By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
NB Government health warning – There are some unsavoury pictures in here, and not just of Mark McGowan. There are also some rather unpleasant words, and not just ‘Mark McGowan’.
It has taken a while to complete this post, but I felt sorry for those unfortunate enough to live under the Labor regime in Western Australia. For it is obvious to me in the Old Country that life is shall we say, a bit of a struggle nowadays down under.
Of course it’s in the name ‘Labor’. Labor is hard work, tell me about it. We have our own Labour party over here in Blighty (the UK for those that don’t know).
And we are blighted by idiots in government like the good citizens of Western Australia. The initials of Western Australia are WA. Baldmichael heard you going ‘Wa, wa, it’s not fair!’ as you were locked down and masked by the terminally dim in charge.
Whether or not you used your brains to double check what was actually written down in the so-called regulations I wouldn’t know; you can tell me if you like.
You see, I thought the whole thing quite ridiculous very early on in April 2020 and started doing serious thinking and research.
Anyway, my attention was drawn to your plight by this site.
I can recommend it for those that want to fight back against the marauding morons. I have only looked at a few pages but I like what I see and commented as appropriate.
But I need to deal a blow against Mark McGowan. I use this link as a basis for further research. I will use a mixture of humour and ridicule as I look at the serious side to this affair.
Text in italics from the main link unless otherwise stated. Some of the Wikipedia article paragraphs on the elections are rather tedious so I have skipped them.
1 Early life and naval career
McGowan was born into a family of Irish descent in Newcastle, New South Wales, and was educated at public schools in Casino and Coffs Harbour,
Now before we go any further what’s the betting that in this instance being of Irish descent may be problematic? It would be okay if it was ascent, but descent is going downhill, like Western Australia at the moment.
Any road, he presumably was taking a gamble when he went to school in a Casino. As it doesn’t seem to have paid off in the intelligence stakes as we shall see.
Please note Coffs Harbour. The ‘Coff’ refers to Covid 19, a.k.a. the ’flu. I guess this is where Mark got his idea from.
before obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1987
In the Dark Arts presumably
and a Bachelor of Laws in 1989 from the University of Queensland.
Where the queens are.
We don’t know what Mark got up to there, but hopefully he wasn’t doing what these two guys in dresses were doing, funded by the taxpayer.
Now if they want to dress up, let them do so in the safety of their own home or on stage in a pantomime.
But nobody asked them to do a pantomime in the real world at taxpayers’ expense. Get a life fellas.
He joined the Australian Labor Party in 1984, stating that he was inspired by the leadership of Prime Minister Bob Hawke.
I knew nothing about Bob Hawke except the name so I checked.
It says among other things:
In 2016, after taking part in Andrew Denton’s Better Off Dead podcast, Hawke added his voice to calls for voluntary euthanasia to be legalised. Hawke labelled as ‘absurd’ the lack of political will to fix the problem. He revealed that he had such an arrangement with his wife Blanche should such a devastating medical situation occur.
Hawke was named Victorian Father of the Year in 1971, an honour which his wife disputed due to his heavy drinking and womanising. The couple divorced in 1995, after he left her for the writer Blanche d’Alpuget, and the two lived together in Northbridge, a suburb of the North Shore of Sydney.
On the subject of religion, Hawke wrote, while attending the 1952 World Christian Youth Conference in India, that “there were all these poverty stricken kids at the gate of this palatial place where we were feeding our face and I just (was) struck by this enormous sense of irrelevance of religion to the needs of people”. He subsequently abandoned his Christian beliefs.
By the time he entered politics he was a self-described agnostic. Hawke told Andrew Denton in 2008 that his father’s Christian faith had continued to influence his outlook, saying “My father said if you believe in the fatherhood of God you must necessarily believe in the brotherhood of man, it follows necessarily, and even though I left the church and was not religious, that truth remained with me.”
There are some interesting things there but are these the things that inspired Mark McGowan? There’s this.
Mcgowan seeks to strip euthanasia safeguards less than two years on
It’s been less than two years since Western Australia’s euthanasia and assisted laws came into force, and already Premier Mark McGowan has begun a push to remove so-called safeguards.
McGowan was asked specifically if he was in favour of extending euthanasia laws to dementia and Alzheimer’s patients, saying it was a “good thing” to discuss.
The Western Australian government should be focused on keeping people alive by fixing the healthcare system, rather than looking for new ways to kill them.
So I think we can tick that box. Bob Hawke was ok with it and so is Mark.
Although of course he has just said it’s a good thing to discuss. The good middle ground, you know the place on the fence. Which way do people want to go, harming and legalised (ahem) murder or not?
I don’t think Mark is into heavy drinking and womanising, though he likes a pint.
What about God?
God botherers shouldn’t bother Mark McGowan
According to the proposed changes to the National Curriculum, Christianity is being expunged from what it is to be Australian.
