“Australian Freedom Force” on Air Force One?

We Certainly Know A LOT About Politics in Australia…

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

After the triumph of the Ben Garrison cartoon highlighting the brave individuals Australia has chosen to BAN because of their political views, the Supreme Commander of the Australian Freedom Force has decided to kick things up a notch.

While it is true that countries have the right to decline entry to their country of certain individuals, the same rules do not apply to diplomatic personnel.

President Trump has announced his intention to make a state visit to Australia in July of this year.  It is customary for the President to bring along on his visit certain individuals interested in the affairs of that country. I am sending an official letter to President Trump requesting that the members of the Australian Freedom Force accompany him on his state visit to Australia.

If there is not enough room for all the members of the Australian Freedom Force, I am happy to take a seat on one of the F-16 fighter escorts, and I promise not to push any buttons which might fire missiles and do something like blow up a control tower.

So, here it is…

Dear President Trump:

I know you’ve been busy with the border, the Russian collusion-delusion, North Korea, the Middle East, and generally all the things that go into Making America Great Again, but I’d like to take just a few minutes of your time.

Elle McPherson

You may not know that the globalists have targeted Australia as a place to implement their censorship plans and have really been doing a bang-up job of it.  They have not only BANNED me, a simple middle-school science teacher for the crime of writing books, but beautiful Polly Tommey, hilarious Milo Yiannopolous, strong Gavin McGinnes, and threatened not to let into the country, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, in case he wants to visit the parents of his girlfriend, the lovely super-model Elle McPherson.

I’m sure you’ll agree with me that if a super-model wants her boyfriend to come into the country, any reasonable government should stand aside.  I’m sure that even North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un would let Dr. Wakefield into his country if he was asked nicely by the lovely super-model, Elle McPherson.

I believe a number of other individuals should be added to our Australian Freedom Force delegation.  These include Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., (still waiting to be appointed to head that Vaccine Safety Commission), Del Bigtree (producer of the documentary “VAXXED”, of which I know you have a copy), and Dr. Suzanne Humphries, who’s also been banned from Australia because of the books she’s written.

Since we’re going into hostile territory,  I request permission to bring my chief of security, Max Swafford (who also served as head of security for the independent Texas gubernatorial campaign of Kinky “Big Dick” Friedman) to the land “Down Under.”

I know it’s a long plane trip from Washington to Australia, so what could be better than having the raucous, fun-loving, politically incorrect members of the Australian Freedom Force to entertain you on the journey?

It may annoy the Prime Minister of Australia (I’ll send him a copy of this letter), but as it seems that Australian and the British intelligence were behind the Russian collusion hoax (because they wanted Hillary), you might just be in the mood to rattle their cages.

President Trump on Air Force One..

I know that earlier I suggested if it was shown Australian and British intelligence were behind the Russian collusion hoax you should consider a surgical missile strike on their intelligence headquarters, but I understand diplomacy and protocol may prevent such a course of action.

Instead of a surgical missile strike, just bring the members of the Australian Freedom Force.  We’ll cause more trouble and panic than any missile strike.

I am sending a framed copy of the Ben Garrison cartoon to both you and the Prime Minister of Australia.  Enjoy the cartoon and I hope to see you on Air Force One!

Sincerely, Kent Heckenlively, JD, Supreme Commander of the Australian Freedom Force.

cc: Prime Minister Scott Morrison

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

plagueheckiKent’s book PLAGUE was released by Skyhorse Publishing in 2014 and is now available in paperback. Skyhorse also publishes the work of Mo Yan, the 2012 recipient of the Nobel Prize in literature.The book is co-authored with Judy Mikovits PhD. It is an indictment of the “Fake Science” we find so prevalent in the US.



Kent Heckenlively is also the author of INOCULATED: How Science Lost its Soul in Autism, available on Amazon and at Barnes&Noble.com


6 thoughts on ““Australian Freedom Force” on Air Force One?”

  1. Great idea, Kent! Trump could choose no better a group of advisors than the AFF. Keep us posted on the progress of your diplomatic passport.

  2. I approve! WWG1WGA
    Praying your request is accepted. Please get the lowdown on his plans to save our children from BigPharma. He’s 2 years behind. So many have been hurt and lost in that time.

  3. Debby, very true. Trump needed the antivax vote to defeat Shillary, and he’s kept them hanging on long enough. Apparently now he’s distanced himself from RFK and the safety commission altogether. It’s pretty clear to most that he’s been got – if in fact he was ever not got.

    Time to send a signal – in fact more than a signal – to this huge section of his supporter base. Otherwise, they will send a signal to him. 2020 is just around the corner, and he shouldn’t think he can trifle with those who got him where he is.

    Faced with a choice of out-there AOC types and an orange-faced breaker of promises, they’ll just not turn out. They’ll boycott the vote as noisily as possible and suddenly the size of the movement will come obvious, they won’t be able to hide it.

  4. It’s a pipe dream. If he’s ever going to show his colors on this subject, it’ll happen only if he wins the next election. For now, he doesn’t want to alienate Pharma any more than he already has, and he’s certainly not ready to take on the medical industry; remember that Pharma pays the Repubs plenty too.

  5. Get over the idea that Trump will do something for the vaccine injured, it’s not happening. No indication other than speculation. It’s ok to be optimistic, but I don’t see a reason to be from his side since he’s been in office for over 2 years now. Let’s move on to other theories, and facts such as the next legal steps that RFK junior is spearheading.

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