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If you can’t discern the clear shift from the ABC over the last couple of years you’re analysis of media and news reporting skills are pretty poor.

Getting your news from a variety of sources gives you that range of views that illustrate the considerable movement of influence that has been going on here behind the scenes.


It’s not rocket science.


As for allowing more Australians into the country... there’s a travel consultant guy based in Melbourne, I think it is who has been arranging charter flights for Indian nationals wanting to return home... quite a regular service too, a lot of flights over the last year. He has regularly offered the Australian govt seats on those charters which otherwise return empty, and your erstwhile federal govt not only refuse the offer, they just don’t bother talking with him.

Carrick Ryan makes a good point today that we are led to believe quarantine spots are limited and that is the choke point for repatriating Australians wanting to come home... yet Tennis Australia has apparently managed to find 1000 rooms to accommodate the Open attendees. That suggests, as he points out, that the cap on arrivals is an economic issue and the Federal govt could easily make more rooms available if they chose to.

But Dictator Dan, of course... from the mouth breathing gallery.
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guy smiley wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:04 am If you can’t discern the clear shift from the ABC over the last couple of years you’re analysis of media and news reporting skills are pretty poor.

Getting your news from a variety of sources gives you that range of views that illustrate the considerable movement of influence that has been going on here behind the scenes.


It’s not rocket science.
100%. The ABC hasn't even tried to hide that it has moved significantly to the right over the past 12-24 months. That's neither a good or a bad thing, it's just a fact.
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grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:23 am
kiwigreg369 wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 1:37 am
Slim 293 wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 1:11 am
kiwigreg369 wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 12:43 am
Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 12:28 am So there are five positive cases in HQ in Melbourne who are associated with the Aust Open. Sky News this morning referred to it as Dan Andrews's 'Tennis Crisis'. Yesterday there were 6 locally acquired cases in NSW's Beraal cluster and Sky News repeatedly referred to NSW as the Gold Standard. Fair and balanced.
Shirley Dan gets extra marks for shooting himself in the foot.

More broadly the reaction to covid by the tennis stars indicates just how different the mindset is elsewhere in the world - especially Europe & USA. I don't think we understand a world without border closures, quarantine and a focus on containment towards elimination. A number of our friends going on summer holidays overseas from the UK is one of the hardest things for me to actually understand. Another example of shooting in the foot.

Shirley I don’t see how anyone would consider quarantine program working in the capacity as it’s supposed to, as shooting oneself in the foot?
the perception of closing your borders to Victorians yet being open to tennis stars - who then complain and get huge air time....
And prioritising tennis players over returning Australians...(ABC - https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/a ... y/13065712)
Especially when the media have an agenda against you, even the ABC.

Not sure any of the quarantine programmes are at capacity as they reduced the intake.
Returning Australians is a federal issue.
Yep, and I assume there's federal input into the running of the Ocker Open too. The feds would have had to have signed off on the players getting exemptions ahead of true blue Aussies.
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So the ABC is pro LNP now and has been for 2 years
This is despite a hate piece in the Australian almost every day, daily attacks on AC''s newsource Sky after dark, LNP themselves running a death by a thousand funding cuts campaign and I could list another dozen things....Ive heard it all now :lol:
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Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:09 am
guy smiley wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:04 am If you can’t discern the clear shift from the ABC over the last couple of years you’re analysis of media and news reporting skills are pretty poor.

Getting your news from a variety of sources gives you that range of views that illustrate the considerable movement of influence that has been going on here behind the scenes.


