As the Victorian election campaign becomes official Dan Andrews is avoiding the public, debates and hard questions. One year out from her election Jacinda Ardern’s friends in the media and intelligence agencies are warning of disinformation-induced political extremism. Join Tim Wilms and Stephen Berry for Trad Tasman Talk.
NSW CHO Kerry Chant has put out a PSA video warning of a new covid wave driven by Omicron BQ1 and XBB. Queensland CHO John Gerrard has unveiled a new traffic light advice system for when the state goes through covid waves. Chief covid zoom spreader Professor Raina MacIntrye appeared on ABC News Breakfast wearing a mask, she claims she’s had covid three times.
ATAGI has admitted they didn’t know about the risk of myocarditis from the mRNA Pfizer and Moderna vaccines until 5 months after they approved them. Tasmanian teenager Faith Ranson has developed functional neurological disorder (FND) after her Pfizer vaccine.
Emily Oster has called for a Pandemic Amnesty in Atlantic Magazine since there was so much uncertainty in decision-making, even though the truth about covid and the vaccines was very clear for so long. There has been no amnesty in Australia for those who protested lockdowns. TikTok comedian Jon-Bernard Kairouz received a 2-year good behavior bond for his People’s Premier speech during the 2021 Sydney anti-lockdown protest.
The Victorian Liberal Opposition could have broken the law with a Ditch Dan Ambulance looking for Dan’s promised 4000 ICU beds. They are attempting to campaign on issues where Labor is traditionally strong as they have also promised $2 public transport tickets and free school lunches. A three-cornered contest is developing in Caulfied with Teal Nomi Kaltmann accusing the Liberals who hold the seat of being too religiously conservative.
IBAC gagged the Age publishing a draft investigation into two grants the Andrews Government gave the Health Workers Union worth $3.4 million on the eve of the 2018 state election. Dan has agreed to take part in the Sky News People’s Forum with Matthew Guy where both will have to answer questions from voters.
A new witness comes forward from when the Andrews Family car collided with 15-year-old cyclist Ryan Meuleman in Blairgowrie in 2013. Meuleman was left fighting for life and claims the car driven by Dan’s wife Catherine was driving at speed. The witness Jane Crittenden said the Andrews did not render assistance.
Government-owned broadcaster TVNZ aired a documentary called Web of Chaos which featured members of the Disinformation Project. One of them claimed that the promotion of tradwives with happy white children is promoting extremism. The NZSIS has released an extremism guide called Know the Signs and encouraged people to dob in their neighbors if they show signs of extremism which now includes political extremism.
The NSW state election isn’t until 25th March 2023 but Health Minister Brad Hazzard has announced his retirement after 32 years in Parliament. One person angry about the lockdowns he ordered last year we found out this week wrote tyrant on his front lawn.
Kerry Chant Shaves Moustache: Warns of Immanent Covid Megadeath – XYZ
New ‘traffic light’ COVID-19 system as Qld steers into the next wave – Brisbane Times
ATAGI didn’t know about heightened risk of myocarditis in young men until five months after Pfizer, Moderna approval – news.com.au
The Tassie Teen Crippled by COVID Vax 0 The BFD
Covid cases TikTok comedian spared conviction for protest speech – Rebel News
No Amnesty for Pandemic Madness – Caldron Pool
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy hits back after Coalition’s ‘Ditch Danmobile’ questioned by unions – Sky News Australia
Daniel Andrews and wife Catherine grilled over 2013 Blairgowrie car crash after cyclist, witness break silence over the accident – Sky News Australia
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews investigated by anti-corruption watchdog – The Age
Candidates in the Victorian seat of Caulfield put forward their cases for election – ABC News
The Disinformation Project NZ
Know the signs: A guide for identifying signs of violent extremism NZSIS
Where Hamilton West Goes, the Country Goes – The BFD