LIVE Federal Election Coverage

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LIVE Federal Election Coverage

2min

We are excited (and stressed) to announce that we will be providing LIVE election coverage on Sat 21 May 2022 from 6pm to midnight, from our new studios with a live panel.

We will also be crossing all over the country to bring you the results and best commentary of how your voice is heard this election.

Make your choice – stay with Dinosaur Legacy Media who are going to trot out the same tired narratives on ABC, 7, 9, 10 and SKY or be an early adopter of New Media and get the authentic play-by-play on Discernable.

Watch our social platforms for the livestream, and the recording will be uploaded here at discernable.io



Assoc Professor Dr Gilbert Berdine: 'It's no longer science, it's a religious cult.'

The Discernable Interviews

Assoc. Professor Dr Gilbert Berdine: 'It's no longer science, it's a religious cult.'

41min

Dr Gilbert Berdine is an associate professor at Texas Tech University with degrees in chemistry and life sciences from M.I.T. and medicine from Harvard University.

Dr Berdine is a lecturer and attending physician, having treated many patients with Covid-19, as well as a published academic in peer-reviewed journals.

One of the earliest voices to predict the failure of lockdowns, Dr Berdine turns his attention to Australia in this interview to discuss the illusion of lockdown success, the ethics of vaccine mandates, and whether the claim ‘safe and effective’ is valid.



'Always be critical': Barrister Mahmoud Mando

The Discernable Interviews

'Always be critical': Barrister Mahmoud Mando

46min

Barrister at law Mahmoud Mando believes that vaccine mandates are immoral and that the Australian spirit of distrusting authority must be protected. He regularly calls for people to remain ‘critical thinkers’ in all matters even when fear and panic take over.

Mahmoud practises from Edmund Barton Chambers, Sydney.


https://ebc44.com/home/barristers/mando-mahmoud
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahmoud-rocky-mando-3a325522
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=568137326

2:24 The legal system is in a unique position to keep checks on the political class
5:07 What are the views amongst the legal professionals?
6:51 Are people thinking critically right now?
10:11 Employer mandates vs government mandates in the High Court
12:39 The science doesn’t support vaccine mandates for ‘reasonable precautions’
14:34 Has there been any successful cases against these mandates?
16:19 Will there be future cases against vaccine mandates?
18:23 Justice is not always served
20:40 Society is becoming much more complex needing better legal professionals
22:59 We need to change how we approach the law – keep an open mind and not just clinging to a specific ideology
26:25 Australia’s Common Law is a safeguard for its citizens
29:23 Legality vs morality of recent executive pandemic laws
31:54 People were rattled by the pandemic and the government ‘reacted’
33:32 How we should think about the legal system in bringing change to our society
38:26 Judicial activism needs to be respected
41:15 How does Australia compare to the rest of the world in terms of rights and the justice system
42:37 The need for free thinking and the danger of submitting to dogma and ideologies


'Northern Territory Mandates Are Invalid': Law Lecturer Geoffrey James

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'Northern Territory Mandates Are Invalid': Law Lecturer Geoffrey James

1hr 14min

Retired lawyer of 42 years Geoff James believes the Northern Territory vaccination mandates are invalid at law (ultra vires) and has published an essay explaining why. This argument is distinct from others we have heard because rather than make a moral judgement, Geoff makes the claim that they are simply and technically not law.

His legal argument is being used by class actions in the Norther Territory to fight mandates.

In this interview he steps us through the broad position of law in Western democracies and how executive rule by fiat authority is on the rise but in no way legitimate.

You can download his full essay here.