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Qld cops, teachers and nurses speak out in defiance of Covid mandates

By staff writers

A retired Queensland police officer says the Queensland Police Union “are a bunch of cowards” for not supporting its members over informed choice with the Covid jab.

(Back) Former veteran police officer, Phil Nataro; Tracy Tully, Teachers Union and nurse, Margaret Gilbert, (Front) Leader of Katters Australian party, Robbie Katter and KAP Member for Hinchinbrook, Nick Dametto slammed the Labor Government and Liberal Opposition for their ongoing silence about Parliamentarians being forced to get the jab.

The Queensland Police Union President and former officer Ian Leavers is probably best known for his controversial public comments a few years ago “…only police officers should be allowed to own firearms…” in Queensland.

This is the union, like a lot of others that has become part and parcel of the Queensland Labor Party government. Perhaps the most outstanding, recent example of union and government solidarity was in Melbourne last week when many thousands of paid-up CFMEU members took to the streets in defiance of the corrupt Daniels’ regime of forced jabs and the union’s leadership being in bed with the corrupt Premier Andrew Daniels. Melbourne is now proving to be a Chinese Communist Party enclave after it was discovered last year the Victoria Labor Party was in solid partnership with the Chinese government.

Speaking on the podium with leader of Katters Australian Party, Robbie Katter, veteran cop Phil Nataro was scathing of the union which he said was once a very powerful body.

He said it was none of the government’s business if he was vaccinated or not.

“I shouldn’t have to tell anyone if I am vaccinated or not, it’s a personal choice,” Mr Nataro told the news conference.

“That’s what this is all about. Now we have unprecedented bullying and segregation in the police force and it needs to stop and someone in the executive leadership team has to grow a head and say enough is enough.

“You can’t keep doing this to your members.”

Representing the Teachers Union Tracy Tully and nurse Margaret Gilbert also castigated the Labor government for forcing union members out of their jobs over a lack of informed consent.

Ms Tully said the Public Service in Queensland and Australia was abusing its power and the Westminster system of government.

“They are not following the rules and regulations and they must consult comprehensively and they must provide risk assessment which they are not doing.”

Citing the hypocrisy of the current double standards when the Premier refuses to mandate the jab for politicians, Mr Katter said the motion would be designed to test whether “what’s good enough for the goose was good enough for the gander” in Queensland.  

Mr Katter said all levels of government had pushed the boundaries on individual choice, personal freedom and civic liberties over the last 18 months in the name of the pandemic.  

He said one of the worst examples was elected leaders’ silence on the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for State’s 15,000-strong police workforce and 90,000 Queensland Health employees.

To date, Education Minister Grace Grace has not ruled out mandating vaccinations for Queensland teachers and early childhood educators.

“While the KAP has encouraged all Queenslanders to have a conversation with their doctor about getting the vaccination, we are staunchly opposed to vaccine mandates,” Mr Katter said.

“In particular we have an issue with the way people’s employment and their fundamental need to earn an income has been used coercively to demand they comply.

“Our offices have been contacted by people right across the State, many who are employed in the policing and nursing professions, who feel very strongly about the importance of choice with relation to vaccines – however they feel they are unable to speak out.

“Yet at the same the requirements that have been forced on to our police, our nurses and health care workers, possibly our teachers and many in the private sector, are not required of politicians.

“We feel this smacks of double standards and arrogance and would like to know what justification the Premier and Opposition Leader have for their silence on this.”

Mr Katter said if the Parliament was unwilling to mandate vaccines for politicians, it should immediately ban double-jabs being required for other workers.  

Qld Labor Party will not force MP’s to get jab but enforces it for most public servants

MP Robbie Katter hits out at Premier’s hypocrisy – is she afraid of another jab?

Queensland Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk won’t force the state’s politicians to get the jab but on the other hand is forcing 115,000 public servants to run the dangerous spike protein gauntlet which, according the the world’s leading epidemiologists has been designed to eventually kill.

The Queensland Labor Government has denied the Queensland Parliament an opportunity to debate the double standards it is presiding over which give MPs freedom of choice around COVID-19 vaccines while allowing jab mandates to be enforced in other workplaces.

To date, the State’s 15,000-strong police workforce and 90,000 Queensland Health employees have been subject to vaccine mandates that have required workers to either comply or be forced out of a job.

The Education Minister Grace Grace has not yet publicly ruled out requiring vaccinations for Queensland teachers and early childhood educators, and mandates are already in place across the private sector. This includes in the aviation and transport industries. 

MP Robbie Katter says the Premier is full of double standards by forcing several thousands of resignations by police and public servants who are awake to the deadly jab and refuse to take it

Today Katter’s Australian Party Leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter attempted to move a motion in the Queensland Parliament, calling on the Palaszczuk Labor Government to intervene in workforce vaccine mandates unless it requires all State politicians be vaccinated. 

Citing the hypocrisy of the current double standards, KAP Leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter said the motion was designed to test whether “what’s good enough for the goose was good enough for the gander” in Queensland. 

Unfortunately it was voted down by the Labor Party meaning the debate could not even go ahead. 

Mr Katter said all levels of government had pushed the boundaries on individual choice, personal freedom and civic liberties over the last 18 months in the name of the pandemic. 

He said while the KAP’s position was to encourage all Queenslanders to have a conversation with their doctor about getting the COVID-19, and other, vaccines, the Party was staunchly opposed to vaccine mandates.

