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Wednesday, 22 March


Hillsong and The Houstons alleged tax fraud and dishonesty criminal offences "IndyWatch Feed National"

March 22, 2023

Hillsong and The Houstons alleged tax fraud and dishonesty criminal offences

Tax evasion (also known as tax fraud) involves illegally reducing or eliminating tax liability. This may involve fraud by lying to the Australian Taxation Office.

The Criminal Code is expected to provide an integrated and coherent statement of the major offences against Commonwealth law. 

The maximum penalty is ten years in prison.

Main offences

  • s.134.1(1) Criminal Codedishonestly obtaining Commonwealth property
  • s.134.2(1) Criminal Codeobtain financial advantage by deception
  • s.135.4(3) Criminal Codedishonestly cause a loss to the Commonwealth.


Main offences

  • s.134.1(1) Criminal Codedishonestly obtaining Commonwealth property
  • s.134.2(1) Criminal Codeobtain financial advantage by deception
  • s.135.4(3) Criminal Codedishonestly cause a loss to the Commonwealth.


The maximum penalty for offences against sections 134.1(1), 134.2(1) and 135.4(3) of the Criminal Code is 10 years imprisonment.




The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission has confirmed it is investigating concerns raised about Hillsong Church "IndyWatch Feed National"

March 22, 2023

The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission has confirmed it is investigating concerns raised about Hillsong Church. It is unusual for the ACNC to announce who it is investigating. This does not bode well for Hillsong or the Houstons.


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Tuesday, 21 March


Indigenous communities to get better mobile service "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Communications Minister Michelle Rowland announced additional funds to improving black spots in mobile coverage as part of infrastructure improvements.

She said this would help with closing the gap targets for remote Indigenous communities.

There are those who would benefit from a break from screen based slavery and this appears now to be a receding respite on the roads less travelled.

Image: Image: Shutterstock -Josu Ozkaritz

Produced By: Amanda Copp

Featured In Story: Michelle Rowland MP Minister for Communications

First aired on The Wire, Tuesday 21 March 2023

The post Indigenous communities to get better mobile service appeared first on 4YOU 98.5FM Capricorn Community Radio.


Like nails down a blackboard. "IndyWatch Feed National"

The Australian people voted for action on climate change, and its what the Parliament should deliver by passing the Government's Safeguard Mechanism reforms, which will reduce emissions by 205 million tonnes by 2030. Chris Bowen (@Bowenchris) March 21, 2023


The Sequel: Bragg & Stormys Excellent Adventure (2023) "IndyWatch Feed National"

DA Bragg pushes through through the swamp (Bragg pic sourced from NYpost)

Some commentary on the possibility of Trump being arrested through the actions of DA Alvin Bragg. The title is a parody of the 1989 movie Bill & Teds Excellent Adventures. It is about 3.00 am in New York now on Tuesday am.

by G5

[Email 19 March 2023]

State-sponsored, induced, psychotic self-harm, on the altar of psychopathic-driven, patho...


Regional areas could decide NSW Election "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Pre-polling is well underway in NSW and a Guardian poll today showed that Dominic Perrottet is still edging out Chris Minns as preferred Premier.

Whilst many predict that Western Sydney seats are the ones to watch, country seats that were previously held by the imploded Shooters and Fishers party are likely to prove volatile as well.

Produced By: Roderick Chambers

Featured In Story: Dr Stewart Jackson Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations, with a specialisation in Australian politics, at the University of Sydney

First aired on The Wire, Tuesday 21 March 2023

The post Regional areas could decide NSW Election appeared first on 4YOU 98.5FM Capricorn Community Radio.


Why do you have to be a celebrity leftist to lead the Australian Republic Movement? "IndyWatch Feed National"

Australian Republic Movement Announces Appointment of Co-Chairs Nova Peris OAM and Craig Foster AM 21.3.2023 A Special General Meeting held by the Australian Republic Movement this week resolved to change the ARM Constitution and for the first time in 32 years, adopt female and male Co-Chairs. As such, the Australian...


Beijing shows support for Russia "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

The President of China Xi Jinping has arrived in Moscow with his twelve point plan for peace, which will bring an end to the conflict.  Both sides have stated that they are not interested in a political solution, Russia still wants a total victory and the Ukrainians refuse to concede any land in a peace treaty.

The timing of the visit is raising questions as three days ago Vladimir Putin was accused of war crimes and has a warrant out for his arrest.

Every Stakeholder in the conflict knows that China cant mediate a peace deal but the question remains as to why is the President of China talking to a freshly accused war criminal?

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Produced By: Dominic Giles

Featured In Story: Dr Sonia Mycak, Research Fellow at the Australian National University Centre for European studies speaking there with Dominic Giles., and Dr Alexey Muraviev, Associate Professor of National Security and Strategic Studies at Curtin University Perth.

First aired on The Wire, Tuesday 21 March 2023

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Reducing Water Usage Around the Home "IndyWatch Feed National"

Since most of us are used to having access to clean water, we tend to take it for granted. We dont think twice about leaving the tap on or taking a really long shower. More concerningly, some of us dont even think about the financial and environmental consequences of wasting water on a daily basis.

If we want to save money and preserve this natural resource, we need to be more efficient with our use of water.

Luckily, there are many ways to reduce water usage. Even the smallest change can have a big impact on reducing your overall water consumption.

In this blog post, well explore some of the best ways to save water.

  1. Install Low-flow Faucets and Showerheads
    Installing low-flow faucets and showerheads is one of the most effective ways to reduce water usage. Low-flow faucet aerators limit the amount of water being used by around 2 to 4 litres per minute.

    This can help you save a significant amount of water with everyday tasks like washing dishes, brushing your teeth, and taking a shower.

  2. Use a Dishwasher
    You should also consider using your dishwasher more often as opposed to always washing your dishes by hand. Not only will this make the process easier and quicker, but it can also help you reduce water usage significantly.

    Dishwashers typically use one-eighth of an average kitchen taps flow rate, meaning theyre much more efficient when it comes to conserving water. Additionally, dishwashers are also better at killing germs than hand washing since they produce hotter water, which helps to effectively sanitise your dishes. So, the next time your kitchen is full of dirty dishes and cutlery, go for the dishwasher instead of the sponge.

  3. Turn Off the Tap When Youre Not Using It
    Kitchen Renovations MelbourneEach time you brushyour teeth, shave, or shower, think about the amount of water youre wasting. Do you have the tap on full blast while you scrub those pearly whites? Do you leave the shower on for too long while its heating up? All these seemingly harmless habits can waste a lot of water over a long period of time. Wasting heated water is also a significant concern as it can add to your utility bills and increase your personal carbon emissions.



5 Most Common Problems with Removal Companies "IndyWatch Feed National"

Moving homes in the near future? If so, one of the first things on your checklist should be to find a reputable, trustworthy removalist company to help make your move as smooth and easy as possible.

Unfortunately, theres a fair share of removalists out there that you have to watch out for. But, as long as you do your research, you should be able to avoid some of the common problems associated with moving. What are these problems? Lets break them down below.

Missing Items

No matter how organised you are with packing and labelling your boxes, if you and your movers arent on the same page then theres a very strong chance that youll end up losing or at least temporarily misplacing some items.

Moving days are almost always chaotic and stressful, so you might not even realise something is missing until days later. All this time having passed can make finding your items incredibly difficult, especially if you were working with movers who were unprofessional or untrustworthy.

Reliable Removalists will safeguard all of your possessions big and small and have a tried and tested plan in place to move everything safely and securely. To achieve this, theyll need to be organised, experienced and have strong communication skills, all important attributes of a good removalist.

Damaged Possessions

One of the most common moving-day problems is damaged furniture and smaller items, with inexperienced movers dropping, scratching or bumping your furniture or boxes around and leaving them tattered or even broken.

As long as you take the time to research your moving company before you hire them, you shouldnt run into this issue. There are even many removalists who specialise in moving fragile, high-value items such as pianos and antiques. You can also protect your most valuable items by working with a removalist company that offers storage solutions, so that you can keep these items out of the way during the mess and stress of moving day.

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Removalists Eastern Suburbs Melbourne

Some moving companies dont do appraisals before moving day, or dont put in the effort to properly...


ABC catastrophists warn "this time for sure" time is running out on climate change "IndyWatch Feed National"

The world's climate scientists have issued what one expert said is a "final warning" before global warming exceeds 1.5 degrees Celsius. Key points: The IPCC says it's "unequivocal" that climate is changing as a result of human activity At present, between 3.3 and 3.6 billion people are living in places...


Seventeen bits and pieces that do not add up "IndyWatch Feed National"

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The traditional theory of human evolution is predicated around humans having an ancient chimp/ape ancestry. Way back a chimp-like mummy and daddy had children that were genetically so different, of particular concern is the suturing on the skull exclusive to hominids. All apes and monkeys have no sutures, but instead a rigid sagittal keel that runs across the top of the skull which means that their skull size remains static. But the inconsistencies do not stop there, by our count there are at least another seventeen genetic/skeletal/facial/muscular points of difference that challenge any shared ancestry.

