Alan Jones canceled by Australian media, but Australian tribune does not silence


Alan Jones’ enemies are as happy as ever, saying goodbye to a large audience for the third time in less than three years.

The voice of this tribune of people is not silent.

Nonetheless, his growing band of fans wonders why Australian media managers don’t seem to be able to provide the right platform for the country’s most influential commentators. Don’t get

Indeed, they assume that the free market will ensure that Alan Jones’ voice continues to be heard.

So why was Alan Jones removed from these important outlets? There are three related factors.

First, he is very effective in doing what has been very well-known and denied in the sympathy of his audience, and frankly, more than much of the media wants. many.

Ultimate media management was once given to the owner, the mogul, but professional boards are increasingly leaving such management to management, not necessarily valuation-dependent. Below are some of the things that can affect them.

The truth is that it’s hard to overestimate Alan Jones’ influence and the desire to hear him.

I first met Alain in the 1999 referendum. In the vastness of Australian media, print and broadcast, he was the only major voice to vote against Australia in a referendum to become a republic. This was despite the fact that we were already a crowned republic for a long time.

Proposed was the only politician republic in history that allowed the Prime Minister to dismiss President Puppet without notice, for no reason, and without the right to appeal.

Alain’s brief answer to those who called undecided became one of the successful slogans of the NO case. “If you don’t know, vote for NO.” The result was brilliantly contrary to the combined wishes of most politicians, the mainstream media of the time, and all other elites, the defeat of landslides.

The No case won nationally, in all states, and in 72 percent of voters.

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Alan Jones speaks to the media at the Wallaby & Barbarian’s media opportunity on October 13, 2017 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Australia. (Matt King / Getty Images)

One of Alain’s well-known techniques to get through the problem was to ask one characteristic question: “Does it pass the pub test?”

His interviews and editorials are always based on meticulous personal research, guided by traditional values ​​and presenting unparalleled common sense, technique and style, not just in Australia. ..

On top of that, his strong presence and rhetoric are quivering in his boots, given that many politicians and other elites face him. As a result, even if you have access to a large audience, some may not be visible.

The second factor is that he refused to support the general radical view that has become compulsory.

Most of these have a common origin. But, as the great American broadcaster and prolific writer Mark Levin showed in his book about this question, these radical views are always from that monster, the American Marxism, or Brought through it.

And unlike many leaders in politics, big corporations, and academies, Alan Jones never succumbs to or surrenders to today’s elite fashion, but as always, remains a proud heretic.

The third factor is that he is not afraid. Infused with love for art, sportsman’s courage, and politics, he’s like a Renaissance prince who doesn’t follow the latest sky legitimacy, even in silence.

But what drives people who manage but don’t own the media?

First, social terrorist rag conspirators such as Sleeping Giants and Mad Witches use algorithms as weapons to forge a widespread sense of anger that doesn’t exist, dismissing the weakest and least courageous advertising agency executives. When stabilizing, they are prone to fear.

Instead of exposing them, media executives quickly understand the solution with their brave voice censorship.

Second, they easily accept social media diktats in various bids to control not only the political life of the country, but also themselves.

Instead of looking for new alternative platforms, they are enthusiastic about accepting that certain basic questions are now beyond discussion.

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President Donald Trump’s suspended Twitter account will appear on the iPhone screen in San Anselmo, California on January 8, 2021. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)

Therefore, they accepted the instructions so easily that there should be little or no debate about the efficacy and side effects of the vaccine against the Wuhan virus. This is still experimental. Similarly, there is no debate about forced use of vaccines by politicians, maintaining control of people rather than saving them, or whether forced vaccination is the only way to protect the vulnerable. And keep in mind that besides the expensive Big Pharmacy products, there is scientific support and no mention of treatments permitted in other jurisdictions.

The problem is that in democracy, all these questions must remain open for discussion and debate, both live and on the air.

Third, and finally, some are reluctant to tolerate or tolerate many of the views that go against the current editorial, which is advancing not only in comments but also in the news.

For example, consider the current major problem, the hypothesis of anthropogenic global warming. The main beneficiaries of this were clearly the millionaires of the Beijing genocide, with too many carpetbaggers jumping on the train.

Is this really the time when the media discourages the broadest debate about theory?

Those in a hurry to silence Alan Jones have forgotten that the world has changed technologically, and that will probably continue. Things that weren’t possible until recently are now possible and are easier to access every day.

Please give an example. Explicit censorship by social and mainstream media, which occurred during the 2020 US presidential election and ensures that important information about Joe Biden’s family remains censored, has been in the past, especially during the next election. It can be a thing.

Alan Jones, who has only recently transitioned to social media, soon became by far the most prominent voice among Australian commentators. Those media that tried to shut him down may have hit the foot well and really.

And there are many new forums where he has already made a strong voice. In short, the unleashed Alan Jones should grow a new and really large audience in Australia and around the world.

Again, attempts to silence people’s tribune Alan Jones will fail and miserably fail.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.

David Flint


David Flint is an emeritus professor known for his Australian leadership for a constitutional monarchy and his tenure as head of the Australian Broadcasting Station. He is also a former president of the Australian Press Council and the World Press Council Association.