Shock Horror: Alan Jones Fears ‘Canceling Culture Warriors’ As He Flirts With Return To Radio | Conservative shepherd
Did you hear? Conservative voices are silenced in the Australian media. Canceled. De-platform. Cut by those PC lefties.
Fear not, Alan “sack of straw” Jones is on a mission to “give voice” to those who are silenced.
the australian reports the old 2gb host – which would have cost the resort millions in advertising revenue after suggesting Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to hand New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern a few “backhanders” and “be fully informed to stick a sock down her throat” – flirting with a comeback.
He says he fears the “cancellation culture warriors” and wants to represent those with no voice. Jones has been silent since leaving 2GB, with just his columns in the Australian and Daily Telegraph and a regular Sky News gig to voice his opinions.
It comes as Jones’ 2GB successor Ben Fordham suffered a heavy blow this week, dropping the top spot in Sydney radio ratings. for the first time in 18 years. The crown was pulled off by Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O.
In the middle of report on radio ratings, Sandilands has very quietly supported a return of sage Jones in the tabloids.
And just to prove that it’s impossible to tune in to conservative voices now that the cancellation culture is in full swing, Steve Price, Nick Cater, Prue MacSween and Andrew Bolt were also heard heavily. decryant woke up, PC activists.
The silence is really deafening.
Australian media companies celebrated NAIDOC week, with many embracing the theme of Heal the country!
NITV and SBS have released a huge list of First Nations content and ABC focused on Indigenous storytelling, including compelling local recognitions of the country on ABC Radio and the extraordinary Tjitji Lullaby and My Name is Gulpilil on ABC iview.
Channel 10 used traditional indigenous names in his weather forecast for Sunday evening.
And someone must have asked – is it just lip service?
The Morrison government’s women’s issues continued this week as former Liberal MP Julia Banks grabbed the headlines with shocking allegations of her treatment by her former colleagues and her memorable portrayal of the Prime Minister as’ threatening wallpaper and controlling ”.
His freshly printed memoirs, Power play, also lifts the damp curtain on the occasional symbiosis between politicians and the Canberra press gallery.
In the book, she reveals how, in 2016, while still in the party, she found out how the Liberal Party sometimes worked after giving a speech about female quotas.
“I quickly received calls from reporters at Murdoch who said they had been recently informed by ‘high ranking liberal sources’ that I was ‘a bully’ and a ‘bad woman’,” she writes. .
The media are often “armed” as politicians “feed the press with the narrative they want to create,” she said.
“Men’s power in politics is compounded by their relationships with their favorite journalists (especially within Rupert Murdoch’s monopoly).”
Meanwhile, ABC revealed on Friday that former Liberal MP Kate Sullivan detailed an allegation of sexual assault against a male colleague in Mrs represented Podcast. She told the podcast that the incident happened in 1983 or 1984, when she was on the Coalition frontbench.
Sullivan said she decided to tell her story after Britney Higgins shared her own allegation of sexual assault. “She gave me the courage to talk about it,” she told ABC.
News Corp prodigy Caleb Bond, known as “The Foggy Youth” and Rosie Waterland’s Boyfriend, is moving from Adelaide to Melbourne.
He’s well-known as a Sky News reporter, columnist, and commentator – and he divides an ashy goat cheese as often as he divides opinion.
While Bond was at the Advertiser, he kicked off the Thursday cheese club tradition, providing a delightfully curated board for fellow journalists and visiting politicians. There is a hotly refuted rumor that he once chased an aspiring prime minister to the elevators while calling him a “cheese-eating surrender monkey.”
And he plans to revive the cheesy tradition when he moves to the Herald Sun in a few weeks.
“It might be a good time to relaunch it. It’s a good civilized break from the hustle and bustle of the newsroom, ”he says. “The next challenge is to pair the wine with the cheese. We’ll see how long it takes HR to figure this out.
Bond has been at ease and causing discomfort since he began writing conservative opinion columns with a touch of libertarianism at the age of 17.
“If you don’t like cheese, I probably don’t want to know you anyway,” he says.
An Australian journalist has drawn global contempt for her commentary on an athlete’s fingernails.
Claire Lehmann, founder of the online “free thought” magazine Quillette, tweeted a photo of American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson with her hair flowing behind and one finger pointing forward.
(Richardson was controversially banned from the US Olympic team for using marijuana).
“I don’t know if the fingernails are real or fake, but in case you didn’t know, very strong fingernails and hair can be a side effect of steroid use,” Lehmann tweeted.
Outlets around the world were quick to point out that – besides the ridiculousness of judging someone by their manicure – Richardson’s nails are fake. “Lehmann’s speculation was completely unfounded, and frankly … downright ignorant,” TMZ writes.
“A significant number of whites like to be involved in black affairs, and it never really works out well. ” Black America Web Written, a link to a range of reactions online.
An unrepentant Lehmann tweeted a photo of herself holding a pink cocktail, with the comment: “Long live being irrevocable.”
The daily mail reported this week that some avid Australians thought Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s curry recipe was, well, done. Morrison had shared a post on Facebook showing his prep work.
“After almost a month away, it’s nice to come back to Sydney with Jen and the girls and this little guy (Buddy). Saturday night is curry night, so I’ll be back in the kitchen this afternoon making one of the girls’ favorites, ”he wrote.
Daily Mail readers believed the final version of his lamb dish did not match the ingredients he offered.
In true Daily Mail style, the social media posts were turned into a story, with a claim that the meal was ‘staged and fake’. Crikey reporter Cameron Wilson then worked hard, contacting chef David Thompson to verify the recipe.
A spokesperson for the chef said it could indeed be the genuine item, but the Prime Minister may have overcooked the potatoes which then disintegrated in the curry.
Then it really became real, with Gourmet Traveler weighing in on the #CurryGate controversy and giving away the original massaman recipe.
“No pork barrel here,” Gourmet Traveler wrote on Instagram.
“You have to try to give it a try and as far as curries go, this one is a lover.”