The Australian Government is planning a new operation to weed out conspiracy theorists after the fatal Wieambilla police shootings. At the same time a weed is being blamed for the spread of hallucinogenic spinach across Australia. Join me for this special Christmas edition of Tim’s News Explosion as I counter a festive season full of disinformation.

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In soccer news, Victoria Police have made 13 arrests and Football Australia have issued 10 bans to Melbourne Victory supporters who invaded the pitch at the Melbourne Derby on Saturday night including ‘bucket man’ who allegedly assaulted Melbourne City goalkeeper Tom Glover. Argentina defeated the Moroccan-occupied French team to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. French President Emmanuel Macron made an emissions-intensive trip to the final and attempted to console player Kylian Mbappé after his nation’s loss.

The political exploitation of the Wieambilla police shootings in central south Queensland continues. The funerals of police constables Matthew Arnold and Rachel McCrow were held today. Neighbour Alan Dare was also killed when Gareth, Stacey and Nathaniel Trian opened fire. The Trains were later killed by Queensland Police special ops. It has been revealed that police had been to the property previously due to an outstanding warrant for Nathaniel for crossing the NSW-Queensland border in 2021 without a permit. The Queensland Police Union wants to purchase the Train property which is in the path of a proposed gas pipeline.

There was a recall from major supermarket chains of hallucinogenic Spinach coming from Riviera Farms in Victoria. The spinach was contaminated with the weed thornapple, also known as jimsonweed, devil’s snare, devil’s trumpet, or by its scientific name Datura stramonium. There have been over 200 cases in Australia with over 60 needing medical attention.

National Socialist Network identity Thomas Sewell was found guilty in the Melbourne Magistrates Court of affray and recklessly causing injury in an altercation with a Channel 9 concierge in March 2021. Sewell and colleague Jacob Hersant were there wanting to speak with A Current Affair which was airing a story on the NSN that night. Sewell maintained he was defending Hersent after the concierge put his hands on his throat. The Herald Sun decided to write a story about what looked like a child present at the recent NSN European Australia Movement event in Melbourne.

Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong traveled to China for the 50th anniversary of Gough Whitlam’s visit to recognize the Chinese Communist Party as the only China. The Covid zeroes have turned on the CCP after dismantling their lockdown regime after widespread protests. Wong and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced that former Labor PM Kevin Rudd would be the next Ambassador to the United States.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was captured on a parliament microphone calling ACT Party leader David Seymour an arrogant prick after she didn’t like his question. The pair auctioned off a signed copy of the arrogant prick Hansard’s transcript to raise money for prostate cancer. Ardern’s Government will outlaw anyone born from 2009 onwards from ever buying cigarettes passing the nanny state law the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products Amendment Bill.

Reacting to the Harry and Meghan Netflix docuseries Jeremy Clarkson wrote in the Sun newspaper he hated Meghan Markle on a cellular level and he dreams she is paraded around naked in every town in the UK with the public having excrement thrown at her ala Cersei Lannister’s walk of shame in Game of Thrones. Clarkson’s article became the Independent Press Standards Organisation’s most complained about article ever and over 60 MPs demanded the Sun’s editor take action against him.

Elon Musk will step down as CEO of Twitter abiding by the results of his own Twitter poll when he finds someone foolish enough to take over from him. Musk topped off his temporary bans of journalists for reposting real-time information about his private jet by banning Taylor Lorenz for retrospective doxxing including of the Libs of Tik Tok account.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed the US Congress in person for the first time. He said the latest round of US military aid to Ukraine which is around $45 billion is not enough. The military aid is contained in the current Omnibus bill that the Biden Administration wants Congress to pass before Christmas totaling over $1 trillion in spending. The US House January 6 Committee wants the Department of Justice to charge Donald Trump and want his tax returns to be made public.

Football Australia issue eight further bans following Melbourne Derby
Queensland police reveal officers were following up warrant for Nathaniel Train as counter terrorism teams assist investigation – ABC News
Train family offered US sanctum before evil Queensland police killing –
Products recalled as Australia deals with potentially hallucinogenic spinach – 6NewsAu
Noxious weed thornapple responsible identified as spinach contaminant – ABC News
Thomas Sewell found guilty: Judge reads from notes – XYZ
Child attends neo-Nazi meeting in Melbourne organised by European Australia Movement – Herald Sun
Ardern, Seymour join forces for pricks everywhere – TradeMe
Government Meddling Failed but the Free Market Has Succeeded – The BFD
Jeremy Clarkson’s Meghan column receives record number of complaints – ITV
Elon Musk to Quit as Twitter CEO When He Finds a “Foolish Enough” Replacement – Summit News
Hilarious: Taylor Lorenz Throws Tantrum About Twitter Suspension, Claims She’s Victim of ‘Cancel Culture’ – RedState

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Tim Wilms is the Founder and Editor in Chief of the Host of Tim’s News Explosion, the WilmsFront interview program and The Theorists with Andy Nolch. He based in Melbourne, Australia where he also conducts field reports.
Tim Wilms is the Founder and Editor in Chief of the Host of Tim’s News Explosion, the WilmsFront interview program and The Theorists with Andy Nolch. He based in Melbourne, Australia where he also conducts field reports.