Bureaucracy

WHO Secret Meetings.

The International Health Regulations Review Committee (IHRRC) of the World Health Organization (WHO) is planning to meet in secret from Monday, January 9, 2023 to Friday January 13, 2023. The IHRRC will be working to finalize what is now a 46 page document that includes proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR). The proposed …

WHO Secret Meetings. Read More »

The criminality of Australia expelling UN Human Rights inspectors.

(illustration: Victoria Police abusing disabled pensioner in hidden video) Fact: Australian governments, federal and state are human rights abusers. The only problem is that one has to prove this. In the example of the Police State of Victoria, pretty much every police officer coming through the academy nowadays is aware of the abuse of 21 …

The criminality of Australia expelling UN Human Rights inspectors. Read More »

Report into COVID-19 response asserts ‘mistakes were made’

Disadvantaged and vulnerable people “bore the brunt” of Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic response, according to a report. The privately funded review has condemned Australia’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, arguing that government health measures and policies lacked transparency and further entrenched existing inequalities. “Governments and public servants were making decisions in a fog of uncertainty,” the review …

Report into COVID-19 response asserts ‘mistakes were made’ Read More »

Stress – The Real Pandemic

The higher our emotions, the more stressed, anxious, and confused we generally are. We are also more susceptible to suggestion and solutions that provide temporarily relief to our stress. Chronic stress, like alcoholism impairs our thinking, it reduces our sleep, ability to focus or objectively analyse and evaluate an issue to form rational judgement, whilst …

Stress – The Real Pandemic Read More »

EXCLUSIVE: New car key battery laws mean replacing old sets ‘might not be possible’, will cost industry

The Australian Government is bringing in new laws on button batteries from next week, but what does it mean for you?   Snapshot Legislation comes in on June 22 Car key batteries must now meet stringent standards Move designed to protect children from harm A new law could see car prices rise due to the …

EXCLUSIVE: New car key battery laws mean replacing old sets ‘might not be possible’, will cost industry Read More »

Daniel Andrews forced to explain agency monitoring Victorians

Premier’s office forced to explain purpose of Insights Victoria. Daniel Andrews’ office will be forced to release details on the purpose of a Big Brother-style data agency set up to monitor the activities of everyday Victorians. The office of Premier Daniel Andrews will be forced to release documents detailing the purpose of the contentious Insights …

Daniel Andrews forced to explain agency monitoring Victorians Read More »

Victoria the secretive police state

The governments within the self-governing colony called Australia are all secretive police states in their own unique right. In this instance Victoria is in the spotlight, where there is no government transparency even though the government spruiks that there is. Official meetings are held in secret is bad enough where constituents/tax payers, i.e stakeholders are …

Victoria the secretive police state Read More »

Scroll to Top