Remembering Michael Crichton

Written by Lee Harvey

1942 – 2008 Even if you don’t know who Michael Crichton is (or was), chances are you know his work. Hollywood adapted his novels into some of the biggest movies of their time: The Andromeda Strain (1971), The Terminal Man (1974), The Great Train Robbery (1978), Jurassic Park (1993) and, to only name a few, […]

We Need A Gaddafi Not A Turnbull!

Written by Al S. Drozd

Unless this is your first visit to Relentless, you probably know how we feel about modern day Communists, the filthy swine. But that doesn’t exactly mean we love Capitalism. That is a common misunderstanding, translatable to the problem of red lights. Some people think that without red lights or capitalism, the world would be doomed […]

Does Fascism Still Exist?

Written by Al S. Drozd

With yet another protest in Melbourne this past weekend, one dominated by hate groups and their anti-fascist opponents, I had to ask myself: Does Fascism Still Exist? Or is it just the go-to trump insult used by the radical left to dismiss any opposition? Hate groups like those seen in Charlottesville, and Melbourne to a […]

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 […]

A Note About Our Future

Our second month has been an unstable one. Scarce and infrequent updates, no promotion and little content. This was never our plan and is the result of extreme circumstances in the whole team’s lives. While everyone at Relentless is far from professional, we do still strive to be as professional as possible and just wanted […]

Cut The Energy Crisis Crap

Written by Rick O'Shea

One early Saturday afternoon at my local fish and chip shop I ordered a hamburger for lunch. To pass the time whilst it was being cooked, I strolled in the sun along the shopping strip. Pausing at my old watering hole, the local pub, half tempted to go in for a frosty, I was suddenly […]

Escaping to Misery

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Peaceful minds are as rare as an intelligent celebrity. Self-importance is on the rise and our emotions seem to be getting the better of us. The number one trait for a content life is emotional intelligence. Emotion has the word motion in it for a reason, feelings flow like traffic. As you hit agitating red […]

I Love Margaret Court

Written by Chevy Chinburn

Margaret Court should be stabbed to death. I don’t care that she has donated vast sums of money to charity or lived a non-violent benevolent life. The witch needs to be hunted down, stripped and then publicly lynched. End her heretic bloodline. Tennis achievements mean nothing when you don’t endorse anal sex. The psychoneurotic response […]