We discuss weaponised schoolchildren, the state of the meme economy, and drag queen teachers.
Peter Scanlon, a philanthropist and investor worth $777 million, certainly has a corporate interest in a Big Australia.
When Siavash arrived in the UK from Iran – it’s not clear how – he and his younger brother, his only companion, claimed to be 15 and 12 years old.
Recently proposed subsidies are desperate attempts to fuel credit growth as anxiety about the state of the economy rises amongst politicians and financiers.
The panel discuss the most oppressed minority; gamers, Victoria’s overton window, and Mexican white supremacists.
The panel discuss Minecraft and Fortnite, Antisemitism and Tony Abbott shilling for China.
Blessed with the fruits of our ancestors, today there exist the echoes of an old identity, waiting to be reborn by a great Australian renaissance.
The panel discuss the big meanies bullying Malcolm Turnbull, the big meanie economy bullying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the big meanie in the White House bullying Jim Accosta.
The attack in Melbourne is yet another testament to the disaster of our government and their policy of multiculturalism.
The panel discuss the opening of the Sydney Opera House in 1973 and the WW1 Battle of Beersheba in 1917.
The panel discuss the absolute state of the Australian court system, country-shopping “refugees”, and pulling out (of Afghanistan).
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