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Video: Protesters rally against compulsory vaccination in Brisbane

Advocating for freedom of choice in Australia. Photo: TOTT News Protesters rallied at Queens Park in Brisbane yesterday to oppose proposals to revoke family tax benefits of conscientious objectors to ...

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EPA Report: You should be ‘Fracking’ concerned

Originally posted on Real News Australia:
The EPA (USA) has just released their assessment of “Fracking” and its impact on water resources and it’s not pretty.? By General Maddox. ...

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Mark of the Beast: Australian implants to aid payments with a wave of the hand?

RFID chips coming to every day Australian life? Photo: BoldLions It is the future that many concerned citizens have warned for decades about: A world where digital ‘research’ would evolve ...

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New Australian law allows forced vaccinations, quarantine or jail to ‘prevent the spread of disease’

Biosecurity researchers inside a laboratory in Geelong. Photo: CSIRO/AAP Individuals suspected of ...
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Vodafone admits governments use secret cables to tap phones

Secret wires are monitoring your every detail. Photo: AFP Vodafone, the world’s ...
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Eugenics in Australia: Melbourne’s Hidden History

Eugenics: Spreading throughout Melbourne in the 20th Century. Source: DNA Learning Center ...

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General Maddox: How to win the fight against mandatory vaccination

Originally posted on Real News Australia:
The laws written to ensure your kids are vaccinated are their own undoing. By General Maddox.? The passage of SB277 has the pro and anti vaccination world in an uproar. The Bill was signed into law on June 30, 2015 and takes effect in January 2016. The passing of…

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US official ‘misspoke’ about sending B-1 bombers and surveillance planes to Australia [Updated]

B-1 bombers supposedly not coming to Australia. Photo: Provided [UPDATE] Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he has been assured United States B-1 bombers are not bound for Australia. Assistant US defence secretary David Shear told a Congressional hearing B-1 bombers and surveillance aircraft would soon be based in Australia as a deterrent to what America […]

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Brisbane Airport develops ‘intelligent’ CCTV technology

Brisbane International Airport. Photo: Glenn Hunt Every move you make, every step you take, Brisbane Airport will be watching you. The Brisbane Airport Corporation and the Queensland University of Technology’s Airport Innovation Research Lab have been working on CCTV technology to increase security and, hopefully, efficiency at the international port. BAC general manager of operations […]

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UQ offers free Co-Intel-Pro course to ‘combat’ Climate Change deniers

Originally posted on Real News Australia:
“It would not be impossible to prove with sufficient repetition and a psychological understanding of the people concerned that a square is in fact a circle. They are mere words, and words can be molded until they clothe ideas and disguise.”? ―?Joseph Goebbels By General Maddox. The University of…

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South Australia set to expand police fingerprinting powers, forced blood tests

John Rau ensures the public that these measures are necessary. Photo: Adelaide Now South Australians who refuse to submit to on-the-spot fingerprint scans will face up to three months behind bars or a $1250 fine, under promised election proposals by Attorney-General and Deputy Premier, John Rau last year. In an article by the Adelaide Advertiser, it has […]

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George Brandis says Bloggers won’t be covered by Metadata Amendments

Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
Lanai Scarr http://www.couriermail.com.au March 17, 2015 Attorney-General Senator George Brandis speaking to the media at Parliament House in Canberra. BLOGGERS are unlikely to be covered by provisions protecting journalists in the govenment’s controversial metadata retention bill. Attorney-General George Brandis said the measures would be introduced to the House of Representatives today.…

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James Packer reveals links to Israel after Netanyahu’s US speech

Packer is ranked as the third richest Australian. Photo: TheNewDaily Australian entertainment mogul, James Packer has revealed his deepening links with Israel after a surprise appearance in the United States Congress this week to witness Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic speech. The casino and movie-making billionaire was spotted sitting next to one of Hollywood’s […]

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Campbell Newman promises $22 million boost for police and surveillance

Campbell Newman said the proposals were motivated primarily by the ‘day-to-day fight against organised crime’. Photo: Courier Mail Campbell Newman’s government has made a renewed pitch on law and order in the Queensland election, promising to roll out more surveillance of organised crime and terrorism suspects, more “rapid action” squads and to provide tablet computers […]

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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 in Martin Place – examines establishment contradictions and scientific analysis to refute the notion that snipers were unable to shoot Man Haron Monis during the […]

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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 the heart of Sydney’s CBD by Muslim Cleric, Man Haron Monis came to an end with police fatally engaging the suspect holding 17 hostages in […]

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