Andrew Bolt urged Australians to change their mindset towards COVID-19 and to stop “hiding under the doona” as Sky News live blogs the biggest moments from tonight’s stellar opinion list.
Getting vaccinated is the “key to our freedom” when it comes to COVID-19 – but “changes our mindset too,” according to Sky News host Andrew Bolt.
Tonight, Sky News’s top commentators will examine the devastating lockdowns across Australia, distinguish the latest social issues and hold leaders to account as the nation battles the Delta coronavirus variant.
The hosts will provide a common sense approach to the issues that really matter and discuss them with a stellar lineup including former Queensland Premier Campbell Newman, NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce.
Australian taxpayer-funded institutions cannot be trusted to “tell the truth” about racial politics, according to Andrew Bolt, host of Sky News.
“The ABC, which for years promoted Pascoe in schools, now says it continues to move forward with a two-part TV series featuring Pascoe and his bogus theories,” Mr. Bolt.
“SBS marks NAIDOC week by asking Bruce Pascoe for his favorite Aboriginal-inspired recipe for cooking fish.
“Worst of all, the University of Melbourne still has Pascoe as a professor of indigenous agriculture, a bogus discipline based on his false claims that the Aborigines were farmers, not hunter-gatherers. ”
Sky News host Alan Jones says there is something “seriously wrong” if you can’t have a civilized reunion with differences of opinion in contemporary Australia.
The remarks come as the campaign against the elevation of the Warragamba dam wall has intensified.
One of the nine newspapers reported that police and security would be mobilized to keep the peace during community briefings on the rise of the dam wall.
Sky News host Andrew Bolt said getting the vaccine is “the key to our freedom” when it comes to COVID-19, but so is “changing our mindset.”
“This is Australia, hidden under the doona,” he said.
“Hiding from a coronavirus that hasn’t killed anyone this year who caught the virus here.
“Yet our borders are still closed to foreign tourists and many Australians returning home, and last week the government even halved the number of Australians who can return.”
For Australian Dennis Shanahan, Labor’s only hope of entering government is to “move to the center”.
“Everyone says it,” Shanahan told Sky News host Peta Credlin.
The proposed math curriculum is further evidence that Australia’s curriculum development process has been “hijacked by activists,” according to Sky News host Peta Credlin.
It comes as more than 200 concerned citizens have signed an open letter to the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority asking that the new math curriculum project be “scrapped” and the whole process “started over.”
“Alan Tudge, we are all counting on you to lead the charge,” Ms. Credlin said.