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Victoria’s Freedom Party: Australians Fight For Liberty

Australia experienced one of the most extreme and counterproductive Covid responses of anywhere around the globe, and as a direct result of the totalitarian lunacy which overtook the country, its politics have changed profoundly. The Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews… Continue Reading →

Infiltrated: How Unelected World Bodies Are Transforming Australia

By Ethan Nash: TOTT NEWS. A social and economic wasteland has been left after two years of lockdowns and restrictions, and now, unelected international bodies seek to use this climate of uncertainty as the catalyst to re-shape the world into… Continue Reading →

Winter’s Back in Australia: The Photography of Dean Sewell

Snow is blanketing the Blue Mountains west of Sydney as a cold snap sends temperatures plummeting across Australia’s south-east. The icy conditions brought thunderstorms, rain and snow in higher parts of the NSW tablelands and north-east on Tuesday, and treacherous… Continue Reading →

Alex Berenson, Bestselling Author of Pandemia: How Coronavirus Hysteria took over Our Government, asks: What is Happening in Australia?

The authoritative body of literature picking apart the government and vaccine proponents Covid narrative is growing steadily, including Namoi Wolf’s spectacular The Bodies of Others, the elegant takedown by Robert F. Kennedy The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma… Continue Reading →

Sky-high mortgages, 7.1% inflation, and a 20% chance of recession. How the Conversation Australia’s panel Forecast the Future

Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University. Homeowners will face mortgage rates near 5.5% in a little over a year, according to a survey of 22 leading Australian economists. The Conversation’s 2022-23 forecasting survey predicts an increase… Continue Reading →

Dark Seas. Extract: Hideout in the Apocalypse.

By John Stapleton. Photography David Sandford. The spooks were easy to spot. Most Australians couldn’t afford a new iPhone, and certainly not in that part of town. Old Alex felt decidedly unsafe, packed up the apartment, both glad to be… Continue Reading →

Vaccine Mandate Madness: Chaos as Thousands Refuse the Jab

By Ethan Nash: TOTT NEWS. Despite state governments beginning to abolish harsh vaccine mandates, major employers have stated policies will not change and “high-risk” workplaces are pushed for a fourth dose. Some of Australia’s biggest employers will continue to require… Continue Reading →

Sydney: The Paintings of Michael Fitzjames

With poetry by Kenneth Slessor. Michael Fitzjames, whose work is collected in a number of Australia’s leading institutions, is best known as an illustrator for newspapers, but his paintings are also highly valued. Here is a collection of his depictions… Continue Reading →

Cross-department Digital ID pilot planned for New South Wales: The Ever Tightening Web

TOTT NEWS Residents in New South Wales are in line for a whole-of-government Digital ID that will let them connect their biometric details for access to services. Australians in the state of New South Wales will soon be able to… Continue Reading →

65,000 Years At Kakadu

Anna Florin, University of Cambridge; Andrew Fairbairn and Chris Clarkson, The University of Queensland. For 65,000 years, Bininj – the local Kundjeihmi word for Aboriginal people – have returned to Madjedbebe rock shelter on Mirarr Country in the Kakadu region… Continue Reading →

The Book That Changed Me: How H.H. Finlayson’s The Red Centre Helped Me See.

John Woinarski, Charles Darwin University. In a new series, writers nominate a book that changed their life – or at least their thinking. Books have been good to me: they have nurtured me, inspired me, taught me about life, helped… Continue Reading →

An “Open Letter” to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison from the World’s Most Powerful Media Mogul Rupert Murdoch. What Happens When the Public Realise It Was All For Nothing???

As the Covid story collapses worldwide, and jurisdiction after jurisdiction abandons all Covid restrictions and mandates, leading newspapers around the world, many of whom played a key part in panicking entire populations, have begun an intense period of naval gazing…. Continue Reading →

The Day Australia Changed Forever. 12 February, 2022. Protestors Ring Australia’s National Capital.

By John Stapleton. Photography by John Napper. They’ve come with their dogs. They’ve come with their kids. They’ve come with their hearts. There are an estimated 200,000 protestors on one Canberra campsite alone. Today is the Ground Zero of days;… Continue Reading →

Convoy to Canberra

TOTT News Inspired by dramatic scenes of truckie protests in Canada, where the Prime Minster has been forced into hiding after a large convoy crossed the country, gaining worldwide attention, Australians have joined the movement and are descending upon nation’s… Continue Reading →

“Give Us Our Jobs Back Ya Dog”: Australians Have Had Enough.

The disruption to Australian life continues to grow worse; with supply chains broken, supermarket shelves emptying, and suburban parks quiet as a confused and anxious people shelter in place. A dark evil spreads across the land. Everyone is vulnerable. The… Continue Reading →

The Zoran Strain: The Best of 2021.

Paul Collits: The Freedoms Project Australian politicians and our media are, relentlessly and without shame, creating Covid hate figures out of innocent people whose crime is simply getting on with their lives.  They are doing this to deflect and to… Continue Reading →

Unfolding Catastrophe: Australia. Part Three. The Biggest Mistake In History. The Best of 2021.

