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Ralph Babet

Victoria’s first United Australia Party Senator, Ralph Babet was elected in the 2022 federal election and is currently serving his first 6-year term. Ralph is a proud Australian, and is a champion of conservative Australian values, smaller government, and individual and national sovereignty.

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Multiculture vs. multirace.

Senator Babet 20/06/2024 9:37 pm

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I love the smell of napalm in the morning....

Senator Babet 18/06/2024 9:46 pm

I love the smell of napalm in the morning. ...

They are the deep state.

Senator Babet 18/06/2024 5:38 pm

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Full Day Senate Excess Mortality Inquiry

Senator Babet 18/06/2024 1:50 am

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Australian Medical Professionals TESTIFY...

Senator Babet 17/06/2024 9:44 pm

It took my team and I almost two years to get the Senate to agree to an Excess Mortality inquiry. Public hearings were held last week and two very special groups who have worked day and night for years finally got a chance to put on the record the overwhelming evidence regarding the insanity that was the Covid-19 mRNA 'vaccination' debacle.

Australia is very lucky to have the fine people at Australian Medical Professionals' Society (AMPS) and Coverse.

Watch them deliver their evidence here. 👇
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Those Responsible Must Face JUSTICE.

Senator Babet 17/06/2024 5:21 pm

Just a few days ago Kara was in Canberra to give us her testimony in our Excess Mortality inquiry.
The United Australia Party will keep pushing this issue until those responsible are held accountable.
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Media Release on Excess Deaths: Fifth time is a charm! Senator Babet’s motion to refer Excess Mortality to a Senate Committee has succeeded.

Following two years of repeated attempts by Senator Babet and the United Australia Party, today the Senate finally voted in favour of investigating excess deaths. For the past few years Australians have been dying in excess numbers without adequate explanation. Excess mortality is not just a transitory phenomenon. In 2022 we experienced our highest excess death rate since World War Two. The Australian Bureau of Statistics provisional mortality data released last month confirm that to November 2023 there were 15,114 or 10% more deaths than the baseline average. Senator Babet’s successful motion means that the Community Affairs References Committee will…

Media Release: Senate Votes in Favor of Further Inquiry into Excess Deaths

United Australia Party Senator Ralph Babet has scored a huge win in the Australian Senate. The Senate voted in favour of his general business motion around excess deaths in Australia. There were 31 senators who supported the motion and 30 who voted against it.  The motion was as follows: General business notice of motion no. 462—That the Senate acknowledges that:  (a)               the concerning number of excess deaths observed in Australia in 2021 and 2022 has continued into 2023 as evidenced by all-cause provisional mortality data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics; and  (b)              there is a need for further inquiry as to the…

Media Release: Senator Babet stands with former Tasmanian Councillor Louise Elliot

Louise Elliot is a suspended Councillor for the City of Hobart. She is currently suspended from her duties as a Councillor for 30 days for speaking in defense of Women’s rights. One of Louise’s great crimes was attending a “Let Women Speak” rally, organised by Kellie-Jay Keen. United Australia Party Senator Ralph Babet has thrown his full support behind the persecuted Louise Elliot of Tasmania. Elliot has been temporarily stood down as a Councillor with the Hobart City Council. “Louise is a proud Australian who possesses the courage and conviction that we should expect of our elected representatives”, Senator Babet…

Media Release: The AEC must come down hard on the Yes campaign’s latest trick

Senator Ralph Babet MEDIA RELEASE Tuesday 3 October 2023 The AEC must come down hard on the Yes campaign’s latest trick Following the 2019 Federal Election, the Court of Disputed Returns examined the use of purple campaign signage similar to the brand style of the AEC in the Divisions of Chisholm and Kooyong. The court found the signs were likely to mislead or deceive a voter in relation to the casting of a vote, contravening Section 329 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 (the Electoral Act). As pre-polls opened around the nation for the Voice referendum on Monday, it has…

Media Release: Victoria freed from tyranny. Dictator Dan sees the writing on the wall.

26 September 2023 Victoria freed from tyranny. Dictator Dan sees the writing on the wall United Australia Party Senator for Victoria Ralph Babet says the news today that Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is resigning from his position (effective 5pm Wednesday) is huge relief for the state of Victoria. Senator Babet spoke of his “overwhelming joy” upon hearing the news as Victorians continue to ponder the perilous condition of their state. “I haven’t felt so much joy since I was a five-year-old waking up on Christmas Day,” Senator Babet said. “When I think of Dan and his governance of our state,…

Media Release: Federal Court rules ticks allowed but crosses informal!

Wednesday 20 September SYDNEY Today, United Australia Party Senator Ralph Babet’s application against the Australian Electoral Commission was heard in the Federal Court.  He sought to challenge the AEC’s decision to accept a tick as a ‘Yes’, but to rule that a cross is informal on the upcoming voice referendum ballot papers. Senator Babet says the decision by the Federal Court today to maintain ticks as valid ‘Yes’ votes, but crosses as informal votes on referendum ballot papers is disappointing. “We brought this matter as an issue of fairness and to have tick or cross symbols given the same treatment…