In Western Australia, they have taken it further. The government of Western Australia sees those faithful Christians as dangerous agitators, who need to be suppressed — an interesting view, given that a quarter of the population of Perth turned out to hear Billy Graham in 1959.
Further regarding the Australian Christian Lobby, the ACL
In writing to advise the ACL of their rejection, the Trust, which is a WA government entity, told the ACL that it will not accept individuals or organisations ‘where the content of the event does not represent the views of the West Australian government or the vast majority of Western Australians’.
Just how is the ‘vast majority’ defined? And how does a bunch of luvvies know what that ‘vast majority’ think?
This ban is perverse and disturbing. Given McGowan has unleashed his inner authoritarian under the cover of Covid, and his political opposition is all but non-existent, this decision citing his government’s views, as the arbiter of access, shows that freedom of thought and association is as much under threat in lockdown and border ban-happy Western Australia as freedom of movement.
Doesn’t look as though Mark is too bothered about God. Here’s another piece.
WA Labor Premier McGowan being managed by Jesuits
McGowan became Premier and shortly after the Catholic church had a huge payout to make to the victims of their paedophile priests.
McGowan unlawfully sold off West Australia’s titles office in 2019 for hundreds of millions and used this money to pay for the Catholic Church’s settlement to its child abuse victims. Public money to pay the private debt.
Followed by this link which can research.
Landgate sale nets WA Government more than $1.4 billion to help pay for child sex abuse redress
A year or so ago, the protests of a lot of decent, moral Catholic laypeople in the USA began to shed light on the operations of Church owned corporations in doing very wrong things to make a profit. e.g. the use of organs from murdered babies of the abortion clinics to be used by cosmetic and vaccine manufacturers.
At the end it says
It is no accident that the first American Constitution had a ban on any Lawyer entering the Congress or Senate. It took years for the Jesuits to get that removed. The law profession is where the Jesuits congregate. That was the reason for the ban.
That is interesting. Of course in the UK Kier Starmer, Labour leader, is a lawyer.
And so is Mark McGowan.
I don’t think Mark is bothered about God. Here’s some light relief.
Mark McGowan Creates His Own Country | Remix Matrix
One might laugh but for the citizens of WA it’s no laughing matter.
So in relation to Bob Hawke I struggle to see quite how Mark McGowan saw him as an inspiration except perhaps in the realm of euthanasia.
Personally I am all for euthanasia – for Mark McGowan and others like him. Involuntary euthanasia that is. Next:
In 1989, he joined the Royal Australian Navy as a legal officer. He served at the naval base HMAS Stirling, reaching the rank of Lieutenant. In 1996, he was awarded a Commendation for Brave Conduct, for actions he took on service in 1995 for rescuing an unconscious driver from a burning car.
So he was in the navy, shore based for about 7 years as a legal officer. I assume he never went to sea. Perhaps the navy didn’t have any spaces for him on board, and they had enough able seamen to swab the decks already.
In any event he reached the rank of left-tenant and then lieu. Or vice versa.
2 Early political career
In 1994, after settling with his family in Western Australia, McGowan was elected to the City of Rockingham Council, and in 1995 was appointed Deputy Mayor. He was subsequently pre-selected to run for the Western Australian Legislative Assembly in the seat of Rockingham at the 1996 election, following the retirement of long-serving MP Mike Barnett.
At the 2001 election, Labor defeated the Liberal–National Government; new Premier Geoff Gallop chose to appoint McGowan as his Parliamentary Secretary.
Geoff Gallop, or ‘G-G’ as he is affectionately known in some circles, decided back McGowan as his horse of choice. It has been posited that Geoff is one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
These are in no particular order, Mr Walker, Mr Trotter, Mr Canter and of course Mr Gallop.
It is rumoured people have indicated that Mr Gallop inflicted a Night Mare on WA in letting Mark McGowan loose on an unsuspecting public who are now feeling rather more than saddle sore from the toxic vaccines.
McGowan was also responsible for chairing the state’s ANZAC Committee, the group managing the Western Australia’s 175th anniversary celebrations in 2004, and for chairing the Bali Memorial Steering Committee.
Also known as the Bali Lives Matter (BLM) Committee allegedly.
In January 2005, following the retirement of federal Labor Leader Mark Latham from politics, McGowan was criticised in some quarters for taking unapproved leave to travel to Sydney to lobby for Kim Beazley’s return to the federal leadership; Gallop reprimanded McGowan and ordered him to return to Perth.
There is a foot note link.
And does he expect forgiveness ? Mark McGowan concludes with the plea “I hope that they would be understanding that I thought I was doing the right thing at the time”.
Perhaps he will try and use that excuse regarding his COVID 19 approach. Won’t work this time Mark, God is not mocked.
Following Labor’s win at the 2005 election, Gallop reshuffled his Ministry, and promoted McGowan to the role of Minister for Tourism, Racing and Gaming.
