"Covid is critical because this is what convinces people to accept to legitimize total biometric surveillance. We need to not just monitor people, we need to monitor what’s happening under their skin”pic.twitter.com/qoPKVGxR7d
Do you want to stop the epidemic, Yuval Noah Hariri brings in the narrative of the dystopian New World Order. Completely intrusive. Far worse than totalitarian control. Those running this global scenario are revealing their own pathology.
The real divine powers is to become nothing. Those who seek quasi God status is about the ego that wants to control it all.. It is not possible and for those engaged in this, a wake up call is here.
This is a video called 2000 Mules which shows how the postal votes are being rorted. I wondered when Australia went to postal votes if this was open to rigging. This film reveals how deep the deception goes.
I do not vote for corporate fiction or corruption. I vote for truth and respect.
The truth is emerging in 2022 as we venture down the rabbit hole to find this goes deep.
This was censored on YouTube.
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This edict for terrestrial media seems to bias social media. The issue with big Tech is there influence on elections, algorithms influencing people by up to 80% of undecided. I have concerns about the ethics behind this.
I have realised that elections are no longer free and fair.
Election blackout periods
You cannot broadcast election ads on TV or radio during election s.
You cannot broadcast any election ads from the end of the Wednesday before polling day until the close of the poll on polling day. This rule applies to general elections and by-elections for the state, territory and federal Parliaments. It does not apply to local government elections.
The blackout period only applies to broadcasters. Online services and print media can still publish election ads during the blackout period.
Current blackout periods
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federal, including by-elections
From 12 am Thursday 19 May 2022, all radio and TV licensees are prohibited by the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 from showing any election advertisements ahead of the Federal election, to be held on Saturday 21 May 2022. The blackout lasts until the polls close at 6 pm that Saturday.
The election advertising blackout applies to all licensed services, including:
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The election advertising blackout only applies to broadcasters. It does not include online services and print media.
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