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Saturday, 22 July


New Zealands leading magazine on The Palestine Laboratory "IndyWatch Feed National"

Ive just returned from a week-long book tour in New Zealand for The Palestine Laboratory. 4 cities in 5 days, I spoke at packed public events, engaged with journalists and politicians, met huge numbers of Palestine activists and visited the Christchurch mosque where 51 Muslims were massacred in 2019. I wanted to pay my respects.

The countrys leading weekly magazine, The Listener, published a 3-page spread about my work and book:

Heres the PDF of the story: Writers uncomfortable truth about Israels battle-tested weapons tested on occupied Palestinians NZ Herald

In th...


Jewish Voice for Labour embraces the Palestine lab "IndyWatch Feed National"

A great review of my new book, The Palestine Laboratory, by Andrew Hornung for the UKs Jewish Voice for Labour:

Loewensteins great contribution is to pull together a vast trove of information about this sector, its activities, its origins, its power and its effects. The books central idea, reflected in its title, is that Israels expertise in this area indeed, its Unique Selling Point derives from its use as a tool in supressing the struggle for Palestinian rights, in particular in the Occupied Territories. If facial recognition technology can be successfully used in Hebron to monitor Palestinians, why not use it in South America, in Myanmar or Uganda?

Read the whole thing: The Palestine Laboratory: How Israel exports the technology of occupation around the world | Jewish


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Housing development in Bright facing strong community opposition "IndyWatch Feed Gippsland"

Many regional areas are in danger of being developed to death as people move from major cities, seeking a Tree or Sea Change. From coastal areas like the Bellarine Peninsula to the Otways, to valley towns in north eastern Victoria, people are flocking to regional centres close to attractive places. The covid lockdowns allowed many people to transition to online work, which has further driven the trend towards relocating in regional areas. This is, of course, causing many problems as farmland and remnant vegetation is swallowed up (usually) by low density sprawl, with growing demands for water supplies and waste treatment, and growing demands on local community services like healthcare and schools.

This is playing out in many areas, including Bright in north eastern Victoria.

There is a subdivision and development plan that is currently being considered by the Alpine Council which has been submitted by a Melbourne development company (Deague Group) called the Great Alpine Road Development. The development will fill in a large open area on the right entry point to the town when driving from Myrtleford. Initially concerns focused on the fact that some of the significant gateway trees at the entry to town would need to be cut down. But there are also deeper concerns about whether it would represent overdevelopment of the town. Many residents of Bright say this development, if allowed to proceed, will change the character of the township and the iconic entrance gateway forever.

In a statement by local residents, Leanne Boyd speaking for the group says:

Residents of Bright feel let down by the Council not putting in place the appropriate planning controls and checks and balances including social and physical infrastructure that would support the community.

Instead, there are more loose ends that have not been properly considered which will result in substantial costs being borne by the local community.

This is unfair and unreasonable.

The development plan lacks the level of detail to give confidence in both the developer and what will be built and how the community will be better served as a result of this development proposal being approved.

As residents, we dont know how Council got into this mess.



Notes From The Cafe The Enslaved, 2024, War, Law and the FBI "IndyWatch Feed National"

Adapted satire (L) pic by Chip Somodevilla

[A series of emails from G5]

by G5

Future View (2024)

The current round of moveable chairs in the GOP and the Dems is.

Dems: Michael Obama for President and Epsteinite Reed Hofffman VP.

GOP: de Santis for President and Haley VP.

MAGA Party:...


The True Cost of Julian Assanges Persecution: An Exclusive Interview with Stella Assange "IndyWatch Feed National"

The MintPress podcast, The Watchdog, hosted by British-Iraqi hip hop artist Lowkey, closely examines organizations about which it is in the public interest to know including intelligence, lobby and special interest groups influencing policies that infringe on free speech and target dissent. The Watchdog goes against the grain by casting a light on stories largely ignored by the mainstream, corporate media.


It is now four years since Julian Assange was imprisoned in Belmarshs high-security prison in London and eleven since he was forced into hiding in the Ecuadorean Embassy in the same city. But even before then, the Australian publisher and WikiLeaks co-founder has been under relentless attack from powerful bodies his organization exposed.

Today in The Watchdog studio, Lowkey is joined by Assanges wife Stella. Stella Assange is a South-African born lawyer and human rights defender. Her most famous case is undoubtedly that of her husband, whom she married in 2022. For years, Stella has tirelessly traveled the world raising awareness of Julians situation. Before marrying Julian, she attained degrees from the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) in London and from the University of Oxford. Earlier this year, she met with Pope Francis to discuss the situation of whom Lowkey described as the political prisoner of our time.

For Lowkey, Assanges brilliance was taking his anti-war passions and finding a way to directly work with units within the U.S. military to make the public aware of the illegal, immoral, and deeply unpopular decisions being taken in our name. As he said today:

Some of the most deeply heinous and hideous aspects of the Iraqi and Afghan occupations by the U.S., Britain and their allies, have been revealed within the WikiLeaks files. We are talking about millions of documents being made available to the public to understand truly what was happening.

Perhaps the most infamous leak was the Collateral Murder video, which showed footage of American helicopter pilots casually carrying out a massacre of Iraqi civilians in Baghdad in 2007, two of whom were Reuters-employed journalists.

Despite this, the media cheered Assanges arrest. The Washington Posts editorial board, for example,...


Record low unemployment rate for NSW "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Unemployment holds firm

One of the most watched numbers in the economy - the unemployment rate - held firm at 3.5 per cent in June.

The trend rate of unemployment has been 3.5 per cent for the past 11 months. 

Total employment record a solid increase of +32,600, although the population increase is also much faster now.

Over the year total employment increased by 3 per cent to above 14 million, so there were very few signs of material deterioration here yet. 

New South Wales continues to power along, with a strong monthly increase in employment taking the unemployment rate down to a record low of just 2.9 per cent. 

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Friday, 21 July


Somaliland Minecrafters Show How Children Can Play a Role in Urban Design "IndyWatch Feed National"


Some people say, "Give the customers what they want." But that's not my approach. Our job is to figure out what they're going to want before they do. I think Henry Ford once said, "If I'd asked customers what they wanted, they would have told me, 'A faster horse!'" People don't know what they want until you show it to them. That's why I never rely on market research. Our task is to read things that are not yet on the page.

Steve Jobs

Every planning process, whether short term or long term, starts with a question to residents asking what they want for their community. The answer is always the same: a better community. The planners then take this groundbreaking observation and add better community to the plans and the final recommendation. The planners can celebrate that they have given the residents of the city exactly what they wanted: a faster horse.

Urban design must be more nuanced and provide the opportunity for innovation. A process that allows for innovation starts with many humble observations before a single idea is tested. The urban designer needs to read the things that are not already on the page: they need to be able to show citizens the things they didnt know they wanted. A skilled urban designer is also able to observe opportunities hiding in plain sight.

I recently read an incredible article highlighting an innovative, if not radical, approach in the master plan for Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland. Somaliland, a breakaway republic in northern Somalia, was ravaged by civil war and ethnic cleansing where over 200,000 people died. Hargeisa is now a recovering city that is rapidly growing. People between the ages of six and 29 comprise 62% of Somalilands population. The future for Hargeisa rests in the minds of the youth and children of the city. These are the citizens that have the opportunity to chart a different path and develop a city for their future. 

How, though, do you involve young people in the urban design process? More challenging, how do you involve children in a place where over 25% do not attend school and there are very low literacy rates? The answer: Minecraft.

Through a UN-sponsored initiative, 15 of Hargeisas youth used Minecraft to model and propose design elements for the new Hargeisa Stadium Park. According to the article in the Financial Times, they drew on their experience playing in existing improvised spaces, including dangerous street junctions [and] litter-strewn private plots. A larger group of 47 young people participated in a discussion...


Productivity Commissions clapped out thinking demands clean out "IndyWatch Feed National"

"TheCommissions claim that it is too costly topreference the development of domestic industry over imports is completely at odds with contemporary reality and recent experience.These are no ordinary economic times, Australia and the world are going through an industrial revolution as we fundamentally restructure how our societies are powered. Yet the Commission seem to think that its just business as usual."

The Productivity CommissionsTrade and Assistance Review is further evidence of the need to completely overhaul the Commission, the Electrical Trades Union said today.

While the northern hemisphere swelters through record heatwaves, the Commissions report completely overlooks the social cost of inaction on climate change, by considering only the market price of carbon rather than the broader cost of communities being devastated by economic collapse or natural disasters.

ETU National Secretary, Michael Wright, said the Productivity Commission was not up to the task of providing useful advice to Government on energy transition.

"TheCommissions claim that it is too costly topreference the development of domestic industry over imports is completely at odds with contemporary reality and recent experience.These are no ordinary economic times, Australia and the world are going through an industrial revolution as we fundamentally restructure how our societies are powered. Yet the Commission seem to think that its just business as usual.

Revitalising Australian manufacturing will build clean energy supply chains and deliver much broader social and economic benefits than the simple cost of the carbon abated. Its almost like the Productivity Commission completely missed the COVID pandemic, where Australia was left completely exposed without masks, gowns and gloves, because we had gutted our manufacturing industry in the name of economic orthodoxy.

"Australias resilience, diversity, and security all depend on us having robust supply chains and industrial capacity to respond to a warmer, more uncertain world.

It is farcical for the Commission to suggest the Safeguard Mechanism unfairly benefits companies that emit less than 100,000 tons of carbon per year.The entire point of the Safeguard Mechanism is to provide a pathway for high emitting facilities to lower their emissions.

"And when the commission suggests it is unfair to target climate adaptation investments at specific sectors or regions you have to wonder if this report is actuallysatire. Is the Commission seriously suggesting that the lottery of the postcode or industry you started in decades ago, means you should shoulder the cost of a global energy transition? The commission would see the conti...


18th Amendment Bar Teams Up with Bahjong Dumplings for Ultimate Cocktail and Dumpling Experience "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Prepare those taste buds folks! The 18th Amendment Bar, Geelongs coolest speakeasy, and the scrumptiously new Bahjong Dumpling Bar have joined forces in a match made in foodie heaven that will take your cocktail game to a whole new level!

Picture this: Youre sipping on a delightful cocktail at the 18th Amendment, soaking in the swanky atmosphere, and suddenly, the tantalizing aroma of fresh dumplings fills the air. Its not a mirage; its the real deal! Thanks to their epic collaboration (kicking off on 21 July), you can now summon dumplings straight to your table as you sip your favourite concoctions.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.


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Polaris confirm plans for Fatalism album and Australian tour in September "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>Australian metalcore band Polaris has addressed their upcoming plans as a band following the passing of their guitarist and close friend Ryan Siew.</p> <p>Shocked and heartbroken, the Sydney band comprising vocalist Jamie Hails, bassist/clean vocalist Jake Steinhauser, drummer Daniel Furnari and fellow guitarist Rick Schneider <a href= ""> confirmed Siews death</a>, at age 26, via social media in June.</p> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>Now, in a post to social media, the band has announced they would be sticking to their original plans, releasing their new album FATALISM on September 1 and continuing their Australian and North American tours as planned.</p> <p>After much consideration, in the face of everything we are dealing with, we have decided to proceed with our upcoming plans. This means our new album FATALISM will still be released on September 1, the band said.</p> <p>This is the last set of complete songs that we wrote together with Ryan, and though the circumstances of their release are now framed by this tragedy, the meaning of the songs and the love we have for them has not changed. We are incredibly proud of this record and looking forward to sharing it with you, and now more than ever we hope that you will connect with it.</p> <p>The Fatalism Australian & North American tours will be going ahead as planned. Please note that the Brisbane & Newcastle shows of the AU tour have already sold out. We also have another short set of international dates that were booked several months ago, which we will be announcing very shortly. These shows were always going to be special to us, but now they come with a different weight. Playing these shows will not be easy It will be different. It will be beautiful & bittersweet.

