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Revealed: 5G tower locations across Australia | Exclusive

5G locations obtained from AMTA data and confirmed with RFNSA.

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Spot the Difference: Politics vs Wrestling | Opinion

Professional wrestling — half Shakespeare, half suplexes — continues to captivate as a stage-managed “reality” in which scripted stories bleed freely into real events, and the blurry line between truth heightens the addiction to the melodrama.

Following on from World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) WrestleMania extravaganza in April, we take a look as the Australian government gears up for the main event of their poorly executed version of the theatre spectacle — The 2019 Federal Election.

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Australia is building ‘smart city’ infrastructure

Driven by advancing technologies and infrastructure, smart cities have progressed passed a future concept and are now becoming a reality, with the Australian government currently initiating a new plan to “transform our cities and regional locations”.

The ‘Smart Cities Plan’ will include new mechanisms to monitor and control society with technology, including smart management of infrastructure functions, ground and air sensor devices, CCTV surveillance with facial recognition, ‘sustainable projects’ and more.

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5G rollout set for 2020 in Australia

Australia is gearing up for the imminent arrival of 5G technology, with telecommunications companies beginning to trial and introduce new systems ahead of a planned 2020 rollout.

Developed as part of an international digital transformation, 5G represents a significant leap from the capabilities of previous generations of wireless communications, introducing a range of technological possibilities that have many experts warning of potential health risks.

In the following, we explore the pending arrival of 5G technologies in Australia.

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Member Circle: World Governance | April 2019

Rising out of “perceived necessity” to prevent conflicts following the Second World War, the United Nations has grown to become a behemoth that now mandates the actions of each country on earth, incrementally eroding the concept of national sovereignty.

From energy and water resources, to climate change and gender equality policies, Australia’s national agenda has been heavily influenced by UN principles, and now, is set to help create the perfect world governance structure under Agenda 2030.

What is this plan and where does it lead? Importantly, what does this mean for Australia?

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The UN takeover of Australian society

Since the beginning of the United Nations, Australia has strongly promoted international policies and reforms across a broad range of issues, interlinking an integrated model that is marching towards a system of world governance.

Australia and the UN have a rich history of collaboration and dialogue, and as the turn of the decade approaches, we are now playing a key role in the implementation of the Agenda 2030 plan.

Our citizens, national interests and major industries have been sold out to a corporate-fascist agenda that is unfolding right before our eyes.

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Agenda 2030: Australia’s Role in the United Nations

The United Nations and comprising autocratic member regimes have announced big plans for your life, your children, your country and your world, and most Australians have no idea about the corporate-fascist agenda set to be implemented by world authorities.

In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of the Agenda 2030 plan, including the history and development of the United Nations, our involvement in the world body, the document, future directions of the plan, and an in-depth analysis of Australia's implementation of Sustainable Development Goals.

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‘National disgrace’: Australia’s NBN disaster

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is one of Australia’s most significant infrastructure projects: a major source of government expenditure that was established to provide high capacity data communications across the nation for both individuals and organisations.

Over a decade since first being introduced to Australia, the project has experienced many shifts in development plans, botched rollouts and continued performance issues, making it one of the country’s biggest infrastructure failures in history.

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Are Chinese tech companies spying on Australia?

Surveillance systems, most notably CCTV cameras and advanced biometric technologies, have expanded at an unprecedented rate in Australia since the events of September 11th, and today have become a security staple of governments, private businesses and individuals alike.

Authorities and experts have both raised concerns that some of the most popular brands of cameras, drones and other accessories in Australia, are being used as a surveillance intermediary for foreign entities, particularly the Chinese government.

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When Big Pharma ‘gets it wrong’ in Australia

A select group of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical corporations are a well-represented fixture among the most powerful Fortune 500 companies each year, slowly transforming to become one of the largest and most profitable industries in the modern world.

Driven by profit and power, the pharmaceutical industry has shown no regard for personal safety or legal regulations, as consumers continue to trust companies caught intentionally lying to the public, promoting products underpinned by non-objective science and deception.

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