It’s not rocket science.
100%. The ABC hasn't even tried to hide that it has moved significantly to the right over the past 12-24 months. That's neither a good or a bad thing, it's just a fact.
Other than their charter but yeah sure, lets just take your word for it.
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grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:24 am So the ABC is pro LNP now and has been for 2 years
This is despite a hate piece in the Australian almost every day, daily attacks on AC''s newsource Sky after dark, LNP themselves running a death by a thousand funding cuts campaign and I could list another dozen things....Ive heard it all now :lol:
News Ltd doesn't wage war on the ABC because of it's political slant. It wages war on the ABC because it is ideologically against publically funded broadcasters.
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Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:35 am
grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:24 am So the ABC is pro LNP now and has been for 2 years
This is despite a hate piece in the Australian almost every day, daily attacks on AC''s newsource Sky after dark, LNP themselves running a death by a thousand funding cuts campaign and I could list another dozen things....Ive heard it all now :lol:
News Ltd doesn't wage war on the ABC because of it's political slant. It wages war on the ABC because it is ideologically against publically funded broadcasters.
Rubbish.
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grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:49 am
Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:35 am
grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:24 am So the ABC is pro LNP now and has been for 2 years
This is despite a hate piece in the Australian almost every day, daily attacks on AC''s newsource Sky after dark, LNP themselves running a death by a thousand funding cuts campaign and I could list another dozen things....Ive heard it all now :lol:
News Ltd doesn't wage war on the ABC because of it's political slant. It wages war on the ABC because it is ideologically against publically funded broadcasters.
Rubbish.
That's common knowledge grievous. Not your best work on this forum.
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Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:50 am
grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:49 am
Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:35 am
grievous wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:24 am So the ABC is pro LNP now and has been for 2 years
This is despite a hate piece in the Australian almost every day, daily attacks on AC''s newsource Sky after dark, LNP themselves running a death by a thousand funding cuts campaign and I could list another dozen things....Ive heard it all now :lol:
News Ltd doesn't wage war on the ABC because of it's political slant. It wages war on the ABC because it is ideologically against publically funded broadcasters.
Rubbish.
That's common knowledge grievous. Not your best work on this forum.
Youve got your fluffer agreeing and its "common knowledge".
Give me some evidence, happy to be proven wrong.
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Do your own work Grievous. Educate yourself. There are numerous independent news outlets in Australia providing decent editorial comment. Do yourself a favour and follow a few. At the moment you’re carrying on like someone who relies on the trusted staples for news and reacting accordingly... like an angry kitten all hiss and spit. It doesn’t always have to be about shitfighting and combat you know, conversations are actually possible.
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guy smiley wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 7:18 am Do your own work Grievous. Educate yourself. There are numerous independent news outlets in Australia providing decent editorial comment. Do yourself a favour and follow a few. At the moment you’re carrying on like someone who relies on the trusted staples for news and reacting accordingly... like an angry kitten all hiss and spit. It doesn’t always have to be about shitfighting and combat you know, conversations are actually possible.
The lazy response because you cant produce anything.
How the hell do you know where I get my news? :lol:
Youve thrown a lazy statement out there but Im carrying on?
You poor little thing youre hurt again
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Grievous,

You are demanding "evidence" that the ABC's editorial slant has shifted to the right. What kind of evidence could I possibly produce that you would deem appropriate? There is no independent 3rd party in Australia that publishes research into the political ideology and bias of Australian media organisations? The only time I've ever heard of a media organisation being critiqued in this way was when Tony Abbott's govt repeatedly tried to find pro-ALP bias in the ABC's reporting a few years ago, and of course found none.
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Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:42 am Grievous,

You are demanding "evidence" that the ABC's editorial slant has shifted to the right. What kind of evidence could I possibly produce that you would deem appropriate? There is no independent 3rd party in Australia that publishes research into the political ideology and bias of Australian media organisations? The only time I've ever heard of a media organisation being critiqued in this way was when Tony Abbott's govt repeatedly tried to find pro-ALP bias in the ABC's reporting a few years ago, and of course found none.
You said,
The ABC has had a heavy bias against the ALP state Premiers for the last 12 months. It's the result of stacking the ABC board with conservatives and threatening funding every time there is a story critical of the Coalition
You didn't mention editorial so thats already a step back from my original question and your claim already.
Shirley it cant be hard to find several lazy examples of this "right" turn by the ABC, an editorial should be even quicker.
You could find the same number of accusations by the LNP themselves claiming the opposite which begs the question, why would they fight a media outfit if they are working for them? And why cut their budget so much which could turn voters against them?.
Now my theory is that you've drifted as far left as the the Sky after dark right crowd are right you gleefully watch every night. It becomes us versus them, no media organisation supports your view so they are all against you.
You pander as many conspiracy theories as Craig Kelly does on Covid alone.
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Grievous, 'editorial slant' doesn't relate exclusively to editorials. The ABC doesn't have an editor as such. Editorial slant relates to the general ideology behind a media organisation.

Eg. The USA's Fox News has an editorial slant that trends strongly conservative.
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Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:59 pm Grievous, 'editorial slant' doesn't relate exclusively to editorials. The ABC doesn't have an editor as such. Editorial slant relates to the general ideology behind a media organisation.

Eg. The USA's Fox News has an editorial slant that trends strongly conservative.
What AC said.
Although i think Craig McMurtrie is the News Editor in Chief at the ABC
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Were there several more imported covid tennis cases today?
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Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:59 pm Grievous, 'editorial slant' doesn't relate exclusively to editorials. The ABC doesn't have an editor as such. Editorial slant relates to the general ideology behind a media organisation.

Eg. The USA's Fox News has an editorial slant that trends strongly conservative.
I didn't say it did. Find just one story to emphasise your point that is so obvious according to you. You love quoting articles to make your point.
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grievous wrote: Tue Jan 19, 2021 10:56 am
Ali's Choice wrote: Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:59 pm Grievous, 'editorial slant' doesn't relate exclusively to editorials. The ABC doesn't have an editor as such. Editorial slant relates to the general ideology behind a media organisation.

