America has always kept us in the loop – The Australian, September 10 2005

America has always kept us in the loop The Australian | September 10, 2005 | Paul Dibb THE Government seems to think that Australia has just gained an absolutely unprecedented intelligence relationship with our US ally. It is true that the volume of real-time intelligence we have access to has greatly increased of late. But … Continue reading America has always kept us in the loop – The Australian, September 10 2005

Governments no longer work for the people

There are clear signs that the people are fed up with government wasting money on things we don’t need, giving away money to countries that couldn't care less about Australians, creating oppressive unconstitutional laws and political corruption through bankers and corporate CEO's. Over $15 billion wasted on fighting unnecessary banker wars overseas to date. Money … Continue reading Governments no longer work for the people

Fines or imprisonment for travellers if they do not comply with new police powers at airports

Fergus Hunter 12 September 2018 — 12:25pm There will be boosted security at Australian airports. Photo: Justin McManus Travellers could face fines of up to $4200 or imprisonment if they do not comply with new police powers to request identification at Australian airports, eject people from the premises and ban them from flights. Under legislation … Continue reading Fines or imprisonment for travellers if they do not comply with new police powers at airports

The right to freedom of assembly (protest)

Did you know you are protected right throughout the Commonwealth of Australia to freedom of assembly through numerous international laws? In other words you can protest for many reasons, including but not limited to political protesting. The right to peaceful assembly protects the right of individuals and groups to meet and to engage in peaceful … Continue reading The right to freedom of assembly (protest)