In recent years Australians have experienced a shocking overreach by our Government.
Businesses were forced to close. Families and friends for the first time were pressured to segregate. Millions of Australians felt coerced into receiving a completely new medical procedure. Many Australians also became aware that medical experts who expressed a different opinion were being silenced.
And what happened when citizens attempted to protest? They were too often met with brutal force.
This has set a chilling precedent. History teaches us that this type of overreach will only get worse if left unchecked.
“Better to die fighting for freedom than be a prisoner all the days of your life.”Bob Marley
1- All voices matter in Australia: I stand against unlawful censorship, silencing and/or vilification of dissenting opinions, particularly those connected to the pandemic.
2- stand against segregation in Australia: there is no justification regardless of race, religion, gender, disability, sexuality or health choices, including vaccination status.
3- All Australians have the right to work in their chosen field: I stand against heavy-handed policies resulting in forced job loss, as a consequence of individual health choices.
4- With respect to the massive public failures of the past two years, I stand for transparency and government accountability: I oppose uninformed, disproportionate and damaging responses to health emergencies.
5- I stand for the rights and freedoms of all Australians: I oppose the coercive government and corporate policies to control health behaviour at the expense of individual privacy, rights and freedoms.