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.
by Han Barkmeyer
We will not only have Digital Drivers Licences, but also Digital Passports, meaning total government control over our lives.
From: Thales – Building a future we can all trust
The virtual passport was initiated in 2015 in Australia out of a hackaton-style innovation by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
It aims to see information from Australian passports stored in the cloud, alongside bio-metric identifiers, giving Australian citizens the opportunity for document-free travel between Australia and New Zealand.
Thales Group, is a founding member of the Security Identity Alliance, which is a stakeholder in the UN’s Legal Identity Agenda Task Force that has set the establishment of digital identification for all by 2030. Thales Group has also developed a “smart health card” and digital ID wallet technology.
While the government of France, which has imposed among the strictest COVID-19 restrictions in Europe and has used ‘vaccine passports’ to shut the un-vaccinated out of many public spaces and activities, is Thales’ top shareholder (25.7%), Vanguard is the sixth largest, at 1.31%.
THALES GROUP … IS THE STAKEHOLDER IN THE UN’s LEGAL IDENTITY TASK FORCE THAT HAS SET THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DIGITAL IDENTIFICATION FOR ALL BY 2030 !!!
Pressure Mounts on Queensland’s First Jewish Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk to Overturn Public Hospital Renaming Decision (2018)
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National Press Club today (01-02-2022) network 10 political editor, Peter Van Onselen reads a text message from a Cabinet Minister and Gladys Berejiklian describing the Prime Minister as a horrible, horrible person and did not trust him,.. a psycho as part of the millions march against mandatory vaccination rally are looking through the window.
Letter to the Editor
For those who actually think this Canberra convoy is an anti-vaxx protest…….
It’s the cancelled surgeries.
It’s the family and friends we haven’t been allowed to see. The elderly parents passing away alone.
It’s the funerals of loved ones we haven’t been allowed to attend, and the limit to how many can celebrate their death or even attend at all.
It’s the kids cancelled birthday parties. The 2+ year olds that have never had a birthday party yet, nor attended one.
It’s the sharp decline in mental health. Because the worst thing for depression is being lonely. It’s the cancelled vacations, work trips, festivals, concerts, parties, reunions, and weddings.
It’s telling us how many people are allowed to attend our weddings.
It’s masking our children while they sit in class, run during gym, and play outside.
It’s having to choose between a vaccine that’s given your neighbour heart problems, or your mother Bell’s Palsy or losing your job.
It’s our health care workers, our hero’s, losing their jobs. Our public servants losing their jobs. Our health care workers exhausted from trying to keep it together day after day!It’s the parents that have been forced to leave work to homeschooling their kids.
It’s missing work and defaulting on mortgages and bills.
It’s creating it to be so easy to choose to stay home instead of work and being rewarded with “free” money.
It’s that money, that “free” money that we’re all going to have to pay back through taxes eventually.
It’s the isolation, the separation. It’s telling us how many can come over for Christmas.
It’s the hours spent listening to our government officials dictate every inch of our lives.
It’s the fear mongering that’s been instilled upon us by our leaders and every single news outlet.
It’s the vacationers that have been stranded on cruise ships, resorts and in airports.
It’s been the excuse for nearly every single business to jack it’s prices up, “because Covid”.
It’s the reason many were no longer able to build their dream homes, or move provinces away to their newly bought homes.
It’s the dads not being able to be present for their unborn babies ultrasound.
It’s the mothers giving birth and being told both our husbands and mother can’t be there unless both vaccinated.
It’s the hugs we’ve missed out on.
It’s the pro sports cancelled. Kids sports cancelled. Gym classes cancelled. Rec classes cancelled. Competitions cancelled. Hair appointment cancelled. Photography sessions cancelled. Everything. Cancelled.
It’s not being able to take your kid to their hockey game.
It’s the 10 year old that’s choosing a needled in her arm just so she can attend her dance competition. It’s trying to explain to our 2 year olds who are now 4 year olds why they have to wear a mask.
It’s the burnt out teachers. Burnt out doctors. Burnt out nurses. Burnt out fast food workers. Burnt out moms. Burnt out grocery workers. Burnt out gas station attendants.
It’s the constant contradiction and changing of rules. Our leaders, now dictators. Dividing us. Separating us even more. I could go on, and on, and on.
But it’s really been our freedom that’s been impacted the most. The freedom of choice. So whether you agree with this Convoy or not, I think the majority of us are ready to have that back now please. This is why I stand with the truckers. – supplied
Celebrate Australia Day – Share what it means to be living in Australia and reflect on 2021 with words from the Prime Minister.
By Jommy Tee | Michael West Media
New evidence shows the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) interfered in denying a Freedom of Information (FOI) request by Michael West Media (MWM) into Scott Morrison’s sacking from Tourism Australia in 2006.
