Bad people and their thoughts such as Margaret Court, Israel Folau and being Sinophobic about the coronavirus are still the greatest plagues in the west. That and more on the latest Uncuckables show with Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of the XYZ, and making his debut is Bradley the Western Australian Chair of the Australian Protectionist Party.
It’s the 50th anniversary of Margaret Court’s four grand slam wins in a single year. Tennis Australia chose to recognize but celebrate her achievements due to her Christian views on sodomy, marriage, and gender. Isreal Folau has signed a new playing contract with the French Rugby team the Catalan Dragons but will be gagged from repeating his Christian views.
The Coronavirus outbreak in central China at present has led to 170 deaths and the city of Wuhan in quarantine lockdown. Confirmed cases have spread to other nations including Australia, we’ve been told Coronavirus is not an excuse to be Sinophobic. Theories about the cause of the virus are conflicting with some blaming batsoup, while others believe it is a bioweapon release.
The backlash against Victoria Police moving on Avi Yemini, Neil Erikson and the Proud Boys on Australia Day in Melbourne has included mainstream media commentators. Neil calls in to argue that the police cannot profile patriot and also his upcoming court case for his May 2019 visit to a gay church which he believes the charges are politically motivated.
Despite the left hating Australia they still care about the Order of Australia honours as feminists like Jane Caro are happy to accept them, and they want men’s rights activist Bettina Arndt stripped of her recent Australia Day honour with Victorian Attorney-General Jill Hennessy writing to the Governor-General to request that happen.
Navratilova and McEnroe’s Infantile Court Stunt – TU
No need to nuke Melbourne: Coronavirus is here – XYZ
Protesting the Left Gets You Arrested – XYZ
Arrests on Australia Day 2020 in Melbourne – TU
Bettina Arndt – achieving gender equity through advocacy for men