By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
THE preferential voting system, which is designed to benefit the Labor-Green/Liberal National political duopoly, could finally work against the establishment parties this Saturday.
That’s because of unprecedented unity and preference swapping as the minor parties put the majors last in the 2022 federal election.
While preferencing is ultimately In the hands of the individual voter, the minor parties are showing more unity than ever and presenting a united front against the Canberra political duopoly.
In Queensland, from Cairns to the Gold Coast, the minor parties have not only worked out mutual preferences but have gathered together
at several forums to rally volunteers and lay down the essential issues, which mostly revolve around the freedom agenda.
An example is the gathering at the Gold Coast Croatian Club on Friday 13th where representatives of One Nation, United Australia Party, the Liberal Democrats, the Great Australian Party, the Australian Federation Party, Australian Values Party and TheSilentMajority.org appeared on stage together.
On the following Sunday most of the same local candidates for the same parties were invited to a local church where prayer was offered for their campaigns. The “scandalous” congruence of “right wing politics” and religion apparently escaped the local media, although the church invited all candidates regardless of party affiliation.
On the Saturday the freedom coalition gathered at a Put the Majors Last rally at a rain-drenched Broadwater Park on the Gold Coast.
The common theme at the gatherings was freedom, hence the tag “freedom parties” for the small parties standing up against the political establishment. This freedom coalition clearly represents a threat to “safe” Gold Coast Liberal seats like Moncrieff, held by the leftie Angie Bell, and McPherson held by Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews.
Bell and Andrews have been busy dishing out money to local community organisations as part of their vote buying strategy. Andrews has also been seen doing the rounds of pre-polling stations in her ministerial BMW, followed closely by an armed Federal police security team of three and a campaign bus.
One of her polling support team caused an uproar during the week when she threatened to take “Federal Court action” against a woman representing Senate candidates Len Harris and Debra Yuille. The woman moved Liberal election signs out of the way to put her own ones in to the limited space.
The threat instantly raised a loud chorus of rebukes from all the other parties (UAP, One Nation, Liberal Democrats, Australian Values Party, The Greens, ALP) represented at the site as the embarrassed Liberal lass jumped on her phone for backup.
The threat was seen as symptomatic of the power games played by entrenched mainstream parties.
Meanwhile the ABC is giving special coverage to the so-called Teal Independents, the leftist group of climate alarmists funded by Climate 200, a group funded by woke West Australian aristocrat Simon Holmes a Court.
While the Murdoch media has been relentlessly slamming the Teals because of their direct threat to sitting Liberals, almost all media has basically ignored the freedom parties led primarily by One Nation, UAP and the Liberal Democrats. They have been mentioned but only occasionally and reluctantly by mainstream media. However, patriots can be encouraged by the fact that ABC’s election guru Antony Green and others have actually raised the possibility of a hung parliament.
In a recent ABC appearance, Green ran with a poll claiming Labor would win but conceded a hung parliament was a “possibility”. If the freedom parties gain the mass protest vote seen during the plandemic, it will be more than a mere possibility. We can only wait and see.
The Federal Leader of the United Australia Party, Craig Kelly, and party Chairman Clive Palmer, have called for the abolition of state governments to save billions of dollars and improve efficiency.
“Australia is over-governed and over-legislated. We have far too many politicians and a duplication of roles,” Mr Kelly said.
“State politicians are out of touch. Increasing resources and expanding local governments would be a far better alternative for delivering meaningful and effective government to all Australians.
“Getting rid of unnecessary state governments would turn Australia into one efficient nation, comprising a federal government and expanded local councils.
“The duplication of departments and activities would be eliminated and the savings resulting from not paying the salaries and expenses of hundreds of needless politicians could be much better spent on improving services and the livelihoods of all Australians,” Mr Kelly said.
Clive Palmer has called for a referendum on abolishing state governments to be held at the same time as the next Federal Election.
“It is time for Australia to decide on whether they want a more unified and efficient system or to continue with wasteful, ineffective state governments,” Mr Palmer said.
“The United Australia Party wants a referendum on this issue so all Australians can have their say,” Mr Palmer said.
