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The Tipping Point: Another Extraordinary Day in the Australian Capital. The People Rise Up.

From Multiple Sources. Another day of tumult, as the world turns on its axis. Australia, as we all now realise, will never be the same again. The country of old has been wantonly destroyed. Now comes the backlash. DAVID ONEEG’S… Continue Reading →

Australian Protests Ground Zero: Melbourne and the Rise of Citizen Journalists

The abject failure of the mainstream media to do anything but parrot the destructive alarmism and propaganda of government over the past twenty months means that much of the population has turned off mainstream media. The failures of legacy media… Continue Reading →

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