The panel talks about the life and time of Henry Lawson in addition to some of his poetry, his politics and his contemporary reception. We fit in the week's events of French snackbars, more edgy NewsCorp cartoons and our very own Rosa Parks moment down under.
The panel does the weekly African gang violence and and thwarted Islamic terrorist attack roundup, reads part of Latham and Faruqi's defamation judgement and entertains the notion of attending the 2018 Festival of Dangerous Ideas
Gustav and special guest D.E from FTN and Rebel Yell talk about Anglo-Imperium, the geopolitics and economics of quarter-acre nationalism and moving the Overton Window.
The panel traverses familiar territory with the threat of the public backlash to media coverage of African culture on the rise, the Lauren Southern - Molyneux tour and awkward jokes by African-American-South African-(redacted) about the beauty of the Aboriginal women which may never perish from the earth.
In yet another masterful display of snatching acute analysis from the jaws of excessive padding the lads traverse a diverse array of topics… like diversity training; the uptick in race complaints in Victoria; student visas as first step to citizenship; how good’s the sports; Trump’s treasonous Helsinki summit; and Clem Ford’s quantitative analysis of QandA.
In this week's NAIDOC special, the panel celebrates this year's theme of 'because of whites, we gibs', as well as some light world-cup commentary, Russia takes in Boer refugees and the ethical use of Croation Shoahs for monetary gain.
Ever bound by the universal laws of podcasting, the longer the show the more s**tposting inside. So come and join us as we discuss Gen Z bullying rings in Balmain; the whine that was heard around the world, Sarah Hanson-Young over David Leyonhjelm’s remarks; Manosphere throwback Lawrence Shannon; Adelaide Uni’s Master of Mansplaining; Maley double whammy; ABC reform and weekly QandA roundup.
The Panel talks to Australian political scientist and academic Dr. Frank Salter about his work on genetics, Australian identity, social cohesion and a way forward.
The panel arduously scales the comedic heights and crawls through the blackpilling troughs that this never ending groundhog-day-clown-world has dished up this week.
Continue Reading …