Senator Heffernan and the 28 Men Accused of Evil
By John Adams
We are now less than 2 weeks until Australians go to the polls (although pre-polling will start today, 9 May 2022). Given the dramatic events of the past 2 years, this election is by far the most important election of our lifetime.
As I noted with Martin North recently, Australia has been a nation in decline for the past 2 decades across a whole range of statistical categories – both economic and non-economic and this decline has been engineered, in large part, by the four major political parties – Labor, Liberal, Nationals and Greens.
Much blame can be placed at the hands of these political parties for not only bad public policy outcomes but also for poor behaviour and conduct which has led to a massive collapse in trust of our public institutions.
Protection of Children
For many voters, allegations of paedophilia among Australian politicians and judges are perhaps the most important issue facing Australia. If such evil can be performed and systematically covered-up for decades, then what trust be placed in Australian institutions as well as in Australian democracy?
Much of the concern facing this issue, stems from allegations raised by former Senator Bill Heffernan during Senate Estimates in 2015. Videos of Senator Heffernan have spread social media like wildfire and raised a set of deep concerns among tens of thousands of Australians.
These allegations also fit within a broad international context of elite paedophilia in both the United States of America as well as the United Kingdom.
Given this backdrop, Martin North and I have addressed this issue head-on, in the past few days, on our YouTube channel – In the Interests of the People. New information has come to hand resulting from conversations I had with two Australian Senators over the past 1.5 weeks.
Our latest episode is titled, Senator Heffernan and the 28 men accused of evil and can be viewed via the following link:
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Both Martin and I tackled important issues surrounding this controversy such as:
- Who are the 28 Australian men of the paedophile list?
- the “90-year suppression order”;
- Who is the Prime Minister on the paedophile list?
Martin and I also reveal the fact that a Coalition Senator has indicated to me their strong desire to bring forward an inquiry into the Heffernan allegations after the upcoming Federal Election.
There are plenty of myths and misinformation relating to this issue and hopefully, Martin and I have clarified a number of important aspects.
Given the entrenched resistance within Australia’s political and media establishment not to address the Heffernan allegations, Martin and I suggest that the only opportunity to settle these allegations once and for all is to vote for minor party candidates – especially in the Australian Senate – who don’t have any institutional allegiances to cover things up.
Help Spread the Word
I would strongly encourage you to watch our latest episode and spread this video to as many people as possible so that the truth of this matter can be widely disseminated.
YouTube has already indicated that they will not support the promotion of our video via their algorithms because it is apparently not “suitable” for their advertisers.
So in order to get around the wall of censorship, we must spread the word manually through all means possible.
Restoring trust in Australia’s institutions is of paramount importance. Without it, we cannot function as a successful country.