’s Drew Pavlou.
“I can understand the Prime Minister’s hesitation to go for the whole hog, as 30 per cent of our exports go to China,” he said.
“But maybe the PM should let China think about what life will be like without the iron ore and coal coming from Australia.
“The other issue that needs to be desperately sorted out is our fuel reserves. We need petrol and diesel security. Otherwise our armed forces are a bloody joke. Without fuel for vehicles, are we going to expect our soldiers to carry artillery pieces on their shoulders?”
Mr Katter said he had talked to MPs from both sides of the political divide who were in strong support of the Inquiry into foreign interference at Australian universities, and he believed he had the numbers to get it through parliament.
Katter to kick the communists out of universities
Federal Member for Kennedy, Bob Katter has pleaded with North Queensland MPs and candidates (state and federal) to support an inquiry by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security into foreign influence at Australian universities, following the case of UQ student Drew Pavlou who was suspended after he was physically attacked during a pro-Hong Kong democracy rally on campus.
The KAP MP said the influence of the Chinese Communist Party went much further than the grounds of St Lucia. The agreement that James Cook University (JCU) recently signed with Xi’an University of Technology, for joint data science and engineering research projects as well as student and staff exchanges, must be properly scrutinised and investigated.
“I call upon the LNP Member for Herbert to support this Inquiry as he, along with myself, represents the people of the fortress city of Townsville,” he said.
“The Japanese had detailed photographs of every aspect of Pearl Harbour before that conflict kicked off. We now could have JCU, situated right beside some of the most intimate and sensitive parts of the Australian Defence Force’s communications infrastructure, working collaboratively with People’s Liberation Army scientists or on joint research projects in data science – and the People’s Liberation Army is a world leader in orchestrating cyber attacks on countries around the world, including Australia.
“The local brothels could pick up a few tips from these little, self-serving, visa-shop leeches at the universities. Mind you, in the brothels they don’t sell their souls, they only sell their bodies.”
Mr Katter has received support from Dawson MP, George Christensen, who will second the motion for the Federal Parliamentary Inquiry into foreign influence in Australian Universities.
“It is great to see Australians who are prepared to stand up for what they know is right,” he said.
“Democracy, freedom of speech and academic integrity are values this nation was founded on.”
Mr Katter said JCU had a number of questions to answer over the agreement made with Xi’an University in May.
“Australia’s leading defence and strategy think tank, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, in 2018 produced a report on the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) expansion of its research collaboration with universities outside China,” he said.
“It said that since 2007 the PLA has sponsored more than 2500 military scientists and engineers to study abroad and develop relationships with researchers and universities. The report estimates that of that number 300 have been sent to Australia.
“For the PLA, the objective is to pick flowers in foreign lands to make honey in Australia. The report says that Australia was in the top five countries engaged in research collaboration with the PLA in 2017.
“JCU has made an agreement with the Xi’an University to be involved in a new International Engineering College Shaanxi province. JCU and Xi’an University staff and students studying engineering and data science will collaborate with each other and be involved in joint research projects. The PLA is heavily involved in China’s global cyber hacking programme and has an interest in data science and engineering.
“JCU must explain what it will do to make sure that no student involved in these arrangements is a member of or sponsored by the People’s Liberation Army. It also must say if it will seek advice from Australia’s security agencies about all students and academics nominated by Xi’an University to be involved in any joint research projects. In addition, the University needs to tell us what it will do to prevent the theft of intellectual property.”