The WHO released its White paper for consultation on 4 May 2022 calling it Strengthening the Global Architecture for Health Emergency Preparedness, Response and Resilience.
The Executive summary shows how the unfolding plan of WHO intends to pull all nations in the world under its health emergency preparedness, response, and resilience (HEPR) architecture.
They say this will be achieved under the aegis of a new overarching Pandemic Accord. Their use of the word aegis comes from the world of mythology, and it has various meanings including a violent windstorm, a divine shield, and a goatskin garment. The WHO logo depicts a staff with a serpent coiled around it, which many health organisations use as well. Is this the serpent deity that will encircle the world? The serpent’s ability to periodically peel the outer covering off its entire body without harm and immediately regrow a new body covering has mythologized the serpent even to the extent that it encompasses the whole of nature and existence. The UN is a body of agencies that covers everything, fully intent on transforming the world yet under the aegis of a violent windstorm.
The writer of The Marshall Report, Dianne Marshall, penned these awesome words describing the UN.
“Remember their creepy display of school backpacks…lined like grave markers…this was all a part of their enchantments…today the children are targeted for death jabs. Coincidence? …Just take a good look at WHO and their involvement with world mandates and toxic bioweapons.”
The WHO says that the Pandemic Accord will be the overarching of the nations.
Its architecture has three tiers:
- Global Health Emergency Council and World Health Assembly (WHA) Committee for Emergencies
- Amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005)
- Scale-up universal health preparedness reviews and monitoring
- Global health emergency workforce that is trained to common standards, interoperable, rapidly deployable, scalable and equipped
- Network of health emergency coordination hubs
- Standardize approaches to strategic planning, financing, operations
- Monitoring of health emergency preparedness and response
- Partnerships for a whole-of-society approach for collaborative surveillance, community protection, clinical care, and access to countermeasures
- Co-ordinating platform for financing domestic investment
- Direct existing and gap-filling international financing
- Establish Financial Intermediary Fund for pandemic preparedness and response
- Expand WHO Contingency Fund for Emergencies
- Make WHO strong at the centre of the global HEPR architecture
This Pandemic Accord is currently under negotiation. A final version of the Director-General’s proposals will be provided ahead of the Seventy-fifth World Health Assembly scheduled for 22 May – 28 May 2022.
The Australian Government has made a final ad before the 2022 federal election and it’s surprisingly honest and informative. Occasional explicit language
|The duopoly government only works if you VOTE them back into dictatorship on May 21st|
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
By Alison Ryan
Media is flooded with the speech by Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, Liberal Senator from NSW, and rightly so.
This is an alert for all Australians who want to see honest statesmen and not corrupt politicians, who use their position to feather their own personal nests, in governance,
‘Morrison is not fit to be prime minister’: ‘Morrison is not interested in rules-based order. It is his way or the highway — an autocrat and a bully who has no moral compass.’ CONCETTA FIERRAVANTI-WELLS
MAR 30, 2022
Liberal Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells is leaving Parliament, having been demoted to an unwinnable spot on the NSW Senate ticket. In a speech to Parliament yesterday, she revealed what she really feels about the PM and the machinations of her party.
Given the events and outcomes of the dodgy preselection where I lost by a handful of votes last Saturday, my time in this place will finish on June 30, 2022. Accordingly, there are a few matters I wish to place on the record before my departure. Many in this place would be aware of the history I have had with Scott Morrison. Let me give some clarity and context to that history so there can be no misunderstanding.
In order to understand the man, it is best to look at his past actions. While professing to be a man of faith and claiming centre right status, Morrison is a product of the left, having worked for Bruce Baird. He is adept at running with the foxes and hunting with the hounds, lacking a moral compass and having no conscience. His actions conflict with his portrayal as a man of faith. He has used his so-called faith as a marketing advantage. We learnt the leader of his Hillsong Church group, Brian Houston, was a mentor to Morrison. Houston recently stood down as head of Hillsong because he was charged with sexual offences. It is noteworthy that, in the past, Houston flew top cover for his paedophile father.
[Editor’s note: Houston was not charged with sexual offences, but resigned after being found to have breached Hillsong’s code of conduct.]
