If Svitzer Australia proceeds with its planned lockout tomorrow, it will cripple Australia’s supply chain and wreak havoc on the country’s economy.

The media would have you believe that it’s all the fault of a bunch of greedy, good-for-nothing tugboat workers.

What they won’t tell you is that Svitzer has launched similar attacks on its tugboat operators in the UK and the Netherlands.

It has done so at the behest of its parent company, multi-billion dollar shipping conglomerate AP Moller Maersk, headquartered in Copenhagen.

Every year, Svitzer ‘Australia’ pays little to no tax in Australia, funnelling its hundreds of millions of dollars in profits back to the parent company Maersk in Denmark.

The company is happy, however, to pocket generous funding provided courtesy of the Australian taxpayer for the towage services it provides at every mainland port in the country.

At the very least, the government should demand the return of this money if the lockdown goes ahead tomorrow as planned.

Australian tugboat workers are being forced by Svitzer (Maersk) into accepting a massive cut in real wages, despite two years of no pay increases at all.

The company also wants changes to their working conditions which will diminish safety standards, including reduced manning levels and greater use of casual labour.

All this amidst soaring inflation and massive corporate profits by the global monopoly shipping carriers.

Maersk has profited greatly from the chaos in shipping during the pandemic.

Last year the company posted a record-high of $US16.6 billion, an increase of nearly 68 percent over the same quarter the previous year.

Despite this, Maersk has hiked its own freight rates, smashing freight forwarders, importers/exporters, retailers, farmers and other SMEs.  At one point, freight rates were increased 200-300 percent on some routes.

A Florida based furniture importer, recently filed a case against Maersk with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) in Washington DC.

“Maersk has fleeced the world economy during the pandemic without qualm or remorse to reap its historically-record profits, while consumers, shippers, and the world suffer from 40-year-high inflation driven in large part by the ocean carriers’ pricing tactics,” the OJC filing stated, adding:

“In blunter language, Maersk price gouged, as it took full advantage of the global crisis to extort as much money as it possibly could from shippers. This can be achieved because a small cartel of carriers – organized into three cozy alliances – rule the oceans. Their dominance is anchored in large part on federal antitrust immunity granted by the Shipping Act.”


A recent feature in The Guardian savagely attacked organic farms for their “extravagant land use”, saying they were “underperforming in terms of yield”.

They want these healthy and natural organic farms replaced with food manufacturing hubs and our food genetically engineered based on high yield and pest resistance.

The whole global cabal seem hellbent on destroying ALL forms of traditional agriculture.

The recent restrictions imposed on Dutch farmers, aimed at reducing livestock in the Netherlands by a third, is just one of many tools being used to bring this about.

Canada and Ireland have already followed suit with identical restrictions imposed on their own farmers and traditional food production.

The EAT Forum, cofounded by the Wellcome Trust, has developed what they call “The Planetary Health Diet”.

It entails cutting meat and dairy intake by up to 90% and replacing it with foods made in laboratories, along with cereals and oils, all genetically engineered.

Their largest initiative is called FReSH, aimed at transforming the food system by working with biotech and chemical companies to replace whole foods with lab-created alternatives — all in the name of “sustainability.”

Unless we transition to this new ultra-processed and highly unnatural diet, they claim, the Earth is doomed.

If they succeed, Big Pharma will be the sole beneficiary and profiteer of the new system.

Whoever controls the food supply will end up controlling whole countries and entire populations.

At the end of the day, that’s all “sustainable food systems” are about – control.



Under the guise of saving nature, the Albanese government has signed Australia up to one of the biggest land grabs in history.

Dubbed 30 by 30, the goal is to set aside 30 percent of Australia’s land mass within a National Reserve System by 2030.

And thirty percent is just the beginning. 

30 by 30 grew out of a thesis by the eugenicist Dr Edward O Wilson of Harvard University, who maintained that humans should occupy no more than one half of the earth – and not the best half either.

His mantra was “Nature needs half”.

The ultimate goal, therefore, is to lock away 50 percent of the earth by 2050.

For decades, Australian governments have pursued policies harmful to agriculture and a productive economy.

