New media (such as this webpage) is undermining the monopoly of traditional mainstream media outlets like never before.
The latter has gone relatively unnoticed since it launched earlier this year. But Dave’s interviews have been explosive. Really explosive.
He’s got the ability delve into the beliefs of prominent members of society and bring them to the surface.
One such example is his interview with the editor of the Sunday Mail, Peter Gleeson. It brought out this cracker of a line on Malcolm Turnbull:
“He’s picking on everyone. And the last Liberal politician who picked on everyone was Campbell Newman. And you saw what happened to him.”
Malcolm Turnbull really should tune in to Dave’s program. He might learn something.
Another example is this interview with Dr Stuart Ballantyne, CEO of Sea Transport Corp regarding Qantas and its support of homosexual marriage.
Just one segment is below:
This is part of what Stuart Ballantyne had to say about Qantas’ decision to promote homosexuality and run an airline into the Middle East:
“Here’s Qantas pushing the gay homosexual banner while flying into the Middle East. And even around here, we’ve seen acts of terrorism around the world from offended Islamic believers.
I believe that they’re setting, they’re jeopardising their safety.
Qantas are jeopardising their safety by saying, ‘Yeah, yeah we’re for the gays, we’re for the gays’.
Yes, I know there’s a lot of gays within Qantas and that doesn’t concern me. But pushing the barrow does concern me…
…I don’t want to be sitting at 34,000 feet or 36,000 feet and explode.
So I’ve said to Qantas, ‘I’m out’ because to my view they are jeopardising the safety of that airline.”
Stuart Ballantyne is not a nobody. His company’s decision to boycott Qantas has cost the airline $500,000 to $700,000 per year. You can read his open letter to Qantas on Dave’s website here.
And, you know what, I don’t want to be on a target with a Rainbow Kangaroo painted all over it either. Neither do many other Australians.
So I’m guessing Stuart Ballantyne and Margaret Court aren’t the only people taking their business elsewhere.
And there’s this insight into Safe Schools as well.