Jane Halton, who is a key player in the Gates-Rockefeller so-called “global health” network, could help us better understand Victoria’s draconian and insane shutdown and police state imposition.
Halton tops the list of commissioners on the advisory board of the National COVID-19 Coordination Commission, set up to “better coordinate the efforts occurring within and between the public and private sectors following the novel coronavirus pandemic”.
Halton is also chairwoman of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), a key player in the Gates-Rockefeller funded global health network that has been heavily involved in planning the “pandemic response” under the watchful eyes of the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board.
Naturally, she is all for mass vaccination for COVID-19 and in a Good Weekend interview on June 6 repeated the lie spread about the hydroxychloroquine treatment, saying it was “not safe”. In fact, as we have stated before, this generic medicine has been used for 65 years as a preventative and treatment for malaria and is widely prescribed for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. It has been shown in trials and by doctors using it on COVID-19 patients to be a very effective treatment.
People who know anything about COVID-19 and influenza death statistics will know the Victorian response is beyond stupid, given the actual threat involved and the misleading COVID statistics seen worldwide. But it is also a highly destructive attack on Australia itself, not only from the lockdown health issues, but the damaging effects of business closures and bankruptcies and the disruption of the national economy.
The COVID-19 commission’s advisory board consists of a corporate elite, headed by Neville Power, chairman of Perth Airport and deputy chairman of Strike Energy Ltd. His deputy David Thodey is chairman the CSIRO and EFTPOS banking business Tyro, and accounting software provider Xero. He is also a non-executive director of Ramsay Health Care and Vodafone Group Plc.
Other commissioners include Paul Little AO (transport and logistics), Catherine Tanna (energy retailing), Samantha Hogg (transport, infrastructure, energy), Mike Hirst (banking) and Paul Howes (KPMG). Then there’s the secretaries of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Philip Gaetjens, the Department of Home Affairs, Mike Pezzullo, and The Treasury, Dr Steven Kennedy.
So this corporate-government elite with vast financial interests and power in Australia, who are supposed to be co-ordinating the national COVID-19 response, are quite happy to sit back and watch Andrews drive Victoria and the nation into serious economic decline?