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 […]

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 […]