Category: Features

Foreign investments in domestic water entitlements

Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth, and has decades of experience in managing water scarcity, which has allowed countries in our region to gain access to investment expertise and technology in resource management for a number of years.

As an era of uncertainty regarding water supplies approaches, predicted to effect two-thirds of the world’s population, first public reports on foreign investments reveal that over 10 per cent of entitlements in Australia are currently owned by foreigners, with China and the US at the top.

How the LGBT lobby is brainwashing Australian children

Over the past 30 years, Australians have attempted to reverse years of historical and social understandings surrounding gender and biology, as the 'gender revolution' continues to transform cultural normalities and institutions at breathtaking speed.

Behind this push for 'tolerance and equality', lies billionaire lobbyists and corporate industry sponsors who are attempting to redefine reality in a way that the rest of society is forced to accept, including our most vulnerable.

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Reverse Reality: The Social Engineering Agenda

In the modern world, general populations have been successfully engineered to believe that selfish needs outweigh those of others, and have been robbed of individuality, passion, empathy and principle, in pursuit of 'respect, tolerance and equality'.

In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of social engineering, including the history and development of group psychology, institutions driving research across the world, the destruction of traditional values and an in-depth look at the transgender agenda.

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Classroom app ranks students on ‘set behaviours’

A new classroom application that ranks students based on behaviours, allowing teachers to “automate the task of recording classroom conduct” by monitoring and storing data, is raising concerns in Australia.

The program, ClassDojo, has now spread to over 25% of classrooms across the country and is set to expand with continued growth of the educational software market – estimated to be worth almost $8 billion.