The Senate is often referred to as the ‘house of review’, whereby legislation is either passed, amended or rejected. Although not common, bills can also be introduced in this house. 

Before considering voting for me, please take the time to read my position on the following important topics.

To be clear, the disaster for our community did not originate with a virus but with undue fear-mongering and government overreach. Under the guise of public health, disproportionate, Arbitrary, non-transparent and non-evidence based government policy resulted in the sudden removal of basic rights and industrial-scale destruction of livelihoods.

As a matter of urgency, the following measures must occur:

  • Lifting of mandates.
  • No further lockdowns.
  • Restore informed consent for medical procedures.
  • Adequate and accessible compensation for those suffering vaccine injury.
  • Uphold anti-discrimination and human rights legislation with regard to employers, specifically reversing the loss of employment that resulted from coercive government directives.
  • Royal Commission into the COVID-19 response with terms of reference to include all government regulations and directives and to hold to account the public bodies, officers and individuals who disseminated them or followed them without question. This would also consider the conduct of some in the private sector. 
  • Investigation into authenticity of previously reported COVID-19 deaths.
  • Legalisation of safe, alternative remedies. 
  • Termination of COVID-19 testing and death reporting. 
  • Defunding of COVID-19 related expenditure.
  • Suspension of provisional approval for mRNA vaccines pending comprehensive risk/benefit data.
  • Suspension of provisional approval for COVID-19 vaccines for ages 18 and under pending comprehensive risk/benefit data.

More broadly, public health itself is a problem when individual choices and freedoms are disregarded. In the event of a public health issue in the future, I will make transparency and individual choice an absolute priority. To do this, I propose:

  • Permanent disabling of all pandemic emergency powers.
  • Where necessary to preserve life, vigorously tested  medication to be made available.
  • Focus on health rather than sickness.
  • Maintain  informed consent as central to public health.
  • As part of transparency, all government ‘public health’ contracts, the funding of all experts relied on and all trial data to be fully disclosed.
  • An emphasis on individual preventative measures.



Australians are among the most heavily taxed people in the world. This is a result of ballooning government bureaucracy intervening and micromanaging every facet of peoples’ lives. 

The institution of government was primarily designed to serve the people by collecting taxes and redistributing them according to the needs of the country and its citizens. Clear parameters need to be instigated to ensure that the same level of accountability and transparency is adapted in line with private enterprise. 

  • An independent body needs to be appointed to identify waste and restructure the public service.
  • The introduction of explicit Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for Government Departments giving the ability for an independent review panel to terminate public servants who are not performing in the best interests of the community. 
  • The introduction of a capped annual federal budget of existing taxpayer revenue with innovative policies designed to reduce or abolish unnecessary taxes.

MPs that leave office must get jobs like anyone else. This year Australians are expected to pay $45m to former members of parliament. Scrapping this program will save Australia approximately $700m over the next 10 years.  

  • End pre-2004 pension scheme. 
  • End ‘Life Gold Pass’ that provides tax payer funded luxury flight to former MPs. 
  • End former Prime Minister ‘expenses’

The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the need for human rights protections. 

The implementation of a ‘Bill of Rights’ is required in order to safeguard Australians’ most fundamental human rights and civil liberties, including but not limited to;

  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of thought
  • Freedom of movement 
  • Freedom to earn
  • Freedom against self-incrimination
  • Freedom to gather
  • Freedom of bodily autonomy 
  • Freedom to self-defence
  • Freedom of parental rights
  • Freedom of privacy
  • Freedom to associate
  • Freedom of religion

The power to implement, amend and remove legislation must ultimately lay in the hands of the people. 

Representative government has failed the public and compromised our democratic system. Voters are deceived into supporting individuals who often do not represent nor advocate for the interests of the citizen. 

This monumental betrayal of trust must be rectified in order to return democracy to its rightful owners – the public. This can be achieved via a system of direct democracy. 

  • Citizen initiated referenda.
  • The ability for the public to instigate impeachment proceedings of elected members of parliament.
  • The ability for public intervention on pending legislation that threatens the natural freedoms of the citizen.
  • Elections for key public positions, including but not limited to; Governor General, Governors, Commissioners, Judges and Chief Medical/Health Officers.

