Judges Boycotting Risky Cases By Ian Wilson LL.B

This is a great concern to the rule of law, with federal judges refusing to hear cases because they may become personally liable. This fear is creating chaos in the court. The issue arose from a case where a man was wrongfully jailed by a judge on a contempt of court charge. It has held in the Federal court that the judge as personally liable.

I think this decision was wrongly decided on public interest grounds, precisely for the present situation it has created. Judges will not deliver current judgments if hey have to look over their shoulders for personal litigation.

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UN Declaration on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Still Going Ahead By Brian Simpson

I had hoped that the objections of 11 countries to the UN declaration on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response would slow it down, it formally having to be submitted to a vote by the full assembly. But no, the president of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), has ignored procedure, approved the document, and it moves ahead. The globalist mean business here and are determined to set up the health branch of the New World Order next year.


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mRNA Covid Vax in Breast Milk! By Mrs Vera West

While the health authorities still have not come clean and stated that the MRNA spike proteins do travel around the body, lodging in organs such as the breasts and ovaries, a new study, published in the journal The Lancet, has found that mRNA from the Covid vax in breast milk. The spike proteins were present  45 hours after the jab. The authors did not see any problem with this, but did add a caution: “Although we believe breastfeeding after mRNA vaccination is safe, a dialogue between a breastfeeding mother and her healthcare provider should address the benefit/risk considerations of breastfeeding in the first two days after maternal mRNA vaccination.”

But, there is an inconsistency here, as if breastfeeding after the mRNA jab is safe, then there are no real benefit/ risk considerations. Contrary to that conclusion, the safety will be as function of the existing Covid vax safety, and that, as has been documented at this blog from summaries of numerous  reports and studies, is open to debate.

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Biden on Multiracialism By Chris Knight (Florida)

Who knows what Joe Biden was thinking when he gave his reflections on the biased presentation of multiracial couples in TV ads. He said that this was because they were selling soap. Nope, selling woke.


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Rallies for No on the Voice By Paul Walker

It is a healthy sign to see so many grassroots people of all colours, shapes and sizes coming out in the No rallies that occurred across Australia. The lamestream media did not give any supportive coverage, and from what I have read on social media, they have under-estimated the number of people who did attend. But, that is expected, the media always does this to the side it is not supporting; just look at the coverage of the US 2016 elections, where the polls and media were wrong up to the last moment, because they were hoping that by misrepresenting Trump’s support, people would not want to be on the losing side. Ha, that doesn’t even work for sports teams!

But, it matters not. The momentum is beginning to be gained by the No side despite the vast money the woke corporates have flung into the campaign for Yes. I will be laughing to see them lose their millions. They richly deserve it. As well, a  No person may no longer wish to  spend their hard-earned money with these firms, if alternatives are available. That is consumer choice, right?

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Cashless Australia, Fractional Reserve Banking and the Capital Adequacy Ratio By James Reed

I am no expert on economics, but the thought just popped into my head another reason why the banks may want to eliminate cash. Fractional reserve banking operates as follows: “Fractional-reserve banking is the system of banking operating in almost all countries worldwide, under which banks that take deposits from the public are required to hold a proportion of their deposit liabilities in liquid assets as a reserve, and are at liberty to lend the remainder to borrowers. Bank reserves are held as cash in the bank or as balances in the bank's account at the central bank. The country's central bank determines the minimum amount that banks must hold in liquid assets, called the "reserve requirement" or "reserve ratio". Most commercial banks hold more than this minimum amount as excess reserves.”


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Regional Australian Bank Closures By Bob Farmer

The Senate inquiry into bank closures and cashlessness has had a public hearing at Junee, about 45 kilometres from Wagga Wagga, to get a taste of what rural Australia  thinks about the state of banking and all the agendas that are now being played out. Banks have been closing, and there was only a last-minute pause by the last remaining bank, the Commonwealth Bank. The inquiry heard from older Australians who were not fully computer illiterate, that the move to a cashless system would leave such older people vulnerable to scams and mistakes for which in the on-line world there is no forgiveness, only financial disaster. Senator Canavan said:

"There has to be a role for government oversight here … to pull in those private organisations to serve the social goods, like providing a central service," he said.

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Cashless Australian Banks on the Increase By James Reed

CommBank, NAB and ANZ making some of their branches cashless and Macquarie Bank has announced that its cash services would be phased out entirely by 2025. At a government inquiry the boss of the Commonwealth Banks said that there is a decreasing demand for cash, and that “transporting and making cash available around our vast country involves the considerable expense of logistics and security.” Customers are paying about $ 40 each per annum to keep cash in circulation.

