by Jim O’Toole, Townsville Bureau
Mining magnate Clive Palmer has upset the Deep State by running front page advertisements and radio ads about the Covid follies and calling for lock downs to stop.
Palmer is being regaled by the silent majority which has seen through the lies of the medical mafia, self-interested politicians, the lying media and medical bureaucrats.
Time only will tell how many pockets have been lined by the vaccine carpetbaggers of Pfizer, Astra Zeneca and Moderna.
Pfizer alone reported a $48 billion profit last financial year, which is plenty to throw around compliant pollies.
From the top of the Liberal/Labor apparatus to the stupid Greens, to Channel 9 and regional dailies all have criticised Clive’s great ads.
Clive is playing a similar game to Donald Trump when he allowed his corporate detractors to fully expend their ammo boxes then Trump was able to ascertain and identify the full extent of the adversarial forces.
Ditto Australia as the enemy Covid forces have exposed themselves and shown their hands as both traitors and imbeciles amid their vaccine and lockdown mania.
Remember these names and brands and deal with them when the repercussions begin.
Ads for the Palmer United Party have featured prominently on the front page of The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian Financial Review in recent weeks.
They have also run on the front pages of Rupert Murdoch’s The Australian the Herald Sun and regional mastheads.
The ads – in PUP’s signature bright yellow and with the headline “Freedom, freedom” – say the Liberal and Labor parties are untrustworthy. Others claim “lockdowns destroy jobs”.
PUP’s campaign also drew criticism from five federal crossbench MPs, including the Australian Greens leader Adam Bandt. This week, they wrote a joint letter to Nine Entertainment and News Corp, calling on both to stop publishing ads from Mr Palmer that spread misinformation about the virus.
Note these political quislings, Adam Bandt, Helen Haines, Rebekha Sharkie, Zali Steggall and Andrew Wilkie all of whom urged both major media companies to reject the advertisements.
“We call on Nine Entertainment and News Corporation to acknowledge the harm done, live up to their civic duties as a national publisher and broadcaster in relation to the pandemic, and refuse to publish advertisements of this nature in future,” the letter said.
Fortunately for the majority of the population which it seems does not want to risk experimental, gene altering inoculations, Clive Palmer is championing small business and everyday mums and dads and their kids, the latest targets of the jab junta.
Mr Palmer has been criticised for advertisements discussing so-called COVID-19 vaccine concerns, and for ads claiming the treatment hydroxychloroquine as Australia’s best hope for COVID sufferers.
The ringleader of the medical mafia, the Therapeutic Goods Administration has previously called on him to stop spreading “misleading information” after a pamphlet outlining disputed claims about vaccinations was distributed across the country.
Radio ads from Mr Palmer that claimed COVID vaccinations had caused hundreds of deaths were also pulled after the TGA labelled them misleading.
This week, Nine Entertainment confirmed it had rejected other ads that Mr Palmer wanted to publish that went against health advice or ATAGI’s vaccine guidance.
“Nine has been vocal in our support for the health advice and has actively used our TV, newspaper, digital and radio properties and ad space to urge Australians to get vaccinated,” a Nine spokesman said.
Clive, on his present trajectory could be hailed as a freedom hero, in line with MP’s Craig Kelly, George Christensen and Senators Jacquie Lambie, Malcolm Roberts and broadcaster Alan Jones.
How much longer the locked-up populace will tolerate the world’s biggest ever scam which has obliterated economies and caused far more harm to the people of cities and regions than ever could a strain of influenza, is unknown.
As Senator Roberts lamented this week, the introduction of martial law in NSW has society nearly at “tipping point”.
Fortunately this time around the LNP/ALP/Greens triumvirate has dug a hole for itself from which it will never emerge.
The latest news from eccentric millionaire miner Clive Palmer is that he will be starting his own political party and running candidates in all federal seats across Australia.
Other political analysts have interpreted his move as a counter-gang operation designed to buffer the Liberal Party vote by a tight exchange of preferencesat the Federal election.
To which party will Clive direct preferences?
Palmer’s obvious political naivety shines through the blustering façade of television interviews where he states he wants to become the Prime Minister, but does not want to dislodge Opposition Leader Tony Abbot.
It seems Palmer wants to have his cake and eat it too.
He also said he would not be forming any alliances with Katters Australian Party causing further speculation that KAP is seen by Liberal strategists as the major threat to the two party system.
Whatever party name he finishes up with, before the Australian Electoral Commission’s registration deadline of May 10 is anyone’s guess, but his chosen United Australia Party identity will be too close to another name already registered.
Two former Queensland Liberal Party State Members have announced their defection to Palmer’s Party.
One high profile pollie, Brisbane-based Dr Alex Douglas told a media conference he did not want to join Katters Australian Party because it was a “cult” party.
This extraordinary discovery by Dr Douglas (obviously a General Practitioner) reeks of hypocrisy when he has just thrown his weight behind Palmer, a larger than life cult leader dating back to the Joh for PM campaign in the 80’s.
Palmer’s cult following is the big end of town and other mining magnates who are selling off Australia’s finite resources to foreign countries.
Only a minor portion of income from these multinational mining ventures remains in Australia.
Clive made his money by selling Australian mining leases to the Chinese.
He can’t be serious.