Archive | 2014

State Of The Climate Report


Originally posted on Real Science:
Our most accurate global temperatures are from satellites, and they show little or no warming. Temperatures are far below climate model forecasts Climate Analysis | Remote Sensing Systems Arctic sea ice extent is at a 10 year high. COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut Global sea ice…

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Big Banks Will Take Depositors Money In Next Crash -Ellen Brown


By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The G-20 met recently in Australia to make new banking rules for the next financial calamity. Financial reform advocate Ellen Brown says these new rules will allow banks to take money from depositors and pensioners globally. Brown explains, “It became rules we agreed to actually implement. There was no treaty, and […]

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Was Israel Behind Norway Terror Attacks?


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Dear Australia…


By Dr David Pascoe BVSc PhD OVH Repro AN OPEN LETTER TO THE AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE: Dear Men and Women of Australia, There are two photographs on this page, and they look like father and daughter. One is of a young woman who was born in 1907, the other is of an elderly man who was […]

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Non-participation Activism & How You Can Participate


By General Maddox Sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it? But in fact there are people all over the country winning small battles against the establishment by not participating in their corporate games. A few months ago Queensland’s CourierMail ran a story about a gentleman from the Sunshine Coast named Bob Jarvis. The story goes that […]

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Thousands march in response to the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Brisbane, mainstream media exposed


TOTT News Numbers were strong in Brisbane. Photo: TOTT News This weekend in Brisbane, upwards of 3,000 people marched in solidarity throughout the city in opposition to the G20 Leaders’ Summit currently taking place at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Center. The protesters – including indigenous groups, anti-capitalists, opponents to transnational corporations and many more […]

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TOTT News presents: The Australian Roundtable Podcast | DETAILS


TOTT News The next chapter. Photo: TOTT News In the next step of our multimedia expansion, TOTT News is proud to help present the Australian Roundtable Podcast – a 90 minute Brisbane-based podcast discussing the very latest domestic and international news, with additional segments such as guest interviews, guest panelists, internet features and much more. […]

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Australia – Descending into Darkness (Draconian Laws, Police State, Surveillance and more)


TOTT News Prime Minister, Tony Abbott and ASIO Director-General, David Irvine. Photo: Canberra Times Prime Minister, Tony Abbott has committed Australian forces back to Iraq to help the US-led coalition against ‘ISIS extremists’ in the region, following a number of counter-terrorism raids and supposed foiled beheading plots over the past month in Australia. As a […]

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CIA Plane in Big Aussie-American Heroin Bust: FNQ connection


Originally posted on Cairns News:
The far North Quensland town of Mareeba has been connected to CIA owned international drug cartels. Mareeba airport, just a stones throw from Cairns International airport, was built by the United States military during World War 2. Over the past five years strange aircraft, often landing in the middle of…

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New anti-terror law allows ASIO to torture


TOTT News “Senator Brandis has proven as adept at selling the government’s law-and-order messages as Treasurer Joe Hockey has been at crafting and selling a tough federal budget.” Photo: Glenn Hunt It is not clear why the Attorney-General, George Brandis, believes it is necessary for the Australian government to have the latitude to resort to […]

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Tasmanian anti-protest bill contravenes Australia’s human rights obligations – UN experts


TOTT News Special Rapporteur on the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association Maina Kiai.Photo: UN/Jean-Marc Ferré A group of independent United Nations experts have urged lawmakers in Tasmania to refrain from adopting legislation against protests that disrupt businesses, saying the proposed bill would contravene Australia’s human rights obligations. Among other things, the […]

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56 reasons to march against the government this weekend


Think about the list below. Will you be marching this weekend? By Glenn Murray http://www.glennmurray.com.au The Abbott government: Has dropped two years of Gonski funding to public schools. Has cut funding to public hospitals by $50b. Wants to deny the dole to unemployed under-30s for 6 months (in every year they’re unemployed). Wants to increase […]

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Australia’s housing bubble is real and banks are to blame, says author


Originally posted on conspiracyoz:
Jonathan Shapiro http://www.theage.com.au August 28, 2014 The median house price to income of Sydney is nine times, compared to 6.2 times in New York and 3.2 times in London. Photo: Peter Braig Lindsay David may sound crazy ­comparing Australia’s banks to Lehman Brothers and Bernie Madoff. But in his mind, it’s…

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Operation Protective Edge: What they don’t want you to know


Originally posted on Discerning Kate :
Journalist Kate Johnston shares her experiences from Israel during Operation Protective Edge, discussing the role that the debate, natural gas politics and Israel’s defence system played in this latest Gaza tragedy.  This article was first published in Independent Australia. It wasn’t until two weeks into Operation Protective Edge that I started to…

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Community debates the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Trade Minister Robb’s electorate


On Wednesday 20 August 2014 a public meeting about the looming Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal has attracted heated discussion and debate from concerned residents in the bayside suburbs of Melbourne in Trade Minister Andrew Robb’s electorate of Goldstein. At the meeting three experts; Dr David Legge from La Trobe University, Tom Warne-Smith from the […]

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