First, I think we need some statistics other than from the banks about the decline of cash. Go into any supermarket, and yes, some people pay by card, but most pay by cash, so I doubt this. Second, if customers are paying, what is the big boss worrying about? Yes, they have come a long way from the early ideals discussed by D. J. Amos in The Story of the Commonwealth Bank:

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Gang Chaos in Germany: The Wages of Migration By Richard Miller (London)

The Pope has proclaimed tht there is no immigration crisis in Europe. He should spend some time on the streets of Hale, no, not Hell, Germany, where organised gangs, many composed of foreigners (around 40 percent), are targeting school children. Police are not doing much because of the fear of being called “racists.” Children are thus having to arm themselves, with what weapons they have, such as knives. With the failure of police, too woke to work, parents have organised a citizens’ defence group to fight back.

In the end, with the breakdown of the institutions of the West, people will be forced back to rely upon their own community resources, even for self-protection.

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Chinese Millionaires Swamp Australian Property Market; What Happens to Dispossessed Aussies? By James Reed

Australia continues to be sold off, and sold out by our political class. Australia is being swamp by Chinese millionaires who are profoundly impacting upon the property markets.

Australia’s Significant Investor Visa (SIV) program had allowed wealthy foreigners to purchase Australian citizenship by investing $5 million into qualifying assets or ventures, but the program is to be axed, due to concerns about money laundering and “dirty money” flows into Australia. It is hard to see how the present open border migration for the rich avoids any of the past problems. Where is the money coming from? Does the political class care? Answer; no.

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Tucker Carlson and Texas AG Ken Paxton on Election Fraud; Lessons for Australia By Charles Tylor (Florida)

There are lessons for Australia from Texas. Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton has been acquitted of the impeachment charges, and he appeared on a turbo-charged episode of Tucker Carlson. As a conservative, Paxton has got up the snouts of the Democrat machine, so naturally they would attempt to pay him back with an impeachment. One of the things the Democrats did not like was Paxton’s pursuit of the massive electoral fraud in the system, mainly from the mail-in voting, where it becomes impossible to knew how many are honest.

In the interview, he outlined the role played by what he calls “Vichy Republicans,” or traitor Republicans, who are junior partners in crime with the Democrat regime. They all support open borders immigration, the Ukraine war, and possibly war against Russia, and are completely on board with all that Big Pharma says and does, given the money tossed their way. And, they are opposed to Donald Trump. This alliance is seen across the West, including Australia, as far as I have ascertained from a distance, since most of the Liberal and Labor parties are pro-mass migration, regardless of the costs to the Australian people, just like our equivalents. As well, the Australian political class may be even more under the thumb of Big Pharma than even us in the US, and from the US even our lamestream media was shocked by the lockdowns in Victoria.   

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The Voice: Is it Ethical Non-Indigenous People Get to Decide on the Voice? Is it OK for One Group to have Rights Others Don’t? By James Reed

When I saw this piece at the liberal/Left The Conversation.com, I thought I could predict the response that would be made by Paul Formosa, Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy, and Co-Director of the Macquire University Ethics & Agency Research Centre, Macquarie University. So, let’s go with his response to the first question, should the Australian people decide what rights the Indigenous people get.


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The Push for Electric Cars: Another Green Disaster By Richard Miller (London)

The UK is racing ahead with electric car mania, fed by the climate change hysterics. Despite the prime minister’s reassurances, the Transport Secretary is running the show, and the zero-emission vehicle mandate, will require 22 percent of cars sold by manufacturers to be electric from 2024, and by 2030, the quota will gradually rise to 80 percent. Carmakers who cannot reach the annual targets must either, purchase credits from rivals, sell more electric vehicles in future years or pay a fine of £15,000 per car.

All this is proceeding without a clear plan as to how these electric cars are going to be recharged each day, given that the grid is already under stress. Probably that is the plan, not to save the British society, but to sink it, so the New World Order can rebuild things, their way. And the UK is very much the globalist test case on transport, and be sure these policies will be dumped upon Australia.

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Booing Welcome to Country, Goes a Bit Too Far! By James Reed

I like Sam Newman, former Geelong AFL star, a great footballer in his time. Newman has always been controversial, which goes with his media persona. The latest is that he suggested booing Welcome to Country ceremonies. Now I hate these cultural versions of the Great Replacement as much as the next dissent Righter, but the booing is going to be inflammatory, and is likely to set the other side off, and who knows where it could lead? As always, the best approach is a polite refusal to cooperate in the woke ritual. We, the dispossessed majority, now minority need to be like Mahatma Gandhi.


