AustraliaOne recogniozes the work of others in exposing the truth about the Covid-19 virus. We do not impose our views on you as an individual but believe the each person should evaluate the evidence in a manner which is both logical and diligent, We provide links for you to research on your own to make up your own mind.
- Sky News’ Rowan Dean exposes the agenda of the New World Order https://www.skynews.com.au/details/_6199544116001
- The Digital Freedom Platform provides a documentary into their research on what is behind the covid-19 response by most of the world governments and health organizations. https://freedomplatform.tv/plandemic-indoctornation-world-premiere/?fbclid=IwAR0awzuW_Mg5nG9snt-6iAh_ctz2sXspZI4CM1-syJxs3M8myQ9sk6gVHD8
- Legal expert Dr Reiner Fuellmich provides his insights in corporations with vested interests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr04gHbP5MQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2y2r0WlR-jM2EOASdxhXxat3jtAjo5V5Vt931QtjQev5rHBJHJjRaB7CQ
- Forwarded to us by a seriously concerned supporter.
“All medium and large employers in the meat, poultry, seafood processing and supermarket and refrigerated distribution sectors will be asked to ensure that a quarter of their workforces are tested each week. This applies to all workers operating from their work premises – and will lead to the majority of a workforce being tested over the course of a month….As we take steps towards COVID Normal, our greatest tool to stop us going backwards is getting tested – our surveillance program will make sure we are leaving no stone unturned in tracking the virus.” – Comrade Dan
– except any ‘stone’ that confirms Chinese Govt involvement, of course.
- COVID-19 has become the most serious bio-threat that politicians have claimed that Australia has had to face. *cough* *cough*
On the 10th of January 2020 the WHO released travel advice about it. But let’s just go back a bit…
In 2015 Bill Gates in a TED talk worried that the next ‘threat’ the world will face will come from a virus (the computer tech giant who now makes his money from vaccines).
In Australia, our political leaders received a Godly insight too, enacting the Biosecurity Regulation of 2016 (https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2018C00579)
YET in MARCH (3 months AFTER the WHO’s travel advice; 5yrs SINCE Gate’s warning; 4years AFTER enacting legislation)…our elected political geniuses permit a ship to dock WITH a transferable and deadly disease/virus on board and in contravention of Biosecurity Act 2015
So how many deaths have we seen in Australia?
1,764 – a tragedy.
How many cases reported?
How many recovered?
To me, this screams of a failure of the Duty of Care that elected officers have in their role as the officers of the state.
Where are all the lawyers when you need them?
- US quality control standards for vaccines have NOT been tested in 32yrs.
What is being forced into our kids? – (https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/immunisation/immunisation-throughout-life/national-immunisation-program-schedule?fbclid=IwAR3My3YPrmZhUdXPbctp1dmHC5LHEjxLfBT5kaISPy_Qd3HXwtcye4fl9QM)
- A reminder of what Bill Gates told those who were listening, in 2015:
Now what year was legislation enacted in YOUR State that removes YOUR rights in the event of a pandemic?
For example: WA – 2016 https://www.legislation.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/law_a147114.html
158. Enforcement of requirement to undergo medical observation, medical examination
(1) If an authorised officer gives a direction to a person under section 157(1)(j) to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated, an authorised officer or police officer may use reasonable force to ensure that the direction is complied with, including, if necessary —
(a) to apprehend and detain the person to whom the direction applies (the relevant person) and take the relevant person to a place where the person is required to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated in accordance with the direction; and
(b) to detain the relevant person at the place where he or she is required to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated in accordance with the direction; and
(c) to restrain the relevant person —
(i) to enable a medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out; or
(ii) to enable the relevant person to be vaccinated;
(d) to remove anything (including underwear) that the relevant person is wearing, if —
(i) the removal of the thing is reasonably necessary to enable a medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out or, as the case requires, to enable the person to be vaccinated; and
(ii) the relevant person is given a reasonable opportunity to remove the thing himself or herself, and refuses or fails to do so.
(2) A direction under section 157(1)(j) to undergo medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated authorises —
(a) in the case of a direction to undergo medical examination —
(i) the carrying out of that medical examination in accordance with the direction; and
(ii) the testing of any sample obtained or taken in connection with that medical examination;
(b) in the case of a direction to undergo medical treatment —
(i) the giving of medical treatment to the relevant person in accordance with the direction; and
(ii) the testing of any sample obtained or taken in connection with that medical treatment;
(c) in the case of a direction to be vaccinated, the vaccination of the relevant person.
