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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 […]

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Are The Burqas Really Better At Hungry Jacks?

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Queen Pauline, saviour of Australia, crusading against the assassination of the Mother Country. The fish ‘n’ chip shop Queenpin has re-assembled her forces and diverted her offensive from Asians to Muslims. Not without provocation though. Islam perpetuates a lot of questionable beliefs and, as a result, Muslim immigration comes with a side of danger. Child marriage, […]

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When Equality Meets Reality

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Out of all the problems facing society, the acceptance of transgender people invokes the most public attention. Opinions vary from ‘who cares, live your life’ to ‘transgender people are the catalyst for the moral decay’. Me? I lean more towards the ‘who cares’ side. Life is short and, so long as you’re not raping toddlers or […]

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Remembering The Unabomber

Written by Lee Harvey

1942 – ???? Why are we doing a profile on a terrorist? Well Ted Kaczynski’s story is an interesting one that raises a lot of questions about sanity, intelligence, psychology and the importance of ethics in experiments. Let’s start at the start. Ted Kaczynski was a prodigy, graduating from high school at 15 and going to […]

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Coked Up & Kidnapped In Capetown

Written by Harry Berg

It’s a cold Saturday night in Melbourne’s South East with some sparse rainfall. I am sitting amongst a native garden, listening to Trent Robbins recount his recent experience in South Africa’s Cape Town, one of the most dangerous cities in the world. The breeze whistles through the garden and pushes Trent’s long unkempt hair backwards. His […]

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I Know One Thing; That I Know Nothing

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Could you imagine knowing for certain you have all the answers? Waking everyday in total assurance that your beliefs are the perfect recipe for utopia. Attacking anyone who opposes isn’t merely natural but vital. The world is a complicated place. Being an expert in anything other than masturbating in your parents basement takes years of […]

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In Defense of White People

Written by Chevy Chinburn

The pernicious genetic continuation of white people, in particular white males who have been found guilty of  malevolent intent simply by being born into comfort. Just being pasty and alive implicates you as an oppressor. We could argue about race related crime statistics, or IQ differences between ethnicities, reasons for western wealth, imperialistic robbery and […]

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