Long-term "establishment" politicians can change their tune once exiled. See Mark Latham.
100% of politicians are not all completely evil.
Pictures of hand symbols are not very convincing of anything
Thus, I am not really convinced by the argument here, or even if I understand the argument.
What is your point exactly?
That everything he does is controlled?
For what purpose precisely?
And by whom exactly
- who are the "Establishment?
Do you know how poor his party's results were at the last election? Can you explain these huge financial losses his party backers (big businesses suffering from closures of ports, those with mining interests etc) suffered from wasting 100+ million on advertising (source
) to achieve a lousy election result... how does all this fit into the supposed theory of being Establishment-backed? So now mining companies who are at odds with the government (source
) now due to the new age climate scam are somehow all part
of the big globalist plan to vaxx and control us all? I don't see it.
Do you have anything that links directly to his content and policies?
One simple search reveals the following from the first page of results online:
"The 19-year-old student is a Hughes local, she's part of a grassroots campaign called "We Are Hughes", and she's determined to have Craig Kelly booted as her local member... "We're spending $24 million on a campaign to tell people to get vaccinated and we've got a taxpayer-funded nong running around telling people not to," Ms Plibersek said."
"There were several clashes in February last year between Mr Kelly and the Liberal Party after the MP spouted unfounded COVID-19 claims and vaccine misinformation, against expert medical advice. The MP spruiked drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, claiming they were useful in preventing or treating COVID-19. It later saw him permanently banned from Facebook
^Yep coming from the trusty SBS this looks like the work of a deep-state psy-op. Right?
"Let there be more courts cases against those who imposed mandates leading to vax-injuries"
^ Hmmmm, promoting court action for vx injuries is surely another sign of... ?
So you see, I don't buy the controlled op thing yet. Yet I am not a donor or "huge fan" given no human is perfect, so feel free to prove me wrong. With respect, do feel free to show me stronger evidence as my mind is open to new information.
Nonetheless, more generally, I don't think speculation like this is helpful without any concrete evidence. Presenting weak evidence of wrong-doing can be counterproductive for several reasons.
"Once you really open your eyes like I have to the real truths about the jooz etc, then you will understand." - to this I would say;
Having secret knowledge alone doesn't necessarily make you smart or helpful
. Further it can be unconsciously of service for pride, cynicism or to make excuses for non-action though, especially when you're anonymous online.
Moreover, the modern-day label "Conspiracy theorist" is successful for good reason, and one of the best ways to avoid getting branded by this sin-by-association smear is to present the base case possible for your cause.
Last, I don't see how Christian men of faith can be so defeatist
. The common response, "Don't trust anyone, all pollies are corrupt, the system is broken, Dictator Dan got re-elected so just give up" and similar, while having much truth to it, is a resigned, nihilistic attitude that I see a lot here. It also plays right into the globalists hands. "We have 98% vax rate, you are all alone, so you should really just give up and get it hey!"
Food for thought I hope, and all the best.