This is an edited, unofficial transcript of Clive Palmer, the chair of the United Australia Party speaking in September 2021 about the blackmail of one of the country’s premiers, media censorship, and the degree to which Australians are being denied information about the vaccines. Please refer to the source,
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Clive Palmer, leader United Australia Party
Good morning, everybody. Thank you for coming.
We meet today in a in a city known for its strength, in a country with citizens known for their courage, and we’ve never needed more courage and resilience with a crisis facing Australia today. I want to just run through a few things which I think the public should be aware of. They’ve a right to know. Before I do I want to pay homage to Craig Kelly [UAP member and ex Liberal party member], and the excellent leadership he’s provided the nation. He’s been the primary person responsible for what it is today forty six thousand Australians joining our party. It’s pretty clear that within the next month we’ll have the largest membership of any political party in Australia. Certainly in my fifty year experience in politics as a former director of the nationals and liberal party and a life member of those parties, I’ve never seen or experienced so many people join a party so quickly.
I think when we set up the UAP, the most people that joined the party was 685 in one day. When Craig Kelly announced that he was our leader in the party, our membership went up by 5,000 people in 24 hours so that’s an indication that people in Australia are not happy. They’re not happy with their politicians, with what they’re doing but today.
I want to talk about John Skerritt from the TGA [Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration] .
I want to respond to a article that was written by David Crowe [Crohn?] in the Sydney Morning Herald on Friday where he said that the TGA was considering legal action or criminal charges against our leader Craig Kelly for a tweet that he put out. That tweet was authorized on behalf of the United Australia Party, and as chairman of that party I’m here now to to explain what it was.
First, what was tweeted was a copy of the TGA’s own report, which I think is all been circulated here. You’ve got a copy of it. It was a government report, so it’s an extraordinary situation where you’ve got a member of the Australian House of Representatives being attacked for doing nothing more than circulating a government report. The United Australia Party welcomes any legal action against Mr Kelly. We look forward to it as an opportunity. When John Sarah [?] himself can be subpoenaed, he can be asked questions about the 483 Australians that have died after having the vaccine..
He could be asked to say for the court and for the Australian people what were their causes of death, and what did the TGA do to investigate that, and why is it justified to continue the rollout. Second, we can ask Mr. Skerritt, on oath, about the 46 000 adverse reports that his office has received, about what he’s done about it. Thirdly, we can raise the question of how he’s threatened media owners with the cancellation of advertising, if journalists publish anything to do with a contrary view of the government, and his attack on the freedom of speech. It’ll also be a great opportunity to subpoena Greg Hunt to bring him before the courts, so he can explain his actions as a minister.
Of course, Craig Kelly has nothing to fear from circulating an Australian government report. He has nothing to fear or be intimidated about the resources, he has the resources to defend himself, he has the resources to expose what’s happening with the TGA. And a serious question has got to be asked with Mr. Skerritt, who’s responsible for regulating drugs in this country. When we see him in a white coat on television promoting vaccines, it is a serious conflict of interest between a regulator promoting a company’s product.
So, we look forward to the United Australia Party with John Skerritt being true to his word commencing a legal proceeding to allow the real relevant evidence to be brought before the court.
I would also say on behalf of the party, we will be standing candidates in 151 seats in the House of Representatives & the Senate. You’ve probably seen overnight how Wayne Swan, the president of the Labour Party has started to tremble and fear
he’s got no chance in government, because there’s a great coalition in this country at the moment between the liberal and labour parties. They represent the real coalition to deny people their chance at an election time and he knows that labour will not become the next government of this country and we’re targeting those seats and we expect to be very successful. Our initial polling indicates that. The overwhelming public the support that we’ve had in membership indicates that, and we’ll be moving on in the next two to three weeks to make a number of serious policy announcements about other areas of the economy, besides just concentrating on lockdowns and vaccination policy.
We have to think about how we’re going to get the economy moving and how we’re going to bring Australia back to where it should be, to full employment and freedom across our borders.
So, maybe with that, you may have some questions. I’m more than happy to answer them.
Reporter: Can you see that by standing here today by again an elected member of parliament Clive [Craig?] Kelly, can you see how people feel that what you’re doing is a campaign for you.
Palmer: Sorry? I missed the last 2 words.
Reporter: We’ve talked about campaign
Palmer: It’s not a campaign.
…..I mean look at all this information that you’ve passed on to us here about adverse reactions, too.
Palmer: Yeah, it’s very serious.
Reporter: People want their freedoms back. The government’s telling us that to get our freedoms back is to get the jab.
Palmer: Yeah, and we’re saying very clearly that if you want or don’t want to get the jab, it’s a matter of personal choice.
