Greater Melbourne is going back into stage 3 lockdown from midnight tonight for six weeks. The state of Victoria has now been cut off from the rest of Australia due to the increasing outbreak in multicultural areas of Melbourne which has seen daily new coronavirus cases going into the hundreds.
On the midweek edition of WilmsFront returning to show provide a local perspective on this second lockdown is City of Casey resident Rosalie Crestani.
This Monday 6th July WilmsFront launches its first-ever Roundtable Discussion Show. The inaugural topic of discussion is Australia’s current and future relationship with the People’s Republic of China.
On the Roundtable three panellists each with distinctive views on China and its global geopolitical ambitions: Commentator Alexandra Marshall, Dougal Cameron Host at Carnage House Productions, and Twitter Commentator and Blogger Marcus Foo. Join the show live for this ultimate and probing discussion of all aspects of the China question.
The only Victorian member of the panel is the host with the state still dealing with both the virus and lockdown measures that the Chinese born coronavirus brought to Australia.
Melbourne’s coronavirus cluster hotspots have seen the media whipping up the fears about a second wave of infections. This is despite the state of Victoria having the most punitive lockdown restrictions. A local critic of Victoria’s lockdown has been James Bartolo from the Conscious Truth Network. James is my guest on the return of Monday night WilmsFront shows.
Great Britain is in the midst of its biggest cultural and identity crisis. It’s coronavirus lockdown policy as kept native Britons under house arrest while the borders remain open. The cultural Marxist left has broken this lockdown to demand the removal of statues of historical British figures.
Nationalists in Britain face their biggest uphill battle to save the nation as they know it and are up against the entire political and global establishment out to demonize and destroy them. On the midweek edition of WilmsFront my guest is veteran British nationalist activist and politician Nick Griffin.
At the end of the show I breakdown the figures in Victoria’s coronavirus spike with the outbreak hotspots in Melbourne’s far north-west. It has resulted Chairman Dan Andrews delaying relaxing business restrictions and tightening social gathering limits.
The new extreme Black Lives Matter movement has turned its attention to historical wiping of our statues, places, brands, films and comedy. On this week’s WilmsFront we expose the enablers of the new war on human history with Australian filmmaker Paul Moder and Antifa expert and Unshackled Contributor Lucas Rosas.
This year we’ve seen human and economic devastation like never before. First with the coronavirus lockdown imposed by governments around the world and now through the exporting of race riots which began in the United States.
On this week’s WilmsFront Economist Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics returns to help assess the economic wreck we now find ourselves in. Then back due to popular demand Joel Jammal on the latest demand of Black Lives Matter and Antifa to tear down statues of historical western figures.
The coronavirus lockdown was sold to the world as “stay home, save lives”. However, this hasn’t been applied to far-left Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters who are trying to flood our city centres with thousands of people. So which lives matter now if not those whom we are trying to save from coronavirus? Tim and Dieuwe try to make sense of the past week’s contradictions on Friday night’s Trad Tasman Talk.
During the coronavirus lockdown in Australia’s largest states you were only allowed to legally leave your home for what the government considered “essential reasons”. Free speech and assembly our basic civil rights have not been considered essential. My featured guest on the midweek edition of WilmsFront is Victor Tey who’s been exercising his rights every Saturday outside NSW Parliament House.
Then a little later I am joined by online commentator and regular WilmsFront contributor Joel Jammal to interpret the upside-down nature of the US civil unrest, rioting and looting triggered by the death of African-American man George Floyd in an incident of police brutality.