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  • LABOR/GREEN ATTACK ON OUR CHILDREN STARTS IN THE WOMB

    Could you vote for those who proudly support the killing our most vulnerable lives?

    BABIES' LIVES MATTER!
    LABOR/GREEN ATTACK ON OUR CHILDREN STARTS IN THE WOMB Could you vote for those who proudly support the killing our most vulnerable lives? BABIES' LIVES MATTER!
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  • POTUS - President Trump the peace President

    Israel and Sudan agree to normalize relations in a U.S.-brokered deal
    Sudan becomes the latest formerly hostile Middle Eastern neighbor to normalize relations with Israel by way of a Trump administration deal.

    By Sophie Mann - October 23, 2020
    Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize relations in a U.S.-brokered deal that was announced on Friday. The agreement ends decades of animosity between the two nations as Sudan joins a number of countries that have recently agreed to sign a peace deal with Israel.

    The deal will be significant for Sudan, whose relationship with the United States deteriorated in the 1990s after the U.S. invoked sanctions against the African nation for harboring Osama bin Laden, who was then the terrorist leader of al Qaeda. In exchange for their participation in the deal, the U.S. will remove Sudan from a list of countries it considers to be state sponsors of terrorism. Formerly, Sudan's inclusion on that list has prevented the struggling country from receiving certain forms of international aid.

    Earlier this year, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreed to normalize relations with Israel, as former enemies in the region find common ground in their desire to prevent Iran from gaining influence.

    President Trump tweeted early this week that he would remove Sudan from the state sponsors of terror list as soon as its government deposits $335 million in compensation for victims of two bombings at the American embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, which occurred in 1998 and 2000 respectively. On Thursday, Sudan's Minister of Information said the money had been deposited into an escrow account.

    The historic arrangement between Sudan and Israel illustrates a complete revision of the African nation's former attitude toward peace with the small Middle Eastern nation. In 1967, following the Arab-Israeli war, Sudan hosted the Arab League summit in Khartoum, where the eight participating nations agreed to the concept of the "Three Nos": No peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, and no negotiations with Israel.

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    POTUS - President Trump the peace President Israel and Sudan agree to normalize relations in a U.S.-brokered deal Sudan becomes the latest formerly hostile Middle Eastern neighbor to normalize relations with Israel by way of a Trump administration deal. By Sophie Mann - October 23, 2020 Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize relations in a U.S.-brokered deal that was announced on Friday. The agreement ends decades of animosity between the two nations as Sudan joins a number of countries that have recently agreed to sign a peace deal with Israel. The deal will be significant for Sudan, whose relationship with the United States deteriorated in the 1990s after the U.S. invoked sanctions against the African nation for harboring Osama bin Laden, who was then the terrorist leader of al Qaeda. In exchange for their participation in the deal, the U.S. will remove Sudan from a list of countries it considers to be state sponsors of terrorism. Formerly, Sudan's inclusion on that list has prevented the struggling country from receiving certain forms of international aid. Earlier this year, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreed to normalize relations with Israel, as former enemies in the region find common ground in their desire to prevent Iran from gaining influence. President Trump tweeted early this week that he would remove Sudan from the state sponsors of terror list as soon as its government deposits $335 million in compensation for victims of two bombings at the American embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, which occurred in 1998 and 2000 respectively. On Thursday, Sudan's Minister of Information said the money had been deposited into an escrow account. The historic arrangement between Sudan and Israel illustrates a complete revision of the African nation's former attitude toward peace with the small Middle Eastern nation. In 1967, following the Arab-Israeli war, Sudan hosted the Arab League summit in Khartoum, where the eight participating nations agreed to the concept of the "Three Nos": No peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, and no negotiations with Israel. https://justthenews.com/world/middle-east/israel-and-sudan-agree-normalize-relations-us-brokered-deal
    Israel and Sudan agree to normalize relations in a U.S.-brokered deal
    Sudan becomes the latest formerly hostile Middle Eastern neighbor to normalize relations with Israel by way of a Trump administration deal.
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  • REMEMBER QLD VOTERS - GUILTY, EVIL PREDATORS GET MORE PROTECTION THAN OUR CHILDREN UNDER LABOR/GREENS

    How safe are our children under Labor/Green?
    REMEMBER QLD VOTERS - GUILTY, EVIL PREDATORS GET MORE PROTECTION THAN OUR CHILDREN UNDER LABOR/GREENS How safe are our children under Labor/Green?
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  • LIFE UNDER A LABOR GOVERNMENT - Qld next?