Gallop was close friends with Tony Blair I gather, according to his Wikipedia entry. Oh dear, this doesn’t inspire one with confidence on his choices. And he promoted McGowan. Hmm…
Later that year, following Gallop’s retirement, McGowan was moved to the role of Minister for the Environment by new Premier Alan Carpenter. During his time in the Ministry, McGowan introduced major liquor reforms, including the introduction of small bars, created the Department of Environment and Conservation, and provided approval for the Gorgon Project.
It is rumoured that the major liquor reforms were to make things, ah, slicker. Who was doing the ‘ah slicking’ I don’t know, but presumably the liquor manufacturers.
This would presumably help when Covid 19 came along so that people could more readily drown their Soros, sorry, sorrows.
The introduction of small baa’s (sic) would allow the sheep to drink also.
Mind you, during the pandemic they followed the government’s advice to be slaughtered, so that wasn’t a good idea, was it?
There is this footnote link.
New liquor laws to improve choice, flexibility for public and business
And to get pissed at big government and Mark McGowan.
The Department of Environment and the Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) were amalgamated. There is the usual guff about improving government services and
“The new, larger agency will offer greater career choices and will assist in attracting and retaining key staff in an increasingly competitive job market.”
I am not sure the taxpayers were interested in this. Are they getting good value for money?
I gather this ‘New, improved’ version only lasted until 2013 when it was split up.
So that was a waste of time. And money of course.
Still, I suppose those sign painters and managers etc. had work to do reorganising things and redoing the logos.
But you should have kept CALM and carried on. Just like in the pandemic when you thought the ‘flu had suddenly become more dangerous than usual.
In December 2006, following the resignation of Ljiljanna Ravlich, Carpenter appointed McGowan to replace her as Minister for Education and Training. In this portfolio, McGowan oversaw the replacement of outcomes-based education with syllabus documents, re-established traditional forms of marking and reporting, and launched a renewed effort towards the attraction and retention of teachers.
As far as I can tell this seems reasonably sensible up to a point, but then parents have tended to give responsibility for teaching the basics to the state, never a great idea.
In April 2008, McGowan was criticised by some for referring to ex-Labor MP John D’Orazio as “the worst ethnic branch stacker in the history of Labor in Western Australia”; both McGowan and Premier Carpenter apologised for the remarks. McGowan later apologised to anyone who took offence to the remark.
Looking at John D’Orazio’s Wikipedia profile he looks to have been a rather dodgy character. Ethnic merely means relating to a particular group of people.
But as John D’Orazio’s dealings were rather dodgy at times perhaps Mark should have said “the worst ethic branch stacker…”
The issue returned to the media spotlight when it was revealed that McGowan had had some dealings over fundraising with the controversial politician Brian Burke during the 2005 election.
The footnote link in Wikipedia indicates that Mark used his wife’s email address to contact Brian Burke. Why he should do that I don’t know.
Brian Burke has some Irish blood and brought up Catholic it seems. His Wikipedia profile indicates he has been involved in corruption so quite a berk which given his name is not surprising.
So perhaps Mark was just a bit of a berk too. It happens to the best of us.
3 Leader of the Opposition
After Labor’s defeat at the 2008 election, Alan Carpenter resigned as Leader of the Labor Party in Western Australia; McGowan was considered one of several contenders to replace him, but he chose not to run, instead supporting the eventual winner Eric Ripper, who was elected unopposed. McGowan did choose to contest the election for Deputy Leader, but lost to newcomer Roger Cook by 30 votes to 9.
Eric Ripper may have been related to the well-known ‘Jack’ in the UK.
Roger Cook may be a crook.
He seems to have been Health Minister in WA until December 2021. I would say that Wealth Minister the correct term, albeit it he is taking taxpayer wealth and putting it into many wasteful health operations as the above link indicates.
This includes fit-out and run a quarantine facility built by the Commonwealth in Bullshit, sorry Bullsbrook.
An anagram of Roger Cook’s full name, Roger Hugh Cook, is ‘He Groucho grok’.
So might be termed ‘Groucho, Mark’s’. Sadly not very funny.
I also note ‘oh crook hugger’, ‘ego hr ugh crook’, and ‘uh her Gog crook’ are also anagrams. As to whom ‘her’ is, I would take a guess at the woman on the scarlet beast of Revelation.
As Gog is mentioned in the end times prophecies this makes sense.
Anyway, crook seems to be fitting Roger’s profile nicely. And I missed this obvious one omitting his middle name:
Ripper appointed McGowan to the Shadow Ministry as Shadow Minister for State Development, Trade, Planning, Housing and Works, and was also appointed as Manager of Opposition Business in the Legislative Assembly.
On 17 January 2012, following declining performances in opinion polls, Eric Ripper announced that he would resign as Leader of the Opposition. At a caucus meeting on 23 January, McGowan was elected unopposed as Ripper’s successor, becoming Leader of the Opposition.
Despite an initial improvement in Labor’s standing in opinion polls, Labor ultimately suffered a 5.4 percent swing against it at the 2013 election, losing five seats. Despite this, McGowan was not blamed for the loss, and was unanimously confirmed as party leader by his colleagues.
