Candidates: We are presently selecting Candidates for the March 2021 WA Election. More candidates will be added as they are confirmed.

2021 West Australian Candidates

Dr. Judy Wilyman

I have been actively involved in raising the awareness of health freedom in Australia for the past fifteen years. I became interested in this issue after my experiences at the University of Wollongong completing research in population health. I completed a Master of Science (Population Health) and a PhD examining the rationale for the Australian government’s vaccination program from 2004 – 2015. My research also included an investigation of the human rights issues in coercive vaccination policies.

At this time it became clear to me that human rights that we have taken for granted for decades, were being eroded and I feel it is time to act to change this trend if our children are to enjoy a free future. I hope that I can give Australians a voice for free and informed consent to all medications, as enshrined in the international human rights covenants that Australia has ratified.

I lectured in environmental health issues at Murdoch University in Perth from 2008-2010 and I have been presenting health information at community seminars, conferences and in court cases since this time. A few years later I published my research as a book titled ‘Vaccination: Australia’s Loss of Health Freedom’ and this was published at the same time as Australian’s lost their health freedom in lockdowns due to a declared global pandemic in March 2020.

I grew up in the Illawarra and was a science teacher in the schools for 20 years before returning to the university to study population health. I have always loved the environment and outdoor sports, so I have a strong passion to ensure that we protect our environment and reduce our ecological footprint for sustainable living.

I share the passion of the Health Australia Party for strong preventative health policies and for the democratic principles that ensure a free and fair society: academic freedom, press freedom and bodily autonomy. These human rights are essential for a democratic society and I will stand up for integrity in the political process so that the voice of Australians will be included in the political decisions that are made.

BASSEM TADROS

Bass is a graduate of Victoria University, with over 15 years experience in Corporate Marketing & Business management.

Bass was the Asia Pacific regional Marketing Specialist for a top Fortune 500 multi-national, Global leader in Mining, Construction and Agricultural equipment. Bass developed his career in multiple roles with the organisation towards specialising in communication, supply chain, training & teaching methods for developing loyalty.

He has led teams of professionals in Australia and internationally through successful and seamless change.

Bass developed a dedication to helping people identify and shift the unseen forces that are the barriers to personal and professional success.

Passionate to support people during times of change to seamless transition, adapting to change, planning for short and long-term success, and to enable personal empowerment, he ensures that clients take control of their lives by eliminating negative habits and installing positive strategies.

He is a published author of ‘Three Steps To Inspiration For Life’.

Inspired by a passion for training and his conviction to help people, Bass moved into the Human Development space. The primary focus of his private practice is Behaviour, Communication and Human Transformation.

Bass’s special interests are optimising human relationships in the workplace, mindfulness coaching, stress management and mental health care at work and home.
Over the past six years he has been working locally supporting the community with training programs and workshops. He has also integrated other frameworks including clinical hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistics programming and utilises revolutionary new tools in human transformation and empowerment to deliver lasting results for clients as an allied practitioner.

Bass’ passion for helping people and giving back stems from his core values and upbringing, growing up with a father who was in law enforcement and a mother who was in education. He describes his childhood as his foundation for his love of family, learning, discipline, travel, culture, communication and working to help others. By age 10 Bass had lived in three countries, over three continents and had learned to speak vastly different languages. By mid-twenties he was studying and researching the human behaviour and personal development.

Having volunteered for WTV community free to air television, Bass learned about media and TV presenting for over three years on various community TV shows and programs.

This is led to Bass meeting with HAP WA State leaders, while he was a presenter for WTV, he interviewed them and learned about the five pillars of the Health Australia Party; Healthy People, Healthy Economy, Healthy Environment, Healthy Democracy and a Healthy Society to help deal with the issues Australians are facing currently. This sparked his inspiration due to the alignment in values, which has since led to him joining HAP as a member and now candidate for WA.

Teddy Craies  MIM, FIMCA

Teddy is an engineer, a business manager and a wellness consultant.  He has worked in Australia and globally within the mining related industries for over 30 years in business management and development. In addition to running his own wellness coaching and consulting business since 2010, he also runs his own business development, sales and marketing consulting business, working with small business in Australia, Europe and Asia to help them open new markets and improve their business performance.

Teddy is a “Fellow of the International Management Centres Association, UK” and a founding member of “Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply Australia”.  He strongly supports and runs community activities and events to support families and empower them with skills and tools to build resilience to manage stress, work life balance and wellness advice.  Teddy fully supports the five pillars of the Health Australia Party; Healthy People, Healthy Economy, Healthy Environment, Healthy Democracy and a Healthy Society to help deal with the issues facing our Australian community.

Teddy is passionate about Australia, this beautiful country of ours and our community of families, men, women and children of all cultures, beliefs and lifestyles, who live in harmony, work and contribute in the best interest of each other and Australia. We are a free country that believes in a democratic system and we all need to stand up for our rights to live a sustainable life in happiness and good health. We should all have access to all the essential ingredients to live our lives such as; food, shelter, education, medical care, transportation, infrastructure, jobs, aged care, family support facilities, our land and agricultural, the security of our country and people and care of our environment.

Teddy is passionate about ensuring our seniors and retirees are treated with respect and supported with a quality pension system and quality services to enable them to live in good health and harmony with all the required essentials for a quality life.

It was Henry Ford who said, “Coming together is the beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”  Teddy believes that the 5 pillars of Health Australia Party can pave the way to bring us together, and work to improve the lives of all Australians, our economy, our environment, our society and our way of living.

EMILY WALLIS

Emily Wallis, is a bookkeeper, trained as a veterinary nurse, and is passionate about issues including health, animal welfare, pollution of soil, air and water including our oceans. She grew up on a small farm where her father had a true ‘free range’ poultry farm. In the 60’s caged farming was introduced, unfortunately her father could not compete and he sold his farm soon after. Ironically, the system has done a complete turn-around, back to the original approach of free range/pastured poultry farming as it is more ethical.

The increased medication, risk of disease outbreaks and prepared food (often containing GMO grains) fed to the chickens together with the confined living space is not healthy for the chickens or for us.

A key interest of Emily’s is her concern about the introduction of genetically engineered (GE) or genetically manipulated (GM) foods coming into and being grown in Australia. She volunteers for the GM-Free Australia Alliance, with a focus on the need for full and comprehensive labelling of all GM ingredients in all our food products.

In support of Healthy People, Emily believes that everybody has a right to choose an allopathic or a more natural approach to medical interventions, and citizens must be allowed to choose without discrimination. This includes ensuring that our drinking water is free from unnecessary additives and supporting the use of medicinal cannabis.

As a small business owner herself, Emily understands that small businesses are vital institutions providing much of the employment in Australia, and they must be encouraged and supported with a fair tax system.

In addition, Emily supports resource conservation through non‑polluting renewable energies, supporting our indigenous people through a holistic approach to their health care and the protection of whistle‑blowers to expose any corruption in the corporate industry and political arena.

Emily fully supports all of the five pillars of the Health Australia Party; Healthy People, Healthy Economy, Healthy Environment, Healthy Democracy and a Healthy Society to help deal with the issues facing our Australian community.