Hong Kong democracy protesters won the popular vote, but globalist darling Greta Thunberg was ultimately crowned Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ for 2019 by the editors at the magazine.
The Russian media regulator ‘Roskomnadzor’ banned two of the world’s biggest porn sites ‘YouPorn’ and ‘PornHub’ in a move designed to motivate porn addicts to “try and meet someone in real life”.
Australia One party leader Riccardo Bosi has come out swinging in a press release today, strongly denouncing “vocally aggressive gender activists”
Prince Andrew has been under relentless media scrutiny as a result of his relationship with paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein – but what is being done about his other accomplices? Is Prince Andrew being used as a scapegoat to redirect attention from the multitude of powerful and influential people who were also associated with Epstein?
Citizen Journalism (CJ) is a term that inspires both sneering derision by media elites who seek to maintain their authority and status on one hand – and romantic ideas of rebels fighting the power in an information guerrilla war on the other. What is CJ? Where does it fit within the media landscape? Should the Mainstream Media (MSM) treat citizen journalism as a threat? Will the proliferation of User Generated Content and accessibility of the internet as a method of information dissemination spell the end for Professional Journalism (PJ) and the traditional/mainstream media?
An alleged Red Flag raid has lead to an Afghanistan veteran’s Instagram account offering behind the scenes insight into a tense situation in New York state. The raid by federal enforcement teams was initially reported to be due to their belief that he was in possession of ‘high capacity magazines’ of 30 rounds. Mass hysteria and disinformation following the event was exacerbated by evasive authorities.
Are Australian taxpayers getting value for money here? On Monday night the ABC’s Q&A program hosted a special Broadside feminist festival panel consisting of all female guests moderated by Fran Kelly. But what did Mona say to put ABC executives in damage control?
Many on the dissent right had taken the black pill this year, believing there was…
There have been 3 developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case in the last month or so. WeAreChange snuck onto Epstein Island, Project Veritas released leaked audio of a USA ABC host lamenting being muzzled on Epstein, and experienced forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden publicly stated his view that the autopsy of “Epstein points to homicide rather than suicide”. Haven’t you heard? Epstein didn’t kill himself. Let’s dive in.
The mainstream media of Australia have launched a press freedom campaign. Of course, they don’t…
A company called ‘GOLD IMPALA PTY LTD’ registered Fraser Anning-related domain names during the federal…
Since the trailer for Joker dropped months ago, the internet has been churning out an overwhelming volume of meme content related to Director Todd Phillips’ 2019 adaptation of the much loved and oft-revised villain/anti-hero. Incels and memers worldwide have embraced the villain/anti-hero as an avatar both ironically and otherwise.
Greta Thunberg isn’t the first teenager roped into delivering an emotive plea cynically designed to emotionally manipulate the international community.
To celebrate 100 Million Subscribers, YouTube superstar Pewdiepie has announced that he will be donating…
While the attention of the masses has been directed towards wildfires in the Amazon, another development has occurred in the Jeffrey Epstein saga. Drone footage taken over Epstein’s Caribbean Island retreat has revealed a man who looks remarkably like Epstein casually chatting with a staff member.
An alleged copy of convicted human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Little Black Book’ stolen by his former butler has been leaked to the internet. The authenticity of the document cannot at this stage be confirmed.
A much debated proposal sign onto an agreement with Ramsay Centre for Western Studies at the University of Queensland has been given the go ahead, UQ News has announced today.
Ongoing protests in Hong Kong have brought tens of thousands of public servants, doctors, nurses and students onto the streets. There have been over 200 arrests by riot police armed with tear gas, shotguns, shields and batons.