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NSW to further privatise bus services

The New South Wales government has announced plans to privatise bus services in Sydney’s north-western suburbs, lower-north shore, northern beaches and eastern suburbs.

The move follows ongoing privatization of assets and infrastructure across the state in recent years, including industries such as water, electricity, public transport and public hospitals.

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How the Corporate Media Brainwashes Society

The mainstream media was designed to incrementally develop into a consolidated, corporate behemoth, which continues to promote an increasingly authoritarian perception of reality to the people.

In the following video, we explore various techniques used by the corporate press to manipulate the perceptions of collective society.

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Screens can manipulate the nervous system

The manipulation of the human nervous system through the use of television and computer monitors is a reality in the modern world, according to registered patents.

Techniques studied in the 1970s reveal the ability to influence the physical and psychological aspects of the brain’s sensors via electromagnetic fields transmitted from screens.

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Land ownership papers to be made “redundant”

New announcements have revealed upcoming changes to land ownership documents, with laws set to remove the option for physical paperwork.

The Queensland government has recently passed an amendment that will end the legal validity of paper Certificates of Titles, now classifying all options outside of digital documents as “redundant”.

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Former Optus Director appointed Minister of Communications

The Australian government has appointed Paul Fletcher, a former Optus Director, as the new Communications Minister — responsible for advising cabinet and regulating projects from 5G to ‘smart cities’.

Telecommunications giants have welcomed the new announcement, while many critics are calling the appointment a fundamental conflict of interest after a long history of involvement in the industry.

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H.V Evatt: The Australian who helped create Israel

The creation of Israel depended heavily on the actions of Herbert ‘Doc’ Evatt – an enigmatic Australian who served as President of the United Nations General Assembly at the time of Israel’s admission to the UN.

Evatt, a former Labor Leader and Attorney-General, would play an instrumental role in the implementation of the nation, after rising to prominence as an architect of the United Nations Charter in 1945.

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Spot the Difference: Politics vs Wrestling | Opinion

Professional wrestling — half Shakespeare, half suplexes — continues to captivate as a stage-managed “reality” in which scripted stories bleed freely into real events, and the blurry line between truth heightens the addiction to the melodrama.

Following on from World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) WrestleMania extravaganza in April, we take a look as the Australian government gears up for the main event of their poorly executed version of the theatre spectacle — The 2019 Federal Election.

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Discussion: 2019 Federal Election, social control, airport scanners

Locations across Australia are introducing new technologies to monitor individuals and the environment, while private policies have been changed to include mandatory airport scanning at international terminals.

UN systems are incrementally being established across the country, and this election, Australia has the chance to reject the major parties and attempt to reverse this totalitarian two-party regime.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia discuss the latest on China’s ‘Social Credit System’ in Australia and key independent parties in the 2019 Federal Election.

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‘National disgrace’: Australia’s NBN disaster

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is one of Australia’s most significant infrastructure projects: a major source of government expenditure that was established to provide high capacity data communications across the nation for both individuals and organisations.

Over a decade since first being introduced to Australia, the project has experienced many shifts in development plans, botched rollouts and continued performance issues, making it one of the country’s biggest infrastructure failures in history.

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Discussion: Solutions, personal empowerment, reviving Australia

Australians are starting to awaken to the lies and deceptions that have been entwined in the fabric of society by mainstream media, banks and corporations, and like-minded individuals and platforms are connecting on a larger scale than ever before.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia are joined by Phil Watt from the Revive Australia Movement, to discuss the latest news from our platforms, evolution of Yellow Vests to Revive Australia, individual empowerment, collective solutions and more.

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