Treasonous Fraud in the Climate Change Act 2020 Inquiry

Treasonous Fraud in the Climate Change Act 2020 Inquiry. By David Archibald.

As explained by this recent article, the Climate Change Bill 2020 from the member for Warringah, Zali Steggall, is an act of treason in that it will weaken Australia in its likely war with China. War with China is an existential threat. …

After Ms Steggall put up her bill it was referred to the Standing Committee on Energy and Environment, which in turn invited submissions from the public. The Committee has just published 70 of the 390 submissions received.

All the submissions published are in favour of the Climate Change Bill 2020. And none are against. This gives the impression that those who responded to the call for submissions were overwhelmingly in favour of passing the bill.

But if the numbers of the submissions are plotted, some interesting things are apparent:

In the graph above, each submission published is a blue bar. Blank space is unpublished submissions.

The inquiry received 90 submissions before it got one it deemed worthy of publishing — number 91. And then another 76 submissions before it received another one worthy of publishing — number 167.

Of the first 329 submissions received, only 11 were deemed worthy of publishing — all in favour of the Climate Change Bill 2020. This is 3.3% in favour, and likely reflects the true level of support for global warming zealotry in the Australian public.

So the call must have gone out to leftie groups to send more submissions, because of the next block of 90, mostly dated 27th November, only one submission was not published. This is submission number 368 which is the white stripe in the blue block in the graph above. This is very much like the Biden vote dumps in the middle of the night.

It appears to me that the Standing Committee on Energy and Environment set out to deliberately mislead the Australian public about the level of community support for the Climate Change Act 2020.

Which will hobble Australian industry, and thus Australia’s defence, prior to likely war with China. If it is passed, this act may well be responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of Australian servicemen and civilians, as well as all the jobs lost in the meantime.

As such, this attempt to mislead is treason.

And that’s how modern propaganda is done.

David suggests you write to complain to the MPs who make up the Standing Committee on Energy and Environment. Their contact details are at the link.