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Schooling was designed to indoctrinate society

In Australian classrooms, poorly trained teachers remain largely incompetent to the greater vision of education -- designed by an oligarchy of thinkers to create a workforce of slaves over a century ago.

Students are collectively brainwashed under monotonous conditions, before being funnelled upon society as effective, conformed 'producers', to further sustain and develop the prison around them.

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‘Genderbread Person’: Brisbane high school using banned gender theory resource

Students at one Brisbane high school are learning more than just the birds and the bees.

Queensland’s educational department says it won’t move to stop a high school in the northern suburbs of Brisbane using a banned educational resource which encourages students to think of gender as a spectrum rather than a strictly defined binary.

Victoria set to introduce new regulations for homeschooling

Parents in Victoria have raised concerns over new proposals by the government to change regulations surrounding home education in the state, including tougher measures on the process of approval and restrictions on the curriculum used by families at home.

The new changes, introduced early this year, will also introduce an increase in powers for government authorities to monitor and intervene in the education process, a move that has homeschooling advocates campaigning to shut the legislation down.

Australian school introduces biometric identification

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 a controversial new biometric student attendance record-keeping program being introduced across Australia.

The system, an adaptation of previous programs that were suspended by the government due to privacy concerns, will allow students to register they are at school by placing their finger on a pad.

Campaign launched to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres and preschools

***UPDATE*** – NSW HAS NOW APPROVED THE VACCINATION LAWS! – $4000 fines apply for centres that refuse. Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/big-win-for-no-jab-no-play-as-nsw-state-cabinet-approves-tough-new-vaccination-laws/story-e6frfkp9-1226652581582 ————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Note from Ethan: Welcome to the Nanny State on steroids! Childcare centres should have the right to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres and preschools under a proposed “no jab, no play” policy. The […]

Questioning Grand Narratives: A Primer

When one begins truly attempting to see the world for what it is, they are likely to discover some rather uncomfortable facts about this reality.

It is easy to focus on the conclusion of one chain of research, but when we incorporate that conclusion as the premise of a new line of thinking, only then can we begin to rebuild our perceptions.

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The Black Pill: Beyond The Matrix

In pursuit of truth, we become exposed to unrealistic depictions of how the ‘outside’ or ‘real’ world works. This is underpinned by fundamental beliefs in deceptive grand narratives that shape our reality.

In the following, we examine the framework of the lie system, the red vs blue pill conundrum, challenging our understandings of the world, the role of metanarratives and a look at inconvenient truths.

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Supermarkets to be ‘checkout free’ by 2030

Australian supermarkets will become ‘checkout free’ within 10 years, according to a Coles executive.

New technologies, driven by automation and artificial intelligence, are beginning to transform the Australian shopping landscape and this shift is only predicted to increase by 2030.

Smart meters to receive $2.7 million subsidy

The Australian government will provide $2.7 million to subsidise new advanced smart meters for households, businesses and schools in a trial to monitor energy use.

The $8 million project will be lead by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency and will allow the provider access to household data in order to tap in and reduce personal off-peak consumption.

2019: A Year in Review | TOTT News

Take the time to reflect on some of the best content on our website throughout 2019.