Russell Brand Lays Shame on Australian Drug-Criminalisation Policies
Shows 'The Project' how it's supposed to be done.
The Opened Mind | June 19, 2015
Thanks to Australia's Channel Ten and their desperate attempt to become relevant, sometimes we accidentally get some truth broadcasted over the occupied airwaves.
On the night of June the 3rd Russell Brand was a guest on The Project, a watered down and laughingly called 'news program' that seeks to co-op television viewers who are starting to realise contemporary mainstream news outlets are suspect if not downright complaisant in destroying real news. .
Brand takes a great stab at the child rape and abuse that is rampant within British politics, worthy of a standing ovation from myself whilst choking on laughter upon my first viewing.
What followed after that can only be described as one of the most concise summaries of the actual problem behind the drug problem, and something that is extremely rare to witness on mainstream occupied television.
Brand considers poverty and low socio-economic status as a leading cause of depression and other psychological problems, which is a leading cause of drug abuse.
In a very simple way, Russell explains the problem to the unsuspecting Australian public, that is, poverty produces drug addicts.
During the interview, we also get to bear witness to one of our top politicians displaying his actual true nature.
We speak, of course, about the great Christopher Pine, who so readily refers to the media posse around him (and therefore the Australian public) as no more than 'chooks'.