MWM has been trying for months to obtain, via FOI, a copy of the 2006 Tourism Australia Board paper that discussed Scott Morrison’s termination. Access to the Board paper was refused. This document could provide critical insights into why the board of thought it necessary to terminate Morrison’s employment as managing director of the organisation after only 15 months. It is a document that no other media organisation has attempted to obtain previously.
As part of consultation process for our original FOI, Tourism Australia was obliged to consult the Prime Minister and seek his views on the release of the document.
We had to lodge a further FOI application to find out what consultation took place between Tourism Australia and external parties, including Morrison. The request uncovered 68 documents.
We were granted full access to two documents, partial access to 16 documents, and refused access to 50 documents. Read more
Morrison should step down, by Alison Ryan
From an article that was first published in the print edition of The Saturday Paper on Jun 8, 2019 as “Fresh documents in Morrison’s sacking”.
“…The Saturday Paper uncovered an auditor-general’s report from 2008 examining the handling of three major contracts, which had delivered a scathing assessment of Tourism Australia’s management.
The report provided the first indication as to the real reason Morrison was removed.”
“The audit report revealed that information had been kept from the board, procurement guidelines breached and private companies engaged before paperwork was signed and without appropriate value-for-money assessments.”
“Both before and since becoming prime minister in August last year (2018), Scott Morrison has refused to answer questions about why the tourism minister took the unusual step in July 2006 of sacking him as head of the agency. He has also refused to answer questions about the handling of the contracts, which were signed the previous year. He did not respond to questions for this story before time of press.”
“The Tourism Australia board, on which Morrison sat as managing director, was then under the chairmanship of former deputy prime minister and Nationals leader Tim Fischer.”
If our PM doesn’t answer the questions and stops FOI requests, Mr Morrison is not batting for the people of Australia. He really should step down, but hardly likely.
Minister’s foreword to ‘Your guide to the Digital Identity legislation’
As we have seen during recent years, Australians are keen and willing to adapt to challenges (Scamdemic). In recent years, our nation has transformed the way we go about our daily lives – and it all revolves around digital. From shopping to banking to accessing government services, Australia has turned to digital in droves.
With this comes great benefits – a thriving digital economy drives growth by enabling businesses to prosper, providing more job opportunities for Australians, and connecting us with emerging industries and technologies across the world. However, Australians and Australian businesses must have trust and confidence that the system and their personal information is safe and secure.
A safe, thriving digital economy is the best way we can grow the Australian economy.
A safe, thriving digital economy is not possible without digital identity – that is, a safe, secure and convenient way for Australians to prove their identity online.
This is the focus of the proposed Digital Identity legislation. The Trusted Digital Identity Bill, once passed by Parliament, will establish permanent oversight and governance structures for the Australian Government Digital Identity System, and enshrine in law important privacy and consumer protections. It builds on strong safeguards already in place, providing the authority for a consistent set of rules that will protect Australians and Australian businesses. The work achieved in this space, and the future opportunities that legislation will enable, are critical parts of the Morrison Government’s ambition for our nation to be a leading digital economy and society by 2030.
The release of this exposure draft of the Bill and supporting materials is the next step in a multi-year journey of consultation to ensure the legislation is robust, fit-for-purpose, and meets public expectations. My sincere thanks to those who have contributed their views to date. I encourage you all to review the materials and provide your feedback to help us ensure this important work is done right.
The Hon. Stuart Robert MP
Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business
Here it is
On 1 October 2021, the Hon. Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business released the exposure draft of the Trusted Digital Identity Bill and related legislative instruments for public consultation.
We have conducted extensive consultation – including two completed rounds of public consultation – to understand public expectations for the legislation. Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on the proposed legislation to date.
The purposes of the legislation are to:
- enable the expansion of the Australian Government Digital Identity System, specifically to enable greater participation by state and territory governments and the private sector
- enshrine in law various privacy and consumer protections, so that Australians can have confidence in the System and know that their personal information is safe and secure
- establish permanent governance arrangements and a strong regulatory regime.
We aim to provide documents in an accessible format. If you require a more accessible format, please contact us.
- Your guide to the Digital Identity legislation
- Trusted Digital Identity Bill 2021 exposure draft
- Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF) accreditation rules
- Trusted Digital Identity rules
- Regulation Impact Statement (RIS)
Providing your feedback
Your feedback on the draft Trusted Digital Identity Bill will help ensure that it meets the needs and expectations of the Australian community.
How to make a submission
You can provide feedback by completing the short submission form, clicking the ‘choose file’ button to upload your submission, and selecting the ‘Complete form’ button at the end of the survey.
- We encourage you to make your submission in Word for accessibility reasons, though we will also accept other document formats, including PDFs.
