The world is changing, and is changing fast. A group of international business elites with oligarchic origins continue to manipulate society in hopes of transforming the world in to a vision from Orwell’s dystopia – with Australia seemingly positioned as test dummies for numerous aspects of this system.
In the following piece, Ethan Nash explores Australia’s modern place in this unfolding plan, including the rapid expansion of intelligence communities in the last decade, advancements in smart technology used to develop the concepts and systems involved, and the continued suppression of free speech with topics such as vaccinations and political correctness.
The Australian intelligence community has been well-established over the course of the 20th century and has woven itself into the fabric of Australian society since advancements in modern technology during World War II.
However, it was not until the modern area – post 9/11 – that the groups began to gain more power and privileges to tackle an emerging world of worldwide communications, inter-connected technology and the mainstream rise of ‘terrorism’ across the world.
In 2012, TOTT News first reported on a unified expansion of Australia’s leading intelligence organisations, in what would be the most significant expansion of Australian surveillance powers since the Howard-era reforms following the ‘attacks’ of September 11th.
Under the suite of new proposals introduced by the Attorney-General at the time, Nicola Roxon, plans to retain the telephone and internet data of every Australian for up to two years were revealed (later ‘Data Retention’) with intelligence agencies given increased access to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Following public backlash from civil liberty groups and concerned individuals in the public eye, most of the plans were delayed until the discussion had disappeared, only to be resurrected in 2014 during the infamous ‘Three Bills of Terror’ saga – which would see the introduction of legislative pieces that had dwarfed previous attempts of mass control.
The first bill in 2014 focused primarily on ‘national security protections’, with warrant caps removed to allow ASIO to monitor the entire Australian internet with a single warrant and a new exemption from civil and criminal liability for any self-defined ‘Special Intelligence Operations’ (SIO).
The second bill focused on restricting travel and movements, with a new “12-hour curfew” period for control orders to force people to stay in a location for a maximum of 12 hours in every 24 hours, along with loosening the retention definitions from ‘belief’ to ‘suspicion’. Also, the offense for ‘advocating terrorism’ was introduced.
The final bill was centered primarily on data retention schemes, nearly two years following our first story spoken on above. This allows the internet and phone data of every Australian to be sotred for a minimum of two years.
This raised concerns as it was revealed during the Edward Snowden leaks in 2012 that Australia is part of the ‘Five Eyes Alliance‘ (a relationship Abbott defends), including Australia, the United States, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Through this, intelligence agencies have gathered and share information about citizens across an international collaborative network on an unprecedented level, and would continue to do so with data retention measures.
The largest and most recent surveillance revelation came when the Australian government announced the introduction of a new national facial recognition system to ‘combat terrorism’ in 2017, with ministers unanimously approving a counter-terrorism package that “enhances” public safety by increasing surveillance of private citizens – including utalising new biometric identity capabilities – removing longstanding rights of suspects.
This followed a meeting between the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) last year, where ministers described the use of new ‘federated identity ecosystems’ to share information between authorised agencies, including the introduction of a new ‘trust framework’ system to replace traditional legal processes.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull assured Australians that national facial biometric matching capability would “only bring existing arrangements into real time”, however Tasmanian Premier Will Hodgman seemingly showed no reserve in support of the overhaul, declaring “we live in very uncertain times” and “this is the new world order”.
Australia’s leading privacy organisations, including the Australian Privacy Foundation, Digital Rights Watch, Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, NSW Council for Civil Liberties, Liberty Victoria and more, have called the comprehensive facial recognition database ‘unnecessary’ and ‘fundamentally incompatible with a free and open society’.
Furthermore, documents from the Attorney General’s Department show they are in discussions with major telecommunications companies about pilot programs for private sector use of the new national facial recognition system in 2019.
Indeed, as this Orwellian surveillance state continues to expand and gather momentum under the guise of ‘privacy’ and ‘security’, it will be the ground breaking technology in which it will be controlled that will ensure the system reach encompasses the daily life of the public.
Biometric technology and facial recognition systems have become increasingly prevalent in society since the turn of the last decade, with government authorities and respective agencies gaining more power to obtain and use such means in their operations.
Currently – as the 2018 Commonwealth Games wraps up on the Gold Coast – existing biometric identification technology remains installed on the public transport network system, including trains, trams and buses, to identify potential ‘terror suspects’ before they can interrupt the proceedings.
It was also revealed that facial recognition will replace passports in a radical security overhaul at Australian airports, with 92 facial recognition terminals to be installed in international airports as part of an $18 million deal to replace passports with a “contactless” biometric identification system.
Furthermore, Australian schools are also now implementing biometric identification technology, after parents have been told their concerns about privacy are ‘unwarranted’ after being advised children as young as five will have their fingerprints scanned at school as part of an attendance record-keeping program.
The biometric madness continues with the announcement that public transport commuters in Queensland will be able ‘to use their faces as a ticket to board trains and buses’ in the near future, after it was announced on Thursday that trials will commence to replace the current ‘Go Card’ digital network with facial recognition technology.
The protection of the Australian community is fundamentally important, and this also includes the protection of Australians’ civil liberties and privacy. These biometric systems, continued scope creep, clearly highlight the need for the introduction of serious privacy and enforceable Human Rights legislation for protection.