Eg. The USA's Fox News has an editorial slant that trends strongly conservative.
I didn't say it did. Find just one story to emphasise your point that is so obvious according to you. You love quoting articles to make your point.

ABC Insiders' Facebook page exclusively links to stories from the Australian now.

Barrie would never have allowed it
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote: Tue Jan 19, 2021 11:39 am ABC Insiders' Facebook page exclusively links to stories from the Australian now.
Exclusively, as in excluding all others?
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They say it feels like some of the political press core report like they are in bed with governments of the day ....then sometimes...they are
So other than no bonking rule the mask issue should be an easy hit.
Ive seen this Benson fella on Insiders, seems like hes definitely got Scummos back on anything.Who in turn had Bridgo's during the sports rorts scandal.
Unmasked: McKenzie's shopping trip to remember with new partner
By Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Updated January 20, 2021 — 3.21pmfirst published at 1.44pm

Nationals senator Bridget McKenzie has revealed she is in a relationship with News Corp's federal political journalist Simon Benson a day after the pair were photographed together shopping in a regional Victorian hardware store without masks.

The former sports minister and Benson seemed to be flouting a rule requiring shoppers to wear masks. The pair, photographed at the checkout of the Wodonga Bunnings store smiling and sharing a joke, appeared sans masks - despite a Victorian Health ruling requiring them to be worn inside. The horror!

"We are in a happy relationship and have been open about it," McKenzie and Benson told The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age in a joint statement on Wednesday afternoon.

Benson’s employer News Corp did not return requests for comment. The veteran political journalist has been a fixture of the federal and NSW press gallery for more than two decades.


The admission came the day after sending the Twittersphere into overdrive in which McKenzie was slammed for visiting the Bunnings with Benson without masks.

A fellow shopper snapped the relaxed looking pair and circulated the image on social media via the Mad F***ing Witches feminist Twitter account, taking aim at their failure to comply with health guidelines.

The account at first failed to identify Benson. Twenty-four hours later MFW announced Benson’s identity and asked: “Why are they together? How does this impact our democracy?”

We all know the Morrison government’s rules regarding MPs fraternising with their staffers. What’s less clear, however, is whether those rules extend to MPs and journalists and shopping trips.
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grievous wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:30 am They say it feels like some of the political press core report like they are in bed with governments of the day ....then sometimes...they are
So other than no bonking rule the mask issue should be an easy hit.
Ive seen this Benson fella on Insiders, seems like hes definitely got Scummos back on anything.Who in turn had Bridgo's during the sports rorts scandal.
Unmasked: McKenzie's shopping trip to remember with new partner
By Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Updated January 20, 2021 — 3.21pmfirst published at 1.44pm

Nationals senator Bridget McKenzie has revealed she is in a relationship with News Corp's federal political journalist Simon Benson a day after the pair were photographed together shopping in a regional Victorian hardware store without masks.

The former sports minister and Benson seemed to be flouting a rule requiring shoppers to wear masks. The pair, photographed at the checkout of the Wodonga Bunnings store smiling and sharing a joke, appeared sans masks - despite a Victorian Health ruling requiring them to be worn inside. The horror!

"We are in a happy relationship and have been open about it," McKenzie and Benson told The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age in a joint statement on Wednesday afternoon.

Benson’s employer News Corp did not return requests for comment. The veteran political journalist has been a fixture of the federal and NSW press gallery for more than two decades.


The admission came the day after sending the Twittersphere into overdrive in which McKenzie was slammed for visiting the Bunnings with Benson without masks.

A fellow shopper snapped the relaxed looking pair and circulated the image on social media via the Mad F***ing Witches feminist Twitter account, taking aim at their failure to comply with health guidelines.

The account at first failed to identify Benson. Twenty-four hours later MFW announced Benson’s identity and asked: “Why are they together? How does this impact our democracy?”

We all know the Morrison government’s rules regarding MPs fraternising with their staffers. What’s less clear, however, is whether those rules extend to MPs and journalists and shopping trips.
She was previously going out with David Bennett, an NZ MP from the National Party. Even a political journo would be a step up from Benno.
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What’s the story with COVID in Melbourne, I’m watching the BBL and there’s no crowd there really, is that because it’s two neutral teams or are there still restrictions
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jambanja wrote: Fri Jan 22, 2021 6:43 am What’s the story with COVID in Melbourne, I’m watching the BBL and there’s no crowd there really, is that because it’s two neutral teams or are there still restrictions

There’s still limited crowd sizes, but I’d suggest the neutral teams are also the reason...
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Meanwhile...

