Our governments, federal and state, have been repeating nonsensical numbers of Australians testing positive for COVID-19, according to Australia One leader Riccardo Bosi.
He said although these numbers, which could include up to 80 per cent false positives to the virus, are bandied about, our politicians and bureaucrats were consistently refusing to tell Australians the number that really matters: the number of people hospitalised.
“And let’s not talk about those who might have died from the disease,” Mr Bosi said.
“If overseas experience is any guide, there appears to be a direct correlation between the increase of deaths from COVID-19 and the decrease in numbers of those dying from other diseases such as influenza, cancer and pneumonia, to name just a few.
“Wild claims have also been made concerning our overworked medical staff but I have been personally advised that after the initial rush for testing, most of the hospitals are all but free of COVID-19 patients.
“So what is really going on? Is there a medical emergency? Of course there is, but where? Not in Australia.”
Mr Bosi said there was enough evidence that COVID-19 was created in a laboratory in China and that it has been used as a weapon in a large-scale biological attack, primarily against western nations.
“There is also sufficient evidence that global forces have been involved in the COVID-19 scare from the start: the Chinese Communist Party, the UN and its subsidiary the World Health Organisation and including, but not limited to, private organisations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,” he said.
“But we are not hearing this from our Federal Government or state governments, the Australian media or the Australian Medical Association. Why?
“Is this disease killing people? Yes.
“Are there treatments which have been proven successful? Yes.
“Are there victims? Yes, but in the main it has affected those with pre-existing conditions and/or with already compromised immune systems.
“Should action, including criminal charges and demands for reparation, be taken against those individuals, organisations and governments that have knowingly been involved in the creation and spreading of this disease? Unequivocally, yes.
“So, what should we do? As individuals we should all be responsible for our own response. If we feel sick, we should see a doctor. And if we are concerned for our safety, we should take precautions and perhaps stay at home.”
He said as a nation we should immediately make available as a standard treatment, the combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin, which has been proven to be effective against COVID-19.
“Both drugs are safe, having been used for decades, and with their effects well documented by the medical and pharmaceutical professions, there should be no need to delay a treatment program available to all Australians,” Mr Bosi said.
“And during this critical time in our nation’s history, we should be taking the opportunity to rebuild the country and repair the damage that has been wrought by successive useless and untrustworthy governments.
“Those of us who are not concerned with the scare should get back to work as soon as possible while those Australians concerned for their safety and that of their family, should be permitted to stay at home. Our lives are our own responsibility.
“Bear in mind that it is only a government out of control or out of ideas that would order a lock down of an entire nation for as long as it claims is necessary. Six months? While they and their bureaucrats remain on full pay while working Australians are given handouts?
“This is sheer madness, unless of course, there is another reason for the lockdown — another agenda?
What more should we do?
“We should, indeed, shut our borders to prevent the introduction of new outbreaks — that makes sense — and we could take advantage of low interest rates to rebuild the foundations of our economy.
“Improved infrastructure such as power stations, dams, ports and roads would allow Australia to once again be a self-reliant and rich country able to not only survive but to thrive during economic shocks created in other parts of the world.
“We should immediately remove all taxes that stifle and retard our economic growth: payroll tax, fringe-benefits tax, capital gains tax and stamp duty.
“Doing this should encourage as many sectors of the economy as possible to become involved in rebuilding our nation.
“We should immediately suspend all foreign aid and cease payments to the UN, the WHO and every other foreign organisation, and reinvest in Australia.”
Mr Bosi said Australia needed to stop borrowing money to give to those who do us harm and instead begin building a Bradfield Scheme-like water system and enough power stations to ensure every Australian state was self-reliant when it comes to electricity.
“We are under attack, make no mistake, and we need to build a war economy capable of fighting this ‘invisible war’ — an economy that is resilient and tough, and one that can out-perform our adversaries,” he said.
“This is the perfect time for Australia to do all this and more. It is what any good government does.
“But our governments are not doing any of this and their incoherent, inconsistent and incompetent responses are inexplicable.
“Have the true masters of our politicians and bureaucrats gone AWoL to focus on their own areas of engagement?
“Or perhaps there’s something else going on that they don’t want us to see, something they need to make certain you don’t know about.”