                Granted be it ever so improbable, there could be an infinitesimal chance these two non-sutured parents carried a genetic abnormality that gave rise to suturing, but it just doesnt end there. By our count there are seventeen other distinct genetic deviations from every ape/monkey norm, and just the sheer volume of these contradictions leads on to one inescapable conclusion: our ancestry and that of the monkeys/apes have nothing in common. It just did not happen, simply because it just isnt one species of apes but every animal on this planet that obeys the same rules of evolution and genesis. While we break all the ru...</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </section> </div> </div> </div>


NSW Labor leader Minns's electric campaign bus runs out of battery. "IndyWatch Feed National"

From the Sydney Morning Herald Senior Labor MPs on board the zero-emissions campaign bus on Tuesday include Penny Sharpe and Rose Jackson, with the latter playing DJ (Harry Styles so far dominating the morning playlist). The bus was back on the road about 11.30am, but travelling media and Labor staff...


Hopefully the brainless ALP, LNP duopoly will not ship these Qld made armoured cars off to Ukraine "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Defence has contracted Rheinmetall Defence Australia to deliver and support 211 Boxer 88 Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles (CRV) for the Australian Army.

This is a significant Army capability that will enhance the safety, security and protection of Australian troops for the next 30 years. The Boxer CRV will replace the Australian Light Armoured Vehicle, which has seen extensive operational service since its introduction in 1996.

The Boxer CRV will operate in a range of environments, from the littoral environment of our near region, to contested complex urban environments. The high levels of protection, firepower and mobility provided by the vehicle will enable sustained operations, varying from peacekeeping to close combat.

Rheinmetall Defence Australia has delivered the first 25 Boxer CRVs (known as Block I vehicles) to Defence. The Block I vehicles were built and assembled primarily in Germany and underwent final integration and acceptance testing in Australia.

With a deliberate period of transition, the remaining Boxer CRVs (known as Block II vehicles) will be built and assembled in Australia, under a gradual ramp down in Germany and ramp up in Australia. This will enable progressive technology transfer of the manufacturing techniques and assembly line processes to Australia during this period.

The Resident Project Office in Hamburg continues to support the delivery of the cap...


India asks 68 countries to renegotiate ISDS in bilateral investment treaties "IndyWatch Feed National"

March 21, 2023: The Times of India has reported that India issued termination notices to 68 countries for Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) with a request to renegotiate on the basis of the model agreement formulated in 2015.

These 68 BITs were based on a 1993 model which had been amended in 2003. Alarmed at actions taken against it using the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provision in these BITs, the Indian government developed a new model for investment treaties in 2015. India has a further six BITs under the old model, but these are not yet open for a notice of termination. There are two BITs negotiated since 2015, on the new model, and these are in force.

Minister of State for External Affairs Rajkumar Ranjan Singh said the government has signed a host country agreement with the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) for establishing a regional office in India. His Ministry is now working with the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the PCA and other agencies to develop their capacity to manage international arbitration challenges.

Under the 2015 model, the controversial Most Favoured Nation clause was removed, and the scope of National Treatment and Fair and Equitable Treatment clauses is considerably narrowed.

Although ISDS which allows investors to initiate international arbitration against states and thereby bypass domestic courts entirely has been retained, access to ISDS comes only after the exhaustion of the relevant domestic courts for the resolution of an investment dispute.

The 2015 model provides an exhaustive list of economic, environmental and social measures which are exempt under the treaty. This includes taxation, intellectual property rights and measures to protect macroeconomic stability.

The current move to terminate 68 BITs follows a 2016 attempt to terminate 57 BITs. The India-Australia BIT was terminated by India on March 23, 2017, but it has an extraordinary grandfather clause that means its provisions apply to investments made before that date for another 15 years. The Indian Adani coal company threatened to use ISDS to sue the Australian government if its investments made before the termination were harmed by government regulation.

The Interim Australia India Economic Partnership Agreement signed in 2022 did not have an Investment Chapter and so did not contain ISDS. AFTINET is...


Vatican signed up to UN "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

By Lyndesy Symonds

The Vatican was captured by the permanent, world-wide Revolution and is owned by the Big Jew Bank (Marxs 5th Plank) along with ZOGs and the BRICs.

The Vatican has signed the Roman Catholic Church right up to all UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals. It is not under Christ Law of Christ the King, it is under the Environmental Sustainable Governance of the UN another ESG corporate.

Pope Francis: Our Duty is to Obey the United Nations
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Home values steady "IndyWatch Feed Qld"

Stock shortage

Very little news from the ABS this week, as the ructions continue in global markets and for banks in the US and Europe. 

In Australia bond yields have fallen markedly over recent weeks.

With a shortage of quality stock foe sale, housing prices have begin to rise in Sydney, as well as in Brisbane and Perth to a lesser degree.


New Swabia (Neuschwabenland) "IndyWatch Feed National"

J.G. Olsen / Financial Expositor

Fascinatingly, many Useless Eaters seem more au fait with the monetary aspects of the Great Reset than they do the Depopulation Agenda by Experimental Lethal Injections.

All over the world now, the winds of monetary change are felt to be rising.

Countries presently interested in joining the BRICS grouping include: Indonesia, Mexico, Argentina, Turkiye, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Iran, and the front-runner, (formerly French) Algeria.

They are dissatisfied with the USD hegemony...


Link "IndyWatch Feed National"

Abuser cop: Senior Constable Nathan Black

Abuser cop: Timothy Trautsch

  • Two western Sydney pigs charged with assaulting naked woman
  • The pigs, Nathan Black and Timothy Trautsch have been stood down 
  • Both pigs will face Penrith Court next month 


Queensland cops have some explaining to do over death of Steven Harrison "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Reports by the Toowoomba Chronicle revealed Harrison was highly respected in the local community.

PEOPLE in the town of Warwick and others across Australia are wondering why police used a sonic torture device and strobe lights against the political adviser and constitutional historian Steven Harrison, found dead with a gunshot wound to the head.

The Queensland Police Ethical Standards Division will be investigating the shooting. Why the devices were used against Harrison, who posed no threat to anyone but was anonymously reported to be carrying a sawn-off shotgun in his backyard, will be noted with much interest.

Harrison was well known and well respected by people in Warwick who organised a public memorial service for him on the Friday after his death on Tuesday morning. Harrison had impaired eyesight and lived on a disability benefit. He was an adviser for the Australian Federation Party and was also known as a kind and devout Christian.

Many concerned people will also be wondering if Harris...


This years Harmony Day faces new challenges in combating hate "IndyWatch Feed National"

Contributed by Joe Montero

Today 21 March is world Harmony Day and the big day in a week of activities, where we celebrate the gifts brought to all of us by people from diverse Backgrounds. This year the theme is everyone belongs. Harmony Day origin can be traced back to south Africa, where on this date in 1960, police fired live ammunition into a crowd of black people in a black township called Sharpeville, who were demanding the abolition of the pass laws. These laws had taken away their right of freedom of movement. Sixty-nine unarmed people were killed. Images of what happened reverberated around a shocked world.

Photo from The Journalist context matters: Burying the Sharpeville dead.

The killing became known as the Sharpeville Massacre. It gave rise to the global anti-Apartheid movement, and this contributed hugely to the advancing the cause against racial intolerance everywhere.

Less than a decade later the United Nations proclaimed March 21 the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Intolerance still exists in some quarters. It is usually often more subtle than it once was. The fact that it exists shows the cause not yet completely won. at the same time, there are good reasons to celebrate the achievements.

Australia is a good example. The diversity of peoples is building a new nation with a unique and exiting multicultural culture.  We are much better off for it. Hasnt this change brought about a greater depth and variety of what we eat, enriched overall culture and lives?

I remember what it was like when I first arrived in this country as a youngster. Because of my surname, I was called a Dago. This meant Italian. Although not Italian, I know something of what the Italians went through. I know how intolerance invited derision and sometimes violence. Italians were accused of being a threat to the Australian way of life.

Those who still feel threatened and insist multiculturalism is a policy thrust on them, dont yet realise that the term is only a description for what Australia has been since the arrival of the First fleet. The emergence of a multicultural identity can be traced back to the goldfields on the 1850s and the Eureka upris...


Over the board Chess in Cairns (Discord Group) "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Just wanted to share a link for a discord group I made. I made a post before inquiring about any kind of club for playing chess in Cairns, but it seems there aren't any real options. I would like to try a grassroots effort, so if you are someone who is perhaps interested in playing some over the board games, then feel free to join and hopefully we can arrange something.

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Monday, 20 March


Prolonging the Agony the Book To End All Wars "IndyWatch Feed National"

(L) Lord Milner, Photo: (C) stained glass windows at Canberras War Memorial  (R) Cover of Andrew Gibbs book With Winston Churchill at the Front

by Mary W Maxwell, LLB

Please play this game with me for a moment. Pretend there is a bloke named Johnny living in Blandland.  He knows of a very rich man in his country. Johnny goes to him and says he has heard that the chemical rubi will soon be needed by everyone and he knows of the only land where rubi is found. He offers to do all the violence necessary to take ov...


