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Foreign investments in domestic water entitlements

Over 10 per cent of water entitlements in Australia are currently owned by foreigners.

Supermarkets transition to automated workforces

Coles and Woolworths have announced they will be launching new "electronic workforces".

Google’s $1.5 billion research center to “solve death”

Google has been developing what is perhaps the company’s most ambitious project to date.

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Lima Declaration: How the UN ended Australian sovereignty

The deal that unlocked the gates of the First World.

The foreign takeover of Australian gas and electricity

The majority of Australian resources are now owned by foreign corporations.

Revealed: The Australian companies manipulating our weather

Over five decades of weather manipulation in Australia.

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The Education System: Constructing Human Minds

Close examinations of the modern schooling system reveal that it is not education at all, and our current structure bears fundamental flaws based on the incorrect focus of ‘right knowing’ instead of ‘right being’.

In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of education, including modern schooling and problems with state control, key authors and underlying purposes of teaching, primary functions of the system and an in-depth look at the rise of alternative models.

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Lord Mayor dismisses smart city “conspiracy theorists”

The Lord Mayor of Darwin has defended the launch of new surveillance capabilities in the region, after the nation’s smallest capital city just finished the fastest rollout of ‘smart city’ technologies in the country.

The $10 million “Switching on Darwin” project has rolled out more than 900 “smart” LED lights, 24 environmental sensors, parking sensors, free wi-fi and a network of 138 new CCTV cameras throughout the Darwin CBD.

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Discussion: RoundUp saga, 5G protests, Christchurch

Residents in the Illawarra region have successfully forced attention to the aerial spraying of harmful chemicals in natural environments, while 5G groups hope to achieve the same with upcoming rallies.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox & Andy from Real News Australia discuss the RoundUp saga in NSW, the latest developments in the 5G rollout, the Christchurch shooting and much more.

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Australians set to rally against 5G technology

Australians are fighting back against 5G technology, with local community action groups scheduling a number of protests and forums to oppose the national rollout in the next fortnight.

The following page gives a brief overview of the timeline of 5G technologies in Australia and a list of existing rallies planned across the country,

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Suburbs included in Telstra’s 5G hotspot launch

Australia has taken the first step towards a national 5G digital transition, with Telstra’s new mobile network launching across the country to “improve speed and connectivity” like never before.

Announced at Telstra’s flagship store, the long anticipated 5G network was launched through two new products that have since gone live in selective suburbs.

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Endocrine Disruption: An attack against humanity?

Over the last decade, there has been growing awareness of the adverse effects of many synthetic chemicals in the world around us — untested for their disrupting factors on the endocrine system.

From industrial chemicals and pesticides, to consumer products and the air around us, Australians are raising concerns about the dangers that even small quantities of toxic chemicals may cause.

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NSW region set for RoundUp aerial spraying

Preparations are underway for helicopter spraying of the chemical RoundUp around Port Kembla in New South Wales, just days after a Melbourne man launched Australia’s first lawsuit seeking to blame the weedkiller for his cancer.

The campaign is part of “effective weed management” in the Wollongong region.

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Private developers are buying heritage air rights

The next big thing in real estate investing is ‘air rights’, and the NSW government is capitalising on this trend by approving new abilities to control and develop air space above heritage listed sites.

Concerned citizens say new heritage listed purchases in Sydney are yet another example of unethical overdevelopment in the region, and a means for developers to circumvent planning control laws.

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Discussion: Hate speech, 5G rollout, election

Australians continue to be distracted by the illusory showmanship of politics and the trivial nature of divide-and-conquer ‘hate speech’ propaganda, while Telstra has become the first telco to take the initial step towards a national rollout of 5G.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia discuss the aftermath of the 2019 Federal Election, the rollout of 5G technologies across Australia, censorship and PC culture, and much more.

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Connect with your local 5G community action group

5G technology is beginning to be introduced in Australia, despite backlash across the world against an evolving technology that remains largely untested and unregulated for safety concerns.

Are you concerned about 5G? Below is a list of all existing 5G community actions groups across Australia:

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