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July 07th, 2018

Australia Issues Rolling Fines to Parents Who Won’t Vaccinate Their Children

“If the state forced a child to be vaccinated and the child had a significant medical reaction and potentially died as a result of that, that would be a huge burden that the state would have put on those parents.” – Former New Zealand Prime Minister John Key
by Emma Fiala

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA — Australia’s “No Jab, No Pay” policy just got a little stronger, or at least more insistent. Under the previous policy, parents who did not keep their children up to date on vaccinations would miss out on a one-time, end-of-the-year tax benefit called Family Tax Benefit Part A, valued at AU$737. Under the updated policy, those same parents will instead lose AU$28 every two weeks while their child is not up to date.

Australia’s Minister for Social Services, Dan Tehan, said in a statement:

    Immunization is the safest way to protect children from vaccine-preventable diseases. Parents who don’t immunize their children are putting their own kids at risk as well as the children of other people.”

The expanded No Jab, No Pay policy went into effect on July 1, 2018.

While parents will miss out on approximately the same amount of money in the end, the updated policy serves as a more “constant reminder” that the government of Australia wants all children vaccinated, according to Tehan.

more here:

In my local area fellow dog walkers have been telling me how they've been fined for letting their dog jump out of the car without a lead / leash on. One woman told me the ranger followed her demanding to check her dog's chip with the scanner, then told her the dog still had to have a name tag attached to it's collar. Council rangers must have ;ittle else to do these days given we've gone from free-roaming fence-less suburbs to this! What's left?


Published by Crrow777 on 2 Aug 2018

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General News/Discussion / No More (music) Heroes: Mark Devlin
« on: June 05, 2018, 08:29:44 PM »
Published by Mark Devlin on 4th June 2018

Here's my presentation delivered in my birth city of Oxford in May 2018, looking at aspects of Lifetime Actors, False Heroes and Role Models, and how these chosen ones are inserted into popular culture to influence the mindsets of large swathes of the public, with most remaining entirely unaware of how they've been bamboozled.

"Deep skeptic" John le Bon is in the house to talk about Bitcoin and some of the more curious aspects of it, including its relationship to this thing called Tether, crowd psychology and some more conspiratorial angles involving Saturn and the Illuminati card game.

Bitcoin chat begins around the 30min mark. Intro includes santa, dinosaurs, nukes, 911 boogeyman. Enjoy!



More fun with numbers, especially 33! Hope everyone has a great New Year! Some interesting calls on Truth Frequency Radio | Gematria Effect show this week re the economy collapsing 2020 if anyone is interested. Zach said he would look into it ...

Published by Zachary K. Hubbard on 2 Feb 2018

Merry Christmas to all X22 sign-ins & drop-ins!

The true reason Trump signed the tax law into being December 22, 2017 +The Corporate U.S.A.

Published by Zachary K Hubbard on 22 Dec 2017
Features: bitcoin


USA Today Published 6:53 a.m. ET Nov. 30, 2017 | Updated 3:56 p.m. ET Nov. 30, 2017

Sears Holdings reported a third-quarter loss Thursday as the ailing department-store chain seeks stability and faces a critical test during the holiday shopping season.

After more than 400 recently announced store closures aimed at removing its weak spots, Sears said it lost $558 million for the quarter ended Oct. 28.

Despite the red ink, investors were heartened at first, sending shares up at much as 28% before they turned lower by late afternoon..

With gift buying in full swing, Sears confronts the challenge of  trying to draw shoppers to stores as they increasingly flock online or to the retailer's nimbler physical competitors.

Like other retailers, the company is aiming to bolster its shop-online-pick-up-in-store options to generate more business. Sears is also betting on a ramped-up loyalty program, called Shop Your Way, to lure customers.


« on: November 23, 2017, 03:05:00 PM »

David Scutt
Oct 5, 2017, 11:30 AM

Australian retail sales tumbled in August, continuing a worrying downturn seen in recent months.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), nominal spending fell by 0.6% in seasonally adjusted terms, missing forecasts for an increase of 0.3%.

The decline was larger than even the most pessimistic forecast offered by an individual economist, and was the steepest monthly decline since March 2013.

Excluding food, providing a better guide to spending on discretionary items, sales fell by a smaller 0.5%, leaving the increase on a year earlier at 2%.

Sales for July, originally reported as flat by the ABS, were also revised down to show a decline of 0.2%.

As a result of the ugly August report and downward revision to July’s figure, the year-on-year pace of sales slowed to 2.13%, the slowest increase since July 2013.

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Amazon Australia has just launched. Let the scapegoating begin. Children's T-shirts at major clothing / homewares discount retailer Best & Less are as low as $2.75 - unheard of in my time, when I was parenting children.

