Australia’s Forgotten Coup

Whitlam discovered that MI6 has been intercepting and reading secret government communication. On November 10th, 1975, Whitlam received a top-secret message. Decoded by security contractor CHRISTOPHER BOYCE, it stated that the U.S. viewed Whitlam as a security threat and that Kerr planned on ousting him [possibly through assassination]. The message also outlined the CIA’s infiltration of Australia’s economy, trade unions, and politics. [See video linked below]

The very next day, Whitlam requested to meet with the Australia Parliament regarding the U.S.’ spy activity and undermining of the nation. Before he could do so, he was summoned by Kerr, who, invoking archaic vice-regal “reserve powers,” relieved Whitlam of his position as Prime Minister. This effectively ended the U.S.’ “Whitlam problem.” Kerr then instated fellow conspirator MALCOLM FRASER as the new Prime Minister of Australia.

Whitlam became Ambassador to UNESCO and served with distinction. He died on October 21st, 2014 at the age of 98.


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First Comment from Matt, an Australian

I believe Whitlam was at best a mixed bag. It was good that he led us out of Vietnam. He may have been a broader threat to the NWO, but I’d like to see Merit’s sources for this. Whitlam was also a friend of the NWO.     He was always a darling of progressives. Even in Merit’s article, it is clear to see Whitlam’s progressive (equality) and big-government policies, the ideas behind of many of which have been dealt with on this site. He supported the Lima Declaration and trade policies, that have destroyed Australia’s industrial base. He also recognized Red China over Taiwan and opened us up to interdependency with Asia. The Racial Discrimination Act was brought in, and he continued and finalized the dismantling of what were once restrictive immigration standards. Also, as I have pointed out before, “aboriginal land rights” has done a great deal to divide Australia.

I’d like to know the source of Kerr being a CIA agent. The Governor-General is a safeguard in our system, and Kerr used his latent powers to cut off a hung parliament to ask for another election – where we consequently saw the Liberal/Country Coalition gain office. Having said all that, ever since, our parliament, politicians and government, like most/all western democracies have become more and more corrupt and sold out to the NWO, to the point that our own citizens mean nothing anymore. Australia has been a sovereign federation since 1901, but of course, we had cultural, trade, and other ties to Britain, because our population and institutions largely came from Britain (the mother country).

Lastly, although Whitlam helped get the ball rolling with the change of the anthem, it was changed by plebiscite in 1977 under Fraser.

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Thunderstorms with hail the size of golf balls hit areas in and around Newcastle, Australia


Thunderstorms and hail the size of golf balls have lashed parts of the Hunter, with the severe weather not expected to ease until Friday.

The hail fell in Newcastle shortly before 4.30pm and lasted about 15 minutes.

The western reaches of the Hunter experienced hail about 4pm.

In Gresford, there were reports of hail about five centimetres in diameter, which is classified by meteorologists as “huge” hail.

Weatherzone meteorologist Craig McIntosh said the storm was “widespread” across the Hunter.

“The rainfall as it stands is low, but there are pockets of heavy showers moving through the Hunter quite quickly,” he said.

“There are quickly changing winds and lots of lightning strikes.”

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting heavy showers for the Hunter later on Thursday night.

The severe weather is not expected to linger past midnight, according to the bureau.


Mr McIntosh said a low pressure system moving across NSW was causing the unstable weather.

Hunter residents are being urged to be mindful of changing weather patterns while a severe weather warning remains in place.

The SES had about 30 call-outs for help in the Hunter by Thursday evening.

The majority were in Lake Macquarie with reports of flash flooding and hail damage.

“We’re urging people to stay safe on the roads and continue to monitor conditions,” SES spokesman Stephen Hart said.

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Bitcoin Digits Coming Under Strict Regulation In Australia: Getting Off The Ship While You Still Can

Remember to get off the sinking ship while you still can!

Australia is moving toward regulating cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum under new anti-money laundering legislation.

According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Parliament will vote on the measure this week. If it passes, it will place Bitcoin and other cryptos under the auspices of Australia’s financial regulatory agency.

If the new laws are passed, the financial intelligence regulator AUSTRAC will be given new powers to police digital currency exchanges — where traders buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. These exchanges like Independent Reserve and BTC Markets would need to be registered under the new regime. It will also become an offense for an “unregistered person” to provide digital currency exchange services.”

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The proposed Australian law is part of a global movement to regulate cryptocurrencies. Last month, China prohibited trading cryptos on domestic exchanges and outlawed initial coin offerings. Chinese officials announced their regulatory crackdown on cryptos right after emerging markets fund manager Mark Mobius warned that governments around the world will begin clamping down on digital currencies because of their use in illicit financing, terrorism, and drug trafficking. He said increased regulation in the digital money world is going to mean a rush back to gold.

