Reinstate Moira Petition Gains Momentum

25 May 2023

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Sign the petition to reinstate Moira Deeming to the Victorian Liberal Party.

Women’s Forum Australia is demanding the reinstatement of Liberal MP Moira Deeming.

A petition launched by WFA CEO, Rachel Wong, gained 1,324 signatures in three hours.

Press Release from Reem Alsalem

WFA’s fight for Deeming follows a May 22 press release from Reem Alsalem.

The UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women and Girls, condemned the use of fear, and intimidation to silence biological women.


Alsalem expressed concern saying,

“Women and girls have a right to discuss any subject free of intimidation and threats of violence.”

“This includes issues that are important to them, particularly if they relate to parts of their innate identity, and on which discrimination is prohibited.”

In a clear reference to Deeming’s trial by media, and her mistreatment at the hands of left-leaning leaders in the Liberal Party, Alsalem stated,

“Branding them as ‘Nazis’, ‘genocidaires’ or ‘extremists’ is a means of attack and intimidation with the purpose of deterring women from speaking and expressing their views.”

Alsalem added,

“Such actions are deeply troubling, as they are intended to instil fear in them shame them into silence, and incite violence and hatred against them.”

“Such acts severely affect the dignified participation of women and girls in society.”

Notably, the UNSR representative said the weaponisation of hate speech laws to

“restrict women from expressing their concerns, was a violation of the fundamentals of freedom of thought and freedom of belief and expression.”

Alsalem said questionable “interpretations of hate speech laws”, amounted to “unjustified, or blanket censorship.”

The Background

For context: Moira Deeming was unjustly removed from the Victorian Liberal Party after challenging the transgender takeover of women’s spaces.

Deeming was attending a ‘Let Women Speak’ rally in March, when the event was crashed by Neo-Nazis from the National Socialist Network.

Rather than distinguish between the uninvited white nationalists, and the women’s rights protesters, Australia’s legacy media joined Woke activists in falsely accusing Deeming of being a “Nazi.”

Seeing a political opportunity, the Victorian Liberal party leadership betrayed Deeming in an apparent attempt to exploit the incident.

Failed former Liberal leader, Matthew Guy went so far as to (falsely) label the mother, wife, and teacher, a “terrorist.”

Other Cases

Reminding the world that Deeming’s case isn’t an anomaly, CEO, Rachel Wong noted the plight of:

  • Giggle App CEO, Sal Grover.
  • Louise Elliot.
  • Binary Director Kirralie Smith
  • Katherine Deves
  • And Melbourne Uni Professor Holly Lawford-Smith.

All of whom, Wong said, “have also been subjected to the intimidation Alsalem speaks of in her statement for defending women’s sex-based needs and rights.”

Kirralie Smith was issued with an APVO in early May claiming she had violently harassed a biological male who currently plays as a transgender female in the women’s football league.

Despite living 200 miles from the Trans-activist, Smith was order ‘not to discuss or approach’ the ‘protected person.’


Men are Also Being Targeted

Lyle Shelton, Bernard Gaynor, and in the U.K, Joshua Sutcliffe are high profile examples.

Sutcliffe was banned from teaching after a U.K. Teaching Regulatory Authority (TRA) panel ruled he had breached ‘professional conduct ethics’ for praising a group of students with the words, “well done, girls.”

After complaints, the maths teacher, father, and tutor, was dragged through an investigation.

This resulted in the panel adding Islamophobe, and toxic masculinity to the Transphobe charge.

Sutcliffe had criticised Islam, openly opposed same-sex marriage, used a PragerU video to explain the importance of masculinity, and taught binary biology to his students.

For this, he was accused of abusing children, by failing “to treat pupils with dignity and/or respect, and safeguard” their “well-being”.

Despite his clear ability as a teacher, and his solid character, the Trans tribunal declared Sutcliffe to be likely to repeat his pronoun blasphemy, and thus, cancelled his career.

The WFA’s Petition

The Women’s Forum Australia petition (which can be signed here) is seeking the immediate,

  1. Reinstatement of Moira Deeming to the Victorian parliamentary Liberal Party, including her position as party whip.
  2. Reinstatement of Renee Heath to the position of Party Secretary.

As well as, “a joint statement with Moira Deeming clearing her of Nazi associations and any wrongdoing.”


Photo by WFA.

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One Comment

  1. Kaylene Emery 26 May 2023 at 8:22 am - Reply

    Thank you Rod.
    Not sure why this petition is not yet more…….out there ?
    Perhaps others who find it here will sign and share ?
    I’m aware that our personal computer
    “ feed “ Is somewhat orchestrated via set algorithms , at least until we make the discovery and change it . but it’s almost as though what is now available generally, is no different to mainstream media.

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