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24 Aug 2023
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Babet calls for ACT Chief Minister’s resignation

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Babet calls for ACT Chief Minister’s resignation

United Australia Party Senator Ralph Babet has called for ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr to resign for presiding over a government which deployed a corrupt prosecutor.

In the wake of the scandal surrounding the Sofronoff Report, Senator Babet also said all convictions under Shane Drumgold when he was the Director of Public Prosecutions should be re-considered given the adverse findings made against him.

“The Chief Minister should look at his own shortcomings as leader of the ACT Government rather than attacking the person in charge of the inquiry for releasing the report,” Senator Babet said.

“Unless the report was released, the Chief Minister would have buried the findings to protect himself and his government.

“The release of the report served the public’s interest and we should all be grateful,” he said.

“The Chief Minister has no option but to resign over his failing governance and complete mishandling of this situation.”

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22 Aug 2023
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It’s OK to Vote NO

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It’s OK to Vote NO

If like the rest of us you’re not being told any detail about the Voice, then don’t be brow beaten into voting any other way but NO!

Voting NO doesn’t mean you’re racist and it doesn’t mean you’re inconsiderate of our indigenous brothers and sisters. It means you think ALL Australians should be treated equally.

If you don’t know, vote NO!

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10 Aug 2023
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Big win over Big Pharma for Senator Babet

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Big win over Big Pharma for Senator Babet

Vaccine indemnity to be investigated

Today was a milestone for the United Australia Party. Senator Ralph Babet has successfully introduced and then referred to committee his Vaccine Indemnity Bill (The Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Amendment Bill 2023).

Watch | Senator Babet Speech on Vaccine Indemnity Bill

This bill fulfils a key promise the United Australia Party took to the 2022 Federal Election – that being to hold vaccine companies to account.

The bill seeks to prevent the Commonwealth from granting future indemnity to Big Pharma in relation to the supply and use of vaccines.

Currently, if a person is injured after receiving a Covid-19 vaccination then the liability for that injury rests with the Australian taxpayer. The vaccine companies make all the profit but share none of the risk.

As an example, if someone purchases a car, and that car is faulty, resulting in a car accident and injury, who should pay? Should it be you the taxpayer or the manufacturer of that car? It should be the manufacturer of course.

Simply put, Big Pharma must pay for vaccine injuries by way of compensation rather than Australian taxpayers.

Senator Babet has successfully petitioned the Senate to refer the bill to a parliamentary committee for thorough scrutiny and consideration. The committee process will allow for public submissions to be made that go on to form part of the report to be tabled in the Senate.

This is a huge win for the United Australia Party and the Australian public. We will provide details on where and how you can have your say in due course.

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03 Aug 2023
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The end of indemnity for Big Pharma

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The end of indemnity for Big Pharma

United Australia Party Senator Ralph Babet has introduced a bill to the Senate which aims to mark the end of the coercive practices of big pharmaceutical corporations in Australia.

Senator Babet said his bill, titled the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Amendment (Vaccine Indemnity) Bill 2023, will “ensure no future indemnities are granted by the Commonwealth in relation to the use of vaccines. This bill will limit financial and legal risk to the Commonwealth and aid in the restoration of trust in medicine.”

“The Federal Budget papers for 2023-24 contain multiple, ‘unquantifiable contingent liabilities’ relating to vaccines. The unquantifiable liability stems from the fact that indemnity has been granted for Covid-19 vaccines,” Senator Babet said.

“Unquantifiable put simply means the cost of these clauses is open ended. Taxpayers are on the hook and big pharma is on the rod reeling them in.

“The potential liability doesn’t end with Covid-19 vaccines. According to the 2023-24 budget, indemnity has also been granted in advance to a manufacturer of a smallpox/monkeypox vaccine and a particular manufacturer of Covid-19 pandemic and pre-pandemic influenza vaccines.

“Granting indemnity means our government has handed over a blank cheque to big pharma. If anything goes wrong, taxpayers foot the bill.

“This incentivises risk taking, meaning they can cut corners on safety and wipe their hands of all responsibility when something goes wrong.

“The Covid-19 vaccines have had an alarming adverse event reporting rate 23 times greater per dose than non-Covid-19 vaccines. They have resulted in over 139,000 adverse event reports and some people have died. The true scale of vaccine related injuries and deaths is equally unquantifiable.”

CLICK HERE to view the bill.

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27 Jul 2023
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AEC wastes taxpayers’ funds chasing frivolous claims: Kelly

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AEC wastes taxpayers’ funds chasing frivolous claims: Kelly

The United Australia Party’s Craig Kelly has labelled the AEC’s failed lawsuit against him over ‘non-compliant federal election campaign material’ as a shocking waste of taxpayers’ money.