(3) If any action taken under subsection (1) involves the removal of an item of clothing —
(a) it must be done with decency and sensitivity and in a manner that gives to the relevant person the degree of privacy and dignity that is consistent with ensuring compliance with the direction; and
(b) the authorised officer or police officer taking the action and any other person present while it is done (excluding any person who is carrying out any medical examination or medical treatment or vaccinating the relevant person) must, if practicable, be of the same gender as the relevant person; and
(c) the number of people present while it is done (excluding a person who is present under paragraph (d)) must be no more than is reasonably necessary to ensure that the direction is complied with effectively and to ensure the safety of all present; and
(d) if the relevant person is a child or an impaired person, it must, if practicable, be done in the presence of a responsible person or some other person who can provide the child or impaired person with support and represent his or her interests.
(4) This section does not limit section 161.
161. Authorised officer may be given assistance, and may use force
(1) An authorised officer exercising a serious public health incident power may be assisted by a police officer or other person.
(2) An authorised officer exercising a serious public health incident power conferred by section 157(1)(a), (b), (d) or (f), and any police officer or other person who is assisting an authorised officer to exercise that power, may use whatever force is reasonably necessary to exercise the power.
(3) If a person does not comply with a requirement of, or a direction given by, an authorised officer exercising a serious public health incident power, an authorised officer and any police officer or other person who is assisting an authorised officer to exercise that power may do all things that are reasonably necessary to enforce compliance with the requirement or direction, using any force that is reasonable in the circumstances.
(4) Without limiting subsection (3), the force that an authorised officer or police officer or person assisting may use includes any force that it is reasonably necessary to use in the circumstances to overcome any resistance to the enforcement of compliance with the requirement or direction (including enabling a medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out or a vaccination to be given) that is offered by the person to whom the requirement or direction applies, or that the authorised officer or police officer or person assisting reasonably suspects will be offered by that person.
162. Failure to comply with requirements and directions
(1) A person must not, without reasonable excuse, fail to comply with a requirement of, or a direction given by, an authorised officer exercising a serious public health incident power.
Penalty for an offence under this subsection: a fine of $20 000.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply unless, when the authorised officer makes the requirement or gives the direction, the authorised officer informs the person that a failure to comply with the requirement or direction may constitute an offence.
(3) A person must comply with a requirement or direction referred to in subsection (1) despite the provisions of any other written law, and —
(a) no civil or criminal liability is incurred as a result of that compliance; and
(b) complying with the requirement or direction is not to be regarded as —
(i) a breach of any duty of confidentiality or secrecy imposed by law; or
(ii) a breach of professional ethics, professional standards or any principles of conduct applicable to the person’s employment; or
(iii) unprofessional conduct.
And now there is the DEFENCE LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (ENHANCEMENT OF DEFENCE FORCE RESPONSE TO EMERGENCIES) BILL 2020
SCHEDULE 2 – IMMUNITY
- This Schedule inserts a new provision in the Act to give ADF members, other defence personnel and foreign armed forces immunity from civil and criminal suit in relation to actions done in good faith performance of their duties, where the duties are in relation to certain assistance provided in the context of a natural disaster or other emergency.
- This item inserts a new definition in subsection 4 of the Act, defining ‘protected person’ by reference to new subsection 123AA(3).
Items 2 and 3
- These items amend the delegation power in section 120A of the Act. New subsection 123AA(4) provides for the Secretary or the CDF to authorise a Commonwealth employee or member of a foreign armed force to provide relevant assistance under new subsection 123AA(1). This has the effect of these individuals becoming a ‘protected person’ for the purposes of subsection 123AA(1).
Federal laws – 2016: subsection 477(5) of the Biosecurity Act provides that:
‘[a] requirement determined under subsection (1) applies despite any provision of any other Australian law’. This law, passed by the parliament in 2016, gave the Minister for Health the power to override any other law under the cloak of a national emergency.
….will the Biosecurity Act 2016 save us?
- Corona Virus explained in 6 minutes.
- What does the Public Health Act (2005) (QLD) mean to you?
A Supporter contacted us:
“legal aid in Qld is unable to give any legal advice at present due to the laws being “changed”. What the ‘changes’ are is not known. But advises that common laws are in a state of ‘suspension’ due to declaration of emergency based on plandemic.”
- What is created to ‘save you’, in the wrong hands is created to ‘kill you’
“Collecting genomic samples from COVID patients across the whole of Italy in order to try to identify the genetic bases of the high level of clinical variability they showed.”
“And future research will be aided, too, by the development of a COVID Biobank accessible to academic and industry partners”
“We have developed this approach in collaboration with the Siena Artificial Intelligence Lab, and now intend to compare it with classical genome-wide association studies3 in the context of the COVID-19 Host Genetics Initiative, which brings together the human genetics community to generate, share, and analyse data to learn the genetic determinants of COVID-19 susceptibility, severity, and outcomes.”