The Pandemic is POLITICAL VANDALISM. Politicians can't read or they can't tell the truth – Alan Jones, Sky News Australia
Truth coming from the East (Australia).
This piece by Alan Jones is really good, so much so we looked more into him. It seems he is a well-known Sky News Australia host.
This video also goes by the title “Is there a politician ‘with the spine to tell the truth’ on COVID-19: Alan Jones”:
“They can’t read or they can’t tell the truth,” Jones said.
We can probably interpret this to mean “they can read but they can’t tell the truth.”
It is nice to know that a Sky News Host Alan Jones had the back-bone to stand up the shenanigans of the Australian government politicians – calling what they are doing “poltical vandalism”.
This POLTICIAL VANDALISM is happening all over the world, including in Gibraltar.
Alan Jones is on Facebook:
He posted the above video on August 13 at 7:38 a.m.
Sky News Australia tweeted it here:
It’s on Sky News Australia’s You-Tube channel here:
You can check out Sky News Australia which includes videos embedded on its website if you don't like You-Tube. John Alan is under the Viewpoint section:
“I'm sick of leaders who prefer to frighten rather than inform”: Alan Jones –
“What dumb school are we going to if we believe governments can eradicate a virus? She locked down the whole country, destroyed tourism… Everything about this is wrong. The modeling was wrong, the response was wrong; and now watch politicians try to protect themselves from the fallout. Someone is going to have to pay for this massively expensive failure,” Jones says.
It's posted on Facebook as well.
Here are a couple of politicians going after the covid nonsense:
The Victorian governments David Limbrick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JX8r5b08Up4
Rand Paul questioning Dr. Fauci https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cf0pYH-sqWk
Well, it seems like we have resignations from different countries – people are speaking Truth to power.
And while Australia is a model for the Police State, we have good news coming out of Australia by Alan Jones from Sky News Australia (7min):
Sanjeev Sabhlok, economist from the Victoria Dept of Finance, resigns so that he could speak out against the state.