- While there are no restrictions on the content of your submission, please refer to the headings and ideas in the exposure draft of the Bill and the other documents in the package as much as possible.
- If you have feedback on the RIS, please use one of the RIS feedback forms we have set up (available under ‘Regulation Impact Statement‘ above). Use the one that matches the role your organisation would play in the Australian Government Digital Identity System. If you’re not sure, use the RIS feedback form marked ‘General’.
Completing the online submission form should take around 5 minutes. Ensure you have your submission documents ready to upload before you begin.
If you have any difficulty using the submission form to send your response, please email email@example.com.
Letter to the Editor.
Here is the tracing of Just the aircraft from China to Sydney since 2pm Sunday 26 Sept 2021.
B-LNM landing soon
B-LNS approaching Australia
B-LQF approaching Australia
B-18358 approaching Australia
B-16333 approaching Australia
Click on this link and open, then copy and past an aircraft number listed above and see where they travel from and to – – https://globe.adsbexchange.com/?icao=789244
Did not count all the other planes to international airports in Australia today.
Found this on telegram:
New Bill To Allow Foreign Forces and Troops To Be Used on Australian Soil:
From a close contact My partner is employed by the Government and works with Rod Culleton. She has just been informed that the dark side of the Aus gov are going through the very final steps to bring in the UN now that the below bill has been approved for the UN to assist in laying down the agenda. Reading between the lines, my concern is that both our police and ADF will be stripped of their rank and returned to civilian status upon UN arrival, majority C.C.P troops. The ADF of all ranks need to hear ALL the truth asap I feel!! ADF and Police are far more disposable then they know and may just find themselves without a salary very soon…please warn those friends of yours who wear a uniform
Writing my last will now.
from ZD Net April 19, 2021
A national digital identity program was raised as one of the key priorities during the Data and Digital Ministers’ Meeting on Friday.
Off the back of the meeting, a communique indicated the ministers agreed that a national approach to digital identity would “make it easier for the Australian public to interact online across a wide range of digital services, regardless of the jurisdiction they live in or the service they are accessing”. They added work continues among them to “make this a reality”.
The meeting’s agenda also covered the development of an intergovernmental agreement to support national data sharing between governments, as well as updates on the Commonwealth’s rollout of a COVID-19 vaccination “passport“.
“Enhancements to the Immunisation History Statement make proof of COVID-19 vaccination clear and easy to access for individuals who have received all required doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. Ministers noted this is an important step in the continued re-opening of Australia’s economy,” the communique stated.
Also on late Friday, the federal government revealed the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) would return to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C), just under two years after it was shifted to the Social Services portfolio.
Despite the move, the agency will remain under the watch of Stuart Robert, who was formerly Minister for Government Services before being moved to Minister for Employment Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business as part of the most recent ministerial cabinet reshuffle.
The last time the DTA was housed under PM&C was in 2015. Back then, the agency was known as the Digital Transformation Office and was charged with unifying government agencies and services online. The agency then underwent a name change from DTO to DTA under a year after being established.
The shift of the DTA under the Social Services portfolio happened when Prime Minister Scott Morrison established Services Australia as the federal government’s centralised service delivery agency.
An order signed by the Governor-General and Prime Minister revealed that while the DTA has been moved back into PM&C its responsibilities remain largely unchanged, specifying that it will continue to oversee whole-of-government IT investments, digital deliveries, and procurement services.
It will also manage strategic coordination and oversight functions for digital and IT investment across the life cycle of projects, as well as provide advice to Robert on whole-of-government digital.
The DTA is currently juggling a number of significant government tech projects. In a document prepared for a Senate committee in March, the DTA disclosed there were 84 IT projects over AU$10 million in value underway by Australian government entities as of December 2020. Some of these projects include the redevelopment of myGov and the whole-of-government digital identity program.
- DTA says it’s rectified the Digital Marketplace failings of its predecessor
- DTA makes it easier for government to set up cloud contracts with IT providers
- Australia’s COVIDSafe app costs AU$100,000 per month to keep running
- Minister says law enforcement to be denied access in new digital ID legislation
- DTA goes to market to refresh hardware and software panels
- A Bluetooth revamp touted to fix Australia’s COVIDSafe app connectivity flaws
Do not miss this brilliant video by David Martin PhD from Dr Jim Mercola’s medical site which Deep State is trying to shut down. MRNA gene therapy does not cure Covid infections but exposes the patient to long-term serious physical harm or death. The so-called vaccines do not fall under federal regulations which legally describe a vaccine.
This is a must see explanation of how Australian politicians and the TGA have been lying to coerce you into making pharmaceutical trans-corporations even more wealthy. If you want to stay alive do not take any Covid ‘vaccine’.