Reyna is an author, leadership coach, and a business development strategist.
With an Honours in Law, and a Degree in Government and International Relations, Reyna hoped to join the United Nations, an institution she believed to be exemplary, to help protect human rights and contribute to the end of their abuses. However, by the end of her first year at University, Reyna had realised, with no small amount of shock, that the United Nations did not function in the way she thought. As she worked on her Honours dissertation questioning Corporations and their growing use of the human rights framework for profit, Reyna had to face an even uglier truth: “human rights” was an ideal not legally binding nor enforceable; was being used by powerful nations for advantageous geo-political moves and strategy; and by corporations for further gain.
As a mother, wife, business owner, and a citizen, Reyna witnessed with abject horror as Australia and countries across the world overrode, seemingly overnight, vast swaths of people’s rights and civil liberties at a scale never seen even during the two world wars, and scarily not even in Nazi Germany. With warning bells ringing in her mind, Reyna decided that the time to stand had come, and found kinship with like-minded citizens in the Civil Liberties and Motorists party. Now Reyna fights for the rights and freedoms of Queensland, in hopes that every effort will count.
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