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Australian National University’s John Blaxland says the military equipment and weapons being “churned out” in China are “clearly offensively minded”. “Precision hyper-sonic missiles and other types of systems,” he told Sky News host Catherine McGregor. “When you couple that with the rhetoric, it is generating considerable unease around the region and justifying – quite compellingly in my view – a doubling-down on defence capability.” His comments come as Australia is set to acquire a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines amid the forming of the trilateral AUKUS partnership.
The White House has bizarrely cut the feed during a meeting about wildfire preparedness with officials and President Joe Biden on Monday, local time. President Biden attended a meeting in Boise, Idaho, about the ongoing wildfires that have plagued several states in the country’s west.
The president spoke for the majority of the address, but he stopped when he wanted to hear more from George Geissler of the National Association of State Foresters. Midway through Mr Biden’s question, which was not part of his prepared remarks, the White House abruptly cut the feed. The incident is one of many occasions where the White House cut the media feed when the president went off his prepared remarks, The incident comes only a few days after Politico reported how White House staffers will “either mute [Biden] or turn off his remarks” because they were anxious that he would veer from “the West Wing’s carefully orchestrated messaging.”
Sky News host Peta Credlin says Australians will be “furious” if they’ve been “locked in their homes for months” to stop the spread of COVID-19, for it to all be undone “the moment the doors are open”. Ms Credlin discussed growing concerns within the tech community about the difficulties associated with implementing a vaccine passport. “Given governments’ repeated IT failures – just think about the Federal Government’s epic fail with the COVIDSafe app,” Ms Credlin said. “Plus the challenge of sharing information across a myriad of different government platforms – this already sounds like a minefield. “After shutting ourselves off from the world, to keep the virus out, at such inconvenience and heartache; and having endured repeated lockdowns, I can’t see the Australian people being relaxed about letting anyone and everyone come in once the international border is reopened.”
It is almost like the relationship between the two great superpowers – China and the United States – is “in stalemate,” according to The Australian’s Associate Editor, Cameron Stewart. “It’s frozen with a sort of complete distrust on every side,” Mr Stewart told Sky News Australia.
Sky News host Paul Murray says Singapore is using a “COVID robot” to enforce compliance with coronavirus rules. “Xavier (the robot) scans the area, if people are too close it starts to let off a message and if you ignore it, it sets off a siren,” he said. “I don’t know what happens if you ignore it after then, but at this stage it doesn’t have the capacity to arrest people.”
Sky News host Nicholas Reece says the “brave new world” of vaccine passports is about to begin in Australia. “From tomorrow, the NSW Government has announced regional businesses outside of hotspot areas will be able to choose to refuse unvaccinated patrons as they reopen,” Mr Reece said. “Earlier this week, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced freedoms for fully vaccinated people once the 70% double dosed target is reached. “These include being able to go to hospitality venues, hairdressers and gyms, and have five people at your home. “Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has said that Victoria is going to do something similar – freedoms for the double vaxxed, lockouts for the unvaxxed. “This is what is coming.”
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says Meghan Markle and some of her defenders in the media are a “menace to free speech”. According to Mr Bolt, last week Britain’s media watchdog Ofcom defended presenter Piers Morgan’s right to call Markle “unbelievable, untrustworthy, someone who makes stuff up” following her interview with Oprah Winfrey. “The thing is, Meghan Markle does indeed tell the most unbelievable stories about what a victim she is and how terrible the Royal Family is and woe is me,” he said.
“Even if you do believe Meghan Markle, surely a journalist, a presenter is entitled to question her claims, that’s free speech. “But the scary thing about that is not even Morgan’s bosses at ITV believe in free speech anymore, in the right to doubt Meghan Markle.” Mr Bolt said ITV’s decision to dump Morgan following thousands of complaints – including from the Duchess of Sussex herself – was a “sin against journalism, and now Britain’s media policeman Ofcom has suggested exactly that”.
Whoever leads the Coalition in the next Victorian state election faces an “enormous challenge,” according to Sky News host Rita Panahi. It comes as the Victorian Liberal Party is set to see a leadership challenge in the coming days. Ms Panahi said it is likely that Liberal MP Matthew Guy will prevail as leader but said whoever leads the party faces a challenge. “Dan Andrews’ inept performance throughout the pandemic, the massive budget blowouts on major projects and the fact that Victoria has accumulated the biggest state government debt – by some margin – in the country will not stop Labor winning again,” she said. “Labor runs this state, and when a Coalition government is elected they’ll have to fight a bureaucracy working against their agenda.”
