There is growing civil unrest in the States of America in the lead up to the November Presidential Election with Black Lives Matter, Antifa and Coronavirus still causing havoc in the cities around the nation. On this end of week edition of WilmsFront we are provided with a first-hand perspective about what’s happening on the ground in the USA my guest is Justin Nolan from Cincinnati, Ohio.
Greater Melbourne is halfway through its second lockdown and one week into its new face-covering mandates. Up to this point, Premier Dan Andrews and the mainstream media have blamed anti-maskers and covidiots and a complacent public for Victoria’s second coronavirus wave. But it now becoming clear that its been quarantine breaches, lax PPE standards in age care, outbreaks in essential workplaces and various government failures that have spread the virus and led to deaths.
A Black Lives Matter rally in Sydney on Tuesday flopped after the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal deemed the gathering unlawful on public health grounds as the NSW Government fears a second coronavirus wave. The longtime Marxist activist organiser of the rally Paddy Gibson was arrested fined $1k by NSW Police with less than 20 people showing up.
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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.