When Morrison worked for Tourism Australia, he backstabbed his minister Fran Bailey. Eventually he was fired from the position. As state director of the New South Wales division of the Liberal Party, Morrison honed his manipulative skills when overseeing the Wentworth preselection to unseat Peter King. About 120 membership applications were rejected to help Turnbull get selected, the person Morrison ultimately backstabbed.
Morrison might profess to be Christian, but there was nothing Christian about what was done to Michael Towke. When Morrison made his run for the seat of Cook, there were several hopefuls, including Towke, Fletcher and Coleman. Towke won the ballot in the first round with 84 votes. Morrison got eight votes. Having lost the ballot, Morrison and his cronies went to Sam Dastyari to get dirt on Towke, who had been in the Labor Party for a period of time whilst at university. This dossier of anecdotes was weaponised and leaked to the media to the point where Towke’s reputation was destroyed.
I am advised that there are several statutory declarations to attest to racial comments made by Morrison at the time that we can’t have a Lebanese person in Cook. The state executive voted 12 to 11 not to endorse Towke and ordered a modified selection process. The only way that Towke could get political exoneration for a future run was to agree to put his numbers behind Morrison. Morrison met with David Clarke and I and promised various things. Of course he took our votes and never delivered.
After the selection Towke joined my staff. He subsequently sued the newspapers for defamation. He won his cases but this was cold comfort. Morrison, his cronies and the Liberal establishment in New South Wales had destroyed a good, young man. I regret the day that Clarke and I agreed to put Morrison into Cook. Since then Morrison has never faced a preselection. Hence the trampling of members’ rights in New South Wales. Denying them proper preselections and installing captain’s picks is classic Morrison.
He and his consigliore, Alex Hawke, have deliberately contrived a crisis in New South Wales through a year of delays in not having selections. Hawke, as his representative on state executive for months and months, failed to attend nomination review committee meetings to review candidates, thereby holding up preselections. Spurious arguments were mounted to justify the unjustifiable. The constitution was trashed. There is a putrid stench of corruption emanating from the New South Wales division of the Liberal Party.
All of this was under the eye of Philip Ruddock. As a former attorney-general, I am appalled that he has allowed Morrison to bully his way to a situation where the next election has been put at risk all to save Hawke’s career. This is what it’s all about. Hawke knows that if he faces a plebiscite preselection, he will lose. Morrison has railroaded federal executive into setting up not only a committee which endorsed Hawke, Ley and Zimmerman but a second committee which is now endorsing captain’s picks in seats like Parramatta and Hughes, which were scheduled for preselections this week.
So what is the hold that Hawke has over Morrison? Good question, especially given Hawke’s own corrupt antics in New South Wales. During a speech advocating for a federal integrity commission, I referred to Hawke’s activities and the dealings of the Baulkham Hills branch. At a meeting in 2018, 10 members were admitted to the branch. This was confirmed in text messages from the branch secretary. Hawke was present at the meeting. He saw what went on. I’m told there is video evidence of the meeting. I also have relevant documents, including correspondence sent to Morrison on the issue.
After the meeting, the minutes were falsified to show that the 10 members were not accepted. Statutory declarations were provided to counter this falsity. The branch was eventually suspended by state executive. The branch president and secretary, both acolytes of Hawke, refused to provide statutory declarations. Despite clear evidence of fraud, Hawke’s role in this process has never been fully disclosed. The New South Wales state director has sat on this matter for years. Legal proceedings are now on foot, and I look forward to the day when Hawke will be required to give evidence under oath to explain his corrupt conduct.
There is a very appropriate saying here: the fish stinks from the head. Morrison and Hawke have ruined the Liberal Party in New South Wales by trampling its constitution. Indeed, I understand at a federal executive meeting Morrison was asked whether he was running a protection racket in New South Wales.
In recent months I have kept members of the division updated. I have received hundreds, if not thousands, of emails outlining their disgust. They have lost faith in the party. They want to leave. They don’t like Morrison and they don’t trust him. They continue to despair at our prospects at the next federal election, and they blame Morrison for this. Our members do not want to help in the upcoming election. By now you might be getting the picture that Morrison is not interested in rules-based order. It is his way or the highway — an autocrat and a bully who has no moral compass.
