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December 3, 2021

Newcomer Chris McIlrath campaigns for Byron Mayor

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Main Arm resident Chris McIlrath is standing for mayor and the following is his campaign platform in his own words:

‘I bought 163 acres in Byron Shire in May, 1971, and moved here later that year to live in freedom. Since then I have often worked internationally in the film industry and for the UN and DynCorp in East Timor’.

‘My platform is to restore the many freedoms we have lost recently under the false flag of covid plus those that have been eroded for decades and centuries by the big corporations which are ultimately run by self-confessed eugenicists. Read the Georgia Guidstones if you doubt this.

‘One of my areas of expertise is our financial system and an infinitely better system which will make everyone prosperous almost immediately with zero inflation. How is this possible? Simply by estimating the value of all goods and services in the marketplace and distributing almost equally, free to everyone adequate currency for all those goods and services to be purchased. You may want to read that again.

‘The banks, who currently “create unlimited credit from nothing” (as stated to me by the Reserve Bank of Australia) go purple with rage when this idea is raised as it necessarily erases their ability to create endless ‘money’ from thin air.

‘All this is amid being reduced to slaves with lockdowns, as they experiment on us with dangerous ‘medicines’, radiations including 4G and 5G and all kinds of control enabled by clever but vacuous propaganda.

‘On the bright side, there are many practical ways to improve life in Byron Shire.

‘We can be a shining example to the world by swapping the fear for Earth repair. We can start a community bank, which helps fund renewable economies which provide affordable housing from natural materials and powered by the sun with zero waste systems.

‘Let’s be seen as the capital of Australia for making a healthy wealthy living from repairing Mother Earth: eco educational tourism; rainforest restoration and protection; biogas and pyrolysis systems to turn our shit into green biogas for power generation, and liquid fertiliser to be mixed with the biochar for carbon sequestration and soil fertility. We can turn tyres and plastics into fuel, carbon for industry and green electricity.

‘This provides jobs growing organic food, bamboo and hemp products plus medicinal and kitchen herbs.

‘The shocking truth is that a very few profoundly evil people have, in essence (we can debate the fine points) renamed flu – which has mysteriously vanished world-wide – into the supposedly terrifyingly deadly ‘covid’.

‘This is achieved by the usual suspects controlling media, governments etc. and using that control to make almost everyone’s lives vastly less enjoyable. Notably, all other causes of death world-wide were no more than an average year until the covid so-called vaccines were introduced – do the research.

COVID-1984

‘Living in an Orwellian phase “COVID-1984” propels unlikely heroes out of their comfort zones and into being part of the solution and no longer part of the problem. Do what you love. Love what you do and love everyone who is around you.

‘If any of this makes sense to you, please email me at [email protected] and see my website: www.znews.tv’.


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1 COMMENT

  1. Good onya Chris … there’s so few people left with real vision … but you are, like me, one of the original new settlers of the Rainbow Region in the 1970’s… most living here now will need an interpreter to explain your policies … Mullum was once a place of great vision and action.

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