Australia has lost its capability to self-govern and to be self-sufficient. This crisis has resulted in the centralisation of policy-making with external influences setting the agenda.

For decades successive governments have signed international agreements and treaties to the detriment of our own self-determination and sovereign protection. 

Furthermore, Australia’s defence capabilities have been severely compromised as a result of inaction and a lack of forward planning. 

In order for Australia to begin the journey of restoring independence, the following propositions should be considered:

  • Withdrawal/amendment of trade deals that compromises Australia’s interests.
  • Expel and prevent hostile international commercial entities operating in Australia.
  • Secure energy independence.
  • A domestic framework ensuring self-sufficient water and food security.
  • Withdrawal from intergovernmental bodies such as the World Economic Forum, Paris Climate Accord, Strong Cities Network and World Health Organisation and such organisations that threaten the viability of national autonomy in creating sound domestic policy.
  • MPs / public sector workers that take direction from WEF / similar bodies must register as foreign agents and be expelled from parliament under section 44 of the constitution. 
  • Increasing defence capabilities in order to be self-protected at all times. 
  • Fortify bilateral commercial and military relations with neighboring countries.
  • Create policies that safeguard and incentivise Australian business to have the capacity to produce and supply in a fair competitive market and to prevent commercial exploitation. 

Australia was once one of the world’s greatest manufacturing nations. We had a thriving car industry, made our own white goods and many other varied products were made from Australia’s own rich resources. This is no longer the case. In fact, an analysis of global statistics on economic self-sufficiency places us in the same band as developing nations.

To bring manufacturing back home again and to compete internationally, I propose:

  • Major tax cuts for manufacturers, exporters, producers, refiners and processors. 
  • Drastic reduction in needless regulation. 
  • Protect our existing water resources and explore the many technologies for water storage and distribution. 
  • Offer strong incentives for innovation by creating tax-free zones. 
  • Explore options for cheap and reliable energy.
  • Review and propose amendments to trade deals that disadvantage Australian industry.
I support major tax cuts for Australian owned businesses that make Australian made products.

These businesses are the lifeline of our country and must be protected and encouraged.

I believe in Australia’s capability to produce products that rival the best in the world. Sadly, over the decades, successions of Australian governments have sabotaged our Australian made industry by intervening in private business, enacting one-sided trade deals, and burdening traders with excessive taxes.

Many of the world’s most economically complex nations share one important factor in common, a low corporate tax rate. Cutting tax for Australian owned businesses that produce Australian owned products (a good place to start is 10 – 15%) will allow businesses to keep more of what they earn and and provide broader scope for traders to; keep operations on-shore, attract investment, reinvest in advancements/R&D, hire more staff, and pursue otherwise untenable export opportunities.

Australia must protect her critical assets and supply chains. Successions of Labor/Liberal governments have facilitated the literal selling-off of Australia into the hands of foreign interests. Simply put, these assets were once publicly owned, 

International trade is a critical element of maintaining a competitive, advanced economy.

However, Since the signing of the United Nations Lima Declaration in 1975, successive Australian governments have systematically outsourced Australian industry to foreign nations via trade agreements that offer little to no benefit to the general public, whilst granting disproportionate benefits and protections to multinationals and foreign markets. This process has resulted in a bottleneck in the Australian economy whereby large amounts of capital has been incrementally transferred to fewer industries, such as mining and education. In order to revive Australian industries and grant broader opportunities to emerging industries, I propose the following;

  • Complete audit of all current-standing trade agreements. 
  • Renegotiate trade deals that disadvantage /destroy Australian industries and provide unfair protections for foreign markets. 
  • Adopt an aggressive strategy to open new international markets to Australian exporters. 
  • Restrict foreign investment that cripples Australian markets and jeopardizes national security. 
  • Impose new trade rules to eliminate capitalisation off foreign slave-labour markets. 
  • Refocus on bilateral trade agreements. 
  • Blanket removal of multilateral trade agreements. 
  • Repeal and replacement of the Foreign Investment Review Board.


Despite having some of the world’s highest levels of diverse natural resources, the government has intervened and now given us some of the world’s most expensive energy prices. These excessive prices have restricted Australian industry from fair competition and the ability to create ongoing employment. 