But this is what we love most, and right now we choose to put our faith in the healing power of art and community. We want to do this for ourselves, for you, and for Ryan. We hope to see you there.</p> <blockquote class="instagram-media"> <div style="padding: 16px;"> <p> </p> <div style="display: flex;"> <div style= "background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 50%; height: 40px; margin-right: 14px; width: 40px;"> </div> ...</div> </div> </blockquote>


Melbourne rising star Rance Lazarus strikes gold with Spend A Little Time With Me "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Defying musical boundaries with a captivating fusion of pop, soul, rock, and country, up-and-coming singer-songwriter Rance Lazarus has unveiled his second single of the year, Spend A Little Time With Me.

Released on 21 July and the follow-up to Februarys Somebody New, this genre-defying track is a masterclass in musical versatility and showcases Lazaruss exceptional talent and artistic vision.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

From the very first notes, Spend A Little Time With Me draws you in with an infectious melody that effortlessly weaves heartfelt lyrics, captivating rhythms, and unforgettable hooks. Lazaruss storytelling prowess takes centre stage, painting a vivid picture through his evocative lyrics that resonate deeply with listeners, evoking a range of emotions.

At its core, Spend A Little Time With Me is a stunning and heartfelt ode to connection. The soulful melody and poignant lyrics invite listeners to share dreams, dance to their favourite songs, and explore the depths of profound love. The songs plea to spend time together captures the longing to be known and understood, making it an irresistible invitation to embrace vulnerability and forge meaningful relationships.

Signifying a breath of fresh air, with a unique and refreshing sound that is sure to resonate with a larger audience, Lazarus sings:

I think you, should spend a little time with me, spend a little time with me, 

I think you, should spend a little time with me, and get to know, get to know me. 

It really is a song that will have you singing along after just one listen and craving more:

I know Im not the only one whos got his eyes on you,

Yeah I know its true,

So I cant wait to give it a try to  see what we could be, we could be.




The Dark Side of Barbie: Four Crime Podcasts that Involve the Iconic Doll "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>So you thought Barbie was all about pink perfection, long legs, and spreading joy? Well, think again! Turns out, theres a darker side to the happiest doll on the planet, and LiSTNR has got the crime podcasts to prove it.</p> <p>From the story of the notorious criminals dubbed the Ken & Barbie Killers, to spine-chilling Barbie calling cards, LiSTNR have rounded up four crime podcast episodes exploring a different side of Barbies legacy.</p> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>If youre still waiting to see the Barbie movie, or youve already been there and done that, maybe dive into some of these spine-chilling episodes. Sorry, Barbie girl!</p> <h3>Killer Psyche with Candice DeLong Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka: The Ken & Barbie Killers

Former FBI agent and criminal profiler Candice DeLong takes you on a gripping journey into the horrifying murders committed by Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, infamously known as the Ken and Barbie Killers. These attractive and youthful-looking criminals might have seemed innocent at first glance, but their actions were far from it. Uncover the twisted psychology that brought them together and find out why only one of them remains behind bars to this day.</p> <p>Listen to the episode <a href= ""> here</a>.</p> <h3>True Crime Garage The Barbie Doll Killer Part 1 & 2

In 1995, the heart-wrenching case of six-year-old Rosie Tapia shocked the world. Abducted from her bedroom in the dead of night, her body was found just hours later. But the mystery doesnt end there a Barbie Doll was left on her grave a few days after her funeral. Could this little doll hold the key to solving Rosies tragic murder?</p> <p>Part 1: Listen <a href= ""> here</a>.</p> <p>Part 2: Listen <a href= ""> here</a>.</p> <h3>The First Degree Killing Time: Barbie Blunders</h3> <p>Want to know more about Barbies history? Join Jac Vanek, Alexis Linkletter, and Billy Jensen as they take you through the controversial editions of Barbie that Mattel would probably rather forget. From questionable choices to blunders, this episode of The First Degree will make you see Barbie in a whole new light.</p> <p>Listen from 10:54 mins to catch up on the history of Barbie, or jump to 34:53 mins.</p> <...


Yep, Hes a Kennedy RFK Jr Talks About Respectful Debate "IndyWatch Feed National"

Introduction by DM

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. talks about the attempts to censor the censorship debate and the House Weaponization of the Government hearing, and pushed back on accusations from Del. Stacey Plaskett (D-VI). He talks about debate as being the sunlight to democracy.

This speech will be remembered.

I grabbed the first 5 of over 10,000 comments:


Catholic Chaplain Father Peter Dowd, mum and me at Mass at Royal North Shore today "IndyWatch Feed National"

Lovely service from Father Peter Dowd on a sunny Friday arvo in Sydney. I have a few more days of intravenous antibiotics to completely destroy the hospital infection in my blood and should be discharged early next week - with my all-new super-powered quintuple-bypass heart! D


Add Bumble Bee Eatery to your must-visit list, Geelongs bright and cosy Asian-Inspired Cafe "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Featuring an Asian-inspired menu that pays tribute to owner Shanny Ohs Malaysian and Chinese heritage, this Hamlyn Heights caf is kicking all the foodie goals, especially when it comes to sweets. 

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.


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ISIS Fighter, Recruiter, and Smuggler From Brooklyn Given Life Sentence "IndyWatch Feed National"

  • Mirsad Kandic, 41, of Brooklyn and Kosovo, Serbia, has been sentenced to life in prison for providing material support to ISIS.
  • Kandic traveled to Syria in 2013, joined ISIS, and became a fighter, smuggler, and propagandist for the group.
  • He recruited foreign fighters, including Jake Bilardi from Australia, who carried out a suicide truck attack in Iraq, killing himself and others. Kandic provided battlefield intelligence, managed money, and smuggled weapons for ISIS.  Read More

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Comedian Tim Dillon is bringing his new 2023 American Royalty Tour to Australia "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Comedian Tim Dillon is ready to hit the road with his 2023 American Royalty Tour, making its way to Australia and New Zealand.

Brought to you by Live Nation, this highly anticipated tour kicks off on 9 October at Perths Riverside Theatre and will make stops in Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Auckland, and concluding in Christchurch on 20 October.

Tim Dillons American Royalty Tour

  • Perth, Riverside Theatre Monday 9 October
  • Adelaide, Adelaide Entertainment Centre Tuesday 10 October
  • Sydney, State Theatre Friday 13 October
  • Brisbane, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Saturday 14 October
  • Melbourne, Palais Theatre Sunday 15 October

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

Tim Dillon is no stranger to the comedy scene. Besides being a successful podcaster hosting the wildly popular Tim Dillon Show with over a million weekly viewers and listeners, he has conquered the world of stand-up comedy with specials on Netflix and Comedy Central.

His talents have earned him features in prestigious publications like Rolling Stone, The NY Times, The Wall Street Journal, and many more, solidifying his position as a comedic force to be reckoned with.

As a regular guest on top podcasts, including The Joe Rogan Experience, Dillons unique style of cultural commentary and satire has garnered him immense recognition. Not to mention, hes got a new book called Death By Boomers slated for release in the Fall of 2023.

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 2 pm on Tuesday, 25 July. But if youre a My Live Nation member, you get a head start with the presale beginning at 1 pm on Monday, 24 July until 1 pm, Tuesday, 25 July. Head here to get yours. 

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Ukrainian General said Zelensky is Responsible for 100,000s Dead Ukrainians "IndyWatch Feed National"

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, My cousin is in government here ___________________, and he said you have the best sources that even surpass some intelligence agencies. Only you have been reporting that your Ukrainian sources told you that Zelensky is corrupt and has destroyed his country for a handful of silver. It is coming out that the Ukrainian Army General Serhiy Krivonos has openly said that Zelensky has indeed destroyed his country. He actually said, This colossal mistake resulted in hundreds of thousands of dead Ukrainians and the destruction of a huge number of cities.

My cousin said people from all countries go to you because they have a similar mindset. Would you agree? Why are your sources better than anyone else?


ANSWER: Zelensky is an actor nothing more. He is destroying his country because he cares nothing about its people and plans his exit to a mansion in Miami. He always dresses in army clothing as a psychological ploy to constantly pretend he is fighting for freedom. This is such a lie, for Ukraine would never have been in such a position if Kiev did not start the civil war attacking the Donbas. This is the dissent against Putin that he did not invade Ukraine as the US did to Iraq. They are ethnic Russians who have been there for centuries in the Donbas. The US has done similar actions involving Americans in foreign nations. Zelensky wants them to surrender their language and their religion. This is absurd. He is willing to destroy his country and hopes that he will be able to sell the farmland and resources to Blackrock and live in Miami as a billionaire tax-free, of course.

Zelensky is listed in the Panama Papers, and the fact-checkers try to divert people away from this fact. When Zelenskys European...


Two Ways, Two Days: Hospital site and Protection Rock "IndyWatch Feed National"

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* Special Thanks to: Shane Curl (Photographer), Shaunus & The Landowner, & Marigold Sunshine

First up, we wish to praise and thank the two people who sought us out regarding secret rock business. When dealing with sacred Original rocks, whether totally stationary or fully mobile, we never approach and always await their contact and instructions. We never initiate proceedings, and it is only after an invitation is extended that arrangements are then made to either inspect or receive.

                What is fascinating when examining the next two additions is that outside being rocks they have nothing in common, serving completely purposes and methods of manufacture. The first offering is all about ceremonies, healing and stone axes, it is a series of highly significant interconnected engravings found on rock platforms. Unlike all of the individual rocks, of which we are the current custodians, there is no evidence of highly advanced technology well beyond the reach of any stone, bone and stick tool kit. Everything we saw and examined is the result of rock-on-rock rubbing and abrasion. It is the dominant type or rock art/engraving in the Sydney/Central Coast Region, and almost always an...</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </section> </div> </div> </div>


The Rolling Stones 1973 Kooyong Concert 50th Anniversary Show is heading to Bendigo "IndyWatch Feed Gippsland"

<p><p><p>50 years ago The Rolling Stones sizzled at Kooyong Tennis Centre during a matinee performance on their infamous <em>Exile On Main Street</em> World Tour in 1973.</p> <p>Punters were offered a chance to relive the magic in 2013 for the 40th anniversary and again in 2018 for the 45th. Now, its time for its 50th anniversary bash, promising to be the grandest tribute yet, bringing an encore run of shows in October and November. Locally you can catch it at Bendigo on November 11.</p> <h3>The Rolling Stones 1973 Kooyong Concert 50th Anniversary Shows</h3> <ul> <li>Fri 27th Oct Burrinja Theatre, Upwey</li> <li>Sun 29th Oct (arvo) West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul</li> <li>Fri 10th Nov Yarraville Club</li> <li>Sat 11th Nov Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo</li> </ul> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>After the phenomenal success of their sold-out show at the Corner Hotel in April, Cherry Rock has teamed up with Leicashow Presents for this special event. Theyve curated an all-star local act, none other than THE MONKEY MEN, featuring Tim Rogers on lead vocals, Andre Warhurst and Davey Lane on guitars, Stephen Hadley on bass, Matthew Cotter on drums, Bruce Haymes on keys, Jack Howard and Ben Marsland on horns, and Eliza & Talei Wolfgramm on backing vocals.

