Aussie Freedom Fighters #13 A Fractured Freedom Movement

This is a pre-election post mortem.

This shows Word Art images of good freedom fighters in Melbourne, Victoria, with whom I have been able to do small good things here this year. 2022, against a Socialist Left tyrant, but who were not able to stay united against a common enemy of freedom.

These are good people who have divided against each other in too many ways too often to unite and win.

I hope they can use all their talent and courage to form a team after this November 26 election which can work with me and many other disillusioned loners who are victims of tyranny but far too easily swept aside when our voices ARE IGNORED. I have observed this happen again and again and experienced it myself as dynamic individuals jockey against each other for positions of power in the movement but don’t stop to listen to the rest of us enough.

They are not God and are not perfect.

These (mostly) newcomers to politics are only human.

And this police state is truly frightening.

More pepper spraying, bashing and arrest by police of passionate protestors who are deeply traumatised by profound injustice happened again today on the steps of Victoria’s state parliament.

Lest We Forget.

Freedom wins, when good people unite.

Criminal-In-Chief Daniel Michael Andrews has to go.

Geoff Fox, November 12, 2022, Down Under

We Must Say NO to Daniel Michael Andrews #1 OXI

Out of the glorious democratic culture of Greece, courageous people in Victoria are rising up against the Socialist Left tyranny of Premier Daniel Michael Andrews.

In 1940, the Greek Prime Minister created the national legend of saying “Oxi” or “No” to tyrants like Mussolini. This story is now now celebrated in Greece with a holiday on October 28th every year.

Now in Melbourne, proud freedom fighting Greek democrats and many other people are standing up to say, “No” to Premier Daniel Michael Andrews.

These are not fake, synthetic career politicians telling lies to get votes.

These are people standing up for parental, human and democratic rights against a government which uses bullets, jail and police (even including one physical and sexual assault at the entrance to a cathedral) against those of us who stand up for our rights.

Who will stay the course and who will join us?

Geoff Fox, October 17, 2022, Melbourne, Down Under

Attention King Charles: Daniel Michael Andrews Is A Criminal in Government In Victoria

King Charles,

you face enormous challenges to hold together the best values of our British heritage which have spread around the world.

In Melbourne, Australia, an arrogant, inhuman, stupid, selfish man named Daniel Michael Andrews has caused too much misery to his own people to be ignored.

But people are speaking out and their voices will prevail.

Freedom Party leader Morgan C Jonas talks to the people of Melbourne about Victorian Premier Daniel Michael Andrews

Commentator Rebekah Spelman writes:

“I fully agree with Morgan, who is the most honorable man I’ve ever met.

Andrews is clearly a power hungry despot and a coward. He won’t offer any evidence for why he imposed such harsh lockdowns on Melbourne and regional Victoria. 

I believe Andrews knows he couldn’t get to power without cheating, and he’s too spineless to ever answer accusations against him. A coward says “I can’t recall”.

I would like to see Daniel Michael Andrews arrested and tried, then when found guilty, prosecuted as harshly as our laws allow; which in my view is not harshly enough.”

When good people do nothing, evil triumphs.

Becky Spelman and Morgan Jonas fill me with hope that good can triumph.

King Charles, please don’t ignore their voices.

If you speak up for freedom, you will be a great king.

Geoff Fox, 25th September, 2022, Commonwealth Of Australia

Aussie Freedom Fighters #6 Morgan C Jonas

In this post, I describe how i see the strength of Morgan C Jonas in the fight to restore freedom in in the increasingly over policed fiefdom of Daniel Michael Andrews, the Victorian Premier who is no better than a common criminal in my life and millions of others.

Morgan is the primary founder and leader of the Freedom Party which is aiming for the balance of power in the upper house in the upcoming November election and is running a previous Liberal MP from Brisbane against Daniel Andrews.

With men like Morgan in politics, Australia has hope.

Geoff Fox, 7th August, 2022, Down Under

NB The words added to this image of Morgan are mine.

I Will Tell My Story #8 My Vote

I am a refugee in Australia from the Australian police state of Victoria. I have just voted in the current federal election.

On June 19, 2019, I wrote to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison from my true home, Indonesia, announcing: “I now renounce my Australian citizenship, in accordance with my right under Article 15 of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights to change my nationality.”

ScoMo has not written back and I have not withdrawn that renunciation. I was deported back to Australia against my will and now live here in economic poverty.

I do not consider myself an Australian citizen and therefore there is some doubt over whether or not I should vote in the election.

On a pre poll voting form given to me this morning, I informed the Australian Election Commission official who gave it to me, that I was not an Australian citizen and she allowed me to go ahead and vote.

In the House of Representatives, I voted for the United Australia Party candidate and put the police state candidates from the Labor Party, the Liberals and the Greens last.

In the Senate, I put the numbers 1 to 12 next to 11 libertarian candidates and one outstanding environmentalist candidate, Kammy Cordner Hunt (number 9). Kammy lived in the same building (top floor Jeopardy) as me at Trinity College Melbourne, when I was studying Latin and Philosophy there in my twenties. She was a wonderful warm open human being, who was very proud of the fact that her dad had captained the Victorian Australian Rules football team.

I will say a little bit here in order about the four Senate candidates I voted for first.

1. Krystle Mitchell This woman is a courageous, profoundly committed libertarian, who considers her life saved by Victoria Police when she became a police officer, but who then found that her conscience would not allow her to continue in that role:

She writes: “(I) witnessed government control increase in every aspect of our daily lives. Victoria Police turned from its ‘community-focused’ policing mentality toward a strict enforcement of health orders above all else. Our organisational values seemed to be thrown out the window. Video footage was emerging almost daily of police being over-zealous. Dan was on our TVs every night scolding, berating, or gas-lighting us. The protests pushing for less government control seemed pretty reasonable and not all that surprising to me, but my organisation’s response to them quickly escalated beyond any point of reason.” (Spectator Australia, 9th May, 2022)

2. Kelly Moran is one of many people I have met who are a magnificent tribute to the astonishing act of prodemocracy philanthropy of Mr Clive Palmer in setting up and funding the United Australia Party.

3. Morgan C Jonas is one of the best pro-freedom, anti-police state speakers in Australian politics right now. A star on the rise.

4. Morgan’s fiancée Monica Smit was thrown in jail and put on trial for exercising her human rights.

These are just some of the people who make me wish that I could be proud er to be Australian born than I am.

But as long as people like Scott Morrison cannot even answer a letter about my concerns and as longa s god libertarians continue to be thrown into jail in Australia for exercising their rights, i will be ashamed of the country of my birth.

Geoff Fox, 20th May, 2022, Terra Nullius

Police State Crits #6 Shooting People on The Streets

The culture of silence appropriate to a penal colony is still strong in Australia. But some people are not afraid to speak up.

Morgan C Jonas is an independent candidate for the Senate in the election due in May this year. He does not back away from naming the real problems threatening freedom and democracy in Australia

The shootings by police last year of people protesting inhumane lockdowns is one such issue. The rubber bullets used are lethal weapons which kill 3% of the people they hit. Victoria Police call this a public order response.

Assault with a deadly weapon is a crime. Attempted murder is a crime.

But if those things are done by Victoria Police they are swept under the carpet in so-called professional standards investigations.

They are above the laws which apply to everybody else. They are arrogant. They are put of control.

They are a political tool of the Australian Labor Party.

Gods Bless the independents taking on tyranny.

Geoff Fox, 20th March, 2022