Neil Skilbeck

Our Candidate for ASPLEY

– Our Candidate for ASPLEY

Neil Skilbeck is married and lives with Jeany in Carseldine where their body therapy training business is based. Neil’s background as a therapist stretches for nearly 50 years. From Victoria, Neil came to Queensland where he was registered as a Chiropractor and Osteopath. Neil then went on to develop his unique form of Musculoskeletal Therapy that has helped many body therapists to fill in the gaps in their diagnosis and treatment of patients.

Because of Neil’s interest in the health sector, he wants to change the government’s primary focus away from fighting disease to building people’s health using well-researched risk factors that tackle the cause of diseases. To do this we need to change the process and solutions available for sick people in the medium to low-risk category in our society. The flow diagram below illustrates how this would work.



  • Build health – Promote preventative medicine
  • Cut overheads – Address over-prescribing, over-testing and over-servicing.
  • Restore our rights – Right to Informed Consent – autonomy in deciding what medical procedures and medications we will accept. Having an effective therapeutic watchdog to safeguard people’s health


  • Driving clean – Bringing in motor vehicles that are powered by clean energy such as electric vehicles. Banning all new petrol, diesel or gas powered vehicles by the mid 2020’s
  • Working clean – Creating non-chemical agriculture, reforestation and cleaner industries
  • Living clean – Clean home energy, non-chemical personal care and home care products and beautifying urban surrounds.


  • Abolish animal cruelty – Increase the surveillance of humans working with animals and increase the penalties for any cruelty to those animals.
  • Stop live exports
  • Increase animal rights – Improve the legal status of animals.
  • Encourage plant-based diets – Encourage tree based diets by planting more food trees as in our health policy.

Many Australians are unhappy about the way that governments are eroding people’s freedoms. The governments have been giving power to multinational corporations through privatisation of public assets. In the health sector, for example, they are mass medicating people through our water supply via Fluoridation and using powerful forces in the “No Jab No Pay Policy” to persuade people to have vaccinations. In the transport sector, the Queensland government has sold the control of some of our roads to a private corporation who prevents us from travelling freely on our roads. Neil, if elected, will be advocating that the government needs to listen and serve the people rather than ruling over them.

Authorised by J.D. Hodges, 77 Flaxton Mill Road, Flaxton. 4560 for the Motorists Party.


We all want people to be safe, but the ridiculous restrictions on our normal lives and liberties are doing MORE harm to MORE people than the virus ever will! Surely a better solution is to protect the elderly and vulnerable …. and let the rest of us get back to work and our normal lives!

Here’s a quote from Jeanette Young, Qld’s chief medical officer about covid19: “Most cases would not be severe…. 80 per cent of them will get a very mild disease — they’ll possibly hardly even know they’ve got anything” [Source: ABC News]

We want to ‘stay positive’, but there comes a time when it’s necessary to call out tyranny and injustice for what it is. Let’s not ‘look on the bright side’ – when un-elected bureaucrats are taking away our hard-won freedoms. We cannot sit by and accept the oppressive, police state powers that have unreasonably been thrust upon us – when there is another solution.

Please – don’t just ‘think positive’ … think critically, and question what you’re being spoon-fed by ‘authorities’ and the corrupt mainstream media.

We were told back in January that 50,000 – 100,000 Australians would die, yet after six months there have been just 361 deaths. These unreasonable restrictions are not really about ‘saving lives’ – 8,500 children die every day from hunger: deaths that that could easily be saved with a fraction of the money currently being spent on this fake ‘pandemic’ if governments really cared about ‘saving lives’. No, this is about restricting our basic rights and freedoms and conditioning us to obey without question. Obey the government. Obey the doctor. Obey the bureaucrats. Obey the ‘authorities’ ….. Or else.

Will you accept even more government control, government restrictions on our freedoms, government regulations and government demands ….. or will you speak out; will you resist?

Join the Resistance.

We can care for the elderly and vulnerable without these crazy restrictions. Protect them, and let the rest of us have our lives back!

Jeffrey Hodges B.Sc. M.Sc.(Hons) B.Ed.
Founder & Secretary