As our leaders appear likely to cede to the push for lockdown restrictions to be relaxed they are still pushing the flu prick and tracing app. On the Uncuckables Thursday panel is Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of the XYZ, local nationalist wife and mother Marcia Leite and Australian Meditations.
The discussion begins again in Marcia’s native Brazil, she explains she is an Australian resident, not a citizen but considers herself loyal to Australia as her husband and children are Australians. Marcia supports Australia remaining a white nation. Brazillian President Jair Bolsonaro has led anti-lockdown protests in Brasilia as just like Trump he is facing overzealous state Governors enforcing their own lockdowns.
The Chinese social media platform has sent westerns in lockdown to new depths of decadence with the piss your pants challenge.
Despite National Cabinet meeting Friday to set out how social restrictions will be relaxed Victorian Premier Dan Andrews has said house arrest will still be in place on Mother’s Day Sunday. Dan has come scrutiny over a coronavirus cluster at a halal slaughterhouse Cedar Meats which has been a donor to the Victorian Labor Party.
A NRL player rebellion led by Bryce Cartwright against the code’s no jab no play flu vaccination policy has seen the NRL back down, despite political pressure to enforce mandatory vaccinations. A freelance writer has compared those who refuse to download the CovidSafe app to antivaxxers for not trusting the government or tech experts.
Senator Slayer Neil Erikson zoom-bombs the show during the second hour as the panel goes through another ABC news article claiming that racism has spiked due to coronavirus and we need even stronger laws against free speech in response. Of course hate speech laws never protect white people or Christians from abuse.
With New Zealand joining Australia’s National Cabinet a trans-Tasman trade bubble post coronavirus containment is still an active idea. But some leaders like Dan Andrews want to keep us locked down until we can extend that bubble back with China, even as other leaders suggest bursting the China bubble.
To analyze what is really going on underneath these contradictions on Tuesday Uncuckables is Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of the XYZ and Richard Wolstencroft Host of the Report from Tiger Mountain.
Victoria is dealing with new coronavirus cluster at a halal meatworks in Brooklyn in Melbourne’s West called Cedar Meats. It is run by a Lebanese family who were donors to Andrews’ Victorian Labor Party. 49 infections are linked to meatworks which exports much meat to China.
Dan Andrews is the last holdout in the Tasman states (which now include New New Zealand) in relaxing lockdown with Victorians still under house arrest until at least May 11. Andrews is also going to allow China to rebuilt the Victorian economy they have both shattered using China’s One Belt One Road global infrastructure program.
Victoria Police has been in damage control since a Senior Constable leaked photos of former AFL football Dean Laidley in custody dressed as a woman. It has suspended two officers who will be charged and face internal disciplinary action.
This week we’ve seen more political side-effects of the coronavirus bubble up with China making sparring threats against Australia. Over in the US, the left has been starving for new victims and so began eating themselves more aggressively. On the Thursday Uncuckables panel is Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of the XYZ and Marcia Leite a local nationalist wife and mother.
Marcia was born in Brazil so as part of introducing her to the show audience Tim and Dave asked her to comment on the politics of Brazil including its traditionalist renaissance under President Jair Bolsonaro. Marcia is currently homeschooling her two children during the lockdown and enjoying keeping them safe from cultural Marxism at school.
All three panellists are Victorian so are still living under house arrest under Premier Daniel Andrews. The North Territory has set a timetable for freeing its residents. Victoria’s Deputy Chief Health Officer compared the Chinese invasion and infection of Australia with Covid19 to Captain Cook’s landing at Botany Bay in 1770.
Scott Morrison has told Australia’s their ticket out of lockdown is to download the CovidSafe tracing app with 3 million have done so far. We have also been told to get our winter flu vaccination. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk allegedly had her flu shot at a press conference on Wednesday though the 7News camera zoomed away the moment when the needle supposedly entered her skin.
Communist China was extremely triggered this week with Australia for calling for an independent international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus outbreak. While ordinary Australians are laughing at China’s trade threats businessman Andrew Forrest and Kerry Stokes worried about their mining exports have said we should cool it with China and respect their wet markets.
Overseas New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio lashed out at the local Jewish community after Orthodox Jews in the city mass gathered for a Rabbi’s funeral during lockdown. Actor Jeff Goldblum was criticised when judging a Muslim drag queen for highlighting the religion’s homophobia and sexism. Also MeToo feminist and Harvey Weinstein whistleblower actress Rose McGowan has walked away from the Democrat Party for their defence of Joe Biden in sexual assault claims against Joe Biden by former aide Tara Reade.
Jeff Goldblum criticized for ‘dangerous and hurtful’ comments on Islam during ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ – USA Today
Victoria offers $1100 relief grants to struggling foreign students – The Age
Calls for deputy CHO to resign over Captain Cook virus tweet – The Age
Premier of Queensland, Australia, did not fake getting a flu shot – AP
Coronavirus Australia: Billionaire Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest ‘blindsided’ Health Minister with Chinese diplomat appearance – 7News
Kerry Stokes calls for China backdown, urges Canberra to ‘respect’ wet markets – WAToday