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
FOUR minor parties have set their sights on rolling Scott Morrison’s Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews out of the Gold Coast seat of McPherson.
The unified effort aligns with the Put the Majors Last (PML) campaign in which minor, anti-establishment parties swap preferences to push their candidates across the line. Overall PML does not promote any one minor political party above another and you the voter can make your own changes.
PML is described as a national voters’ education initiative with the potential to upset the two major-party race in the 2022 election. “This non-partisan initiative will equip voters to give freedom-friendly candidates the full benefit of their vote while disenfranchising the majors and the Greens,” PML’s press release states.
The Gold Coast four are One Nation (Kevin Hargraves), the Values Party (Andy Cullen), United Australia Party (Joshua Berrigan) and the Liberal Democrats (Glenn Pyne), whose candidates met on the same platform at a candidates’ forum during the week. The Australian Federation Party (Gary Pead) did not send their candidate but is counted among the pro-freedom group.
The UAP’s Berrigan, who quit his teaching job in January to campaign full-time in the electorate, has been suggested as the leading challenger to Andrews and is expected to poll more than the 15.9% the UAP (then Palmer United) gained in 2013, well ahead of the Greens on 6.8%.
In 2019, with no campaign, UAP won only 3.3%, One Nation 5.8% and Liberal Democrats 3.5%. The Greens lifted to 10.9 but were still behind the 12.6% total polled by the four minor parties. Their preferences pushed Andrews (48.2%) over the line. ALP polled 22.8%.
Since that time the popularity of the mainstream parties has plummeted due to the damage caused by their COVID restrictions and mandates. A conservative projection for McPherson drawn up by a Gold Coast mathematics teacher has Andrews falling to 43% (49% with preferences) and Labor 20% (28%).
But with the massive numbers of Australians joining anti-mandate protests over the last two years, the minor parties’ polling support is reasonably expected to increase significantly. The electoral effect of these protests has been admitted by the left-leaning website The Conversation.
The projections give UAP a possible 18% plus 11% from One Nation, Values Party and Liberal Democrats for a total of 29%. A preference spill from the major parties could then lift UAP to 51%.
- Vote the Majors Last protest rallies will be held across Australia on May 14.
by Alison Ryan
BREAKING: The full email package between Scott Morrison and Klaus Schwab confirming that he is acting as a proxy to the World Economic Forum’s great reset. This is treason, there is no other word for it. The Australian people did not sacrifice their husbands and children in two wars to give the country over to global fascism by stealth.
Documents acquired under Freedom of Information and implicating @ScottMorrisonMP and the @ausgov in conspiracy with Klaus Schwab to destroy our freedoms and liberties and the national sovereignty of Australia. @UnitedAusParty @CraigKellyMP @CliveFPalmer https://t.co/k2fkpiR8Yh
— Sean Ambrose (@Anmchadh44) April 3, 2022
DOC 3. 22 OCT 2018
From SCOTT MORRISON to Professor Klaus Schwab,
We share with the World Economic Forum a commitment to innovation, strong economic growth, and a future of work for our people. Thank you also for your invitation to me to attend the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in 2019. Unfortunately I will be not able to participate. I understand that a number of Australian Government Ministers have been invited to this event and I am confident that Australia and the Australian Government will be well represented …
DOC 4. 20 May 2019
Professor Klaus Schwab – to Scott Morrison, Dear Prime Minister, … As the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation, the World Economic Forum looks forward closely with your government to achieve positive change in Australia …
DOC 7 & DOC 9. 30 Aug 2019
Professor Klaus Schwab – to Scott Morrison, Dear Prime Minister, …The Forum will work closely with your office over the coming months to build a special agenda that meets your strategic interests and evolving priorities …
DOC 8. 20 Oct 2019
From SCOTT MORRISON to Professor Klaus Schwab, … I understand that a number of Australian Government Ministers have been invited … and I am confident that Australia will be well represented …
DOC 15. 1 Apr 2021
From SCOTT MORRISON to Professor Klaus Schwab, … Australia looks forward to further engagement with the World Economic Forum …
DOC 18. 14 Jan 2022
From SCOTT MORRISON to Professor Klaus Schwab, … I am pleased to accept your invitation to deliver a live State of the World address … the WEF’s discussions between political, business, and cultural leaders are beneficial in shaping positive change across global and regional economic agendas, and supporting an inclusive post-pandemic recovery … Australia … sees close alignment between the WEF and Australia’s trade and investment policy priorities …
by Alison Ryan
MSM has since 2017 gained the dubious services of RMIT ABC Fact Check.
