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Authorised by Senator Alex Antic, Liberal Party of Australia (SA) Adelaide SA
#13 Senator Jacinta Price - The "Voice" Is Not The Answer
Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price is the former Deputy Mayor of Alice Springs, and the current Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs.
As a conservative Indigenous woman from the Northern Territory, Senator Nampijinpa Price has spent decades calling it as it is and fighting to resolve real issues that face Indigenous communities, like domestic violence.
A leading campaigner against Labor's proposed "Voice" to Parliament, on this episode of BASED, Senator Nampijinpa Price and I discuss the real issues facing Indigenous Australians, and how the "Voice" will do nothing to address them.
Authorised by Alex Antic, Liberal Party of Australia, Adelaide.
#12 Gabriel Shipton - Fighting For His Brother Julian Assange
Julian Assange is an Australian citizen and the founder of whistleblower website WikiLeaks established in 2006.
Wikileaks' release in 2010 of leaked video from a United States helicopter showing an air strike that killed civilians in Baghdad, including two Reuters news staff, put Mr Assange on the world stage.
Between 2012 and 2019 Mr Assange was granted political asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, and since August 2019 has been held in a London prison, fighting extradition to the United States.
On this episode of BASED, I speak to Mr Assange’s brother, Gabriel Shipton about his brother’s life, political asylum, eventual imprisonment, what he faces should he be extradited to the United States and what that will mean for journalists around the world.
#11 Moira Deeming MLC - Let Women Speak
Moira Deeming MLC is a former teacher and current MP in the Victorian parliament. Earlier this year, she was expelled from the Liberal Party.
The reason? A women’s rights event she spoke at was hijacked by men in black performing Nazi-style salutes, who had no connection with Moira.
Inexplicably, the media and others condemned her and the event, the theme of which was “Let Women Speak.”
On this episode of BASED, Moira and I discuss her origins in the political left, her experiences in the education system, and her career in politics so far.
#10 Sen Gerard Rennick & Sen Matt Canavan - COVID Discrimination Bill
Senators Gerard Rennick and Matt Canavan championed freedom and liberty during the COVID period.
This month the three of us questioned representatives from Pfizer and Moderna at the Education and Employment Legislation Committee.
On this episode of BASED, recorded in my office in Canberra during the last sitting week, Senator Rennick and Senator Canavan join me to discuss the way in which big pharma has controlled the vaccine narrative over the past three years, and the evidence presented to the committee in Canberra.
#9 Prof Ian Plimer - Climate Apocalypse Hysteria
Professor Ian Plimer is a geologist and professor emeritus at the University of Melbourne and an outspoken critic of the prevailing climate change narrative.
He is the author of many books including ‘Not for Greens’, ‘Green Murder’, ‘Heaven and Earth’, and ‘A Short History of Planet Earth’.
On this episode of BASED, Senator Antic and Professor Plimer dig into the facts and figures about energy policy, the so-called “climate apocalypse,” and the dangerous incoherence of Net Zero.
#8 Bjorn Lomborg - The Inconvenient Truth about Climate Change.
Dr. Bjorn Lomborg is a Danish researcher and author whose books have notably gone against the grain of the so-called environmental movement of the past 20+ years, including his latest book "Best Things First".
Dr. Lomborg's work has received criticism from the mainstream scientific world because he speaks the inconvenient truth.
On this episode we discuss the media and the political world’s counterproductive obsession with climate change, explore the futile concept of powering the world with wind and solar, why the UN sustainable development goals are an expensive failure, and why rejecting nuclear power in this so called "climate emergency" is entirely disingenuous.
All this and more on this episode of BASED, you won't want to miss.
Your almost excellent interview with Prof Plimer…
Did you really mean to describe Prof Plimer as being “base” at the end of your interview???
Nothing but the truth on the podcast and it’s so refreshing. Skip MSM and just listen to this podcast. Best way to stay up to date with what’s really going on.
Great podcast with very valuable information! The interviews give different points of view regarding a variety of topics that are extremely relevant in our current society!
Thank you for the time delivering this amazing podcast Senator Antic.