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Incentivizing COVID-19: A Victorian Success Story


Australia’s extremely low COVID-19 mortality rate and case count has been embarrassing for the government. Where are all the sick people? Where are all the dead bodies? This is a pandemic right? If only there was a way to get those numbers higher… By General Maddox. Australias first case of coronavirus was announced on the […]

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Who is Bill Gates?


By James Corbett CorbettReport.com Who is Bill Gates? A software developer? A businessman? A philanthropist? A global health expert? This question, once merely academic, is becoming a very real question for those who are beginning to realize that Gates’ unimaginable wealth has been used to gain control over every corner of the fields of public […]

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Track and Trace: Embedded Microchips and Facial Recognition


Queensland has taken another step towards a dystopian technocratic future with the implementation of new microchip technologies, facial recognition and the merger of said data to Federal agencies. By General Maddox. It doesn’t seem that long ago when Queenslanders carried around a simple laminated driver’s license. First introduced in 1986 as an upgrade to plain […]

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Rally for Freedom – Brisbane May 30, 2020


While most of the world remains asleep, brave Australians who are concerned about our freedoms and our health took to the streets of the nations capital cities to not only raise awareness but to show our so-called leaders we have had enough and we know what their agenda is. Here’s some fantastic footage of the […]

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Pell’s Acquittal: Victims’ Right of Reply!


Image: “This about Sums Up Justice for Childhood Sexual Abuse Victims!” By George W. Helon. Warning: this article contains details of child sexual abuse which some people might find distressing, upsetting and triggering. On Monday April 13, 2020 The Chronicle allowed Andrew Bolt a whole page to vehemently express his opinion on the treatment, arrest, hearings, criminal trials, jailing, appeals, and finally the release of […]

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COVID-19: That is the Question


 By Tracy Johnstone. Over the last few months, we have been bombarded with a constant flow of fearful information surrounding COVID-19.  This information included reports that Australia could expect up to 150,000 deaths from Coronavirus, the USA up to 2.2 million deaths and the U.K. up to 500,000 deaths.    We have also been told […]

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The Price of Fear


Op-Ed piece. By Maia Regler (via Facebook) It has been at the forefront of every person’s minds, it’s everywhere, you can’t escape it, it’s there from the moment they wake. The daily onslaught of updated information and restrictions on this ever developing situation. I’ve seen family tearing one another to shreds, suspicion, mistrust, accusations, and […]

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The Scariest Thing About Coronavirus is the Reaction to Coronavirus


The only thing we know with absolute certainty about this Coronavirus debacle is that we don’t know enough. By General Maddox Toilet paper madness, grocery store shelves raided, citizens bashing each other for supplies, conspiracy theories floating about the internet, social media groups touting all sorts wild ideas and blaming 5G or bio-warfare labs breaching […]

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China’s Cunning Way to Stop Protests


Where’s the Deadly “Pandemic”? By Jeffrey Hodges http://www.no-tolls.org I’m flabbergasted at the media beat-up about the corona virus – did you know even real estate agents are now asking tenants to declare if they have been to China recently!!  Really …. give me a break! Whenever a ‘virus’ is mentioned, suddenly there go all our rights and freedoms.  […]

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Senate should disallow GM deregulation


By Bob Phelps http://www.geneethics.org Gene Ethics calls on all Senators to disallow the Gene Technology Amendment (2019 Measures No. 1) Regulations 2019 when it comes to a vote in the Senate on Wednesday November 13. All genetic manipulation (GM) processes and products – including all new CRISPR gene-editing techniques and the GM animals, plants and microbes […]

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IS THE GOVERNMENT’S NO JAB NO PAY POLICY TO BLAME FOR THE INCREASING DEATH RATE OF ABORIGINAL BABIES?


By Marelle Burnum Burnum and Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison Infant mortality rate is an important marker of the overall health of society. It is defined as the number of deaths of children under one year of age per thousand live births. According to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the number of […]

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Pick and Choose: The Climageddon Bandwagon


New studies and scientific investigations will always be done and will reveal new information that may contradict the current paradigm. But will anyone be listening? By General Maddox. The governments of the world, thanks to the U.N., have made climate alarmism the new fad. You will struggle to find one that doesn’t toe the party […]

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Australia’s 2019 (S)Election


Election time and RNA again takes to the street and local polling area in suburbia to put our finger on the pulse of the general public. Our aim? To see if anything has changed since our last major (s)election and to also see if the public is waking up to the 2 major party sham […]

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Independent political parties to get behind in 2019


By Ethan Nash Originally Posted at TOTTnews.com Australians have given up on government, business, the media and other formal institutions as leaders of society, and are looking for alternative options to the current political oligarchy in Canberra. As the 2019 Federal Election approaches, we take a look at some of the few independent political parties […]

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China’s Big Brother Social Control Goes to Australia


By Joshua Philipp Originally posted at the EpochTimes.com Australia is preparing to debut its version of the Chinese regime’s high-tech system for monitoring and controlling its citizens. The launch, to take place in the northern city of Darwin, will include systems to monitor people’s activity via their cell phones. The new system is based on […]

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