The band will deliver a track-for-track live tribute, with a set list including the likes of Brown Sugar, Love in Vain, Sweet Virginia, You Cant Always Get What You Want and Midnight Rambler, among others.</p> <p>Special guests will be joining the Upwey and Yarraville shows, including Stones original Kooyong 1973 openers, Sunbury 73 headliners, and early Mushroom Records signees, Madder Lake, who have gifted us with the unforgettable classic 12lb Toothbrush in 1973.</p> <p>Prepare to rock out like its 1973 all over again!</p> <p><strong>Get your tickets to Bendigo <a href= "">here</a>. </strong></p> <p>The post <a href= "" rel="nofollow">The Rolling Stones 1973 Kooyong Concert 50th Anniversary Show is heading to Bendigo</a> appeared first on <a href="" rel="nofollow">Forte Magazine</a>.</p></p></p>


Business As Usual Must Remain Regardless of the Cost? "IndyWatch Feed National"

Joseph Priestly kept his CO2 in a bottle!

Do Carbon Dioxide Offsets Offer Climate Salvation?

From an Essay by Ivy Main, Power for the People, July 20, 2023

In medieval Europe, the Roman Catholic church encouraged sinners to get square with God by performing good works and acts of charity. Since both of these might require spending money, some resourceful church leaders streamlined the process, taking the money and letting the good works slide. A rich sinner could buy indulgences to cover adultery, eating meat during Lent, or any number of other transgressions.

The historical record does not indicate that emitting carbon dioxide was among the redeemable sins. (Well, CO2 wouldnt be discovered until 1754.) Still, medieval Christians would have recognized the attraction of buying indulgences in the form of carbon offsets rather than actually cutting back on CO2-emitting activities. We cant help sinning, so if the act of atonement evens the score, why not grant absolution?

Here in the present, a whole industry has sprung up to sell climate indulgences to guilt-ridden liberals. As one website explains soothingly, Carbon offsets work through supporting tree planting services and carbon offsetting projects to neutralize your emissions and mitigate your impact on the planet. Buying these indulgences requires just a click of your mouse and a credit card. For $25 you can feel good about an airplane flight of up to 10,000 miles! Thats enough to get you from D.C. to Australia, where you can visit the Great Barrier Reef before it is completely destroyed by the ocean acidification resulting from your carbon emissions.

(Ive committed this sin myself: Ive been to Australia, on a miserably long flight the CO2 emissions of which I did not pay $25 to offset. They hadnt invented $25 carbon offsets at the time, or I might have.)

Martin Luther, a 16th century priest who made a name for himself by opposing the selling of indulgences, put the matter succinctly: Indulgences are most pernicious, he wrote, because they induce complacency and thereby imperil salvation.

He meant saving souls, and we mean saving the planet; regardless, he had the psychology right. Were more likely to excuse ourselves for driving gas-guzzlers and flying to cool places if we also pay to plant trees in Africa or bribe Brazilians not to deforest the Am...


The Friends Experience pop-up is coming to Melbourne "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

If youve ever had a TV in your home, theres a good chance youve seen an episode of Friends. The iconic sitcom series ran for a whopping 10 seasons and 236 episodes, capturing the zeitgeist of 90s and early 2000s television culture and picking up dedicated fans along the way.

If youre one of them, youre in luck the official Friends Experience is set to arrive in Melbourne on September 1.

The Friends Experience Melbourne

  • After touring through multiple major cities, the pop-up event will be opening in Melbourne next month
  • Enter the universe of the hit sitcom, act out your favourite scenes and grab exclusive merch at the store
  • The Friends Experience will be hosted at The District Docklands and will run from September 1 to November 26

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

After hosting events all over the world in cities including New York, Brussels, Paris and Birmingham, the Friends Experience will make its Australian debut at the District in Docklands. Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in the show with props, costumes and stage design.


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Vietnam Killed In Action soldiers remembered "IndyWatch Feed National"

Remembering the fallen Mullumbimby RSL Sub-branch President Brian Bamblett and Secretary Neville Watts the Mullumbimby cemetery. Photo Tree Faerie.

August 3 marks 60 years since the arrival of the Australian Army Training team in South Vietnam and 50 years since the withdrawal of combat troops.

Five-hundred and twenty-three Australia soldiers were killed in action in Vietnam. Putting that figure into perspective, Australia lost 41 in Afghanistan.



Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier return in Songs from the Book of Life "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Prepare to immerse yourself in the mesmerising world of two Australian music legends, Deborah Conway AM and her talented collaborator/husband Willy Zygier. From 4 7 October, Arts Centre Melbournes Fairfax Studio will be graced with their autobiographical masterpiece, Songs from the Book of Life.

Based on Conways highly anticipated memoir, Book of Life, hitting the shelves on 3 October, this theatrical gem, written and performed by the power duo themselves, unfolds their remarkable four-decade musical journey through eight scenes and eight soul-stirring songs.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Stripped bare with candour, humour, and revelations, Conway and Zygier will take you on a riveting ride, revisiting their youthful rebellion, falling in love, and grappling with aging, money, and, above all, music. Brace yourself for an unfiltered glimpse into the life of an iconic woman who rocked the Australian music scene.


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Darren Criss is returning to Australia for a national tour this year "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Emmy, Golden Globe, Critics Choice, and Screen Actors Guild award-winner Darren Criss is gracing our shores once again for a sensational series of concerts later this year. A true multi-talent, Criss will serenade audiences in Adelaide, Melbourne, Tasmania, Canberra, and Sydney this September, belting out hits from his remarkable career on TV, film, Broadway, and the music scene, backed by his four-piece band.

Darren Criss Australian Tour 2023

Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre 3 September 2023
Canberra Theatre Centre 4 September 2023
Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne 5 September 2023
Theatre Royal Hobart 7 September 2023
City Recital Hall, Sydney 11 September 2023

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

My first show in Australia in 2018 was so much fun and I am looking forward to coming back with my friends and seeing more of the country, Criss says. We are taking things up a notch for this tour and I cant wait to see everyone!


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Documentary Stare Into the Lights, My Pretties "IndyWatch Feed National"

Editor's Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published April 14, 2018.

Technology didn't come about by accident, it's a reflection of human will, or so claims the intriguing documentary, "Stare Into the Lights My Pretties." Yet, with the rate of technological development continuing to grow exponentially, it's unclear if anyone envisioned how society would become obsessed with staring at screens, such that our waking hours are dominated by them in one form or another.

In the beginning, there were only a few ways to get new technology funded, known as the ABCs. "A," for armed forces, included ARPA, the Advanced Research Projects Agency, which commissioned the work that started the internet.

"B," for bureaucracy, refers to innovations such as government sites intended to deliver information and services, including online tax returns. "C," or corporate power, made up the third arm, which drove the development of new products to draw in new markets.

According to Lelia Green, a professor and senior lecturer at the school of communications at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia, who is featured in the film, "Google would offer many examples of corporate power driven development."1 Yet, social engagement is the new driver of technology that has taken off more so in recent years. Green notes that distributed collaborators and everyday innovators are now an important driver of technology.

"The acknowledgement of distributed networks of collaborators allows recognition of the creative power of harnessing the hive;' the community of people engaged in a shared activity," she says. "We see these alliances of enthusiasts working creatively and productively in gaming contexts, in wikis and on fan fiction sites to name but a few," but what does all of this mean, and what will happen if this technological culture is left to continue unchecked?

Are Machines Running Our Lives?

At the foundation of the documentary is the unsettling question of who's really in control: the machines or us? The film gives some unsettling statistics of how integrated technology has become in our 21st century lives:

  • Over 3.8 billion people have access to the internet
  • There are 2 billion active Facebook users every month
  • The average adult spends more than eight hours a day with screens (more time than sleep)
  • Within the first 15 minutes of waking up, 4 out of 5 smartphone users check their phones
  • By the time the average person reaches 70, they will have spent the equivalent of 10 to 15 years of their life watching television, more than fo...


SPRINGBOKS: Full press conference 20 July 2023 Jacques Nienaber and Jesse Kriel "IndyWatch Feed National"

Rugby union. Springboks play Argentina next on July 30 for their last game of the Rugby Championship. Australia and New Zealand play the day prior.


Das Deutsche Heer am Pazifik (II) "IndyWatch Feed National"

Talisman Sabre

Das Gromanver Talisman Sabre wird alle zwei Jahre durchgefhrt und findet in diesem Jahr schon das zehnte Mal statt.[1] Es handelt sich um die grte gemeinsame Kriegsbung der Streitkrfte Australiens und der Vereinigten Staaten, die nicht nur bei bungen, sondern auch in Kriegen regelmig kooperiert haben; so beteiligten sich australische Truppen an den Kriegen in Afghanistan wie auch im Irak. Talisman Sabre ist dafr gedacht, gemeinsame Operationen unterschiedlicher Teilstreitkrfte aus unterschiedlichen Staaten zu trainieren; die bung umfasst unter anderem Seeoperationen, amphibische Landungen, Operationen an Land und den Luftkampf. Beteiligt sind in diesem Jahr 13 Staaten. Den Kern bilden dabei die Streitkrfte der USA und Kanadas, Australiens und Neuseelands sowie Grobritanniens; die fnf Staaten kooperieren auen- und militrpolitisch recht eng und bilden gemeinsam das seit Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs ttige Geheimdienstbndnis Five Eyes. Am Manver beteiligt sind zudem Japan und Sdkorea, die ihre Zusammenarbeit mit der NATO intensivieren.[2] Darber hinaus nehmen aus der Asien-Pazifik-Region Indonesien und Papua-Neuguinea sowie die pazifischen Inselstaaten Fidschi und Tonga teil. Aus Europa sind neben deutschen auch franzsische Truppen eingetroffen; Frankreich begreift sich mit seinen Pazifik-Kolonien bis heute als pazifische Macht.[3]

Realistische bungsmglichkeiten

Talisman Sabre 2023 beginnt an diesem Samstag (22. Juli) und dauert sodann zwei Wochen bis zum 4. August. Genutzt werden zahlreiche Standorte, die sich vom Westen des Landes bis zum Nordosten ber den gesamten australischen Kontinent erstrecken; so entstehen, erlutert die Bundeswehr, realistische bungsmglichkeiten, um abzubilden, wie eine groe multinationale Streitmacht in einem weiten Einsatzgebiet funktionieren sollte.[4] Die Bundeswehr nimmt mit ber 200 Soldaten vor allem aus dem Heer, aber auch aus der Marine an dem Gromanver teil, zu dem insgesamt rund 30.000 Militrs erwartet werden. Die Heereskrfte kommen in der Masse aus dem Fallschirmjgerregiment 31, heit es bei der Bundeswehr; sie werden fr Talisman Sabre 2023 in eine multinationale Brigade integriert, die durch die Australian Army gefhrt wird. Auerdem werden Soldaten des Seebataillons der Marineinfanterie der Bundeswehr, wie die Bundeswehr schreibt bei dem Manver eingesetzt; sie werden dabei temporr den US-Marines unterstellt. Eingesetzt werden sie in der bung unter anderem bei einer amphibischen Landung. In welcher realen Situation die Bundeswehr in der Asien-Pazifik-Region bei einem Landemanver zum Einsatz kommen knnte, teilt die Bundeswehr nicht mit. Den groen politischen Rahmen spannt der Machtkampf des Westens gegen China.

Militrblock gegen China

Einen Eindruck vom militrisch-strategischen Kontext des Gromanvers bieten einige Aktivitten der japanischen Streitkrfte. Diese haben in den vergangenen Ja...