Sky News host Paul Murray says “swampy” Joe Biden is “heavily controlled”. President Biden recently came under criticism for having a ‘cheat sheet’ which shows the names and faces of local officials he was to meet during his tour to assess the damage in Louisiana caused by Hurricane Ida.
Teenagers in the United Kingdom will not receive the COVID-19 vaccine despite fears the return of face-to-face learning could result in a spike in case numbers. In an assessment by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, the nation’s immunisation authority, it was concluded the health benefits from the vaccine were only “marginally greater” than “potential known harms”.
“The margin of benefit is considered too small to support universal vaccination of healthy 12 to 15 year olds at this time,” a statement by Public Health England read. “Given the very low risk of serious COVID-19 disease in otherwise healthy 12 to 15 year olds, considerations on the potential harms and benefits of vaccination are very finely balanced and a precautionary approach was agreed.”
Sky News host Rowan Dean says the Taliban are playing the “left game”, having studied the “woke agenda”. “They’ve studied the woke agenda, they’re saying they’re going to reduce emissions for climate change, they’re going to be nicer to women. “Their spokespeople are saying all this, even though over their shoulders are the genuine guys with the guns making sure they don’t say the wrong thing.”
It is clear there was a “failure of intelligence” across the world when it came to the chaotic withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, says Sky News host James Morrow. This comes as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab faces calls to resign after going on a family holiday to Cyprus in the days before Kabul fell to the Taliban.
Secretary Raab has revealed Five Eyes intelligence predicted there would be a steady deterioration in Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US troops and not a Taliban surge. “What he is talking about here is a failure of intelligence that we saw across the world,” he said. “We saw it in Washington; the Pentagon had no idea this was happening, clearly the Brits had no idea this was going to happen.”
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says the idea that we can pretend China isn’t a threatening dictatorship is “dangerously naïve”. “Two years ago the Morrison Government set up something called the University Foreign Interference Taskforce,” Mr Bolt said. “Put simply it’s a group to stop the Chinese dictatorship especially from getting its tentacles into our universities. “Today we read for instance it wants students trained to spot interference threats on campus and report them. Academics working with overseas institutions will be trained to watch out for their critical research being stolen. All that is good. “But then I read this, that a confidential plan to force university to reveal a decade of foreign political and financial interests has been met with such fierce backlash that the federal government is now reviewing the proposal. “If universities are now kicking back … please wake up .
Sky News host Sharri Markson says it was “crucial” to interview former US President Donald Trump on the origins of COVID-19. The interview will go to air on September 20 during the Australian television exclusive ‘What Really Happened in Wuhan’ at 8pm AEST on Sky News on Foxtel and Sky News Regional. Ms Markson told Sky News host Andrew Bolt she has been trying to interview the former president for “quite some time”. “Luckily we were finally able to make this happen,” she said. “I was very grateful that he gave us the time, he was very open, very accommodating, he answered all of the questions I had, and I did cross-examine him about when and how the virus broke out according to the information that was presented to him.”
The crisis and tragedy in Afghanistan is “purely” of US President Joe Biden’s own making, according to Digital Editor Jack Houghton. Horrific footage has emerged in the aftermath of the ISIS-K terrorist attack at Kabul airport, which killed dozens of people attempting to flee Afghanistan. The New York Times reported two explosions ripped through crowds outside of the airport hours after Western governments were warned of an imminent Islamic State attack.
Mr Houghton said the tragedy is of Biden’s own making and his media responses in the lead-up to the attack have left many onlookers “feeling frustrated and angry”. “So used to not having to explain himself to a loving media, we are now witnessing scenes of a US President fleeing press conferences and refusing to explain the reasoning behind his decisions,” Mr Houghton said. “Whatever criticism you may have of Trump, everyone knows he would have stood there for hours and answered every question thrown at him”. “The world is stuck with Biden, and I truly hope journalists stop letting him walk away without explaining the latest mess he has dragged all of us into.”