KIIS FM bosses censored over Kyle Sandilands’ Voice to Parliament and spending billions on Indigenous Australians
Kyle Sandilands’ emotional speech about Indigenous Voices to Parliament has been censored by network bosses.
The KIIS FM star was on full flight on Thursday morning, dramatically clashing with newsreader Brooklyn Ross over funding for Indigenous Australians.
‘We actually have to pay [Indigenous Australians] Money and look after them,’ said Ross.
‘Nah, bulls**t!’ Before starting an argument about how the funds should be allocated, Kyle exclaimed.
‘How about educating people and giving them a chance to make their own lives like the rest of us?’ she said.
Kyle Sandilands’ [pictured] Sensitive voices about Indigenous Voices to Parliament have been censored by network bosses
The on-air clash came shortly after large portions of Sandilands’ comments were censored.
Kyle strongly objected to an alleged $34 billion earmarked for Indigenous Australians and wanted to know why the money wasn’t having a more positive impact.
‘No one is actually spending $34 billion to solve real problems. They are painting the house and giving them this and that [without fixing the real problems].
‘We will rename Fraser Island!’ Kyle scoffed before attacking the Welcome to Country tradition.
‘See, the project is thanking the people of the past [for] using their land,’ before declaring, ‘These things, they are not!’
Kyle strongly objected to an alleged $34 billion earmarked for Indigenous Australians and wanted to know why the money wasn’t having a more positive impact. Photo: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese
‘No one is better than anyone else. If they’re treated worse, that’s a problem,’ Kyle continued.
“Yeah, I agree with that,” said co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson, who remained mostly silent amid Kyle’s outburst.
‘Thanks Jackie,’ Kyle quipped. ‘Jackie finally popped up.’
‘I understand you don’t want to get involved,’ the 52-year-old father admitted. ‘[An] An angry man and a gay man [Ross] argument.’
‘And we’re both white!’ He added, to a chuckle from Jackie.
The on-air clash came shortly after large portions of Sandilands’ comments were censored. Photo: Brooklyn Ross
The comments come just a week after KIIS bosses heavily censored celebrity chef Pete Evans during an interview.
Evans, who destroyed his media career during the Covid-19 pandemic by spreading misinformation and sharing a ‘racist’ meme, appeared on KIIS FM’s top-rated breakfast show last Thursday in an attempt to clear his name.
Calling into the show from her remote property in north-east NSW, the former My Kitchen Rules star doubled down on her opposition to Covid vaccines, masks and social distancing.
He also cast doubt on the Covid rapid antigen test and was fined $15,000 in 2020 for promoting his claims about the ‘healing’ powers of biocharger lamps.
But most of what he said was beeped by the station’s sensors.
Audiences later called on the show to consider whether Evans should be censored by the mainstream media, with the vast majority declaring it was time to ‘un-cancel’ him.
One fan said Evans should be sacked because he is a ‘real man’ who ‘stood up’ for his beliefs.
Another complained that Evans ‘went and did the research’ and was ‘not just talking’, and therefore should not be prevented from publicly sharing his views even if they were seen as scientifically incorrect.
The comments come just a week after KIIS bosses heavily censored celebrity chef Pete Evans [pictured] During an interview
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