Still think the bushfire agenda was ‘conspiracy'? Photo: ALO
PLAN GAINS SPEED
The Australian Greens say a Brisbane to Melbourne high-speed rail project should become a national priority, as part of their Recovery Plan election outline.
Senator Janet Rice, spokesperson for transport, recently outlined the party's election plans, soon followed by social media posts explaining yesterday the high-speed rail element of their plan.
The Greens want to see a line first built from Sydney to Melbourne, with a spur to Canberra. The second leg would be built between Sydney and Brisbane, with a spur to the Gold Coast:
Does this path look familiar to you?
The Greens say the project would be publicly-funded and supported by a series of value-capture methods.
Rice said a fully-funded high speed line between Brisbane and Melbourne would be built in the public interest, while providing a return to the taxpayer.
"For decades, Australians have dreamt about high speed rail along our east coast," Rice said.
"It would be nation building at its best: big, bold and transformative."
Rice criticised past governments for inaction on high speed rail, despite studies showing "the feasibility, high public benefit and strong economics of high speed rail".
She also highlighted a popular proposal from private sector group CLARA, which incorporates major development along the line to provide financial support.
"Construction of high speed rail stations both up and down the east coast and in the heart of our central business districts will immensely increase the value of surrounding land."
Well, well, well. Do I need to say anything more, ladies and gentlemen? The agenda is continuing right in front of our eyes.
This election outline follows earlier statements by Labor that high-speed rail must be a key focus as Australia battles COVID-19 recession.
LABOR LEADING THE CHARGE
As Australia officially announces a recession, discussions have been slowly shifted over the last few months to new ‘nation-building projects' that can help the economy recover.
What is one of the main ‘solutions' being presented as a "game changer"? A high-speed rail line to be built down the east coast of Australia.
Labor Leader Anthony Albanese argued for high-speed rail to be a central part of the rebuilding of Australia's economy in May.
In a speech to be delivered, Albanese said that a high-speed rail project along with decentralisation should be pursued by the federal government as a way to ‘create a more resilient nation':
Soon after, the mainstream media began also pushing this narrative, backing calls for the new "coronavirus cure":
That's right, this is the same high-speed rail line that was at the middle of controversies during the Australian bushfire ‘crisis'!
I discussed these new revelations in the following video released in May:
Now, with the announcement by the Greens, it seems glaringly obvious that high-speed rail will be a major focus of the election and economy in years to come. Just as was predicted all along.
The Australian people know the truth: The bushfires cleared the pathway for this project to become a reality. These railways will connect the new generation of smart city infrastructure.
The government admits smart cities are a part of Australia's commitment to the Agenda 2030 plan.
BUSHFIRE SMART CITY PLAN
During the recent devastating bushfire season, we extensively explored the course of events, including weather and geoengineering anomalies, CLARA's high-speed train network and links to the UN-driven smart city agenda.
This included discovering infrastructure project plans that overlayed perfectly with bushfire pathways on the east coast of Australia:
Below is some of the most prominent content by TOTT News on the subject, highlighting various inconsistencies with the official narrative.
Follow the prompts or click images to be taken to related pieces:
We will continue to follow this story as it develops.
The Greens Unveil Agenda | High-Speed Rail Post
The Greens Recovery Plan | Website
Janet outlines the Greens' support for high-speed rail | Australian Greens
Labor backs ‘economic game-changer' high-speed rail as part of pandemic recovery | Sydney Morning Herald
Australian High-Speed Rail = COVID-19 Solution | TOTT News