The text of the KAP’s motion was:

That this House agrees

  1. That all Queenslanders should be encouraged to get vaccinations, including COVID-19 vaccinations;
  2. That workplace vaccination mandates contravene fundamental rights of healthcare choice and access to employment free from discrimination and coercion because of healthcare choices;
  3. That breaching these rights through a vaccination mandate cannot be imposed by any business, government entity or authority without consent of the Queensland Parliament; and
  4. A breach of these rights may only be implemented when all Members of the Queensland Parliament are required to be fully vaccinated.

Mr Katter said it had been a disappointing day for democracy in the state of Queensland.

‘Delicate daisies’ being created by socialist curricula in schools

Letter to the Editor

Magistrate Stuart Shearer (CM 27-5) correctly said “The younger generation is a bunch of ‘Fragile Princesses’ who can’t handle being called names”, as he sentenced a man who broke into his neighbours home stealing $9,000 worth of goods and doing $1,000 damage, because he was called a “junkie”.

Magistrate Shearer (below, reputedly one of the state’s harshest Magistrates) said his generation was taught “Sticks and stones may break bones, but names can never hurt you”. This was once written on the wall near the blackboard in every school and should be reinstated. How about it Education Minister, get these words back up on the wall near the blackboard in every school.

State Schools with socialist agendas are a causative factor for massive amounts of crime and unrest in the community by NOT teaching the above, resilience, self-discipline, and tolerance. Our teacher would challenge us to see who could hold their hand above their head the longest, who could hop the furthest on their left leg and many others, to teach us self-discipline. 

Almost every problem in the community has a base factor caused by lack of Self-discipline and Tolerance. The Victorian Government threw $2 Billion at domestic violence to solve the problem, the usual stupidity of politicians with their mental aberration belief that throwing money solves problems, without any consideration of identifying causative factors and dealing with reality. There appear no identifiable changes to DV statistics in Victoria, just a lot of people having jobs on big wages that will achieve nothing other than generating self-adulating reports to ministers that are quoted in the press as some form of (failed) achievement.

The ‘Delicate Daisies’ being created in schools by similar ilk cannot handle reality, life is tough, you have to do things you don’t like, you have to clean the toilet — its your turn.  You have to go to work and be productive, and you will be told firmly if  your work is not up to standard — No, it is not bullying, or racial discrimination because your skin colour is different to the managers, it is not vilification when you are told several times to  improve or be dismissed — your delicate sensitivities and attitude need serious improvement, get up to accepted standards — grow up.

We have industries based on servicing these failed products of school, children are taught to complain if spoken to a bit roughly. We have legislation that drags us down to the lowest level of those who you feel bullied, discriminated, or need counselling if they perceive a sexist word was used. The whole discrimination industry and legislation needs throwing out, and complainants told grow-up, toughen-up, and learn that “Sticks and stones may break bones, but names can never hurt you”, or seek mental health assistance.

from G J May

Forestdale

Editor Jim O’Toole: Is it any wonder the entire Queensland community in particular Townsville and Cairns are suffering the worst outbreak of juvenile crime in the history of the state. Older people are locking themselves in their homes, afraid to go shopping, can’t leave their cars anywhere in fear of being car-jacked or stolen and juvenile, mostly Aboriginal youths rule the streets with impunity.

Police are at their wits end. Courts have revolving doors through Maccas.

If you are one of many thousands of juvenile crime victims tell socialist Education Minister Comrade Grace Grace (below) to shape up or get out. We can guarantee her car won’t be one of the several thousand stolen each year in Queensland

“We own this land so get out of my way” Aboriginal youth yell at pedestrians walking along footpaths. When they were visiting holiday hotspots such as Cairns, international tourists became horrified after being pushed onto the road by disrespectful black kids as happened many times in recent years.

This disgusting behaviour has been fostered by a generation of socialist teachers in Queensland State Schools who toe the United Nations’, Marxist land rights line driven into them by the comrades infesting universities.

As a result a great deal of Aboriginal kids claim they don’t have to go to school and they can do what they like because “we own everything,” which of course they don’t. Until these misguided, budding criminals, some as young as nine, who regard going to jail as a badge of honour, are taken to remote rehabilitation and training camps and taught how respect applies to every person and that they are responsible for their own actions, the race to the bottom will continue.

Trying to involve the majority of parents of these runaway kids is counter-productive, children’s advocates have discovered. Their mothers and fathers living on ‘sit-down-money’ in many cases are too addicted to drugs and alcohol to bother.

Unfortunately the many good parents get tarred with the same brush through no fault of their own.

The socialist Queensland Labor Party will change nothing and have included even more jaundiced ‘Aboriginal studies’ into the curriculum.

During this four year term of the Queensland Labor Party, it is mooted the socialists will usher in Cape York as a separate, independent Aboriginal state, supported by the Cape York Land Council, Balkanu, their business arm and the Northern Land Council.

Most of Cape York Peninsula has already been given to Aboriginal groups who have their own local government councils with a handful of white CEO’s. Lawless communities such as Aurukun, where two weeks ago another spate of drug and alcohol-fueled stabbings saw more houses burnt down was unreported by any media.

It is not hard to imagine the fate of the many decent inhabitants of remote Aboriginal communities when they gain statehood.

There is no Aboriginal industry on Cape York, less than 20 white pastoralists remain and resources giant Rio Tinto dominates the limited mining industry.

Investigators have discovered the Aboriginal member of parliament for the electorate taking in Cape York and Torres Strait, was one of a number of Labor candidates elected by voter fraud at the October 2020 state election.

Consequently, a lot of Far Northerners repeatedly tell Cairns News they will not bother voting again in the Dismal State. More hard Labor and don’t expect any help from the hopeless, languishing Liberals.#

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