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Convoy to Canberra One Year On: Voices From Camp Freedom

By Susan Pavan. Photography by Damos. From a bloke who has lost all contact with his baby girl as a result of travel restrictions, to a doctor who has been deregistered for speaking about early treatment options. We spoke to… Continue Reading →

Best of 2022: Anzac Day Fight Down Under

Susan Pavan: i3 Publications. Tyranny is on our front door step, according to groups fighting for freedoms lost in Australia.  It was 4.55am, dark, almost dawn, pearly droplets nestled one-by-one on a banksia leaf. The air was crisp, the street… Continue Reading →

Six Minutes From Catastrophe

Susan Pavan: i3 Publications. Six Minutes After Landing A Captain Pilot Suffers A Cardiac Arrest… Pilots & Experts World-Wide Voice Concerns Of A “Catastrophic” Aviation Accident. The Reason? Silenced. In a slight clearing of murky waters, the world is slowly… Continue Reading →

Australia and the World Health Organisation

By Susan Pavan: i3 Publications. Manipulation of the mainstream media during the Covid era has left a bad taste in many people’s mouths, but also spawned a talented and highly motivated new generation of citizen journalists who have refused to… Continue Reading →

The Giants Down Under: Australians Fighting Tyrannical Covid-19 Overreach during the final days of a Federal Election

Susan Pavan: i3 Publications. Federal Election In Australia Is Just Around The Corner And In One Last March Aussie’s Fighting The Tyrannical Covid-19 Response Are Taking No Prisoners In Their Attempt To Make Political History. With only days to go… Continue Reading →

The Ugly Truth Of Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates

Susan Pavan: i3 Publications. “You are free (in Australia) until you say no to the vaccine…” Pat, former nurse, 65, Victoria. March 2, 2022, Sydney, Australia. Rain pelted on the concrete city pavements and the wind whipped the blocked-off streets guarded… Continue Reading →

The People Find Their Voice: Australia 12 February, 2022.

By Susan Pavan. People were upset. They expected something to change. There was a tsunami of freedom. People don’t want to go back to their old lives. They want to stay. They want to start a new way, a new… Continue Reading →

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