A new independent film exposes the inner workings of Australia’s banking system, shining a light on the structures of fractional reserve lending and credit creation.
‘The Battle for the Bank’ lays bare the agenda of the world’s central banks to merge together and establish a one world currency.
Australia actively participates in discussions to implement Agenda 2030, supporting involvement of all development actors, including civil society organisations, the private sector, philanthropic groups and academia.
Where can we find the United Nations embedded in Australian society? How is the world body influencing key institutions towards a ‘sustainable’ future?
As Australia begins to re-open on a path to ‘normality’, discussions have now shifted to new “nation-building projects” that can help the economy recover.
What is one of the main ‘solutions’ being presented as a “game changer”? A high-speed rail line to be built down the east coast of Australia.
Did Bill Gates really call for depopulation of the planet? Or is there a deeper theory behind the eugenics concepts found in this speech?
Could the COVID-19 vaccine actually be a front for more complex ideas of population control?
The struggle for freedom is the engine of history, and as humanity experiences the most significant world shift since 9/11, the freedoms described in this great struggle are fading.