Hunt’s Left agenda won’t be missed

THE recent announcement by Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt that he is retiring at the forthcoming election is noteworthy. 

His explanation for his exit from politics was the usual cover-all – “to spend more time with family”. This might be true, but typically it isn’t. 

Greg Hunt has been associated directly and closely with the two greatest scams in world history – climate change and COVID.

So, what’s next for the World’s Greatest Minister?

“He is future PM material,” said one Victorian Liberal MP.


Another report suggested (in 2017): “Those who know Hunt say his goal is to become foreign minister. Since he worked as a young political adviser to Foreign Minister Alexander Downer in the 1990s, Hunt has been fascinated by international diplomacy.

He has been praised effusively by conservative heavyweights like John Roskam (formerly head of the Institute of Public Affairs) and Michael Kroger (Mr Victorian Liberal Party).

But he is leaving us.

The former NSW premier (two premiers back) did a similar thing for the same supposed reason, only then to go off to a very senior position with a bank, one that, given the salary, presumably would mean that he would be spending just as little time with his family as he was previously.

Here is my tip for Greg Hunt. He won’t be spending more time with his family after he leaves politics.

Rather, his previous career and connections suggest that something special would already have been lined up for him, probably in a globalist organisation and possibly something in “global health” or the environment.

Here is a wild guess – an organisation funded by Bill Gates. Admittedly, given the reach of Gates’ funding tentacles, that doesn’t narrow the field all that much.

Greg Hunt has been associated directly and closely with the two greatest scams in world history – climate change and COVID.

Not something to be especially proud of and not something I would wish to be on my CV.

Why is Greg Hunt called the world’s greatest minister? Well, that is what he was awarded with in 2016.

In February 2016, Hunt was named “Best Minister in the World” by a panel established by Thomson Reuters for the 2016 World Government Summit of Dubai.


It was all to do with his not inconsiderable efforts in decarbonising the Australian economy.

As one colleague (with a Peter Walsh-like flourish) described him, he was with “the fairies at the bottom of the garden” on climate change. Hence the award, ironically driven by that climate change-friendly regime, the United Arab Emirates.

Does he deserve the title, whatever it might have meant to those who awarded it?

As Australia’s health minister, Hunt has overseen the greatest policy catastrophe in the nation’s history.

Every aspect of his own and his government’s acts of commission and omission in relation to COVID has been debunked by international research, on masks, on vaccines, on lockdowns.

On ScoMo’s watch, ably assisted by Health Minister Hunt, this government has:-

  • Made idiots of us all over Novak Djokovic;
  • Shut our borders in order to pretend that the State can defeat viruses;
  • Joined other inept/evil governments which debunked a half a century of agreed international medical research on handling “pandemics”;
  • Made the Commonwealth a joke, fundamentally changing the nature of it with the creation of the farce that is National Cabinet;
  • Set up Howard Springs and offered the army to mad Michael Gunner to help shepherd Aborigines into lockup;
  • Led the lies and propaganda linking “freedom” to vaccination, while claiming they did not support vaccine mandates and conveniently (well, wilfully) forgetting that it was they who stole our freedoms;
  • Led the charge on the inane zero COVID, despite repeated claims that we have to “live with” it.

It turns out that Greg Hunt has form, way before the COVID blight appeared. Even before his forays into climate change ideology, of which he has been at the forefront.

Indeed, we find that Hunt has, for the best part of his career, been deeply immersed in globalist progressivism.


Hunt’s career included a time with Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum, where he was Director of Strategy, no less (2000-01).

The WEF runs the billionaires’ Davos talkfest each January and seeks actively to bring about a new world order and a “great reset” where unelected, wealth, Leftist/progressive elites will run our much-reduced lives, for their benefit.

(Ironically, Hunt’s ministerial career was briefly on the line a few years back when he was investigated for rorting ministerial travel rules, when he took his wife to an Australian Davos Connection do on Hayman Island. He survived that one, and prospered).

