18 05, 2022


May 18, 2022|Australia, Corruption, Law, Politics, W.H.O., World|

Last month, while most people were distracted by rising inflation, food shortages and events in the Ukraine, the latest round of WHO’s hearings on the “Pandemic Treaty” took place in Geneva.

The next round of talks are due to start mid-June, with a working draft to be ready for “internal […]

16 05, 2022

Local council votes to SUE Mark McGowan’s government over the state’s tough vaccination mandates

May 16, 2022|Australia, Human Rights, Law, Politics|

  • Council in WA’s Pilbara region to launch legal action against vaccine mandates 
  • Majority of councillors at Port Hedland council voted in favour of going to court
  • Council received legal advice that warned the case could damage its reputation
  • Western Australia has highest third jab rate of any Australian state or territory 
12 05, 2022

Queensland Human Rights Commission lays claim vaccine mandate beyond CHO’s power

May 12, 2022|Australia, Human Rights, Law, Politics|

The Human Rights Commission (Commission) has sensationally intervened in the Supreme Court challenge brought by educators – believing the CHO has gone too far. According to reports, the Commission claimed the vaccine mandate for teachers and childcare workers was outside the Chief Health Officer (CHO) John Gerrard’s powers under the Public Health Act 2005. […]