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NSW Police Commissioner Admits Increased Enforcement is not Based on Health Orders

By Ethan Nash: TOTTNews. The head of NSW Police has admitted escalated enforcement operations are not directed by any public health order, but rather their own agenda to achieve greater compliance. Mick Fuller recently told NSW Parliament that the force… Continue Reading →

Australia has a 98.4% survival rate for COVID

By Ethan Nash: TOTT News It is time the Australian establishment stops obsessing over significantly low positive COVID tests results and ‘attributed virus deaths’, given the overwhelming survival rates. An examination of mortality and case statistics reveals that Australia has… Continue Reading →

Churn of the Ocean of Milk: The Rise of Techno-Fascism

The Best of 2020: Ethan Nash from TOTT News Mid-20th century fascism was woefully limited in its capacities and reach. The new technocratic-fascism, however, arrives at the new golden dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, ready to extract the population… Continue Reading →

Covert-19? Suspicion Abounds

With Ethan Nash of TOTT News Two months ago questioning the wisdom of government lockdowns in response to Covid-19 could easily get you banned from Facebook or Twitter. Google executives clearly stated they would be removing what they regarded as… Continue Reading →

Drones and the Police State Pandemic

By Ethan Nash with TOTT News It’s all Going Straight to a Totalitarian Hell As COVID-19 restrictions tighten across the world, governments are harnessing the potential of drones. From delivering medical supplies, to helping keep people indoors — drones can do a… Continue Reading →

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