Side-splitting comedy from the Liberal Party.
Two frat boys from Sigma Alpha Epsilon took time out from the beer bongs and cocaine of the local kegger to front the Liberal cult and lead them in a pretty wild collective hallucination.
“There’s no merit. There’s no substance. There’s just corruption, cronyism and a contemptible sense of entitlement all the way down.”
At least they’ll still be able to negatively gear their fourth fire ravaged investment property if the Liberals are governing the barren wasteland.
I love all of creation, but for a white-supremacist child-torturing climate criminal, I’ll make an exception.
The “It’s OK to be white” campaign, organised by neo-nazis on the imageboard 4chan and designed to create a “massive media shitstorm”, has been excreted into the Australian Parliament by Pauline Hanson and created a “massive media shitstorm”.
Shame on him, whoever he is.
As a result, the former PM has cancelled plans for a Ramsay Centre deal with Sydney University, realising the Paris commune, suffragettes, Spanish anarchists, US civil rights movement, and critical theory are also important parts of the Western inheritance.
Yesterday, we brought you a list of 123 things the Liberal Government did to ‘tackle’ climate change. The list, compiled by Liam McLoughlin, was sparked by a ReachTel poll commissioned by Greenpeace Australia which found that for the voters of Wentworth – former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s old seat – tackling climate change was their number one priority. The second priority for voters was immigration. As Wentworth voters head to the polls today, here’s a list (which reads like an International Criminal Court charge sheet) of what the Liberal Government has done to asylum seekers over the past five years, and in many cases is still doing.
A recent ReachTel poll commissioned by Greenpeace Australia found that for the voters of Wentworth – former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s old seat – tackling climate change was their number one priority. With the Wentworth by-election to be staged on Saturday, Liam McLoughlin thought it timely to help the good voters of the eastern suburbs focus their minds on the Liberal Party’s action on climate change over the last five years. It’s a long list… actually, it’s a long Shitlist.
Mess with berries and you’re locked up for over a decade. Mess with the minds of refugee children and you’re a daggy dad with a half-million-dollar salary.
This nation is stained with blood, soaked with white supremacy, and shameless with its boastful brand of discrimination. Aboriginal leaders and refugees light the path to justice and healing, we just need the courage to follow them, writes Liam McLoughlin.
They both start with the letter ‘L’ and they both end with ‘party’. But they’re the only ones celebrating, writes Liam McLoughlin.
Reading the words of Aboriginal and Liberal leaders side by side,it's hard to deny that white supremacy is at the very core of Australian government.
Race relations have long been used as a powerful tool to divide, and to distract, writes Liam McLoughlin.
Well may we grieve, but Trump's victory could motivate progressives to build a global left coalition combining a radical systemic critique with a unifying vision for social and environmental justice.
For decades, the left has largely lacked a unifying progressive vision. Now Canada has the Leap manifesto, the establishment is losing its mind. Liam McLoughlin interviewed Leap activist Bianca Mugyenyi to find out more.
Powerful theatre which gives a truer account of our past than much of Australian history.
Spectacular entertainment for lovers of the Disney film.
A beautiful brew of intelligent writing, stimulating critique, and compelling crime drama.
Glorious entertainment which honours international struggles for justice.
Entertaining and playful with moments of exquisite beauty, Three Acts captures the spirit of This American Life.
Powerful performances portray the immense human costs of capitalism.
A fascinating depiction of how human beings try to absolve themselves of wicked deeds.
A diverse, thoughtful and amusing take on freedom under late capitalism.
The Great Fire could use more heat and light.