Category: Media and Government

Discussion: Questions with the Port Arthur narrative

The Port Arthur Massacre, described as an “indelible part of Australian history”, is an event that resulted in international media coverage, unprecedented national debate and the introduction of strict firearms laws across the country.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia are joined by Paul Moder, to discuss questions with the official story, gun control, plans with the movie and much more.

Documents: Australian government a privately-owned company?

It is a question that has been asked for many years now: Is the current Australian Government a legitimate entity of authority in society? Or is it simply a private corporation masquerading as one?

The following is an archive of over 100 pages of documents relating to registration with the SEC of the Australian Government as a privately owned American company.

Independent political parties to get behind

Australians have given up on government, business, the media and other formal institutions as leaders of society, and are looking for alternative options to the current political oligarchy in Canberra.

As the 2019 Federal Election approaches, we take a look at some of the few independent political parties that are hoping to shake the political circus up in a big way this year.

Member Circle: The Power of Media | January 2019

Do the media neutralize meaning and produce unformed or informed masses, or is it the masses who victoriously resist the media by directing or absorbing all the messages that the media produce without responding to them?

On the latest Member Circle Podcast, we discuss a range of topics relating to mass media manipulation, including exposure to television as a young person, understanding perpetual deception from the press, the rise of alternative media in Australia and much more!

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The media groups that control your perceptions

The mass media influences collective perception of society in a variety of ways, including the extent to which the content is appealing, the degree to which information channels are accessible and desirable, and the amount of social conflict and diversity there is in a community.

Since the beginning of the communications industry, the mainstream establishment has used this scope of influence as a primary driving factor to distort reality and replace it with a simulated representation – all developed and controlled by a small group of organisations and families.

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