30 by 30 will take this to the next level.

Setting aside that much land and water for conservation will ultimately destroy food production and regional economies.

It will mean a massive expansion of national parks, marine exclusion zones, wildlife refuges, wilderness areas, conservation easements, rural road and stock route closures and Indigenous Protected Areas.

Eventually, all human activity will simply be removed from these areas, including stock grazing, mining, timber production and all forms of recreational and Indigenous land use.

That’s something seldom mentioned.  Indigenous land use.

For 30 by 30 to work, the government will need Australia’s Traditional Land-owners to surrender all rights to access and use of the land held in their name.

This dispossession of Indigenous rights has been hidden behind endless platitudes about “treaties”, “conservation management agreements” and letting them “have a say” in what is happening, but the sub-text is clear.

30 by 30’s goal will restrict ALL human access to the land and waterways – and not just ‘whitey’.

That’s why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, more than anyone else, should be raising hell about 30 by 30.

All the platitudes, treaties and ‘compensations’ in the world, will be nothing beside the permanent loss of their sovereign right to roam over and use the land itself.

The roots of 30 by 30 lie in a radical green agenda called the “Wildlands Project”, from the 1990s.

The Project’s goal is to move humans into highly controlled, and restrictive ‘human settlement zones’, leaving most of the continent off limits.

It’s a ‘bait and switch’ aimed at removing people’s private property rights and placing control in the hands of an elite band of unelected technocrats, NGOs and their billionaire sugar daddies.

All done by stealth using the old Fabian tactic of ‘step-change’.

Once 2030 rolls around, much harsher ‘targets’ will be set for 2040 and 2050.

Each benchmark geared towards gently easing the human race into perpetual serfdom.


Farming is one of the State’s oldest and most valuable industries and over the past 7 years we have seen it slowly being strangled by the Palaszczuk Government.

Queensland farmers face some of the tightest restrictions on agricultural land and water use in the world.

Now there are signs that the Government is preparing to go after farmers yet again.

The impact of imposing more restrictions on farmers could prove fatal this time around.

For more than a decade, Queensland farmers have worked hard to successfully address a wide range of environmental issues in the industry.

Across the board, farmers are using improved farm management practices to reduce nutrient and chemical usage as well as farm runoff.

Given that the principal causes of water pollution are industry and cities, particularly their sewage systems, more restrictions on agriculture will have a negligible impact on water quality but a HUGE impact on farm yields and profitability.

Nitrogen is an element essential for life, which Australian soil lacks, along with a number of other important minerals.

No science is provided to explain at what point the quantity of nitrogen becomes poisonous.

The whole thing is ludicrous.

I am yet to see any of these technocrats go after far more obvious and symbolically important targets, such as private jets and mega yachts.

Nor do I hear them criticising massive polluters like Big Pharma, Big Tech or the military-industrial complex, whose emissions utterly dwarf any savings that might come from continuing to slam farmers.

It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that there is a dedicated push going on to simply drive Queensland farmers out of business.

Presumably so the government can scoop up their valuable properties and lock them away in its ‘protected area network’ or redevelop the land for industrial wind and solar.

Either way, Labor appears determined to shut down agriculture and hand food production over to urban-based precision farming and high-tech manufacturers of ‘food-like’ substances made from God knows what.

Who will own these facilities?

Big pharma and predatory billionaires like Bill Gates and Andrew Forrest no doubt.

At this rate we will see them depopulate the countryside, destroy our environment and end our way of life, long before 2030 rolls around.

If this was really about the environment, the government would work with farmers to implement measures gradually, over time.

Instead we have this mad rush by fanatical greens to enforce an ideological agenda that has little to do with climate change OR the environment.

An agenda reliant on junk science and a callous indifference to the well-being of Queenslanders.



Turns out there is a lot more to the Dutch farmers’ protest than meets the eye.

Many farmers are convinced that the government’s massive land grab has less to do with reducing nitrogen emissions and everything to do with plans to transform the Netherlands into a giant, sprawling metropolis called the TriState City.

The TriState area will cover the WHOLE of the Netherlands and large parts of Germany and Belgium as well.

