Good On Ya, Craig Kelly! Fight Zuckwit’s Geekstapo!

So Aussie MP Craig Kelly is trying the legislative approach to counter Facebook censorship?


Good for him.

Frankly I don’t care what alternative views he holds on the Chinese Virus…



..nor am I especially motivated by having been erased by the same gang…

Facebook’s Status – Enemy Within – Exposed Again

…for calling attention to the Cikeusik Pogrom years ago.

 It’s simply that Zuckwit’s Geekstapo are totally out of order to brand dissent from Red Ted’s WHO as ‘misinformation…’


Xi Jinping (left), Tedros Adhanom (right). (Allan Rios illustration)


WHO’s deplorable record should make everyone wary of anything they say, as is their failure to fire that craven Canadian…


Bruce Aylward
A senior official with the World Health Organization faked internet connection issues and then abruptly ended an interview when confronted over the WHO’s position on Taiwan

….but as you’d expect of the Guardian…

…the report is laced with bias, including a journo-jerk smear against the chef Peter Evans as a ‘conspiracy theorist’ a term more appropriately applicable to the red creeps in academia…

…who concocted the hate-creed ‘critical race theory, ‘ and its mindless slogan “systemic racism,” a conspiracy theory if ever there was.

Craig Kelly’s popular, over 86,000 followers on FB, which is probably why Zuckwit has authorised jackboot tactics, which Mr. Kelly describes. ..


Facebook have not just removed a few posts, they’ve deplatformed the whole page – it’s like setting fire to a book, not just removing the pages they disagree with.”

…to silence him.

But as an MP, he has ways of fighting back which the rest of us sadly do not!

Kelly is working on a private member’s bill that would require social media platforms to provide written notice before deleting an account and could apply fines of up to $100,000 a day for deplatforming people for political speech, including politicians and candidates for office.. 



Kelly said a “foreign entity” had prevented him distributing material promoting the bill, “extinguishing” his opportunity to use Facebook to call for greater regulation of social media.

All MPs in Canberra should rally round his sensible reform measure.

But I rather think few will.