The Helsinki Accord, the Nuremberg Declaration all say that people are entitled to informed consent. Now, this is a Australian government report, published by the Australian government.
It’s not something that we’ve come up with. People are entitled to full informed consent. All we’re doing really, and all Craig Kelly is doing is staying true to his oath of office, that he’ll protect and defend the rights of all Australians.
Now, if there are serious side effects by these vaccines ― I would point out these are reports to the TGA by physicians and others about deaths that have taken place following the receipt of the vaccines, and that’s all they are and that’s all for the report says. But people are entitled to know what the truth is, because the media won’t tell them. The media has been threatened with the loss of their advertising contracts. John Skerritt wrote to ―uh, I think we put some ads on one of the local radio stations you saw a few weeks back― he wrote a letter to them telling him that the TGA wouldn’t do it and then immediately gave them a very lucrative advertising contract so that we couldn’t get any airtime. You know, it’s unprecedented in this country where you get the government saying that they will threaten the freedoms of the press, the rights of people to know, by withholding government money for their advertising, and you get media owners who may need that money instructing their journalists that they can’t run articles. They can’t be critical of the government. That there isn’t any fair reporting anymore in this country.
So, what do you do?
Craig Kelly’s as a elected member of the people has sent it to it, enclosing nothing more, no comments, but our government report, so people can have informed consent. I don’t see anything wrong with that. I think it’s very commendable, and I’ll be certainly supporting Mr Kelly with all my resources for sure, to defend his right to freedom of speech, and the rights of all Australians to make an informed choice.
Reporter: John [Skerritt, Stewart?] has his lawyers been in touch with you? Have you always been in touch with him, or is this is all ?
Palmer: No, well, John [Skerritt, Stewart?] lawyers haven’t been in touch with me, or, I don’t think, with Mr Kelly, but we’ve seen that the threats that John’s made, right? Certainly John has written me a letter which I responded to. I think I released that a few few weeks ago.
Simple facts are that Mr Kelly hasn’t broken any law. Freedom of speech, despite the lockdowns, exists in Australia, that is, a different point of view can and should be given. We know from freedom of information and other reasons that there’s been no Covid samples in Australia that they’ve been able to calibrate testing by, that they’ve relied on overseas studies and overseas things provided by pharmaceutical companies. More concerning to me personally, is the fact that both Pfizer and Astrazeneca would not allow their products to be sold in Australia unless the Australian government gave them a full indemnity if they killed anyone or maimed them. They wouldn’t be responsible. The government would be. I find that a very disturbing thing that the government didn’t take the view, and say, well, if you’re confident in your product, you should stand behind it.
Reporter: What would you say right now to the people of Sydney, New South Wales, 1,610 cases, 1,800 cases today, whatever they’re up to at the moment. It’s horrible what’s going on. There’s people dying in hospital.
Reporter: Hang on. We’ve seen people die in hospital. They’re not dying with fake disease, they’re dying of Covid-19. You’re up here today. It’s irresponsible.
Palmer: Well, I don’t believe that, you know.
Reporter: What would you say …they can’t open their businesses because.
Palmer: I would say it’s terrible.
Reporter: The premier’s telling them the only way out is a double jab. That’s what they’ve been told.
Palmer: I’d say that premier’s lying to them. I’d say that she’s under an IPAC-cak [?] inquiry, that a particular lobbyist in Sydney controls the Liberal Party in Sydney, and told her that the only way she gets out of that inquiry is if she pushes the double jab. His clients are AstraZeneca and Pfizer, that’s what I would say.
Reporter: What about the businesses side of? People are trying to open their businesses. Being told they need a double jab.
Palmer [frustrated by reporter not letting him answer.] I’ll answer the question.
I’d say that what the premier is telling them is not true, that policy shouldn’t be, they shouldn’t be locked down. Businesses should be open, and the government’s using this is an excuse to destroy them. And they know that.
Reporter: Do you think that the premier of New South Wales wants to destroy business?
Palmer: I do.
Reporter: And why would she do that?
Palmer: Because, as I tried to explain to you, she’s being directed by a lobbyist in Sydney who’s being paid by Astra Zeneca and by Pfizer tens of millions of dollars to get these policies through, to make sure the vaccine is is pushed. That’s why. You asked the question. I gave you the answer, and that’s my personal knowledge, and I’m happy to make a statement here, to police or to anyone, if they want to know what’s going on.
Reporter, Palmer speaking at the same time, garbled.
Palmer: I’ll be doing that. They’ll they’ll be named, but not only that, um, what’s more important as I said, 46 000 people, 20,000 from the western suburbs of Sydney have decided to join our party. We do live in a democracy in Australia at the moment, and there is an election coming up, and the federal government will be held account.
