Archive | August, 2016

Canada Joins Australia & Others With New Bank “Bail-In” Laws

On June 22, 2016 Bill C15 became law along with its controversial “Bail-In Regime”. In the crash of 2008 governments “bailed out” banks with billions of dollars. The next time around banks will be permitted to seize your deposits and exchange them for shares, shares in a failed bank. Some say that Canadian banks are […]

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Full Spectrum Surveillance A.K.A Census 2016

In this age of technology, information is everything. Our governments tell us they need our data in order to better govern (enslave?) us. Admittedly our information will serve a purpose. Our statistics will allow specific functions within the government to be carried out as needed. But will those functions creep across to serve other more […]

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The Great Census Fail

Here in Australia we have so many great things. The Great Australian Bight, The Great Barrier Reef, even Great White Sharks! Well now you can add the Great Census Fail to that list. By General Maddox. The Australian Government failed miserably with the census this time around. So much that a Twitter hashtag #CensusFail was […]

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Census 2016: The most significant invasion of privacy ever perpetrated on Australians

The Census of Population and Housing is Australia’s largest statistical collection undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. For more than 100 years, the Census has “provided a snapshot of Australia, showing how our nation has changed over time and allowing us to plan for the future.” By Ethan Nash ( However, as Australians prepare […]

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