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Capital city of Australia

Canberra is the capital city of Australia. It is located in its own jurisdiction, the Australian Capital Territory.

 

Event

EventDescription
Australia/1975 coup d'étatA UK/US deep state-backed covert "constitutional coup" to remove Gough Whitlam whom they saw as a loose cannon.

 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartDescription
Australia/Department/Foreign Affairs and Trade1901Australian Foreign Affairs department
Australia/National COVID-19 Coordination Commission25 March 2020The Australian government COVID-19 leadership, including Jane Halton from Event 201 and Bilderberger Andrew Liveris
Australian Institute of International Affairs1920Australian think tank focusing on International relations. Formed in the 1920s as an affiliate of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Australian Secret Intelligence Service13 May 1952The Australian foreign intelligence agency, but has tentacles all over society, especially in the media.
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation16 March 1949Tied to Anglo-American intelligence
Australian Signals Directorate
Australian Strategic Policy Institute2001Its function is to give a serious academic appearance to dubious stories in the campaign against China.
Defence Signals Directorate
East Asia Forum2006Asia Pacific region analysis, mostly with predictable Western outlook.
Office of National Intelligence (Australia)20 December 2018Australian intelligence agency responsible for advising the Prime Minister and National Security Committee.
Royal Military College Duntroon1911The Australian Army's officer training establishment
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre1966Security think-tank at Australian National University
Therapeutic Goods Administration1989The medicine regulatory agency most captured by Big Pharma in the world.


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