The ultimate goal is for TriState to become the capital of a new ‘globo-homogenised’ European continent, made up of high density housing, EVs, bike paths and food “manufacturing” hubs.

Any natural areas left over will be used as renewable energy platforms for powering the gigantic new “City-State”.

It would mean the end of the Netherlands as a separate country, with the Dutch people’s own unique culture, heritage and way of life lost forever.

Instead, they and many other Europeans are to be herded into the TriState’s ‘sustainable’, densely packed residences – akin to barracks.

There will be “green space” but NO “free space”.

Inspired by the UN’s Agenda 2030, WEF’s “Cities of Tomorrow” and the EU’s Cities2030, a primary goal of the TriState will be for food to be produced within the confines of the smart cities.

It seems “sustainable” cities means “transforming the way we produce, transport, supply, recycle and RE-USE food”.

Partners of ‘Cities2030 include the Gates-funded “Food Future Institute”, and BIOZOON, a company that has nothing to do with natural, organic farming and everything to do with GMO food and lab-made meat.

In order to make all this a reality, however, a lot of land is going to be needed.

Land that the state doesn’t own – the farmers do.

And it’s not just farmers either.  The Dutch government is now talking of raising property taxes from 0.45 percent to 2.45 percent.  Anything to make it harder for people to afford their own homes and get them into those barracks.

Fishermen are being targeted as well.

From next year, fishing licenses will be issued based on how environmentally friendly their trawlers are – solely based on the “opinion” of inspectors.

It won’t be long, the Dutch fishers say, before no-one will be permitted to hold a fishing licence.

The ‘old normal’, and everything in it, is to be torn down, scrapped.

It’s not just happening in the Netherlands, but everywhere.

I have no doubt there are plans in a drawer somewhere, for a TriState here in Queensland.

A megacity metropolis where everything will be controlled and micromanaged: housing, food, water, education, reproduction and health.

One large ‘sustainable’ Gulag.

With no room for farmers.

Or animals.

Or freedom.

No Room for Dutch Farmers in TriState Megacity – YouTube



Video Start – 11:55

Klaus Schwab’s life by subscription, quote, is really serfdom. It’s slavery. Billionaire globalist corporations will own everything, homes, factories, farms, cars, furniture, and everyday citizens will rent what they need if their social credit score allows.

The plan of the Great Reset is that you will die with nothing. To pull off this evil plan, Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum will need to take more than just material possessions from Australians. Senators in this very chamber today who support the Great Reset threaten our privacy, freedom, and dignity. Yes, they’re in this senate chamber.

One Nation vehemently opposes the Great Reset, the Digital Identity Bill, theft of agricultural land use forcing farmers off their land, and all of the Great Reset. One Nation has a comprehensive plan to bring our beautiful country back to sustainable prosperity. And in the months ahead, we will be rolling that plan out. Instead of Lib-Lab pushing Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset with the tagline, you will own nothing and be happy.


Malcolm nails it again!
“We stand for a world where individuals and their communities have primacy over globalist billionaires and their quisling bureaucrats, politicians and mouthpiece media”!!
The world’s globalists, self-appointed rulers of planet Earth, have decreed a ‘Great Reset’.
But they all forgot one tiny thing …

One Nation advocates the Great Resist.

We stand for a world where individuals and communities have primacy over predatory globalist billionaires and their quisling bureaucrats, politicians, and mouthpiece media. One Nation accepts the challenge to provide a better future for everyday Australians.

We have one flag, we are one community, and we are One Nation.


The world’s oil supply is under siege on all sides.

Not only has the market lost 3 million barrels a day of Russian oil due to sanctions, we have seen a string of fires, explosions, supply breakdowns and strikes take out oil refineries worldwide.

On Monday, South Africa declared a ‘force majeure’ at Naref, its last working oil refinery, due to ‘delivery delays.  That means SA’s whole refinery fleet is out of action.

In, Libya, oil production has collapsed from 1.2 million barrels a day to 100,000 barrels, while in the US, Executive Orders have closed the Keystone Pipeline and major fields off the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska Inlet.

Biden is now desperately releasing a million barrels a day from America’s strategic oil reserve, which fell to its lowest level since 1985 this week.

