Some positive news coming out of Queensland.
But have the intended results already been achieved?
A mandate preventing unvaccinated individuals against COVID-19 from visiting many public venues in Queensland will be eased from this Thursday.
Citizens will no longer need to prove they have had two doses of a vaccine before heading into cafes, pubs and clubs from 1:00am on April 14, it was recently announced.
This also includes theme parks, casinos, cinemas, weddings, showgrounds, stadiums, galleries, libraries and museums.
Since December, the state required people entering hospitality and entertainment venues to be fully vaccinated and check in with a mobile app.
It was a part of measures to ‘limit the spread of COVID-19’ as the state opened its borders to ‘hotspots’ like New South Wales and Victoria.
From Thursday, however, this requirement will no longer be in place.
Personally, I don’t see this as a ‘victory’.
Have I really ‘won’ if I can go back to the pub and drink my sorrows away?
Not to me.
Queensland’s vaccine mandate will still apply for vulnerable settings including schools, hospitals, correctional and aged care facilities.
However, despite this, there are signs that opposition is growing against these restrictions as well.
Perhaps there is some light on the horizon?
COMMISSION FIGHTS BACK
The Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) has delivered hope for school teachers and early childhood workers across the sunshine state, ruling the current vaccination mandate is outside the State Health Chief’s power, under the Queensland Public Health Act.
The QHRC has made the assertions in a submission to the Supreme Court, as three groups of suspended teachers and early childhood workers challenge an earlier decision by Justice Jean Dalton.
Dalton previously determined that the Chief Health Officer’s vaccine directions were legislative and not administrative decisions, not requiring explanation.
Counsel for the QHRC says the direction fails to comply with section 58(1) of the Queensland Human Rights Act 1999, which makes it unlawful for a public entity to act or make a decision in a way that is incompatible with a human right.
In early march, Queensland’s Human Rights Commissioner Scott McDougall blasted the Palaszczuk government ahead of a vote to extend Queensland’s State of Emergency powers, stating:
“Powers imposing such significant human rights limitations cannot continue without proper oversight, transparency and external review.”
Although extremely late to the party, which is not good enough in all honesty, it still is good to see human rights advocates finally standing up for the individual liberty of Queensland citizens.
Moreso from a perception perspective for the movement, not for their late arrival to the party.
Despite my frustration, we can’t deny that this is finally some positive news to emerge.
Authorities say there will be no need to restore previous restrictions at this point.
If this really is a permanent lifting of restrictions, which I am sceptical of, we must ask the question ‘why?’.
Why would they relinquish their grip now?
Has the damage already been done?
DAMAGE ALREADY DONE?
I hate to dampen a positive article with negativity, so please look away now if you are happy with these pieces of news and you aren’t looking for answers to the questions listed above.
But IF they are relinquishing restrictions for good (without a return in the winter), my only guess would to assume the vaccine agenda has already achieved its aim.
And the boosters have been a key part of this.
In truly Brave New World fashion, an increase in chronic illnesses and diseases would continue to happen on unprecedented levels, including the sterilisation of large portions of the human population.
First, let’s take a look at chronic illnesses.
In Queensland, we have seen a 40% increase in heart problems/chest pains alone, according to authorities.
Of course, despite having all the answers over the last two years, now they are not sure why this spike is occurring across the state. But it isn’t the vaccine, that’s for sure! (?).
Truly baffling to see such a change of tone in the face of a REAL problem. Not manufactured.
Let’s not forget the stunning rates of adverse events in comparison to all other vaccines in our history.
Now, although this is significant, the percentage of total recipients would still be only a fraction.
So, what about the rest?
Well, once the ‘dead wood’ is handled, sterilisation awaits the rest of the healthy future slave class.
‘Humane eugenics’, modelled from the PZP vaccine on wild animal populations that ‘need’ to be controlled.
The PZP vaccine, which also required two initial shots followed by a booster, was ONLY able to work IF the booster was administered to the animals 6 months later. The booster was the key.
If they didn’t have the booster, the sterilisation would not be successful.
In Queensland, 2,245,100 citizens have reportedly had their booster shot. Many under continued mandates.
This is almost 50% of Queensland’s population.
If the PZP assessment is correct, which I believe could very e their test model, it seems the program is now a ‘success’ on those who are healthy enough to avoid a chronic illness reaction.
50% is not a large number, but it could be likely that those in the other 40% (who did suffer a reaction to the vaccine) may not return for their booster. Now reliant on Big Pharma to treat them for the rest of their lives.
Or maybe they might come back for more in the Winter season.
In Queensland, Dr. Gerrard says people over the age of 65, Indigenous people over 50 and the immunosuppressed should come forward in the coming months for a fourth dose of the vaccine.
But maybe, just maybe, the segregation has ended.
Either way, the vaccine operation has undoubtedly altered the human species forever.
Moving forward, the need for transhuman-infused pharmaceuticals will be large, and the necessity for IVF technology for birth will be almost essential. First creating birth classism, then allowing for total control.
The disconnection of the human touch from birth will soon normalise the transfusion of man with microchips, nano-technology and more, from a very young age. Designer Babies. The last frontier.
Not to mention the damage restrictions cause outside of health (business, mental health, etc).
Forgive me for not being as ‘enthused’ as others by this news.
Despite this, however, I always remember the bigger picture at the end of the day.
THE GOOD NEWS?
The good news?
We — you reading this — are not the same as the breed who succumbed to this operation.
Our destiny has always been different.
In the midst of this carnage, like-minded people have found each other and are envisioning what the new world will look like for our species.
Of course, this isn’t the end of The Great Reset.
Far from it.
But the only thing they are ‘re-setting’ is an already fake system.
Hopefully those who lost their job are able to take those positions up again soon.
But what will that even mean considering the economic changes that are yet to come?
Those that hang on to the manufactured falsehoods are in for a bumpy ride, but I do wish you all the best — especially those in the awake community who were able to keep their positions. Keep pushing.
Things will begin to heat up, however. So just be ready.
I will continue to recommend complete disconnection, but whatever happens, we will weather the storm.
I feel blessed every day that I had the ‘eyes to see’ and am not just another statistic.
I suppose one cheeky little drink isn’t too bad of a celebration, now, after typing that.
Keep pushing and stay strong, everyone.
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