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Australia Breaks Apart: Spectator Australia

When a Nuremberg style trial or a Royal Commission is finally instituted to bring the perpetrators to account and find out what happened to the freedom loving Australia of old, how it was so easily destroyed, how and why an… Continue Reading →

“Quiet Australians” Are Realising Morrison Doesn’t Care About Them

By Paul Gregoire: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Australia is now in an election year, and the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison must face a dispirited, disillusioned and disengaged electorate sometime before June, most likely in May. The nation’s already absurd… Continue Reading →

Open Letter to the Israeli Ministry of Health: It’s Time to Admit Failure

By Professor Ehud Qimron:  Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Professor Ehud Qimron, head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Tel Aviv University and one of the leading Israeli immunologists, has written an open letter sharply criticizing the… Continue Reading →

Australia Breaks Apart. Slip, sliding away: is Western Australia uncoupling from the rest of Oz?

By Mark Sawyer: Michael West Media. Is a third of the Australian continent planning to stay cut off from the other two-thirds forever? Mark Sawyer ponders an unlikely but not impossible future of the great big state of Western Australia. Will January… Continue Reading →

Of Trees, Solitude, Love, Loss, and the Stubborn Symphony of Aliveness: The Best of Brain Pickings / The Marginalian 2021

Maria Popova: From the Stoics to the snails, by way of music, matter, and the mind. A Sense of Place Magazine is an unabashed fan of Maria Popova’s celebrated blog Brain Pickings, now renamed as The Marginalian, easily one of… Continue Reading →

Electric Shock Treatment in Australia

From the Citizens Commission on Human Rights Victoria. THE VICTORIAN MENTAL HEALTH ACT IS UNDER REVIEW Under Victoria’s Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, someone committing an act of cruelty on any animal that wounds, mutilates, abuses, worries, torments, or terrifies… 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 →

Dinosaur food and Hiroshima Bomb Survivors: Maidenhair Trees are Living Fossils

Gregory Moore, The University of Melbourne. Most of us are captivated by the thought of a “living fossil”, which is any organism that appeared millions of years ago in the fossil record and survives today, relatively unchanged. The maidenhair tree,… Continue Reading →

The Djokovic Saga: Another Example of Australian Authoritarianism at Work

Sonia Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll be well aware that Novak Djokovic lost his fight to stay in Australia and compete in the Australian Open, and has now left the country. Initial… 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 →

Australian art has lost two of its greats. Vale Ann Newmarch and Hossein Valamanesh

Catherine Speck, The University of Melbourne. In the past ten days Australia has lost two important artworld figures. Both were senior artists working in Adelaide but with a reach extending far beyond the city or the nation. Celebrated feminist artist,… Continue Reading →

Battleground Melbourne: The Fall of the World’s Most Liveable City: The Stunning New Documentary.

By Filmmaker Topher Field. Battleground Melbourne tells the story of the Fall of the World’s Most Liveable City, through the eyes of those who risked everything to save it. We’ve been called every name you can imagine, the media, politicians,… Continue Reading →

The Tonga Volcanic Eruption has revealed the Vulnerabilities in our Global Telecommunication System

Dale Dominey-Howes, University of Sydney. In the wake of a violent volcanic eruption in Tonga, much of the communication with residents on the islands remains at a standstill. In our modern, highly-connected world, more than 95% of global data transfer… Continue Reading →

The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health: The Best of 2021.

By Robert F. Kennedy. Extracts. In July 2021, one year and four months into the misery of the global lock down, the Federal Aviation Administration had to divert air traffic over a section of the country stretching from the west… Continue Reading →

“Biggest cyber breach in history” as techs scramble to be heard above Omicron din

By John Stapleton: Michael West Media. Australian governments and businesses have been warned they face their greatest hacking threat yet, Apache Log4j. John Stapleton reports on Australian Cyber Security Centre warnings of possible widespread systems failure. There has always been a dystopian theory that… Continue Reading →

A short history of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy – an indelible reminder of unceded sovereignty

Bronwyn Carlson, Macquarie University and Lynda-June Coe, Macquarie University. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people. Often people think about the Aboriginal Tent Embassy as something historic, dating back to… Continue Reading →

Australia’s Surveillance State: How DNA will be incorporated: The Podcast.