Nearly 1 million bpd of oil refining capacity has been lost in the US since 2020, with five refineries shut down and more closures planned.

Chevron’s CEO told Bloomberg recently: ‘there will never be another new refinery built on US soil’.

In Australia, Chevron announced the closure of WA’s largest oil field by 2025.  This follows the closure of two refineries and dozens of offshore oil fields including shutdowns at the Curtis Island project in Gladstone.

New Zealand protestors, meanwhile, have been camped at Bream Bay for 100 days calling on the government to reopen NZ’s sole oil refinery at Marsden Point.

The whole world, meanwhile, has stopped investing in oil.

Today, there are just 507 oil fields producing more than 500,000 bpd. Most are 50+ years old with 60 percent decline rates.

Replacing these fields will take years and trillions of dollars but despite the surging demand and exploding price, there is no sign anywhere of governments preparing to invest in exploration.

Oil investment peaked in 2015 at a trillion dollars, falling to 583 billion in 2016.

Funny that.

2015 was the year governments worldwide signed on to Agenda 2030 and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals?

What are the odds that hundreds of billions of oil investment were then cancelled or postponed?

Without oil, the world would grind to a halt.

Factories would stop running, Ships, trucks, cars, tractors and airplanes would all sputter to a standstill and rust.

It is the indispensable energy that powers everything from industry, agriculture, transportation and construction.

So where are the oil ‘resilience plans’ or ‘emergency preparedness strategies’?

There aren’t any.

We don’t even have the baseline analysis needed to prepare such a thing.

The one bright spot is that people are finally waking up to the fact that ‘green tech’ won’t save them.

The ‘Green New Deal’ is NOT working.

Just ask all those Germans madly chopping firewood to prepare for winter!


I hope all Queensland farmers are taking note of what is going on in The Netherlands right now.

For days there has been a complete mainstream media blackout on the story, but finally news of the extraordinary revolt by Dutch farmers over the country’s new ‘Net Zero’ farming laws emerged yesterday.

The new regulations aims at slashing nitrogen oxide emissions 50 to 95 percent, depending on the province, by 2030.

To comply with the new limits, Dutch farmers will be forced to cull (kill) 30 per cent of their livestock.

An estimated 5,000 farms will be wiped out immediately, especially those near Holland’s ‘protected areas’, where the levels have been reduced a staggering 95 percent.

“The honest message … is that not all farmers can continue their business,” the Dutch Government said smugly when announcing the new laws.

This is beyond stupidity.

The idea that Dutch farmers are producing so much nitrogen, a gas that has NO EFFECT on global climate, that a third of the country’s farms must be shut down is absolutely insane.

So insane, in fact, that fifty thousand tractor-driving, furious Dutch farmers have brought the country to its knees over it.

It’s now impossible to cross the border with Germany because farmers, truckers and other allied workers have blocked all the highways with tractors, trucks, mounds of manure and hay bales.

Giant tractor chains, meanwhile, are blocking access to the country’s 20 food distribution centres, while fishermen, sympathetic to the protest, have blocked most of its ports.

The Dutch media are of course trying to paint the farmers as “far right-wing extremists” and “domestic terrorists”, but so far their words are falling on deaf ears.

The Dutch people are backing the farmers and their protest to the hilt!

The farmers say they have blocked highways, ports and supermarket distribution centres, to make the point that without farmers, no one eats.

They aren’t kidding either.

The Netherlands is the world’s second biggest agricultural exporter in the world and the largest meat exporter in Europe.

That means ALL of Europe will suffer.  Food shortages alone will be crippling.

Any Australian who thinks this doesn’t affect them are in for a shock when similar measures are imposed here – and believe me, they will be!

Too many people have allowed their heads to be filled with green fairy tales when it comes to this “transition” to ‘net zero’.

Most have no idea of the enormous costs and pain involved.

At a bare minimum, it is going to mean less farms, less livestock and a lot less food!


The West banned Oil imports from Russia and the price of oil immediately skyrocketed.

Australia’s RBA Governor, Philip Lowe, said on Tuesday that oil prices have risen 66% since last year.

