Hear the truth about the Moon. Answer some hypothetical questions. Learn about one of the newest and greatest threats to society.
In this episode of The 9pm Edict you’ll hear about dog whistles, cows, the Illuminati, pods, burnouts, toilet smells, the Commission of Presidential Scholars, and of course the Truth.
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This episode, itâ€™s thanks to Paul McElwee (again!), Peter Lieverdink (again!), and Wade Bowmer (again!), plus one person who wants to remain anonymous.
Scott Morrison has earnt a permanent place as a Liberal Party legend — returning the Government in what was meant to be an unwinnable election for the Coalition.
Scott Morrison has thanked Tasmania for getting the Coalition over the line at the last election during a speech at the Liberal state conference in Devonport.
05. Scott Morrison slams environmental groups 'targeting' businesses with 'selfish' secondary boycotts - Politics - ABC NewsThe Prime Minister has railed against "progressives", accusing them of denying people's liberties in a speech that slammed environmentalists for targeting businesses that invest in non-renewable industries.
06. Courting 'quiet Australians' from 'bubble central', it's been a remarkable first year as prime minister for Scott Morrison - ABC NewsHe dog-whistles to his "quiet Australians", not in a racist way, but through deriding the "bubble", and publicly putting the bureaucrats in their place.
The very idea of Quiet Australians and noisy minorities does raise some interesting questions — and sends some disturbing signals — about the virtues of being quiet, and just who represents a "noisy minority" and who represents a legitimate community view.
09. Peter Dutton accused of 'dictator' rhetoric over call for mandatory sentences for climate protestersHome Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has been criticised for calling for mandatory sentences for people who break the law while protesting, and for suggesting protesters on welfare should have their payments cancelled.
Privacy experts fear the Home Affairs minister will ignore a warning from parliament’s most powerful committee and push ahead with his plan for national surveillance. By Mike Seccombe.
It’s not about free speech.
OMG! They've invented the office wall!
David Vaughan Icke (/a?k/; born 29 April 1952) is an English professional conspiracy theorist and former footballer and sports broadcaster. He is the author of over 20 books and numerous DVDs and has lectured in over 25 countries, speaking for up to 10 hours to audiences.
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[Photo: Scott Morrison during his victory speech, May 2019.]