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China’s Social Credit System Now Bans Millions From Trains, Planes


By HE HUIGENG Technocracy.News Millions of Chinese individuals and businesses have been labelled as untrustworthy on an official blacklist banning them from any number of activities, including accessing financial markets or travelling by air or train, as the use of the government’s social credit system accelerates. The annual blacklist is part of a broader effort […]

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David Icke Australian Visa Revoked – Protection Racket in Effect


David Icke speaks to Real News Australia about the how and why the Australian government revoked his Visa moments before he was due to fly here. By General Maddox. David Icke has been visiting Australia since the late 90’s to do speaking tours. However, this time it’s apparently a major problem for the Australian government. […]

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The Demands of the Yellow Vest Movement Are Growing Into Rea Systemic Change


Originally posted on Waking Times Phillip J. Watt, Contributor Long story short; French citizens have revolted for the fourth week in a row calling for changes in governmental and corporate design. Even though UN Military and thousands of French police have been deployed in response, the police have actually been filmed removing their helmets in solidarity with the French […]

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Criminalising Dissent: Turnbull’s Attack on Protesters and Journalists


Originally published by Paul Gregoire at Sydney Criminal Lawyers on July 5th 2018 but given the recent uprising in France it’s about time I shared this. It’s as though our so-called leaders got wind of what was in the works in France with the yellow vest movement as it was started back in may! This […]

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Language of Fear: Attack in Melbourne


The mainstream media are the true peddlers of fear. By General Maddox. In a climate of constant media propaganda and spin designed to keep us in a perpetual state of fear, we again see an incident on Australian soil quickly described as a “Terror Attack” by the mainstream media. There are a few things that […]

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Canadabis! Recreational Cannabis Use Now Legal in Canada


As of yesterday it’s now legal to purchase marijuana for recreational use in Canada as new laws come into effect ending the prohibition. By General Maddox. Canada has now awoken and the government there has finally ended the prohibition on smoking weed. There are of course still some restrictions and rules for pot smokers to […]

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Podcast Now Available!


It’s been about 5 years since a regular RNA podcast was available. Now that we’re reaching more people on social media and our email subscriptions are increasing plus website followers it’s time to get back on the airwaves, well… podwaves. Myself Lee “General” Maddox, my mate and RNA colleague Andy Somes as well as Ethan […]

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Sacrificial Virgins: Is Gardasil even necessary?


By Jacqueline Gwynne The documentary film, Sacrificial Virgins, about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil was launched to a packed audience at the Melbourne screening in early August. The film attracted as much controversy as the vaccine itself when the authorities attempted to shut it down and the filmmaker was banned from entering the country. Joan […]

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Hemp Seed Approval Has One More Hurdle


Australia & New Zealand are the ONLY two countries in the entire world that don’t allow it’s citizens to legally consume hemp as a food product. By General Maddox. The benefits of the cannabis plant are numerous in quantity and it’s been used by civilisations around the world for centuries. Fast forward to modern times and […]

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Australian Prime Minister and Wife Tied to Pharma, Pushing Mandatory Vaccination


Originally posted at TheMindUnleashed.com Australia’s politicians are deeply tied to pharmaceutical corporations, the British Monarchy, and other corporate and institutional powers which threaten the freedom and prosperity of Australian citizens. One product of this hegemony is Australia’s “No Jab No Pay” law, which strips welfare from citizens who refuse vaccination for themselves or their children. […]

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Hydrogen energy from water left untapped


Imagine being able to boost the efficiency of your car exponentially. Well there’s a way to do it but the government says NO! By General Maddox. Fuel. Let’s face it, we all need it for survival. We’re all slaves to the petrol bowser and Big Oil who owns them. But what if there is a […]

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Penalty Rates Debacle Masks Real Agenda


By General Maddox. In recent weeks we have seen many news reports and heard plenty of chatter on social media about the looming cuts to penalty rates for retail, hospitality fast food & pharmacy workers. There’s been plenty of hear-say and conjecture without many actual facts seeing the light of day. Nor is it made […]

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Comm Games to Usher in New Draconian Laws


By General Maddox. Benjamin Franklin once said: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” What does this really mean and how is it relevant now you may ask? When the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast kicks off we’ll see first hand what […]

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Track and Trace: The Implementation of Digital Biometrics


By General Maddox. Biometric technology itself is nothing new and has been available for quite some time. But as the years progress so do the advancements in the science behind it as does it’s ever increasing use by society. Major biometric technologies include finger scanning, facial recognition, iris and retinal scanning, finger geometry, voice recognition […]

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MSM Downplays Trump Inauguration 


Democratic heartland of D.C. shows huge turnout in support of their new Republican leader. By General Maddox. The media has been doing its best to downplay Trumps popularity as the new US president. The narrative was in place before he was elected and it continues even now.  It certainly does appear that attendance was higher […]

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