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!
A treasure trove of ammo against the Australian NWO and the ALP/LNP/Greens triumvirate
by Diane Drayton Buckland
Informed Choice Australia
Know Your Rights – Wearing Masks
Employers Requesting Vaccination
Covid Safe App & “Checking In”
Mandatory Vaccination is NOT legal in Australia *******
BHP’s COVID vaccine mandate at NSW mine unlawful, Fair Work Commission finds
The full bench of the Fair Work Commission has found a decision by mining giant BHP to make COVID-19 vaccinations at a Hunter Valley mine mandatory was not lawful or reasonable.
The Fair Work Commission has ruled that BHP mishandled the consultation process in its attempt to introduce a vaccination mandate at the Mt Arthur mine
The CFMEU has slammed BHP as “arrogant” for attempting to impose the mandate, but the commission’s judgement leaves room for the consultation process to be reopened
BHP says “the science is clear that vaccination saves lives” and that it would work with the union to keep workers as safe as possible
More than 30 workers at BHP Billiton’s Mt Arthur coal mine were stood down after being unable to provide evidence of their vaccination status.
Lawyers for union officials fought against the mandate, arguing there was a lack of consultation.
On Friday the commission’s full bench said the direction was not covered by the mine’s enterprise agreement for workers.
The CFMEU, which spearheaded the court action, says the decision is a “win for the rights of workers” and slammed BHP as “arrogant” in the way it went about imposing the mandate.
BHP said it was “assessing the implications of the decision” and noted that the commission had acknowledged the dangers posed by COVID-19.
The dispute had been deemed a ‘”seminal case” because of its potential ramifications for workplace vaccination rules.
But in its judgement, the commission said the outcome might have been different if BHP had handled things differently:
Video: Jab Mandates Are the Rehearsal, the Future Will be Worse: Prof. David M. Haskell
By Prof. David Millard Haskell
Global Research, November 29, 2021
CALGARY STAFF AND ALL PEOPLE IN CALGARY – HERE IS THE NOTICE OF LIABILITY TO STOP MANDATED VACCINES
TO ALL CALGARY CITY STAFF, POLICE AND FIRST RESPONDERS – URGENT MESSAGE ABOUT MANDATORY VACCINES
Australia’s and USA et al vaccination policies are totally corrupted with the most obscene systemic and extensive conflicts of interest.
Independent Researchers have been screaming about this for so long but the system is so systemically corrupted and there has never been anyone/Independent Body/ Investigative Body to hold them to account – nobody cares as long as those corporate revolving doors kept on rolling $$$$$$$$$$ to governments – but when they start mandating vaccinations and/or any other medical treatments/or anything else whatsoever, that’s not on – if the governments want/need associations/partnerships/memberships $$$$$$ with Pharmaceutical Industry and other corporate bodies A SIMPLE RULE IS THAT NO MANDATES FOR ANYTHING AT ANYTIME FROM ANYWHERE CAN BE ENACTED EVER !!!!
This is only a fraction of the extensive and systemic COI >
AUSTRALIAN DOT CONNECTIONS – A MASSIVE WEB OF CORRUPTION
Australian Government Thugs and Tyrants using the population for human dartboards for their covid atrocities > the population will be most interested in this.
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST in Australian Vaccination Policies – Tip of the Needle examples
How your IGA can fight the corporate slag heap enforcing vaccine tyranny
AUSTRALIA’S top business corporations – especially those in retail – are enforcing Morrison and the premiers’ unlawful, tyrannical attack on the unvaccinated population and vaccine mandates.
These corporate slag heaps, as typified by names like Westfield, who run just about every shopping mall in Australia and all over the globe, and Wesfarmers, who own a conglomerate of brands like Bunnings, Coles and Officeworks, should be avoided like the plague.
Wait a minute you say, they won’t let the “unclean, unvaccinated” in their doors anyway. But they will if it’s an “essential” supermarket like Coles (owned by Wesfarmers) or Woolies (Woolworths Group) or Aldi.
Woolworths owns Big W, and liquor stores including Dan Murphy’s, BWS and Cellarmasters. The trio of grog sellers somehow managed to worm their way into the “essential” category, but not Big W, which is demanding proof of vaccination at the door or it’s goodbye – as discovered to the annoyance of a Cairns News reader from Geelong who was looking for a bicycle tyre tube. So much for their “inclusivity policy”.
Maybe the best way around this is to shop at Woolworths’ major competitor IGA, who also operate as Drakes IGA. Drakes supermarkets in South Australia recently took a public stand that they were open for all, but it apparently decided to tone it all down. Nevertheless, their intentions were good, so why not give them your ‘dollar vote’.
Woolworths Makes Proposal to Acquire Australian Pharmaceutical Industries
Published: Dec. 1, 2021
Robbie Katter tells Premier ‘no mandate’ needed only personal choice for vaxx
From Hansard October 27, 2021
Mr KATTER (Traeger—KAP) (4.54 pm): I rise to speak on behalf of the KAP against the government’s motion. The KAP has been quite clear on our position. We respect the job that any government is trying to do in rolling these vaccinations out.
From the start our message has been that we recommend that people consult their doctor or talk to their medical adviser and get advice from them and make their choice, and when they make that choice we respect that. We are a party that founded itself on personal freedoms and choices, so we are trying to be true to the principles that people voted for us on in that respect.
The government is faced with an extraordinary situation—we accept that—but there are some interesting points to reflect on in the context of this debate. I am told that childhood vaccinations are around 95 per cent, so no-one is holding a gun to their heads. When people trust the science and trust what people are telling them, they can make logical choices.
What we are consistently hearing is, ‘The more I’m being told by government I’m forced to do this, the more I don’t want to get it. I’ve got nothing against vaccinations.’ There is the question of trust here, because those of us in North Queensland have been fed garbage about tree-clearing science and we have been fed garbage about the reef science. Peter Ridd pulled out and was sacked for it, and no-one has proved him wrong.
No-one is game to even try to prove him wrong; they just got rid of him out of the job. This is all flawing the trust in government and the science. It underscores the fact that under normal conditions people reasonably would say, ‘Yeah, I’ll get the vaccination. I’ve got no problem.’ However, when the government starts forcing and saying, ‘This is what’s got to be done,’ that is when it is encountering problems.
The other issue I want to raise is that, on reflection for me, we are having trouble keeping hospitals open in the electorate. Julia Creek was downgraded and I am told that it still will not go back to a 24-hour service. We cannot get nurses into hospitals in some areas. Some extra staffing does come, but if not they are still told to rollout this massive health program. Someone said that it was only 20 per cent in Doomadgee. I rang up Doomadgee asking if there was a sentiment against it. I was told, ‘No, there’s not really a sentiment against it.’
Therefore, I made the assumption that they had not had proper exposure to getting either education or having the vaccine there available to them. Another family pulled me up in town the other week to say that their kids were given one day to go into Richmond to get it. They were told, ‘You’ve got to go on this day to get it.’ They said, ‘We’re mustering cattle. We’re busy. We can’t get in that day.’ Tough luck!
Then there is the question of health services. If we cannot even perform the primary health functions in regional and rural areas, how can we be expected to roll this out on top? Before the government starts mandating and enforcing this, it has to lift its game on the other things it can be doing. There is a lot more that can be done before forcing this down people’s throats.