I am sure it would have been unreasonable to blame McGowan for the loss. After all, they are all as bad as each other.
After Labor’s 2013 defeat, McGowan launched a “listening tour” of the state, pledging that he would enact policy reforms to address the reasons for Labor suffering two defeats in a row. Soon after this process, opinion polls began to show increasingly large swings of support away from the second-term Barnett Government. By 2015, McGowan had reached a comfortable lead in polls as preferred Premier of Western Australia, and retained this position until the following election.
There is an interesting comment in this foot note link from Wikipedia.
It is normal for Australians, keeping their nose to the wind, to vote Labor when economic adversity is nigh. They want the safety net. Conversely, when the prosperity graph ticks upwards, they want individual freedom to pay no tax etc. This result is a function of the ditch yawning in front of WA in the form of abandoned mine profits, and its more recent symptoms, such as a massive leap in the Perth rate of robbery, theft and violent crime against the person.
Nowadays that includes robbing the populace of their health via vaccines, theft of taxpayers’ money to pay for the vaccines, and violent crime as the vaccines cause harm and death.
As regards the wisdom of Australians, well, keeping your nose to the wind helps to drive the stench away of corruption among the establishment.
But then those in the establishment arise out of the people. If the people are bad then the establishment, the government, will be bad.
4 Premier of Western Australia
At the 2017 election, McGowan led the Labor Party to one of its most comprehensive victories at either the state or territory level since Federation
The following is from this footnote link
Last night they kissed in front of the crowd, as he told Sarah (his wife) he loved her. For the people of WA, he said: “I won’t let you down. We will govern for everyone.”
And in a clear dig at One Nation he said: “Today, West Australians voted for hope and opportunity over desperation and division.
“Today, we showed we are a State of decency and intelligence. Not a State of stupidity and ignorance.”
Whereas in 2020 he showed that Western Australia was a State of stupidly and ignorance, a State of indecency and idiocy when it shut down over the ‘flu, re-branded COVID 19.
McGowan’s win was built primarily on the strength of a dominating performance in Perth.
Nearly 80% of the WA population lives in the Greater Perth area.
McGowan also introduced unlimited fines and life imprisonment for people deemed to be trafficking methamphetamine, and worked to expand Chinese investment in Western Australia.
Methamphetamine is a neuro-toxic drugs used for recreational purposes and as a second-line treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and obesity according to
It is addictive and has numerous side effects. Given that it is used in the USA which loves these sorts of things I suppose cracking down hard is an excellent idea.
Pity you let the toxic vaccines slip through the net, eh Mark? Still, you are only a lawyer so we can’t expect too much from you.
This is from a footnote link
“I have always had the view … that there were too many government departments, too many government agencies across Western Australia which lead to duplication, a silo culture, a lack of collaboration between agencies that affected service delivery and job creation in Western Australia,” Mr McGowan said.
Opposition Leader and former Barnett Government Treasurer Mike Nahan said “giant departments” would reduce efficiency, cost jobs and affect services.
“Mark McGowan was elected on a platform of creating 50,000 jobs,” Dr Nahan said.
“So far all he has done is destroy jobs and undermine the confidence of the Western Australian economy.”
In 2021 I guess Mark was elected on a platform of creating 500,000 jabs, although that would be a gross underestimate.
But big government is never a good idea and big departments even worse.
Here’s another article.
There is no doubt WA’s public service is in dire need of reform and undoubtedly cutting the number of highly-paid bureaucrats, improving efficiency, delivering savings and of course better service delivery would be welcomed by taxpayers.
The reforms the Government is undertaking are likely to take years, and it will be interesting to see whether the much-hyped goals are ever achieved.
It is likely to be hard to quantify whether they ever are and whether the pain to implement them was worth the ongoing political pain it will no doubt continue cause the Government as it forges ahead.
If WA political history is anything to go by, a future government of a different political persuasion may just unwind all the reforms and break up the super departments anyway.
Disquiet over WA public sector reform becomes political headache for McGowan Government
1 Jul 2017
McGowan had ministerial responsibility for the Perth Mint between the 2017 and 2021 elections. In 2018, the Mint commenced doping its gold bars with lower value metals. The Shanghai Gold Exchange later discovered that some of the gold it bought from the Perth Mint contained more silver than was allowed under its standards.
The Perth Mint covered this up when alerted and it was only made public by an ABC Four Corners investigation. The Mint has also been under investigation by AUSTRAC for having potentially breached anti-money laundering laws.
Here’s a link.
Perth Mint sold diluted gold to China, got caught, and tried to cover it up
Apparently the cost saving is tiny in the scheme of things, up to $620,000 a year. Yet the cost to the Perth Mint’s reputation could be huge. The article says:
“Potentially you’ll get gold buyers in the market going, ‘Can we trust anything coming out of the Perth Mint? Including coins, bullion, anything?’,” the insider says.