Affordable energy generates wealth, limits adverse environmental impacts and provides a healthier standard of living. To achieve this;

  • End the decommissioning of coal-fired power stations. 
  • Create a plan for nuclear and thorium energy.
  • Abolish government grants for non-viable energy production methods.
  • Provide tax cut incentives for energy producers who explore clean, viable forms of energy generation. 



Australia used to produce enough fuel to limit importation. Over time, government intervention drastically reduced our ability to ensure sufficient supply at a reasonable cost to the consumer. As local production decreased the importation of fuel increased to meet consumption demands. As a result of this dynamic, we have left ourselves vulnerable to fluctuating global markets and therefore paying top dollar at all times. 

In order to protect Australia fuel supply the following propositions must be considered;

  • Expedited approval process for exploration.
  •  Reduce overall fuel-related regulation. 
  • Re-commission closed-down oil refineries. 
  • Utilise known oil reserves. 
  • Sizeable tax-exemptions for fuel-related production industries.
  • Abolish fuel excise tax.

Between 2010 and 2020, Victoria lost over 10,000 farms, many were family owned over several generations. These great Australian farms have, and continue to be taken over by foreign interests and the private sector, including tthe mining industry. 

Australia’s farming community must be protected from predatory practices. 

After speaking with several key people from Victorian farming, I propose the following;

  • Restrict water trading strictly to farm owners, within their allocation, and ban outside entities, both public and private, from trading in this market. 
  • End corrupt environmentalist policies that restrict water flow to vital farming regions.
  • Establish a truly independent farming consultancy board, made up of active and experienced farmers who have ample knowledge on land and water management, to report on and issue official judgements on all legislation pertaining to farming operations. 
  • Make available a 5-year tax exemption for distressed, small-medium Australian owned farms. 
  • Ban foreign ownership of Australian farmland.
  • Create a water-holding registry accessible by the public. 
  • Initiate Royal Commission into the commercialised water trade. 
  • Instigate innovative strategies for draught-proofing.

Fair competition is necessary for Australian businesses to survive and to empower the consumer with greater product options whilst reducing the ability for business to price gouge. 

Legislation needs to be introduced to limit the market share of any goods or services to a maximum of 49% between now and 2025 with a further reduction to 25% by 2030. 

Foreign business investors must ensure that a minimum 51% of their goods or service to be Australian sourced and made. 


Balanced and informed education of our children is critical to their mature development. 

In recent times this important duty has been infiltrated by an insidious minority intent on damaging the natural development of children’s learning journey. 

Academic skill levels have plummeted whilst the ever-increasing bureaucratic demands are burning teachers out. Our teachers and children deserve better. I am dedicated to an education strategy that leads to a values-based, fulfilling and productive learning journey. 

Children need to be taught the importance of our past and have confidence in being proud to  be Australian. This will help eliminate the ongoing unnecessary divisions peddled by a few. 

Some of these proposals will assist to ensure the next generation can live their best life:

  • Prioritise the basics such as; mathematics, English, science, geography and history.
  • Decentralise curriculum to enable each school community to embrace and challenge themselves to creative instruction in order to best suit the needs of their children without constant government intervention. 
  • Public, private and denominational school communities must be empowered to outline and uphold their respective belief systems. 
  • Provide extra work experience opportunities to engage students who are simply not cut out for mainstream education. 
  • The topic of civic responsibility, such as how our Australian political institution operates and how the election process works.
  • Remove all radical gender theories.
  • Remove politically motivated agendas.
  • Restore parental consent to administer any medical treatment.

Increasingly, the Australian government has been taking direction from international bodies, most notably the World Economic Forum, on the issue of centralising and digitising our identity. This agenda will result in the consolidation of all your personal information into one easily accessed database. While this is being pushed in the name of ‘efficiency’, it exposes each of us to:

  • Hackers and malicious cyber-attacks;
  • Rogue actors in the public sector misusing private information;
  • Government offices using such data beyond the stated purpose.

Worse than all of these risks, is the capacity to tie our digital identity to the provision of essential goods and services. In other words, if we don’t wish to participate, working or simply living our daily lives will be made so inconvenient as to be unmanageable. The vaccine passports were a precursor. The next step is a full-scale ‘social credit’ system.