If the geniuses of Australian government weren’t satisfied with all the cautionary voices emerging from some of the world’s most venerable tertiary institutions, they only had to go as far as the Australian National University, to Professor Ramesh Thakur, whose… Continue Reading →

Culture Wars: Prime Minister Scott Morrison hides big spend on Australia Day

By Callum Foote: Michael West Media. Scott Morrison’s government has cranked up Australia Day funding tenfold in two years to promote a celebration of which we can be proud, sorry, suspicious. Callum Foote investigates the mysterious National Australia Day Council, and busts… Continue Reading →

‘Stand Up!’: Australians REJECT the ‘New Normal’ with Marches across the Country

TOTT News Australia joins international events for freedom. Large crowds have marched across the country on Saturday to oppose the dystopian ‘new normal’ way of life in 2022, with campaigners saying freedom is far from restored. PERTH Following the decision… Continue Reading →

Australia Breaks Apart: Unvaccinated Lockdown in Northern Territory extended for Alice Springs, Remote Communities Restricted

Ethan Nash, TOTT News. Territorians in Alice Springs and surrounding regions who aren’t fully vaccinated will continue with restrictions, while remote communities enter a full lockdown of all citizens. The Northern Territory was set to put to rest their unprecedented lockdowns… Continue Reading →

Losing Our Religion. The Best of 2021.

By Paul Collits: The Freedoms Project. Photography by David Stephenson. Will Covid kill the Church?  It is a question that demands our attention. Recently, following the incumbent Pope’s latest attack upon traditionally minded Catholics – in his motu proprio, ironically… Continue Reading →

Australians Need To Decide If This Is The Kind Of Country We Want To Live In From Now On. The Best of 2021.

By Caitlin Johnstone. A lot has changed for Victorians since the lockdowns started. Our lifestyles. Our waist sizes. The kinds of things we see as normal. And a lot has changed in Victoria itself since we’ve been in lockdown as… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus has Become Endemic, Making Australia’s Policy Settings Obsolete. The Best of 2021.

By Professor Ramesh Thakur: The Spectator. A major study from the National Bureau of Economic Research in June, based on all-causes mortality data from 44 countries and all US states, concluded that earlier and longer lockdowns do not reduce deaths and if anything, lockdowns… Continue Reading →

It’s Just Not Cricket. The Best of 2021.

By Paul Collits: The Freedoms Project. Originally Published 8 January, 2021. The Sydney cricket test has begun.  Virtually without a crowd.  Those there are all wearing masks, because they are compulsory in Sydney.  Covid summer madness has hit the Premier… Continue Reading →

Australia’s National Marches — Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Cairns, Sydney!

TOTT News ‘Unite For Our Rights!’: Pro-choice Australians march and celebrate across capital cities Huge pro-choice crowds have turned out for end-of-year demonstrations and well-deserved celebrations across the country. It has been a long year for freedom campaigners, as the… Continue Reading →

The Great Covid Panic: A Book Review. A Meditation on this Imperilled Time. The Best of 2021.

By Paul Collits: The Freedoms Project. Illustrations by Eugene Delacroix. Many have lamented the apparent absence of interest from academic economists in the fate of our economies in the age of Covid totalitarianism.  A particular gap has been identified in… Continue Reading →

Australian Courts Clogged with Challenges to Thousands of COVID-19 Fines

Sophie Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. In New South Wales alone more than 7,000 people have sought reviews of Covid fines over the past several months, and most have failed, with only one in ten of the reviews lodged with Revenue… Continue Reading →

Australia Breaks Apart: Victorian Premier “Dictator Dan” Makes New Pandemic Declaration.

Ethan Nash, TOTT News. Victoria’s perpetual ‘war’ against the ‘invisible enemy’ will continue into 2022, with the Andrews government formally ‘declaring’ a pandemic for the first time under new powers. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has made his first pandemic declaration since… Continue Reading →

Cops For Covid Truth: Our Most Popular Stories for 2021.

Alexander Cooney Reveals Shocking Coercion Inside the NSW Police Force. Last year one brave police officer put his name to what many were already feeling, that the authoritarian derangement in the Covid era was going against all that they believed… Continue Reading →

Je Suis August Landmesser: The Best of 2021.

By Paul Collits: The Freedoms Project. Artwork Trees at Night by Arthur Henry “Art” Young. Since the beginning of the Covid era, Paul Collits has stood out as one of the boldest and most cogent of commentators on the moral… Continue Reading →

The Last Surviving Small Business in New South Wales: Village Fix. The Best of 2021.

John Stapleton. Originally published 16 September. Shellharbour is a small coastal town two hours south of Sydney. Only a few short years ago a lost in time surfing village, it is now surging ahead as young families flee the nightmare… Continue Reading →

International Outrage As Army Rounds Up Australia’s Indigenous

TOTT News and Others. URGENT: Army deployed to indigenous NT region, ‘positive cases removed from community’ The remote NT areas of Katherine, Binjari and Rockhole have been placed into a hard lockdown, with an operation underway that includes transferring positive… Continue Reading →

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