Hunt was also named by the WEF a “Global Leader for Tomorrow”, a nomination he shared with Bill Gates, Jacinda Ardern, Emanuel Macron, Justin Trudeau, Lachlan Murdoch and Mark Zuckerberg, all strategically placed and determined to drive the current globalist agenda.

And all closely aligned to Hunt’s economy-destroying, anti-fossil fuel ideology and to his commitment to the totalitarian COVID State. And all the while as an apparent stalwart of the Liberal Party of Australia.

As Colin Todhunter at Off Guardian has pointed out: “Driven by the vision of its influential CEO Klaus Schwab, the WEF is the main driving force for the dystopian ‘great reset’, a tectonic shift that intends to change how we live, work and interact with each other.”

The great reset entails a transformation of society resulting in permanent restrictions on fundamental liberties and mass surveillance as entire sectors are sacrificed to boost the monopoly and hegemony of pharmaceutical corporations, high-tech/big data giants, Amazon, Google, major global chains, the digital payments sector, biotech concerns, etc.

Using COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions to push through this transformation, the great reset is being rolled out under the guise of a “fourth industrial revolution” in which older enterprises are to be driven to bankruptcy or absorbed into monopolies, effectively shutting down huge sections of the pre-COVID economy.


Economies are being “restructured” and many jobs will be carried out by AI-driven machines.

Hunt is, therefore, a dangerous man. Fellow globalist Malcolm Turnbull wasn’t a fan, even though he kept him on as a minister.

In Turnbull’s 2020 autobiography A Bigger Picture, he described Hunt as “widely distrusted by his colleagues” and stated that he “all too often used abusive and vulgar language towards others”, including to his department secretary Martin Bowles.

Nice. The Mandarin has called Hunt “the screaming man” (July 2021).

Another word going around is that Caroline Edwards recently quit her job as associate secretary at the federal Department of Health because she got so sick and tired of being screamed at by Hunt.

The Financial Review has praised his “flexibility”, which perhaps could be read more accurately as self-serving, career-building opportunism. As seen in the Liberal Party leadership wars: “Hunt’s political flexibility was illustrated by the last [2015] Liberal leadership contest.

“Privately, he admitted supporting Tony Abbott, a cultural conservative, even though he was perceived to share Turnbull’s free-market social liberalism.”

Hunt said he acted out of loyalty. Sceptics assumed he rated his chances of getting the foreign affairs or trade portfolios higher if Abbott won, given Foreign Minister Julie Bishop might not have remained deputy leader.


Adding to the favourable equation, his chances of being demoted under Turnbull were low because of the sensitivity of climate policy, which cost Turnbull the leadership in 2009.

While providing Abbott with political advice, he had been careful to keep Turnbull – himself a former environment minister – informed about key decisions in the portfolio.

In March 2021 Hunt experienced a personal COVID scare: “Australian health minister Greg Hunt is expected to make a full recovery after being admitted to hospital with a suspected infection two days after taking a COVID-19 vaccine, his office said on Tuesday

“The previous day, Hunt said on Twitter that he had been inoculated at the weekend with AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, one of two being distributed in the country.

“Hunt, 55, will stay overnight for observation and is receiving antibiotics and fluid, his office said, without describing his symptoms or saying when he was admitted to hospital.

“The minister is expected to make a full recovery,” it said in a statement. “His condition is not considered to be related to the vaccine.”

Of course not! Hunt has been at the forefront of Team Vaccine in Australia, despite the fact that the deaths of 746 people in Australia have been causally linked to receiving a COVID vaccination (at the time of writing).


To my knowledge Hunt has not said a word about vaccination related deaths and adverse reactions. Luckily his colleague Senator Gerard Rennick has, to his eternal credit.

What about the scandal that is the campaign to have children vaccinated? Here is Hunt: “And if your child hasn’t been vaccinated, please allow them to be vaccinated.”