This is not science fiction. To see for yourself go to www.digitalidentity.gov.au. There you will see that the government is already moving ahead and allocating vast amounts of tax-payer funds to roll out a ‘Digital Identity’ system. This will include centralising your personal,  financial and biometric data, such as:

  • Your spending habits
  • Illnesses, medication and medical susceptibilities
  • Location tracking
  • Bank balances, debts and income
  • Biometric, including DNA, blood type, fingerprints, eye and facial recognition.

I will not support any of this.

Social media and, more broadly, the internet have given citizens a freedom of expression and a voice that has been unprecedented. Despite its problems, this freedom is invaluable and must be protected.  The COVID-19 crisis exposed rife censorship in Australia and the need for protections that guarantee free and open dialogue. Many who held views contrary to the government, even qualified experts and members of parliament, were absent from the mainstream media and excluded from publicly expressing these views. To resolve this impediment to democracy, I propose the following:

  • Other than currently unlawful forms of speech (defamation, threats of harm, stalking) a social media platform which inhibits free speech will be guilty of an offence, carrying a significant fine.
  • Separation of State and media, with checks in place, such as an independent oversight body.
  • To enshrine free speech in a bill of rights.

The family unit is the cornerstone of our communities and the backbone of Australia. Less crime and less dependence on government services comes as a result of strong families. The family unit should be encouraged and protected wherever possible.

Social media has granted opportunity for everyone to have a voice, however, during the social-media boom, several key issues have arisen that must be dealt with, such as censorship, deplatforming and selected distribution. To address these problems I propose the following;

  • Social media companies to be strongly fined for censoring, restricting or deleting accounts that engage in free speech. 
  • Appointment of a special auditing team to ensure that big tech and social media are paying their fair share of tax in Australia. 
  • Implementation of a ‘certified’ badge for users who opt to use their real name. 
  • Social media / big tech to be held liable for losses as a result of deplatforming, censorship or manipulated distribution of content.

China, directly governed from the top by the Chinese Communist Party, has proven to be problematic to Australia on many fronts. Australia’s export economy is largely dependent on the Chinese market thus granting the Chinese government extraordinary influence and power over Australian owned and operated industries. Additionally, China’s horrendous track-record on human rights abuses and slave labour is one that simply cannot be ignored. China’s very apparent bid at global dominance poses a real threat to Australia and must be taken seriously. There needs to be a sense of urgency in safeguarding Australia and I propose the following;

  • Instigate an aggressive plan to open additional export markets for Australian goods and services for protecting Australian industries against arbitrary economic attacks.
  • Identify and dismantle CCP propaganda outfits currently in operation in Australia.
  • Officially recognise and itemise CCP crimes carried out against humanity.
  • End Chinese acquisitions of strategic and critical assets such as ports, power grids and agricultural land. 
  • Explore strategies to enhance bilateral military and commercial relations with neighbouring countries. 
  • Increase naval patrols with democratically-aligned nations. 
  • Investigate and hold accountable any Australian who have and/or continue to cooperate and collude with CCP operatives.
  • Investigate dramatic increases to ADF capability and response.
  • Review and amend the China Australia Free Trade Agreement in order to enhance Australian industries. 
  • Immediately cease the sale of any critical infrastructure and services.

Australia has a rich tradition and culture that must be respected and celebrated. Being Australian, is the common denominator that connects all people who call Australia home. I stand against any attack on Australia’s culture, heritage and traditions including those of our indigenous brothers and sisters.

Good stewardship of the environment is essential. Clean air, water, soil and reducing pollution is imperative to sustainability. 

Utilising Australia’s abundance of natural resources is key to bringing about clean, affordable and reliable energy to Australia as well as ensuring the pursuit of a reduction in pollution.

Law-abiding Australians should have the right to own firearms and not be hindered as a result of criminals. Therefore: 

  • Give farm owners the right to obtain semi-automatic firearms without undue red-tape.
  • The use of a firearm in the case of self-defense be decriminalised.
  • Introduce non-lethal weapons for self-defence, eg. capsicum spray.
  • Provide funding for firearm-safety programs for students from Year 10-12.
  • A comprehensive theory/practical/psychological assessments be undertaken for any license approvals.   

