Hail the Chosen One, or King of the Jews. President Trump described himself as both this week where the big stories reigned supreme.
In the studio as always is Tim Wilms Editor of Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of The XYZ, joining us for the first half of the show Richard Wolstencroft from the Melbourne Underground Film Festival and the Report from Tiger Mountain, and later on via Skype returning is Australian Meditations.
Trump has been talking himself up as Isrealis greatest ally, even suggesting Jews in America should vote for him on that basis. He was successful in having Israel ban two members of the congressional squad Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from traveling to the West Bank.
Trump made a pitch to purchase the island of Greenland from Denmark, but the offer was not well received by the Danish Prime Minister.
Jeffrey Epstein’s death has been officially ruled a suicide by the medical examiner, despite all of the irregularities and suspect circumstances surround his death in custody while awaiting fresh child sex trafficking charges.
Australia is assisting the United States in sending warships to patrol the Straight of Hormuz, the strategic sea passage to the Persian Gulf and the Arab states. Iran has seized two oil tankers traveling through to flex its diplomatic muscle in the wake of the US tearing up the nuclear deal.
Alan Jones and SockGate has continued. ABC’s Media Watch program on Monday night revealed more comments he made against Jacinda Ardern. Sleeping Giants Oz and Mad Fucking Witches have pressured 22 advertisers to withdraw from his radio program. The new owners of 2GB Nine seem to be laying the groundwork to dismiss Jones.
Pauline Hanson went to climb Ayers Rock before the activity is banned this October. However she sought permission from the two sons of Paddy Uluru and the Anangu Council of Elders. Later this week she was banned from Twitter for suggesting climate protestors should be moved on with a cattle prod.
The Queensland Government is finally promising to introduce tougher laws to crack down on invasive and disruptive climate and vegan protesters in the state. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has been under pressure not just on that issue but the alleged corrupt activities of her Deputy Jackie Trade and Chief of Staff.
The Proud Boys went to Portland in the US state of Oregon again and triggered Antifa. All the Proud Boys did was show up and Antifa with their armed violence again proved why President Trump is right in looking into listing them as a domestic terror organisation.
The battle against the legalisation of abortion until birth in New South Wales has had a significant victory with more time allowed for consultation. This following a highly successful rally for life outside the Parliament Tuesday evening. Religious leaders and institutions have played a huge part in the renewed movement to protect human life.
The upholding of the jury conviction against Cardinal George Pell by the Supreme Court of Victoria has still led to a community divided. Many believe the probability of him sexually assaulting the two choir boys in St Patrick’s Cathedral was zero. It has led to a further credibility attack on the Catholic Church.
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On this week’s show along with regulars Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled and David Hiscox Editor of The XYZ we welcome for the first time Richard Wolstencroft from the Report from Tiger Mountain and the Melbourne Underground Film Festival. We also welcome back after long hiatus James Fox Higgins of The Rational Rise.
We first deal with some breaking news that Cory Bernardi is deregistering his Australian Conservatives Party after their poor result in the federal election. He is tipped to rejoin the Liberal Party. We all agree that Cory’s bland form of conservatism was not what the electorate was after.
We then move to Westpac’s decision to close the bank account of patriot activist Blair Cottrell for unspecified “commercial reasons”. Obviously because they not like his views and it is a further escalation of the corporate deplatforming movement.
We provide an update the AFL latest social justice campaign with their behavioural awareness officers policing fans behaviour. Jeff Kennett made the point that much of the security at the games were “new arrivals” but soon apologized after being labelled racist.
Other news items discussed are Alex Jones’ allegedly sending child porn to the Sandy Hook families. We have gender fluid birth certificates set to become legal in Victoria, just as euthanasia became legal. Also the alleged Iranian attack on US oil tankers in the gulf with the US deep state and globalists up to their old tricks.
We finish off with Richard giving an overview of the state of the film industry. We also encourage our Sydney audience to go the Aussie Pride Solidarity March organized by NSW Patriots Against the Extreme Left.
Blair Cottrell has had his bank account closed – XYZ
Westpac Closes Blair Cottrell’s Bank Account – TU
Westpac Bank slits its own throat – JFH
Behavioural Awareness Officers are the KGB of PC Australia – XYZ
Jeff Kennett offers mild civnat critique of AFL Behavioural Awareness Officers – XYZ
NSW Patriots Against The Extreme Left – Aussie Pride Solidarity March in Sydney
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On this week’s extra extended 14th live episode of The
Dusty was the target of hit piece from the Guardian this week as a high profile member of the Proud Boys who had initiated Bob Katter into the Proud Boys first degree.
Social media censorship is still in the news after YouTube’s new policy against hateful and supremacist content. Dusty had been kicked off Facebook during the Proud Boys purge and so now has a website, is on MeWe and Telegram.
As well as getting a reading on where Dusty sits on the nationalism and immigration scale we discuss the latest terrorist incident with police having to shoot two suspects dead in Albury. We also saw Kmart censor Christian words in what they blamed on a technical glitch.
An hour in Dusty and Tim call it a night and Steele Archer Editor at Large of The Unshackled and Matty Rose of XYZ and Matty’s Modern Life take over to discuss the politics and economics of the Adani coal mine finally being approved in Central Queensland which will see our coal shipped over to India.
We finish by discussing the recent pro-legal rights protests in Hong Kong against extradition legislation which could see nationals there subjected to the People’s Republic of China legal system. Matty lived in Hong Kong so he gives an overview of the culture in the special administrative region.