RMIT ABC Fact Checked and then reported this news > ‘Sonic weapons’ were used by police in Canberra’s protests, but only to broadcast messages rather than do harm. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-18/coronacheck-sonic-weapons-lrad-police-canberra-protests/100839612
The RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) ABC Fact Check Unit is based at RMIT’s City campus. I wonder who is sponsoring this teamed effort?
Apparently, the RMIT ABC Fact Check is funded jointly by RMIT University and the ABC. Because the ABC is a publicly funded, independent media organisation, RMIT ABC Fact Check is accountable to the Australian Parliament and operates as an agenda-free zone.
RMIT FactLab says it does not seek to influence voters or push for a particular outcome or be a dispenser of “truth”.
But because all government education and learning – Education for All, (EfA) and Lifelong learning (LLL) – is now under the UN SDGs, RMIT FactLab fixates on data and on experts.
What about eye witness evidence? Ah, this must be fact checked by data and the experts.
UN does indeed have an indoctrination base and a faith, and those who are ensnared by it can never come to a knowledge of the truth. Ironically, and sadly, RMIT FactLab say so. They are not “a dispenser of truth”.
On 17 Feb 2022 Craig Kelly MP asked the Speaker of the House of Representatives:
1. Did the AFP positioned one or more Long-Range Acoustic Devices, in the Parliamentary Precincts, with the intention that it be used as a sonic weapon against protestors that included nurses, school teachers, paramedics and Indigenous leaders?
2. Did the AFP seek approval from the Presiding officers to deploy such a device?
3. Where Long-Range Acoustic Devices used against the protestors on the day?
We wait to hear.
Editor: It seems whatever answer Commissioner Reece Kersahw gives to Kelly, few would believe it after Kershaw’s performance answering questions in senate hearings from senator Malcolm Roberts.
The RMIT has long been a cesspit of leftist ideologues of the same calibre as Dangerous Dan the hot dog man aka Premier of Victoria.
BY TONY MOBILIFONITIS
IT was inevitable that the push by Craig Kelly and the United Australia Party to break the two-party monopoly at the next Australian Federal Election would soon come under attack by those who claim loudly to be “Aussie patriots”.
One such loud voice was Romeo George of Sydney, who apparently buddied up with Craig Kelly “to start a new political party”. Not only that, Romeo aka Antoine George, a deputy grand-master freemason, wanted Kelly to take him on as a paid campaigner.
And when Romeo later discovered that Kelly had teamed up with Clive Palmer, Romeo got offended and went on Instagram and complained non-stop about how he had been betrayed because Kelly and Palmer never stumped up with the money he needed ($250,000 has been suggested) in order to become their big-shot political partner. He had been pushing this for some six weeks in repeated calls to Kelly.
“We sat around my own dining table to discuss how to start a new political party,” Romeo whined on the Instagram video that has now been removed.
Kelly and Palmer obviously realised that this guy was not going to be an asset. So now we see Romeo banging his own political drum on Sydney community radio station 2RSR, and now touting Ricardo Bosi as “his man”. Bosi knows better than to get tangled up with high-level masons, regardless of how patriotic they claim to be. Romeo now has his own fundraiser going, and a month or so ago was sitting at around $24,000.
Romeo has now “worked out” that Clive Palmer is running UAP in order to “sell UAP votes to the Coalition” and “get more mining land”. He also thinks Clive maliciously launched a lawsuit against the people of Western Australia. Hello? Has this man done any serious research? And then there’s Palmer’s preference deal with Campbell Newman and the Liberal Democrats, that Romeo sees as another big sellout because in his opinion they should have teamed up with One Nation.
But that could be a messy, complicated process and One Nation leader Mark Latham – a veteran political operative like Palmer – would not want to get bogged down in it. Liberal Democrats, a small outfit being used as a platform by LNP defector Campbell Newman, was an easier alliance.
