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How Technology is Disrupting Leading Industries


If you use a mobile phone, have ordered products online or even streamed a video, then you have participated in technological disruption – even if … How Technology is Disrupting Leading Industries

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New online taskforce will target critical thinkers


The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will establish a new taskforce to counter “online disinformation campaigns”, in a bid to further clamp … New online taskforce will target critical thinkers

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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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Discussion: Vaxxed Bus Tour with Meryl from AVN


A group of pro-choice mothers will begin a bus tour through Queensland in a bid to spread information about the dangers of vaccinations and medical … Discussion: Vaxxed Bus Tour with Meryl from AVN

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Bayer/Monsanto settlement cheats Roundup victims


Bayer’s Monsanto division raided its petty cash to settle 95,000 claims with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma sufferers in the USA for near $11 billion. Another $1.25 billion is for potential future claims from at least 30,000 other Roundup users also suffering the disease. By Bob Phelps. Plaintiffs’ illnesses resulted from long term exposure to Roundup herbicide and […]

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Discussion: Personal rights, microchips, protests


As long as there has been governments, there has been protests against them. We have heard many tales of the masses using their voice against the … Discussion: Personal rights, microchips, protests

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Australia’s Struggle for Monetary Sovereignty


A new independent film exposes the inner workings of Australia’s banking system, shining a light on the structures of fractional reserve lending and … Australia’s Struggle for Monetary Sovereignty

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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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Coronavirus surveillance here to stay, experts warn


Extensive surveillance measures introduced across the world during the coronavirus outbreak have widened and become entrenched, digital rights … Coronavirus surveillance here to stay, experts warn

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The UN’s Infiltration of Australia


Australia actively participates in discussions to implement Agenda 2030, supporting involvement of all development actors, including civil society … The UN’s Infiltration of Australia

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CBS News Admits, 5G Is Already Causing Staggering Health Problems


Originally posted on Coercion Code – "Dark Times are upon us":
Microwave Bath’ Sure To Cause Cancer Nationwide Can Be Nothing Less Than Intentional July 26, 2018 Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die In this new story over at Forbidden Knowledge TV that Steve Quayle linked to on his website Wednesday morning…

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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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States continue national facial recognition push


Queensland will become the next state to introduce a biometric data sharing bill that would allow for the expansion of Australia’s national facial … States continue national facial recognition push

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Death rate remains average during pandemic


Australia’s national death rate is in line with averages recorded over the last five years, despite the government initially projecting between … Death rate remains average during pandemic

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Policy-making consolidated as COAG replaced


The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) will be scrapped and replaced by “a completely new system” led by the COVID-19 National Cabinet, Scott … Policy-making consolidated as COAG replaced

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