Northern Territory Imposes Strictest Vaccine Mandate in the World: “You Must Be Vaccinated… You Have 30 Days”
“If you have not received, at least, your first dose of the vaccine, you will not be permitted to attend your workplace, in that role, and a failure to comply with that direction is a $5,000 fine.”
Northern Territory passes new laws to make it easier to change gender, a “consequential amendment needed” after allowing same-sex marriage.
The Northern Territory has passed new laws to allow individuals, including children, to legally change their gender without the need for surgery. The changes to the Birth, Deaths and Marriage Act allows people to register their gender as non-binary on their birth certificates, as well as making it easier for transgender people to change their sex without surgery. Parents will also be able to change the sex identity of their children. NT Attorney-General Natasha Fyles said, “Australians voted last year to allow same-sex marriage so there are consequential amendments needed in the NT.” “We are watching our nation going nuts,”…
“…this could potentially mean a Drag Queen is allowed to teach biology in a secondary school, whereas a pro-life biologist is not.”
“Yes23’s referendum loss was death by double standard.”
“I can’t understand why someone who does not have Christian beliefs would want to work in a Christian school. If political parties and football clubs can choose who they want as members, why can’t Christian schools?”
“Should a Drag Queen, or member of the ‘Church’ of Satan decide to teach in a Christian school, there would be no solid legal ground for that Christian school to reasonably refuse employment.”
“The Uluru Statement from the Heart (TUSH) will not unite Australians but only divide us. It will not address the many real needs that indigenous peoples face on a day-to-day basis, and as such, it should be firmly rejected as a way forward. And that’s because it’s an attempt to undermine decision-making and due process in a western democracy that already affords aboriginal political representation.”
Military Transferring COVID Positive and Close Contacts To Quarantine Camp, Harshest Lockdown Enforced
The communities were also placed under the harshest lockdown restrictions Australia has ever seen, with residents prohibited from leaving their homes except for medical or emergency reasons.
“If you are anti-mandate, you are absolutely anti-vax. I don’t care what your personal vaccination status is.”
“All of this discrimination sends a clear message: the rights of the individual will be protected only so long as they do not conflict with the state. There is nothing – not even a global pandemic – more dangerous to a free society,” Senator Hanson said.
Significantly, the vast majority of Aboriginal deaths in custody are experienced by those with pre-existing health conditions, rather than anything to do with police violence or ‘systemic racism’.
George Christensen Proposes Law to Protect Babies Born Alive During Botched Abortions: ‘This Is a Violation of Our Humanity’
Federal MP George Christensen has proposed a bill to ensure children born alive during a botched abortion will receive the same life-sustaining medical treatment that would be afforded to any other baby.
Firebrand Australian Tasmanian senator, Jackie Lambie joins the Liberal National Party’s George Christensen, and Andrew Hastie, along with One Nation’s Pauline Hanson, and Mark Latham, in being among the few Australian parliamentarians to publicly challenge Chinese Communist interference in Australian society, education and politics. Arguing for a “Make Australia Make Again” campaign, the senator channelled her fiery speech from December warning about government inaction with regards to the Chinese regime. Lambie took direct aim and shot straight in the heart of the path of least resistance chosen by The Greens, Labor, and the LNP. It was a clean shot across…
Jacinta Price confronts shameless activists exploiting Aboriginal family’s grief for political agenda
Shameless activists inciting racial division and hatred have disrespected a grieving family’s wishes for calm and peace while investigations into the death of an Aboriginal man shot by police continue. Jacinta Price took to social media yesterday to urge restraint from jumping to conclusions following the death of her nineteen-year-old nephew, Kumanjayi Walker, after a police shooting in the remote indigenous community of Yuendumu, 293 kilometres north-west of Alice Springs on Saturday last week. Speaking on behalf of the family she advised they were “waiting to understand the circumstances around his death.” Warning against turning the incident into a witch…