On queue, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) has pushed for tighter regulation of cryptocurrencies in order to fight organized crime, terrorism, and drugs. The commission released a report on organized crime in August warning that cryptos provide an easy way for criminals to transfer funds.

Virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin, are increasingly being used by serious and organized crime groups. They are a form of currency that can be sold anonymously online, without reliance on a central bank or financial institution to facilitate transactions.”

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Australia’s proposed regulations don’t go nearly as far as China’s and appear tailored to rein in and mainstream the cryptocurrency market rather than crush it. Parliament recently passed another bill that removed double taxation from cryptocurrency transactions, a move supporters say will increase the use of Bitcoin in everyday exchanges.

Some analysts say the proposed regulations will ultimately boost Bitcoin and other cryptos in the Land Down Under. Independent Reserve’s director Lasanka Perera told ABC he thinks tighter regulation will help remove the criminal stigma from cryptocurrencies.

These new laws would be good for the industry, it will give more confidence to investors, consumers and businesses to enter the industry.”

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But many in the crypto world say the new law will crush their businesses. They cite the cost of compliance and the possibility that they will have to confirm customer identity for small transactions. Daniel Alexiuc runs an online business called Living Room of Satoshi. Through his website, customers can pay household bills using Bitcoin and 10 other cryptocurrencies.

The proposed legislation will have the effect of requiring KYC [Know Your Customer] procedures of our customers for even very small transactions like paying your phone bill or buying a banh mi (Vietnamese bread roll) for lunch.”

Alexiuc said the proposed law would kill his payment system, calling it “completely unfeasible.”

Other opponents of the regulatory scheme said the high cost of compliance would create high barriers of entry into the cryptomarket.

The arguments for cracking down on cryptocurrencies mirror those used to justify the “war on cash” – fighting crime and protecting us from “terrorists.” Just last spring, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published a creepy working paper offering governments suggestions on how to move toward a cashless society, even in the face of strong public opposition.

There are strong parallels between cash and cryptocurrency that make it seem likely governments will continue to ramp up efforts to crack down on digital currency as well.

Ultimately, it’s about control. By controlling access to your own money – whether cash or crypto – banks and governments increase their control over you. They can collect maximum taxes and fees, they can track purchases, and they can even shut down your ability to access your own money.

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Thunderstorms create over 50,000 lightning strikes in south-west Western Australia


A complex low pressure system has has brought widespread showers and thunderstorms to south-west Western Australia overnight and into this morning, with storms producing more than 50,000 lightning strikes.

So far there have been widespread falls of 5-10mm over southwestern parts of the state, with the heaviest falls occurring in the Great Southern, Southern Coastal and Southwest districts.

By 8am, Wandering, in the Great Southern region, had recorded 20mm – its highest daily October total in 12 years.

In the Southern Coastal region, Jacup received 11mm – its highest daily October fall in three years.

Elsewhere, Narrogin has recorded 28mm, Margaret River 22mm, Mumballup 18mm, Newdegate 14m, Witchcliffe 11mm and Bunbury 10mm.

Perth itself missed out on the bulk of the rain with just 0.6mm reaching the gauge in the city.

Some of the storms also brought strong winds, with a 83km/h gust sweeping through Gooseberry Hill in Perth’s eastern suburbs.

The low pressure system responsible for the wet weather is moving east, taking showers and storms with it.

Perth and other places on southern parts on the west coast can expect a dry and mostly sunny day.

Showers and storms will continue to move eastwards impacting the Central Wheat Belt, Great Southern the South Coastal and into the South East Coast.

Widespread falls of 10-20mm are expected with some areas potentially receiving up to 30mm.

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VIDEO: Multiple Residents Witness UFO Over Queensland, Australia

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Undeniably, UFO’s and ET’s have taken many minds by storm, and for good reason! This is a subject with the power to change our world as we know it in SO many ways and humanity is becoming increasingly more ready to explore this subject.

So what do UFO sightings do for this subject of conversation? They provide just that, a conversation. A chance to expand our minds and consciousness further as we imagine beyond our everyday accepted reality. As we explore the potential of what these objects and the intelligence that may control them means, we expand the way we think of ourselves and our world, effectively shifting our consciousness.

Given the mass consciousness shift we’re experiencing on this planet right now, this fits right in.

There have been a ton of new sightings over the past couple years, you can see them here, but this one is a bit older. We’re going to look at it as it’s quite fascinating.