Best & Less:

General News/Discussion / Modern Day Book Burning: Crrow777 taken down.
« on: November 21, 2017, 06:33:52 PM »

Published by Secrets of Saturn 20 November 2017


Vaccinations for Australia

There are no mandatory shots required to enter Australia.

It is always worth having a Tetanus/Diphtheria shot done if one has not been given in the past 10 years. Doing the shot now will provide 10 years of Tetanus protection and means that in the event of a cut, it will not be necessary to look for a Tetanus shot.

If a traveller is stopping off in South East Asia while going to or returning from Australia, it is a good idea to get a shot done to cover Hepatitis A/typhoid.

The risk of Rabies in Australia is virtually nil. The risk is Hepatitis B is extremely small.

Additional vaccinations for South East Asia to cover Hepatitis B and Rabies should be considered by travellers planning to:

    Undertake voluntary work in South East Asia (orphanages, hospices)
    Spend several weeks in rural or poor regions or South East Asia (e.g Laos, Cambodia, Burma).

plenty more:

Published by Secrets of Saturn on 19 Oct 2017

This is the account of how one man related to Freud, Tavistock and the House of Windsor changed the culture of America using social programming. By the way he also invented Public Relations. Set up the chess board and be prepared to be pushed around.

Hi Ben,

sorry for late reply. may be able to help you with this info. I had no idea ppl were required to have a vax to visit here :S

Published by Crrow777 on 6 Oct 2017, now on his second YT strike.


General News/Discussion / If I Made a Hurricane, Could You Prove It?
« on: September 15, 2017, 09:57:38 PM »

073 If I Made a Hurricane, Could You Prove It?

Published by Crrow777 on 14 Sept 2017

Research proves weather modification has been going on for over 100 years. Half a century back research into stopping hurricanes was under way. Laws exist from the UN to big nations stating it is unlawful to use weather as a weapon during war time. So is it legal to create bad weather if war is not declared? I think it is - probably.


Published on 17 Aug 2017 by Crrow777 - full podcast at:

Animal Farm, Brave New World & 1984 were all written for a reason in my view. They are pre-echoes of the coming times and also a blueprint of the methods being used. These books probably also serve as a warning seeking tacit permission from those who do not take action. Orwellian times are here now. What say you?


Nice one. Maybe now my father will believe me.


Published on 5 August 2017 by Adapt 2030

I recently found a Cherry Ripe at my local Coles Supermarket that was dated to expire in 2015. Have to wonder how that was even still in circulation. Both Cadbury and Nestle chocolates are down to 85c a few days a week, then up to 2 for $3 on other days. Prices on packaged goods are dropping rapidly. Not that I buy many, but items like biscuits (cookies) were 2 for $5 across many brands along the aisle when I was there yesterday (Sunday 6th August). Beef is at $13.00 per kilo. 0.542grams of offcuts for the dog cost $7.05. My dog pretty much lives on these offcuts, usually getting no less than 0.400grs daily, so it's starting to add up over the week. Red grapes from the U.S. were at $7.00 a kilo.

Australian government to track $100 notes with nano-chips as cashless society looms

9 July 2017

The Australian government plans to crack down on the ‘black economy’ by implanting $100 and $50 notes with hi-tech nano-chips so they can be surveilled.

No this isn’t a futuristic Hollywood movie, this is Australia in 2017.

With around 300 million $100 notes in circulation carrying out such a task seems almost impossible to derive any value, let alone a waste of time and tax payer money.

Especially at a time when Australia’s household debt-to-income is at an all time high.

Nevertheless Michael Andrew, the man appointed by the Federal government to lead the ‘Black Economy Taskforce’ at the end of 2016 believes tracking the currency denomination is the best solution in stopping unwanted transactions from taking place and people avoiding paying tax.

According to the The Treasury the black economy:

“…refers to people who operate entirely outside the tax and regulatory system or who are known to the authorities but do not correctly report their tax obligations.”

That sounds good and well until we read on to find out who these people targeted by the agency actually are and how they seem to think $100 note is to blame.

Mr Andrew claims that the $100 note should be tracked with nanotechnology due to:

    Australian pensioners hoarding money under their bed to escape asset tests.
    Chinese citizens taking Australian $100 notes back to China because it is apparently more trusted than the internationally superior Yuan.

This government created Black Economy Taskforce wants us to believe that Grandma is hoarding hundreds of thousands of dollars under her mattress in stacks of $100 notes.



By HowISee The World3
See it, share it, mirror it before it's removed. This is Robin's third channel. Many truther channels and even the gematria sports rigging blog of Zach Hubbarb were taken down by G monster over the weekend.

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