It’s that time again where we look back and remember the year that was.
The annual Unshackler Awards is a series of 10 Awards to be released over the next coming weeks to remember the good and the bad as we break the chains of control.
Now it’s our time to publicly shame the worst 10 offenders as nominated by The Unshackled team. Then you the public get to reduce it down to just one: The “2017 Australian Regressive of the Year Award” which will be announced on Australia Day.
And The Nominees Are:
Christopher Pyne is the Minister for Defence Industry within the Coalition led Federal Government. He has been the member for Sturt since 1993 and has held a variety of ministries in that time. Christopher Pyne has always been suspected of being a closet homosexual, and was one of the leading supporters of the YES to SSM campaign. He was then caught liking a gay porn video on Twitter which only elevated the many rumours of his sexuality, and was also recorded bragging that under Turnbull the Liberal Party had shifted to the left by having key figures such as George Brandis, Marise Payne, Simon Birmingham and himself in big positions within the party. Pyne played an instrumental part in the backstabbing of Tony Abbott as PM, and is loathed by conservatives for destroying the principles that once defined the Liberals and by pandering to the SJW left.
Daniel Andrews is the Premier of the Socialist Republic of Victoria. During the year he has constantly and passionately supported Safe Schools despite all the public concern, he has also been a strong supporter of the Safe Schools founder and known Marxist Roz Ward. Andrews has also supported another indoctrination program into Victorian Schools called the Respectful Relationship Program which teaches all about Male Privilege and that masculinity leads to domestic violence. He has also jumped on the Greens bandwagon by setting unrealistic renewable energy targets and closing the Hazelwood power plant. Under his government Victorians have seen the emergence of the Sudanese Apex gang terrorising Melbournians, but instead of taking a tough approach on this criminal activity he has instead thrown over $2 million into feel good community harmony programs. Andrews is also one politician who is happy to support identity politics by trying to pass a law allowing Victorians to choose their sex on birth certificates. Daniel Andrews came 3rd in the 2016 Australian Regressive of the Year Award.
Mohammed Elmouhey is the head of the Halal Certification Authority. He suggested that Australian women need Muslim men to fertilise them in order to “keep them surrounded by Muslim babies”, and declaring that the “white race will be extinct” in 40 years. He also said that one day “everything in Australia will be Halal certified”, and that “bigots and pigs will be declared Haram.” Cory Bernardi wanted him deported from the country, whereas extremist far-left group Antifa defended him by calling critics “racist.”
The Fahour Brothers – Ahmed Fahour was the CEO of Australia Post that received condemnation due to his 5.6 million dollar per year salary. After Prime Minister Turnbull intervened, Ahmed resigned from the post. Ali Fahour was the diversity manager of the AFL. He pleaded guilty to causing injury after hitting a player during a suburban game, and as a result is no longer with the AFL.
Sam Dastyari AKA Shanghai Sam, is a NSW Senator & endangered species according to the ALP. He is known for his close ties to Communist China, that in the past gave him a nice $44,000 settlement agreement. Recently his past dealings have returned to haunt him, as not only was he supporting China’s claim of ownership of the South China Sea, but also told his donor that they should speak outside without their phones as they were likely tapped by intelligence agencies. Apart from committing treason, he is also well known for his confrontations with Pauline Hanson regarding the HALAL tax, and issues relating to Islam.
Tim Soutphommasane is the Race Discrimination Commissioner. He has been behind a campaign calling for racial and cultural diversity targets in corporations. He has ties to the Labor party and is an opponent of free speech. He said that any changes to 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act would send a dangerous signal that racially offensive and insulting conduct is acceptable. He has also suggested that the high NO vote for SSM in Western Sydney is due to religious observance rather than ethnicity. The statistics however prove his ignorant.
Yassmin Abdel Magied is a radio and television presenter of Sudanese origin. She is well known from her outspoken views on Sharia Law which are in conflict with the values of the majority of Australians. On Q&A earlier this year she was confronted by Senator Jackie Lambie when she claimed that Islam was the most feminist religion. She also sparked controversy when she posted “LEST WE FORGET” on her facebook page and related it to refugees rather than the ANZACS. After receiving ongoing condemnation from the Australian people she escaped to London where she intends to continue to troll her way to the top via her SJW identitarian attitudes.
Sally McManus is the Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions. She is known for her books on Sexual Orientation and her ongoing activism for extreme left wing social causes. She is a feminist, a lesbian, and possibly a future Labor politician considering all of the high positions that she has received within the Union Movement.
Osman Faruqi is the owner of the pop culture website Junkee, in which he writes many political articles. Recently Faruqi has launched defamation proceedings against Mark Latham for claiming that he promotes “anti white racism and encourages terrorism.” If that wasn’t bad enough, he has also been a former Greens staffer and candidate. An SJW at heart and someone that will always promote left wing bias in his articles.
Waleed Aly is a Muslim writer and TV presenter. It seems a day does not go by where Waleed is criticising the majority of Australians, in his eyes it seems we are a backward bigoted racist nation. One perfect example is when Waleed took to the New York Times newspaper to accuse our refugee policy of being “brutality repackaged as compassion”. He is also someone that tries to push a progressive agenda within the Islamic community, and is a poster boy for your everyday SJW identitarian issues. Waleed Aly was the winner of this award in 2016 and is defending it amongst a fresh list of nominees.