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2019: A Year in Review | TOTT News

For too long, press outlets and the established class have pulled the wool over the eyes of the Australian public, but in an era of advancing technologies, their grip on constructed reality is slipping with each passing year.

As we wrap up the biggest year for TOTT News since beginning publishing, take the time to reflect on some of the best content on our website throughout 2019.

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Protection from the System: An Introduction

Humans possess a capacity for calculated risk-taking and behavioural psychology tells us that specific components of mental conditioning are required to face moments of personal danger.

In the following subscription piece, we take a brief look at four key areas of concern that all individuals can begin to understand, use methods to protect themselves against and begin disconnecting from the system.

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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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Discussion: Do truth seekers have a ‘way out’?

If the world is a business, one key question arises through the uncertainty: Is there a way out? How can we navigate the reality we are a part of?

On a recent episode of the Crazz Files Podcast, Adam from The Crazz Files and Corey explore workable solutions to major problems in hopes of positively effecting the individual.

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Why do people believe the television? | FFT

Photography, television and advertising have altered authentic human experiences to the point that ‘reality’ is recognised only when re-produced in simulation.

In the following Food For Thought discussion, we examine deeper questions behind the Australian bushfire saga and escaping mass media manipulation.

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Euthanasia becomes law in Western Australia

Western Australia has become the 19th jurisdiction in the world to legalise euthanasia, with the government’s voluntary assisted dying law clearing its final parliamentary hurdle.

Health Minister Roger Cook “held back tears” as he delivered his final address to the house.

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Discussion: Samoa, Vaxxed, ‘No Jab, No Play’

A new playing field is beginning to emerge in the ongoing immunisation saga, with the introduction of mandatory vaccinations and quarantines beginning to sweep across the world.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, General Maddox and Andy Somes from Real News Australia are joined by pro-choice activist Allona Lahn, to discuss the latest on the ‘No Jab, No Play’ front, Vaxxed 2.0 in Australia, deceptions in Samoa and more.

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Australian GPs prescribing placebos to patients

Most Australian GPs have used a placebos in their practice and believe prescribing drugs in this fashion to patients is justified, according to new research.

The research has revealed doctors are openly deceiving patients by giving them medicine proven not to work for discussed conditions, ranging from water-based injections to unnecessary antibiotics.

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Surveillance drones to monitor holiday period

Privacy experts have hit out at reports that Victorian Police plan to operate camera surveillance drones on public beaches over the upcoming holiday period.

This announcement follows concerns over increases in drone-related surveillance in public spaces across Australia, including at sporting events, CBD locations, beaches and more.

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Victoria extends ‘One Belt, One Road’ partnership

The Victorian government is set to extend commitments to China’s controversial ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative, after joining the international trade plan over a year ago.

Victoria remains the only state to support President Xi Jinping’s plan to ‘unite the world’ through sophisticated trade networks, while critics question China’s continued mass influence over Australia.

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