Posts Tagged ‘auspol’
The Australian Toilet Paper Panic
In this episode of the Report, Richard begins by trying to explain how the fears of the coronavirus has resulted in the Australian toilet paper panic in our supermarkets.
The building on his previous report on the coronavirus Richard comments if the virus is by design or evolution. Is it another plot by the globalists or simply an uncontrollable biological phenomenon.
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Is Melbourne Still an Australian City?
After famous English actor and comedian John Cleese came out and stated that “London is no longer an English city,” the backlash prompted many videos offering proof that he was right. However these videos were solely focused on London and did not talk about any other city.
In this episode of The Report From Tiger Mountain, Richard examines Melbourne, Australia’s “multicultural” hub and deciding whether it is still in fact an Australian city.
The Significance of the Australian Election
In this episode, Richard discusses the significance of the Australian federal election result and what the Liberal Party’s surprise victory means for the future of the country.Read More
Interview with Senator Anning in Wake of New Zealand Massacre
Richard Wolstencroft sits down with Senator Fraser Anning in the wake of the New Zealand mosque shooting. Senator Anning has been subject to worldwide criticism for his comments following the incident which occurred last Friday in the city of Christchurch. In this interview, he attempts to justify those comments. What do you think of Senator Anning’s comments? Do you think they are justified?Read More
“Diversity Is Our Strength?” On Japan and Evolution (Part 2 of 2)
“Something new is about to be born…”
Continuing on from our last episode on “diversity” being our strength Richard expands on his travels to Japan and how it has become such a mono-cultural success.Read More
“Diversity Is Our Strength?” (Part 1 of 2)
Richard Wolstencroft deconstructs the idea that “diversity is our strength” using examples from modern day Japan and Australia.Read More