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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.

Federal election year 2022 looks to be a seminal event in Far North Queensland where, in spite of claims by Comrade Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk of 90 per cent vaxxed, medical sources say the real vaxx rate is about 60 per cent. This is right up Peter’s alley.

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

georgechristensen.com.au

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.

Up to 97 per cent of the Great Barrier Reef is in pristine condition – Independent Peter Campion

An independent candidate for the rural seat of Hill (SW Cairns) in October’s state election has harshly criticised a 2008 amendment to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act of 1975 that gives “wrongologists an escape clause for damage done to farmers by their questionable expertise and advice to government”.

Peter Campion of Tolga, a retired fireman, is a long-term climate change sceptic and energy realist who has been a regular contributor to the Cairns Post’s ‘Letters to the Editor’ column. Mr Campion is standing for Hill against the Katter Party’s Shane Knuth.

Peter Campion, is a repetitive letter writer published in North Queensland newspapers campaigning about the scientific foibles of climate change but is better known as Barnaby Joyce’s new father-in-law.

“The GPRMPA Act came about due to concerns for the Great Barrier Reef, which initially stemmed from early Reef tourism operators’ misunderstandings of natural reef systems and cycles – especially relating to the ‘gardeners of the Reef’, the Crown of Thorns starfish,” he said.

“The GBRMPA Act had been in operation for 33 years before Reef researchers felt the need to have an escape clause inserted.

“To me, that suggests that by 2008 they had realised there was a fair chance they were wrong.”

The amendment that has drawn Mr Campion’s scorn is in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2008, which inserts a “precautionary principle” clause.

“The amendment describes the precautionary principle as ‘… the principle that lack of full scientific certainty should not be used as a reason for postponing a measure to prevent degradation of the environment where there are threats of serious or irreversible environmental damage.’”, Mr Campion said.

“On the basis of this blatantly ridiculous ‘precautionary principle’ all farms , industries, towns, sewage systems, and roads should be closed as they all represent a threat to the environment.

“A better precautionary principle would be the proper Popperian scientific method that automatically assumes all science is only correct until such time as it is proved that it is not – which happens far more often than you’d think.

“It is just horrific to think that these scientists, who completely failed to produce their proof to the recent federal Senate inquiry into the Palaszczuk government’s anti-farmer reef regulations, suspected 12 years ago that their work might not be reliable. Why else would they lobby for an escape clause to give cover for their own malfeasance?” he said.

The scientists at the focus of Mr Campion’s anger, Ian Chubb, Geoff Garrett, and Ove Hoegh-Gulberg, took to the far-left website The Guardian to attack the Senate inquiry as a form of defence of their research. Notably this is the research that Professor Peter Ridd was sacked from JCU for suggesting might be unreliable.

Mr Campion noted, “In their own article they still had to admit that ‘little more than 3% of the coral’ may be negatively affected by water quality issues. That means 97 per cent of the Reef is unaffected, but they still want to impose draconian controls on our food producers.

“This is an outrage. These individuals, and their institutions, are unworthy of any further support from taxpayers and the Palaszczuk government’s anti-farmer Reef regulations must be repealed immediately.”

Email: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority:  info@gbrmpa.gov.au

Queensland Premier:  premiers.master@premiers.qld.gov.au

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