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On today’s episode of this week’s TOP News stories from around the world: Australia has hit new low, with video footage of what appears to be UN troops on the ground enforcing lockdowns. Contrarily, Sweden, Denmark and Norway remove restrictions and learn to live with the virus. All of that and much MORE as we go around the world, and of course, hear a message of hope from Neil Oliver on why governments are afraid of the people!
On today’s episode of this weeks TOP stories from around the world:
Tucker Carlson Interviews Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban in an amazingly candid and insightful conversation everyone NEEDS to see. Then, Italians and French LIBERTY fighters continue to take to the streets in protest of health passes needed to do basic tasks. Also, after a one week ban on YouTube for critiquing lockdowns and mandates, Sky News Australia hit back- but Australian Senators want to interrogate the news channel saying if “something is too dangerous for the internet it’s too dangerous dangerous for tv”.
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On today’s Sunday World News show: Massive flooding in Belgium and Germany have led to 200 deaths with 1000 people missing.
Nationwide protests in France erupt after Emanuel Macron’s Draconian New orders that creates 2 classes of people.
Updates out of South Africa after chaos, violence and looting erupted this past week.
Italy Vs England Eurofinal should mean the end to lockdowns, but while 60,000 people will crowd into a #UKFootball stadium, Boris Johnson still has the rest of the country in lockdown.
On this week’s episode of TOP news stories from around the world: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defends the anger fueling the wave of church arsons and statue-smashing as “fully understandable”, thinking that by calling the attacks “unacceptable” he can still sympathize with the criminals.