Now to my own situation. Having lost by a handful of votes last Saturday and having analysed the data, I know the numbers tell their own story. Clearly, my push for democracy in the New South Wales division was certainly not welcome. This would mean that the factional operatives can’t control preselections. For years, figures in the Liberal Party have denied the existence of factions and criticised the ALP. This is hypocrisy, given that the Liberal Party is now no different to the Labor Party.
In addition, having been a critic of Morrison on a range of policy matters, I was a marked woman. I have known for a number of years of the machinations involving the PMO and others to move me on. Recent media reports confirmed a deal agreed to by Hawke, Yaron Finkelstein from the PMO, Charles Perrottet, Dallas McInerney, Trent Zimmerman and Matt Kean. In my case, Dallas McInerney from Catholic Schools NSW was encouraged to run against me. Realising he did not have support from the conservative base to win a preselection, they resorted to getting Jim Molan to run, despite Molan having promised he would only see out the Sinodinos term.
In my case, Wade McInerney, brother of Dallas, worked in my office for five years. Following his departure to work for Robert Assaf at Greyhound Racing NSW, I discovered he was engaged in inappropriate conduct and activities. I was duty-bound to refer him to the Australian Federal Police, the Department of Finance and the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency.
Having engaged lawyers and fought hard for a preselection, I got it because my enemies realised my strong support from delegates meant Plan B had to be implemented. Dom Perrottet’s premiership is held together by a thread through a so-called unity deal with the Kean-Poulos left. For years the Perrottets have railed against Hawke, threatening to prosecute the Baulkham Hills matter but never delivering. The Perrottets, the McInerneys, Assaf etc had only about 30 votes between them. In the ultimate act of treachery those numbers were press-ganged into voting for Hawke’s candidate, Molan. Why? In short, the so-called conservative premier aligned with his so-called enemy Hawke to do a deal: Morrison gets his captain’s picks in federal seats and no state members jump ship to the federal arena, which would in turn have crippled the premiership of a supine and weak state leader.
In my public life I have met ruthless people. Morrison tops the list, followed closely by Hawke. Morrison is not fit to be prime minister and Hawke certainly is not fit to be a minister.
This video, we are posting again has been on our files since 2015, a must view by all Australians.
Not restricted to Queensland, this agenda-driven dictatorship applies to all of Australia. The video explains the mechanics of how Australian duopoly governments are not accountable to the people relying on political party faithful sheeple voters to remain in power and untouchable.
A call to all Australian veterans to stand once again to defend your country from the Deep State enemy within.
Not with arms, but with the diggers guts and determination to defend Australia, take back from the duopoly governments your nation, your rights, and your freedom they have stolen for their agenda of NWO genocide.
By Shane Dowling – https://kangaroocourtofaustralia.com
One of Scott Morrison’s senior staffers and a current and former Liberal Party MP are involved in another sex scandal to hit the federal parliament with federal police investigating. In an odd side twist, it has already claimed the scalp of a staffer working for federal Labor MP Kristina Keneally but more on that later in the article.
The bottom line to the scandal is a female Liberal Party member claims she had a sexual relationship with Liberal Party MP after he lied about his marital status. He subsequently retired from politics, but he is alleged to have also had an affair with a current federal Liberal MP. The female Liberal Party member complained via email to a senior NSW Liberal Party executive, but she says no action was taken. She also says she complained to senior member of Scott Morrison’s office who then also acted inappropriately. Read more
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Your duopoly Government are trying to pass a bill that will ALLOW THEM TO DETAIN UN-VAXXED PEOPLE…..Petition EN3285 – Reject Biosecurity Ammendment Bill 2021
We are opposed to the Biosecurity Amendment (Enhanced Risk Management) Bill 2021, specifically in relation to broadening the scope of the current Biosecurity Act 2015 to include biosecurity enforcement orders upon “classes of individuals”, specifically requiring them to wear specified clothing or equipment (108M), to be relocated and detained (108L), for an indefinite time (108 (2) ) and to provide body samples to the World Health Organization (108P). While we understand that these changes are meant to be imposed upon groups arriving into the country by plane or vessels, it does not expressly exclude the possibility of it also being applied to other “classes” of people such as the unvaccinated, or to certain ethnic, religious or politicosocial groups residing within Australia.
We therefore ask the House to reject this bill. In its present form it does not offer adequate protections or limitations of overreaching use against certain classes of people, such as the un-vaccinated.