democracy and freedom

Stephen Andrew statement on democracy and freedom

One Nation’s Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts , have taken a very brave and principled stand over the issue of jab mandates and the major parties’ creation of a totalitarian, surveillance state in Australia. Kudos to both of them for their courage and leadership!
The two heroes announced yesterday that they were issuing the Prime Minister with an ultimatum – either he take action to end all the state government jab-mandates or they will block EVERY single piece of legislation the government tries to put up. This is no empty threat, either.
Their boycott means Scomo and the rest of his ‘Great Reset’ loving cohort in Cabinet, will now need to gain the support of the three remaining Senate crossbenchers before they can pass any legislation. This will be a good thing, regardless of the mandate issue.
Most of the Bills being rammed through at the Federal level comprise some of the most appallingly draconian pieces of legislation passed in any country in the world. Piece by piece, they are dismantling our democratic system and stripping away the country’s last vestiges of freedom.
Without the support of the other three cross-benchers, this managed destruction of Australia’s entire political, economic and social structure, will come to an abrupt halt. The three are Jacquie Lambie, Rex Patrick and Stirling Griff.
That means everyone should now swing into action and get as many people as possible, to visit, write, email, or call these senators. We need to let them know just how unpopular the jab-mandates are – and just how unpopular THEY THEMSELVES will become if they break the One Nation boycott!
In might also be worth writing to National Party members in the Lower House as well – especially those from Queensland. The Queensland National Party has historically been a party that stood for freedom and democracy. Some of them need to be reminded of that, I think.
Right now, the majority in the lower house is razor thin and all it would take is for one member from the Coalition to resign from the party, and all bets would be off. If there are any MPs left, who still hold true to the principles and values their party once espoused, then now is the time for them to stand up and be counted!!
In the words of Patrick Henry:
“Now is the time for all good men and women to come to the aid of their country”.
2 replies
  1. Brad
    Brad says:

    Nice work,
    just pointing out also, looks like typo Senator Patrick’s Christian name needs to be edited

    can delete this if necessary


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