In the latest episode of The Aussie Wire News, we dive into pressing topics that impact Australians today. Here are the highlights:
- Housing Affordability Crisis: The government’s approach to solving the housing affordability crisis comes under scrutiny. Join us as we explore whether their efforts are truly helpful or potentially exacerbating the issue.
- South Australian Penalties for Disruptive Protest: We’re joined by political commentator Rukshan Fernando. Rukshan grow an online following during the pandemic as he live-streamed directly to his facebook page the anti-lockdown protests that took place in Melbourne, Australia, without commentator, bias or prejudice. Rukshan‘s live footage of the protests without any commentator allowed people across Melbourne and Australia see for themselves the way the main stream media was twisting the truth and lying to the population.
Rukshan join’s us to discuss the new penalties imposed in South Australia for disruptive protests.
Is this a step in the right direction, or does it infringe upon civil liberties?
- Global Insurance Heavyweights and the ‘Green’ Movement: We’re joined by science communicator Joanne Nova. Joanne explains to us the importance of having six of the eight founding signatories of the UN Environment Programme leave the programme. Are we witnessing a shift in the stance of global insurance heavyweights away from the ‘Green’ movement? Discover the implications and potential signs of sanity prevailing in this important domain and you can read more about the details including media releases from the companies themselves here.
- Questioning ‘Hate Speech’ Legislation: David Limbrick MP raises thought-provoking questions in Parliament about the dangers associated with so-called ‘hate speech’ legislation. We delve into the implications and potential impact on free speech.