As the COVID-19 saga continues, divisive narratives have become the dysfunctional normality for political actors and media groups across Australia, proliferating in recent months.
Nightly news programs and social media algorithms, coupled with automation and big data, are being used to manipulate public opinion. Something smells fishy beneath the surface.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced this morning that he intends to make a COVID-19 vaccine “as mandatory as possible” for all Australians.
Behind the scenes, an international facility is being developed that will ensure the “equitable distribution” of successful vaccine candidates to the entire world.
The rise of augmented reality (AR) is set to hit a new level, with features inside the game Pokemon Go set to encourage players to upload 3D scans of real-world locations.
Major tech companies are all developing AR/VR products in preparation for the mass expansion of these devices as ‘solutions’ to world problems as the transhumanist push continues.
Nonviolent resistance is twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts -- and history shows it only takes the engagement of 3.5% of the population to bring about change.
Is it not a ‘negative’ thing to accept the nature of the masses, nor is it to separate from them. In fact, as research shows, this dichotomy is always the way it must be for change to occur.
As Australia’s ‘pandemic curve’ flattens, state and federal governments have started to loosen some restrictions in the beginning phases of a three-step plan back to ‘normal life’.
Despite the claims, many predict the COVID-19(84) saga is far from finished, with experts warning a ‘second wave’ of viral infections may hit Australia hard in the months ahead.