Statement from Victorian Liberal MP Moira Deeming. "IndyWatch Feed National"

PRESS RELEASE MOIRA DEEMING LIBERAL MP WESTERN METROPOLITAN REGION Personal statement: I have been informed that there will be a vote in the Liberal Party room to determine whether I should be allowed to remain or be expelled from the Parliamentary Party. Let me clear I have done...


Spent Matters: The AUKUS Nuclear Waste Problem "IndyWatch Feed National"

When Australia vassal be thy name assumed responsibilities for not only throwing money at both US and British shipbuilders, lending up territory and naval facilities for war like a gambling drunk, and essentially asking its officials to commit seppuku for the Imperium, another task was given. While the []

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Coalition special forces in Afghanistan - the Joint Priority Effects List (JPEL) and Rules of Engagement (ROE) "IndyWatch Feed National"

Coalition forces in Afghanistan, including Australian Special Forces acted under instruction from the Coalition to engage in missions to kill high value targets who appeared on a sanctioned liquidation list - the Joint Priority Effects List (JPEL). These were high value targets, Directly Participating in Hostilities (DPH). The parameters for...


Eating disorder survey (individuals who have an eating disorder 18+) "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Hi I am a researcher from the University of Sydney. We are recruiting participants to better understand lived experience of individuals with an eating disorder who are on prescription medications and/or other drugs, for recreational and/or therapeutic purposes. Please help us learn more by completing our anonymous (18+) and confidential survey

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Victoria Police covering up child abuse in Mildura? "IndyWatch Feed National"

Victoria Police have been covering up crimes of people in positions of authority, especially their 'bosses' you know those in government, since their inception in 1853.

NEVER forget that the colonys criminals (albeit better behaved ones), instead of 'honourable' people, were recruited by the government to become police officers, where they have evolved into a more formidable (criminal) force.

Today its very difficult to get an officer charged by our corrupt legal system.

Even if the police get caught by the serfs committing criminal offences, their brethren in the judicature will exonerate them of any alleged wrong-doing.

Those who arent are the scapegoats, only for display purposes to give the serfs the illusion that justice exists.

It seems that police have been covering for Monseigneur Day from Mildura with regards to child abuse.

As the saying goes: We investigated ourselves and found we did nothing wrong.

Heres Deputy Commissioner of the day, Neil OLoughlin to the rescue.

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Formal Car "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

I've been looking on the Townsville Facebook page, with no luck. I might try my luck here. Would anyone have or know somebody, with a nice car to take to formal?

Thank you!

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NSW Labor's last ditch email to Party members - Labor's #1 priority? CLIMATE CHANGE!!! "IndyWatch Feed National"

Weve reached the final week of the campaign, and many of you will read this email while on pre-poll or the doors, speaking to voters and persuading them to choose Labor and a Fresh Start for NSW. Its been a hectic campaign and we know that when youre working this...


The Recent Arrest Orders For Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump Ought to Be a Wake-Up Call "IndyWatch Feed National"

Rolo Slavskiy Slavland Chronicles March 19, 2023

By now, everyone has heard the news that the ICC wants Putin to answer for his heinous war crimes. The reason given for his summons? He helped relocate children from the Donbass to Russia and put the orphans up for adoption with church families.

Internally, it made for good PR.

But, youd never hear about it in the West, because the media is controlled by the you-know-whos and the various spook agencies, who are themselves also largely taken over by you-know-whoish interests.

Undoubtedly, this marks an escalation. No negotiations are allowed with a country led by an Amalek war criminal. Putin is now officially Gadaffi, Milosevic, and Hitler. Lets hope, for Russias sake at least, that things turns out better for him.

Heres what Strelkov thinks:

A day has passed since the media informed us that the Hague freaks issued a warrant for the arrest of Putin. Frankly, at the beginning I had a mixed feeling from this news: 1) bad (no matter how I personally feel about the personality of the person who is our president we have no other (we are being punished for our sins). And as regards the insulting warrant this is a spit not only on him, but also on Russia (which, alas, he is being allowed to lead); 2) at the same time, the timid hope has revived again that at least fearing the same fate of Gaddafi, this will stir things up a little This is, of course, unjustified optimistim. At the moment there is no proof for this hope in just a day, loyal officials, deputies and journalists of all stripes managed to convince me that the authorities are stronger than ever in their implacable cretinism and we can only hope for their enlightenment immediately before the end of Putins career a la Gaddafi when for us (and for them too) it will be too late. (Well, that is, I havent lost all hope, but so far there is nothing to be optimistic about).

Strelkov makes the same argument that I did recently. T...


Australian Banking Associations cost of living inquiry reveals bank pressure "IndyWatch Feed National"

An analysis of the rising inflation and concurrent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank proved that more than 186 banks in the U.S. are at risk of a similar shutdown if depositors decide to withdraw all funds.


Brisbane Students March for Climate Action "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

A recent wave of climate protests has been sweeping through Australia this past week, including a march through Brisbanes Queen Street Mall.

The protest was led by student organisations including Socialist Alternative and UQ and QUT student union, who were pushing against major coal and gas projects which they say would greatly exacerbate the effects of climate change.

The Wires Nicholas Powell spoke to organisers and protesters about the event and how different generations are reacting to the changes.

Image: Brisbane climate activists: Photo by Nicholas Powell

Produced By: Nicholas Powell

Featured In Story: UQ Student Union Environment Officer, Laura Nolan, UQ Student Union Environment Officer, Ella, and Extinction Rebellion climate activist, John Sheridan

First aired on The Wire, Monday 20 March 2023

The post Brisbane Students March for Climate Action appeared first on 4YOU 98.5FM Capricorn Community Radio.


Connecting with community this Neighbours Every Day "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Australians have shown themselves to be a resilient lot over recent years. But behind such a broad statement, the reality also is that 1 in 4 Australians are currently experiencing feelings of loneliness and isolation, which is why making connections with our neighbors and local community so important and this is what Neighbours Every Day is all about.

Neighbours Every Day is Australias year-round celebration of community by encouraging all of us to build respectful and supportive relationships with their community every day.

This Sunday, March 26 is Neighbour Day, and to talk about the importance of connecting with our neighbors, The Wires Aryana Mohmood spoke with ABC TVs Gardening Australia and environmental educator, Costa Georgiadis 

Produced By: Aryana Mohmood

Featured In Story: ABC TVs Gardening Australia and environmental educator, Costa Georgiadis

First aired on The Wire, Monday 20 March 2023

The post Connecting with community this Neighbours Every Day appeared first on 4YOU 98.5FM Capricorn Community Radio.


Artificial intelligence: friend or foe? "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Australian students have been found to be using AI software ChatGPT to write whole university assignments, and this has spread concern about how AI will threaten current university policies.


ChatGPT works by scanning the web in real time and writing text in a human-like manner to any prompt given to it by the user. 


Many universities hold opposing responses to the use of AI technology, with some considering it to be cheating, others are encouraging the integration of this software and proposing policy changes to allow for it.


The Wires Kailah Rushton spoke to University of Queensland professor, Brian Lovell to find out more

Image: courtesy of Andrew Neel | Pexels

Produced By: Kailah Rushton

Featured In Story: University of Queensland professor, Brian Lovell, and University of South Australia lecturer, Vitomir Kovanovic

First aired on The Wire, Monday 20 March 2023

The post Artificial intelligence: friend or foe? appeared first on 4YOU 98.5FM Capricorn Community Radio.


Refugees in Australia continue living in limbo "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

The Australian Governments announcement to create a path to permanent residence for Temporary Protection and SHEV visa holders has been welcomed by refugee advocate groups. However, the fate of thousands of other refugees and asylum seekers in Australia remains uncertain.

The changes fall short of an across-the-board solution for all 31,000 people subject to the TPV and SHEV regime. So, while there have been changes, the TPV structures remain intact. 

Approximately 12,000 people who hadnt yet been issued a TPV or SHEV will continue to live in limbo. 

The Wires Aryana Mohmood spoke with Migration Community Engagement Practitioner, Rebecca Lim, to find out more. 

Rebeccas book Does Australia Love Its NeighbourLived Experiences of Queenslanders Working with People Seeking Asylum, is available for purchase. 

Image: Image courtesy of Alex Dugquem | Pexels

Produced By: Aryana Mohmood

Featured In Story: Migration Community Engagement Practitioner, Rebecca Lim

First aired on The Wire, Monday 20 March 2023

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Protest against the Voice to Parliament in Meanjin (Brisbane) "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

On Saturday the 18th of March, the Brisbane community joined the Black Peoples Union and Treaty Before the Voice Members in protesting against the voice to parliament. 

While support for the Voice is widespread, some sections of the population both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal have dismissed the Voice as inconsequential, arguing the focus should instead be on establishing a treaty. 

