Facial recognition legislation under review

The government is pushing ahead with plans for a national facial recognition database.

Supermarkets begin switch to automated workforces

Coles and Woolworths have announced new "electronic workforces".

Australia’s move towards a cashless society

New reports reveal the shift to a digital economy is accelerating.


New South Wales region set for RoundUp spraying

The campaign is part of "effective weed management" in the region.

Revealed: 5G tower locations across Australia | Exclusive

5G locations obtained from AMTA data and confirmed with RFNSA.

Fall of Australia: An overview of ‘anti-terrorism’ legislation

An in-depth look at all three draconian laws.

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Digital licences introduced in New South Wales

A new digital driver’s licence is now legal for use across New South Wales following trials of the technology in parts of the region.

The move now makes NSW one of the few places in the world where citizens are able to choose to have a licence issued in digital format and have it displayed on their smartphones.

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Do you see yourself as a victim? | FFT

The internet is full of wild-eyed insinuations that powerful people have hatched plots to bring about certain outcomes which will lead to the end of free humanity.

In the following Food For Thought discussion, we examine the underlying psychological traits that have prevented alternative thinkers from implementing real changes to escape the lie system and the need to break free of engineered mental prisons.

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Secret State: The Monitoring of Australia

Australia has ushered in a host of ‘pre‐crime’ surveillance measures over the last decade that permit the mass monitoring of society, while allowing for the restraint of individuals on the basis of ‘anticipated future harm’, rather than past or present wrongdoing.

A system in which the states bear primary responsibility for law and order, combined with the absence of a national bill or charter of rights, has led to an unprecedented network of spying mechanisms used by secretive intelligence networks in Australia.

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Cash ban continues against inquiry advice

The government has bypassed parliamentary procedures by pushing controversial legislation to ban cash transactions through the House of Representatives before a new inquiry concludes.

Despite proposals to limit cash transactions over $10,000 being delayed following a committee review in August, authorities are continuing ahead with the plans against advice from the report.

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Discussion: MRC-5, vaccine deception, big pharma

Australians have been deceived from lack of knowledge about the healthcare system, as fake science and fake medicine continues to kill, steal and destroy the lives of uninformed citizens.

On a new episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, General Maddox and Andy from Real News Australia are joined by Rachel Celler to discuss the origins of MRC-5 ingredients in vaccines, medical deceptions and more.

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Committee rejects facial recognition legislation

Australia’s Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has ordered the government back to the drawing board, after rejecting laws to establish a national facial recognition database.

It is the first time since 2002 that a parliament committee has recommended new intelligence laws be withdrawn, saying the legislation needs to be redrafted to ensure citizen rights are protected.

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In Search of Truth: Beyond the Red Pill

It is one thing to know that humans can be programmed. It is another thing to reconsider one’s own programming.

Are ‘alternative’ thinkers just as influenced by fear-based programming as their mainstream counterparts? Furthermore, what effect has this had on a growing movement that claims to fight in pursuit of truth?

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NSW to further privatise bus services

The New South Wales government has announced plans to privatise bus services in Sydney’s north-western suburbs, lower-north shore, northern beaches and eastern suburbs.

The move follows ongoing privatization of assets and infrastructure across the state in recent years, including industries such as water, electricity, public transport and public hospitals.

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Member Circle: ‘Truth’ Movement | Oct 2019

What is ‘truth’ in the modern world and how much information published by the alternative sphere can be taken seriously when searching for this concept?

On the latest Member Circle Podcast, Ethan and Andy break down a number of pressing topics, including an open discussion about the ‘truth’ movement, echo chambers and disinformation, the nature of energy and reality, The Truman Show, NPCs and much more.

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The Information War: Players and Narratives

Numerous personalities have emerged in the ‘truth' movement that were instrumental in shaping the “why” behind the emergence of the New World Order -- but how many of these theories have been examined?

In the following membership piece, we examine the history of the NWO theory, the personalities who spread these claims, deceptions and programming in the ‘truth' movement, the ACT Realm and much more.

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