Falkland Islands tells EU and Argentina to go and get stuffed. Again. "IndyWatch Feed National"

If they want to be British with a British name, good on 'em. God Save The King. And Maggie.


Oil and gas industry campaign challenged for being misleading and worse "IndyWatch Feed National"

Contributed by Jim Hayes

Campaigners against the fossil fuel industry have taken issue with the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Associations (Appea) advertising campaign to convince Australia that gas is a green furl because it is 50 percent cleaner than coal, and essential to lowering greenhouse gases.

Lock the Gate and climate advocacy group Comms Declare have made a submission to the Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to launch an investigation. The Environmental Defenders Office has sent its own letter to the ACCC, accusing the advertising campaign of potentially misleading the public on several counts.

The fuss is about more than misleading the public. The claims are lies and deliberately withhold critical evidence that proves the fact. This form of dishonest advertising is now called greenwashing, and Appea is guilty of it.

Image from Victoria

This is why the submissions to the ACCC are calling for those responsible to be held accountable.

Greenwashing is dangerous because it delays action on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and undermines competition and consumer trust in green or renewable products, said Kirsty Ruddock, managing lawyer at the EDO.

Last month an Ad Standards panel found Appeas campaign had breached its codes covering environmental claims.

The downside is that the panel took a minimalist position of considering only the lack of clarity and detail on the claims made. It didnt consider whether the claims are true or false. It could have considered that gas emits a high level of methane gas, which is a more potent greenhouse gas that carbon. The 50 percent cleaner than coal tag is...


Scott Ritter Investigation: Agent Zelensky Part 2 "IndyWatch Feed National"

Part 1 of a highly revealing investigative series exploring the unlikely rise to power of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, by American author, military analyst, former US Marine Corps intelligence officer, and former United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) weapons inspector, Scott Ritter.

Continuing the expos on the creation of Zelensky and how British and US intelligence created the central character of the war, and the conditions which led to the current conflict.

Scott Ritter says

In the intelligence business, every agent is assigned tasks by his or her handlers. In the case of Agent Zelensky, Ive identified ten obligations that define his relationship with his foreign intelligence masters. Once youve examined each of these, it becomes clear why Zelensky the comedian said one thing, and Zelensky the President did another. What are the true reasons behind the current situation in Ukraine today? What kind of operation has the CIA been running in Ukraine over the course of many years? You will find the answers to these and other questions in Part 2 of my investigative documentary film, Agent Zelensky. Watch: 


Learn more about the new series Agent Zelensky at Scott Ritter Extra.

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False progress "IndyWatch Feed National"

From 2024, the Grammys will feature an award for Best African Music Performance. Is the category a positive step embracing the global popularity of African music, or another homogenizing exotification?

Anglique Kidjo at Womadelaide in Australia. Image credit Simon Loffler via Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

In June, the Recording Academy announced three new categories for the 2024 Grammys: Best African Music Performance, Best Alternative Jazz Album and Best Pop Dance Recording. According to Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr., These changes reflect our commitment to actively listen and respond to the feedback from our music community, accurately represent a diverse range of relevant musical genres, and stay aligned with the ever-evolving musical landscape.

On its surface, this acknowledgment appears like one of several marked steps forward by the American music market to embrace the growing popularity and influence of various music genres from the continent. In 2016, Beninese musical legend Angelique Kidjo accepted a Grammy for Best Global Music Album, and foretold an upcoming watershed moment. I want to dedicate this Grammy to all the traditional musicians in Africa in my country, to all the younger generations that knew our music, Kidjo declared. Africa is on the rise. Since then, megastar artists such as Burna Boy and Wizkid have gone on to win Grammys, Billboard has launched the US Afrobeats Songs chart, and seemingly ubiquitous hits such as Wizkids Essence, Remas Calm Down, and Burna Boys Last Last have become Billboard Hot 100 mainstays. Yet, when Mason was interviewed in 2021 about Essence failing to make the finals for Record of the Year as the best-selling African record of all time in the US, the response was noncommittal: It is a great record. Hes a very talented artist. I cant speak to why it didnt make it, but I do really love the record.

For decades, the American music industry at large designated artists like Kidjo to the nebulous genre of world music, a label that is not stratified by any meaningful technical criteria, but by...


INTERVIEW: Freddie Ponton Why NATO is Failing in Ukraine "IndyWatch Feed National"

Why the Wests experimental a la carte approach to fighting their seemingly cock-sure yet obtuse proxy war against Russia has netted such terrible results for Ukraine.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 19, 2023,  Patrick talks with independent French researcher and journalist Freddie Ponton, discusses US-UK-NATOs military debacle in Ukraine, and why the Wests experimental a la carte approach to fighting their seemingly cock-sure yet obtuse proxy war against Russia has netted such terrible results for Ukraine, while simultaneously pushing Europe into financial deficit. All this and more. Listen:

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Bahrain: UK MPs demand answers after kingdom removed from human rights list "IndyWatch Feed National"

Bahrain: UK MPs demand answers after kingdom removed from human rights list

For first time since 2015, Bahrain is dropped from UK government's countries of concern. Lawmakers demand to know how that decision was made
Dania Akkad Thu, 07/20/2023 - 14:01
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak greets Bahrain's Prime Minister Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa on the steps of 10 Downing Street on 3 July 2023 (AFP)
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak greets Bahrain's Prime Minister Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa on the steps of 10 Downing Street on 3 July 2023 (AFP)

British MPs are pressing the government to explain why Bahrain has been dropped from a list of human rights priority countries with rights groups calling the removal a whitewash.

The decision, revealed last Friday in the governments 2022 Human Rights and Democracy Report, marks the first time since 2015 that Bahrain has not made the list.

The report praises the kingdoms long tradition of respecting and enabling religious freedom and use of alternative sentencing, an effort the UK has supported Bahrain with, and which has significantly reduced the prison population.

It also commended last years parliamentary elections while acknowledging that some political parties remain banned and international observers werent invited.

MEE asked the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) what metrics had been used to make its decision.



As NATO Looks for Answers to the Ukraine Conflict, Poland Seeks the Nuclear Option. Scott Ritter "IndyWatch Feed National"

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Over 700 Babies Left to Die After Botched Abortions in Australia "IndyWatch Feed National"

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Bitboy Predicts XRP Will Soar To $35 On Heels Of Ripple IPO "IndyWatch Feed National"

In a recent tweet, Ben BitBoy Armstrong, a controversial figure in the crypto community, stirred discussions with a noteworthy projection for the future price of XRP. The excitement began when Evan Luthra, an angel investor and Forbes 30 under 30 award winner, tweeted, XRP just surpassed BTC trading volume. Its now the highest trading crypto asset. Whats your price target for Ripple?

Will XRP Rise to $35?

BitBoys response can be classified as very bold when he said $15 is reasonable, I think over 18 months or so. If they IPO and time it right, could be up to $35 imo. At the heart of Armstrongs projection is his belief in the long-term growth potential of XRP, with the projected price of $15 signifying a whopping 1,720% increase from its current price.

This optimism may be bolstered by the recent legal victory by Ripple which has provided some clarity for XRP. Remarkably, BitBoys enthusiasm didnt stop at $15, as he suggested that XRPs price could potentially reach $35 if Ripple proceeds with an Initial Public Offering (IPO) and times it strategically. Achieving this target would necessitate a staggering surge of 4,200%.

The rumors about an upcoming IPO of Ripple are not new. CEO Brad Garlinghouse hinted at the possibility already before the SEC lawsuit. Its likely the agency threw a wrench in the companys plans.

Nevertheless, it is crucial to approach such forecasts with caution, as BitBoy himself acknowledged the inherent unpredictability of the crypto market. Cryptocurrencies are renowned for their price volatility and susceptibility to various external factors, making accurate predictions a challenging task. BityBoy added:

Make no mistake it may not go that high but XRP IS breaking an all time high this cycle save some sort of pointless, vindictive SEC appeal. (Low chance)

Also, the influencers optimistic outlook on XRPs potential is not entirely new. In April, he had already identified XRP as his top altcoin pick for the next bull run, contingent on a favorable outcome in the SEC lawsuit. A positive resolution would provide the asset with much-needed legal and regulatory clarity, potentially acting as a further catalyst for growth.

In another tweet the influencer reacted to a Twitter user who stated Everything is breaking ATH this cycle. Armstrong answered that he doesnt think so, revealing his picks for such altcoins, Solana, Dogecoin, Shiba all potentially on that list. Previous top 10 coins that didnt make new aths last cycle: NEM, NEO, Dash, BCH, XRP (for good reason) etc. Dont fall into the same trap I did last cycle. Everything doesnt perform.

Armstrong Is Not Without Controversy...


Revised strategy focuses on regions Aboriginal heritage "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

THE draft Wollongong Heritage Strategy 2023-2027, now on exhibition for comment, has been revised to include a stronger focus on Aboriginal Heritage.

Wollongong City Council says identifying, conserving, recording, and celebrating the regions heritage is a key strategic goal.

Wollongong Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery said the City of Wollongong is on Dharawal Country.

One of the aspects of our history that we wanted to make clear in the draft Strategy is that Wollongongs heritage is much more than just historical buildings. While architectural forms such as cemeteries, ocean pools, historic buildings and memorials are important, our heritage stretches beyond the European-centric lens, Cr Bradbery said.

Instead, our citys heritage has been shaped by cultural and natural landscapes of importance to the local Aboriginal Community, which are now layered with shared heritage values such as agriculture, mining and military history.


Strategy identifies the risks associated with heat for the community and the environment "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

ALTHOUGH floods and bushfires have dominated the news headlines in recent years, heatwaves kill more Aussies annually than all other natural hazards combined.

Heat and heatwaves are the focus of a new strategy that has been drafted by Wollongong City Council in consultation with the University of New South Wales.

Wollongong Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery said the draft strategy identifies the risks associated with heat for the community, the environment, and Council operations.

Heat is increasingly recognised as a key risk to communities right across Australia. That risk will only grow as our climate changes, said Cr Bradbery.

A heatwave is when both maximum and minimum temperatures stay unusually high for three or more days. Heatwave effects are magnified in built up areas, like Wollongong, where hard surfaces such as roads and buildings retain heat and drive-up temperatures (called the urban heat island effect).

Through this draft strategy, were getting on the front foot and working to understand and reduce the heat risk to current and future residents of Wollongong. Some of the proposed actions ar...


Shedshaker Brewing launches Castlemaine Keg for Good, raising money for community groups "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Renowned for its range of fresh, handcrafted, small-batch craft beers, Castlemaines Shedshaker Brewing has launched a new community program aimed at raising money for local groups to help them pursue their goals.

Named Castlemaine Keg for Good, the money raised each month will be donated to a nominated local community group, starting this July.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

Locally loved for its fresh beer, local wines and delicious food served in a funky arts space with live music and an eclectic arts program, Shedshaker Director Jacqueline Brodie-Hanns said the Keg for Good is another way Shedshaker is helping the community.

Once a month, well throw a keg on the bar for our Castlemaine Keg for Good, she explains. 

People can then visit the Taproom, order a pot or pint of our Pale Ale and pay whatever amount they like as a donation to the cause.

Combining donating to local groups with a lovely cold beer seems like win-win to us!

Shedshaker will donate 100% of proceeds from the keg to the chosen group and let everyone know how much money was raised.

The brewery has selected Red Box Wildlife Shelter as the first donation recipient, a dedicated wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation site for Eastern Grey Kangaroos and Brushtail Possums. Their mission is to Rescue, Rehabilitate, Raise and Release along with teach Compassion, promote Education and encourage Advocacy. 

