Time for ‘Plan B’?
AUSTRALIA VOTES NO
Australians have rejected the establishment of a divisive Voice to Parliament advisory body.
The referendum was defeated — a result that was declared quite early this evening. Some analysts called the result at 7:25pm AEDT — a little more than an hour after polls closed in most of the eastern states.
Tasmania was the first to be declared as a No state, followed by New South Wales and South Australia.
Because at least four states needed to vote Yes for the referendum to pass, the defeat was declared before results were known for the other three states. By this point, polls hadn’t even closed in WA.
A massive thumping for the controversial Yes campaign that was filled mixed messages and hidden cultural marxist agendas, signifying a bump in the road for part of the centralised land takeover plan.
But in defeat, could this effort actually be used for something just (if not more) sinister?
Just as quick as the referendum has been called, it seems it will be now used to fulfil another agenda.
We all know that the establishment often plays multiple cards as part of the same events, and we also know they don’t take ‘defeat’ lightly on the path to Agenda 2030.
To give context, let’s not forget that the Australian government is currently drafting a chilling bill against ‘misinformation’ on social media platforms at the moment:
Now, what are the odds that within hours of this result, the Yes campaign are already crying out that so-called ‘online misinformation’ played a huge part in skewing referendum voting:
From politicians to supporters of the average public, many are saying that a “Trumpian campaign” of ‘misinformation’ was the only reason this was able to happen this way:
Even the Prime Minister, just hours ago in his post-result speech, questioned whether ‘everything happened the way it should have’ with discussion points during the campaign:
NWO-backed publications like The Guardian have also begun to run with these headlines:
Yes, it was a “dark victory for misinformation”, say the PR-talking points following in suit.
It seems, in standing up to stop one key part of the agenda, the voting public may have now given the same people the ‘ammo’ to start driving home their ‘misinformation’ censorship campaign.
We shall wait to see what happens over the coming weeks and months.
If anything, though, the result shows us Australians may be a little bit more opposed to the tricks.
Meaning, we are hopefully ready for whatever ‘new branch’ they decide to break off into.
Well done, Australia. But stay vigilante!
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