The UFO Sighting

It was a regular night in Queensland Australia when witness and filmer Jack Purcell’s mother pointed out the lights in the sky to him.

“We were all just sitting out the front and my mum pointed to the sky and said ‘look at that colourful plane flying over’,” Purcell said.

“Then it came to a sudden stop and was just hovering there. So I ran inside and grabbed my video camera.”

Purcell stated that when when the police tried to ‘call it in’ with a police helicopter the unidentified object would turn its lights off and disappear.

“It was really strange. I was quite skeptical of these things but it just blew my mind.”

This is what Jack wrote about what he saw as he posted his video to YouTube: “Ok so I’m pretty sure I’ve captured a UFO on camera. Early last night we saw flashing lights in the sky and I ran and got my camera to record it. The cops came straight away and told everyone that they had no idea what it was and they were going to “call it in”. When I ran inside to get my phone, everyone said that they saw another huge light twice it’s size zoom across the sky and disappear. At the end of this video, I slowed the footage down and stabilized it and you can clearly see that it’s a giant triangle with flashing lights. after I finished recording, it zipped down really quickly and vanished. so weird. sorry about the shaky footage, it was filmed on my handheld camera.”


This video was of course met with skepticism and most people thought it was a drone. This was the first thing I began to research when writing this as well. Being a Phantom drone owner, I know what they look like, how they function and the color and pattern of the flash on the lights. I knew this couldn’t be stock settings as a stock drone does not look like that in the sky at all. The video I did find of aftermarket lights for Phantom’s still doesn’t come close to resembling this pattern. So to me, the drone explanation doesn’t work yet.

Jack states in response to people asking if this was a radio controlled device: “For those saying that it could be an RC craft or ‘quad-copter’, keep in mind that this thing was at least four times the size of the police helicopters that flew by. It’s also the shape of a giant triangle, as you can easily see in 720p if you pause directly on 4:15. This thing was also flying with the point of the triangle facing behind it, which is extremely odd in terms of aerodynamics. If somebody can make a remote controlled object that big, and fly it around like this, then make it vanish like it did, i would like to see the video.”

This leads to one of the challenges with deducing truth from any video like this. Often times seeing the footage second hand, i.e. not being there, doesn’t allow us to know things like size, height, what it looked like to the naked eye. Jack is stating what he saw, but ‘expert commenters’ online believe they know the truth based on what they see second hand. Typically this is where intelligent conversations around what these things might actually be ends. But I hope to change that by inspiring us to truly think critically about this versus just trying to brush things off with a cheap explanation.

We must realize that the evidence for UFO’s and ET’s goes so much further beyond YouTube and Facebook. The denial culture is truly one we must begin to look at to realize what is actually happening out there. A great place to start is the groundbreaking documentary called Unacknowledged which you can find on Netflix.

Gold Coast Police admitted they were notified about the flying object but believed it was likely a radio controlled device. A spokesman from the department added : “If it was anything larger it would have been picked up by the air control radars.”

Or would it have? That’s assuming our detection technologies would undeniably pick up the flying object.

If you are interested in exploring this subject seriously and further, here is a great place to start.

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Kim Jong Un begs Australia to tell Trump to leave North Korea alone


North Korea has sent a letter filled with Trump-bashing to the Australian Parliament, urging MPs to condemn Washington’s saber-rattling, while at the same time assuring them of its “highest consideration.”

The letter was penned by North Korea’s Foreign Affairs Committee and sent to Australia’s Indonesian embassy late September, but was received by Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop only last week.

The letter starts with the North Korean embassy extending compliments to the Australian Parliament and saying that it has dispatched similar letters to the lawmakers of other countries.

The thrust of the letter is fervent criticism of US President Donald Trump’s declared principle of putting America first “at the expense of the whole world.”

“The US brought to their knees those countries… with its nuclear stick and force, and then cooked up the illegal ‘sanctions resolution,’” the letter reads.

The committee goes on to note that North Korea “has emerged a fully-fledged nuclear power,” calling Trump’s threat to annihilate it a “big miscalculation” and urging the MPs to reject “heinous and reckless moves” that aim to “drive the world into a horrible nuclear disaster.”

Foreign Minister Bishop, who revealed the existence of the letter on Thursday, argued that this unheard-of way of communication means that Pyongyang has been driven into the corner by international sanctions.

“I think that this shows they are feeling desperate, feeling isolated, trying to demonize the US, trying to divide the international community,” Bishop said, noting that it is the first letter on record that any Australian foreign minister has received from the North Korean authorities.