    Will QLD voters make the same mistake as Victoria?
    LIFE UNDER A LABOR GOVERNMENT - Qld next? Will QLD voters make the same mistake as Victoria?
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  • WAR ON EVIL CHILD ABUSE CONTINUES - OPERATION MOLTO - AUSTRALIA CHILD ABUSER RING BUSTED - 44 MEN CHARGED

    *****16 CHILDREN SAVED******

    16 children saved from alleged paedophile ring, 44 men arrested in AFP raids

    A crackdown on alleged child sex offenders across the country has resulted in 44 men being charged as cops say the problem is worse than ever.

    Hannah Moore, NCA NewsWire - October 23, 2020

    Paedophile crackdown: New punishments after horrific discoveries

    A whopping 44 men have been charged and 16 children saved from potential abuse in a stunning crackdown on alleged child sex offenders.

    Operation Molto, run by the Australian Federal Police, was launched last year after an international tip-off that thousands of men worldwide were sharing child abuse images over a cloud-based storage system.

    The operation has led to arrests across the country, with a total of 350 charges laid against the alleged offenders.

    Most arrests were from Queensland and Victoria, while the Northern Territory was the only state to not have a single person charged.

    Six children were removed from potential harm in both South Australia and Victoria, while there were two in Queensland and one each in NSW and the ACT.

    Assistant Commissioner Lesa Gale said traffic to dark web forums hosting child abuse material had more than doubled since last year, with websites regularly crashing under the demand.

    Ms Gale said in addition to the spike in quantity of the material, its content was turning darker.

    “Along with the increase in reports and the relative size of seizures, Australian law enforcement is witnessing an increase in the severity of exploitation, and a trend towards younger children, including babies,” she told The Daily Telegraph.

    Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton revealed in parliament on Thursday there had been a “dramatic increase” in the number of reports of child exploitation material made to the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE).

    “From 1 July, 2019, to 30 June this year, ACCCE ­received 21,000 incoming ­reports of child exploitation material. That’s compared to 14,000 reports in the previous financial year, a dramatic ­increase,” Mr Dutton said.

    AFP commander Jamie Strauss said in July recent investigations had shown children were being groomed and then blackmailed to produce more and more extreme material with the fear that if they didn’t do it, the material would be shared.

    COVID-19 had worsened the situation, as children were more online than ever.

    “We suspect that offenders will use this second wave of COVID-19 as an opportunity to find more potential child victims, as young people spend an increasing amount of time online with limited adult supervision,” Mr Strauss said.

    Originally published as 16 kids saved from alleged paedo ring

    www.couriermail.com.au/breaking-news/44-men-charged-in-crackdown-on-alleged-child-sex-creeps-16-kids-removed-from-harm/news-story/7cea71114c81f44df0bf36f337b11840
    WAR ON EVIL CHILD ABUSE CONTINUES - OPERATION MOLTO - AUSTRALIA CHILD ABUSER RING BUSTED - 44 MEN CHARGED *****16 CHILDREN SAVED****** 16 children saved from alleged paedophile ring, 44 men arrested in AFP raids A crackdown on alleged child sex offenders across the country has resulted in 44 men being charged as cops say the problem is worse than ever. Hannah Moore, NCA NewsWire - October 23, 2020 Paedophile crackdown: New punishments after horrific discoveries A whopping 44 men have been charged and 16 children saved from potential abuse in a stunning crackdown on alleged child sex offenders. Operation Molto, run by the Australian Federal Police, was launched last year after an international tip-off that thousands of men worldwide were sharing child abuse images over a cloud-based storage system. The operation has led to arrests across the country, with a total of 350 charges laid against the alleged offenders. Most arrests were from Queensland and Victoria, while the Northern Territory was the only state to not have a single person charged. Six children were removed from potential harm in both South Australia and Victoria, while there were two in Queensland and one each in NSW and the ACT. Assistant Commissioner Lesa Gale said traffic to dark web forums hosting child abuse material had more than doubled since last year, with websites regularly crashing under the demand. Ms Gale said in addition to the spike in quantity of the material, its content was turning darker. “Along with the increase in reports and the relative size of seizures, Australian law enforcement is witnessing an increase in the severity of exploitation, and a trend towards younger children, including babies,” she told The Daily Telegraph. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton revealed in parliament on Thursday there had been a “dramatic increase” in the number of reports of child exploitation material made to the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE). “From 1 July, 2019, to 30 June this year, ACCCE ­received 21,000 incoming ­reports of child exploitation material. That’s compared to 14,000 reports in the previous financial year, a dramatic ­increase,” Mr Dutton said. AFP commander Jamie Strauss said in July recent investigations had shown children were being groomed and then blackmailed to produce more and more extreme material with the fear that if they didn’t do it, the material would be shared. COVID-19 had worsened the situation, as children were more online than ever. “We suspect that offenders will use this second wave of COVID-19 as an opportunity to find more potential child victims, as young people spend an increasing amount of time online with limited adult supervision,” Mr Strauss said. Originally published as 16 kids saved from alleged paedo ring www.couriermail.com.au/breaking-news/44-men-charged-in-crackdown-on-alleged-child-sex-creeps-16-kids-removed-from-harm/news-story/7cea71114c81f44df0bf36f337b11840
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  • OBAMA TRIES TO RALLY BIDEN'S SUPPORTERS.....all 6 of them, well 4, the rest are press.

