Zero infections

See medical article from the National Library of Medicine of the title: A study on infectivity of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers With: Ming Gao  1 , Lihui Yang  2 , Xuefu Chen  3 , Yiyu Deng  4 , Shifang Yang  5 , Hanyi Xu  6 , Zixing Chen  7 , Xinglin Gao  8 Affiliations PMID: 32513410 PMCID: PMC7219423 DOI: 10.1016/j.rmed.2020.106026 Free PMC article …

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Victoria the secretive police state

The governments within the self-governing colony called Australia are all secretive police states in their own unique right. In this instance Victoria is in the spotlight, where there is no government transparency even though the government spruiks that there is. Official meetings are held in secret is bad enough where constituents/tax payers, i.e stakeholders are …

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Does the Commonwealth have the power to recommend ‘vaccinations’ and booster shots?

The Constitution provides the subject matters of which the Commonwealth has its law making powers, within those powers are limited health powers. Section 51(xxiiiA) is known as the funding power of the Commonwealth, which is a power to fund medical and dental services, pharmaceutical benefits and alike. The States hold the power to regulate health, …

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The ABC far left fascists limiting ‘free’ speech

The ‘Australian Government’ controlled mouthpiece is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, which spans the airwaves over television, radio and the internet. Democracy is pretty much dead in Australia, as it’s relegated to a museum piece situated in Old Parliament House, or more commonly known as MOAD. With all but a few nails needed into the coffin, …

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Supreme Court of Victoria – Harding v Sutton

Judicial corruption at its finest. Rise against system or unlawful mandates in this case, and the corrupt judiciary will swing into action and protect those in government, even though we have no (lawful) Ch. III courts. See: https://www.supremecourt.vic.gov.au/news/harding-v-sutton  

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