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A National Emergency: sanctioned by Trump

Donald Trump is stretching his executive powers to add foreign individuals and entities to US sanctions lists at a rate never before seen. And it’s increasingly been done without congressional oversight, judicial review or any requirement to produce evidence...

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Uncle Sam grabs CCP playbook

Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs caught up in US State Department’s ham-fisted Chinese propaganda play INVESTIGATION with Michael West Media   3 August 2020 | Marcus Reubenstein The US State Department is quietly funding a...

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The Undoing Of Illusions: Notes From The Edge Of The Narrative Matrix

Governments have obscenely well-funded intelligence agencies that are literally dedicated to orchestrating secret conspiracies around the world, but if you say they might be conspiring in some part of the world people call you a mentally ill conspiracy theorist. ~ The fact that the Phoenix Program existed is by itself

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Annus not entirely horribilis

Donate Eureka Street is completely free of charge – however it costs a significant amount of money to provide our unique content. Eureka Street relies almost entirely on dontions from our readers and organisations that support our endeavours. The balance of our revenue is from advertisers. If you are

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Autistic representation and Love on the Spectrum

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Harassment doesn't stop for a pandemic

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CLIMBING THE COVID MOUNTAIN

TEN ECONOMIC STEPS THAT FORM A PATHWAY TO THE TOP THEKOUK and EVERALDATLARGE OUTLINE A WAY FOR THE PEOPLE OF AUSTRALIA TO CREATE AND MAINTAIN SUSTAINED PROSPERITY Covid19 has opened a door for Australians to positively accept significant changes that … Continue...

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A BUSH HOLIDAY IS MOST EFFECTIVE VACCINE FOR COVID19

Helen and I decided to go bush last week for a change of scenery and an escape, mentally and physically, from COVID19. We achieved this by signing up as travellers with NATURE BOUND AUSTRALIA, a unique bush touring operation that … Continue reading →

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THE VISION OF THE INLAND RAILWAY IS NOW A TRAGEDY.

EVERALD COMPTON RELATES HIS LONG AND PAINFUL JOURNEY Soon after John Howard became Prime Minister of Australia in 1996, I met him at Parliament in Canberra to outline my plan to build an Inland Railway. He agreed that it was … Continue reading →

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What now for the NBN? Answers to questions from iTWire.

I have been asked by iTWire to provide my thoughts on where the NBN should go from here as the rollout of the network is announced as completed. The article appeared on 20 July 2020 and can be read here. My full answers to the questions submitted are as follows

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NBN declares rollout finished but what about those left behind?

While NBN Co may have declared  “Mission Accomplished” on the rollout of the NBN, where does that leave up to 250,000 premises who cannot receive the minimum download speed of 25 Mbps. 1 NBN Co’s riding instructions from government, the so-called Statement of Expectations, makes it very clear that

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High time for Government to upgrade its expectations of NBN Co

The Minister for Communications, Mr Paul Fletcher, has made it clear that the government will not provide any further equity or debt funding to NBN Co now that the rollout of the network is largely complete – see AFR ($$$). A total of $49 billion has been provided by the

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The world was kind

The world was kind | To achieve racial justice, we must self-determine meaningfully Kooriculum™ Indigenous Science Program Justice for Tane

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Kangaroo Court of Australia

What now for the NBN? Answers to questions from iTWire.

I have been asked by iTWire to provide my thoughts on where the NBN should go from here as the rollout of the network is announced as completed.The article appeared on 20 July 2020 and can be read here.My full answers to the questions submitted are as follows :I would

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NBN declares rollout finished but what about those left behind?

While NBN Co may have declared  “Mission Accomplished” on the rollout of the NBN, where does that leave up to 250,000 premises who cannot receive the minimum download speed of 25 Mbps. 1NBN Co’s riding instructions from government, the so-called Statement of Expectations, makes it very clear that all Australian

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High time for Government to upgrade its expectations of NBN Co

The Minister for Communications, Mr Paul Fletcher, has made it clear that the government will not provide any further equity or debt funding to NBN Co now that the rollout of the network is largely complete – see AFR ($$$). A total of $49 billion has been provided by the

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Data-Driven you say? Well, allow the data to drive!

Melbourne’s stage four restrictions have now been in force for a week. Stricter limits on movement. Limits on outdoor exercise and shopping for groceries, including 8 pm curfews have been introduced as the new norm. Such stringent measures are being enforced in efforts to ‘eliminate’ the virus from community transmission

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Jordan moves to resolve West Bank sovereignty problem it created

Jordan’s Prime Minister Omar Razzaz has made a welcome intervention to resolve the issue of sovereignty in Judea and Samaria (aka West Bank). Razzaz’s offer comes as Israel readies to restore Jewish sovereignty in 30% of Judea and Samaria after an absence of 3000 years – as promulgated by the

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Hiroshima reconsidered

My mother was neither scientific nor political, not a hoarder either, but this newspaper lay in her drawer until she died in 2016. Evidently the news of the nuclear bombs left a deep impression. She was not alone. The news dramatically changed society’s perception of the world of science. Should

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