Queensland will become the next state to introduce a biometric data sharing bill that would be linked to Australia’s national facial recognition database.
Following WA, the moves come despite facial recognition legislation being blocked in November due to privacy concerns, leading some to believe the plan is soon to be resurrected.
The United States has seen a rapid shift from a locked down COVID-19 society to scenes of mass protests, and this has subsequently spilled over into Australia and the United Kingdom.
Has humanity suddenly awoke in an alternate timeline? Or is the latest twist in the 2020 story all part of larger moves being made behind the scenes?
Australia’s national death rate is in line with averages recorded over the last five years, despite the government initially projecting between 50,000 and 150,000 victims from COVID-19.
Did lockdowns ‘prevent’ this number? Or does the new discovery add further weight to inconsistencies raised during the coronavirus ‘pandemic’?
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) will be scrapped and replaced by “a completely new system” led by the COVID-19 National Cabinet, Scott Morrison has announced.
The move will not only consolidate further power to centralised channels, but it will also sideline local government and working groups from influencing national decision-making.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg confirmed yesterday Australia has entered its first recession in 29 years, after the economy went backwards in the March quarter.
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