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Extraordinary amounts spent by Teals in 2022 federal election campaign donated by Climate 200

The so-called Teal independents have revealed six million dollars of election funding they were given and by whom enabling them to defeat incumbent Liberals, dealing the party a mortal blow.

Few commentators have taken account of the damage done to both Liberal and Labor by Covid lockdowns and now many vaccine deaths and injuries.

Both parties experienced a big drop in electoral support at the 2022 election due solely to the vaxx mandates and lock downs planned by the Event 201 group before the scamdemic started.

Teals reckon getting elected to the House of Representatives is like having their hands in a pot of gold. Teal Allegra Spender in the wealthy Sydney eastern suburbs seat of Wentworth spent the most of any independent candidate, $2.124 million, to oust moderate Liberal backbencher Dave Sharma. Pic ABC

Now below-the-radar vaxx deaths and injuries dominate the political circus that legacy media continues to hide.

Festering public resentment to the political duopoly is bubbling over about UN plans to take over Health Departments’ oversight of public health side-stepping Australian administration.

The moronic MSM and the duopoly continue to ignore the increasing vaxx injuries and deaths overflowing the public health system, especially in Queensland.

Devious doctors have termed the oxymoron ‘long covid’ which independent medical experts maintain is simply an adverse reaction to mRNA spike proteins.

Don’t expect any common sense policies from this silly mob of Teal women being covertly sponsored by billionaire Simon Holmes-a-Court who is driving the Climate 200 mob.

He threw in $250,000 that he has divulged as political donations but as one can see in the Reinhart expose below, reporting of donations is easily circumvented.

Australia’s richest woman and mining magnate Gina Reinhart has been caught up in a political donations scandal with large donations to the Liberal Party which were not reported.

Australian greenies, mining companies, universities and big business to attend WEF conference on Monday

Big names and big companies will meet in Davos on Monday to discuss and develop policy for governments.

WEF Director Klaus Schwab: You will own nothing and be happy…

The meeting will take place from 16 January to 20 January. The four days will cover a wide spectrum of formats for interaction and learning, giving leaders the necessary tools to address the current complexity and build for the future. They will revolve around the following three archetypes:

  • Dialogues to forge understanding and alignment and exchange insights
  • Gatherings of communities of purpose to drive tangible action on key global issues
  • Opportunities for foresight and discovery to scale society critical innovations

The meeting will feature addresses by key heads of state and government as well as various geo-economic and geopolitical deliberations such as the Country Strategy Dialogues, Diplomacy Dialogues and the Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders (IGWEL) meetings. It will also gather the Forum’s foremost business communities, such as the International Business Council, the Community of Chairpersons and the Industry Governors.

Meeting Agenda

1.Addressing the Current Energy and Food Crises in the context of a New System for Energy, Climate and Nature

2.Addressing the Current High Inflation, Low Growth, High Debt Economy in the context of a New System for Investment, Trade and Infrastructure

Twiggy Forrest, Chairman Fortescue Metals

3.Addressing the Current Industry Headwinds in the context of a New System for Harnessing Frontier Technologies for Private Sector Innovation and Resilience

4.Addressing the Current Social Vulnerabilities in the context of a New System for Work, Skills and Care

5.Addressing the Current Geopolitical Risks in the context of a New System for Dialogue and Cooperation in a Multipolar World

Australian delegates are:

(a)Peter Holmes-a-Court

Millionaire rabid Greenie, climate cultist, and co-ordinator of the Parliamentary Teals

Peter Holmes-a-Court Teals co-ordinator

(b)Professor Genevieve Bell

(c)Julie Bishop

Former Foreign Affairs Minister and solicitor

(d)Brian Schmidt

Vice-Chancellor ANU

(e)Caroline Cox

Vice-President BHP

(f)Mike Henry


(g)Timothy Aires

NSW Liberal Assistant Minister for Trade

(h)Andrew ‘Twiggy’Forset

Chairman Fortescue Metals, WA

(i)Jade Hameister

Teen environmental activist

(j)Julie Inman Grant

ESafety Commissioner

(k)Naomi Flutter


(l)Michael Schneider

Bunnings (Coles)

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