On this week’s review show we are joined once again by Co-Editor in Chief of The Unshackled Sukith Fernando. Due to storms in Sydney which affected the internet connection Sukith’s audio is not the best but you can still understand what he is saying.
We begin by discussing the attempted assault on Andrew Bolt by leftist thugs outside a book launch in Carlton, Melbourne. The Unshackled was co-host of this event along with our friends at Connor Court Publishing, since I was the MC at the event I was able to give a first hand account of what occurred and how Andrew was heroically able to fight back and still gave a stellar speech at the launch. We highlight how once again the left cower away when people actually fight back, like what happened in the Battle of Berekley. We also suspect that Antifa, Socialist Alternative or whichever left wing group was responsible may have found out about the event through the Unshackled, and they are perhaps monitoring our activities. We of course are not afraid of the left and knew what we were getting ourselves into when we started The Unshackled, but we do of course worry about the safety of others at our events.
We then review the week of terror, both the London Bridge Islamist attack which killed eight people and occurred less than two weeks after the Manchester Arena bombing. Then there was also terror in Melbourne with the siege in Brighton carried out by a Somalian refugee which killed 1 person and injured three police officers. We point out that carrying on like before has not worked, the fact that both attacks were carried out by foreign born citizens who were on the terror watch list proves that there is a connection between immigration, refugees and terrorism. We also highlight that now the ASIO boss Duncan Lewis looks pretty stupid. We reaffirm our support for a ban on Muslim immigration that saying we need to have a discussion about Islam is not good enough, we need action now which our leaders still refuse to do and vilify those such as Pauline Hanson and Donald Trump who offer a solution.
We also preview the United Kingdom general election which despite the recent terror attack will proceed on Thursday 8th June. We highlight that Thersea May has a had a poor campaign while Jeremy Corbyn, despite him being a far left communist has performed well and has narrowed the gap in the polls. We do concede that although Jeremy Corbyn is better on foreign policy as he wants to get out of Middle Eastern wars and NATO, Theresa May is still the better option, both on the economy and Brexit. We also lament that the British people have no true right wing option since the collapse of UKIP and the retirement of Nigel Farage.
Theme Music Super Power Cool Dude by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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