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Modern Food: The Ugly Truth

Modern lifestyles have become undermined by the fact that our food is killing us, not through lack of it, but through its abundance -- a toxic, hollow abundance.

In the following membership piece, we explore the truth about modern food, including the history of agriculture, the monopoly of control, health propaganda and the introduction of chemical processing, quality of life and an in-depth look GMOs and the underlying Food Hoax.

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Bushfire donations: Where is the money?

Hundreds of millions of dollars have been donated from around the world to Australian bushfire victims, but those impacted are still yet to see any of the funds.

The $50 million campaign raised by Celeste Barber is set to face ongoing ‘legal hurdles’, while Australian charities have announced they will be keeping most of the funds for themselves.

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Discussion: Bushfire recap, future predictions

As Australia begins to experience some relief amidst bushfires, the focus now shifts to examining the rebuild and policies that will follow this national event.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News joins General Maddox and Andy Somes from Real News Australia to discuss the bushfire timeline, misinformation and propaganda, The CLARA Plan, Agenda 2030 and more!

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Discussion: The Dark Side of Disney and Hollywood

Of all Disney’s secrets, none is perhaps as dark and troubling as the growing number of active pedophiles in and around the ‘Magic Kingdom’.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, General Maddox and Andy Somes from Real News Australia discuss new research by independent journalists that once again blows the lid on criminal activities at Disney, Hollywood corruption and more.

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Poison Touch: An Analysis of Danger

In the modern world, feelings of limitless horizons are opening up the visions of alternative thinkers to unprecedented heights, while emotions of being simultaneously more powerful and more helpless than ever before grow in the face of uncertain dangers.

In the following membership piece, we take an objectivist look at the effects of stress on risk recognition, causes of concern in the ‘truth’ movement, cognitive dissonance and an examination of the precautionary principle.

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Australian Bushfires: A Smart City Conspiracy?

The Agenda 2030 plan advocates for the implementation of radical changes to the central role of ownership rights of land and natural resources over the next decade.

In the following, we explore the Australian bushfire ‘crisis’, including the course of events, weather and geoengineering, CLARA’s high-speed train network proposal and links to the UN-driven smart city agenda.

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Rebirth: Critical Thinking and Understanding

It takes courage and self-honesty to walk the road to truth and freedom, and weakened by an onslaught of programming since childhood, many are unable to discern objective reality from manufactured fables.

In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of the process of awakening, including the flow of information, steps to enlightenment, simulated reality, critical thinking skills and an in-depth look at applying objectivist logic to the Fossil Fuel/Dinosaur Hoax.

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The Social Engineering of Australia

The rise of cultural marxism during the era of ‘counter-culture’ sought to apply critical theory to matters of family composition, gender, race and cultural identity within Western society, giving birth to various movements that seek to re-define objective reality.

In the following video, we explore various programs introduced by the cultural marxist lobby in schools across Australian society.

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Cash ban continues against inquiry advice

The government has bypassed parliamentary procedures by pushing controversial legislation to ban cash transactions through the House of Representatives before a new inquiry concludes.

Despite proposals to limit cash transactions over $10,000 being delayed following a committee review in August, authorities are continuing ahead with the plans against advice from the report.

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Queensland mandating gender theory curriculum?

The Queensland government is set to make a new program with controversial links to gender theory websites compulsory in all schools across the state.

The move is part of a national push to ‘educate’ children about the nature of sexuality and relationships, however many are concerned this will leave the most vulnerable in our society exposed to hyper-sexual information.

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