For those who don’t know, the Liberal Democrats have very little in common with present-day Liberals or the old leftie Democrats. The Liberal Democrats are libertarians, a notable example being ex-Senator David Leyonhelm who has been an outstanding defender of firearm owners. Libertarians are probably the most anti-nanny state party anywhere. Palmer United are unashamedly pro-freedom, a point repeatedly made by Palmer at the freedom rallies across Australia.
If Palmer was in this political battle to line his own pockets with mining profits, he wouldn’t want to be bothered running for a Senate seat. Neither would he be upsetting the big business and the political establishment in states like Western Australia.
Romeo Georges was not the only person making crazy conspiratorial accusations against Kelly and Palmer. Kelly was spotted at a rally in Melbourne sitting down with his hands in a “secret freemason V sign” and Palmer appeared at another rally in Brisbane wearing red shoes! That’s right, red shoes. You know, the Red Shoes Cult …. spare us folks!
Strangely, some people at one of the People’s Revolution rallies in Brisbane, started heckling Palmer about his shoes. The hecklers were rebuked by an embarrassed Tristan Trickie, TPM organiser, who pointed out the stupidity of it.
But if you’re looking for masons under mattresses take a look at deputy grand-master Romeo. Are we suggesting some dark conspiracy here? No, but you have to ask the question: who are Romeo’s friends in the high places at the Lodge? ScoMo? Dan Andrews? Is “grand master” Romeo playing some clever political chess games? Probably not. It seems more like a bad case of sour grapes.
The suggestion by conspiracy theorists was that Palmer and Kelly are “controlled opposition”. Really? If you’re looking for controlled opposition, look no further than the LNP in Queensland or Labor in Canberra and any mainstream party in opposition in the other states. Palmer is a maverick with lots of moolah, but he’s at least splashing it around and fighting for his country first and foremost.
Palmer is also surprisingly frank and open about his wealth and told the freedom rally in Brisbane that most people including himself don’t need a lot of money. That’s a true statement, even coming from the mouth of a billionaire. Palmer doesn’t deny he has it, but he uses it for purposes bigger than himself. Being wealthy doesn’t automatically make one a villain, it’s how that wealth is used that tells the story.
Will UAP be the perfect party for Australia? Absolutely not. They will make their bungles like any other party. They will probably work with One Nation if they can gain a good number of Senate and House of Representative seats. If One Nation, UAP and maybe one or two others can stymie the duopoly then there’s real hope for Australia.
Craig Kelly has laid down the strategy very clearly and very simply: Use the federal preference voting system to number the alternatives like UAP, One Nation etc 1,2,3, with the major parties and the Greens last. Also avoid voting “above the line” in the Senate because the preference system has been very cleverly rigged to work for the Greens.
Ricardo Bosi and his supporters, meanwhile, will be watching and monitoring the coming federal election very closely. Bosi is under no illusion about the political stakes involved but has a brilliant strategy for the Australian people – whether he gets elected or not.
But patriotic Aussies should calm down, stop the whingeing and moaning and shooting themselves in the foot because this or that party of candidate doesn’t measure up to their ideals. Vote and make your vote count.
Craig Kelly asks TGA head John Skerritt why he allowed dangerous Moderna vaxx for kids when the US banned it
Dear Professor Skerritt,
Further to my email of the 19th October 2021, in regards to my concerns that the TGA had approved the Moderna (Spikevax) Covid vaccine to be injected into Australian teenagers aged 12-17, despite the fact that in the country of manufacture (the USA) that the American regulators have refused to allow Moderna to be injected into American teenagers, and your reply of the 25th October 2021, advising that the TGA believes that American regulators are wrong and that;
“The TGA decided that the Moderna vaccine is effective and safe for use in adults and adolescents aged 12 years and above”
I would like to draw to your most urgent attention, that your Database of Adverse Event Notifications (DAEN) lists a case where a death has been reported on the 20th October 2021, as having been suspected of being caused by the Moderna (Spikevax) covid vaccine. It also appears that this death was that of a 14 year-old girl (Case no.647663)
- Can you confirm, that this reported death, suspected as a result of the Moderna (Spikevax) covid vaccine, is in fact that of a 14 year-old Australian girl ?
