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The corporate media is back with yet another Nazploitation production. I break down their history of sensationalist far-right reporting on this week’s Tim’s News Explosion.

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Despite wearing a mask with his wife Cath and the kids at Hamilton the Musical Dan Andrews has caught covid. It means he will miss Shane Warne’s memorial at the MCG Wednesday night. A United Australia Party endorsed candidate Elvis Sinosic mistook Blair Cottrell for Shane Warne’s son Jackson. This case of mistaken identity prompted 14 year old Leo Puglisi for 6NewsAu to publish a fact check.

Following his 60 Minutes/The Age reports on the National Socialist Network using an inflator Dave Ryan, Nick McKenzie has produced a 75-minute documentary for streaming service Stan. The documentary entitled Revaled: Amongst Us – Neo-Nazis Australia actually included less footage and information than than the original reports.

There was good news last week with the death of former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. In an interview with CBS 60 Minutes in 1996 Albright said that the death of 500,000 Iraqi children as a result of US sanctions against the Saddam Hussien regime was worth it. The Academy Awards overnight was actually interesting with Will Smith slapping comedian Chris Rock on stage for making a joke about his wife Jada.

Premier Dan Andrews tests positive for Covid-19 – Rebel News
UAP candidate shares video of far-right extremist Blair Cottrell, claiming it’s ‘Shane Warne’s son’ – 6News Au
6 Times 60 Minutes Was Wrong – XYZ

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Tim Wilms is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of theunshackled.net, he is the Host of the WilmsFront live show, and co-host of The Brawler and the Brain and Trad Tasman Talk shows. He based in Melbourne, Australia where he also conducts field reports.
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Tim Wilms is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of theunshackled.net, he is the Host of the WilmsFront live show, and co-host of The Brawler and the Brain and Trad Tasman Talk shows. He based in Melbourne, Australia where he also conducts field reports.