For our first Keg for Good, we will be donating money to Red Box Wildlife Shelter, who do brilliant work looking after kangaroos and other animals, including those hit by cars or injured in other ways and getting them back on their feet.

On Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 of July, from 5pm to close, all donations for a pot or pint of Pale will go to this great charity.

Like many others, we admire Nikki and Scotts dedication to protecting and helping kangaroos and are thrilled they are the first local organisation we can help with this program.

Each month will feature a different local group to spread the goodwill around the community.

The Keg for Good idea was...


5 Amazing New Discoveries About Light "IndyWatch Feed National"

Ah Yes. for the record, we have multiple reports confirming that certain large animals coexisting on this planet can themselves do just this which is to induce an invisibility cloak.  Think shimmer man in particular.  that is what it would look like.

It appears that a mere light photon can have lots of geometry whose volume is less than needed to allow decay into a sublight particle.  Hmm.  They can also stick together and do odd things like clump up and perhaps somehow merge though that may mean a loss of information..

A lot of fundzamental questions remain unanswered.

Not least is the relationship to TIME produced by the creation of a fundamental particle pair.  This is tied directly to three dimensional particles while photons are sort of not at all.  right now i do think that all photons have a natural thickness measured by the inverse of empirical infinity  which will also vary slightly from Galaxy to Galaxy.

At least i can conjecture at least one firm dimension here and the other two can be all over the map as they obviously are.  again they are not interacting through TIME which is hte pendulum of our creation.

Geometrically we can think of them all mostly as platters for now with a thickness t which is a constant.

5 Amazing New Discoveries About Light

Invisible cloaks. Ghost imaging. Scientists are manipulating light in ways that were once only science fiction.

July 11, 2023



Local live music photographer Lucinda Goodwin brings second solo show LIVE! to Geelong "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Fresh from earning herself a nomination as a finalist in this years Australian Women in Music Awards (AWMA), Geelong-based live music photographer Lucinda Goodwin is hosting her second solo show for the year, this time setting up inside Rock O Cashel Lanes Medusa Bar.

LIVE! An Exhibition of Music Photography is the follow-up exhibit to her largest show to date, Retrospect 001 at Platform Arts earlier this year, celebrating her extensive catalogue of 13 years of live music.

Stay up to date with whats happening within the regions art scene here

Lucinda Goodwin brings Retrospect 001 to Geelong, a celebration of live music and photography 

LIVE! now aims to shine a spotlight on some of the most iconic images from the internationally published and phenomenally talented creative.

The collection of works in the latest exhibition features Goodwins favourite images from her 13-year career, showcasing a range of local, national and international acts, with never-before-seen commentary on the stories behind the images.

To celebrate the exhibitions arrival on 20 July, esteemed musician Hassall will be playing some tunes from 7pm.

A household name in the Australian music industry and a family favourite in the Geelong music scene, Goodwin has forged herself a strong reputation for capturing the euphoria of the stage, uncovering the opaque nature of backstage, and magnifying musician identity.

Beginning her journey as a photographer as a fresh 18-year-old at Falls Festival in the crowd, Goodwin has has gone on to work with some of the biggest names in the business. Were talking music royalty Sir Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Fleetwood Mac, Lauryn Hill, Liam Gallagher, Molly Meldrum, and punks godfather Iggy Pop. She has also snapped Gang of Youths, Good Charlotte, The Kooks, Yungblud, Katy Perry, Seal, Flume, Charlie XCX, Foster The People, Sia, and most...


Urzila Carlson has announced second shows in Geelong and Ballarat due to popular demand "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Hot on the heels of the Just No! sold-out metro tour, multi-award-winning South African-New Zealander Urzila Carlson is taking her Just No! tour to seven regional cities in November.

With shows in Ballarat, Geelong, Frankston, Wollongong, Narre Warren, Cairns and Toowoomba, Carlson has just added a bunch of second shows due to popular demand! Locally, shell now perform two shows in Ballarat and Geelong.

Urzila Carlson Just No! Local Regional Tour

  • Civic Hall, Ballarat Friday 3 November
  • Civic Hall, Ballarat Saturday 4 November
  • Costa Hall, Geelong Sunday 5 November (5pm-6:15pm)
  • Costa Hall, Geelong Sunday 5 November (7:30pm-9pm)
  • Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Thursday 9 November (7pm-8:10pm)
  • Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Thursday 9 November (9pm-10pm)
  • Bunjil Place, Narre Warren Thursday 23 November

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

In Just No!, Urzila has discovered our frustrations are what brings us together not sport, not love, not peace but people who do us wrong or get on our tits. Even Urzilas chart-topping premiere podcast Thats Enough Already! sees her discussing everything that frustrates them, and after three seasons, Urzila is yet to find one that she disagrees with!

We live in trying times where were acutely aware of each others opinions and shortcomings, making us the most frustrated population in the history of humankind. If youve ever queued up and someone blatantly cuts in front of you, past generations may have let that slide, bus us, NO JUST NO! Are you taken over at a community picnic and thinking everyone will let it slide? NO JUST NO!

Its happening Australia, Im saying YES to take JUST NO on a regional roadie! Im boiling the eggs and getting packing the picnic basket as we speak so I can hit the road this November to go to places where I would normally not sweat in at this age! Check my website for details and get tickets right now!

Urzila has become one of the biggest names in comedy in Australia and New Zealand. Her regional tour arrives hot on the heels of the Just No! sold out metro tour.

Shes garnered a legion of fans worldwide in recent years, not least thanks to her NETFLIX hour-long comedy special Overqualified Loser which was released in 190 countries and its stable partner Comedians of then World. Urzila won the Melbourne International Comedy Festivals People Choice Award for most ticket...


Ballarats Best Pie competition returns for August and you can taste them all with the citys pie trail "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Get ready to embark on a mouthwatering culinary journey as Ballarat celebrates its love for pies in the highly anticipated Ballarats Best Pie competition this August.

Running from 1-31 August, the competition will see 20 pies from 19 local chefs, restaurants, cafs and venues vying for the title of Ballarats Best Pie. From flaky crusts to mouth-watering fillings, there will be pies to satisfy all tastebuds savoury to sweet.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

Promising a pie lovers dream come true, the pie trail will be your opportunity to taste-test these creations for yourself. Youll find traditional favourites like Lamb and Rosemary Pie from The Western Hotel; Ultimate Egg and Bacon Pie from Eclectic Tastes Caf & Pantry and Beef Brisket and Mushroom Melt Pie from Mitchell Harris Wines), alongside more unconventional combinations from some of Ballarats finest think Teriyaki Duck Pie (Grainery Lane); Sri Lankan Beef Curry Pie (Beechworth Bakery); Mexican Breakfast Pie (The Turret Caf & Catering); and Raspberry Drop Curd Pie (Sovereign Hill).

Pick up a map at the Ballarat Information Centre or download it online here, and set off on a flavorful adventure to discover your favorite slice of heaven.


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SAGRES Queenscliff is the brand new coastal oasis youve been dreaming of "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Queenscliff just got a whole lot more luxurious as SAGRES officially opens its doors to guests.

This iconic beach house, nestled on Victorias stunning Bellarine Peninsula, is now a sought-after luxury accommodation property, and its everything youve been craving for your next coastal escape.

Keep up with the latest Victorian travel destinations, news and tips here

Originally constructed in 1991 by the visionary Lady Susannah and Sir Rupert Clarke, the design of SAGRES bears the distinctive touch of the late Wayne Gillespie. A revered architect in Melbourne, Gillespies style is known for its clean lines, abundant natural light, and seamless blending of indoor and outdoor living spaces. Now, SAGRES stands proudly as a contemporary haven, capturing breathtaking views of Nuns Beach in Queenscliff.

After a significant renovation in 2022, the property combines its original luxurious essence with modern elegance. Interior specialist Emily Fitzgerald, along with owner Jo Youl, has curated the finest furniture, art, and textiles from across Australia to create spaces that inspire quality time for families and couples alike. Jo perfectly describes SAGRES aesthetic as a delightful blend of relaxed organic fibres, neutral tones, and textures, sprinkled with playful pops of colour, soft patterns, and quirky objects.


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Cult hot rod, motorcycle and music festival Chopped postpones 2023 event "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Hailed a hybrid hot rod, motorcycle and music camping festival that embraces the path less trodden by mainstream society, Chopped has announced some devastating news that the festival would be postponing its 12th edition, which was due to take over Carisbrook with a wild three-day event from November 11-12 2023.

In a statement released to social media, the festival announced that the 2023 event would be postponed to next year due to issues outside of their control. The new dates for the festival are now October 4 6 2024.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Due to some major issues that are out of our control we must postpone the next CHOPPED that was due in November this year, we are totally bummed and so sorry about this, the festival said.

Every CHOPPED needs to be an absolute banger and not be some half-arsed shit. With these issues that have just dropped on us it is not possible for us to deliver that banger by mid-November. There is no issue in getting that all-time banger of a party to you, it is going to take us some extra time to make this happen and we have big things lined up to deliver!

Be ready for some huge new elements and expansion within existing ones as well as the festival going back to the traditional CHOPPED weekend, the first weekend of October.


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Featuring 12 original duets with other iconic musicians, Kevin Borichs Duets showcases the beauty of collaboration "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

While collaborative albums are a great idea in theory, they quite often end up being colossal flops. Whether a result of artists bringing too much ego to the table, or just a genuine lack of cohesion between varying styles, they commonly end up feeling more like a copy-paste of different artists verses, as opposed to actual curated songs. (Im looking at you Sound City.)

Kevin Borichs Duets is an exception to this. Boasting an illustrious list of collaborators, as well as Borichs veteran guitarmanship and songwriting ability, Duets highlights how effective well-executed collabs can be. 

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And theres a clear reason for it Borich doesnt care if hes the star of the show. Even though hes had over 50 years experience being a bonafide star in his own right, Duets highlights his clear ability to step back and adapt to the individual style and nuance of the artists hes working with. 

Duets features Russell Morris, Leo Sayer, Suze DeMarchi (Baby Animals), Joe Walsh (Eagles), Ian Moss (Cold Chisel), Tim Rogers (You Am I), Ella Hooper (Killing Heidi), Angry Anderson (Rose Tattoo), Joe Camilleri (Black Sorrows), Ross Wilson (Daddy Cool/Mondo Rock), Angela Fabian and John Swan (Swanee/Party Boys). And its not just their amazing voices but Joe Walsh and Ian Moss played some guitar, Joe Camilleri played Sax and Ross Wilson on the Harp.

Straight From My Heart channels soulful blues-rock riffs to match Ian Moss motown inspired vocal cadence, Keep It To Myself adopts garage-rock distortion and blistering solos to make Tim Rogers punkish charm feel right at home, while Im Together steps into realms of 1930s swing, adding the depth of brass instrumentation to complement Ella Hoopers nasally jazz tones.

And somehow, it...


The US$300 Trillion Hangover "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

<p><p>What are we to make of it? Is it risk on again? Is it time to load up on stocks?</p> <p>The answer is no. And today we give you no-plus, the real secret to Wall Streets boom-y-ness.  </p> <p>Dont fight the Fed has been one of the most successful formulae on Wall Street. But its not foolproof. And not complete.</p> <p>When the Fed switched from enabling inflation with zero rates in 2020to trying to curb it by increasing rates in 2022an investor would have been well advised to switch too from buying the dips to selling the bounces. Stocks went down.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Doom, gloom and boom</strong></p> <p>But then, they didnt go down. The bounce has now gone on for nine months. It has created a whole new group of rich people the AI Millionaires. And it has produced what looks to many like a new bull marketwith the best six months for the Nasdaq in historyand more to come.  </p> <p>Not only that, but the US economy, too, has so far resisted its long overdue rendezvous with the business cycle. Wheres the recession? Wheres all the doom & gloom we promised?