Human health is a fundamental aspect of any free society. The choice to look after yourself and the ones around you is paramount to a modern, developed group of humans. Despite this sentiment, Australia has become a testing ground for mandatory vaccines – with the introduction of numerous measures to ‘increase’ the ‘quality of life’ of Australians.
The vaccine crackdown in Australia began when nine local areas were recently identified by the ‘National Health Performance Authority’ as being “at risk” of outbreaks of preventable and potentially deadly diseases such as measles and chicken pox, with vaccination rates as low as, or below, 85 per cent. A high rate of immunisation is defined as 95 per cent.
As a result, The Sunday Telegraph and The Daily Telegraph launched a campaign to ‘stop the rise in the number of children succumbing to preventable diseases because parents are failing to have them fully immunised’ – also known as the ‘No Jab, No Pay’ policy today.
In addition, individuals suspected of having a serious contagious in Australia disease could face five years in prison if they defy orders to stay at home – including forced vaccinations, searches without a warrant and more – according to new legislation passed in to law.
Following years of rapid debate on the issue amongst the Australian public, the position of the oligarchy became evidently clear when the Australian Federal Police raided the offices and suspended the licenses of a number of ‘rouge’ general practitioners in Victoria who were signing off on vaccine statements for opposing parents.
Rogue medical practitioners will no longer be able to make false statements about a child’s ability to be immunised thanks to new laws which passed Parliament in Victoria.
The new laws will mean that letters and other documents produced by GPs or other immunisation providers will no longer be accepted as proof of immunisation.
From now on, only ‘Immunisation History Statements’ from the ‘Australian Immunisation Register’ will be accepted as evidence of immunisation or of medical exemption to vaccination when a child is enrolled.
This sentiment was echoed by Greg Hunt, as the Australian Health Minister recently spoke to Sky News Australia about the continued spread of ‘disinformation’ about vaccines:
“I will be approaching some of the Australian leaders of social media outlets to ask them to take all steps to ensure that dangerous messages about immunisation are clamped down on.”
As stricter measures continue to be introduced, individuals and parents who believe in freedom of choice continue to be targeted.
The right of all parents to make family medical choices free from coercion, manipulation and blackmail remains at risk, and this is a fundamental aspect in the new world order plan.
In George Orwell’s ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’, the main characters – albeit being trapped in an enslaved wasteland – also have their behaviours dictated by the ‘Thought Police’, a mysterious group that has the people convinced are listening in at every corner.
In Australia, we are facing the modern Thought Police. Although, they don’t exist as a rouge force that may collect you in the middle of the night – they exist in the collective persecution of anyone who does not fit the appropriate train of thought on a number of specific topics.
The Safe Schools program began in Victoria in 2013, when the Labor government provided $8 million in funding to almost 500 schools with more than 15,000 teachers are involved.
According to the Safe Schools Coalition, it is a program designed to promote ‘safety, inclusion and respect for gay, intersex and gender-diverse students’.
After extreme backlash and a written directive from Education Minister, Rob Stokes to ban the teaching of gender theory in NSW schools in 2017, educational resources still continue to steer teachers to websites that expose children to the ‘fluidity of gender’.
The NESA developed resource, “Teacher Toolkit: Prevention of Domestic Violence”, tells children that the “social construction” of gendered stereotypes presents a “narrow view” of what it is to be masculine and feminine.
The program has even being introduced under the veil of secrecy in the Northern Territory.
The underlying concepts of programs like this stem from shot topics in social discussions in society, including the recent explosion of gender dysphoria studies and behaviours.
The discussion has gotten so out of control since beginning, that now children with gender dysphoria no longer have to seek court approval to undergo ‘transition’ surgery.
This continued acceptance in Australia is driven in large part by government and media authorities, with the ABC receiving over $1 billion each year to publish feature pieces promoting the case to ‘remove gendered language’ – despite concerns with characters spearheading the gender theory concepts.
Like most scenarios throughout history of censorship and political descent, the problem doesn’t exist with the theory themselves – rather the continued backlash to anybody who doesn’t promote the ‘correct’ concept in society.
It has been revealed that workplace ‘diversity consultants’ are charging Australian companies up to $1800 an hour to warn employees about the dangers of using “non-inclusive” language such as “mum” and “guys”.
The move is all part of the new #WordsAtWork campaign launched by the DCA, which aims to “spark a conversation about how even seemingly innocuous language can exclude minority groups”.
These developments are just the latest in a shift of PC momentum in Australia, which has seen Commonwealth Games volunteers addressed about ‘tolerance’ and Qantas directing staff on “appropriate language” to use in the workplace.
Furthermore, nurses and midwives around the country must now adhere to a new code of conduct with a section specifically dedicated to “culture” and which details white Australians’ inherent privilege “in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders”.
Australia is now at a cross-road; we are staring down the road of tyranny and enslavement. Our rights and freedoms are systematically being taken away with each passing day, and soon, the free country that we once knew and loved will be replaced by a creeping state of draconian qualities. We are in control of our destiny and we have the power to stop this. One can make the conscious decision to stand up and fight for what little freedom we have left, or sit back and wait for the domino effect to begin sequence.
Stand up, Australia – before it’s too late.
Stay tuned for Part II of this feature piece where we explore the origins of this establishment and some of the early influences that led to this point.
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