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    OBAMA TRIES TO RALLY BIDEN'S SUPPORTERS.....all 6 of them, well 4, the rest are press. https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1319100290747039746?s=20
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  • ELECTION CORRUPTION
    ELECTION CORRUPTION
    Twitter Changes Retweet Functionality to Add ‘Friction’ Before Election
    Twitter Changes Retweet Functionality to Add 'Friction' Before Election
    Social media site Twitter is reportedly altering how retweets work on its platform ahead of the November presidential election in an attempt to prevent the spread of what it considers "misinformation" on the platform. The company hopes that adding "friction," or extra clicks, will slow down the virality of content like the New York Post Biden bombshells the company clumsily censored last week.
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  • QLD EXTREME BORDER STANCE LEADING TO AUSTRALIA'S WORST UNEMPLOYMENT

    Palaszczuk's hard border stance leading to the 'worst unemployment rate in the country': Pitt

    20/10/2020|7min

    Resources Minister Keith Pitt says while Annastacia Palaszczuk's hard stance on borders was very popular in Queensland, it was leading to the "worst unemployment rate in the country" and was affecting whether businesses could get back to work.

    Mr Pitt also noted lockdowns in Victoria were affecting business supply chains around the country stating some businesses had a terrible quarter despite peak demand because some manufacturers operated out of Melbourne.

    "No supply means no sales, means no jobs," he said.

    QLD EXTREME BORDER STANCE LEADING TO AUSTRALIA'S WORST UNEMPLOYMENT Palaszczuk's hard border stance leading to the 'worst unemployment rate in the country': Pitt 20/10/2020|7min Resources Minister Keith Pitt says while Annastacia Palaszczuk's hard stance on borders was very popular in Queensland, it was leading to the "worst unemployment rate in the country" and was affecting whether businesses could get back to work. Mr Pitt also noted lockdowns in Victoria were affecting business supply chains around the country stating some businesses had a terrible quarter despite peak demand because some manufacturers operated out of Melbourne. "No supply means no sales, means no jobs," he said.
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  • VOLUNTEER DOCTOR DIES FROM COVID VACCINE HUMAN TRIALS

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    Coronavirus AstraZeneca vaccine: Volunteer dies during human trials

    A volunteer taking part in the trial for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, which Australians could be given doses of, has died.

    Ally Foster allyjfoster OCTOBER 22, 2020

    COVID-19 vaccine volunteer reveals side effects
    A volunteer taking part in human trials for the University of Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine has died, sparking concern and confusion over the circumstances surrounding his death.

    The man has been named as 28-year-old doctor João Pedro R. Feitosa from Brazil.

    He was taking part in the Brazilian trials of the coronavirus vaccine candidate being developed by the university and pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca when he died on October 15.

    No official information on the cause of his death has been given, though unofficially, it has been reported he died of complications due to COVID-19.

    Equally, the vaccine developers are unable to confirm whether Dr Feitosa was on the vaccine or the placebo as part of the trial, however an unnamed person close to the trial process revealed toBloomberg that he had been given the placebo.

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    João Pedro R. Feitosa was working as a doctor on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic before his death. Picture: João Pedro R. Feitosa/Facebook
    João Pedro R. Feitosa was working as a doctor on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic before his death. Picture: João Pedro R. Feitosa/FacebookSource:Facebook

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    Anvisa, Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency, confirmed on Wednesday that it had been “formally notified of the case on October 19” and had since received a report on the independent review from the security and evaluation committee overseeing the study.

    It seems the trials will continue to go ahead despite the death, with organisers of the study saying the independent review concluded there were no safety concerns and that testing of the vaccine could go on.

    “All significant medical incidents, whether participants are in the control group or the COVID-19 vaccine group, are independently reviewed,” the University of Oxford said in a statement.

    “Following careful assessment of this case in Brazil, there have been no concerns about safety of the clinical trial, and the independent review in addition to the Brazilian regulator have recommended that the trial should continue.”

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    AstraZeneca also confirmed the trials would be going ahead as planned, saying an assessment of the death did not reveal “any concerns about continuation of the ongoing study”.

    It is understood that 50 per cent of trial volunteers are given the vaccination and the other half are given a placebo.

    The developers of the vaccine would not confirm which group Dr Feitosa was in, saying they are prevented from giving details on candidates due to medical confidentiality.

