Letter to the Editor
Chanel Nine’s churlish decision to ban Pauline Hanson from the Today show over her very honest words that appeared beyond the intellectual capacity and general knowledge of the presenter and reporter lacking wisdom of experience
It is our democratic right to seriously boycott the products of every advertiser on Channel Nine to show our disgust.
It was only a few years ago that Chanel Nine reporters and news readers showed Australia they apparently did not know the difference between, comment, criticism and racism, and had no wish to learn the differences. On top of that they displayed an apparent gross dismal knowledge of history on the the Vietnam War that ended in 1975, and the shocking Tiananmen Square Massacre incident of 1989 where we accepted many Asian people for safety, the Asian world knew Australia was a great place and millions wanted to migrate here — Fact. In 1996 when she gave her maiden speech there were massive numbers of Asian wanting to migrate here. The general ignorance of the Press on this historic fact is appalling — she was ridiculed not on fact but on spiteful ignorance when she said we were in danger of being overrun by Asians that was only prevented by strict immigration. Not much has changed within the ignorance towards her.
Bet the Channel Nine staff never get elected to the Senate, ignorance is no virtue.
G J May
Well said that’s for sure. Editor
I had nine news as My homepage on my laptop but took it off and stopped watching the stupid programs they run when the cut comments to news polls etc. from the page. Channel 10 and 7 aren’t much better with programs like The Project running absolute rubbish, support scams like Climate change and Black Lives Matter etc. Wally Ally should have stayed on ABC he really did suit the biased tripe they preach as well. I detest all the news this lot of media preach.
the big tv bosses get their instructions from the people who are scared of the truth getting out to the ordinary people!
Well said! I never watch that morning show crap anyway. Utter programming for sheep. Bruce Thompson
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