“It happened in the first place because of poor systems management and incompetence on the refining side. But once they found it, they knew what they were doing. They took deliberate actions to ensure this didn’t get out.”
Can you trust anything coming out of the Perth Mint? Including the premier, Mark McGowan?
The difference here is that the mint’s gold is backed by the WA government – it is the only mint in the world to offer such a guarantee – which means taxpayers will have to foot the bill for any fines.
In other words it all comes out of the public purth (sic)!!!
Not that that is new. In the UK if you are injured by vaccines the government has a compensation scheme. Paid for by the taxpayers.
Indeed, that is true for any of the NHS’s misdemeanours. Moving on.
Mark’s a bit slow.
McGowan only found out about Perth Mint gold doping on Monday night
March 8, 2023
McGowan only found out about Perth Mint gold doping on Monday night
This was despite his replacement, Mines Minister Bill Johnston, having known about the doping issues since January 2022.
You’re a lying toad Mark. There’s more.
Mark McGowan issues apology for swearing in parliament when quizzed over Perth Mint scandal
Mark McGowan has been caught on a parliament microphone describing the Perth Mint dilution controversy as a “storm in a f****** teacup”
What Mark means is that he and his corrupt government got caught out and he is rather annoyed. Mind you, he could have meant
Fen traumatising cockup
A manifesting rut cockup
Me fast urinating cockup
Am arse unfitting cockup
Am anus refitting cockup
I nuts farting me a cockup
Anus emit farting cockup
These are all anagrams of ‘storm in a f****** teacup’. I am only guessing at what the word ‘f******’ means. Flaming isn’t it?
Anyway, sounds like it was a cockup then.
N.B. There are 10,000 plus phrases associated with ‘cockup’ in the anagrams. I can’t check them all.
4.1 COVID-19 pandemic
Throughout 2020 and 2021, McGowan led Western Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He acted early to close the state’s borders to the rest of the country on 5 April.
This is a footnote link.
WA’s hard border has created a coronavirus safe haven, but a flash point is looming.
While the hard border has created a safe haven for locals, it has also meant months separated from loved ones, cancelled holidays and work opportunities that have gone unrealised.
For businesses reliant on interstate travellers, it has been devastating.
Duh, obviously. But it wasn’t a safe haven was it? Didn’t keep the vaxidiots out did it? They were already living in Western Australia.
N.B. A vaxidiot is someone who thinks that poisoning themselves with a vaccine is good for their health.
And that coronavirus is anything more than the ‘flu made into a monster to scare the pants off the dim.
But many in WA are happy to continue to operate behind closed doors.
Who is ‘many’? Those in state employment happy to do sod all at home at taxpayers’ expense?
Instead of doing sod all at work at taxpayer’s expense.
But some fear the ongoing closure will have a significant psychological cost
Duh, obviously. People in WA clearly like stating the blindingly obvious. So what did you do about it? Cower at home like wimps?? The veterans from WW2 would turn in their graves at how low many Australians have sunk. They didn’t give their lives for this crap.
In July 2020, businessman Clive Palmer claimed that the closing of the borders was unconstitutional and launched a legal challenge in the Federal Court. The case was defeated, and in response McGowan labelled Palmer an “enemy of the state”.
McGowan is a cretin.
This is a footnote link.
‘I think he’s the enemy of Australia’: McGowan ramps up war of words with Palmer on WA border battle
But Mr McGowan insisted he was relying on health advice and had done “the right thing all along”.
“I’m not enjoying it. But we’re not going to cave in, we’re not going to give in,” he said.
“Even if it is the most stupidest thing I have ever done.” He is alleged to have whispered.
“What the Western Australian government has done is unconstitutional,” Mr Palmer said.
“This is not a political issue, Mark. This is not about you getting back as Premier, it’s about good government for the people of Australia and caring about the citizens you’re supposed to represent.
“I can tell you from experience, politicians will do anything they can to win an election. It’s not past them to lie to the people.”
Well said Mr Palmer. I know nothing about you but at least that is the truth.
But I thought I had better at least have a quick look at Wikipedia.
In June 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continued, a Queensland radio network stopped playing an advertisement from Palmer that had stated:
Australia has had one COVID-19 associated death in 2021. But the TGA reports that there’s been 210 deaths and over 24,000 adverse reactions after COVID vaccinations. Authorised by Clive Palmer, Brisbane.
The TGA had warned the network and Palmer that this was seriously misleading to the public: the figure of 210 deaths a few days or weeks after vaccination was statistically normal; only one of those deaths could be linked to the vaccination itself.
No doubt the TGA was telling the truth. It is probably reasonable to suspect that 210 deaths after vaccination IS statistically normal in that if you poison people then some who are unwell may die from it.
They seem to have overlooked the “over 24,000 adverse reactions” but I suppose that is statically normal too.
And that the TGA should ignore that data is statically normal.
The same month, it was reported that Palmer had sent letters to households across Australia urging against vaccination for COVID-19, based on the discredited death figures. This was reported again in July, and that Palmer had disregarded a further warning from the TGA.