This is a scandal. There is no need whatsoever, and considerable danger, in insisting on the vaccination of healthy children.

The school year recently commenced has descended into bureaucratic chaos over testing.

Hunt sits nonchalantly atop a system that insists on vaccinating children. Masking children is obscene.

While many of these decisions have been made by State governments, Hunt as health minister has stood on the sidelines cheering them on.

Hunt also keeps reducing the times required between vaccine doses. He can’t get them out the door quickly enough. The only question is – how low will he go? One week between boosters?

Hunt stands on the podium with a professor (Michael Kidd) who prevaricates about the capacity of boosters to stop new variants emerging: “We know that two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine provides very good protection, especially against severe disease. A booster dose ensures the protection from the first two doses is even stronger and longer lasting and helps to prevent the virus from spreading, prevent new variants from emerging.”

Err, no, we do not. Research is emerging showing exactly the opposite.

The impact of vaccines on immune systems is contested knowledge. But Hunt and his advisers relentlessly mislead with large claims that suit their vaccine-as-political-silver-bullet strategy but which cannot be substantiated.

Vaccines and boosters stop the spread? Err, not so fast, Minister.


On changing the definition of “fully vaccinated”, we have this: “Health Minister Greg Hunt confirmed on Thursday [February 3] the primary vaccine advisory body, ATAGI, was considering making the change.

“I think it is more likely than not. That’s my expectation,” Mr Hunt told the Nine Network.

“(But) we want everybody to be boosted in any event.”

Ah, the booster. When do we stop boosting, minister? After the third? The fourth? Never?

Perhaps Hunt will join the head of America’s Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and “pivot the language” towards a new definition of “fully vaccinated”.

While his boss, who Hunt may or may not have called a fraud and a psycho in those infamous text messages with Gladys – Hunt denies it was him, but like the Malchurian Candidate says, his colleagues don’t trust him – endlessly says that his government doesn’t believe in vaccine mandates, we still have, across Australia, vaccine mandates.

Making boosters, currently being taken up very, very slowly by Australians, the new black in terms of vaccination, will only extend further into the future with the vicious and disastrous ripping of rights from those who have chosen not to be jabbed. On Greg Hunt’s watch.

Some months ago, a journalist asked Hunt tough questions about when the premiers would be forced to give us back our freedoms. This was Hunt’s reply, after several obfuscations: “Look, this is a global pandemic and it’s hard and challenging. Let’s stop and reflect.”


Great stuff from the world’s best minister. A minister in a rabbit-caught-in-the-headlights government.

At the same (October 2021) press conference, he claimed: “I am the custodian of the federal biosecurity powers, and these are sweeping and plenary powers. We have used them very cautiously and very sparingly, and we’ve made sure that there were clear processes in place for those rare occasions where we’ve done it.”

Rare occasions? We are still a hermit kingdom run by out-of-control, tin-pot dictators two years on.

We have endless extensions – engineered by Greg Hunt every three months and still ongoing – despite the fact there is no emergency and despite the fact that many European countries with high Omicron infection rates and in the middle of winter are ditching their restrictions on freedom (Britain, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Poland).

Here is Hunt’s latest burst of insanity, as if Australia wasn’t humiliated enough globally over Novak Djokovic: “American surfing great Kelly Slater will not be allowed to compete in upcoming events in Australia if he doesn’t get vaccinated against COVID-19, Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Thursday.”

Eleven-times world champion Slater, who hasn’t revealed his vaccination status, defended tennis world number one Novak Djokovic after the unvaccinated Serbian was detained and later deported by authorities ahead of the Australian Open.


Craziness on steroids from the world’s greatest minister.

Careful observers might know that Greg Hunt is also the Commonwealth’s Senior Minister for Aged Care. Oh dear.

Australia’s aged care system is an embarrassment and a disgrace, as anyone who has interacted with it can attest.

It was so before Hunt arrived. But he hasn’t fixed it. How could he when he’s endlessly focussed on problems we do not have?