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) had argued campaign posters used by Mr Kelly in the run up to the 2022 Federal Election did not have the required authorisations clearly visible.

However, the matter has this week been dismissed in the Federal Court with Justice Steven Rares tossing the lawsuit and ordering the AEC to pay legal costs.

During the proceedings, Mr Kelly’s barrister Christopher Ward SC had argued the font size used was the same used by Mr Kelly when he was formerly campaigning as a member of the Liberal Party and was no different to the size used by other political parties during the 2022 election race.

“It was a stitch up right from the start. This was a malicious prosecution over a totally frivolous matter which was rightly thrown out of court,” Mr Kelly said.

“It should never have gone to court in the first place. What a shocking waste of taxpayer’s money,” he said.

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25 Jul 2023
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If you don’t know, VOTE NO

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If you don’t know, VOTE NO

The United Australia Party will not support a constitutional change that divides us by race. We are better than this.

The Voice is shrouded in secrecy and is pushed by a government who cannot be trusted. It is divisive, dangerous and will do nothing to improve the lives of indigenous Australians. Once it’s in our constitution there is no going back.

Our position is simple and clear – all Australians are equal, and all Australians deserve an equal voice.

 

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07 Jul 2023
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Covid vaccine autopsies study finds 74% were caused by vaccine. Study removed within 24 hours

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Covid vaccine autopsies study finds 74% were caused by vaccine. Study removed within 24 hours

A Lancet review of 325 autopsies after Covid vaccination found that 74% of the deaths were caused by the vaccine – but the study was removed within 24 hours.

The paper, a pre-print that was awaiting peer-review, is written by leading cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch and their colleagues at the Wellness Company and was published online on Wednesday on the pre-print site of the prestigious medical journal.

However, less than 24 hours later, the study was removed. CLICK HERE to read the full story.

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26 Jun 2023
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Albanese tramples journalists’ rights

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Albanese tramples journalists’ rights

Moves by the Albanese Government to fine social media companies millions of dollars for spreading misinformation on their platforms have been labelled a disgrace by Clive Palmer.

Mr Palmer said the crackdown was unconstitutional and has vowed to fight the legislation in court should it come into effect.

“This is an assault on free speech, freedom of the press and an attack on every journalist in Australia, whether they are working in print, radio, broadcast or social media,” Mr Palmer said.

“This extraordinary move by the Albanese woke left will mean that if the government does not agree with your beliefs, you can be accused of spreading fake news.

“Anthony Albanese, Jim Chalmers and Communications Minister Michelle Rowland are a disgrace,” Mr Palmer said.

“This is the worst Australian Government of all time. They are more interested in trivial matters than looking after Australians at a time when living standards are dropping and the cost of living is skyrocketing,” he said.

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26 Jun 2023
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Cardiac related hospital presentations skyrocket in Victoria

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Cardiac related hospital presentations skyrocket in Victoria

Fresh data obtained under Freedom of Information has revealed some alarming findings relating to cardiac presentations in Victoria’s hospitals.

Graphs in THIS ARTICLE show the average number of presentations for cardiac conditions in the 20-29 age group rose from 3.3% to 15.3% within two years of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.

Alarmingly, in the 10-19 age group, presentation with cardiac conditions went from 0.5% to 17.1% in the same time period.

It’s yet more data for an increasingly large bank of damning information which our government leaders have not only kept from us, but still refuse to explain.

CLICK HERE to see the graphs and read the analysis for yourself.

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22 Jun 2023
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First major world politician apologises for vaccine mandates

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First major world politician apologises for vaccine mandates

Danielle Smith, the Premier of Alberta, Canada, has become the first senior elected politician in the world to issue an apology to the unvaccinated for the discrimination they suffered at the hands of the government during Covid-19 lockdowns.

Premier Smith was direct and forthright in her statement, saying:

“I can apologise right now. I’m deeply sorry. For anyone who was inappropriately subjected to discrimination as a result of their vaccine status, I’m deeply sorry.

“For any government employee that was fired from their job, because of their vaccine status, and I welcome them back if they want to come back.”

The news is a welcome breakthrough in the fight for justice, not only for those who were victimised and ostracised by the vaccine mandates, but also those who have suffered medical harm as a result of the vaccine.

It begs the question – when will a member of the Australian Government be brave enough to do the same?

CLICK HERE for the full story, or for the video link CLICK HERE.

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