The taxpayer-funded Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), the Australian equivalent of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), has a TV program called Q&A in which the studio audience or viewers submit questions to a panel of half a dozen MPs, commentators or other public figures.

In my view, the ABC achieves "balance" by positioning its editorial policy between the extreme right wing, pro-war, pro-coal, pro-Zionist  Liberal-National Party Coalition and the extreme right wing, pro-war, pro-coal, pro-Zionist Labor Party (collectively known as the Lib-Labs). The Libs are currently in Opposition and the Labs are in Government Federally.

Having submitted many important questions to Q&A without any being asked I thought it would be instructive for decent folk all around the World to see what questions Q&A won't ask.