Archive | December, 2013

How many jobs will go after Holden stops making cars in Australia?


Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
  http://www.afr.com 11 Dec 2013 Edmund Tadros Graphic by Les Hewitt   InteractiveAs many as 65,000 workers could lose their jobs and up to $4 billion could be lost from the economy as a result of General Motors pulling the plug on Holden manufacturing in Australia, under one scenario put forward…

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China reaps rewards of farm plunge


Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
Brad Thompson The West Australian November 23, 2013   Farm manager Jimmy Hutchinson. Picture: Steve Ferrier/The West Australian   The writing is on the wall for anyone who doubts China’s plans to invest billions of dollars for a big stake in WA agriculture. And the message in Mandarin across the iconic…

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The privacy of ordinary Australians is under serious threat


Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
Geoffrey Robertson theguardian.com 2 December 2013 Intelligence representatives offered to share the confidential data of law-abiding Australians with international partners. In this Orwellian climate, who will guard the guardians? Canadian eavesdroppers drew the line at sharing bulk metadata. Australian ones didn’t. Photograph: Getty The latest Snowden document, revealed by Guardian Australia today, increases concern…

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Revealed: Australian spy agency offered to share data about ordinary citizens


Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
Ewen MacAskill, James Ball and Katharine Murphy theguardian.com, 2 December 2013  • Secret 5-Eyes document shows surveillance partners discussing what information they can pool about their citizens • DSD indicated it could provide material without some privacy restraints imposed by other countries such as Canada • Medical, legal or religious information…

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What is the TPP?


A closer look at the origins behind the multilateral regionalistic secrecy. By General Maddox. Few Australians have heard of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) let alone what countries are involved, the agenda of each country and the desired outcomes. With good reason. As highlighted in previous articles on Real News Australia; The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is […]

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