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JEREMY AGAIN INTERVIEWED BY AUSTRALIA’S LEADING BROADCASTER, ALAN JONES, THIS TIME ABOUT HIS SPECTATOR ARTICLE ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE LEFT WING

 

Jeremy’s article in The Spectator about the dangerous psychology of the left wing has attracted extraordinary interest not only in Australia, but all over the world. In an email to subscribers, The Spectator described it as follows: ‘Sometimes something that makes it all crystal clear comes along. And so it has been with Jeremy Griffith’s, The fury of the left, explained. It’s going global because of the simplicity of its message: the right stands for reason, the left dogma. It’s booming in the States.’

And so on Wednesday 12 February, Jeremy was invited back on to the Richo & Jones show on Sky News Australia to discuss his article against the backdrop of the Left’s irrational response to Australia’s bushfire crisis.

See excerpts of the TV interview here:

 

Read the transcript of these excerpts here. Watch the full interview here.

 

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