An Inconvenient Truth.

When we confine ourselves to the familiar in our lives, when we surround ourselves with likemindedness and tiptoe past those who differ from us, when we do those things, life seems simple. It is nice to be with people who think like you, who hold your values, who validate your life choices. It is comforting. … Continued

Debate One Review

(AFP/SBS) TCD take a look at the first Presidential debate between Trump and Clinton. Varun’s View One of the most fascinating aspects of the current presidential cycle is where exactly the political fault lines lie. Without a doubt there is much polarization. However, both are advocating in some way for bigger government albeit coming from … Continued

ANZ and the Rigmarole of Feminist Absurdity

In the ever increasing and ever so heart strung world of victim hood, the gender pay gap myth continually gets bandied about as some kind of evidence of a global male conspiracy to suppress women at all costs. Let’s take the latest addition to ANZ’s advertising campaigns as an example. ‘What pulls at the heart … Continued

Shock and Awe; The Crumbling Walls of Merkelistan

AP Photo/ Markus Schreiber In March of this year, following a series of significant state electoral wins by German nationalist party; Alternative For Deutschland (AfD), the mainstream press were quick to label the victories a “shock”. At the time of these elections, more than 1.1 million migrants had poured into Europe within a matter of months. … Continued

Life Is Full Of Soros…

…so, is that an indictment on the oppressed and easily fooled animals of the ‘communal’ herd? Or is it fair play in a game of global diplomacy by the technocrats and their political wizardry? ‘All is fair in love and war’. The succubus sits atop casting dream spells upon the sleeping mass. If we pull … Continued

Freedom

What do we have if not the freedom of expression? What liberties do we have left to fight for? To die for? Free speech is the blood running through the very heart of Western civilisation. Yes Western civilization is privileged. With it resides the privilege…to be self critical; to be skeptical; to be divisive; to … Continued

Election Watch; Rumble in the Bumble

Wedged somewhere between the shifting political sands of Europe and the verbosity of the American campaign, the Australian Federal election writhes and struggles for oxygen. In the blue corner, the supposed communicative wizardry of Malcolm Turnbull, hoping to legitimately win the office of Prime Minister for the first time. In the red corner, ‘friend of the cleaner‘ … Continued

Playing the Trump Card

According to many professional political pundits, Donald Trump was never meant to get this far. Almost unanimously, they dubbed him the joke candidate. Now, they are the joke. So much political discourse today centres on playing the identity, rather than the issue. A rich white man with an awkward haircut and trophy wife presents to … Continued