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Discussion: Surveillance, alarmism, land rights

National CCTV is set for Australia. Photo: EDS

Information has become a subjective and convoluted concept in the modern world, primarily used as a narrow weapon to justify biased perspectives, rather than a tool that informs understandings.

Why have our priorities shifted from matters of importance to mediocrity?

In Australia, ‘climate change’ and #Epstein continues to distract the airwaves, while a national facial recognition database is developing and services transition to digital platforms behind the scenes.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News joins General Maddox and Andy from Real News Australia to discuss ongoing Hong Kong protests, the Epstein saga, climate alarmism, identity matching laws, Certificate of Title changes and more. 

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https://realnewsaustralia.podbean.com/e/general-knowledge-podcast-ep-24-epstein-climate-change-useful-idiots-land-titles-facial-recognition/

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One Comment on “Discussion: Surveillance, alarmism, land rights”

  1. August 23, 2019 at 19:36 #

    Great to hear real alternative media in this country, keep them coming.

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