Activists and protesters argue a Voice will lead only to talk, and the real goal should be a law that guarantees the civil rights of First Nations peoples.

The Wires Chloe White attended the rally and spoke with protesters and organisers of the event.

Image: Protest against the voice members | Courtesy Chloe White

Produced By: Chloe White

Featured In Story: Sam Watson | BPU Member , Em Randall | BPU Member , Uncle Koko | Member of the Treaty Before Voice movement , and Afrida | Supporter and Protester

First aired on The Wire, Monday 20 March 2023

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AFP arrest former SASR soldier - charged with War Crime - Murder. "IndyWatch Feed National"

UPDATE - from The Australian. Former SAS trooper Oliver Schulz, 41, was arrested in regional NSW on Monday morning and was expected to face local court later in the day. It will be alleged he murdered an Afghan man while deployed to Afghanistan with the Australian Defence Force, the AFP...


Five Fun and Easy Ways to Change Your Style "IndyWatch Feed National"

Sometimes, comfort and routine can prevent us from blossoming into the best person that we can be. After a while, many of us get used to wearing the same jeans and jacket every time we go out.

While theres nothing wrong with wearing simple outfits, changing up your style every once in a while might actually do wonders for your self confidence.

In this blog, were going to discuss five fun and easy ways to change your style.

  1. Hair Extensions
    If you want to know what you look like with longer hair, you dont have to wait for it to grow out anymore.

    Hair extensions are a great, low commitment way of changing up your hairstyle. With the added length you can begin experimenting with styles like dutch braids, high ponytails, updos and so on.

    This temporary accessory can be used to figure out what hairstyle suits you without having to commit too much time and effort into growing out and maintaining your real hair.

    There are also a wide variety of coloured extensions, ranging from blonde to fuchsia pink. This is a great way to try out different highlights and to see what suits your natural hair colour and your overall style.

  2. Experiment With Jewellery
    Jewellery has been used for many different purposes throughout history. Theyve been used as status symbols, spiritual artifacts, mediums of artistic expression and so on.

    As a result of jewellery being a prominent part of many cultures throughout the ages, there is now a diverse range of jewellery designs available in stores all around the world.Nowadays, plenty of online stores on Etsy and other sites sell a lot of jewellery with innovative designs that arent available in most retailers.

    Some designers put a modern spin on traditional jewellery but plenty of manufacturers still maintain the original aesthetics. So, if you want to represent your own culture within a modern outfit, jewellery is a great way to do so.

  3. Change Your Makeup Routine
    Clothes and accessories arent the only things that contribute to your look. Your choice of ...


Mainstream media's lies on Putin's so called 'arrest warrant' "IndyWatch Feed National"

Lies come in all shapes and forms, where some are blatant and others are 'white' ones.

Also a common lie is one of omission, where this is the case with regards to a so called 'arrest' warrant against USSR President Vladimir Putin.

Rupert Murdoch's 'investigative' journalists stated that there has been an arrest warrant issued for Vladimir Putin from the ICC (International Criminal Court).

BUT, those so called 'investigative' journalists' (deliberately) forgot to mention how invalid this so called 'warrant' really is.

The ICC is not a 'real' court but rather an organisation or tribunal with very limited jurisdiction.

IT is based on consent from its signatories only where those who have not signed up the court cannot issued with any lawful instruments to make executable warrant valid.

Currently, Russia, illustrated in orange was a signatory that withdrew its signature consent.

Ukraine depicted in yellow, indicates that it is a signatory, where there is no formal ratification, keeping in mind that Crimea is an (allegedly) autonomous republic in the south.



Papua New Guineas war for talent "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

Papua New Guinean employers are bracing for a fierce battle to attract and retain skilled workers.

talent Papua New Guinea

Students at the University of Papua New Guineas School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Credit: Australian Government

While the skills base in PNG has improved significantly since the construction period of the countrys first LNG project, which peaked in 2012, employers and recruiters are already witnessing a new war for talent in anticipation of PNGs next gas project, Papua LNG.

We will be doubling our team in PNG. Thats reflective of the growth we see coming on the horizon, Kristine Berry, Managing Director of recruitment company Peopleconnexion, tells Business Advantage PNG.

Its growth across the board; from hospitality through to senior executives, to sales, and a lot more technical specialist roles.

Filling the void

Employers are already struggling to find staff for key specialist roles.

Were operating with over 20 vacancies including maintenance and automation engineers thats where we have big gaps, says Ed Weggemans, Managing Director of SP Brewery.

Finding good skilled people has been a bit of a challenge for us, agrees Hulala Tokome, Country Director of Puma Energy. Tokome notes, however, the country has an abundance of unskilled labour.

While recruiters typically start by trying to match employers with skilled Papua New Guinean workers, hiring offshore talent can be equally tough, given global skills shortages. The Australian labour market, which has historically supplied many skilled workers to PNG, is super tight and super expensive, says Berry. Her company has expanded its skills search globally: We are bringing people from everywhere in the world to PNG.

We shouldnt be importing unskilled or semi-skilled labour. But, unfortunately,...


Posie Parker, you cant hide. Youve got Nazis on your side. "IndyWatch Feed National"

Huh. That was interesting. Having previously blessed Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide with her presence, the fifth leg of Posie Parkers publicity tour took place in Melbourne on the steps of the Victorian Parliament on Saturday. Along with a posse Continue reading


Spot on. "IndyWatch Feed National"

Thank you Damo, great find.


Curlew overhead, crab underfoot, heron into prawn "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Plenty of Bush Stone Curlews on the ground in Townsville (lately breeding in gardens close to my door) but less often caught overhead in daylight. Above, one of 36 or so put to flight as I sploshed  the other morning across Rowes Bay Lagoon, part of which backs onto my retirement village.

Even less common, mud crab - getting crabby about camera lens being thrust in its face on the same morning.

Rather better looking (unless you're into crabs) and always sounding joyously alive, Varied Honeyeater in pink cl...


Australian Dollar and Bitcoin "IndyWatch Feed National"

1.00 AUD = 0.00002 BTC
0.00010 BTC = 4.20 AUD


You idiot, no way this passes the pub test. "IndyWatch Feed National"

Heres Victorian Opposition leader John Pesutto saying Moira Deeming will be sacked from the Liberal Party because she has an association with people who promote Nazi views. Its a slur that is equally outrageous and false. He looks stressed. @MoiraDeemingMP John Ruddick (@JohnRuddick2) March 19, 2023


7 Signs Of A Toxic Relationship "IndyWatch Feed National"

If I asked you what the signs of a toxic relationship were, what would you say? Most of us would likely name off something obvious, like abuse or something to that effect, but at the end of the day, the signs of a toxic relationship arent always so overt or even expected.

Being in a toxic relationship can be draining, and destructive, and can change who you are as a person. No one walks away from a toxic relationship unscathed, even if the damage is just slight. With that being said, the signs arent always obvious. Below, I will go over 7 signs of a toxic relationship.

1. Contempt.

Contempt is what happens when you begin tearing your partner down, or vice versa, in passive-aggressive ways. Based on the research, this habit is the number one predictor of relationship failure. Examples of contempt are mocking your partner while they are in another room, snide remarks, or merely feelings of complete disdain towards your partner.

2. Lack of support.

In a toxic relationship, there is no support. Instead, both partners are always at odds with one another. Rather than building each other up, they are too busy tearing each other down.

3. Control/obsession.

It is not cute or healthy for control and obsession to be the main theme in a relationship. When one or both partners begins blowing up the others phone because they didnt answer back within a few minutes, there is a problem. Other examples of this may be if your partner wont allow you around certain people, stalks you down when you arent around one another, or refuses to let you have any time apart because you might cheat.

4. You are always trying to change each other.

Toxic relationships arent always toxic people. In fact, a toxic dynamic can be born when two people just simply arent right for one another. When this happens, a toxic push/pull begins to take place, in which both partners are always trying to get their needs met by someone who simply cannot meet them.

5. Dishonesty.

Dishonesty is toxic, plain and simple. While we may all say a little white lie here and there, when one or both partners is always lying, it reaches a toxic level.

6. Denial.

One major sign of toxicity is denial. Do you find yourself constantly making excuses for your relationship? If so, then its likely toxic.

7. Walking on eggshells.

If you are always having to walk on eggshells, to avoid setting your partner off, then you are likely in a toxic relationship. No one should have to hold back how they really feel, If you cannot express a different opinion in the presence of your partner because you fear retaliation, your relationship is toxic.


Those poor girls, working so hard all their lives for this man to steal their glory. "IndyWatch Feed National"

Valentina Petrillo, a male runner who self identifies as a woman, breaks the record and wins his 8th women's title in Italy Edwin (@Edwin07011) March 19, 2023


The bus to Baghdad "IndyWatch Feed National"

In place of reflection and reform, our leaders have committed to an ever-greater intermeshing of Australian and American forces: what is referred to in contemporary military double-speak as interoperability. The new AUKUS framework has largely extended the surrendering of our sovereignty and capacity for independent defence decision-making to the American Empire.

