In order to achieve ‘Net Zero’ by 2050, Australian governments will have to basically demolish Australia’s existing economy and replace it with something entirely new.

The ‘Net Zero’ Agenda is not just some ‘feel good’ pledge.  It is a detailed, target-driven program for radical change that will permanently alter the way Australians work, play and do business.

With zero public consultation, debate, referendum or plebiscite, Scomo signed away the sovereignty and prospects of his country, its people and future generations.

Zero Carbon will be the end of fossil fuels, oil, coal and gas for starters.

All will need to be phased out with severe restrictions placed on any form of mining, agriculture, transport, tourism or industrial production.

The days of ‘petrol’ cars will be numbered as trillions of dollars are poured into constructing acres of low-income, high-density housing and creating artificial ‘green spaces’ and ‘work hubs’, all within walking distance of where you live.

When the UN said ‘go local’, they meant it.

The Morrison Government would have you believe that all this will be done through “breakthrough technology not taxes”.  Don’t you believe it.

A carbon tax of one form or another is a 100% certainty.

Even Labor’s Joel Fitzgibbons admitted as much at his press conference on Wednesday.

How else will people be forced into accepting Electric Vehicles or the ‘transformation’ of an electricity grid, once the cheapest and most reliable in the world, into one where rationing and blackouts are the norm.

Traditional energy-intensive industries like transport, agriculture, steel, glass production, chemicals, paper and cement manufacturing, will face soaring costs leading to shutdowns or offshoring and the consequent loss of millions of skilled jobs.

Australia will be taken backwards to a neo-feudal, wood-burning dystopia where its beautiful outback is infested with miles upon miles of toxic solar panels and windmills.

Absolutely nothing about these radical changes will be either ‘voluntary’ or ‘optional’.

Every ‘Net Zero’ document makes constant reference to the huge amount of ‘behaviour changes’ that will be needed to get countries to Net Zero.

Ultimately it will mean no more drives in the country, no more motorsports, boating, 4WD, trips to Bali, Fiji or anywhere, and no more ‘grey nomad’ caravan jaunts around Australia.

Even green leaders say that an “eco dictatorship” is going to be needed to enforce all the coming changes.

This means mandates, executive orders, border controls, restrictions on movements within designated human settlement zones, wholesale surveillance programs, green taxes, penalties, fees, plus endless new regulations and laws.

Lots of new laws.

It will be like lockdown, only permanent.



Queensland’s first Quarantine Camp, Wellcamp, opened last month.

The 1000 bed compound is owned by the billionaire Wagner family, who constructed it alongside their giant air terminal outside Toowoomba.

All we’ve been told is that the Wagners built and own the facility, and the government will be leasing it from them on a ‘year-by-ear’ basis.

That’s it – the rest is all ‘commercial-in-confidence’.

The Audit office has asked for more information on the facility’s costs and leasing arrangements, but whether the public will be privy to any of the details is doubtful.

One thing the Government has let slip, is that it paid $48.8 million of taxpayers’ monies, towards the construction cost.

Seems a lot for something the State won’t own – and may only use a year!

According to John Wagner, the government did it “to reduce their rent”.

Really? Makes you wonder how much the rent is, if it takes a $48 million investment just to “reduce” it a bit.

Wellcamp is unfortunately, not the only prison camp being built to “keep us safe”.

There’s also Pinkenba, constructed on the 30-hectare site of an old Army Base, behind Brisbane Airport.

Conveniently, it is just a ‘hop, skip and a jump’ from the new Port facility being built by its billionaire owners – the Wagner Family again.

The Wagners’ new port will be perfect for bringing people in by boat and transiting them on to the new 1000 bed Camp – a mere 2-minutes away?

Even so, it is hard to imagine any “international traveller”, vaccinated or unvaccinated, being willing to stay in either of these two camps – much less PAY for the privilege.

The government is euphemistically calling them “hubs”, and their units, “quarantine dongas”.

Makes them sound kind of ‘fun’, tropical even, but they are neither.

All the rooms are completely sealed off, with double-glazed unbreakable windows, and mysterious pipes going every which way.

The walls, floor and ceiling, are infested with strange high-tech gizmos, the purpose of which is unclear.

And tucked away in the roof of each unit’s entrance, is a set of steel roller-doors, which can be rolled down and locked from the outside.

These are not quarantine ‘dongas’.

They are prison cells.

At least Canada, which is building similar camps, has the decency to be half-way honest about their purpose.

Officials in Quebec City stated last year that Canada’s camps would be used to isolate those who were “uncooperative”.

Here in Queensland, it’s becoming less a question of WHETHER the government will try and lock people up for defying their rules and mandates, but WHEN.



The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) is carrying out a performance audit of Australia’s vaccine rollout, with a focus on the rollout’s delays, supply issues and lack of transparency.

According to the ANAO, the audit will look at whether the vaccine rollout was “effectively planned, if effective governance arrangements have been established to manage it and if the rollout has been effectively implemented”.

It will also scrutinise the “significant” agreements the Department of Health made with numerous labour hire firms and private contractors ‘to assist’ with the rollout.

Some of those companies included, PwC, Accenture, DHL, Linfox, Amazon, Healthcare Australia, International SOS, Sonic Clinical Services and Aspen Medical.

By contracting out work they are meant to do themselves, politicians and high level officials draw an impenetrable barrier over whole swathes of governance in Australia today.

Private entities are not ‘accountable’ to the public and are also exempt from Australia’s FOI laws.

Any agreement the government enters into with a private company is governed by ‘commercial in confidence’ secrecy, adding another ironclad layer protection shielding our governments from scrutiny or accountability.

It is a deeply undemocratic and potentially corrupt practice, that provides none of the transparency so foundational to a democratic system.

ANAO will also be looking at the concerns around data collection having been carried out by private contractors, and what has happened to this data.

Why has this data never been made available to Australians, whether healthcare professionals, doctors, hospital administrators or the general public?

One of the points governments use to try and “sell” these public-private partnership deals, is that they are “efficient and cost-effective”.

Well they were neither in this case.

All last year, we heard countless reports of chaos, confusion and delays around the rollout.

If you want to make a submission to the ANAO’s Review, the deadline is 27 February 2022.

Link here: https://www.anao.gov.au/work/performance-audit/australia-covid-19-vaccine-rollout