Bushfire Aftermath: The Australian Land Grab

The Australian wasteland. Photo: LFG

Citizens in regional locations of Australia are victims of a systematic and subversive land grab across the east coast, driven by an international agenda for ‘sustainability’ and control.

The orchestrated burning of Australia has left effected residents facing an uphill battle against an establishment focused on forcing communities off their properties and into smart city monoliths.

In the following video, we explore the aftermath of the Australian bushfire saga, including insurance and financial assistance backflips, rebuilding regulations and government buybacks, continued depletion of resources and fears the events will drive the country into recession:

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Law preventing bushfire victims from using caravans as emergency accommodation | 2GB Radio

‘Shameful’ NSW local council charges $10,000 to rebuild bushfire destroyed homes | Sky News Australia

The advice I wish I knew before my house burnt down | Sydney Morning Herald

Bushfire donations: Where is the money? | TOTT News

‘Couldn’t believe it’: Bushfire victims denied relief payments | Sydney Morning Herald

Centrelink ‘knocks back’ bushfire victims due to ‘outdated’ maps and technology | 7 News

Bushfire financial aid ‘a slap in the face’ as family receives $1,280 after their Wytaliba home burned down | ABC News

Bushfire experts say it’s time to revisit Black Saturday recommendations and stop people rebuilding in highly dangerous areas | ABC News

Bushfire-destroyed homes should not be rebuilt in riskiest areas, experts say | The Guardian

High humidity and soaring temperatures put massive pressure on Vic power supply | Sky News Australia

How long until drought-stricken towns run out of water? | ABC News

Company approved to take 96 million litres of water from drought-ravaged Queensland town | ABC News

Fires and virus could drive nation into recession | Sydney Morning Herald

RBA told to ‘mobilise all forces’ to save the economy from climate change | Sydney Morning Herald

Vegetable prices may soar 50 per cent as growers face perfect storm of bushfires and drought | ABC News


For those who missed it, make sure to check our our series on the Australian bushfires:

Australia on Fire: The Beginning of Agenda 2030

In this video, we examine the ongoing effects of the Australian bushfires, including eye witness accounts on the ground, defence force deployment, resource scarcity, media propaganda and calls for greater control of private land ownership across the country.


Australian Bushfires: A Smart City Conspiracy?

In this piece, we explore the Australian bushfire ‘crisis’, including questions with the initial course of events, weather modification and geoengineering, correlations between CLARA’s high-speed train network and the fire path, and links to the UN-driven smart city agenda.



Bushfire donations: Where is the money?

Discussion: Bushfire recap, future predictions

Discussion: Agenda 2030, climate, China

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3 Comments on “Bushfire Aftermath: The Australian Land Grab”

  1. Michael
    February 10, 2020 at 02:22 #

    If residents of burnt down houses aren’t permitted to return due to the area being deemed unsafe, then smart cities or rail lines shouldn’t be built either, because it’s an unsafe area !!


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