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Widgee Say NO to the Lines Rally: Meet the Aussie Battlers Standing Up to Big Green "IndyWatch Feed National"

When Net Zero obsessed Aussie Federal and State Governments announced large scale electricity grid extensions to service renewable energy installations, they forgot to talk to the land owners.

The post Widgee Say NO to the Lines Rally: Meet the Aussie Battlers Standing Up to Big Green first appeared on Watts Up With That?.


Child Abduction and a Glance At Todays Headlines (in The Age) "IndyWatch Feed National"

by Dee McLachlan

This morning, over a coffee at my local, I paged through The Age newspaper. The headline: Japan Does Nothing As Australian Kids Snatched (below) and double-page spread above Japan does nothing as 82 Australian kids abducted. This is The Age online report:

An investigation by The AgeThe Sydney Morning Herald and 60 Minute...


AFTINET calls for human rights, labour rights and environmental standards in Southeast Asia Strategy 2040 "IndyWatch Feed National"

March 20, 2023: DFAT has called for submissions for the Governments Southeast Asia strategy 2040.

Despite the long-term time frame of the strategy, there is no reference so far to inequality in the region or to human rights, labour rights or environmental standards.

The strategy will not take the form of a legally enforceable trade agreement, but is likely to be a series of Memoranda of Understanding to increase Australian trade and investment in the region. The strategy will include topics like supply chains, green economy/environment, agriculture and digital trade. These will sit alongside trade agreements like the Australia-ASEAN-NZ FTA and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).

The AFTINET submission argues that the strategy should include the Governments goals consisting of justice and equality, sharing the benefits of increased trade and investment, and the need to reduce carbon emissions.

The submission notes that seven of the ten ASEAN countries are also involved in the Indo-Pacific Economic Forum (IPEF). This is also not a traditional trade agreement. However, human rights, labour rights and environmental standards are included in the negotiating goals, even if it is not clear how they will be implemented.

The submission provides evidence of deficits in both commitments and implementation of human rights and labour rights in some ASEAN countries, and serious violations, including imprisonment and unlawful killings in Myanmar, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Indonesia (West Papua).

The submission recognises that ASEAN trading partners include developing countries and least developed countries and that they will require cooperation and support to implement these standards over time, including specific support from Australias Official Development Assistance programs.

These commitments should ultimately be incorporated into legally enforceable trade agreements with the same access to dispute settlement as other chapters in those agreements.


Racism: A Sticky Issue In Australia PNG Relations "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

By: Sekinolo Sawala 

Australias relationship with Papua New Guinea continues to be tainted by racism inherent in Australia's predominantly  European society. In many respects, Australia has its doors closed on Papua New Guinea, be it in politics, economics, business, or in social and cultural domains such as sports. 

Australia treats PNG at a different level of cooperation characterized by racially discriminatory attitudes, which is very unbecoming of regional power. It is pretty difficult for a PNG native to enter Australia and access its goods and services which other Pacific Islanders can do with ease. 

Some examples of incidents that come to mind are; 

Papua New Guineans are not at all considered for taking up citizenship in Australia. In other words, PNG remains the least considered country by Australia for awarding citizenship. 

In 2022, there were only 2 native Papua New Guineans, apart from a mixed parentage, playing first-grade rugby in the NRL despite the fact that PNG has a feeder club in Hunters to NRL. On the other hand, other Pacific Islanders are recruited in big numbers, although they don't have a feeder club like PNG does. 

We can give Australians visas on arrival yet they cannot reciprocate. Visa processing for PNG is done in another foreign country away from PNG despite the fact that Australia has the biggest embassy in PNG. Currently, the Australian embassy in Fiji serves visas for  PNG citizens traveling to Australia.

We contribute a small number of Seasonal Workers yet under strict conditions whereas other Pacific Islanders are recruited in big numbers minus the restrictions applied on PNG citizens. 

Business Conferences for PNG Businesses are conducted in Australia rather than in PNG exploiting and depriving PNG of much-needed income created from such events. 

Almost 50 years of Australias Aid has seen little or no impact on the development prospects for PNG as the boomerang aid money continues to be systematically channeled back to Australia. 

The downsizing of PNG'...


Important RBA statement on Australia's banks and interest rates. "IndyWatch Feed National"

It's quite a technical speech from the RBA's Assistant Governor - you might like to give it a miss if monetary policy isn't your thing. ...conditions in global bond markets have been strained recently following the failure of Silicon Valley Bank in the United States. Volatility in Australian financial markets...


France erupts as Macron moves to force through raising the pension age "IndyWatch Feed National"

Contributed by Ben Wilson

French President Emmanuel Macron is facing an enormous backlash against his attempt to force through a rise in the pension age from 62 to 64. Facing the possibility of a loss in the parliament, Macron used the controversial and unpopular 49.3 special powers, which provide the means to avoid a vote. This time he faced the prospect of some of his Renaissance party members crossing the floor.

These powers have been increasingly used since the government lost its majority in the last election in June last year.

Protests against the latest move to increase he pension age were immediate. French citizens hit the streets, and they have gone on since without letup.  In some Cases, notably in the capital Paris, police moved in with batons and shields, and used teargas and water cannon. Similar scenes have been seen in other major cities like Rennes, Nantes, Lyon, Marseille, and Bordeaux.

France pension protests

Video from CNN News 18

Unions have vowed to keep on fighting to protect pension rights that they had fought for in the past.

Justifying the move, Prime Minister lisabeth Borne told the lower house of parliament, known as the National Assembly:

We cannot bet on the future of our pensions and this reform is necessary,

Most French do not agree.

Macron Has threatened to dissolve the Assembly and call new elections. The threat is not likely to materialise because there is a very good chance he would lose.

Protests sweep France after pension reform is forced through by Macron.

Video from, Time



TNPM19690 "IndyWatch Feed National"

21st December 2021 a totial of 2,238 had died from covid-19

Good news at last but not for the 261 families of the lastest victims of the illegal importation of COVID-19. The death toll has slowed down for the moment, but will soon reach and then pass 20,000.

This posting short link:

The last death toll report:


Channel 9 runs analysis of the Tara shootout utilising the Port Arthur script "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

A well-selected Channel 9 team at the oval table reflects the correct amount of bias. The panel was factually misinformed and full of speculation to deflect the real story of the Train family.

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Wisst ihr noch, frher? Wie wir uns ber die Sowjets ... "IndyWatch Feed National"

Wisst ihr noch, frher? Wie wir uns ber die Sowjets lustig gemacht hatten, weil die nur so verkrustete Mumien als Staatschefs hatten?

Nehmt nur den Brechnew! 1906 - 1982. Der war fast 80, als er starb!!

Und sein Nachfolger, Andropow erst. 1914 bis 1984. 70!!

Danach kam dann als letzter vor Gorbatschow Tschernenko. 1911 - 1985. BER SIEBZIG war der!!1!

Daran musste ich denken, als ich dieses aktuelle Foto von Biden sah. Geboren 1942. Der ist jetzt ... 80. Wird im November 81.

Die Mathehochbegabten unter euch werden sofort merken, dass der lter ist als alle Gerontokraten damals bei den Sowjets waren. Die, deren Alter bei uns automatisch dazu gefhrt hat, das Regime insgesamt als undemokratisch abzulehnen. Offensichtlich wrde niemand jemals einen so alten Regierungschef haben wollen!1!! Da kann es also nicht mit rechten Dingen zugegangen sein!!1!

Wie sich die Zeiten doch ndern.

Ich finde aber auffallend, dass Biden nicht nur lter ist sondern auch deutlich lter aussieht als die Sowjets damals. Der sieht aus, als wird er von einem Bauchredner und einem Luftdruckrhrensystem am Leben gehalten. Weia.


Is anything interesting going on on April 12? "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

I want to go out and do something on April 12. I don't know where to look for events other than a quick Google search which yielded no results. Anything interesting/fun going on in Townsville on the date? Thank you!

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Sunday, 19 March


Pastor Brian Houston of Hillsong eats grass. "IndyWatch Feed National"

NEBUCHADNEZZAR EATING GRASS by Australian painter Arthur Boyd



The RoKAF Black Eagles Arrive Back into Rockhampton Airport After Avalon Airshow - 9 KAI T-50B Jets and 2 C-130 Hercules "IndyWatch Feed Qld"

On Friday 10 March, The Republic of Korea (South Korea) Air Force (RoKAF) "Black Eagles" aerobatic team arrived back into Rockhampton Airport for another overnight stop while heading home to South Korea after participating in the Australian International Airshow.

A total of nine of the team's KAI T-50B trainers landed at Rockhampton Airport after flying up from RAAF Base Williamtown.  They had flown into there from Melbourne (Avalon) the previous day.