Sensible chap Mr Palmer. As regards the TGA, in full Therapeutic Goods Administration, it contains the word ‘satanic’ in the anagrams.
Indeed, a full anagram is ‘eon idiot mug satanic shit predator’.
This does not give me full confidence in the TGA. Perhaps it is like the FDA in the States. Some links.
CORONAVIRUS, COVID VACCINES, COVID-19, GENERAL
TGA run by Big Pharma
February 27, 2021 By Dr Luke Ferst
THE AUSTRALIAN TGA HAS FURTHER DISGRACED THEMSELVES – CORRUPTION OR INCOMPETENCE? FEB 14, 2023
From FDA to MHRA: are drug regulators for hire?
29 June 2022
BREAKING: Australia’s drug regulator hid vaccine deaths from the public, concerned that ‘disclosure could undermine public confidence’
FEB 15, 2023
As regards Clive Palmer this young woman (I assume it is a woman) thinks he was wrong.
Where Clive Palmer was wrong with his COVID vaccine claims
November 25, 2021
Rachel is an Economics correspondent. And commenting on medical matters. Ok, no harm in that. But it would help, Rachel, if you did your own research rather than parroting the government newspeak.
She makes reference to this lady, Jacqui Lambie senator for Tasmania.
By MadDogSPR – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=112731735
As Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie said earlier this week: “If you’re able to get vaccinated but choose not to, discrimination is the wrong word.”
True, discrimination is the wrong word. I would use ‘sane’.
As opposed to Jacqui who is quite insane. She comes from Tasmania. Tas-mania, hmm….so where people have manias maybe?
I mean I know there are Tasmanian Devils. And the photo above was by MadDogSPR. But really, is it that bad? I thought I’d anagram Tasmania.
I am Satan
Oh dear, looks like Tasmania has a serious problem. It makes me wonder if Jacqui has long hair to stop the wind passing though from one ear to the other. Just a thought.
On the other hand she seems to have some sensible views if you look at her Wikipedia link.
I think really she has just gone a bit mad, perhaps it’s the wretched medications she has had, it does that to people.
But we are wandering off from dear old Marky boy.
As I was saying, the case that closing the borders was unconstitutional was defeated, and in response McGowan labelled Palmer an “enemy of the state”.
Shortly afterwards, McGowan’s popularity in opinion polls dramatically increased, reaching 91% approval in September 2020, a record for any Australian premier.
Which just shows how many stupid people there are in WA. Or how biased the polls are.
Still, if the people are generally stupid then those who arise out of the masses of the stupid will be, yes you guessed it, stupid.
In January 2021, McGowan criticised the New South Wales Government’s response and attitude towards the pandemic, contrasting it with that of his own Government’s response.
Well, his own response just shows that following the crowd leads to destruction. Somebody once said ‘broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the way that leads to life, and only a few find it.’
Not Mark McGowan clearly who has chosen the broad way.
In March 2021, he suggested that some internal Australian border controls could be continued after the pandemic, on the grounds that they had helped to keep illegal drugs out of Western Australia, but clarified later that he meant to suggest only an increased police presence at border checkpoints, rather than completely sealing the border.
This is a footnote link.
It refers to fall in drug use amid pandemic. It has forgotten the big pharma drugs used on people like the vaccines. But then I suppose they hadn’t been rolled out then in March 2021.
Trying times in the Western Lands, part 3. May 21, 2023
Worth reading through but here’s this graph.
This all correspond with the cases and deaths data on coronavirus I analysed in my post last year, link at end. I have said that the whole thing is fundamentally flawed anyway, but that being the case no one in their right minds would take a vaccine based on such data.
But people have not been in their right mind have they?
And the observant among you might notice that March 2021 was the time that the WA election was held and the adverse events shot up. Of course, correlation is not causation but just saying.
4.2 2021 election
I gather that in the election, McGowan maintained a personal approval rating of 88% and WA Labor won the most comprehensive victory, in terms of vote share and percentage of seats controlled, at any level in Australia since Federation.
Claiming victory, McGowan stated that the victory was “beyond humbling” and pledged that the Government would work to retain the support of the majority of Western Australians.
And the minority could go to hell.
I think Mark may have meant “oh deny bumbling”, the anagram of “beyond humbling”. Deny that he is bumbling (sic) up the state. He needs a kick up his bumbling.
Mark likes to spend taxpayers’ dollars; he is a lawyer (sic) after all.
Sleepless nights, strangers yelling at his wife and bags of white powder sent to his home: Mark McGowan reveals his family’s torment in court – as angry protesters accuse him of tyranny
Poor Mark, we must feel sorry for the little iddums with his sleepless nights. What was actually said to his wife I’m not sure, it doesn’t say exactly.
As for the white powder perhaps it was flour, anybody checked? Or was it sugar, salt??
Heroin maybe? Ingredients for big pharma drugs perhaps? Hang on, that’s the same thing isn’t it?
