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Has Cindy Signed This WHO Treaty?




Australia has to sack some bureaucrats

Unvaxxed Australians can’t leave the country because of a WHO treaty: “We’re protecting the world”

Here’s a surprise for all you Australians trapped in Australia because you chose not to take part in a medical experiment. The reason you can’t leave is not for your own health. It’s not for the health of fellow Australians. It’s because we are “protecting the rest of the world”.  This is a world where fully vaccinated travelers have already spread Covid to every country on Earth and at least 72 countries are happy for you to turn up on their door with your tourist dollars and without a vaccine.

As Senator Rennick says: “I cannot for the life of me see the health risks in an unvaccinated person leaving the country.”

Paul Kelly, Australia’s Chief Medical Officer explained that it was due to Australia’s International Health Obligations. That’s an international treaty we signed because we’re a member of the WHO. As far as a quick search turns up, Australia, Canada and the UAE may be the only nations still banning their own citizens from leaving. In Canada, things are so inexplicable, the vaccinated don’t even need to do a test anymore. So people infected with Covid are free to fly in or out of Canada shedding virus everywhere.  But healthy unvaccinated people “will need to be tested at the airport and again eight days after arrival, and isolate for 14 days.”Righto.

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We want to see the treaty they signed and with which countries….

Australia… Senator Gerard Rennick catches out the Australian Health Minister… It seems the mandate to stop the unvaccinated leaving Australia has nothing to do with health… it’s foreign interference, they signed an international treaty.

Remember when we were ‘all in this together’?
We all know how fast that changed.
Now Australians are being forced to get the COVID jab and will soon have to prove it using so-called ‘vaccine passports’.
They say you have a choice. Here it is…
Get vaxxed, show your ‘passport’ or lose your job.

Get vaxxed, show your ‘passport’ or you don’t get to spend time your family.Get vaxxed, show your ‘passport’ or you can’t go to the pub with your mates.That adds up to no choice at all.

.It’s not fair to have a vaccine mandate segregating millions of people that will result in tens of thousands of Australians losing their jobs.
It’s not fair to discriminate against Australians in a ‘two-tiered’ society because of their vaccine status and personal choice.
It’s not fair to make Australia’s small business owners police their ‘vaccine mandates’ against their workers and customers.
Australians deserve the freedom to choose their own medical treatment, their own way of life.
After all the lockdowns, all the restrictions, all the jobs lost and mental health destroyed, we deserve that right.
It’s time for governments to BACK OFF.
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  1. Just wanted to share to new green deal and all you Tesla people.
    The top is a oil well, where 100% organic material is pumped out of the ground, taking up around 500 to 1000 square feet. Then flowlines safely carry the oil to refineries, as far as Chicago.

    The bottom is just one of Teslas lithium supply mines where entire mountains are eliminated. Each mine usually consist of 35-40 797 cat haul trucks along with hundreds of other large equipment. Each 797 uses around half a million gallons of diesel a year. So with a inventory of just 35 the haul trucks alone are using 17.5 million gallons of fuel a year for just one lithium site.
    So next time you are driving your electric car thinking you are saving the environment remember that it came at a cost of entire mountains, thousands of square miles of land and billions of gallons of oil and fuel. I get we need to save the planet but we are not there technologically yet and electric is not the answer.




  2. Home News Politics
    Outgoing Labour MP Louisa Wall says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern did not want her in Cabinet or caucus

    Departing Labour MP Louisa Wall: Ardern wanted me gone

    Outgoing Labour MP Louisa Wall says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told her directly that she would never be a Cabinet minister – and she also believed Ardern had made it clear she did not want her in caucus.

    In her second interview since announcing her resignation from Parliament, Wall told Q+A she had accepted Ardern’s decision, but the way she was treated in some instances had “hurt.”

    “I’m not a minister because the Prime Minister told me I would never be in her Cabinet. And that was her decision, obviously, and I accepted that decision and then just got on with the job.

    Nothing quite like a woman scorned.
    The knives are out.



    • Yer but Louisa Wall could not get her own back because she’s only a a bloody list mp!
      If she was an elected mp she could have walked and forced a by election.
      The last thing labour because it may start a waterfall effect and they all fall over!



  3. The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has closed its investigation into Auckland mayoral election donations.

    The investigation focused on fundraising donations made in 2016 and 2019 after the SFO said it received a referral from Police over mayor Phil Goff’s election expenses in February 2020.

    “The SFO takes allegations of electoral funding fraud very seriously,” SFO acting director Paul O’Neil said in a statement today. “We have completed our investigation and we are satisfied that this matter can now be closed.”


    In September 2019, electoral officer Dale Ofsoske passed a complaint about Goff’s 2016 election expenses to police over a $366,000 auction declaration, which included a book being sold for $150,000.

    The book had belonged Goff – a former Minister of Foreign Affairs – and been signed by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

    The SFO has also investigated Christchurch City Council election donations but in December 2020 closed its inquiry.

    It focused on campaign donations made to mayor Lianne Dalziel in 2013, 2016 and 2019.

    The SFO said it found no evidence of any criminal conduct during its investigation.

    The agency is also currently prosecuting cases over donations made to the Labour and National parties and the New Zealand First Foundation.

    so the SFO has had its instructions as well.



  4. Modern slavery involving worker exploitation, debt and dodgy marriage offers is likely to increase as the country opens up, a community leader says.

    The Government this morning announced an anti-slavery initiative and financial adviser Dr Pushpa Wood said the new proposals should help expose abuse.

    Wood, Massey University Financial Education and Research Centre director, said migrants had for decades been exploited in sectors including hospitality and the sex business.


    all this stuff coming out on a Sunday. WTF.



  5. Poto Williams joins a growing list of ministers who appear to enjoy the baubles of office

    And as the virus falls off our front pages we’re beginning to see stories that were hidden by the fog of war Covid provided. A fog that protected senior ministers from scrutiny.

    None more so than Police Minister Poto Williams. She’s had a week from hell.

    Firstly she prevents the new opposition spokesperson on Police matters having a sit down with the Commissioner. Why? Who knows.

    Then she rejects the premise that gang activity has increased despite all the statistics and evidence at hand.

    Finally, she abdicates her responsibility on police response times by firstly claiming she did not have the figures, and secondly by claiming it is an operational matter and beyond her gambit.




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