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Glorious Julie Bishop Should Come Out Of The Closet

Written by Al S. Drozd

Given her rank within the Liberal party, Julie Bishop’s marriage equality endorsement in 2015 was surprising to say the least. Yet when you look past her sham marriage and discover that Julie Bishop is actually a lesbian, that stance is more than understandable. Who is Australia’s Foreign Minister really dating? Chinese mining billionaire Sally Zou. Miss […]

Remembering Syd Barret

Written by Lee Harvey

1946 – 2006 Roger Waters and David Gilmour are two of the most talented musicians of all time and each has a valid point in their argument about who is more responsible for Pink Floyd’s success. But there is another person, largely unknown, who just might beat them both of them. While Roger ‘Syd’ Barret […]

How Do Refugees Keep Taking Our Senatorial Jobs?

Written by Al S. Drozd

Malcolm Turnbull’s harsh stance on immigration, national security and refugees is strange when you consider the number of refugees in his Senate. With another day gone by, another Senator has been ousted to due an ineligibility over their citizenship. This time it was Tasmanian Independent Jacqui Lambie who felt the boot of the Constitution as it […]

Australia’s Five Former Senators Are Frauds

Written by Al S. Drozd

In a previous Relentless article, Harry Berg asked: Why are politicians exempt from the laws that bind average people? This question is particularly pernient to Australia’s senator citizenship debacle, what both parties are now calling a crisis. So far, the High Court has removed 5 politicians (including the deputy Prime Minister) from the Senate in light […]

Week Off

Melbourne Cup, the race that stops the nation and, more importantly, the second Victorian public holiday for a sporting event in less than two months. This year though, the race stopped more than Australia and the lives of a few horses. This year, it stopped Relentless. But we are back now and regular updates will […]

Kevin Spacey Tried To Bum My Son!

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Kevin Spacey recently declared that from now on he will “choose to live as a gay man”. What’s next? Donald Trump coming out as an arsehole? If anyone embodies sexual ambiguity, it’s Mr Spacey. No one should be surprised that he tried to bum a fourteen year old boy. Nevertheless, Spacey is a prodigious talent. It is […]

Remembering Rasputin

Written by Lee Harvey

1869 – 1916 Even now, over a hundred years after his murder, Grigori Rasputin is an enigma. Born a peasant in Siberia, he embeded himself with Nicholas II, the last Tsar, and became one of the most powerful people in Imperial Russia. Despite holding no position within the church, Rasputin captivated St Petersburg high society […]

The Ice Epidemic In Australian Politics

Written by Al S. Drozd

Only a fortnight ago, I wrote that if you were to judge Australian politicians by their actions they appear to be a bunch of wasted jocks with no understanding of the word politics, let alone the profession. But I am here today to write that I was wrong and I am sorry. Judging from NSW’s Premier Gladys […]

Russia’s Winter Soldiers

Written by Vince Mourning

Vladimir Putin recently warned of superhuman soldiers that could be more destructive than nuclear bombs, a concept straight out of a comic book. These soldiers will be created by scientists possessing the ability to break a human’s genetic code and design a person with specific characteristics. At least that’s what Putin says, but who really […]

Does Cultural Appropriation Actually Exist?

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Do you enjoy eating Mexican food? Like cooking Latin cuisine? Or traveling Central America in search for authentic recipes? Great! So long as you’re not white! This is what millennial social justice warrior lynch mobs assert anyway. To them, cultural appropriation is on par with a gas chamber. But I laugh at those imbeciles denouncing […]