CHINA AND THE GREAT RESET // MAPS ARE RACIST // DAN’S WAR ON BARS | CounterCulture episode 2
The woke luvvies have given us a lot to talk about this week!
The Christian Porter rape accusations remind us all about the importance of the presumption of innocence, but has the Morrison government done enough to stand up to the kind of woke cancel culture that culminated in the extraordinary Christian Porter press conference this week?
What exactly is the Great Reset? What does the Great Reset mean for Australia? And how is the Great Reset being used by China to advance Chinese hegemony?
Woke cancel culture and woke craziness continue to rewrite history – we take a look at how UK cancel culture is trying to ‘decolonise history’ by declaring that maps are racist. What is the story behind political correctness at the British Museum and the British Library? Will we see this cancel culture and censorship in Australia? Will we resist this PC craziness? Or will we see Australian history erased?
In the aftermath of Dictator Dan Andrews’ long Melbourne lockdown, what has happened to Melbourne bars? Has Dan been reading Machiavelli?
// THIS WEEK’S GUESTS 📺
Rowan Dean on the Christian Porter rape accusations and what’s in this weekend’s edition of the Spectator Australia
Judith Sloan on China and the Great Reset, the Green New Deal, ‘Build Back Better’ and other fascinations of the globalist elites.
The IPA’s Director of the Foundations of Western Civilisation Program Dr Bella d’Abrera on political correctness at the British Library and the British Museum, and what we can expect in Australia.
Fred Pawle on Dan Andrews’ destruction of Melbourne bars and Melbourne nightlife in the aftermath of the long Melbourne lockdown.
And Covers Editor Sarah Dudley on the way in which woke political correctness is erasing our culture.
// READ ALL ABOUT IT 📰
‘Presumed innocent’ | Spectator Australia editorial
‘Reset, build back better, green new deal’, Judith Sloan | China plays Davos like a fiddle
‘Cultural cleansing’, Bella d’Abrera | Rather than preserving our history, museums are wiping it out
‘Australian notes: The smiling prince of Victoria’, Fred Pawle
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This is the second episode of CounterCulture, available exclusively right here on Spectator Australia TV, and presented by two of Australia’s most patriotic, freedom loving and anti-woke organisations – the Spectator Australia and the Institute of Public Affairs.
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