Bishop praised Trump’s tough stance on North Korea, arguing that it made China review its policy towards its troubled neighbor, and more strictly enforce the sweeping economic sanctions adopted by the UN Security Council in response to North Korea’s missile and nuclear program.

Last week, North Korea warned Australia that “it will not be able to avoid a disaster” if it continues doing the bidding of the US by “imposing military, economic and diplomatic pressure” on Pyongyang. The damning message came on the heels of Bishop’s visit to a border village in South Korea on October 11, whence she called on the international community to step up pressure on North Korea.

Accusing Australia of “preparing a war on the Korean Peninsula,” Pyongyang stated that it betrays its own national interests by playing sidekick in “Trump’s selfish ‘America First’ Policy.”

Australia agreed to host 1,250 US Marines and 13 aircraft at Darwin in April, in the largest deployment of US forces in Australia since 2011.

Early October Australia announced it would fit its new warships with US-produced Aegis anti-missile defense systems to defend itself from long-range missiles in light of the growing threat from “rogue states.” The construction of the frigates is set for completion in 2020.



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Six cattle killed by lightning strike in Malanda, Australia


A dairy farmer is counting his losses after six cows were killed by suspected lightning strikes at his Far Northern property.

Malanda cattleman James Johnston was searching for his missing cattle before milking when he stumbled on the carcasses on yesterday morning.

“They just looked like a dead cow, but I didn’t cut them open. Dad said the insides would have been cooked,” he said.

“We just found them dead in the paddock and we just kept milking. There was quite a lot of lightning around.”

The four Illawarra and two Holstein cows were found within about five metres of each other.

Mr Johnston said lightning was the only explanation.

“I am not sure what else it would be,” he said.

Almost 100mm has fallen in Malanda since Wednesday morning.

Mr Johnston, manages 182ha on Hillcrest Rd, estimated the cows were worth about $1500 each and produced up to 20 litres per day.

“I don’t think it is very common on the Tablelands. There was farmer who lost 20 head 15 years ago and someone lost 13 at Ravenshoe last year,” he said.

Workers dragged the carcasses to an isolated part of the paddock.

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Rain records smashed in parts of Queensland, Australia


PARTS of Queensland have seen the heaviest ever October rainfall and things are only going to get worse.

HORRIFIC rainfall is set to continue in Queensland which has seen its wettest October on record.

It’s only the very beginning of the wet season in the Sunshine State but in some towns the rain is the worst it has been in years.

Up to 400mm of rain was dumped in parts of the state since Saturday, and it has led to flooding and even a death.

A 67-year-old man has been found dead inside his car after being swept away by floodwaters near Gympie last night.

Tom Saunders, the chief meterologist at Sky News, said the sheer amount of rainfall is unprecedented in some parts of Queensland for this time of year.

Hervey Bay and Bundaberg have recorded their wettest Octobers on record. Just under 400mm fell in Bundaberg, smashing the 1953 record of 280.8mm and, Hervey Bay, more than 374mm fell – breaching the 240.1mm record set in 1949.

“During the wet season, there’s definitely been much heavier rain in the past,” said Mr Saunders.

“But for this time of year, the very beginning of the wet season, we have broken some records.

“This is the level of rain we’d expect to see around the January or February part of the year.”

Westwood Range, just south of Gladstone, also saw some of the worst of yesterday’s rain with 369mm falling and 170mm coming down in just six hours.

Captain Creek, just inland from Seventeen Seventy, also got a drenching with 307mm falling in one day.

Maryborough has had a lashing this month with more than 350mm rain. Yesterday, more than 103mm of rain fell in the city making it the heaviest downpour in four years. Record rain also fell Gympie – which had its biggest downpour in two years.

The heaviest rain in seven months landed in Tewantin, which saw a 104mm downpour yesterday – bringing the total rainfall to more than 300mm this month.

So why has so much rain fallen, so early?

“The rain is due to a humid easterly airstream, which is warm humid air off the Coral Sea coast which is feeding moisture into a trough near the Queensland coast,” said Mr Saunders.

“Over inland Queensland there’s a cold pool of air that’s moving from the Southern Ocean. Cold air and warm air, they don’t mix well and always leads to extreme weather.

“Also this clash has a huge amount of moisture and as a result we’re seeing heavy rainfall.”

He added that the trough will edge north over coming days which will cause the heaviest rain to slowly move up the coast from today until Thursday, contracting to just the northern tropics by Friday.

“Many drought affected parts of western and northern Queensland are also seeing showers and thunderstorms this week,” he said.

“A new weather system will cause further showers and thunderstorms over inland Queensland during the weekend.”

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