SCOTT MORRISON & CABINET:
CENSORSHIP of its CITIZENS in SECRET
Under the Ministerial oversight Ben Morton / Karen Andrews of Home Affair were directly involved with censoring a Parliamentarian Craig Kelly’s1 Voice on Facebook April 26, 2021 Concerning COVID.
APPOINTMENT OF MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS 2021:
Very Sinister Very Shady Activity took place.
Ben Morton MP (assistant minister to PM Scott Morrison) was quietly appointed and worn in to oversee the Department of Home Affairs in March 2021; shortly after unknown to most MP’s Australian PM Scott Morrison had himself secretly appointed to the same portfolio.
Subsequently it was learnt Ben Morton was not believed to have received home affairs departmental briefs or made ministerial decisions.
However, the appointment of Ben Morton and Scott Morrison was made without the knowledge of the then new home affairs minister Karen Andrews.
PM Scott Morrison clandestine appointments to five portfolios in 2020 and 2021.
The solicitor-general also determined that the former PM “fundamentally undermined” the principles of responsible government with his secret actions.
The five were to the Departments of:
· Health (14 March 2020)
· Finance (30 March 2020)
· Home Affairs (6 May 2021)
· Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (15 April 2021)
· Treasury (6 May 2021)
AUSTRALIA’S “HOME OFFICE” Lies and Denies the Facts
Senator Malcolm Roberts reports:
Australian Home Affairs Collaborated with social media During Covid to censor and deplatform Australians including a Parliamentarian
In the May/June Estimates, I asked questions about former MP Craig Kelly being booted off Facebook (META) for posting alleged misinformation about COVID, which turned out to be accurate. Initially, Home Affairs denied involvement in censoring parliamentarians, however it transpired they were involved. These questions are following up to those asked in the previous Senate Estimates, where we have confirmation that Home Affairs censored a sitting Parliamentarian.
An international advertising agency was employed to identify posts that were contrary to the government’s narrative on COVID. Over $1,000,000 of taxpayers’ money was paid to M&C Saatchi to act as the thought police against the Australian people.
These referrals enabled social media companies to make what Home Affairs calls ‘their own determinations’ about flagged posts and accounts should they go against the platform’s own guidelines.
This is significant. Home Affairs claims it’s not in the business of censorship, but what else would you call such an arrangement? If the Labor government legislates its bill to combat misinformation and disinformation, we will see even more of this dystopian censorship.
Judging by the strained and carefully worded answers in this video, Home Affairs would like us to believe it had no influence on the censorship of Australians online during the COVID response. We’re not so naïve to believe their collaboration with social media companies such as META, which resulted in de-platforming an elected member of parliament, was anything other than authoritarian overreach.
Senator Malcolm Roberts reports Australian Home Affairs Collaborated with social media During Covid to censor and deplatform Australians Clips Original Source WATCH HERE
Editorial: Craig Kelly permanently booted from Facebook for COVID-19 misinformation | SEE URL: https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/craig-kelly-permanently-booted-from-facebook-for-covid-19-misinformation-20210426-p57mg6.html