I’ll just see if there’s anyone else wants to ask a question.
Reporter2: Have you been vaccinated yourself?
Reporter2: [some question about people vaccinated is inaudible]
Palmer: Definitely not.
Reporter2: Is the policy of the United Australia Party to stop the roll-out altogether? Is that what you would like to see?
Palmer: In Australia, we’ve got a very good system of approvals, normally for vaccines over a 10-year period, normally, a seven to ten year period. One of the major requirements is that there is substantial safety data at two, three and five years. The other requirement is that there’s safety studies for testing in pregnant women and for children. There’s been no studies done of any of these vaccines. What I’m in favor of is protecting that approval system. That’s what I’m in favour of. I’m saying, if a vaccine hasn’t gone through those approvals, we shouldn’t be willy-nilly putting into the whole population. That’s my point of view, but everybody, including members of our party, are entitled to their own opinion.
Reporter2: So people should have the option to get vaccinated?
Palmer: Well it’s the option, it’s freedom of choice in Australia. [Inaudible]
I think a medical treatment should be between a patient and his doctor, really. He knows a individual’s medical condition. It shouldn’t be a blanket cover for anybody. It should be between the doctor…, it should be a private thing. The Commonwealth Privacy Act requires medical records to be kept private, and we’ve long had that tradition in Australia.
But suddenly, we see directions from the police department in Queensland saying that people must be vaccinated or they lose their jobs, that teachers in New South Wales must be vaccinated or they lose their jobs, that it becomes the condition of employment that you take a medical treatment .
Back in Nuremberg in 1947 the International Court of Justice said that was wrong. Following the treatments and experimentation that took place in World War II, they said individuals should have the right to decide what goes into their body and what doesn’t.
Section 51: 23a of the Australian constitution prohibits coercion in relation to medical practitioners. [garbled]
We see today that there is coercion taking place in our society. We think it’s wrong, and that’s why Craig Kelly’s got so much support, and that’s why there’s a a big shift coming in the Australian electoral system. It will happen at the next election.
Reporter3[?]: Queensland police have been told they have to have a jab?
Palmer: There’s a direction from the Queensland police commissioner requiring all officers to have a jab,
Reporter3[?]: and health workers have been told the same?
Palmer: I understand that… I I’m not as familiar with that direction as I am with the police one.
I think it’s by the 4th of October for the Queensland police […], and I think the nurses are by the end of September
Reporter3[?]: Unions agree?
Palmer: Well they do, and that’s the sad thing, because we normally have a diversity of opinion in Austraia, and the Australian media has always been famous for many years, reporting two sides of the argument. There are two sides of this argument, and people should be informed, and people should have the right to know. We’re saying they’re not having that right to know and their not having the political choice.
When you get all of our political parties saying the same thing, and there is good reason not to say
it now. That’s one of the reasons that we’re doing what we’re doing.
Reporter3[?]: [starts to speak]
I’m happy to answer you, but I’ll just check if there’s anyone else with a question.
Reporter4[?]: [inaudible]….I love the strategy…[inaudible]… about getting spam text messages…[inaudible]
Palmer: Well, you’ll have to ask him. But I can give you some figures from the other side of the argument.
I think 1,378 000 Australians got access to this report from the spam messages, and they spent time reviewing it and looking at it. That’s a reality. So I think that’s the other side of the argument. Those people thought it was important enough for them to be able to download it and to go through it.
Yeah, there’ll always be diversity of opinion. Of course, what Craig Kelly did was completely legal. When I was in parliament, the government, the opposition, decided that political parties were exempt, that they could send text messages through and of course, the Liberal Party and Labor Party did that. But they never thought one of the minor parties would have the funds or resources to do that, so they thought it was a great joke.
But now they know that other people can follow what their leadership did in that area, that’s what we did.
Palmer: Well, yeah, I’m sure it will be the most well-funded campaign of any of the parties contesting the election.
I’m sure we’ll be having the most campaign workers, and I’m sure we’ll be having the most members. That’s how it looks at the moment.
Palmer: We will be but we can’t give you all the news in one day that I’d like to give you. I want to save some news for you for later on, and there’s some exciting news coming. That’s the big thing.
So with that, I’ll thank you all for coming. I hope you’ve got you’ve got the press release there and you’ve got the TGA report so you know exactly what was sent. I should just make one comment. This is the TGA report for the 25th of the eighth. The one that was sent was the week before, right? But the figures are very similar. About a week difference. I think there was 438 deaths and now there’s 483 reported deaths according to the TGA. We have to rely on them for the information thanks very much for your time. 16:16
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