Bald-faced lies from Biden the Bullshitter "IndyWatch Feed National"

New Internal Revenue Service (IRS) data on individual income taxes for tax year 2020 shows the federal income tax system continues to be progressive as high-income taxpayers pay the highest average income tax rates.[1] Average tax rates for all income groups remained lower in 2020, three years after the Tax...


Bill Thompson Outside Insiders today. "IndyWatch Feed National"

And Part Two - here's Bill's intro: I'm grateful that Laura Tingle was prepared to tolerate an old bloke with a GoPro, again. I also acknowledge that Laura even seemed to refrain from requesting intervention from a security guy who came around behind me... OTOH, I still think their ABC...


Qld Police surround home of Warwick intellectual who apparently shot and killed himself with a gel blaster "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

UPDATED Monday 12.10pm: SHOCKING details have emerged in an interview with the man who talked with a constitutional historian and political adviser Steven Harrison, several hours before he was found dead in Warwick, Queensland, after being subjected overnight to a sonic weapon by Queensland police on Monday, March 13th.

Brett Tunbridge, Queensland state organiser of the Australian Federation Party spoke with Harrison on an encrypted tablet during what police called a seige at Harrisons residence on the Monday. Tunbridge had tried to calm the situation and when he asked police if he could mediate at the site, he was turned down. Harrisons father was also at the seige with police and was also refused access to his son.

Tunbridge said he could understand the police reasoning for refusing access but was alarmed by the use of the sonic weapon which at one stage blasted through the tablets being used by Harrison and himself. He said the noise nearly took my ear out. On Wednesday Harrison shared his experiences with Chris Smith (former Sky News and 2GB host) on TNT Radio.

Tunbridge said the only gun he knew that Harrison possessed was a gel blaster gun used to shoot cans in his backyard. His son had used it with Harrison in his backyard. Tunbridges big question was why police, instead of trying to de-escalate the incident, turned on an acoustic weapon that appears to have driven Harrison to an early grave on Monday morning.

Tunbridge said Harrison initially ignored police after they knocked on his door on Monday night, thinking it was some sort of prank. He had a shower and then went to his bedroom. Police were responding to an anonymous report that Harrison was seen with a sawn-off shotgun. 12 hours later at 8.30am on the Tuesday, police reported him dead with a gunshot wound to the head.

I offered the (police) Area Commander to mediate the situation because I was 100 per cent certain he (Harrison) wouldnt harm me, he told Cairns News. Tunbridge went on to explain that both he and Harrison had encountered the use of sonic weapons at last years big protest rally in Canberra in February.

He said the sound of the sonic weapon could be heard in the background of footage posted by 7News but la...


Western nations importing millions of blacks from failed Marxist states "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

By Lyndesy Symonds

Thank you for the heads up on Afrikaans and Dutch material that that will be increasingly important to Western Counter Revolution especially in the Anglosphere.

These nations are the leaders at this time; therefore I look for the leaders to come from South Africa and The Netherlands- especially the Boere of SA. As you know, this minority population was absolutely smashed in the Boer Wars by the British Empire (the true engine of which was always The City and The Crown of the Judaic Supremacy). Yet within half a century the Broederbond had got Henrik Voerwoerd into power one of the greatest White leaders of the 20th century.

[Digression for all the Liberals who just coughed up a furball] The Architects of Apartheid were Verwoerd and Buthelezi this was fundamentally a stakeholder concept for all SA demographics in terms of a first world economy in which there could be no intrinsic limits because a European population [arguably with the highest cognitive wattage of all European populations] was farming, inventing, designing, producing and building. The Hague ruled in favour of it so deal with it Liberals. The Oppenheimers and their Communist Revolution broke the Verwoerd / Buthelezi system by importing millions of Blacks from all the failed Marxist states of the Communist Revolution in Africa. [Just like all Western nations are doing today].

Jan Lamprecht, a Rhodesian, talks about the Communist sistema and its Jewish control. [ Caution for ex-Liberals in racial rehab this video gets 5 stars for racial awareness ]
The Art of (((Mis-management))) The Biggest Con Job That Has Fooled All Whites Everywhere


D&d groups "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Is there any Dungeons and dragons groups around cairns besides at the wicked goblin? new to the game and most of the times dont fit my schedule

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PODCAST: In play #NorthShoreVotes prompts Matt Kean attack on Helen Conway "IndyWatch Feed National"

IN THE UPCOMING NSW election the Liberal Party is facing a strong challenge from community independent, Helen Conway in the safe seat of North Shore. North Shore is currently held by Felicity Wilson who won 46.6% of the primary vote in 2019. The seat was last held by an independent between 1988 and 1991 when []


Lobby Team from West Papua assures Dalesa of same focus for full MSG Membership "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

Lobby Team from West Papua assures Dalesa of same focus for full MSG Membership

  • By Len Garae
  • Mar 18, 2023

Papua Merderka Leaders of Chiefs Councils of Port Vila Town, Silae Vanua and Tabumamele, Chairman Dalesas Executive and Mr. Rumakiek
By Len Garae

The highest ranking lobby team from all regions of West Papua made up of high chiefs say they and their people support United Liberation Movement of West Papuas (ULMWP) sole application for full membership in the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG).

The team has delivered an assurance to the Chiefs, Government, Civil Society and people of Vanuatu that their people support ULMWPs application word for word.

The confirmation was made in its first discussions with the Chairman of Vanuatu Free West Papua Association (VFWPA), Mr. Job Dalesa and his Executive in Port Vila this week.

They delivered the message following a similar extensive tour of Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Fiji with the same appeal seeking all forms of support from each Melanesian country to support ULMWPs application for full membership of MSG this year.

The assurance by the team that it is carrying the wishes of the people of Mainland West Papua has been welcomed by Chairman Dalesa and his group since it has erased any rumour of disunity by different groups concerning the ULMWP application for full membership of MSG, at this time of the countdown towards the MSG Summit in Port Vila by mid-year.

This was the thorn which was understood to have continued to deny all ULMWPs applications in the past.

Now what this amounts to is a heart throbbing desire for all chiefs backed by a prayer by all churches throughout Melanesia, for all member countries of MSG to grant ULMWP full membership of its God given right to claim its empty chair in the Melanesian body.

The team from West Papua is led by ULMWP Secretary General, Rex Rumakiek, who is based in Australia.

Mr. Rumakiek has been a constant campaigner for West Papua freedom since the 1970s when Vanuatu was still a British/French colony.


2) Fiji shines on ULMWP
By Len Garae Mar 18, 2023

Mr. Morris Kaloran, the Interim Dep...


Melbourne art? "IndyWatch Feed National"

One way the city has made the streets more interesting is birds. Digital birds. Heres what its about. Julian O'Shea (@julianoshea) March 17, 2023


You Were Warned "IndyWatch Feed National"

The late Shane Warne, Australian Sports Legend

J.G. Olsen / Financial Expositor

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Property for sale "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Just wondering if anyone in the Cairns area knows of a property that may be for sale that has a business attached? Looking for land size of 5 acres or more and within an hour of Cairns. Preferably on the coastal plain and up to $1.2 mil

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Peter Low altitude flyer Costello throws Nines journalists under a bus to attack Paul Keating "IndyWatch Feed National"

Australias old media is fighting an internal civil war trying to justify their cheerleader style of reporting federal politics. In this case, its regarding Australias highly questionable $368 billion expenditure on submarines. []


Left-handers who played guitar upside down "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Guitars are made so that the lowest of the six strings is at the top, and the highest string is at the bottom. That way, the scales and chords can easily be formed and played. That only works for a right-handed player. Left-handed guitars are built the other way round, so that the neck points to the left and the strings are in the correct order.

But take a look at some of the most famous left-handed guitar players. Theyre playing right-handed guitars. Jimi Hendrix is the best known example, but there are many others, including Kurt Cobain, Bobby Womack, and blues great Albert King.

They probably learned to play on borrowed right-handed instruments, or were given one by well meaning relatives who didnt know lefties needed their own purpose-built guitar. Once they were successful, they could afford a left-handed guitar, but some never made the switch, and some never reversed the strings, teaching themselves to play entirely upside down.


Hospitality work in Cairns? Think again "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Im a UK citizen whos recently moved to Australia on the 417 visa. Having had a look at the requirements to complete my 88 days required work, I saw that hospitality in northern Australia would fit the bill and be pretty chill comparative to farm work.

Me and my GF have been in Cairns for 10 days, applying for jobs and have had virtually no responses from most employers in the hospitality sector.

My GF did manage to land an interview today for bar work at a restaurant in trinity beach. The guy who interviewed her said over 150 people had applied for that one role which I thought was crazy!

Were now thinking of going to Atherton/Mareeba to find farm work because hospitality in Cairns seems like a total non-starter.

My question is does Cairns hospitality scene pick up in May like weve heard? Or is it likely visa holders will continue to flock here and create a surplus of hospitality workers looking for jobs?

Also, the accommodation is very difficult to find, renting even a single room long term seems to be expensive and scarce. Is this the norm on cairns or were things different before COVID?

