Episode #25 (29-Mar-2015) [Ft. Tristan]

In this episode of the Australian Roundtable Podcast, Ethan, Johnno and Lindsay are joined by guest, Tristan, as the panel discuss superannuation and government theft; ‘Domestic violence’ in the media; Metadata laws passed by the Senate; Gov/media recruiting gamers into the military; Victorian government quotas for women; Steve Marsh and GMO crops; Australian ads ‘too white'; Lindsay’s long-awaited feature piece on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and much more.



1) Superannuation and government theft – 8:13
CourierMail: Saving plans are a better way to help people buy houses than raiding superannuation (27-Mar-2015)

2) ‘Domestic violence’ in the media – 15:32
CourierMail: Opening the courts dealing with domestic violence part of the solution (26-Mar-2015)

3) Hit-and-run trial by media – 21:48
CourierMail: Police believe Ashleigh Humphreys was killed by a driver… (25-Mar-2015)

4) Government/media recruiting gamers into the military – 27:53
CourierMail: ADF seeking next generation of soldiers on gaming review websites (24-Mar-2015)

5) Metadata laws passed by the Senate – 37:16
CourierMail via PressReader: Senate lets new data law through (27-Mar-2015)

6) Victorian government sets quotas for women – 52:08
TheAge: Legal, board posts to go to women, ALP to begin direct elections for state leader (28-Mar-2015)

7) Steve Marsh and GMO crops – 1:04:25
ABC: GM damages decision in court as organic farmer Steve Marsh launches appeal (27-Mar-2015)

8) Australian ads ‘too white’ – 1:14:05
Fairfax: Why are Australian ads so white? (26-Mar-2015)


1) Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion – 1:27:42
Metapedia.org: Henry H Klein (last accessed 29-Mar-2015)
Metapedia.org: Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion (last accessed 29-Mar-2015)

Final thoughts – 1:56:44