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Mao’s last stance

Democracy crumbles. Next stop, Tyranny?

15 April 2023

9:00 AM

15 April 2023

9:00 AM

In a recent TV appearance on Channel 10’s The Project, comedian Reuben Kaye made a tasteless joke about Jesus Christ that upset many who watched it. While co-host Sarah Harris laughed along with the studio audience, the following night she joined in a straight-faced apology for ‘the particular offence and hurt that (the joke) caused our Muslim, but especially our Christian viewers’.

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