Posted to Facebook on 29th July 2020 by Serene Teffaha. Thank you everyone for your interest. We have received hundreds of calls and interest for our upcoming class action. Please be patient with us as we are coordinating all our helpers to make it happen efficiently and updating our website. We have also had many distressed callers that we have committed our days and nights to help. But we have to focus now on carrying forward our influenza vaccine action as well as our AHPRA action and for this reason we will now be focusing exclusively on those actions as well as the larger class action that we will be launching shortly. We have closed our AHPRA and Influenza Vaccine forms for now. But you may want to consider applying once our class action commences. It will be open for everyone and will deal with all the directives, both states and territories, that we believe are unreasonable and unlawful given the circumstances. This includes directives in relation to business closures, cross border movements, hotel quarantine and detention, testing, all vaccinations, contact tracing, masking and fines.We might not be able to return all your calls or speak to you given the level of interest but we have put together the video below that breaks down the Biosecurity Act 2015 (Commonwealth) and used as example the Public Health and Mental Wellbeing Act of Victoria on the State level, to answer some questions as to when you can be required to be vaccinated, medicated, isolated, detained, bodily searched, tested etc. We say that the appropriate balance between managing risks and ensuring the right of self determination must be struck to prevent the legislation being breached. We hope this helps in the interim. We are doing everything we can to launch the Class Action as soon as we can. We are sorry if we can't help you immediately in the interim timeframe.
Thank you all for your patience. We have listened to you over the past few months.
As you know many issues have transpired which have expanded the ambit of our class action with all our existing clients and we will be formally launching our class action this evening inviting all Australian residents to join.
We have detailed the concerns of all of our clients, to date, in writing to the Governments: States, Territories and Federal. We hope that this will show you how serious we are in advancing our actions as quickly as possible and that our actions are sound and evidence based. Our forms and website will be launched this evening.
We can’t wait to have you on board as our clients.
Watch this space.
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After the bloodiest part of WW2 and most likely the darkest hour the Allies would like us to forget. The dishonour and lies that we have been told, and the blood that has been drawn to cover it up.
Helmuth von Pannwitz (14 October 1898 – 16 January 1947) The Last Knight of Europe
Helmuth von Pannwitz (14 October 1898 – 16 January 1947) was a German general who distinguished himself as a cavalry officer during the First and the Second World Wars. Later he became Lieutenant General of the Wehrmacht and Supreme Ataman of the XV. Kosaken-Kavallerie-Korps. He was executed in Moscow for war crimes in 1947 of which he has been rehabilitated by the military prosecutor in Moscow in April 1996 almost fifty years after his violent death. The revocation of the Red kangaroo court's conviction of Pannwitz was itself overturned in June 2001.
Pannwitz surrendered on May 11, 1945, to British forces near Völkermarkt in Carinthia, Austria, and made every effort to ensure that his men would remain in the custody of the Western powers. But by mid-May it was becoming obvious that the Cossacks would be handed over to their deadly enemies, the SMERSH, an action often referred to as The Betrayal of Cossacks. The same fate overtook the members of the Kazachi Stan at Lienz, another 30,000 old folk, women, and children. All were executed, were sent to GULAG prison camps, or committed suicide to avoid being repatriated.
Pannwitz was a German national, and under the provision of the Geneva Convention not subject to repatriation to the SMERSH. But on May 26, he was deprived of his command and placed under arrest while the forceable loading of the Cossacks into trucks began and continued through the following days.
Although many escaped from their camps following these actions, General von Pannwitz and many of his German officer cadre did not want to leave their men alone and shared the uncertain fate of the Cossacks who had been comrades in combat for more than two years, so these Germans surrendered with the Cossacks to the NKVD at Judenburg and were mostly all killed cold-bloodedly, women and children raped or sent to the Gulag.
Almost fifty years later, on April 23, 1996, during the Russian presidency of Boris Yeltsin, members of the Pannwitz family petitioned for a posthumous verdict of acquittal of the 1946 conviction. The Military High Prosecutor in Moscow subsequently determined that Von Pannwitz was eligible for rehabilitation as a victim of Stalin-era repression.
On June 28, 2001, however, rehabilitation was reversed in a ruling that disputed jurisdiction of the 1996 proceedings, and Von Pannwitz's conviction for military crimes was maintained.
Helmuth von Pannwitz was awarded the following Medals:
Iron Cross (1914)
2nd Class (16 September 1915)
1st Class (27 January 1917)
Wound Badge (1914)
Cross of Honor (20 December 1934)
Iron Cross (1939)
2nd Class (23 September 1939)
1st Class (5 October 1939)
General Assault Badge (18 July 1941)
Eastern Front Medal
Order of Michael the Brave
3rd Class (7 May 1943)
Order of the Crown of King Zvonimir with Stars and Swords
Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves
Knight's Cross on 4 September 1941 as Oberstleutnant and commander of Aufklärungs-Abteilung 45
167th Oak Leaves on 23 December 1942 as Oberst and Führer of the Kampfgruppe “von Pannwitz
The daring Prison Break by the most Dangerous man in Europe Otto Skorzeny code-named ‘Operation Oak'. Hitler chooses 3 Men to free Mussolini with an 85% chance of a failure and fatal death they pull it off in under 12 minutes with no shot fired.
Also Operation Gomorrah, the Bombing of Hamburg where the Americans would bomb strategic installations, railways, business's during the day, and then at night the british would bomb the tightly knitted residential homes.
The attack during the last week of July, 1943, created one of the largest firestorms raised by the RAF and USAAF in World War II, killing 42,600 civilians and wounding 37,000 in Hamburg and practically destroying the entire city.
This would be known as Germany's Hiroshima. 1 Million refugees were forced to leave their homes because the city had been demolished. The allies had hoped this would break the Germans and they would be forced to rebel against their Fuhrer, but it had the opposite effect.
A major year-long investigation by 60 Minutes and The Age newspaper reveals serious misconduct in high office. Nick McKenzie is the reporter. This is a story which exposes one of the Labor Party's faceless men, Adem Somyurek. He's a Victorian cabinet minister, on Labor's national executive, and a factional kingpin. This 60 Minutes episode was broadcast on Channel 9 on Sunday 14 June 2020, 21:30.