By Ethan Nash. TOTT News. Authorities are beginning to merge unregulated forensic DNA identification techniques with criminal investigations, raising ethical and moral concerns about targeting of selected groups. The Australian Federal Police recently announced plans to use forensic “DNA phenotyping” to reveal… 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 →

Blackout Aftermath: Melbourne Campaigners Infiltrated, Hunted and Censored. The Best of 2021.

TOTT News Melbourne emerged from an unprecedented blackout across the city to find the movement had been seriously damaged by counter-intelligence operations. We take a look inside Day 5 and Day 6 of Melbourne’s attempted freedom protests – events that… Continue Reading →

The Dirty Country: Crikey’s Blockbuster Series on Corruption in Australia. The Best of 2021.

Leading independent Australian news site Crikey has just concluded a major series on corruption in Australia. The series comes at a time when every journalist in the country is baying for Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s blood, and the country is… Continue Reading →

Earth To Josh: Australian Treasurer Frydenberg’s ‘World-leading Economy’ Claim Is False. The Best of 2021.

By Alan Austin: Michael West Media. On key economic variables Australia lags behind 20 comparable advanced economies yet Treasurer Josh Frydenberg repeatedly asserts that Australia outperformed all major advanced economies in 2020. It’s well past time the mainstream media called… Continue Reading →

An “Open Letter” to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison from the World’s Most Powerful Media Mogul Rupert Murdoch. The Best of 2021.

One of Australia’s most experienced journalists, the widely respected Steve Waterson, has penned a series of excoriating articles on Australia’s mismanagement of the Covid scare. The articles, with prominent headlines such as “Paying for an epidemic of stupidity”, have appeared… Continue Reading →

Australians To Scan Faces For Government Services. The Best of 2021.

By TOTT News Australians will soon use facial recognition technology to file bankruptcy applications, enrol to vote, apply/receive welfare payments and even register votes, in a new overhaul. A new $800 million digital technology package dubbed the ‘Digital Business Plan’ has been… Continue Reading →

The Left and Right Should Unite to Fight Lockdowns. The Best of 2021.

By Professor Ramesh Thakur Unable to prosecute their case on data and logic, zero-Covid zealots have descended to discredit-by-labelling. One Australian columnist berated ‘commentators who often have more opinions than brains’. No, he wasn’t looking into a mirror but referring… Continue Reading →

No Plan PM: How the Australian Government’s Lack of an Aged Care Plan Cost Lives. The Best of 2021.

By Dr Sarah Russell: Michael West Media. Australia’s aged care sector is a national disgrace. A 21 billion dollar taxpayer funded industry is so user unfriendly, so byzantine in its bureaucracy, that few elderly citizens could ever negotiate it. The… Continue Reading →

Why Are Australian Governments Constructing the Surveillance State? The Best of 2021.

By Paul Gregoire with Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Originally Published 4 January, 2021. Peter Dutton saw his ASIO Bill passed on the last parliamentary sitting day for 2020. The home affairs minister most likely had a rare smile upon his face whilst… Continue Reading →

Hidden Hand: Exposing How the Chinese Communist Party is Reshaping the World. The Best of 2021.

Preface by Clive Hamilton and Mareike Ohlberg. Originally Published 13 January, 2021. The comforting belief that democratic freedoms have history on their side and will eventually prevail everywhere has always been tinged with wishful thinking. World events of the past… 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 →

In A Year of Utter Madness One Thing Is Certain: New South Wales Health Minister Brad Hazzard Has To Go

With TOTT News and A Sense of Place Magazine. Millions of citizens of Australia’s most populous state have had their lives and businesses destroyed or profoundly disrupted throughout the madness, the sheer unadulterated insanity, of 2021. Front and centre of… Continue Reading →

Doctors Warn Assange’s Health Can’t Take Anymore State Sanctioned Torture

By Paul Gregoire: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. The US and the UK governments have been slowly torturing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for the last decade via a range of measures, including the deprivation of liberty, prolonged isolation, medical neglect and… Continue Reading →

One Millipede, 1,306 legs: We just Discovered the world’s leggiest animal Hiding in Western Australia

Bruno Alves Buzatto, The University of Western Australia. Millipedes were the first land animals, and today we know of more than 13,000 species. There are likely thousands more species of the many-legged invertebrates awaiting discovery and formal scientific description. The… Continue Reading →

Yet Another Supreme Court Challenge Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Has Failed

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog Days following the lifting of the Sydney lockdown, the NSW Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case commonly known as Kassam versus Hazzard, which saw plaintiffs challenge aspects of… Continue Reading →

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