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Transhumanism: When sci-fi becomes reality

In the modern world, the possibility of a future including 'transhumans' has received attention due to new scientific fields and advancing technologies.

In the following, we examine the effects that a technological and biological transformation will have on society, and explore both the theoretical and practical fields of posthumanist research.

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Member Circle: Tradition | July 2019

Human nature is under attack in the modern world, and systems of dominance observed in society are the latest phase in a crisis which has long existed since the dissolution of the individual spirit.

On the July editions of both the Member Circle Podcast and Member Sessions Podcast, we discuss all things relating to society and dehumanization in Australia, including the ongoing culture war, traditionalism, community spirit, the cultural marxist cult and more.

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Dehumanization: A Tale of the Modern World

What is “man”? This age-old question can be found embedded in the fabric of recorded human history, and is re-emerging again today with increased urgency, given the current technological developments levering out traditional humanist reflexes.

In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of the dehumanization of society, including historical perceptions of ‘human nature’, Nietzsche on the ‘death of god’, the decline of social structures and a look at the approaching posthuman era.

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Euthanasia laws inching closer to reality in WA

The WA government has put forward the clearest proposal yet about how legislation permitting assisted suicide will work, in anticipation of upcoming parliamentary debates.

A new report, chaired by former WA governor Malcolm McCusker, sets out who will be able to access euthanasia and the process they will go through.

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Discussion: Fluoride, 5G backlash, data mining

The Australian government is in damage control after a loophole revealed councils were subjected to liabilities for fluoridation programs — moving to exclude the toxin from the Therapeutics Goods Act (TGA).

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia discuss new developments in the fluoridation saga, ‘small cell’ installations blocked, online privacy and more.

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China’s Great Firewall: A look at government-approved reality

Over the last decade, the Chinese government has developed an armoury of tools to monitor, classify and repress the behaviour of 1.4 billion people.

The “Great Firewall of China”, as it is commonly referred, is a sophisticated system of internet censorship that has led to the restriction of social media, search engines and traditional websites.

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Council backs residents against Telstra installations

Sutherland Shire Council is making a last-ditch effort to stop Telstra mobile phone installations going ahead at Lilli Pilli, Kareela and Engadine.

A council meeting held earlier this week approved an appeal against Telstra mounting ‘small cell’ installations on community infrastructure.

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Top reasons to question ‘climate change’ | Opinion

Australians continue to be subjected to an onslaught of programming surrounding the ‘scientific consensus’ of anthropogenic climate change.

In the following piece, Justin Dwyer ask the question: Is the evidence really ‘settled’ on the subject?

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New legal advice exposes fluoridation programs

Australian councils do not have legal approval to add fluoride to community water supplies, according to advice from a prominent lawyer.

In a 43-page recommendation to Port Macquarie Council, Tim Robertson SC has exposed a federal loophole that calls into question fluoridation programs across the country.

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Facial recognition set for Sydney transport network

The New South Wales government has revealed plans to roll out facial recognition technology across the public transport network as an alternative to Opal cards.

The announcement follows similar moves in Queensland, where the same company responsible for ‘tap-and-go’ technology is incorporating biometric identification into train and bus systems.

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