LIVE BLOG: Australia’s Boldest Voices Debate Biggest Issues
Andrew Bolt said Australia is now a country with “a stupid fear of its own shadow” as Sky News live blogs the biggest moments from tonight’s stellar opinion list.
Australia is a country that is “afraid of its own shadow” and is forcing people to take precautions against the virus “as if it were some kind of theater,” according to Sky News host Andrew Bolt.
Sky News’s top commentators debate the latest issues with some of the country’s most important people. Hosts will tackle the Sydney lockdown extension that has thrown more than five million people into stay-at-home orders for an extra week, remove contemporary social issues and hold Australia’s leaders to account.
The country’s most popular voices will provide the most in-depth analysis on the issues that matter with a huge lineup including Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, ousted Cabinet Minister Kieth Pitt and the country’s Liberal Senate candidate Jacinta Price.
Sky News host Andrew Bolt said “this country is now afraid of its own shadow” after a man in Alice Springs was fined for not wearing a mask while none no one has ever been infected in the area.
The fundamental reason critical race theory is “unpopular” is that it is really just “old-fashioned racism,” according to Center of the American Experiment president John Hinderaker.
âWhen people understand what critical breed theory is, they hate it, I mean it’s very unpopular,â he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.
Resources Minister Keith Pitt said a decision by the Palaszczuk government to oversee the “destruction” of the Paradise Dam caused a loss of investment and confidence in the region.
Producers and businesses in the Bundaberg region have been devastated after the local water service provider announced that they will only receive 22% of their water allocations for the 2021-22 fiscal year.
“There is now an ongoing case in terms of lawsuits from local producers over the loss of supply to the dam as they are directly affected,” Pitt told Sky News host Peta Credlin.
âIt’s a long-term damage to our local economy, it’s a long-term blow to confidenceâ¦ Our unemployment rate here is double the national average, it’s 11%. Young people are at 27 percent. As a local member it is just appalling.
In attempting to use “so-called women’s issues” against the prime minister, the Labor Party is “stereotyping women” on the basis of gender, according to Sky News host Peta Credlin.
Her comments come after former MP Julia Banks accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of bullying behavior and running an office that seeks to discredit outspoken women, before her memoir was released.
Ms Banks also said she was sexually harassed by a minister.
According to Ms Credlin, the Labor Party and Ms Banks are offering a “false narrative” that Prime Minister Morrison has a “problem with women”.
National Senator Matt Canavan said “we will have nothing to fear in the long run” if China “continues to treat us as an outcast” of commerce, as Australia will find new customers and be an “extremely prosperous nation. and well regarded “.
“I don’t think China’s attitude is going to change anytime soon, and we should definitely plan on that; you should always hope for the best and plan for the worst,” he told the host. Sky News, Chris Smith.