But Brighteon.com has obtained a copy of it via the "Satellite of Discontent" channel, and it's now available for your viewing pleasure.
Watch as Blair Cottrell logically explains how the people of Australia, much like the people of America, desperately want to celebrate their unique identity as Australians without facing accusations from leftists of being "Nazis" and "racists," which is currently the trend there.
"I think the people of Australia know there's something wrong with this country," Cottrell states during the interview, which had to have its video and audio manipulated so as to avoid being pulled once again from the web.
"They may not have the information to verbalize what that is, but they're willing to listen. The election of Donald Trump is proof that the values and the narratives of the mainstream media do not necessarily represent the values of the people. They may, in fact, be at odds with the people. So I believe I'm standing up for the average working class Australian when I say that this country is in trouble."
Be sure to watch the full interview below:
When asked what he believes needs to change in order to afford native Australians the freedom to once again embrace their national identities without persecution, Cottrell talked about the problem of immigration.
"Regardless of Muslims or any other type of people coming into this country, what we would like in this country is national pride," Cottrell explains.
"In the same way, a lot of Western countries want national pride to galvanize the minds of the masses, and to protect the people of this country against foreign ideologies, against the sort of shame and guilt complex which is being pumped into the [minds] of our children."
So does Australia need its own version of a Donald Trump to help bring things back on course? Not necessarily. In Cottrell's view, it could start at the grassroots level and grow from there – but it will take a lot of work, including deconstructing the brainwashing that's taking place in government schools throughout Australia.
"I think if we can rebuild or reclaim our traditional identity as Australians, we may not even need a Donald Trump. We might be able to fix the situation ourselves," Cottrell says.
"It needs to begin early in the educational system ... every year, leftist social circles and various [voices] in the mainstream media become more and more vicious in their attacks of our traditional holidays, and who we are as a people. This is not just an attack against our country, but against the spirit of our nationality."
Besides reforming the immigration system in Australia to only allow in people with useful skills who are willing to embrace their newfound Australian identity, Cottrell says that everyday Australians need to stop being ashamed of their national identity and speak out with boldness.
"Most people are too afraid to even be politically engaged," Cottrell says, even though he believes that many of them are actively searching for opportunities to be vocal about what they believe.
In other words, it's time for Australians, like many conservative Americans, to stop living in silence, and to instead learn how to be courageous and persistent in being the ones to set the tone of their own cultural narrative.
Be sure to watch Cottrell's interview in its entirety at Brighteon.com.
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