Month: April 2021

Black deaths in custody – time for some serious analysis

As we near the 30th anniversary of the release of the Royal Commission into Black Deaths in Custody, the Breakdown looks at how the activists use deaths to promote their agenda that Australia is racist – and ignore a much bigger issue.
And why the response to the death of Prince Philip makes me proud to be a monarchist.

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Normal doesn’t live here any more

We were told vaccines were the key to getting back to a post-COVID normal, but yesterday the PM announced that under-50s should avoid the AstraZeneca vaccine. Under-50s are the taxpaying backbone of the economy, and the AZ vaccine was the one that Australia was relying on. Two steps forward, two steps back. Normal has been postponed.

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A jab in the arm and a shot in the dark

On the same day as Scott Morrison was pleading with the European Commission for more supplies of the AstraZeneca vaccine, the European Medicines Agency said there was a “clear link’’ between blood clots and the vaccine … oh, yippee.
And canBiden backflip over a wall? Probably, but it won’t be pretty.

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It’s never Malcolm’s fault

Today on The Breakdown, Malcolm Turnbull’s just lost his third job because of climate change – this one took less than a week – but is less impressive than the self-destruction that cost him the prime ministership. Maybe he’ll learn to get along with others this time. But probably not … cos it wasn’t his fault (it never is).

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April 2021