A broader question worth asking: did the geniuses at the Fed finally get the hang of managing a $24 trillion economyso that their own errors disappear, without pain or embarrassment? The Fed put interest rates far too low and left them there far too long, resulting in far too much debt throughout the world economy. What happens next? Economists argue over a hard landing or a soft landingbut what if theres no landing at? What if the party never ends?</p> <p>Maybe so. But buckle your seat belts, turbulence ahead. Heres a headline story from Bloomberg: <strong>A US$500 Billion Corporate-Debt Storm Builds Over Global Economy</strong>:</p> <blockquote> <p><em>Fears of a credit crisis have receded. But a wave of corporate bankruptcies is building now that an era of easy money has come to an end.</em></p> </blockquote> <p>And heres another: <strong>The US$785 Billion Junk-Bond Maturity Wall Has Never Been So Close</strong>:</p> <blockquote> <p><em>The worlds riskiest borrowers are starting to run out of easy-money era financing and feeling the pinch as they return to a tougher market shadowed by aggressive central banks.</em></p> <p><em>Junk-rated companies staring down a US$785 billion maturity wall are in a race against time to replace debt that they secured when major central banks across the world slashed rates and boosted quantitative easing programs to keep economies afloat in 2020. On average, these companies now have 4.7 years to put fresh financing in place, the least amount of time ever, according to a Bloomberg global index.</em></p> ...</blockquote></p>


Acts of Cod "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Fragments exhibtion opening in Narrandera, pic by Western Riverina Arts
Five years ago the Fragments exhibition opened in Narrandera
Jason with Freddo, pic by Eden
I was invited by Hape Kiddle to develop a sculpture and we collaborated on Freddo Frog, which was my comment about how companies appropriate nature and that natural response of delight when seeing similar amphibians.

However, the anniversary is an interesting coincidence as recently I've been reflecting on the Fragments exhibtion that Hape curated as I've been focused on researching Murray Cod.

It's a long story, so let me try and make sense of it.

The fragments that formed the exhibition were offcuts from a River Red Gum that Hape Kiddle sculpted into a Murray Cod for the National Museum of Australia.

He offered big chunks of timber to local artists and asked them to use these for the exhibition, while he worked on the sculpture.

Last weekend I ended up at the Museum and went looking for Hape's Cod.



Jazz fusion prodigy Masego announces Australian tour "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>This platinum-selling prodigy has conquered the world of jazz and hip-hop fusion, amassing an impressive billion streams to his name. But its not just his studio work that has captivated fans; its his unmatched live shows that truly elevate Masegos artistry. Catch Masego at Melbournes own Forum on October 16.</p> <h3>Masego Australian tour</h3> <ul> <li>October 12 The Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane</li> <li>October 14 Yours & Owls Festival, Wollongong

  • October 15 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney</li> <li>October 16 Forum, Melbourne</li> <li>October 19 Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide</li> <li>October 20 Metro City, Perth</li> </ul> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>Armed with an arsenal of instruments, including the saxophone, microphone, and drum machine, Masego effortlessly blends instrumental jazz with soulful vocals, creating an unforgettable modern sound.</p> <blockquote class="instagram-media"> <div style="padding: 16px;"> <p> </p> <div style="display: flex;"> <div style= "background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 50%; height: 40px; margin-right: 14px; width: 40px;"> </div> <div style="display: flex;"> <div style= "background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 4px; height: 14px; margin-bottom: 6px; width: 100px;"> </div> <div style= "background-color: #f4f4f4; border-radius: 4px; height: 14px; width: 60px;"> </div> </div> </div> <div style="padding: 19% 0;"></div> <div style= "display: block; height: 50px; margin: 0 auto 12px; width: 50px;"> </div> <div style="padding-top: 8px;"> <div style= "color: #3897f0; font-family: Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-style: normal; font-weight: 550; line-height: 18px;"> View this post on Instagram</div> </div> <div style="padding: 12.5% 0;"></div> <div style="display: flex; margin-bottom: 14px;"> <div>...</div> </div> </div> </blockquote>


French garden party So Frenchy So Chic confirms returns to Werribee Mansion "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

There are those unspoken countries and icons you must visit when travelling, and France is one of them. Known as one of the most romantic cities in the world, French culture is generally synonymous with croissants, coffee, kisses and art, and the one-day music and culinary festival So Frenchy So Chic has managed to tap into that but draw out so much more.

Celebrating the music and culinary decadence of France, the annual event is an unmissable staple of the summer cultural calendar and is set to return to the remarkable Werribee Park Mansion in 2024, the perfect setting for SFSC with the lawn speckled by flower crowns and navy striped parasols amongst the backdrop of 19th-century architecture.

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Produced and catered by admirers of French culture, the garden party will wine and dine patrons through an eclectic array of European wines, showcasing all things fabulous and French at the lush grounds of Werribee Park on the outskirts of Melbourne on 14 January before heading to Centennial Park in Sydney on 20 January.


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Bloc Party announces headline Australian shows "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Alongside dates on their joint headline tour with Interpol, Bloc Party have announced a slew of Australian headlining tour dates. Gracing stages Down Under for the first time since 2018, youll have to head to Perth, Adelaide or Hobart to catch Bloc Party on their own. However, theyll be heading to Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne on November 16 for a show alongside Interpol.

Bloc Party tour

  • November 10 Red Hill Auditorium, Perth
  • November 12 Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide
  • November 14 Odeon Theatre, Hobart

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Set for release tomorrow July 21 Bloc Party are heading to Australia hot off the back of their latest album, The High Life. Containing collaborations with KennyHoopla, it marks some of Bloc Partys first collaborative efforts.

Ive been a fan of Kennys for a while now, Kele Okereke said in a statement. So when he came to London I jumped at the chance of getting in the studio together.

Bloc Party are gracing Australian stages for the first time since 2018 on their headline tour with Interpol. With their genre-bending catalogue of hailed gems from albums like Silent Alarm, A Weekend In The City, and Intimacy, as well as their recent release, Alpha Games, Bloc Party are set to electrify audiences.

Interpol and Bloc Party Australia

  • November 16 Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
  • November 18 Horden Pavilion, Sydney
  • November 22 Riverstage, Brisbane

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Dan Andrews is right to cancel Commonwealth Games "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Contributed by Joe Montero

Most of us get taken up by major sports events like the Commonwealth games and were looking forward for the next ones to take place in Australia. But as everyone knows now, they are off because the Victorian government says the state cant afford the cost blowout.

When all in considered, the states premier Dan Andrews was right to have the courage to say no. The cost blowout to $7 billion is far too much. There are far more important needs for the money to be spent on.

Photo by James Ross/AAP: Victorias premier Dan Andrews cancels Commonwealth Games

Efforts by parliamentary opponents trying to use the issue for their own political gain dont deserve to be rewarded for it. There are those functionaries and businesses suffering the loss of their own benefits. But their gain should not be at the cost of everyone elses loss.

The memory over the Tasmanian football stadium debacle is still fresh. Tasmanians held that other needs were more important. They killed it, and Dan Andrews has undoubtedly and for good reason taken this into account.

Channelling a significant part of the states budget to which is, after all a circus, would be irresponsible.  In the end, Victorians will not thank a government that did this and subsequently imposed the cost on them through cuts in services.

At a time when Australians are suffering from a cost of living blowout, there is a crying need to provide relief through more expenditure on affordable housing, health, and other measures that will help maintain a reasonable standard of living.

Money must be spent on transitioning to cleaner energy and building the infrastructure that help will generate a healthier economy to provide decent jobs and lift our income.

When a cost blowout on of this magnitude, up from $2.6 billion takes place, it throws up the suspicion that something not quite right has happened.  The reasons for the blowout have not been mad...


Request for stamp duty waiver for flood-affected residents denied "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Tile Whisperer apprentice Michael Daley standing on a wall knocked off house in South Lismore by force of flood. Photo Ben Hamilton.

A local flood-affected resident contacted The Echo around their disappointment that a request was denied by the NSW Labor government to have stamp duty waived on new purchases for flood victims who were saying yes to a buyback.

As previously reported, buyback offers made by the the Northern Rivers Reconstruction Corporation (NRRC) are at post-flood market rate, and there is little transparency around the appeals process. The NRRCs responsibilities were transferred to the NSW Reconstruction Authority on July 1.

The resident, who wished to remain anonymous said, At our most vulnerable time, when we need support now more than ever, not only are NRRC failing to aid the recovery process, but the NSW state government are also failing to read the room. 

They said the NSW Treasury Department replied, Unfortunately, under current legislation there is no discretion for the gover...


The Caused Of Blood Of War Pt 1 "IndyWatch Feed National"

As I delve into the world of Blood of War Pt 1, I am immediately captivated by its gripping storyline and intense action. This thrilling installment takes readers on a rollercoaster ride through the complexities of war, shedding light on the dark realities that unfold on the battlefield.

From the very first page, Blood of War Pt 1 thrusts us into a tale filled with adrenaline-pumping battles, strategic warfare, and thought-provoking moral dilemmas. The authors meticulous attention to detail allows us to vividly imagine each scene, immersing ourselves in the chaos and tension that permeate throughout.

In this enthralling narrative, we witness the clash of nations and ideologies, where loyalty is tested, and sacrifices are made. As a reader, I find myself drawn to these multidimensional characters who navigate treacherous terrains both physically and emotionally. This epic saga explores not only the physical consequences of war but also delves deep into its psychological impact on individuals and societies as a whole.

Stay tuned as I dissect Blood of War Pt 1 further in my upcoming articles. Together, well explore its intricate plot twists, analyze its thematic elements, and uncover hidden gems within this remarkable literary journey. Join me as we embark on an adventure that will leave you breathless and yearning for more.

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Welcome to the fascinating world of Blood of War Pt 1. In this section, Ill take you on a journey to uncover the origins and beginnings of this captivating story. So lets dive right in!



