Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Australia Calling

Reported by Derrick MacThomas


A plan to give power companies the ability and authority to turn power to your home off and on at their whim has been exposed. This is the government's plan for how to deal with the consequences of lack of investment in infrastructure.

The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas for this week which features this story and more form down under can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
Here: Australia Calling Latest Edition.

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Fausty said...

Almost everything you describe is happening in 1st World countries.

The idea is to destroy the infrastructure and reduce the attachment people have to their nation states - to make way for a world government, naturally.

Flooding the country with workers from the 3rd world, forces labour costs down.

TPTB incentivise politicians to rape their countries by allowing them to help themselves to spoils - ever noticed how nobody with any power ever gets prosecuted, or suffers 'unduly' for their crimes?

In the UK and USA, new-build houses are having thermostats installed which can be remotely controlled! Think about that for a moment.

Sympathies, bro. We're all in it together. Let's fight the b@stards!

Jeff ( Va. Rebel ) said...

The electric metering box on alot of houses here are programmed where they can be shut off from the power station. They said it was in case of an emergency blah blah ...

They put one on my mom's house years ago - I told them I didn't want one installed at my place. So far, no forced issues.

Control - the name of the game.