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The Pope: No European Migration Crisis By Peter West

As expected, the woke Pope has proclaimed that there is no European migration crisis. In fact, the Pope wants open borders migration for Europe, urging political leaders to open their ports to migrants. "May we let ourselves be moved by the stories of so many of our unfortunate brothers and sisters who have the right both to emigrate and not to emigrate, and not become closed in indifference," Francis said. "In the face of the terrible scourge of the exploitation of human beings, the solution is not to reject but to ensure, according to the possibilities of each, an ample number of legal and regular entrances."

The Pope has never interacted with the victims of migrant crime, and operates in a world view where the West has infinite resources to go around, and must be shared. But, as always, my challenge to him is to start this communist process with the Vatican billions, accumulated over the centuries, and once all that is gone, and he is living on the street, maybe we will listen to him:

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Monkey Deaths via Musk’s Neuralink; Humans Next? By Brian Simpson

I did not see this reported in the lamestream Australian media, but it is worth thinking about. Elon musk, despite lip service being made to the dangers of runaway artificial intelligence and the emerging technocratic dystopia, is part of the process. His Neuralink, aims to put chips inside the human brain, for interfacing, and to eventually result in a transhuman. But, as has been reported by the IT mag, Wired.com, Neuralink has some explaining to do with its primate studies, where primates had their brain chips. As many as a dozen of Neuralink’s primate subjects had to be euthanized. Musk claims that the primates were close to death, but the sources dispute this. It seems the primates did die, or were injured from the brain implants. Yet, it is full speed ahead on this research aiming for human trials soon:


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I Expect You to be Woke, Ms Bond! By James Reed

We started to see woke come into the James Bond movies with Daniel Craig, but the latest Bond books are a whole new deal. A white Bond has been replaced by a Black, gay disabled 004. I mean, this is the world of secret agents and it makes no more sense to have a disabled field agent, that a disabled SAS operative. I Googled it but could find no such reference. Oh, and a Pakistani Muslim 009; well that could be useful in that part of the world, but surely such an agent would stand out anywhere else, maybe attract attention? But rationality has gone, and the Bond books are now to be woke all the way down the line.

Maybe so, but, go woke, go broke. I don’t know any Bond fans who will be reading this nonsense; certainly not Jeff Costello:

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Just What are They Putting in the Stuff? By Brian Simpson

I receive numerous emails from all the leading Covid vax critics, and usually address the most important ones in articles at the blog. I get one from a medical scientist who does research on the contents of the mRNA vaxxes, and is convinced that nano-particles and structures are in the vaxxes. I have not reported on this, because I have not found any scientist to verify it, which is not surprising given my personal limits, and the way scientists are either completely sold out, or keeping their heads down,

Nevertheless, American scientists Kevin McKernan and Phillip Buckhaults, found high levels of DNA contamination in the mRNA shots:

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Has Bill Gates Abandoned the Climate Change Doomsday Narrative? By James Reed

This is worth reporting on, since we have hammered Bill Gates at the Alor.org blog, on almost everything. A Zerohedge.com article claims that Gates is backstepping from the climate change doomsday position he has championed for a number of years, including in his book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster (2021). In a recent talk he said "No temperate country is going to become uninhabitable." As well, Gates indicates a change of strategy: "If you try to do climate brute force, you will get people who say, 'I like climate but I don't want to bear that cost and reduce my standard of living." 

Does this show that the writing is on the wall for these climate elites, and Gates is jumping ship? That would be nice, but it seems that he is reworking his strategy, from the former, full-on attack, to something subtler. What he has said is still consistent with his other objective, never denied, of geoengineering the climate, and perhaps he and the climate elites will move down that way rather than the more brutal political path of banning meat etc. We will see. And, just because Gates said it at a meeting does not commit him to it. Many things are said; fewer things are true.

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US Air Force General Says War with China by 2025 By James Reed

US four-star general, Mike Minihan, early in 2023 sent a memo to his officers earlier in the year predicting that the US would be at war with communist China by 2025. At the time this prediction was derided in the press, mainly the Leftist press, which is most of it. The memo read in part: “My gut tells me we will fight in 2025. [Chinese President Xi Jinping] secured his third term and set his war council in October 2022. Taiwan’s presidential elections are in 2024 and will offer Xi a reason. United States’ presidential elections are in 2024 and will offer Xi a distracted America. Xi’s team, reason, and opportunity are all aligned for 2025,” But, General Minihan still held to his prediction, and is urging the US and its allies to get ready. War is coming, and it will turn most people’s worlds upside down.

Thus, with warnings from the communist enemy, we should start to prepare. With so many things, made in China, including medicines, even machine parts, it would be wise to start preparing now, or at least, think it through under the Minihan scenario.

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