Spanish tennis player who complained about being subjected to hotel quarantine tests positive for COVID. :lol:
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Slim 293 wrote: Fri Jan 22, 2021 7:30 am Meanwhile...

Spanish tennis player who complained about being subjected to hotel quarantine tests positive for COVID. :lol:
:lol:
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Ok, Dictator Dan is making moves again. He is seeking to extend the State of Emergency until 2029.


Now given we are holding the Australian Open in Melbourne, surely that is not something any sensible person would do whilst under a State of Emergency? We have had no outbreaks and our track and trace capabilities are almost on par with NSW. So why do we need to extend the State of Emergency beyond its legislated maximum timeframe?
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Clogs wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:59 am Ok, Dictator Dan is making moves again. He is seeking to extend the State of Emergency until 2029.


Now given we are holding the Australian Open in Melbourne, surely that is not something any sensible person would do whilst under a State of Emergency? We have had no outbreaks and our track and trace capabilities are almost on par with NSW. So why do we need to extend the State of Emergency beyond its legislated maximum timeframe?

Without the state of emergency, the government is unable to respond quickly and put in measures to counter any potential outbreak of Gladys’ Mosman flu if it breaches our borders again...
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Slim 293 wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:19 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:59 am Ok, Dictator Dan is making moves again. He is seeking to extend the State of Emergency until 2029.


Now given we are holding the Australian Open in Melbourne, surely that is not something any sensible person would do whilst under a State of Emergency? We have had no outbreaks and our track and trace capabilities are almost on par with NSW. So why do we need to extend the State of Emergency beyond its legislated maximum timeframe?

Without the state of emergency, the government is unable to respond quickly and put in measures to counter any potential outbreak of Gladys’ Mosman flu if it breaches our borders again...
Like over react and lock Victorians out of Victoria while importing Tennis Covid from all over the world?
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Clogs wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:27 am
Slim 293 wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:19 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:59 am Ok, Dictator Dan is making moves again. He is seeking to extend the State of Emergency until 2029.


Now given we are holding the Australian Open in Melbourne, surely that is not something any sensible person would do whilst under a State of Emergency? We have had no outbreaks and our track and trace capabilities are almost on par with NSW. So why do we need to extend the State of Emergency beyond its legislated maximum timeframe?

Without the state of emergency, the government is unable to respond quickly and put in measures to counter any potential outbreak of Gladys’ Mosman flu if it breaches our borders again...
Like over react and lock Victorians out of Victoria while importing Tennis Covid from all over the world?
OK Rita...
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If we are hosting a major global sporting event and allowing tens of thousands of spectators each day, are we really in a time of crisis that requires a State of Emergency?
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Yes.


Next.










(Mosman flu😂😂👍)
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New outbreak in Melbourne, a HQ worker. Andrews giving a press conference at 10.30pm AEDST
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Hotel quarantine doesn't work.

https://www1.racgp.org.au/newsgp/clinic ... e-not-lear

Also ...

The Grand Hyatt was one of three quarantine hotels used by the Australian Open to quarantine more than 1,000 players and support staff ahead of the tournament.
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Put everything at risk so people can hit some balls over a net. If this breaks out it will be the end of Dan.
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FVCKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!

Victorians have been warned to brace for more COVID-19 infections after it was revealed the Melbourne hotel quarantine worker who has tested positive had a “high viral load” and is most likely carrying the mutant UK strain.
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No doubt they have the mutant strain, it seems to be the dominant one.

But we have caught it early, and we are acting quickly. It should be squashed before it gets out of hand.
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FFS.
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Clogs wrote: Wed Feb 03, 2021 10:19 pm Put everything at risk so people can hit some balls over a net. If this breaks out it will be the end of Dan.
You've been calling for Victoria to be opened up for months. You cried about every and all lockdowns, and begged Andrews to sacrifice elderly and sick Victorians for the sake of the economy. And now you're bemoaning Victoria staging the Australian Open? You're a grade one hypocrite. Whatever Andrews does, you'll cry about.
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Ali's Choice wrote: Thu Feb 04, 2021 12:31 am
Clogs wrote: Wed Feb 03, 2021 10:19 pm Put everything at risk so people can hit some balls over a net. If this breaks out it will be the end of Dan.
You've been calling for Victoria to be opened up for months. You cried about every and all lockdowns, and begged Andrews to sacrifice elderly and sick Victorians for the sake of the economy. And now you're bemoaning Victoria staging the Australian Open? You're a grade one hypocrite. Whatever Andrews does, you'll cry about.
Unlike you, who would rather blame the chicken than Dan...
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