Trump’s Red Line

Trump’s UN ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, did the unthinkable for those amongst us who lean towards objectivity. She instituted a policy of emotional persuasion rather than rational thought. Exhibit A: Photo of suffering Syrian child. Exhibit B: Mythical evidence of Assad using chemical weapons in 2013. Fifty nine tomahawk missiles later, and we … Continued

Culture Wars in the Era of Trump

Andrew Breitbart once proclaimed that “politics is downstream from culture“. The premise of his quote rests upon the observations of many before him, especially those of Marxist persuasion. Breitbart was conspicuously conservative but this simple axiom was not lost on him. The turbulent identity politics promulgated under Obama’s administration set America alight with race riots. … Continued

An Outlook into 2017

Ceteris Paribus within the current political context is practically a moot concept. The seismic changes in 2016 will continue sending after shocks well into 2017 and beyond. As I have argued in previous articles, the political spectrum is moving increasingly towards the great divide between nationalism and globalism. Whilst this movement has for some decades … Continued

The Shifting Fault Lines Of The Political Divide

The centrist position of Western governments have fostered a relatively stable political and economic reality. Given that every ten or so years capitalist systems are prone to recessions as a matter of recalibrating and self correcting excesses, for the most part growth, living standards and social cohesion have remained steady. In the last three decades … Continued

Debate Night 2

 (image-thefederalist.com) DAMIENS’ DEBRIEF After a somewhat tepid opening encounter less than a month ago, Donald Trump wanted to grab the second debate by the pussy and show how America can be great again. There was no greeting handshake this time around. Rumors circulated early that the Clinton camp were planning a ‘psyche!’ attack, forcing ‘The Don’ to play it … 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

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