Daniel Andrews

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Person.png Daniel Andrews   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician, deep state tool)
Daniel Andrews.jpg
Born6 July 1972
Alma materMonash University
SpouseCatherine Kesik
PartyAustralian Labor Party
A gray politician who came to prominence during the COVID-19 deep event.

Employment.png Premier of Victoria

In office
4 December 2014 - Present

Employment.png Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly

In office
20 November 2002 - Present

Daniel Michael Andrews is an Australian Labor Party politician who has been the 48th premier of Victoria since December 2014 and Leader of the Labor Party in Victoria since 2010. A gray politician, he came to prominence during the COVID-19 deep event. He initially worked as a research and political officer, before being elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly at the 2002 Victorian state election. He was later appointed to the ministry by premier Steve Bracks in 2006, then promoted by premier John Brumby in 2007. After the defeat of Brumby at the 2010 election by Ted Baillieu, Andrews was elected as the Leader of the Labor Party in Victoria, becoming Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly.


Andrews was born in Williamstown, a southwestern suburb of Melbourne. In 1983, his family moved to Wangaratta in northeastern Victoria, where he was educated at the Marist Brothers' Galen Catholic College.[1] Andrews moved back to Melbourne in 1990 to attend Monash University, where he was a resident of Mannix College and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in politics and classics in 1996.


After graduating, Andrews became an electorate officer for federal Labor MP Alan Griffin. He worked at the party's head office from 1999 to 2002, initially as an organiser, and then as assistant state secretary.

Following his election to parliament in the Legislative Assembly seat of Mulgrave at the 2002 election, Andrews was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Health in the Steve Bracks Labor government. Following the 2006 election, Andrews was appointed to the Cabinet, becoming Minister for Gaming, Minister for Consumer Affairs and Minister Assisting the Premier on Multicultural Affairs.

In 2007, Andrews became Minister for Health in the John Brumby Labor government.[2]

Brumby resigned as leader of the Victorian Labor Party following the Labor defeat at the 2010 election, after 11 years of Labor governments. On 3 December 2010, Andrews was elected Victorian Labor Party leader, becoming Leader of the Opposition in Victoria.[3]

Premier of Victoria (2014-)

Labor won the 2014 election. In his victory speech, Andrews declared, "The people of Victoria have today given to us the greatest of gifts, entrusted to us the greatest of responsibilities and bestowed upon us the greatest of honours. We will not let them down!"[4] He was sworn in as premier on 4 December.


Upon his election, Andrews fast-tracked Victoria's ties with the PRC. Firstly, he led a group of prominent Victorians to China on his first overseas trip, and promised to send his entire cabinet there during his first term. Eyeing the enormous opportunities with tourism, education and investment,[5] his government signed a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Chinese government under the Belt and Road Initiative in October 2018, but kept its details secret until he released it five weeks later.[6] The MoU involves cooperation on facilities connectivity, unimpeded trade, finance, people-to-people bond[s], and the "Digital Silkroad". Cooperation will be in the form of "dialogue, joint research, pilot programs, knowledge sharing and capacity building". Andrews said that the MoU "does not bind Victoria to be involved in any specific project or initiative" and "the government will consider both the Victorian and national interest before agreeing to be involved in any specific activity".[6]

Cancelling the initiative had long been an objective of the Australian deep state, on behest of the United States. On 21 April 2021, The Commonwealth Government used its veto powers to cancel agreements made between Victoria and China under the Belt and Road Initiative.[7]


On 20 September 2017, the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2017 was introduced into the Legislative Assembly of the Victorian Parliament by the Andrews Labor Government. The bill is modelled on the recommendations of an expert panel chaired by former Australian Medical Association president Professor Brian Owler. In passing the bill, Victoria became the first state to legislate for voluntary assisted dying.


Andrews came to prominence during the COVID-19 deep event where he cancelled parliament and ruled by decree, enforcing some of the world's longest lockdowns, mandatory face masks and a "no jab, no job" COVID jab policy. "Chairman Dan" pushed legislation to make his expansive powers permanent.[8]

Lies about ICU beds prove psy-op

On 1 April 2020 Andrews declared a $1.3 billion injection to quickly establish an extra 4,000 ICU beds, in addition to 450 existing beds, "to meet the expected surge in case load at the peak of the pandemic."[9] However, on September 20, 2021, he denied this, stating “The notion that we’re going to have 4000 beds down at a warehouse somewhere, turn the Exhibition buildings into an ICU unit and then have a nurse at the foot of each of those beds practising hospital corners – no, that’s not how it works.”

According to Government figures releases on September 23, 2021, Victoria has an ICU capacity of 437 beds. The State Government claims that can increase to around 4000 if needed.[10] The fact that the government never increased ICU capacity at all is evidence that it lied the whole time.


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Covid Doctors Network: Open Letter to Premier Daniel AndrewsOpen letterGeoffrey Wells
Covid Doctors Network
An Open Letter to Premier Daniel Andrews in the Australian state of Victoria, to point out "not all medical practitioners are in agreement" with a draconian lockdown. Per end of September 2020, the lockdown is still ongoing with no end in sight.


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