UPDATE: thanks for all your local wisdom and advice, at the moment were thinking of leaving Cairns as accommodation is too expensive.

We also dont currently have a car and need to work and save up money for a while to afford one (kind of a catch 22).

The plan is to move south via public transport and stop at towns along the way, stay for a few days and try to find work. If nothing comes up then move to the next and so on.

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Saturday, 18 March


'Unfathomable': Millions of dead fish blanket river near Menindee, Australia in latest mass kill "IndyWatch Feed National"

Millions of fish have died in another mass kill in the lower Darling-Baaka river near Menindee, in New South West's far west. Photos supplied by Menindee residents show dead fish - mostly bony bream, but also Murray cod, golden perch, silver perch and carp - blanketed across the river's surface. It is the latest in a series of large-scale fish deaths that have prompted questions about the management of water levels in the Murray-Darling Basin. Menindee residents who spoke with Guardian Australia on Friday said the latest fish kill appeared larger than previous mass deaths. About a million fish died during a sustained drought in the same area in 2019 after a rapid drop in temperature led to an algal bloom de-oxygenating the river. Resident Graeme McCrabb said the scale of the mass kill on Friday was "unfathomable". "It's horrendous here today," he said, speaking from the riverbank about 5km upstream of Menindee. "The river is just white. I'm looking at probably a kilometre or a...


Smart ticketing expands in Victoria and Queensland "IndyWatch Feed National"

One step closer to a biometric prison. Photo: QRN


Train commuters in Brisbane can now use smart ticketing when travelling on the airport line, while Melbourne customers will see the introduction of a best practice system to replace Myki by the end of 2023.

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Svali- In 2002, Illuminati Defector Predicted Financial Collapse "IndyWatch Feed National"

<p><h1 style="text-align: center;"> March 17, 2023</h1> <div><i><b>The Illuminati has planned first for a financial collapse that will make the great depression look like a picnic.<br></b></i></div> <div><b>Svalis revelations </b><b>almost 20 years ago </b><b>of a well organized Satanist conspiracy add a new dimension to current events. How much is pertinent today in your view?</b></div> <div><b>It is hard to accept Svalis assertion that the Illuminati is </b><b>Aryan supremacist (German is spoken at the top) but welcomes Jewish apostates. Also, hard to believe her assertion, there is no Marxism in the cult and they hate Israel and hope one day to see it destroyed. Nonetheless, many other assertions like the Nazis being Illuminati, and the CIA-Freemason connection, ring true. </b></div> <div><b> </b></div> <div><b>In light of the covid scam, her revelation that the Illuminati have prepared for martial law may be significant: </b> <i></i><i>The United States has been divided up into seven major geographical regions. <b>Each region has localities within it that contain military compounds and bases that are hidden in remote, isolated areas or on large private estates.</b></i></div> <p><i>These bases are used intermittently to teach and train generational Illuminati in military techniques, hand- to- hand combat, crowd control, use of arms, and all aspects of military warfare. <b>Why? Because the Illuminists believe that our government, as we know it, as well as the governments of most nations around the world, are destined to collapse.</b></i></p> <div><b>Related-</b> <a href= ""> Fiona Barnett- Satanic Black Magic Rules the World</a></div> <div>-  <a href= ""> Australian Adept Unveiled World Satanic Control</a></div> <div><i><b> </b></i></div> <div style="text-align: left;"> <h2 style="text-align: center;"><b>By Henry Makow PhD</b> <i><b> from Oct 14, 2002 & July 4, 2021

If you detect the devils hand</b> in current events, you may be closer to the truth than you think.</p> <p>A woman who was raised in the Illuminati cult describes a powerful secret organization comprising one percent of the U.S. population that has infiltrated all social institutions and is covertly preparing a military takeover. Her revelations cast the war on terror and homeland security in a new light.</p> </div> <p> </p> <p>&a...


Children Dying at Highest Rate in Decades, Researchers Warn "IndyWatch Feed National"

Frank Bergman Slay News March 17, 2023

Researchers are raising the alarm after a bombshell new study revealed that American teens and young children are dying at the highest levels seen in decades.

The studys findings were published this week in the world-renowned Journal of the American Medical Association.

The researchers found that the mortality rate for minors aged 1 through 19 soared by almost 20% between 2020 and 2022.

As the study notes, this alarming spike cannot be ascribed to the COVID-19 virus.

As Slay News has been reporting, America and other nations around the world have seen sudden death rates skyrocket for all ages over the last couple of years.

Lawmakers in Japan have just revealed that the country is now suffering the highest number of excess deaths since World War 2.

Last summer, a data study found that the average life expectancy in America had dropped significantly for the second year in a row.

According to data collected by the National Center for Health Statistics, the average American was expected at birth to live to 78 years and 10 months in 2019.

That figure dropped to 77 years in 2020.

In 2022, the life expectancy for the U.S. population stood at 76 years and one month.

The life expectancy for Americans is now at the lowest age since 1996.

Not only are American geriatrics dying younger on average, but the nations youth are dying with greater frequency.

Prior to 2020, the trend saw life expectancy lengthen every year over the course of the 20th century.

Between 2019 and the end of 2021, the mortality rate for youths aged 1 through 19 increased by 19%.

Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and the University of Washingtons department of epidemiology noted that while persons ages 10-19 were driving the spike in the pediatric mortality rate, all-cause mortality also jumped by 8.4% in children ages 1-9 in 2021.

Babies under one-year-old were standouts, however, having not suffered an increase in mortality.

Some may argue that the spike is due to children dying from Covid due to the timeline.

However, the researchers noted that this reversal in the pediatric mortality trajectory was caused not....


DOD spends nearly $50 million a year 'to do nothing' with Trump's border wall materials, drawing GOP backlash "IndyWatch Feed National"

DOD spends nearly $50 million a year 'to do nothing' with Trump's border wall materials, drawing GOP backlash --DOD is spending around $130,000 a day to store materials after Biden canceled Trump's border wall construction project | 16 March 2023 | The Biden administration spends about $130,000 per day to store and maintain unused border wall panels at the southern border, and Senate Republicans are demanding answers. Republican members of the Senate Armed Forces Committee -- using details provided to them in a request for information to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) -- sent a letter Wednesday evening to the Defense Department asking why nearly $50 million is being spent each year to store the Trump-era border materials. Led by ranking member Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and signed by Texas Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, along with nearly every other Republican on the committee, the senators wrote that they "are disturbed to learn the Department of Defense is paying private landowners to store border wall materials procured under the Trump Administration instead of fortifying the southern border with those materials."


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President Xis Russia Trip a Highly Expected Event: Global Times Editorial

By Global Times

Mar 18, 2023 12:45 AM

The national flags of China and Russia are seen on Red Square, Moscow. Photo: Xinhua

At the invitation of President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation, Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to Russia from March 20 to 22. After the visit in 2013, once again, Xi has made Russia the destination of his first overseas trip after being elected as Chinese president. The Russia tour will further deepen strategic mutual trust and mutually beneficial cooperation between China and Russia, which will not only benefit the two countries and their peoples, but also bring more certainty to the international community amid numerous risks. It will be a trip of peace, friendship and cooperation. 

Against the backdrop of the escalating Ukraine crisis and intensifying geopolitical tensions worldwide, the visit has attracted special attention from the international community and in the realm of public opinion. The news, when it was released on Friday afternoon, immediately sparked extensive interpretation and analysis, with many reports focusing on what role this visit will play in promoting peace talks and negotiations in the Ukraine crisis. The expectations from the international community toward China's head-of-state diplomacy can be strongly felt.

It should be pointed out that the Chinese and Russian heads of state have maintained a deep personal friendship and frequent interactions, and it is customary for the leaders of the two countries to visit each other every year. This visit falls within the scope of bilateral relations between China and Russia, and the focus is on further promoting and leading the continuous high-level development of the bilateral relationship. In other words, with or without the Ukraine crisis, the leaders of China and Russia will maintain normal exchanges and interactions. Fundamentally speaking, this is because the two countries have established a solid political, economic, and cultural foundatio...


Australian Dollar and Bitcoin "IndyWatch Feed National"

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Why has so little been said in the Australian Parliament about Julian Assange? "IndyWatch Feed National"

The following article has been adapted from the handed out at the weekly Vigil for Julian Assange in the evening of Friday 17 March 2023 at Melbourne's Flinders Street Station: Julian Assange, the multiple award-winning Australian journalist, has been imprisoned in solitary confinement for 23 hours per day in London's Belmarsh prison since April 2019 - almost four years ago. This followed almost seven years in which, to avoid extradition to the United States, Assange had to remain confined to within the small spaces of the Equadorian Embassy where he had been granted asylum.

In all, Julian Assange has been confined for almost 11 years, when he has broken no Australian law and no British law and, as has has been admitted by the US military, no life has ever been endangered as a consequence of any of his Wikileaks' publications.

