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Coronavirus, Bushfires and Profiteers | #NewsFix

Problem, reaction, solution: It is one of the oldest tricks in the book, yet millions of individuals continue to be fooled by sensationalist coverage of the ‘coronavirus’.

Fearmongering surrounding potential pandemics is well-documented in the past and not only provides the perfect distraction for bushfire developments on the ground, but allows for the manufacturing of a new vaccine.

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The Black Pill: Beyond The Matrix

In pursuit of truth, we become exposed to unrealistic depictions of how the ‘outside’ or ‘real’ world works. This is underpinned by fundamental beliefs in deceptive grand narratives that shape our reality.

In the following, we examine the framework of the lie system, the red vs blue pill conundrum, challenging our understandings of the world, the role of metanarratives and a look at inconvenient truths.

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Bushfire Aftermath: The Australian Land Grab

Citizens in regional locations of Australia are victims of a systematic and subversive land grab across the east coast, driven by an international agenda for ‘sustainability’ and control.

In the following video, we explore the aftermath of the Australian bushfire saga, including insurance and financial assistance backflips, rebuilding regulations and government buybacks, continued depletion of resources and fears the events will drive the country into recession:

Australia on Fire: The Beginning of Agenda 2030

A state of emergency declared, military on the ground, displacement of regional communities and calls for national reviews of land management across the country.

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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