Tonight we welcome Daniel Huppert, founder and spokesman for the Australian Sovereignty Party (ASP). Our discussion ranges over a variety of topics, from issues of personal liberty to natural health and reforming the tax system.
From the ASP website:
ASP is a party founded, designed, and constituted by a community of individuals that have long fought for true freedom, liberty, justice, and have contended against subversive forces to restore the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Magna Carta to its rightful application and outworking in society. We are a party that will restore true sovereignty to this nation, and expose and defeat the perverse agenda being implemented by globalist forces of the New World Order.
ASP has clearly defined policies in a number of areas including the following:
I am sure you will find our discussion interesting and stimulating.
Also in the show tonight we cover the latest news from the Gaza aid ships, and the unexplained reports of spiral shaped lights in the skies across Australia.
If any listeners saw the spiral light (or if you know someone who saw it) please contact Hereward directly on 0415 059675.
Our lead story tonight is the deadly assault by the Israeli military on a convoy of ships bringing humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza.
I have as my guest Michael Shaik, spokesperson for the advocacy group Australians For Palestine.
As we publish this podcast it has been reported that journalists Paul McGeough and Kate Geraghty have been deported from Israel to Turkey:
Sydney Morning Herald editor Peter Fray said earlier today that McGeough told him Geraghty was “recovering from the injuries she received when hit by what she believes was a stun gun as Israeli forces boarded the boat she was on”.
The Herald was still deeply concerned at the circumstances surrounding the detention of Mr McGeough and Ms Geraghty and their deportation, he said.
“Paul and Kate have agreed to be deported only because they have had legal advice that they will be able to appeal their deportation even after they have left Israel,” Fray said.
“The fact remains that they were denied free passage in Israel to carry out their reporting assignment despite the Israeli authorities knowing full well that they are accredited journalists.”
In the interview with Michael Shaik we look at the potential consequences of this act of blatant aggression in international waters, and the ongoing humanitarian disaster in Gaza.
We urge listeners to donate to the cause via the Free Gaza Movement or Australians for Palestine.
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Tonight TNRA covers three major topics in as much detail as humanly possible within the time constraints.
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Tonight TNRA welcomes Michael Shaik, spokesman for Australians for Palestine.
As detailed in their mission statement, Australians for Palestine is committed to dispelling the myths and disinformation about Palestine in Australia. “It seeks to communicate the Palestinian narrative from a historical perspective, as well as through the current political developments impacting on Palestinians wherever they are, the Middle East region, and the world at large.”
Michael is an Australian who worked as a media coordinator in Gaza for the International Solidarity Movement. In 2003 he was jailed and deported for “unspecified security reasons”.
During the interview we examine several facets of the problem of Israeli and Palestininan relations.
We look at the historical origins of the Jewish state, the failures of the recent United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict, the Mossad passport controversy and double standards exhibited by our media and government in relation to documented crimes against humanity perpetrated by the State of Israel, such as the use of white phosphorous shells during the 2009 incursion into Gaza.
A very important show - don’t miss it!