MOVING FORWARD SUNSHINE COAST

PAST SPEAKERS

These events aim to inform, unite and empower the Sunshine Coast community.

We have had the honour of hosting the following distinguished speakers:

Senator Malcolm Roberts for 13APR24

Senator Malcolm Roberts has visited several times, sharing insight on a range of topics.

Malcolm is committed to optimising our productive capacity by removing excessive government intervention and halting the march towards a centrist approach that undermines our ability to take responsibility and have freedom in our own lives.

Senator Gerard Rennick

Senator Gerard Rennick is well known for standing up against corruption, addressing the elephant(s) in the room and challenging the narrative.

Dr Peter McCullough

Dr. Peter McCullough is an internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist managing the cardiovascular complications of both the viral infection and the injuries developing after the COVID-19 vaccine in Dallas TX, USA..

Dr. McCullough has joined us multiple times to share his expertise and answer your questions.

Gigi Foster

Professor Gigi Foster works in diverse fields including education, social influence, time use, lab experiments, behavioural economics, and Australian policy. 

Professor Foster spoke on the Tragedy of the Covid-19 Lockdown Policies.

Emeritus Professor Gabriel Moens

Gabriël Moens AM is an Emeritus Professor of Law at The University of Queensland. 

Professor Moens expanded on the topic of age discrimination and disproportionate suffering of elderly Australians in the context of the recent pandemic.

Dr Robert Brennan

Dr. Robert Brennan was the first doctor in Queensland who was suspended for speaking against the mandates.

Dr. Brennan delved into the reasoning behind why some people follow the crowd and others do not and elaborated on how we can build resilience against the pressures of the crowd and propaganda. 

Anthony Gray

Professor Anthony Gray is a Professor of Law at the University of Southern Queensland.

Professor Gray presented on the topic of of “Freedom of Speech and Critical Race Theory”, discussing the importance of freedom of speech and the way in which some critics argue it needs to be significantly restricted.

Augusto Zimmermann

Professor Augusto Zimmermann PhD, LLM, LLB, CIArb, DipEd is Professor of Constitutional Law and Head of Law at the Sheridan Institute of Higher Education, Perth.

Professor Zimmermann covered the topic of “Wokeshevism: Critical Theories and the Tyrant Left” as an emerging issue worldwide and how to resist it lawfully and peacefully.

Donna McManus

Donna McManus founded Murphy’s Law Accident Lawyers.  Donna has been leading the Murphy’s Law team in the assessment of COVID-19 vaccine injury compensation claims for those suffering severe side effects.

Donna guided us through completing the paperwork and lodging a claim.

Allyse Liddy

Allyse Liddy is currently studying a Bachelor of Laws at Queensland University of Technology.

Allyse has also played a key role in the development of the Murphy’s Law Accident Lawyers’ COVID-19 vaccine claims division and has significant knowledge of the scheme.

Raelene Kennedy

Raelene Kennedy is the mother of Caitlin Gotze, a 23-year Toowoomba woman who became very ill after her second Covid-19 injection and died at her workplace on 17th November 2021.

Raelene has made it her mission to raise awareness about the potential injuries and deaths caused as side effects of the Covid-19 Injections.

Peter Chambers

LTC (Ret.) Dr Pete Chambers is a combat decorated US military veteran, Special Operations Flight Surgeon, ex USA Navy SEAL and Purple Heart recipient.

In his presentation, Dr Chambers discussed the involvement of US military in the Covid-19 saga, the use of LRDAs as a weapon, and more.

Ian Plimer

Ian Plimer is an Australian Geologist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne

Professor Plimer has presented multiple times, offering a unique opportunity for those intrigued by pressing discussions on climate change and the broader environmental issues of our time.

Dr Peter Ridd

Dr. Peter Ridd is an Australian physicist, author, and former professor at James Cook University (JCU).

Dr. Ridd discussed the intricacies of the Great Barrier Reef and explore the challenging landscape of freedom of speech in Australia.

 

James Allen

James Allen is a Canadian-Australian law professor and writer and the Garrick Professor of Law at the University of Queensland.

Professor Allen joined Dr. Anthony Dillon for a thought-provoking discussion on the Voice referendum.

Anthony Dillon

Dr. Anthony Dillon is an an Indigenous Affairs commentator and a psychologist.

Dr. Dillon joined Garrick Professor James Allen for a thought-provoking discussion on the Voice referendum

John Paul Beaudoin

John Paul Beaudoin Sr is an American engineer, author and a devoted father of three. He has a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer & Systems Engineering.

As an engineer John sees the world from a viewpoint of interrelated systems. He applied his engineering skills and interdisciplinary knowledge to analyse the data and the systems behind the covid crisis.

Jason Miles

Jason Miles is a wellness warrior who stands for a united Australia.

Jason explored the topic of ‘Resilience’ through his own challenging past.

 

Katy McCallum

Katy McCallum us a former Police Police Officer and an Environmental and Community activist.

Katy presented on the government’s move to obliterate their stunning region and will discuss the Kilkivan District’s ongoing efforts to protect peoples homes, the native wildlife including protected species endemic to Australia.

 

Jim Wilmott

Jim Willmott’s journey from a young agronomy whiz to a seasoned defender against biosecurity threats showcases his unwavering dedication to agricultural and environmental sustainability.

Now at the helm of Property Rights Australia, Jim discussed how they campaign for the rights and voices of the local communities.

Jennifer Marohasy

Dr. Jennifer Morohasy has a Bachelor of Schience and a PhD from the University of Queensland.

Dr. Morohasy passionately presented on the Great Barrier Reef and global ocean movements.

Dijana Dragomirovic

Dijana Dragomirovic is an entrepreneurial CEO with extensive corporate, scaleup and startup experience.  She is the CEO of the Australian Medical Network, an experience key note speaker and the Founder of The Lead Icon.

Dijana presented on Driving Change in Healthcare Leadership.

 

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