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Mark of the Beast: Visa polls Australians about payments with RFID implants

This week, in an article published by The Australian, it has been revealed that Visa and the University of Technology in Sydney have announced a partnership to explore the future of ‘wearable technology’, including the development of a new implanted device to make every day transactions easier for the public:

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Updated: US official ‘misspoke’ about sending B-1 bombers and surveillance planes to Australia

After US defence official David Shear told a Congressional hearing B-1 bombers and surveillance aircraft would soon be based in Australia as a deterrent to what America described as China’s “destabilising effect” in the region, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he has been assured this is not the case.

Read both stories here.

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New Australian law allows forced vaccinations, quarantine or jail to ‘prevent the spread of disease’

Biosecurity researchers inside a laboratory in Geelong. Photo: CSIRO/AAP Individuals suspected of having a serious contagious disease could face five years in prison if they defy orders to stay at home – including forced vaccinations, searches without a warrant and more – according to new legislation passed into Australian law. The Biosecurity Bill 2014 cleared […]

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Brisbane Airport develops ‘intelligent’ CCTV technology

Brisbane International Airport. Photo: Glenn Hunt Every move you make, every step you take, Brisbane Airport will be watching you. The Brisbane Airport Corporation and the Queensland University of Technology’s Airport Innovation Research Lab have been working on CCTV technology to increase security and, hopefully, efficiency at the international port. BAC general manager of operations […]

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UQ offers free course to ‘combat Climate Change deniers’

Originally posted on Real News Australia:
“It would not be impossible to prove with sufficient repetition and a psychological understanding of the people concerned that a square is in fact a circle. They are mere words, and words can be molded until they clothe ideas and disguise.”? ―?Joseph Goebbels By General Maddox. The University of…

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South Australia set to expand police fingerprinting powers, forced blood tests

John Rau ensures the public that these measures are necessary. Photo: Adelaide Now South Australians who refuse to submit to on-the-spot fingerprint scans will face up to three months behind bars or a $1250 fine, under promised election proposals by Attorney-General and Deputy Premier, John Rau last year. In an article by the Adelaide Advertiser, it has […]

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George Brandis: ‘Bloggers won’t be covered by metadata amendments’

Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
Lanai Scarr http://www.couriermail.com.au March 17, 2015 Attorney-General Senator George Brandis speaking to the media at Parliament House in Canberra. BLOGGERS are unlikely to be covered by provisions protecting journalists in the govenment’s controversial metadata retention bill. Attorney-General George Brandis said the measures would be introduced to the House of Representatives today.…

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James Packer reveals links to Israel after Netanyahu’s US speech

Packer is ranked as the third richest Australian. Photo: TheNewDaily Australian entertainment mogul, James Packer has revealed his deepening links with Israel after a surprise appearance in the United States Congress this week to witness Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic speech. The casino and movie-making billionaire was spotted sitting next to one of Hollywood’s […]

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Sydney Siege False Flag: A comprehensive analysis | TOTT News

The #SydneySiege ‘hostage crisis’ occurred on December 15th-16th in 2014 when a lone gunman, Man Haron Monis, held hostage ten customers and eight employees of a Lindt chocolate cafe located at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia.

After extensive research on the chain of events in Martin Place, the Australian Roundtable Podcast significantly examined the official story, including initial discussions on who benefited from the events and media coverage on the day, to more comprehensive work such as conflicting witness testimonies and scientific rebuttals to government claims.

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Opinion: How the government and media benefits from the Sydney Siege

Tony Abbott and his wife Margie at the memorial service. Photo: Malaysian Insider Australians awoke Tuesday morning to reports that a 16 hour siege in the heart of Sydney’s CBD by Man Haron Monis had finally come to an end, with police fatally engaging the suspect holding 17 hostages in Lindt Cafe. The aftermath has left […]

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