Rod Culleton + Councils want another vote + 5G and your smart phone + Telstra has been warned …. and more.


1 – Rod Culleton update  – 

Federal Govt Item 20 – 1st video

2 – Local councils want another referendum –

C’mon –We the people have already said NO 3 times –  and under our real Constitution, there can be no more than 3 Referendums on any matter.

Question – If they are legally a 3rd tier of Gov/t, why do they want another Referendum ?  Will they admit now that they are illegal ?

Could it be they know that more and more people are aware, and of the corruption which in rampant therein ?

No State or Federal Gov’t has any lawful hold over your land.  Many articles on  Category Local Gov/t.

Councillors pay obscene salaries and perks to themselves and unelected CEOs out of the 50% -90% of the rates extorted from land owners – The Fed Govt also feeds them huge $ for roadworks etc from the $46 billion from fuel tax, not counting registration and road tolls.


3 – 5G and your smart phoneThe pro’s and con’s It’s probably a waste of time putting this item here.

Perhaps you think you Might die without your beloved device eh  – but you WILL die from it !   Do you know anyone even willing to want to know ?      Category – Energy – Item 25


4 – Telstra has been warned

July 9th 2019

Telstra has been hit with a formal warning by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for failing to comply with regulations governing the deployment of mobile base stations.

The investigation comes as Telstra ignores growing concerns by Australian residents regarding the technology, while they continue ramping up efforts to capitalise on the next generation rollout.


Telecommunications regulator ACMA has issued Telstra a formal warning for failing to adhere to rules on deploying mobile phone base stations across the country.

An investigation by ACMA, in response to a complaint from a resident, found that Telstra failed to meet the deployment code rules designed to provide a chance for community input on projects:

According to the Mobile Phone Base Station Deployment Industry Code, telecommunications companies must provide local councils and communities an opportunity to have their say before setting up mobile phone infrastructure.

The investigation revealed Telstra contravened deployment code rules by:

“Not fully complying with its consultation plan, which required Telstra to contact residents in the immediate vicinity of the base station.

Not sending a letter containing the information to all interested and affected parties; and

Not acknowledging a written complaint within 10 business days of its receipt.”

ACMA Chair, Nerida O’Loughlin, spoke on reasons why the warning was handed down:

‘There is public concern about the roll-out of mobile infrastructure, including small cell base stations, in residential areas.

Telcos must keep affected communities in the loop and consider their feedback when establishing or upgrading mobile phone base stations”.

This is the second action taken by the ACMA in the last six months to ensure mobile carriers comply with mobile phone base station deployment rules.

Telstra has announced they will take steps to avoid such problems occurring in future, including “reviewing its contractor complaints handling procedures and implementing regular training”.


The warning comes as Telstra have been leading the expanding 5G rollout in Australia, following the race between telecommunications companies beginning in 2018.

The Department of Communications have detailed plans to support a timely rollout of 5G in Australia by 2020, spelling out the road map in their paper, 5G — Enabling the Future Economy.

As a result, Telstra have been installing active 5G technology on hundreds of tower locations across Australia, in anticipation of international spectrum approval by the United Nations.

Currently, there are 488 total active and proposed tower locations for 5G cells across Australia.

Revealed: 5G tower locations
across Australia | Exclusive

This rapid push for supremacy in the 5G consumer race may have backfired, however, as Telstra have failed to follow regulation guidelines by not consulting the public prior to development.

Recently, Telstra launched Australia’s first 5G mobile hotspot, available in 10 regions at the moment, and in the next few months, in around 35 locations.

The government has also convened a 5G working group between industry representatives to work towards a 2020 rollout, with more mobile manufacturers planning to produce phones later in 2019.

This new fork-in-the-road for Telstra represents just one example in a wave of backlash that has begun against 5G technology in Australia.


The complaint against Telstra by residents is symbolic of a wave of actions by passionate Australians who are fighting back against 5G technology by forming numerous community groups.

Recently, these groups scheduled a number of protests and forums to oppose the national rollout, including residents in Northern Beaches, Perth CBD, Lismore and other locations.

Australians have been expressing concerns about the dangers of 5G technology, and are backed by experts who have warned of the carcinogenic effects of EMF.

This includes residents who are concerned about sensitive locations of the tower devices, such as proximity to primary schools, hospitals and other public spaces.

Bridget Erica, who lives in Melbourne’s bayside suburb of Elwood, is concerned that the foundation work is being done without public consultation:

“I have written to my local council for advice on their stance on the rollout of 5G, especially since there is a Telstra site with six cell towers located metres away from Elwood Primary School and the community childcare centre where my two-year-old son attends.

