“White Men Aren’t Allowed To Talk Anymore” Joe Rogan Tells 190 Million Listeners During 3-Hour Podcast

"We're being silenced"

“White Men Aren’t Allowed To Talk Anymore” Joe Rogan Tells 190 Million Listeners During 3-Hour Podcast

“We’re getting to the point where straight white men aren’t allowed to talk,” Joe Rogan has told his 190 million listeners during a 3-hour podcast on one of the world’s biggest audio streaming platforms.

Rogan, who recently signed a $100 million deal with Spotify, said it was hard for white men to be heard these days. “We’re being shut down from saying what we want. Apart from the President, most politicians and the majority of corporate leaders, it’s pretty hard to find a white man who has a say anymore”.

Rogan said he would be releasing a 3-hour YouTube video to discuss his views on suppression further with his 10 million subscribers.

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PM Promises All Australians Will Receive First Defamation Action By December 2021

“The process of suing everyone who disagrees with us has been slower than expected"

PM Promises All Australians Will Receive First Defamation Action By December 2021

With new figures showing that just 11% of Australians have received their first court summons as the result of defamation proceedings from a government MP, the Prime Minister has promised to accelerate the program, saying that all Australians will be the subject of legal action by the end of the year.

“The process of suing everyone who disagrees with us has been slower than expected. But today we’re announcing a new range of measures which will ensure everyone is fully charged before Christmas,” Mr Morrison told journalists today, conceding that they had initially hoped to have 4 million people indicted by the end of March.

Mr Morrison said mass defamation centres would be set up in Australia’s major cities to speed up the process of suppressing dissent.

“This is the quickest way to ensure that criticism of the government doesn’t spread, and that anyone who is mean to a government MP gets the court case required to stop that criticism in its tracks”.

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