    However, Bloomberg reported an unnamed person close to the trial process said Dr Feitosa had been given the placebo.

    This statement appeared to be backed up by another source familiar with the situation, with the person telling Reuters that the trial would have been suspended if the candidate was part of the group that had received the vaccine.

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    Mystery has also surrounded the exact cause of Dr Feitosa’s death, with officials involved in the trial again saying that data on the volunteers “must be kept confidential, in accordance with principles of confidentiality, human dignity and protection of participants”.

    However Brazilian media outlet, Globo, reported Dr Feitosa, who had been working on the front lines of the pandemic, died of complications from COVID-19.

    He graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) last year, and was reportedly in good health prior to contracting the disease.

    RELATED: 1.7 million lost Aussies due to COVID

    Following Dr Feitosa’s death, UFRJ released a statement, confirming he had died “from the COVID-19 infection he contracted while working on the front lines in the fight against the pandemic”.

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    https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/coronavirus-astrazeneca-vaccine-volunteer-dies-during-human-trials/news-story/f361f594d6ef70bccb1bc41064ebb31e
    VOLUNTEER DOCTOR DIES FROM COVID VACCINE HUMAN TRIALS Partake in article polls in this link Coronavirus AstraZeneca vaccine: Volunteer dies during human trials A volunteer taking part in the trial for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, which Australians could be given doses of, has died. Ally Foster allyjfoster OCTOBER 22, 2020 COVID-19 vaccine volunteer reveals side effects A volunteer taking part in human trials for the University of Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine has died, sparking concern and confusion over the circumstances surrounding his death. The man has been named as 28-year-old doctor João Pedro R. Feitosa from Brazil. He was taking part in the Brazilian trials of the coronavirus vaccine candidate being developed by the university and pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca when he died on October 15. No official information on the cause of his death has been given, though unofficially, it has been reported he died of complications due to COVID-19. Equally, the vaccine developers are unable to confirm whether Dr Feitosa was on the vaccine or the placebo as part of the trial, however an unnamed person close to the trial process revealed toBloomberg that he had been given the placebo. RELATED: Follow our live coronavirus updates João Pedro R. Feitosa was working as a doctor on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic before his death. Picture: João Pedro R. Feitosa/Facebook João Pedro R. Feitosa was working as a doctor on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic before his death. Picture: João Pedro R. Feitosa/FacebookSource:Facebook RELATED: Mystery infection that could derail vaccine RELATED: Everything you need to know about the free COVID-19 vaccine Anvisa, Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency, confirmed on Wednesday that it had been “formally notified of the case on October 19” and had since received a report on the independent review from the security and evaluation committee overseeing the study. It seems the trials will continue to go ahead despite the death, with organisers of the study saying the independent review concluded there were no safety concerns and that testing of the vaccine could go on. “All significant medical incidents, whether participants are in the control group or the COVID-19 vaccine group, are independently reviewed,” the University of Oxford said in a statement. “Following careful assessment of this case in Brazil, there have been no concerns about safety of the clinical trial, and the independent review in addition to the Brazilian regulator have recommended that the trial should continue.” NED-2139-Oxford-covid-vaccine - 0 AstraZeneca also confirmed the trials would be going ahead as planned, saying an assessment of the death did not reveal “any concerns about continuation of the ongoing study”. It is understood that 50 per cent of trial volunteers are given the vaccination and the other half are given a placebo. The developers of the vaccine would not confirm which group Dr Feitosa was in, saying they are prevented from giving details on candidates due to medical confidentiality. However, Bloomberg reported an unnamed person close to the trial process said Dr Feitosa had been given the placebo. This statement appeared to be backed up by another source familiar with the situation, with the person telling Reuters that the trial would have been suspended if the candidate was part of the group that had received the vaccine. Would you take a COVID-19 vaccine? Yes No Cast your vote Mystery has also surrounded the exact cause of Dr Feitosa’s death, with officials involved in the trial again saying that data on the volunteers “must be kept confidential, in accordance with principles of confidentiality, human dignity and protection of participants”. However Brazilian media outlet, Globo, reported Dr Feitosa, who had been working on the front lines of the pandemic, died of complications from COVID-19. He graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) last year, and was reportedly in good health prior to contracting the disease. RELATED: 1.7 million lost Aussies due to COVID Following Dr Feitosa’s death, UFRJ released a statement, confirming he had died “from the COVID-19 infection he contracted while working on the front lines in the fight against the pandemic”. read on https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/coronavirus-astrazeneca-vaccine-volunteer-dies-during-human-trials/news-story/f361f594d6ef70bccb1bc41064ebb31e
    Confusion over COVID vaccine trial death
    A volunteer taking part in human trials for the University of Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine has died, sparking concern and confusion over the circumstances surrounding his death.
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