Here is one verdict: “The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s Interim Report has found the aged care system fails to meet the needs of its older, vulnerable, citizens. It does not deliver uniformly safe and quality care, is unkind and uncaring towards older people and, in too many instances, it neglects them.”

Blind Freddie knows that most COVID deaths in Australia have occurred in hospitals and aged care facilities (for a range of reasons).

At the same time, he knows that many Australian seniors have died lonely and separated from their loved ones, all in the name of “COVID safety”. The Royal Commission into this fiasco came and went. So, the minister retires, reputation (in his eyes) intact.

“In the name of God, go”, said Leo Amery MP in the British Parliament in another context.

“I have quoted certain words of Oliver Cromwell. I will quote certain other words. I do it with great reluctance, because I am speaking of those who are old friends and associates of mine, but they are words which, I think, are applicable to the present situation.

“This is what Cromwell said to the Long Parliament when he thought it was no longer fit to conduct the affairs of the nation: ‘You have sat too long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go’.”

So said those who once sought to see the back of Neville Chamberlain, and more recently, Boris Johnson.

So, a distinguished career. Prime ministerial material. Greg Hunt? I think not. As he rides off into the (possibly globalist) sunset.PC

Paul Collits

7 thoughts on “Hunt’s Left agenda won’t be missed

  1. Amazing read (as usual) Mate. Our country is in such a mess…in the main, very orchestrated, very global and very sad. We have a LNP Government that is far further left than any ALP Government in our Nations history, fighting the lunacy that is the Greens (Labor surrendered years ago and can’t form Government without them and the policies they champion). Neither side has any interest in our country, our sovereignty, our moral codes or our future. Honestly, where do we go from here? I fear that even with the rise of small party representatives, the incoming Government will simply caucus with the opposition to ensure the agenda is followed. The media is completely owned, and censorship of everything freedom related is something we, as a society, simply accepted and even embraced. ‘The science’ is now a true religion, and every aspect of ‘the science’ is beyond scrutiny and questioning. We can not even question why our Governments have forced us to participate in a global medical trial being run by companies that have paid out tens of billions of dollars for making false claims and bribing corrupt doctors – with complete immunity from prosecution or litigation. Question the company that posted a record 138 billion dollar profit this year and wait to be fact checked or de-platformed. Amazingly, most people in our lives are blissfully uninterested and unaware of the challenges we are facing

  2. Thanks Paul, I agree Hunt has not cared about the number of deaths or adverse reactions but kept pushing the vaccines. No wonder he is resigning, how could a sane person sleep at night knowing these experimental vaccines have killed hundreds and injured thousands.
    I heard Hunt had cellulitis (inflamed infection) in one of his legs after the vaccination but this could have been a rumour. Wayne Swan was also supposed to be a world’s great treasurer but I wouldn’t have a clue where he is today.
    Regarding how the unexpected virus should have been dealt with when it entered Australia back in Jan 2020, I hope you don’t mind me saying that Riccardo Bosi of the Australia One Party says the elderly and medical compromised should have been shut down only and the remaining population should have been allowed to go about their normal lives.
    My opinion is it would have also been a better option by Greg Hunt to allow those contracting the virus to be treated with HCQ and Ivermectin rather than making the vaccine emergency use with no treatments available.

  3. By not destroying the doctor-patient relationship with strange guidelines that help no one

  4. Paul, I have read your many critical comments, so please explain how you would have dealt with the unexpected COVID-19 virus pandemic when it arrived in Australia early in 2020?

    1. He would have handled it by listening to credible medical experts, like you know our own Nobel Laureate Prof Thomas Borody and Prof Robert Clancy along with Nobel Laureate Prof Luc Montagnier and Prof Paul Marik all who were treating patients with complete success before being silenced by bigh pharma.

  5. Hunt won’t be missed. Dr Death
    Because no immune system can sustain four experimental jabs


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