ARPANSA claims the radiation is safe because it’s already used in security screening units at airports and police radar guns. This type of answer only heightens my concerns as these types of devices are only used on humans for seconds and minutes at a time.

No one’s sitting under an airport security screen 24/7 for 20 years”.

ARPANSA — safety regulator for the rollout of 5G in Australia — have dismissed concerns by residents by releasing statements urging the public to avoid “misleading information online”.

5G technology will power Australia’s new national ‘smart city’ infrastructure, underpinned by an approaching surveillance model similar to China’s ‘Social Credit System’, and will also sustain the coming cashless society, digital identification grid and biometric monitoring systems.

Given the importance this technology will have in shaping the future of Australia, it is no surprise that Telstra is prepared to break ACMA guidelines to ensure they are the ones to capitalise.


Telstra fails to consult community | ACMA

Telecomms investigation reports | ACMA

Revealed: 5G tower locations across Australia | Exclusive | TOTT News

5G rollout set for 2020 in Australia | TOTT News

Suburbs included in Telstra’s 5G hotspot launch | TOTT News

Connect with your local 5G community action group | TOTT News

Australia is developing ‘smart city’ infrastructure | TOTT News

“There is public concern” – You don’t say!!

please share, Telstra has failed to consult communities so keep up complaints!

Trees being cut down also across the world, councils pretending its not for 5g.  THIS WILL ACCELERATE TO MAKE WAY FOR DRIVERLESS CARS BUSES AND TRAINS

Bonalbo NSW (Kyogle Council) destroys 2 mature healthy hoop pines, community shocked! (Lismore Echo)

Sydney – one million trees set to fall in Sydney (Alan Jones radio)

San francisco one million trees.

Ireland and Uk 110,000 trees in three years  – go search more.


5 – There comes a point in your life when you realize:
Who matters,
Who never did,
Who won’t anymore….
And who always will.
So, don’t worry about people from your past,
There’s a reason why they didn’t make it to your future.
Give some flowers to everyone you don’t want to lose in 2019
including me, if that’s what is in your heart.


6 – Rules are for the obedience of fools and the guidance of wise men.

Life is not a fairy tale. If you lose your shoe at midnight, you’re drunk.

If women are upset at Trump’s naughty words, who in the hell bought 80 million copies of 50 Shades of Gray?

Jim Comey answered, “I don’t know,” “I don’t recall,” and “I don’t remember” 236 times while under oath. But he remembered enough to write a book.

President Trump should nominate Hillary Clinton for the next opening on the supreme court. Then he can finally get her investigated.

Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal.

No Border Walls. No voter ID laws. You figured it out yet?

Chelsea Clinton got out of college and got a job at NBC that paid $900,000 per year. Her mom flies around the country speaking out about white privilege.

SOCIALISM: An idea that is so good that it has to be mandatory. Bernie Sanders walks into a bar and yells… “Free drinks for everyone!” looks around and says “Who’s buying?”

What is the difference between an Illegal immigrant and E.T.?    E.T. learned to speak English and went home.

And just like that they went from being against foreign interference in our elections to allowing non-citizens to vote in our elections.

Watching the left come up with schemes to “catch Trump” is like watching Wile E. Coyote trying to catch Road Runner.

President Trump’s wall cost less than the Obamacare website alone. Let that sink in, America.

We are one election away from open borders, socialism, gun confiscation, and full term abortion nationally. We are fighting evil.

They sent more troops and armament to arrest Roger Stone than they sent to defend Benghazi.

60 years ago, Venezuela was 4th on the world economic freedom index. Today, they are 179th and their citizens are dying of starvation. In only 10 years, Venezuela was destroyed by democratic socialism.

Russia donated $0.00 to the Trump campaign.  But Trump was the one investigated!

Nancy Pelosi invited illegal aliens to the State of the Union. President Trump Invited victims of illegal aliens to the State of the Union. Let that sink in.

A socialist is basically a communist who doesn’t have the power to take everything from their citizens at gunpoint … Yet!

How do you walk 3,000 miles across Mexico without food or support and show up at our border 100 pounds overweight and with a charged cellphone?

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez wants to ban cars, ban planes, give out universal income and thinks socialism works. She calls Donald Trump crazy.

Bill Clinton paid $850,000 to Paula Jones To get her to go away. I don’t remember the FBI raiding his lawyer’s office.

I wake up every day and I am grateful that Hillary Clinton is not the President of the United States of America.

The same media that told me Hillary Clinton had a 95% chance of winning now tells me Trump’s approval ratings are low.

“The problem with socialism is that sooner or later you run out of other people’s money.”— Margaret Thatcher

Maxine Waters opposes voter ID laws; She thinks that they are racist. You need to have a photo ID to attend her town hall meetings.

Trump — They’re not after me. They’re after you.