- If so, following the death of this 14 year-old girl, together with the 626 other adverse events already reported (from the 1st Oct 2021 – 22nd Oct 2021) suspected to be caused by the Moderna vaccine – does the TGA continue to maintain the stance that the Moderna vaccine is “effective and safe for use in adults and adolescents aged 12 years and above” ?
- I assume that the TGA is urgently investigating this death, and therefore assuming that TGA adheres to the ‘Precautionary Principle’ can you confirm if the TGA will immediately suspend any further injections of the Moderna Vaccine into Australian teenagers until the completion of the investigation in the death of this 14 year-old girl ?
- If the TGA continues to maintain the stance that the Moderna vaccine is “effective and safe for use in adults and adolescents aged 12 years and above” (contrary to the views of the American regulators), how many deaths of young Australians aged 12-17 (suspected to be a result of Moderna covid vaccine – and reported to DAEN) would it take for the TGA to change its view ?
- Given the principle of ‘Informed Consent’, can you confirm if the parents of this deceased 14 year-old girl where informed that the Moderna (Spikevax) covid vaccine had not been given approval in the USA for injection into American 14 year-old girls due to safety concerns ?
- Do you have any concerns that TGA’s conduct of rejecting and acting contrary to the advice of the American medical regulators on Moderna (especially when Moderna is manufactured in the USA) and continuing to allow the injections of Moderna into Australian teenagers, following the death of this 14 year-old Australian girl, may expose Australian taxpayer’s to substantial claims for compensation and/or that private action may be commenced against the decision makers at the TGA ?
I look forward to most urgent reply.
Craig Kelly MP
Member for Hughes
Leader, United Australia Party
NSW Liberal/National Parties with Labor support terrorise mum and dad shoppers with para-military police
Massive police presence at NSW Basshill shopping centre terrorised shoppers who still do not know why they were there in force. Drones and choppers overhead it was a military-style invasion the residents of Sydney’s west are being subjected to daily.. Thanks go to Rebel News, always at the front line.
The ABC with regular monotony attacks those they see as a threat to their Covid scam campaign
by staff writers
The Liberal and Labor Parties view the ABC as manna from Heaven while the public broadcaster’s vitriolic attacks on those who oppose the official Covid narrative continue unabated.
Latest in line for Aunty’s serve is Craig Kelly the errant member for Hughes in NSW, a Sydney electorate of 106,204 voters.
Kelly left the Liberal Party after his electorate and thousands across the country pressured him to take action about the lockdowns and an avalanche of pending small business bankruptcies.
His pleas to the compromised Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Liberal apparatus for a halt to the Covid lockdowns fell on deaf ears.
Realising the Liberals were mid-way into a deliberate program of vaccine genocide, Kelly ditched the Big Pharma-controlled party allowing him to continue his anti-Covid campaign which he believes will save many thousands of lives.
Right on cue the slippery Liberal Communications Minister Paul Fletcher said he was looking to see if any action could be taken.
“Sending unsolicited electronic messages containing misinformation or misleading health information during a pandemic is irresponsible,” he said.
“I have asked my department to investigate this matter.”
Labor’s communications spokeswoman Michelle Rowland said the messages were irritating and possibly harmful, and were best ignored.
“Exemptions for political parties are important in protecting implied constitutional freedom of political communication, but it’s important these freedoms are not misused for nefarious purposes,” she said.
“This misinformation and spam is particularly damaging at a time when all Australians are trying to do our best to work together to get through the pandemic.
“We should give this spam the attention it deserves, by ignoring it.”
Craig Kelly and the United Australia Party have them worried after attracting more than 40,000 new members in 10 days. He is a no nonsense, plain talking politician who has shed the party mantle and has meticulously done his homework about the mRNA gene therapy which almost every responsible, recognised epidemiologist and virologist around the world, (except for Australia where few exist), have warned of the dangers of the experimental inoculation.
Kelly’s Youtube advertisement as of today had nearly 8,500,000 views. Wouldn’t Scomo love a similar score?
Craig Kelly’s advertisement had nearly 8.5 million views: