DROCONIAN  MOSSAD STYLE with  Hollywood effects.





British SIS/ASIO planning a terrorist attack on Australia?

As things presently stand, a near-term terrorist attack upon Australian soil is almost guaranteed. Why? Is it because there are so many terrorists out there, whether home-grown or returning from Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan or elsewhere, such that at least “one lone wolf” is bound to “slip through”? No! It is because the British Crown and the City of London, which control the British and Australian intelligence services, intend for such an attack to occur. And, right on cue, legislation now pending in the Australian parliament will grant virtual immunity to any Australian officials who orchestrate or participate in such an attack.


Sydney siege inquest: What role did ASIO play?

The inquest now under way into the 15 December hostage siege at Sydney’s Martin Place, must focus on ASIO’s extensive dealings with Sydney hostage-taker Man Haron Monis over many years, and the role the agency itself played in the handling of the siege. And it must take testimony from former Guantanamo Bay detainee Mamdouh Habib. Habib has of course had his own extensive history with ASIO and its methods over 20 years, including the fact that ASIO helped render him to Egypt in 2001 to be tortured. But he also personally knew Monis well since 2007; knew of Monis’s interactions with ASIO since then; and had high-level discussions with both Federal and State authorities during the siege itself in which he offered to help end the event without bloodshed. His offer was inexplicably turned down.


Possible False Flag Attack in Sydney

Armed men have hostages in the Lindt cafe in Sydney’s Martin Place in the CBD. MSM is saying a black flag with “Islamic” writing on it was held at the window and people were seen with their “hands in the air”.


Problem, Reaction & Solution:

Recently Australian government intelligence agencies such as ASIO & ASIS have been pushing for greater powers when it comes to spying, intelligence gathering and yes, even torture. Attorney General George Brandis has been seeking approval via a Bill Amendment to protect those involved in covert ops from litigation.


Hostage Shot By Police

In this special 2-hour episode of the Australian Roundtable, Ethan and Johnno are joined by special guest guest, Zac, as the trio discuss: Adam Koessler’s recent arrest for the use of medicinal cannabis to treat his child; ‘Sydney Siege’ update (‘hostage shot by police’); more ‘terror raids’ in Australia (minus the terrorists); attempts to ban anti-vacc speaker from Australian shores; broad discussion on the Paris Event incl Aus MSM coverage thereof, evidence that the event was staged, and ‘qui bono’ – who benefits?


Episode #11 (21-Dec-14) [‘Sydney Siege’ special]

In this special 2-hour episode of the Australian Roundtable, Ethan and Johnno discuss a range of topics related to the ‘Sydney Siege’: The legislative and recent historical context of events in Australia leading up to the incident; MSM coverage on the day of the ‘Siege’; Other significant events which were drowned out of the MSM by the event; Tessa Kum of the ‘illridewithyou’ hashtag; Inconsistencies of the Official Story, and much more.


Episode #12 (28-Dec-2014) [‘Sydney Siege’ special – Part II]

In this special 2-hour episode of the Australian Roundtable, Ethan and Johnno continue their discussion about the ‘Sydney Siege’ and look back on the year of 2014. Sub-segments on the ‘Siege’ include: Channel 7’s cover story about the ‘sniper’; initial ‘eye witness’ accounts of the event; anti-gun rights propaganda; Ken Johnson (the grinning father); Martin Place and The Matrix. General discussion topics include: Grant Denyer and news actors; surveillance state and gov/media propaganda; ZeeklyTV and Informed Planet; 2014: Year in review.



Rocks smash bullet proof glass

Sydney’s Lindt Cafe struck by rock-throwing vandals, months after reopening

Former NBL player Luke Martin has appeared in court after being charged over the vandalism of the Lindt Cafe in Sydney’s Martin Place and the assault of two police officers. Martin, 34, was refused bail after facing Central Local Court today charged with multiple offences, including malicious damage and assault.



Security Expert: Police Botched Sydney Siege

DECEMBER 16, 2014

Global security expert Joe Siracusa has accused AFP officers of mishandling the hostage crisis in Sydney overnight.

In an interview on ABC Breakfast News this morning, Prof Siracusa from RMIT criticised the AFP for not taking a “kill shot” earlier when it became known that the perpetrator was well known to police and had a history of violence and sexual assault.