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<p>Welcome to <a href= "" rel= "nofollow noopener" style="color: #ff0000;" title= "This link will take you away from">The Daily Wrap Up</a>, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours (7/19/23).<br> As always, take the information discussed in the video below and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth is, or claiming they have the answer, is likely leading you astray, for one reason or another. Stay Vigilant.<br> (<a href= ""></a>)(<a href=""></a>)<br> !function(r,u,m,b,l,e){r._Rumble=b,r[b]||(r[b]=function(){(r[b]._=r[b]._||[]).push(arguments);if(r[b]._.length==1){l=u.createElement(m),e=u.getElementsByTagName(m)[0],l.async=1,l.src=""+(arguments[1].video?'.'+arguments[1].video:'')+"/?url="+encodeURIComponent(location.href)+"&args="+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify([].slice.apply(arguments))),e.parentNode.insertBefore(l,e)}})}(window, document, "script", "Rumble");<br> <br>  <br> <br> Rumble("play", {"video":"v2yew32","div":"rumble_v2yew32"});<br> <br> <br> Video Source Links (In Chronological Order)<br> <br> <br> <br> <a href= "">(9) KJ Russell on Twitter: "@TLAVagabond I see 3 on this post - 2 for Shein & 1 for Plant app." / Twitter
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INTERVIEW: Mike Benz Exposing Gov-Big Tech Censorship Industry "IndyWatch Feed National"

With the rise of the public-private mass-censorship industry, federal agencies have built a command and control communications pipeline directly into Big Tech with frightening implications for the future of free, open and democratic societies.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 18, 2023, Patrick talks with former US State Dept. official and executive director of Foundation for Freedom Online, Mike Benz, about the rise of the public-private mass-censorship industry based in Washington DC and Silicon Valley, but whose tentacles now span internationally. Federal agencies like the DHS (and its censorship arm CISA), the FBI and others have built a command and control communications pipeline directly into Big Tech, and deploy weaponized A.I. tools where they can enact speech control operations and manipulate political outcomes, and even elections. We discuss its emergence following Crimeas breakaway from Ukraine in 2014, and its proliferation in the aftermath of the 2016 election of Trump. All this and more. Listen:

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INTERVIEW: George Szamuely Poking the Bear: NATOs Abuse of Article 5 "IndyWatch Feed National"

Its now beyond debate: NATOs expansive alliance can no longer call itself defensive.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 17, 2023, Patrick talks with geopolitical analyst George Szamuely, a senior fellow at the Global Policy Institute, host of The Gaggle and author of Bombs for Peace: NATOs Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia, about the history of NATOs creeping encirclement of Russia, and how it set the stage for the Wests current proxy war against Russia in Ukraine. He also explains why the alliance can no longer call itself defensive, as well as its dangerous abuse of the Article 5 provision and why its not meant to be an attack on one is an attack on all a veritable fait accompli to WWIII. Who in their right mind really wants that? All this and more. Listen:

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INTERVIEW: Chay Bowes Kerch Bridge Attack Shows NATOs Desperation "IndyWatch Feed National"

The recent terrorist attack carried out by the US-UK-NATO axis and their Ukrainian proxy is an attempt to disable Russias Kerch Bridge which connects Crimea to the Russian mainland. Will their plan work?

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 17, 2023, Patrick talks with Irish journalist based in Moscow Chay Bowes, about the recent terrorist attack by the US-UK-NATO proxy regime in Kiev, as they attempted to disable Russias Kerch Bridge which connects Crimea to the Russian mainland and isolate Crimea in the process. Kiev still insists that they plan to retake Crimea, although this seems like a highly unrealistic projection. Was this an act of desperation by Zelensky and his handlers in Washington and London? How is this affecting Russia, and what will it mean in terms of the Black Sea security and Grain Deal? All this and more. Listen:

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As the Country Burns, Where Are Americas Climate Patriots? "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Deep-red Texas is baking under a heat dome. True-blue Massachusetts is choking on the smoke of Canadian fires. Purple-state Arizona is scaling back residential construction as severe drought grips the Southwest.


The apolitical wrath of climate change has never been more apparent than it is today, begging the question: How can we forge a non-ideological consensus to take on the climate emergency?


The notion of a bipartisan crusade against the ravages of climate change in hyperpolarized America may seem positively quaint, especially with a Republican Party still largely denying the severity or, in some cases, the existence of the climate crisis. But in a nation where neither major party has been able to maintain unified power for more than a congressional cycle since 2007, what is the alternative?



The nation is under assault from an enemy that does not distinguish between races, creeds, religions, or political affiliations. The ravages of climate change are coming for all of us.



The urgency of the climate crisis does not allow for Pollyanna delusions of a progressive political tide that would rapidly usher in an era of aggressive climate policies. And even in the highly unlikely event of sustained, unified Democratic governance, recent history offers little assurance that Democrats would embrace the far-reaching agenda needed to stave off the worst effects of climate change. Indeed, the Democratic Party, both at the national and state level, has more than its share of climate incrementalists and outright fossil fuel industry apologists. Joe Manchin may be the bogeyman for climate activists, but he is far from alone among Democrats in his bowing to petrochemical interests.


So where does that leave us? Perhaps the answer is to reframe the need for urgent climate action in the most American of ways: as one that puts love of country above all else.


This is not a mere marketing strategy, but an approach guided by the undeniable facts of climate change. The nation is under assault from an enemy albeit one of our own making that does not distinguish between races, creeds, religions, or political affiliations. The ravages of climate change are coming for all of us.


In such circumstances, the only rational response is one that encourages alliances which transcend our broken politics and reject the doomsday path of denial, accommodation and gradual reform. The new climate patriot could be of any political persuasion, and could be just as easily...

Wednesday, 19 July


Australia, Deserved Cancellations: Victoria Rejects the Commonwealth Games "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

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Seymour Hersh: Ordinary People by the Millions "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Seymour Hersh / Substack Lunch with Tom Frank is a totally American experience. Hes a proud native of Kansas but far from a country boy: he got his doctorate from the University of Chicago and has written a series of influential books. He likes people, food, and telling it like it is. He teases the waiter, talks about a healthy salad, and then orders an overstuffed sandwich that he wolfs down as he dissects the increasingly crazed American political world. Hes not just a guy who happens to be bright and unpretentious and a lot of fun who has chosen to focus on American politics; hes a political prophet who two decades ago saw what others could not glimpse and published Whats the Matter with Kansas?, a bestseller that told how and why the working-class folks of Kansas, once radical progressives, have moved farther and farther to the right in recent years. It was a profound book that foretold much about our current political woes.

In 2016, the sweet-faced Frank put a shiv into the heart of the Democratic establishment in Listen, Liberal, a devastating account of the failures of the party. In 2020 he broadened his canvas to tell the story of populism in the US and its failure to take hold of the nations institutions, framed as a critique of its enemies, in The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism.

His message is more relevant than ever, as we and the world face a most uncertain immediate future. We got into it over lunch a few weeks ago and he agreed to answer my questions in an edited version presented here.

SEYMOUR HERSH: How did we get to the political fault line that gave us a Donald Trump? When did it all start?

THOMAS FRANK: I sometimes feel like its the story of my life, because it all began shortly after I was born in 1965, during the Vietnam era. Within a few years came the beginning of the culture wars and the eclipsing of the old liberal consensus. Its important to remember two facts about it all: First, that every single battle in the culture wars has been presented to us over the years as a kind of substitute class war, as an uprising of ordinary people with their humble values, against the highbrow elite.

The other fact is that, at the same time the Republicans were perfecting the culture-war formula, the Democrats were announcing that they no longer wanted to be the party of blue-collar workers. They said this more or less openly in the early 1970s. They envisioned a more idealistic, more noble constituency out there in the form of the young people then coming off the college campuses plus the enlightened white-collar elite....


Things Are Going Really Poorly for Putin in Ukraine "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

If you are reading the headline of this story and are following whats happening in Ukraine, you might be asking yourself: Really? But hasnt that much-hyped counteroffensive been less effective than the Ukrainians had hoped?

That may be true. However, when you take a step back and think about where things stand, you realize just how poorly the war is going for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Lets look at the big picture: Its been roughly a year and a half since his troops invaded Ukraine. Well, or at least tried to invade.

Since then, Russia has suffered massive losses, both in terms of lives and equipment destroyed. Its tough to say how many casualties the invading forces have suffered, but a new independent assessment estimates that 50,000 Russians have died so far.

In addition, Putins regime is hemorrhaging resources. That does not include the tanks that are being destroyed but also the missiles that Russia keeps firing at Ukraine. Those things dont grow on trees.

And for what? If you had asked Vlad the Invader in February of last year how much territory he thought he would have won by now, the answer probably would not have been Were hoping for some marginal gains in eastern Ukraine.

Obviously, it is true that Ukraine is also suffering heavy losses, and, as the smaller country, its casualties are more difficult to replace.

In addition, its not just soldiers who are getting killed (probably around 20-25,000) but also civilians (close to 10,000). Then there are the millions of refugees and thousands of people who have been abducted and abused.

But inflicting that kind of traumatic punishment on the Ukrainian people wasnt the goal; it was taking their land. And here, Russia has failed.

In defending its country, Ukraine has also used a lot of resources. However, as opposed to Russia, it is getting a steady supply of (often superior) weapons from Western countries, and they come free of....


Bloomberg hit-piece targeting anti-child-trafficking film Sound of Freedom was penned by LGBT activist who opposed stigmatizing pedophiles "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Joseph Mackinnon The Blaze July 17, 2023

The author of Bloombergs Saturday smear of the massively successful anti-child-trafficking film Sound of Freedom was penned by a radical LGBT activist who has argued in favor of destigmatizing pedophilia.

Noah Berlatskys apparent eagerness to brand the films popularity as ominous has prompted others online to both consider his possible motivations and review his past writ on the subject of pedophilia.

The critique

In his July 15 Bloomberg article, entitled QAnon and Sound of Freedom Both Rely on Tired Hollywood Tropes, which has since been republished by the Washington Post, Berlatsky suggested that the film has been embraced by the far right and Christians in part because the far right is motivated by myths of corrupted innocence and corruption avenged.

Berlatsky rehashed claims advanced in a similar hit-piece by a senior writer at Rolling Stone, intimating that the films presentation of trafficking is misleading.

As if to reassure, Berlatsky claimed that the majority of children sexually trafficked are actually between the ages of 15 and 17, adding that in 41% of the cases, a family member was involved. Behind those numbers are often stories of addiction, disowned LGBTQ+ people and trading sex on the street to survive.

Thats why experts worry that Sound of Freedoms stranger danger narrative, and the way it centers on victims who are as innocent and as sympathetic as possible, may make it more difficult to organize help for less perfect victims when they are targeted by those close to them, he continued.

Just as the depiction of victims as innocent or sympathetic are allegedly problematic, so too are the Hollywood depictions of good and bad where the bad guys are unremittingly evil, and the good guys are sensitive and unfailingly virtuous.

Is Sound of Freedom a QAnon dog whistle, or is it just another thriller? The answer is that whatever the filmmakers intentions it functions as both, wrote Berlatsky. These narratives do little to help victims. But they can create coalitions of feeling, disgust and righteous rage that connect conservative conspiracy theorists with the mainstream....


Heat Is Radiating From A Huge Mass Under The Moon "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"


Of course we do not know for sure but this is likely. We have granetic masses all over and they are typically intrusions telling of a hot mass of rock squeezing upward without all the drama of volcanism.  again, rare elements do not concentrate but radiate to produce heat.  So yes this is the likely answer.

Yet i also conjecture that this lunar crust was also boosted straight out of the Pacific basin on Earth itself before water went to work to alter everything.  I would like to see a live debate on this impossibility to establish a balance of probabilities.

We already know that the MOON is very much a Deus ex Machina.  More important it is ours and is used to sustain our hyper stable surface climate.  It is also impossible that it was not manufactured top to bottom. after knowing that, it is then all about inferances.

Heat Is Radiating From A Huge Mass Under The Moon

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Deserved Cancellations: Victoria Rejects the Commonwealth Games "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Hosting sporting events has always been a governments formula to distract their seducible subjects.  Its the choir turned into flesh and performance.  If such occasions are of sufficient scale, they might even be political promotions, body beautiful types paraded and performing before clapping and glorifying spectators.  Sponsors also have their share of exposure. Horrendous expenses can thereby be justified, raids on the treasury written off in the name of improving societys spiritual being.

For all their heralded merits, mega sporting events usually have two clear outcomes: the budget blowout followed by the White Elephant syndrome.  In that effort, other spending programs will be slashed or sacrificed altogether.  But the propagandists will always shoot back: the sporting show is not merely the athlete on display but a form of renewal, a communal release.  Why such renewal cannot happen without the building of sporting facilities with public funds is never made clear, though much is made of consumer spending, be it on food, drink and accommodation.

Such issues, and more beside, have been ignited with the cancellation of the 2026 Commonwealth Games by the Victorian state government.  Premier Daniel Andrews, in announcing the matter on July 18, stated that the cost of hosting the Commonwealth Games in Victoria would exceed A$6 billion, more than twice the estimated economic benefit the Games would bring our state.

