The QAnon scourge is bloody scary and Australian’s are not immune
QAnon is now so mainstream that 71 Republicans running for office this year have espoused #QAnon beliefs. That's more Republicans than believe in evolution or vegetables. #WWG1WWGA #GreatAwakening pic.twitter.com/iqmOCp68KC
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) August 22, 2020
QAnon and Prime Minister Morrison’s links to it
The Great Submarine Scam
Has Scott Morrison’s best mates David Gazard and Peter Costello again fraudulently profited from Australia’s $90 billion Liberal Party / submarine slush fund?
Australian PM lies about Singapore comparison
LNP Pushing Nukes for donors
There is one small problem with small modular reactors.
None have successfully been built yet.
Luckily there is one company developing them – & one only. Its called SMR Nuclear Technology.
And luckily, it's owned by (LNP donor) Trevor St Baker.https://t.co/FSDIMlR5Lp
— Mick Lawless – Not my PM 💧⏳ 🌏🍀🐨 (@motorcymick) March 9, 2020
Still waiting on the MSM to broach this subject
Hemp is an amazing material – check some of these articles out
Built from hemp – powered by hemp bio-fuel. Built by a firm in Canada.
Meanwhile, in Australia (with the resources of an entire country) the best we can do is lambs-wool toilet-seat covers.
Political change needed – End the Duopoly!
Our advice? Vote progressive parties first. Then Labor.
Put the LNP and other political rockspiders last.
Don’t swallow the “you’re wasting your vote” or “you’ll help the LNP get in” twaddle favoured by our political duopoly.
Get active with a minor progressive party in your state/territory and move some people who are not owned by vested interests into power for a change.
Catch this @ScottMorrisonMP?
— Free Radical (@NorthCoastBlue) September 10, 2019
Boycott companies that support Sky News
A community initiative to make racism, bigotry, misogyny and climate change denial less profitable
“The rise of activist groups like Mad Witches and Sleeping Giants on social media have put further pressure on sponsors to rethink their advertising strategy and reconsider supporting provocative broadcasters like Jones.” – Source