Now, Assange is subject to a ruling that he be extradited to the United States, to face trial for his supposed breech of the 1917 Espionage act when he is not even a citizen of the US nor has ever been there. There is no way that any fairly selected jury, nor any judge with integrity, would have made any of these rulings. Only a thoroughly corrupt judge under direct orders from the British government would have been capable.

In the US, Assange is to face trial, not before the Supreme court, nor before any of the US district courts, but before a kangaroo court, otherwise known as the Grand Jury of the eastern district of Virginia. Due to demographics, jurors there tend to be comprised of either employees of the CIA, the NSA and other intelligence agencies which have their national headquarters nearby, or their relatives.

The Grand Jury has, on nearly every occasion, found the accused guilty. The chance of Assange not being found guilty of "endangering US national security" by this court is nil. Once convicted, he will be sentenced to imprisonment in solitary confinement in conditions even worse than the worst he has been made to endure at Belmarsh, for the rest of his life. Julian Assange has said himself that he would consider such a fate worse than death.

How could any capable person of good-will not be outraged and disgusted by this? How could any good person not be resolved to use means available to them to free Julian Assange from this?

In fact, as Australian PM Anthony Albanese surely realises, this treatment of Assange is clearly in violation of both UK law and international law, and the plans by the Grand Jury to convict Assange clearly violate the First Amendment to th...


Australian renewable energy transition. Part 3 "IndyWatch Feed National"

The known solutions are expensive, but the renewable sector doesnt want to pay for them their mantra remains that renewables are cheaper than fossil fuels so the others should pay for them hiding the expense.

The post Australian renewable energy transition. Part 3 first appeared on Watts Up With That?.


New OpenAI chatbot GPT-4 still shows leftist bias "IndyWatch Feed National"

Back in December, I noted that OpenAI's much-heralded chatbot "Chat GPT" appeared to be politically biased - not surprisingly, against conservatives. "Wokeness-studies" researcher David Rozado gave Chat GPT four separate political orientation tests, and in all four cases it came out as broadly progressive. For example: when asked, "How much do White people benefit from advantages in society that Black people do not have?", the AI answered, "A great deal". Fast forward three and half months, and OpenAI have just released a political bias as its predecessor? Rozado had a look.


Iraq war: 20 years later and no lessons learned by war's proponents, experts say "IndyWatch Feed National"

Iraq war: 20 years later and no lessons learned by war's proponents, experts say

Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq, foreign policy experts warn 'absolutely it could happen again'
MEE staff Fri, 03/17/2023 - 20:20
An Iraqi woman looks on as a US soldier secures the Chikuk complex in the Kadhimiya district of northwest Baghdad, on 21 July 2009.
An Iraqi woman looks on as a US soldier secures the Chikuk complex in the Kadhimiya district of northwest Baghdad, on 21 July 2009 (AFP)

Looking back at the past two decades since the US invasion of Iraq in March 2003, foreign policy experts warn that Washington has learned few lessons since then, and the lack of accountability for the war's proponents has created an environment where a similar American-led war could occur.

"My basic answer to the question of 'could it happen again?' is for sure, absolutely it could happen again," Ahsan Butt, an associate professor at George Mason University, said during a panel hosted on Thursday by the Cato Institute in Washington.

"The real lessons of the Iraq war really haven't been learned."

'The real lessons of the Iraq War really haven't been learned'

- Ahsan Butt, George Mason University

In the leadup to the US invasion of Iraq, top officials in the American government, including former President George Bush, said that Saddam Hussein was in possession of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs).

They cited US intelligence, including on the basis of information from a now-discredited Iraqi opposition group, which turned out to be false. Nevertheless, Washington launched an invasion with little opposition from Congress, leading to a war that killed hundreds of thousands of people in Iraq, and later in Syria.

And leading up to the invasion, there was near unanimous support for the war in Washington, with few news outlets - wit...


The U.S. and UKs Submarine Deal Crosses Nuclear Red Lines with Australia "IndyWatch Feed National"

By Prabir Purkayastha, World BEYOND War, Macrh 17, 2023

The recent Australia, U.S., and UK $368 billion deal on buying nuclear submarines has been termed by Paul Keating, a former Australian prime minister, as the worst deal in all history. It commits Australia to buy conventionally armed, nuclear-powered submarines that will be delivered in the early 2040s. These will be based on new nuclear reactor designs yet to be developed by the UK. Meanwhile, starting from the 2030s, pending approval from the U.S. Congress, the United States intends to sell Australia three Virginia class submarines, with the potential to sell up to two more if needed (Trilateral Australia-UK-U.S. Partnership on Nuclear-Powered Submarines, March 13, 2023; emphasis mine). According to the details, it appears that this agreement commits Australia to buy from the U.S. eight new nuclear submarines, to be delivered from the 2040s through the end of the 2050s. If nuclear submarines were so crucial for Australias security, for which it broke its existing diesel-powered submarine deal with France, this agreement provides no credible answers.

For those who have been following the nuclear proliferation issues, the deal raises a different red flag. If submarine nuclear reactor technology and weapons-grade (highly enriched) uranium are shared with Australia, it is a breach of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) to which Australia is...


Former Australian prime minister says AUKUS submarine deal about ensuring US hegemony in Asia "IndyWatch Feed National"


Former Australian prime minister says AUKUS submarine deal about ensuring US hegemony in Asia


Mendacity: Biden claims high school gay marriage 'epiphany' despite voting record "IndyWatch Feed National"

President Biden has said he experienced an "epiphany" while in high school that led him to support gay marriage but his voting record as a senator and remarks made over the following decades suggest otherwise. Biden, 80, was asked during an interview Monday byThe Daily Show host Kal Penn about his evolving views on same-sex marriage and how the federal government could protect LGBTQ Americans. The president answered Penn, "I can remember exactly where my epiphany was" before launching into a story about his father dropping him off when he was a high school senior. "I remember about to get out of the car and I look to my right and two well-dressed men in suits kissed each other. ... And I'll never forget it, I turned and looked at my dad and he said, 'Joey, it's simple. They love each other,'" Biden recalled.


The Not-So-Winding Road from Iraq to Ukraine "IndyWatch Feed National"

U.S. soldiers breaking into a home in Baquba, Iraq, in 2008   Photo: Reuters
March 19 marks the 20th anniversary of the U.S. and British invasion of Iraq. This seminal event in the short history of the 21st century not only continues to plague Iraqi society to this day, but it also looms large over the current crisis in Ukraine, making it impossible for most of the Global South to see the war in Ukraine through the same prism as U.S. and Western politicians.
While the U.S. was able to strong-arm 49 countries, including many in the Global South, to join its coalition of the willing to support invading the sovereign nation of Iraq, only the U.K., Australia, Denmark and Poland actually contributed troops to the invasion force, and the past 20 years of disastrous interventions have taught many nations not to hitch their wagons to the faltering U.S. empire.


Papua 2019 anti-racism rally planned as peaceful protest "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

Papua 2019 anti-racism rally planned as peaceful protest
News Desk Viktor Yeimos Treason Trial
17 March 2023

Jayapura, Jubi The Jayapura District Court on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, continued the trial of treason against Viktor Yeimo, the international spokesperson of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB). In Wednesdays hearing, activists Alexander Gobai and Ones Busop, who were presented as mitigating witnesses, said that the 2019 anti-racism protest which dragged Yeimo to court, was planned as a peaceful action.

Both also said that Viktor Yeimo and KNPB were not the ones who planned or mobilized the mass in Jayapura City on August 19 and 29, 2019. The protest was a response to racial slurs directed at Papuan students at the Kamasan III Papuan Student Dormitory in Surabaya on August 16, 2019.

Yeimos trial is now led by a panel of judges chaired by chief judge Mathius with member judges Andi Asmuruf and Linn Carol Hamadi.

Alexander Gobai was the field coordinator of the anti-racism protest on August 19 and August 29, 2019. At the time, he was the Student President of the University of Science and Technology Jayapura (USTJ). While Ones Busop was involved in a meeting to plan the protest on August 29, 2019. Busop was then one of the USTJ Student Executive Board (BEM) administrators.

Gobai said that in the meeting, everybody agreed to hold a peaceful and dignified protest. He said the planning was carried out at the Cenderawasih University Big Family Building in Perumnas 3 Waena on August 18, 2019.

Gobai said the meeting was coordinated by the Student Executive Board (BEM) of Cenderawasih University and attended by BEM USTJ, BEM STIKOM, BEM Umel Mandiri, BEM Ottow and Geissler, and BEM Yapis University.

A number of activists of Cipayung Group organizations such as the Islamic Student Association (HMI), the Indonesian Catholic Student Association (PMKRI), the Indonesian Christian Student Movement (GMKI) were also present. Gobai testified that neither KNPB nor Viktor Yeimo was involved in planning the action.

According to Gobai, all representatives who attended the meeting on August 18, 2019 agreed to hold a peaceful long march to the office of the Papua Governor. The meeting also agreed to voice a number of demands, such as calling for prosecution against racist perpetrators in Surabaya and asking all parties to stop racism against Papuan people.

He said that a notification lett...

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