The select committee was established on 23 March 2022 to inquire into and report on response to major flooding across New South Wales in 2022. The select committee’s inquiry is different to the NSW Government’s independent flood inquiry.
It is important to note that while the personal stories of those directly […]
Parliament is back. It’s time for Australian politicians to put Australia first.
As a servant to the people of Queensland and Australia, this is One Nation’s address in reply to the Governor-General’s opening speech for the 47th […]
What’s happening in South Africa right now concerns us all
Last May at the Better Way Conference, lawyer and activist (or ‘lawctivist’) Sabelo Sibanda gave a clear warning to the world. He is one of many challenging the WHO’s proposed pandemic agreement which, if confirmed in 2024 at the […]
Why the Chair of the Lancet’s COVID-19 Commission Thinks The US Government Is Preventing a Real Investigation Into the Pandemic
Prof. Jeffrey Sachs says he is “pretty convinced [COVID-19] came out of US lab biotechnology” and warns that there is dangerous virus research taking place without public oversight.
Prof. Jeffrey Sachs is the Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University and the President of the UN Sustainable Development […]
An overreach in terms of what the system was designed for.
Employees at the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) have opposed the use of the Australian government’s proposed digital identity scheme to de-anonymize social media accounts. Former minister for employment, workforce, skills, […]
Dr. David Martin, a patent researcher and educator, gave perhaps the most sobering remarks at the recent Red Pill Expo at Hotel Wyndham in Indianapolis, setting out that—from the very beginning—what would become the United States and its wealth were proactively hijacked by well-positioned, highly ambitious financial interests with long-range designs. Thus, in Dr. […]