Bayer and Heroin May 1, 2023
Pharmaceutical companies made billions promoting the aggressive prescribing of opioids. Now they’ll make billions from treating the consequences of overprescription.
Here’s an update on the case
Mark McGowan reveals Clive Palmer’s defamation action legal bill cost WA taxpayers more than $2 million
4.3 Second term
McGowan announced his new cabinet on 18 March 2021. Among various changes, he opted to serve as his own treasurer, after Ben Wyatt, the previous treasurer, retired at the 2021 election. The two other ministers viewed as possible candidates, Roger Cook and Rita Saffioti, had existing important roles that McGowan wanted them to continue with. Cook was health minister and thus had an important role in the state’s COVID-19 response, and Saffioti was transport and planning minister, overseeing the government’s Metronet project.
Prior to 2001, WA premiers generally served as their own treasurers, but since then, the only premier to hold that position before McGowan was Colin Barnett briefly in 2010, 2012 and 2014.
So there is a precedent for holding the two positions although this does put a lot of power in one person’s hands. And given Mark’s incompetence and stupidity this does not give anybody great confidence.
McGowan announced the formation of a panel to examine potential reform of the Western Australian Legislative Council voting system soon after the 2021 election, after denying he would implement reforms to the Legislative Council voting system several times during the election.
So a politician lying again, what a surprise.
The panel was led by former Governor of Western Australia Malcolm McCusker, and consisted of four electoral and constitutional law experts. McGowan and Electoral Affairs Minister John Quigley said the election of Wilson Tucker with 98 primary votes was a key reason for their change of mind.
Perhaps not surprising then, except that just because an awful lot of people voted for Mark doesn’t make Mark a good choice, it merely indicates how dumb are many electors in WA.
On 13 December 2021, McGowan announced that Western Australia would fully open its borders to COVID-19 vaccinated people from interstate and overseas on 5 February 2022.
5 weeks later though…
On 20 January 2022, McGowan reversed his decision on the plan for Western Australia to fully open its borders, saying that the Omicron variant of COVID-19 was more contagious than previous variants of the virus and that the state’s vaccination booster levels were not high enough to safely reopen to the world.
Which indicates that big pharma had not yet made enough money and how moronic or corrupt (or both) Mark is.
A February opinion poll showed that his approval rating had decreased to 64%, the lowest during the pandemic, but still comparatively high to premiers in other states. On 18 February, McGowan announced the border would reopen on 3 March for people from outside Australia and triple vaccinated people from interstate.
So it looks like people may be not so keen on Mark anymore. I wonder when the majority realise they have been scammed and robbed of their health and wealth what they will then do to Mark?
But now you know why the death penalty was abolished. Wasn’t a good idea now, was it? Reinstate it and make it retrospective.
5 Political views
McGowan has described his political strategy as “centrist”, saying “you have got to appeal to everyone”. He credited that strategy as one of the reasons for his 2021 landslide election.
For centrist read ‘Has no views on anything particular but will say what is necessary to get himself and the Labor Party elected’.
I wondered what would happen if I anagrammed ‘political strategy’.
‘egotistically trap’ and ‘egotistically prat’ were the results.
And ‘all party egotistic’!!!
Sums up most politicians strategy, boost their own ego.
“People have seen — with me and my government — that we are very centrist, we are very ‘middle of the road’, we are very progressive, we are caring, but we are responsible.
“There is nothing to fear.”
Not when you are all dead from the vaccines that’s for sure. But in reality you may just be crippled for life which will be great for the WA economy. I am sure you find some nice foreign workers to do the jobs you used to do.
And I’m sure the WA health service will look after you with some calming neuro-toxic drugs to send you to sleep.
Having someone in middle of the road can be annoying as you can’t over take. How will you get round Mark McGowan then? Anybody got a Challenger tank?
As regards middle of the road I thought I would check the anagrams, you know just in case. I found this.
deathlier food MD
You don’t think the words are trying to tell us something about Mark and his policies, do you?
6 Personal life
Since 1996, McGowan has been married to Sarah Miller, with whom he has three children.
I assume he has no other children by someone else.
And the children are his. It is not terribly clear.
How about some anagrams of his name?
I highlight some single word part anagrams.
Morgana – Morgana, also known as Morgan le Fay, is a fairy queen and sorceress of Arthurian legend
Narcoma – Stupor induced by a narcotic.
Gammon – he is a ‘ham’ actor
Macron – perhaps he supports Emmanuel Macron and the New World Order.
Marco – reminds me of the Perth Mint. A Marco Polo, the Perth Mint with the financial hole in it!
Roman – the Jesuit contention mentioned earlier
Monk – the Roman Catholic Church connection
GM kw narcoma – a genetically modified drug induced stupor
GM AC workman – a genetically modified antichrist workman
GM Macron awk – a genetically modified Macron auk (a sea bird)
ACM gonk warm – here’s an example suitable for a hot water bottle
Or a droid, being lead by a monk.