Andrews explains the main reason for originally agreeing to host the Games: to deliver lasting benefits in housing, tourism and sporting infrastructure for regional Victoria.  It was flawed reasoning from the start, linking the hosting of a sporting event with a social, economic program.  But even more critically, the decision to host an event no one else wanted was made even as the states debt was ballooning.  Victoria faces deficits fed by the borrowing of A$31.5 billion worth in emergency funds to combat the COVID pandemic.  The cynics had to venture the point that this whole affair was an indulgent political gambit, at least in part: to pitch for the Games would earn rewards at the November 2022 poll.

Given such money problems, the burgeoning costs came to be seen as something of a nightmare.  This was hardly helped by the governments own decision to essentially avoid the pre-existing facilities already available in Melbourne.  The decision to spread the games across four regional hubs in Victoria was always going to swell the sum in any logistical sense.

In place of not hosting the games, the Andrews government is offering a comprehensive A$2 billion package to ensure regional Victoria still receives....


New Evidence In Tupac Shakur Murder Case As Las Vegas Police Conduct Search "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

The tragic demise of Tupac Shakur, an iconic figure in the world of hip-hop, has been a topic of intrigue and speculation for over two decades. The investigation into his murder, which took place in Las Vegas in 1996, has been fraught with controversy and unanswered questions.

On that fateful night of September 7, 1996, Tupac Shakur was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. He was rushed to the hospital but succumbed to his injuries six days later. The murder of this influential rapper sent shockwaves through the music industry and his fans worldwide.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) was tasked with the responsibility of investigating this high-profile case. However, despite their best efforts, the case remains unsolved, and the identity of Tupacs killer remains unknown.

In a recent development, the LVMPD executed a search warrant at a residence in Las Vegas as part of the ongoing investigation into Tupacs murder. The search warrant was issued following a tip received by the police department, according to the Associated Press. The police have not disclosed the specifics of the tip or the results of the search, citing the ongoing nature of the investigation.

The execution of the search warrant has reignited interest in the case, with many hoping that this could be a significant breakthrough in the long-standing mystery surrounding Tupacs murder. However, the LVMPD has cautioned against speculation and has reiterated their commitment to conducting a thorough and comprehensive investigation.

The murder of Tupac Shakur is not...


Eliminationism Starts With Language "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

25 years ago at the annual meeting of Portlands Lesbian Community Project, there was a motion on the floor to adopt a statement recognizing trans people as partners in liberation and trans women who joined LCP as full members with rights indistinguishable from other members.

During the discussion from the floor the people who objected to the proposal also rejected all the language necessary to talk about the proposal. They insisted that they were not cis, not not trans, and not non-trans. There was no language acceptable to them which would even allow the debate to be had. Woman, lesbian, and normal were all terms to be used exclusively for them and those these opponents personally validated.

Cis objections to the word cis as well as phrases like non-trans are 100% about who controls normal, but the effort to control normal is not an end of its own. Controlling language or normality and other words and phrases central to discussing the social realities of sex and gender are also about whether or not we are even allowed to have conversations. If opponents of gender liberation sufficiently control the language, then certain ideas cannot be effectively communicated, and meaningful understandings of trans lives cannot even be articulated. Without those understandings, that information about who trans people are, what the trans experience is, and even what is meant by the word trans, there can be no such thing as trans advocacy.

And that is the world they wish to occupy: a world in which they are not merely centred as normal, but a world in which no one can say transness exists, and no argument could ever be articulated in favour of trans humanity. Imagine a world in which sex and gender discrimination is banned, but so is deviation from sex and gender norms. It sounds weirdly dystopian, but its exactly the world weve occupied for much of my life.

For the cis supremacists, rebutting the arguments that trans people are people and that trans rights are human rights is tiring, and places them on the defensive. It even, occasionally, causes them to appear gauche.Their response to the debilitating possibility that they might feel awkward is, obviously, that language must be constructed such that those arguments cannot exist in the first place. Likewise books that make such arguments must be banned. They arent resistant to a particular position on the best way to construct a just world. Like the racists with whom John Venn would be happy to show their extensive overlap, they object to any effort to create a just world.

Their answer (book banning, language control) is also, not incidentally, the answer arrived at by IngSoc, who did not defend their positions so much as obviate defense by eliminating critique: first by linguistic control, later by thought control, and in the last re...


"NIMBYism in Sydney is leading to racist outcomes," Developer agenda slurs democratic resistance to subdivision "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Developers want to treat Australia as their backyard, and they want you to shut up. "Residents of the affluent east and north of Greater Sydney housing development in their suburbs. This NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) resistance has led to urban sprawl in areas of Western Sydney with a well-documented lack of , and ," say and two urban-planning professionals with academic and political positions.

This article from is an amazing study in using convoluted illogic to stigmatise a class of people.  It supposes that people...


Pan-African News Wire "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Ukraine Lost Several Armies During Ongoing Conflict Russian Mission to UN

"And the Western countries, instead of stepping up diplomatic efforts, chose to double their support for Ukraine and arms supplies," Dmitry Polyansky added

UNITED NATIONS, July 18. /TASS/. Ukraine has lost more than one army and almost all of its weapons ever since it refused to engage in negotiations, Russian First Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Dmitry Polyansky said at a Security Council meeting.

"The Bucha provocation created the necessary smokescreen, which the Ukrainian leadership used to cover the fact that they chose armed confrontation with Russia instead of peace," Polyansky pointed out, "And the Western countries, instead of stepping up diplomatic efforts, chose to double their support for Ukraine and arms supplies."

"The price of this fateful decision for Ukraine was hundreds of thousands of dead and injured young Ukrainians, whom the Kiev regime now continues to throw into the meat grinder on the eastern and southern fronts, trying in vain to prove to its Western curators that Ukraine can win," the diplomat said, "Since the beginning of the conflict, the country has lost several armies and has practically run out of its own weapons."


Messenger RNA Vaccines in Meat Animals "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccines became a household term during the COVID-19 pandemic. But many are unaware that these experimental shots may be used in livestock intended for food.

Concerns that mRNA injections could end up "in the global protein supply chain" prompted warnings from cattle producers and calls for mandatory country of origin labeling (MCOOL) so consumers can choose meat from countries that dont allow mRNA shots in meat animals.Backlash quickly ensued, with media spinning a familiar tune and trying to paint the valid concerns as "conspiracy theories," "fearmongering" and "misinformation."2

Cattle Groups Calls for Caution Over mRNA in Beef

In an April 2023 news release, Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund United Stockgrowers of America (R-CALF USA), a nonprofit that represents interests of independent U.S. cattle producers, shared concerns about the use of mRNA shots in meat animals.

Max Thornsberry, DVM, R-CALFs animal health committee chair, met with medial doctors and a molecular biologist before briefing the R-CALF USA board:3

"Thornsberry reported that some researchers have found that mRNA and its coded virus is likely passed from an injected human to a noninjected human, and to humans who have consumed dairy products or meat from an mRNA-injected animal.

He said that because the research on mRNA is still in its infancy, no one really knows the full impact it has on either humans or animals, particularly its long-term impact. He said this itself warrants more extensive mRNA research focused on safety, heightened public vigilance, and greater transparency."

In a commentary, R-CALF CEO Bill Bullard also urged caution regarding mRNA injections, stating:4

"Its not a vaccine as we typically understand vaccines. So, for the rest of this discussion, Ill refer to it as an injection. Its an injection of a laboratory-produced substance into humans or livestock that is coded with a particular virus, such as COVID-19, that produces an immune response against the particular virus.

And what does mRNA do? Well, it hijacks living cells, tricking them into producing some level of immunity against human viruses like COVID-19 and livestock viruses such as foot-and-mouth disease or lumpy skin disease. It does this by rewriting the instructions from the bodys DNA. And what are the potential risks to humans and livestock?

The truthful answer is we dont...


The Looming Addiction Crisis Fueled by AI "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

From Insider: The first Adderall ad appeared in my Instagram feed during the height of pandemic isolation. I thought the slick 30-second video promising me a super easy way to get ADHD medication was another gimmick. But after the algorithm pushed a few more plugs my way, I started to get curious. The drugs, to my surprise, were real. Unlike countless sketchy ads for black-market supplements, Cerebral, the then-hot telehealth startup behind the ads, offered a legal path to prescription medications.

It was indeed a super easy path too easy. My intake process to get prescribed a potentially addictive amphetamine turned out to be easier than getting Taylor Swift tickets or an appointment with my primary-care physician. Even as I doubted that I met the clinical criteria for ADHD, I could honestly answer the vague, brief self-assessment (e.g., How often do you have difficulty paying attention when you are doing boring or repetitive work?) and receive the same result as tens of thousands of AI-targeted customers: You have some symptoms consistent with ADHD. We suggest further evaluation. When I spoke to a Cerebral nurse practitioner for all of 13 minutes, the experience was much the same. Answering that, yes, my concentration was strained in the middle of a once-in-a-century pandemic got me an official diagnosis and prescription. Like its many telehealth competitors, including, and...


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Ferbrache: You may have missed a startling part of Wray's testimony on backdoor gun control "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

FBI Director Chris Wray was again House Republicans' favorite punching bag. With daily revelations from House Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-KY) and Charles Grassley (R-IA) in the Senate virtually cementing Hunter Biden's role as a major influence peddler to foreign countries, including China, Republicans want answers from the FBI as evidence on Hunter seems to implicate the President. Wray's interrogators went after him on a smorgasbord of allegations of the FBI violating its own policies and procedures, i.e., the Durham Report, and egregious Constitutional violations of citizens' rights. Wray's evasiveness enraged Republicans seeking answers to, among other concerns: Whether the FBI used undercover agents or directed sources to, maybe enthusiastically, participate in the Jan. 6 riot, and what is the Bureau's alleged relationship with the ubiquitous Ray Epps? In another curiously timed development, Epp's attorney indicated the government now intends to charge...


Calling Time on the Commonwealth Games? Sporting Events Demise May Mirror Organisations Decline "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Victorias withdrawal from hosting the 2026 Commonwealth Games has thrown the future of the event into serious doubt. The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) had been struggling to find a host until the Australian state volunteered in April 2022. However, the offer was not unconditional and skyrocketing costs and state budgetary issues have now made it Continue reading "Calling Time on the Commonwealth Games? Sporting Events Demise May Mirror Organisations Decline"


CBDC Rabbit Hole Converges With GOLD! "IndyWatch Feed National"

Bank of International Settlements

There cant really be an institution that includes 63 of the worlds central banks and our trusted mainstream media not really report on it, can there?

J.P. Morgan, the actual person, along with several other prominent bankers of his era, helped form the Bank of International Settlements in the early 1930s as an answer to the complex global environment of the time.

Today, the bank is headquartered in Basel (Switzerland). Just a couple of weeks ago, it released its blueprint for the future of the monetary system.

The report is lengthy, and I went through it.

Its revolutionary. Once implemented, it reveals how the future includes more central banking in your daily lives than ever before along with elements from cryptography, cybersecurity, and hard assets if done right.

Additionally, it offers hope for privacy and individual rights in countries where citizens arent pissing away their freedoms for security.

This is probably the most educational publication weve authored in our history, so if you want to know what report 63 of the worlds largest central banks have been handed in the past 14 days, here is the gist of it:

  • The Bank of International Settlements envisions a monetary system with far less intermediaries just like Bitcoin enthusiasts are passionate about
  • The chief part of their proposed framework is tokenization

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