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New Australian law sees journalists facing 10yrs in prison

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Australia’s lower house of parliament has passed the first in a series of counter-terrorism amendments toughening the country’s national security law. The new legislation could see journalists jailed for reporting on related matters. National Security Amendments Bill (No. 1), passed by Australia’s House of Representatives on Wednesday, says a person …

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Australia passes draconian laws, false flag likely

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Editor’s note: the level of fear mongering going on in Australia at the moment is at levels never before seen. Police are out everywhere in numbers, the media is non stop pushing the ISIS threat into the public’s faces. Australia has been placed on what we would call ‘high false …

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Australian false flag exposed or pure stupidity?

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Editor’s note: with the Australian media moving into high gear with its propaganda threat of Russia, China, ISIS, bikie gangs, sharks and any other boogeyman they can create to keep the people in fear, coupled with the ASIO and AFP chiefs coming out today saying that the terrorist threat levels need …

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Australia to open embassy in Kiev and provide military assistance

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Australia will open an embassy in Kiev and is considering providing military assistance to Ukraine as it battles Russian-backed rebels, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has told Parliament. Mr Abbott said the “interim” embassy would support nine Australian Federal Police investigators who are in Ukraine investigating the Malaysia Airlines MH17 tragedy. …

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Australian unemployment rate hits 12-year high

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Unemployment has jumped to the highest level in more than 12 years, following a surprise fall in jobs growth. The jobless rate rose to a seasonally adjusted 6.4 per cent from 6 per cent in June, its highest point since August 2002. The economy lost 300 jobs in July: While …

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Australian journalist forced to resign following criticism of Israel

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Former Sydney Morning Herald columnist Mike Carlton says he resigned from the paper because he was “sick of being stuffed around” over his angry response to critics of one of his articles. Carlton’s column, which was published more than a week ago, was critical of Israel‘s actions in the conflict …

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Australia to create internet tax to fund spying on citizens

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The Australian government is pushing to implement a ”surveillance tax” on the people of the country in order to pay for a mandate that would see communications companies retaining data on customers for two years. In a disturbing development that should serve as a warning to Americans, the Australian Attorney-General …

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Assange will run for Australian Senate in 2013

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange plans to run for a seat in the Australian Senate in 2013, it has been confirmed on Wednesday. It is not yet clear how he will escape from London’s Ecuadorean embassy. WikiLeaks representative Kristinn Hrafnsson confirmed to RT that Julian Assange will run for a seat …

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China warns Australia to choose “Godfather” – China or U.S.

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It is rare in diplomatic circles for governments to speak bluntly, particularly in the Orient, where manners are highly prized. The exceptions to this rule are retired military officers, who are often able to voice sentiments too impolitic for other channels. One of the more startling pronouncements in this vein …

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Australians forced to answer questions about sex life or go to jail

Australian Bureau of Statistics

A survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has gone from a voluntary survey regarding economical issues such as employment, to mandatory personal questions regarding one’s sex life. Australian citizens have been complaining about government surveyors knocking on their doors and asking very intrusive personal questions. One resident …

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The 2017 ASX Australian investor study top 10 findings

Top 10 2017 ASX Australian investor study

The 2017 ASX Australian investor study results were recently released, here are the top 10 findings from the report: 1 – 60% of Australian adults or 11.2 million people hold investments outside of their institutional superannuation fund. 2 – 37% of Australian adults or 6.9 million people hold investments that are available …

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Murdoch behind mandatory vaccination push in Australia

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott recently announced that “the choice made by families not to immunise their children is not supported by public policy or medical research nor should such action be supported by taxpayers in the form of childcare payments.” The prime minister’s decision to strip welfare payments from parents …

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Australia scraps carbon tax

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Tony Abbott has hailed the repeal of the “useless, destructive” carbon tax, pledging to reduce greenhouse emissions without the “international oddity” of a broadbased carbon price. The Prime Minister, while claiming victory after a five-year campaign against carbon pricing, also launched a new campaign against the Labor Party’s promise to …

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Australian bank class action ‘could be worth billions’

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Promoters of a class action for “victims” of Commonwealth Bank’s $2.1 billion takeover of Bankwest in 2008 say it could be the largest litigation of its type, worth billions of dollars. Anti-bank advocate Geoff Shannon, who founded the Unhappy Banking website, said yesterday he had secured the backing of an …

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Australia’s big-banks bonanza

AUSTRALIA’s big banks have been ranked the most profitable in the developed world for the second year running by the influential Bank for International Settlements. Despite slower credit growth threatening to crimp local lenders’ profits, the big four enjoy wider interest margins and lower costs than most of their overseas …

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Australians wake up in droves to the dangers of vaccinations

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Australian parents are now waking-up in droves to the risks and dangers of having their children vaccinated. It has been reported that more than 30,000 parents in Australia have registered a ‘conscientious objection’ to having their children vaccinated, up from 4271 ‘conscientious objections’ in 1999. For parents in Australia wanting to …

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