We Are People, Not Numbers (VIC Hotel Quarantine interview with Gina Haitidis)

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We Are People, Not Numbers (VIC Hotel Quarantine interview with Gina Haitidis)


Gina Haitidis (Castello) sat down with The People’s Project to discuss how her opinion of Daniel Andrews (Victorian Premier) has radically shifted after her grandfather died as part of the 801 deaths in Victoria’s Hotel Quarantine fiasco.

Gina is horrified by the way a previously ‘decent Premier’ reveals himself to be above the law and not subject to the same standards demanded of everyone else.

In this interview Gina lays out the incompetence and inhumanity of the Victorian health system under Daniel Andrews’ guidance, and why she will ‘never trust him again’.

A note for Discernable viewers:
On reflection in the edit suite, I am not happy with the way I conducted this episode. We had a volunteer producer prepare the run sheet, and out of my own fear of scaring or insulting my guests and the similar people watching an episode like this, I adopted their attitude ‘I’m starting to wonder if Dan actually didn’t keep us safe at all’.

The truth is, I’ve never waited for a political leader to ‘keep us safe’, and it’s been more than a year since I gave up trying to justify Daniel Andrews’ motivations. It may have been a true sentiment of mine from the very beginning of Discernable 2 years ago, but it certainly isn’t now.

Thankfully about halfway through this episode I threw off the run sheet in my mind and became more genuine. Moving forward, I will be more involved in the production of our news shows, and when in front of guests I will find my balls and be a man again. I’m embarrassed by my behaviour, but the story of what Gina and Angelo went through thanks to the Victorian government is too important to miss.

All Grown Up - Discernable finds a new home!

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All Grown Up - Discernable finds a new home!


This was the announcement made on social media after much censorship, that we would be moving to our new home right here…https://discernable.io!

SOCIALS will serve as a bulletin board only to notify you of our new guest interviews and news shows.

Interview with a Canadian Who Does Not Approve of the Truck Protests

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Interview with a Canadian Who Does Not Approve of the Truck Protests

1hr 4min

14 March 2022

Discernable has given much coverage to the Freedom Convoy Truck Protest in Canada and the positive voices around the movement but with so many Canadians also against the protest, we felt it was only right to hear from their side as well.

Tim Van Winckle is a resident of Ottawa, Canada. Ottawa was the centre of the protest and is a very pro-government city, much like Canberra, Australia. Tim believes the protest was ill thought out, fragmented, hijacked at times, and overall ineffective.

If you follow accounts such as https://www.instagram.com/freedomconvoy2022 you would understand the protest in a very positive light. If you turn on the legacy media, you would perhaps see the protests in a similar light to what is explored here.

As always, make up your own mind and remember that we are all on the same team: #TeamHuman whether we like it or not.

2:42 What is Ottawa?
6:00 Tim’s understanding of the Freedom Convoy
8:08 Competing interests within the convoy
9:22 Self-proclaimed leaders of the convoy
10:14 The make-up of the convoy group in Ottawa
12:40 The local population reacts to the convoy
16:28 Ottawa hadn’t seen this type of protest before
18:20 ‘They protested in the wrong place’
19:16 ‘The convoy had nothing to do with the lifting of mandates’
20:46 No Canadian wanted to see the Emergencies Act implemented
24:10 Reaction to bank accounts being frozen
28:46 How the convoy ‘lost the support of everyday Canadians’
32:35 ‘Trudeau was right to not talk to the convoy’
34:14 The Canadian truckers are a ‘bunch of clowns’
37:02 Canadian biases
40:50 Lack of legitimacy of the anti-vaccine side
42:48 What about legitimate information from censored experts?
46:02 Why are Canadians more trusting of government?
51:10 What do Canadians think about reports of vaccine adverse reactions?
53:42 Targeting children to get the covid vaccine
55:48 Risk vs reward ratio for children getting vaccinated
57:19 How do Canadians view Australia?
59:24 Threats and secrecy push more people away from trusting the government

The People's Project Season 6 Episode 2: Floods, Masks, Crypto and Fear

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The People's Project Season 6 Episode 2: Floods, Masks, Crypto and Fear


In this episode of The People’s Project:

The community of Northern NSW stepped up and saved themselves when their government abandoned them for over 10 days.

Incoming NYC Mayor tries to justify keeping masks mandated on just one group: young children. Channel 9 tries to do the same in Australia. Florida does the exact opposite and calls out the theatre.

Governments do exactly as predicted and try to control your cryptocurrency

Emperor McGowan tries to keep WA rattled by fear when his PPE charade is unmasked.


To bring The People’s Project into a weekly show we are hiring a news researcher/producer (1 day per week)!

To apply, email us
1. a list of where you consume news and information and
2. why you choose those sources

*You must be able to travel to our eastern suburbs Melbourne studio on Friday mornings


Escaping Melbourne for Sydney

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Escaping Melbourne for Sydney


We escaped Melbourne for Sydney! This is what we discovered:

1. Darling Harbour changes and being yelled at
2. Anxiety and PTSD in the supermarket
3. Masks? Community policing each other
4. Don’t check in
5. Tourist vs Resident
6. Best cheap eats in Sydney
7. Political culture Sydney vs Melbourne
8. What they don’t tell you about Sydney vs Melbourne weather
9. Visiting ‘Our’ ABC Headquarters
10. What Victorians talk about in cafes
11. Discernable staying in Melbourne or moving to Sydney?
12. Gold Coast legal win against mandates


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