Australia, he said, is facing the highest level of inflation seen in “many years”.

Now countries worldwide are being hit with crippling fuel shortages.

Many are scrambling to put in place national transportation emergency measures, including the UK, Australia, Canada and US.

Air travel has been smashed as airports across the UK, US and Europe cancel up to 60 percent of their flights because they don’t have enough jet fuel.

Can someone please explain how all this is a moral victory against Putin?

As far as I can see, all it has done is make Putin, the Saudis, Iran and Venezuela much, much richer – and us, a lot poorer.


Because higher oil prices only make them richer.

The loser won’t be Putin, it will be US – the so-called ‘advanced economies’ of the West.

And it’s not just oil.

Thanks to sanctions, commodities are up dramatically across the board: potash, fertilisers, wheat – wheat is huge.  Nickel went up 250% in 2 days after sanctions were first announced.

Who’s going to pay for all this?  You are.

It will be the biggest tax increase of your lives.  And by the way, it could soon get worse.


Because, contrary to what you’ve been told, a large section of the world has not joined the West’s boycott and Russia is still able to sell its oil, wheat and gas on global markets.

Here’s the bigger truth.  World trade and the global financial system benefit countries like Australia, the most.

That may not be fair, but it’s true.  It is the basis of Western power and wealth.

So if you destroy it in an effort to ‘get Putin’, who are you really destroying?

You’re destroying the West, and that’s what’s happening right now.

When you attack and destabilise world trade and the global financial system, you are attacking and destabilising Western economies, NOT Putin.

The West’s response to the invasion of Ukraine is probably the single most damaging thing any group of leaders has ever done to their own countries and the world.

Not to Putin.  To their own people.  And a lot of small countries who didn’t deserve it.

One day when all the hysteria finally lifts, I think we will review this moment with clear heads and when we do, we will be horrified.


Australia is experiencing crippling mass shortages of hundreds of life-saving medications and a range of other healthcare products.

Since 2020, the TGA has listed in excess of 700 medicines as in limited supply.  Today, there are 290 medicines that are either ‘unavailable’ or in short supply.

Why is this happening?

Well it turns out that virtually all the world’s active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and chemicals needed to manufacture essential medicines, are made in China.

In some cases, they are produced by just one Chinese factory!

Take piperacillin-tazobactam.  It is a critically important antibiotic that is made by a single factory in Hubei.

In 2016, an explosion destroyed it, causing a worldwide shortage that was later blamed for multiple deaths across Africa and Brazil.

Then there’s the single factory in Shanghai that makes a contrast dye needed for MRIs, CT scans and other life-saving diagnostic x-rays.

That factory has been shut down for months, again causing an ongoing worldwide shortage, including here in Australia.

The world is now over 90% dependent on China’s APIs for most of its essential medicines, including antibiotics, anti-cancer drugs and medications that treat cancer, HIV, asthma, heart problems, blood pressure, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression and seizures.

Even India, a major pharmaceutical manufacturer, relies on China for around 80% of the active ingredients used in its products.

As one researcher put it: “it’s the nightmare scenario”, with the world starting to run out of drugs with no easy alternative sources.

A lot of the problem is secrecy.

Regulators don’t even know the full picture of where all the ingredients in our medications actually come from.

And that’s because companies consider their API manufacturers to be proprietary information.

In February, the FDA announced that one drug was in short supply but wouldn’t say which, because naming it would have revealed “supply chain trade secrets”.

Many companies even hold plant locations as a closely held trade secret.

According to the Senior Director of a US Pharmacist Association that tracks shortages, it’s the murkiness of the supply chain that makes it hard to prevent shortages.

“And again, we don’t know where a lot of those drugs are made” he said.

The implications of all this for Australia’s national security are simply staggering.

AS Air Vice-Marshall Blackburn said at a Joint Standing Committee in 2020:

“We import about 90 per cent of our liquid fuels, 90 percent of our medicines and we rely on foreign-owned and flagged ships for about 98 per cent of our trade.  The import dependency has been further compounded by the failure of past governments to mandate stockholding levels for any of these imports.”

Those “past governments” have left Australia in an utterly untenable position.