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The ‘civilised world’ is methodically mass-murdering all who disagree with the control-pollute-destroy mentality. 5G is the current weapon but if you look at www.znews.tv you will see or be reminded the methods are many.

In our Australia there is a superabundance of natural gas, which could be made available to every house and car on the eastern seaboard for about one cent a litre.

Numerous people in senior official positions, including the third most powerful person in the Australian federal parliament, have told me in person or on the phone that: 1. we could run the government without any taxation but the banks would not allow it; 2. there is no limit to the amount of credit the trading banks can create from nothing; 3. banking is fraud; 4. in the High Court we always find for the banks; 5. paying income tax is voluntary.

Isn’t it time to drop our trivial separations and together address the actual situation we have in our fragile extinction-headed biosphere by demanding the top priority is caring for each other and our planet rather than pay our governments to create terrorism?

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  1. The third most powerful person? Banks want taxation? Considering how little they pay? CSG everywhere? I’m confused on the argument, especially as it’s about 5G. Read old articles about threat of 2G and 3G but 4G okay?

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