In the second week of the campaign, The Minister for Noise demonstrates the alchemy of empathy, noise and silence by squeezing the oxygen out of his body during his interview with the Federal Minister for Empathy.
This is the latest in a series of videos in the lead-up to the Federal Election 2019 conducted by the recently appointed Federal Minister for Empathy,* David Pledger (pictured below).
Speaking with government ministers, Mr Pledger will tease out what makes the government tick by seeking to understand the role that empathy plays in the development of their political sensibilities.
The Minister for Empathy will be appearing at the Ian Potter Museum of Art in Melbourne at 6pm on Saturday, May 4 to talk with voters about how we might vote with, and for, empathy.
*The Federal Ministry for Empathy has responsibility for ensuring a nationally consistent approach to empathy, compassion and kindness and these interviews calmly interrogate that consistency in our highest office.