2015 vs 1984: Council Drones In Your Backyard

(AustraliaMatters) A non-third tier of government, also known as “local council”, is playing Big Brother again and setting a precedent for law enforcement to follow. The Gold Coast Murdoch rag called the GCB reported that swimming pool safety fence contractors (business’s with ABN’s, and not sworn police officers) are taking to our skies with their drones […] […]

Pre-Crime: Fact or Fiction

(AustraliaMatters) Life imitate art, or does art imitate life? […]

Samsung Admits Private Conversations Being Sent to Internet Server

(Infowars) Infowars first reported on the issue three months ago in November, but the story went viral over the weekend after being picked up by numerous technology websites. The controversy stems from Samsung’s global privacy policy, which advises users to, “Please be aware that if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information […] […]

Adiós Meta Nanny

(AustraliaMatters) The so called government collecting “metadata” on all Australian citizens, guilty or not, is in the news again today. Metadata is customer history left behind on our ISP’s logs. Essentially the government wants our NGO ISP’s to act as govermnet spies. There are legal ways to blind our ISP’s so that the only information […] […]

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. […]

Cancer row over GM foods as study says it did THIS to rats… and can cause organ damage and early death in humans

(DailyMail) Rats fed a lifelong diet of one of the bestselling strains of genetically modified corn suffered tumours and multiple organ damage, according to a controversial French study published today. Scientists said the results raised serious questions about the safety of GM foods and the assurances offered by biotech companies and governments. The first lifetime trials involving […] […]

Authorities gain power to collect Australians’ internet records

(SMH) Laws passed today will allow authorities to collect and keep Australians’ internet records, including their web-browsing history, social media activity and emails. Attorney-General Nicola Roxon said the laws would help police track cyber-criminals around the globe…[…] But Greens communications spokesman Scott Ludlam said the laws went further […] ”The European treaty doesn’t require ongoing collection and […] […]

Ludlam: Senate Blames “corrupted nerds” for Australian Surveillance State

(Sen Scott Ludlam) BREAKING: “corrupted nerds” cited as the reason for sweeping expansion of surveillance powers. Tweeted live from the Senate. Editors note: Johnny Howard’s mate G.W Bush said in 2001 that America was attacked because the terrorists “hate our freedoms”. The only ones taking freedoms away today are the Gillard and Obama so called governments. […]

Video: Sen Scott Ludlam Calls For “Trapwire” Answers on 7 Sunrise

https://twitter.com/SenatorLudlam https://twitter.com/trapwire https://twitter.com/aussiematters […]

Ultimate Battle Against Smart Meters

(2WAYFM) Di Bell tells why she and many others are fighting against smart meters in Australia and around the world. A smart meter is usually an electrical meter that records consumption of electric energy in intervals of an hour or less and communicates that information at least daily back to the utility for monitoring and billing […] […]

Ludlam’s TrapWire questions go unanswered

(ZDNET) The Australian Senate has voted against answering questions about the video-surveillance system known as TrapWire. Greens Senator Scott Ludlam asked the Senate today to question the government on whether TrapWire is being used locally. His motion was denied, however, without calling for a division of the assembly. Following the vote, Ludlam addressed the Senate, expressing his […] […]

Ludlam to Gillard: TrapWire spying on Australians?

(AustraliaMatters) Today, Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam will ask the Senate to force the Australian Government to come clean on what it knows about the controversial video-surveillance system TrapWire and its use locally. The senator has filed a notice of motion, which will, if passed, require the government to acknowledge the system’s existence, and answer three […] […]

Revealed: TrapWire spy cams’ ticket to Australia

(SMH) ) (google cache) A shadowy private security company with deep links to the CIA – and a parent company awarded hundreds of millions of dollars in Australian government transport contracts – is operating a pervasive global surveillance and facial recognition network on behalf of law enforcement. Over the past few days the internet has been […] […]

Human Eggs Grown in the Lab Could Produce Unlimited Supply of Humans

(APS) The first human eggs grown from human stem cells could be fertilised with human sperm cells later this year, potentially revolutionising fertility treatment for women. This could be one more step on the path toward reproduction sans human interaction – in this case, a potential parent wouldn’t even need to donate her eggs. But […] […]

The “G-d Gene” Cure?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nADFJlAggnY (AustraliaMatters) Have a listen to this effeminate nerd with generic eye problems proposing the US Pentagon use a “virus” to cure “religious fundamentalists” of their “G-d gene”. Remember the 1948 religious fundamentalist group called the Irgun? They shot their way into Palestine because of the “G-d gene”. The effeminate nerd calls this virus the “funvac”. I though […] […]