Computer Hackers Show Off New Digital Car Attacks

(AustraliaMatters) The incremental big brother control grid comes in all shapes and forms. Many pay with thier own money to be apart of the grid. Why anyone would want to drive around in a late model computer, errr, car is beyond us. We’ll stick with our old FJ Holden. […]

The Biggest Oil Discovery In 50 Years?

(The Economic Collapse) In a virtually uninhabitable section of South Australia, a discovery has been made which could rock the world. Some are calling it the biggest discovery of oil in 50 years. Earlier this year, a company called Linc Energy announced that tests had revealed that there was a minimum of 3.5 billion barrels […] […]

Airport body scanner trials return high rate of errors

(The Australian) BETWEEN 20 and 40 per cent of the 23,500 scans conducted during trials of the controversial body scanner technology in Sydney and Melbourne airports gave a potential false alarm. The Office of Transport Security is combing through the results of the trials in August and last month to see whether it had procedures […] […]

Wake Me When The Australian Revolution Starts

(AustraliaMatters.com) Good thing about AM is we don’t need to update the site every two nano seconds with fresh content or rely on people buying crap from google ad banners. What am I saying? I’ve been lazy and to be quite frank, bored silly watching world goings from under the doona cover the last few […] […]

Qantas VS Gillard Tax

(AustraliaMatters) While Qantas is increasing local airfares to help cover the carbon tax rubbish, Juliar Gillard is else where ensuring the sheeple that carbon tax gougers will be faced with “$1 million” dollar fines. Pure comedy. […]

Bevan Alan Mowen fails in court bid to force a referendum into sale of Queensland Rail

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(CourieMail) A ROCKHAMPTON man has failed in a court bid to force the State Government to hold a referendum into the sale of Queensland Rail. Bevan Alan Mowen (image left) went to the Supreme Court in Rockhampton asking Justice Duncan McMeekin for an injunction which would force the Government to hold a referendum into the sale. […] Justice McMeekin said whatever the merits of the application he believed there were three fundamental problems with the application. He said the application was made against the "Queensland State Government" which was the wrong entity. Secondly, he believed he had no jurisdiction to order the State Government to hold a referendum into such a matter. Justice McMeekin said the third point was he doubted Mr Mowen had the standing to bring the action. read more
 
Classic example of why the country is screwed. The "Queen" (see Hill VS Sue) sub-servant Judge need have only gone to the "Queensland State Government" own website where they, not Mickey Mouse, openly brag they sold QR. As for the Judge's other two supposed valid reasons, "he believed" and "doubted", are not valid answers. How much do these King Solomon loving Freemasons in drag get paid by we the Australian people to sit there and thumb their upper class noses at our FACTUAL concerns? Well done Mr Mowen!

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[Queensland Rail] QR National sale a success says Treausurer Andrew Fraser

(CourieMail) THE sale of Queensland's rail business, QR National Ltd, has been a success and history will remember it as the right decision, Treasurer Andrew Fraser says. The freight haulage company made a positive debut on the Australian Securities Exchange on Monday, trading at $2.65 at 14:30 (AEDT), above the $2.55 IPO price per share for institutional investors and $2.45 price for retail investors. read more

A "success" for whom — the Queensland people or global banksters and the monopoly art of privatisation? The Queensland tax payers already paid off and owned QR, yet now they are being asked to buy shares in something they already own?

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The air traveller’s dilemma: X-ray strip search or degrading groin grope?

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(TruthNewsRadio) Remember the days when taking a commercial airline flight was an exciting, fun experience? Well those days are long gone, and the discomfort factor is set to get a whole lot worse. With the widespread introduction of naked body scanners and “enhanced patdowns” this year air travel in America has come to resemble a prisoner exchange program. read more and or hear Truth New Radio broadcast here

Meanwhile in communist (citizens still can't elect other parties) China no such invasion of personnel liberty is going on. Figure that one out. Remember, will you? All of this is going on because of the attacks on America September 11, 2001 where their aero space stood down and let it happen.

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