I’m excited this week to introduce you all to the wonderful jazz pianist Emma Stephenson who is now handling all my social media from New York. I thought you would be interested in how this happened.
Here’s my latest video, talking to her about all of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEGdE83CSY8. Please don’t forget to like my videos. It really helps me get noticed.
But briefly to explain the story of how we connected. Emma wrote to me over a year ago saying she wanted to volunteer to help me. She’s a brilliant jazz musician who has been learning her craft since she was a child, winning some of Australia’s top prizes along the way. She was prompted to contact me when the music industry announced they were introducing quotas. Yes, here is yet another industry kowtowing to the feminists to ensure more women win prizes and gain unfair advantage. This made Emma see red and she wrote offering to do what she could to help me with my various campaigns.
What a stroke of luck for me. She’s very smart and computer savvy and is now managing my Twitter and Facebook, helping me post all the news items you all send in to me. I hope you have noticed I’m finally getting pretty active in social media, which is helping spread the word about what I am doing.
It’s been a big decision for Emma to agree to go public about her interest in these issues. The music industry is being steadily taken over by feminists, and cowardly men who don’t dare take them on, and there’s a real risk for a young musician to challenge this new orthodoxy. But Emma is now going for broke, having launched her own videos to take on the diversity disease. As a PhD student she is smart, articulate and perceptive. I am sure you will enjoy her detailed analysis of the corruption of our music industry and many other topics.
Live Q&A to celebrate 30,000 subscribers
I’m soon to hit 30,000 subscribers, which is pretty exciting. We decided to do a live Q&A to celebrate. This will be on Wednesday, February 6 at 7.00 pm. You can send in your questions by email – which is probably the best way of getting them answered on the show. But also you can send in questions during the show which will last about an hour and will be live on YouTube. We’ll give more details before then on Facebook, Twitter and my website.
On Sky News tonight with Chris Kenny at 7.00 PM
If you have access to Sky News you may like to watch me talking to Chris Kenny about Sarah Jane Parkinson, the Canberra false rape accuser. That will be just after 7.00 pm, Sunday January 27. The money is starting to come in for my crowd-funder to help the victim’s family. We’ve received over $3,000 which is a good start but a drop in the ocean for Dan’s parents who spent over $300,000 on legal fees defending their son.
I hope many of you are taking the time to write to the ACT Attorney General seeking an ex gratia payment for the family. Here are the details you will need to do that. It’s shocking that the AG is refusing to even meet with Dan’s parents. If any of you have good contacts in the ACT government could you let me know so we can see if we can make other approaches.
That’s it for now. Cheers, Tina
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