Cargo mm wank – well quite
Mr WA km conga – A very long conga eel in Western Australia
Crank mam wog – that figures
RAN comm gawk – RAN – Royal Australian Navy
RAN MGM Wacko – MGM is a film studio now owned by a subsidiary of Amazon’s MGM Holdings, Inc.
cm GM Koran WA – the new religion
kc magna worm – a really big worm
mRNA GM wacko – the new vaccines
There are others but I can’t find anything very positive in his name.
Some light hearted links or ‘signs and wonders in the heavenly realms’
‘Get a snag and roll up for WA’: McGowan’s hilarious TikTok encouraging people to get vaccinated at Bunnings
Hardline zero-Covid Premier Mark McGowan ‘declares himself the eternal GOD of Western Australia’ – but is everything as it seems?
Australia Day Funnies: Making McFun of McClown.
Premier of Western Australia Has Woman Translate From English To… English
And a couple of serious links.
Mark McGowan a ‘money-grubbing premier’ trying to ‘make a quick buck’ for WA
‘I’m going to take him on’: Hastie roasts Mark McGowan for lacking ‘intellectual range’
Summary and final thoughts
There are lawyers, and there are damn lawyers.
And then there’s Mark McGowan, the ‘AC GM Mark now’.
There is another Mark McGowan on Wikipedia who is from the UK. He is called a performance artist.
There’s not much difference between them as performance artists go, except that in the Australian version it should be piss artist.
As regards Western Australia I would say these three words might sum up the situation, gold, cold and mold.
Gold, the diluting of the Perth Mint gold.
Cold, the COVID 19 cold or ‘flu where the truth has been diluted by lies.
Mold, where the rot has set in to society that will believe anything lying toads like Mark McGowan will say.
And the mold that will accumulate on the dead from COVID 19 restrictions and poisonous vaccines etc.
But that’s what happens if you abandon God and right ways of living, if you don’t heed His warnings you will surely die, in the vaccines case poisoned by the very government supposedly there to protect its citizens from harm.
As for Mark, well, his name conceals these words, he is wrong, wacko, and a worm.
His name conceals these phrases; ‘mRNA GM wacko’, ‘GM Macron awk’ ‘GM AC workman’. He is certainly doing the work of anti-christ.
This is him at it 2021.
McGowan’s misstep demonstrates the risks of poor political rhetoric — and why minority communities are often left bearing the cost – 29 Nov 2021, updated 4 Apr 2022
It therefore came as an unwelcome surprise last week when Western Australia’s Labour Premier Mark McGowan casually drew a comparison between the behaviour of militant anti-vaccination extremists and “Islamic fundamentalism” while addressing alleged threats of beheading directed against him and his family. “All this stuff is concerning”, he said on Tuesday. “You can’t say it’s not, it’s the sort of stuff that Islamic fundamentalists do. It’s Syria. It’s not the Australian way.”
No it isn’t. In Western Australia today the way people are killed is via harmful vaccines. It’s less obvious, and there’s no blood.
And just because you got someone else to do the dirty work you can pretend you didn’t know Mark.
McGowan compares alleged beheading threats of family to ‘Islamic fundamentalism’ – November 23, 2021
The above refers to the two men said by Mark ‘Wacko’ McGowan said to be extremists.
“I view them very dimly, they’re just political opportunists; they’ll do anything to get some attention and win some votes, say and do anything, including endangering people’s lives,” he said.
“They’re conspiracy theorists, they’re strange, they’re shocking people, and I’d urge people not to listen to them, including the Prime Minister.”
You are strange Mark, you are shocking, and the dim in WA have listened to you!
You have dug your own grave Mark, you have lied and lied again and you have conspired to cause grievous bodily harm and death.
In your own words I would say you are an ‘Anus emit farting cockup’.
Or in other words you have been buggering things up, haven’t you, just like Satan.
gregoryno6 calls Mark McGowan, McClown. I think the joke is wearing thin now the harms and deaths from the vaccines increase. Mark will not be able to say he didn’t know, he is an accessory to the crime of the century.
I put him down as one of the Marks of the Beast, the big pharma beast with its false prophets like Mark and false profits.
So along with Satan, into the lake of fire with you and your cronies.
P.S. And here are some useful links
This about Karri , vaccine injured, and she is from Perth.
Genocide denial now occurring in Western Australia
EXCESSDEATHSAU FEB 18, 2023
Elucidating the Obfuscated
Western Australian Covid Plandemic Online Resources
Dystopian Down Under by Rebekah Barnett
And by way of reminder
These are my relevant Australia posts
Australia Coronavirus Statistics at Jan 2021
Daniel Andrews – premier of Victoria, Australia
Baldmichael Down Under – Annastacia Palaszczuk
Australia: Ranjana Srivastava and Ian Barr, doctors; what’s the truth about them?
On the vaccines.
What is the ‘flu a.k.a Covid 19 and why vaccines are pointless at best.