Dangerous Dan’s Red Shirts scam coming to bite him

Daniel Andrews’ political manoeuvres and ‘catch me if you can’ haughtiness may be coming to an end.A motion to refer Victorian Labor’s 2014 red shirts scandal to the Ombudsman and potentially the state’s anti-corruption watchdog passed in Victoria’s Upper House – 19 votes to 17 – when Labor MP, Kaushaliya Vaghela, sensationally crossed the floor to vote against her own government on 9 February, 2022. Former Labor minister Adem Somyurek put forward the motion into what he has described as a “gold-standard rort”.https://www.news.com.au/national/daniel-andrews-golden-run-of-dodging-accountability-may-be-coming-to-an-end-panahi/video/d002902218853c1fce21705ef0465c5f Ms Vaghela was initially part of Mr Somyurek’s Moderate Labor faction before he was kicked out of the party for branch stacking in 2020. Following the vote, Ms Vaghela posted a statement on social media, telling her followers that branch stacking was “endemic” in the Australian Labor Party and that it has been for decades.She told that she was a former staff member for the Socialist Left faction and knew all about their branch stacking activities and their electorate officers being used for factional purposes. She stated that if branch stacking and factional operatives working in electorate officers is corrupt, then the Socialist Left and all the other factions must be investigated. Mr Somyurek claimed the

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Police THREATEN jail unless Rebel News Avi Yemini REMOVES this video

The Victorian police came knocking at reporter Avi Yemini’s home to THREATEN him with JAIL if he doesn’t take down a news video that we recently published. But Avi’s refusing to cower: WATCH & SHARE what they’re so desperate to hide.

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You Won’t Believe What’s Happening in Australia

Australian YouTuber, Spiro interviews David Icke back in 2020. It was meant to alert the world about the crimes against humanity occurring in Australia and the dystopic future that would result if they continued to allow it to unfold. This video got Spiro de-platformed and demonetized and resulted in two Australian police officers at his door the day after he published it. #authorarea{ background: #000000; border: 1px solid #000000;; padding: 10px; width:100%px; height:100%px; overflow:hidden; } #authorarea h3{ margin:0; } #authorarea h3 a{ text-decoration:none; } #authorarea img{ margin:0; float:left; border: 1px solid #ffffff; width: 150px; height: 150px; } #authorarea p{ margin:0; } #authorarea p a{ } .authorinfo{ float:left; margin-left:5px; } Contributed by Alexandra Bruce Contact

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Goodbye Premier Dan Andrews. The Melbourne Rebellion Has Begun.

[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=sFtUwp2jicM[/embed] Even though I have the opportunity to vent nonstop about the COVID War, day in and day out, I was surprised at just how much more bottled-up emotion and PTSD I still have, when this video made me cry. It is a happy video about Australia! What looks like tens of thousands of Melbournians gathered in front of the Parliament House of Victoria with very high energy to protest all things COVID. There were a lot of Trump flags and LGBTQ flags and hand-made billboards railing against corrupt politicians and Big Pharma. Claire Woodley, daughter of Australian Singer-Songwriter, Bruce Woodley, of the hit folk anthem, I Am Australian led the crowd in a rousing mass performance of the song. It’s incredible what a mass-expression of patriotism can be like when there are no FBI in the crowd to Astroturf violence. There were no police to be seen. Simeon Boykoff, aka the Aussie Cossack suspects that Victoria Premier Dan Andrews will face the same political fate as Romanian Communist leader, Nicolae Ceaușescu. He says: “Now, if Dan is listening to this, you better quickly, Dan seek refugee status. Go to your nearest Chinese embassy or consulate. Maybe the Chinese

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Comrade Dan Andrews’ desperate Covid cover for unravelling widespread corruption

by staff writers VICTORIA’S political crisis will deepen, despite Premier aka comrade Dan Andrews’ attempts to exploit a so-called second

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