Child abuse is one of the most evil acts and no perpatrator, under any circumstance, should ever be protected. The pain and suffering inflicted on those who are abused often spans multiple generations and outweighs any punishment received by offenders. 

  • Re-open the Royal Commission to Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse with specific terms of reference enhanced to include victims of all ages, the judiciary, political appointments/positions and law enforcement providers. 
  • Investigation into remarks made by Bill Heffernan in 2015 (196) Royal Commission – Senator Bill Heffernan – YouTube
  • Establishment of public child-abuse offender registry.
  • Minimum mandatory sentencing for pedophiles.

Unfortunately the government already knows most things about us, but nonetheless, I do not support the centralisation of critical citizen data in the form of digital identity. 

The Digital Identity seeks to consolidate all data that makes us who we are; movements, medical history, biometrics of individuals and family members. 

Australia is currently developing a social credit system (SCS) similar to China. Therefore I propose the following.

  • Disable the current digital-identity framework embedded into the MyGov database.
  • Full inquiry into TDIF, its stakeholders and associated entities including the World Economic Forum. 
  • Protect the ongoing use of cash as a legal form of tender
  • Inform the consumer of credible and tangible assets ie. gold/silver

To ensure that those who have served in the forces are provided with sufficient shelter, food and accessories to maintain a comfortable standard of living. 

The assistance provided to those veterans’ in need will be proportionately aligned to their service time, deployments and adverse impacts documented as a result of their service to the Australian Defence Forces. 

Review and audit of DVA to identity and resolve hurdles in Veterans seeking assistance. 

Mentorship program giving opportunities to Veterans to aid troubled youth. 

Investment in rehabilitation dogs. 

Free public transport and relevant medical costs associated with their injuries/adverse effects in appreciation for serving our country and protecting our freedoms. 

New funding for ensure the end of veteran homelessness.

A long-term strategy must be enacted to ensure that Australia is capable of defending itself, without depending on the United States.

National Service provided as an option after 3 months unemployed open for all ages. The skill set and ability of those seeking welfare payments would be matched according to their abilities. 

National Service an option for school-leavers who seek a trade/apprenticeship.

This policy is dedicated in loving memory of John Phillipe Tsatsos 1982 – 2017

Rehabilitation needs to be a prime objective to all offenders. 

The current legal system is broadly counterproductive in its approach to consequence, for example, some sides of politics ‘lock them up at all costs’ whilst others promote the use of ‘injecting rooms’ – neither of these are the answer. 

Government-funded rehab programs along with half-way houses, are substandard and often leave addicts worse off as a result of their living conditions and surrounding peers. 

Those people who suffer personal drug addictions should be given genuine opportunities to get their life back on track. 

Sending people to detention for minor drug offences can adversely impact families, burden communities, and can create a cycle of recidivism. 

To tackle the crisis a new branch to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) in the form of military training facilities, staffed by veterans and ex-servicemen, where upon recruits will receive:

          Routine and regimental schedules 

          A ‘tough love’ approach – consequence for actions, ie. individual responsibility 

          Practical programs to teach constructive life skills

          Advanced program for proper entry into ADF

          Opportunity to help in their communities 

          Facility designed as a military training base

In order to ensure a more democratically authentic process, I propose the following. 

  • Campaign fund raising / expenditure (per electorate) capped at $250,000
  • Defund campaign expenditure for incumbent member candidates
  • Removal of ‘above the line’ on the Senate / upper-house ballot paper as well as party names, to ensure that candidates are elected based on capability to demonstrate merit to the community. 
  • Investigation into AEC procedures in order to establish potential unlawful practices, such as misleading voters. See example here (235) AEC phone staff are likely costing me votes – YouTube
  • Voluntary voting

All individual candidates and political parties to disclose all donations and expenditures on the Australian Electoral Commission website not less than three weeks prior to an election being held. 

A maximum limit of $10,000 from any individual or organisation.

All discussion held between lobbyists and members of parliament and/or relevant positions, to be publicly broadcasted. 

All preference exchanges and/or agreements to be publicly disclosed not less than three weeks prior to an election being held. 

Any evidence of financial and/or goods used in exchange for preferences either directly/indirectly by a third party be deemed a criminal act.