Around the world — whether it's the Brexit vote in the UK, Trump in the US, or the insurgent candidacies of Wilders in Holland and Le Pen in France — the old order is being rocked. What about here in Australia?
The current Australian prime minister is sort of a centrist, a “Liberal” by name. (That's what they call conservatives.)
His name is Turnbull, and he’s doing some interesting things, like demanding that immigrants embrace “Australian values.”
I think one reason he brought that in is to guard against more conservative elements like Senator Cory Bernardi, who is setting up a genuinely conservative political movement, reminiscent of Trump’s. Tonight we talk about his plans.
I'll also show you my fascinating conversation with the former leader of Australia's Labour Party (that's like Australia's NDP). Mark Latham, as you'll see, has been what the kids would call "red pilled":
His eyes have opened to the nature of the new authoritarian left.