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Group.png Australia   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Australia with AAT (orthographic projection).svg
Flag of Australia (converted).svg
LocationOceania
LeaderPrime Minister of Australia
Typenation state
Subgroups• High Court of Australia
• Australian Signals Directorate
Interest ofThe Juice Media
Member ofG-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, International Energy Agency, OECD, UKUSA
SubpageAustralia/1975 coup d'état
Australia/Ambassador to Belgium
Australia/Ambassador to China
Australia/Ambassador to France
Australia/Ambassador to the Netherlands
Australia/Deep state
Australia/Deputy Prime Minister
Australia/Governor-General
Australia/High Court
Australia/Leader of the Opposition
Australia/National Security Adviser
Australia/Police
Australia/Prime Minister
Australia/Universal surveillance
A large island nation in the southern hemisphere which is pioneering universal surveillance of its citizenry.

Australia is a nation state in Oceania to the west of New Zealand. It has been particularly aggressive in universal surveillance of its citizenry.

Minerals

In 2015, it produced 12% of the world's Uranium.

Cashless society

In December 2016, the New Zealand Herald reported that "Australia could scrap the $100 note".[1] Earlier in the year some researchers were predicting that Australia would be a "fully cashless society by 2022"[2][3]

In December 2017, Australian banks began to freeze the accounts of bitcoin users.[4]

Law enforcement

"Victoria Police officers faked more than 258,000 roadside alcohol breath tests, an exhaustive audit by Professional Standards Command and statisticians has uncovered."[5][6]

Australia seems to have a disproportionate number of huge drug busts of MDMA and Methamphetamine.

Deep state

Full article: Australia/Deep state
Australia Deep state.jpg

As a former UK colony, the Australian deep state was set up by the UK deep state. It appears to be one of the leading deep state in puching for global surveillance and has used the purported threat of "terrorism" as legal pretext for an aggressively roll out of surveillance technology.

In 1975, the CIA used Marshall Green, to carry out a coup d'etat to remove the independent minded Gough Whitlam from power, who had been criticising US foreign policy. As of 2018, the coup was still not widely recognised as such, and widely referred to (for example by Wikipedia as a "constitutional crisis".[7]

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Malcolm Turnbull“The laws of Australia prevail in Australia, I can assure you of that. The laws of mathematics are very commendable but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia.”Malcolm Turnbull14 July 2017

 

Ambassadors to Australia

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to Australia
NZ/High Commissioner to Australia
UK/High Commissioner to Australia1936
US/Ambassador to Australia1940

 

Events

EventDescription
2014 Australia turboprop drug bust35 kg of heroin were accidentally found by local police aboard a CIA plane
Australia/1975 coup d'étatA CIA/MI6-backed covert "constitutional coup" to remove Gough Whitlam whom they saw as a loose cannon.
Children Overboard affair
Port Arthur MassacreA mass shooting incident in and around Port Arthur Tasmania on 28 April 1996

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
American Australian Association
Australian American Leadership Dialogue
Australian College of Journalism
Australian Security Intelligence OrganisationTied to Anglo-American intelligence
Australian Signals Directorate
Centre for Policing Intelligence & Counter Terrorism
Defence Signals Directorate
La Trobe University
Lowy Institute
Monash University
Reserve Bank of Australia
Royal Military College Duntroon
University of Sydney
Victoria University (Melbourne)
Westfield Corporation
Zinc NetworkA "communications agency" that partnered with the Institute for Statecraft to propose a network of 56 NGOs in a bid for £9.75million of funding from the UK/FCO.

 

Jobs here

EventJobAppointedEnd
Amalyah HartAccount ExecutiveApril 2018June 2019
Steven RaeburnProducer2015

 

Citizens of Australia on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Tony Abbott4 November 1957
Julian Assange3 July 1971A "hacktivist" of mysterious background, whose website, Wikileaks, has been the conduit for a lot of whistleblowing. His pronounced disinterest in 9/11 is particularly notable.
Harvey Barnett25 December 192523 June 1995ASIO Director-General of Security
Neil Brown22 February 1940
Mike BurgessASIO Director-General of Security
Clyde Cameron11 February 191314 March 2008
Peter Cosgrove28 July 1947
Bronwyn Nanette CurtisJuly 1948
Ivan Glasenberg1957
Michael Jon Hand8 December 1941"One of Australia's most wanted fugitives" now living in Idaho, USA.
Michael Hourigan19573 December 2013
Caitlin Johnstone
John Kerr (governor-general)24 September 191424 March 1991
Alexander Kouzmin19468 May 2011
Duncan Lewis3 August 1953ASIO Director-General of Security
Andrew Liveris5 May 1954
Frank Lowy22 October 1930
John Moten8 December 1933ASIO Director-General of Security
Keith Murdoch12 August 18854 October 1952
Robert O'Neill6 November 1936
Paul O'Sullivan3 February 1948ASIO Director-General of Security
Keith Officer2 October 188921 June 1969
John Pilger9 October 1939John Pilger, an Australian crusading journalist, has achieved fame in spite of a refusal to kowtow to the establishment by avoiding controversial issues.
David Sadleir20 February 1936ASIO Director-General of Security
Greg Sheridan
Annika Smethurst1987
Mike Smith
Arthur Tange18 August 191410 May 2001A member of the Australian Deep state who played a role in the 1975 Australian coup d'état.
Harold Thorby2 October 18881 January 1973
Alan Westerman25 March 191318 May 2001
James Wolfensohn1 December 1933Australian/US dual national, President of the World Bank, Bilderberg steering committee
Alan Wrigley19 July 1931ASIO Director-General of Security

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Integrity Initiative Weekly Report 16th to 22nd July 2018report22 July 2018Euan Grantinput into media documentaries and fictional entertainment, including specific topics
Document:Utopiainterview15 November 2013John Pilger
File:WikiLeaks-Australian-suppression-order.pdflegal document19 June 2014Australia Supreme CourtAustralian Supreme Court secret super-injunction preventing the publication of information about a corruption case involving 17 named individuals including senior Malaysian, Indonesian, Vietnamese politicians and Reserve Bank of Australia directors


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