2023/02/10th  – War Crimes Tribunals started – State Actors


War Crimes Tribunals started – State Actors  Item 1


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1a – War Crimes Tribunals started! State Actors! Twit peeps work at CISA. DOJ Subpoenaed


1b – DeSantis Declares All-Out War on University DEI, CRT in Education Manifesto

Washington Stand Feb 10

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) last Tuesday rolled out a new education agenda designed to comprehensively recapture the state’s higher education system from woke ideologues. Instead, he set forth a conservative vision for a higher education system: “to focus on promoting academic excellence, the pursuit of truth, and to give students the foundation so they can think for themselves.” The proposals affect curriculum, faculty, funding, and more.

‘Don’t Do This to Kids’: State Hearings on Gender Transitions for Minors Draw Large Crowds 

by Chantel Hoyt

The contentious debate surrounding gender transition procedures for minors continued unabated in statehouses across the nation this week, with several states moving bills meant to shield youth from the physical and emotional harms of such procedures

Congress Investigates Twitter’s Speech Suppression 

by Jared Bridges

According to a former Twitter executive, restrictions on speech facilitate more speech. In his opening remarks Wednesday to the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, former Twitter global head of trust and safety Yoel Roth, said, “Unrestricted free speech, paradoxically, results in less speech, not more.”

Scott: Biden ‘Lied’ about GOP Wanting to Cut Social Security and Medicare

by Dan Hart

During his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Biden asserted that “some Republicans want Medicare and Social Security to sunset.” A chorus of GOP lawmakers, including Senator Rick Scott (R-Fla.) are fiercely disputing the claim, pointing out that as a U.S. senator, Biden himself supported cuts in the social welfare programs.

1c – Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla gets confronted again


1d – Dr Phil just woke up



2 – Modern chat Father and son 

     What’s the solution ?  – Home Schooling if you love your kids



3 – Ben Fordham the sell out on live radio speaking to a troll page on Twitter “cooker watch



4 – Did the NWO use HAARP to Punish Turkey

At the end of January 2023, talks between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Swedish Government detonated. In order to be accepted into NATO, Sweden and Finland needed the vote from Turkey. But talks disintegrated after a Swedish-Danish politician set fire to the Quran in front of the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm. After Erdogan’s declaration Turkey and Northern Syria were devastated by a series of earthquakes in southern Turkey with a death toll that has reached over 11,000.


5 – The Voice is about to emerge in Sth Aust – the people had no say



6a -The win-win solution for Australia Post and unbanked communities is a government postal bank

Following the news of Australia Post forecasting a full-year loss, it’s time to implement the win-win solution that will secure postal and banking services for all Australians. Australia Post’s commercial pressures are being blamed on the drop in letters, but there is another pressure that must be investigated—the cost of providing banking services.

The Albanese government is allowing Australia Post and three of the Big Four banks—CBA, NAB, and Westpac—to keep secret how much the banks are paying for their customers to access the Bank@Post service. In 2018, then-Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate announced, to much fanfare, a deal whereby each bank agreed to pay Australia Post an annual $20 million Community Representation Fee for their customers to bank at post offices.

However, when those banks renewed the deal in 2021 and 2022, they refused to disclose how much they had paid, calling the amount “commercial in confidence”. In the 23 November 2022 Senate Question Time, Senator Pauline Hanson asked Senator Murray Watt, who was representing the Communications Minister, how much the banks had paid:

“In 2018, then-Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate secured a deal with the CBA, NAB and Westpac to pay $20 million each every year as a representation fee to serve their customers at Bank@Post. Will the minister confirm that this fee has been halved in the new agreement to $10 million a year each?” Senator Watt took the question on notice, but the next day replied, in writing, that “details in relation to individual agreements are commercial in confidence”.

Why should this deal with the taxpayer-owned Australia Post be secret? Why is it commercial in confidence now, when it wasn’t in 2018, unless the renewed deal is short-changing post offices?

Taxpayers subsidising branch services

Not only are the banks short-changing Australia Post at a time of rising cost pressures on postal services, they are also on a branch-closure spree, forcing more people to bank at the post office than ever before. In fact, the banks are explicitly justifying their branch closures on the basis that the Bank@Post service is there for their customers to use. In other words, the taxpayers who own Australia Post, and the hard-working licensees who run most post offices as small businesses, are increasingly subsidising the banks’ branch services.

On top of that, the banks put restrictions on the services available through Bank@Post that they don’t have at branches, such as limits on cash deposits and withdrawals, and then they turn around and charge their customers hefty fees for using Bank@Post, sometimes more than $4 per transaction. Post offices aren’t charging those fees; the banks are, but it’s the post offices providing the service! Shockingly, when Australia Banking Association CEO Anna Bligh was interviewed by Deborah Knight on 2GB Afternoons on 9 February, she didn’t know that her banks charge their customers fees for using Bank@Post.

Repeat of Anna Bligh justifying Bank Closures  (from yesterday’s post)

Justifying branch closures, Bligh said to Knight: “It’s really important for your listeners to know that banks pay Australia Post to provide banking service, basic banking service…” “But you get charged a fee to use that service”, Knight interjected. After a pregnant pause, Bligh replied, “That’s not my understanding. I’m happy to be proved wrong on it, but as I said, banks actually—maybe that fee goes back to Australia Post—but banks…”

Knight: “But you as a customer are charged a fee.”

Bligh: “I don’t know that that’s going to banks, because banks pay Aussie Post…”

This is shocking ignorance from the banks’ chief lobbyist. The service post offices provide with Bank@Post is a good service, but is notorious for its hefty fees which the banks justify on the basis that the customers should be charged for using face-to-face services, even though the banks aren’t providing the service, the small business post office licensees are! And while the fat cat banks, rolling in massive profits, are pocketing those hefty fees, they have also cut back what they pay Australia Post to provide the service in the first place—and the government is letting them keep it secret behind the lie of “commercial in confidence”.

Get mad! Government post office bank

There is a solution to the banks not wanting to serve their customers and screwing Australia Post and its licensees, and the solution is the banks’ worst nightmare: Re-establish a government bank, like the original Commonwealth Bank, as a public postal bank to operate through all post offices in Australia.

One suggestion is that it should be called Citizens Bank. The bank would:

  • provide full deposit and loan services to all communities, face to face;

  • guarantee access to cash and support the cash payments system so the private banks won’t be able to force everyone to go cashless;

  • guarantee the savings of everyone who deposits in the bank;

  • not discriminate against any lawful business, as the private banks do through “de-banking”;

  • operate cheaply as it will use the post offices as branches, which cost savings can be passed on to customers through lower interest rates etc;

  • properly compensate Australia Post and the LPOs from the revenue the bank generates, which will make postal services viable again; and, most importantly

  • force the Big Four banks to truly compete, having them in terror that if they continue to close branches and fleece their customers they will lose all of their customers to the public bank.

This week the Senate established an inquiry into the banks closing regional branches, which will consider solutions. The government post office bank is the win-win solution. The Citizens Party will advocate for this solution to the inquiry, and calls on all Australians to support the fight to get this solution passed.

Click here to sign the Citizens Party’s petition for a post office people’s bank.

Click here to join the Citizens Party as a member.

Click here to refer others to receive regular email updates from the Citizens Party.


7 – Fastest jet plane SR-71 Blackbird proves the Earth isn’t a ball.

It’s record flight NY to London in under 2 hours  Distance 3459 miles  Curvature if we lived on the Globe Earth would be 1298 miles. That would mean it would need to dive over 650 miles in an hour or over 10 miles every minute



8 – FYI 


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