Is Jacinda Ardern The New Kim Jong?

Written by Al S. Drozd

She isn’t even Prime Minster yet but New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern has already threatened Australia, warning that if rights allowing New Zealander’s cheap access to Australian education are revoked, New Zealand will enact similar policies affecting Australians abroad in Middle Earth. Now, I hate Internet slang but the only possible reaction to that is: LOL. I’m […]

Good Luck Jacinda

Written by Lee Harvey

Women politicians often evoke a sense of uniqueness, of being something different to the status quo of cocks, corruption and cash. But the truth is there are plenty of women in politics, and most just happen to be as corrupt as their male counterparts. Maybe it is this indistinctness that results in so many being […]

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, […]

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 […]

Crooked Clinton The Crybaby

Written by Al S. Drozd

Almost a year after her loss to a man who was only in politics as a hobby, life-long politician Hillary Clinton is still crying about the defeat. Her tantrum has gone on for so long now that I don’t know whether to pity her or to envy her resolve. After her interview on last night’s […]

Remembering Henry Darger

Written by Lee Harvey

1892 – 1973 In contrast to our profile on highly successful author Michael Crichton where we wrote “Even if you don’t know who Michael Crichton is (or was), chances are you know his work”, even if you do know who Henry Darger is (or was), chances are you don’t know his work. Few people do. And […]

Democracy On Life Support?

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Freedom, tolerance, the pursuit of happiness (whatever that looks like) and the right to define your own life are all Western democratic ideals. But with more Westerners choosing holidays over children and more Muslims choosing SUVs over birth control, the possibility of an ethnically shifting society may go unnoticed until our Grandchildren refuse to cook […]

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 […]

Triple J, Urthboy & Flat Earthers

Written by Al S. Drozd

Last night I made the mistake of driving someone else’s car with no aux cord or bluetooth capability which meant listening to the radio – to Triple J of all stations, the owner’s preset. If you’re not Australian and have no idea what Triple J is, be thankful, and imagine the douchiest, most hipster, progressive […]