Video: Destruction of the Sydney Siege narrative – Why didn’t the sniper take the shot?

Snipers in clear sight for the duration of the event. Screenshot: Channel 7 News In the following video, John le Bon – after extensive research on the chain of events ...


Opinion: How the government and media benefits from the Sydney siege

Tony Abbott and his wife Margie at the memorial service. Photo: Malaysian Insider In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the nation was stopped as a reported 16 hour siege in ...


Thousands march in response to the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Brisbane, mainstream media exposed

Numbers were strong in Brisbane. Photo: TOTT News This weekend in Brisbane, upwards of 3,000 people marched in solidarity throughout the city in opposition to the G20 Leaders’ Summit currently ...



Campbell Newman promises $22 million boost for police and surveillance

Campbell Newman said the proposals were motivated primarily by the ‘day-to-day fight ...

Ordinary citizens at risk of mass arrests during G20, says civil liberties group

Police training before G20 finance ministers summit in Cairns. Photograph: The Courier ...
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New anti-terror law allows ASIO to torture

“Senator Brandis has proven as adept at selling the government’s law-and-order messages ...



G20 Coverage & Updates: Peoples’ Summit in Brisbane (November 12th – 14th) | TOTT News

The Peoples’ Summit is be a three-day festival of symposiums, idea-sharing, art, creative activities, education and action. It is taking place in various locations in Brisbane November 12-14, before the G20 Leaders Summit. This event aims to bring together local and international thinkers to collaborate on broad themes: The Economy: Growth vs Sustainability, Environment, Climate […]

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Discussion: What to expect at the 2014 G20 Summit in Brisbane

Scenes at marches over the last week paint a picture of what is to come. Photo: Courier Mail It’s finally here: The week long schedule of collective events for the 2014 G20 Summit kicks off in Brisbane today, and it is imperative that everyone who lives or plans to be in Brisbane understands the new […]

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TOTT News: Exclusive coverage of the 2014 G20 Summit in Brisbane | DETAILS

TOTT News – Presenting independent, alternative coverage of the G20 Summit in Brisbane One of the biggest weeks in Brisbane; one of the largest events to ever take place in Australia: As preparations for 2014 G20 Leaders’ Summit begin to take shape, and the city is rapidly transformed in anticipation of guest arrivals from the […]

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TOTT News presents: The Australian Roundtable Podcast | DETAILS

The next chapter. Photo: TOTT News In the next step of our multimedia expansion, TOTT News is proud to help present the Australian Roundtable Podcast – a 90 minute Brisbane-based podcast discussing the very latest domestic and international news, with additional segments such as guest interviews, guest panelists, internet features and much more. An independent, […]

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Australia – Descending into Darkness (Draconian Laws, Police State, Surveillance and more)

Prime Minister, Tony Abbott and ASIO Director-General, David Irvine. Photo: Canberra Times Prime Minister, Tony Abbott has committed Australian forces back to Iraq to help the US-led coalition against ‘ISIS extremists’ in the region, following a number of counter-terrorism raids and supposed foiled beheading plots over the past month in Australia. As a result, the […]

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Biggest counter-terrorism raid in Australian history: Sydney and Brisbane targeted

ASIO and counter terrorism police have swooped on homes across Brisbane’s south and in Sydney this morning in what is believed to be the largest anti-terrorism bust in the nation’s history. Hundreds of police executed search warrants in Logan, Underwood and Mt Gravatt East along with the Sydney suburbs of Beecroft, Bellavista, Guildford, Merrylands, Northmead, […]

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Tasmanian anti-protest bill contravenes Australia’s human rights obligations – UN experts

Special Rapporteur on the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association Maina Kiai. Photo: UN/Jean-Marc Ferré A group of independent United Nations experts have urged lawmakers in Tasmania to refrain from adopting legislation against protests that disrupt businesses, saying the proposed bill would contravene Australia’s human rights obligations. Among other things, the experts […]

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Video: Is conscientious objection to vaccination a form of child abuse?

Dr. Michael Gannon. Source: Perth Now Dr. Michael Gannon, the West Australian President of the Australian Medical Association recently appeared on ABC’s ‘The World Today’ to speak about his concern for an increase decline in vaccination rates in the state. During the interview, he said that parents choosing to not vaccinate their children are committing […]

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Human microchipping: I’ve got you under my skin

Professor Kevin Warwick and his Cybernetic Arm. Photo: REX Thousands of technology enthusiasts use it as the ultimate app, enabling them to lock and unlock their homes, cars, computers and mobile phones with a simple wave of a hand. But there’s a catch: they must have a microchip inserted into their bodies. The idea may […]

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Opinion: Australia’s unjustified reaction to the MH17 incident

The aftermath of MH17 tells a tragic story. Source: Direct Matin Almost a week has passed since the MH17 disaster left close to 300 people dead, as the global community continues to mourn in the aftermath of this tragic incident. International media coverage was quick to point the finger at pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine […]

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