The 2019 Annual Unshackler Awards: Results

It has been hectic during the last few months, and our awards season has come to an end! The Australian of the Year Awards were announced today, and the Unshackler Awards will be announced now! We thank all our voters for letting us know which individuals defined last year. From heroes of the Western world to triggered lefties, we have them all right here. Senior Editor of the Unshackled, Damien Ferri, presents the 2019 Unshackler Awards.

Let’s take a look at the achievements of each of the winners in each category and the vote totals below:

2019 Australian Regressive Of The Year

Tom Tanuki

Tom Tanuki wins the 2019 Australian Regressive Of The Year for the first time. Tom believes that yelling in peoples faces when they hold different opinions to him is stunning, brave, and tolerant. He also believes hiding in a liquor store whilst his girlfriend is being assaulted is heroic as he wouldn’t want to display any toxic masculinity after all. Jock Palfreeman came in second place, and Waleed Aly came in third place.

  1. Tom Tanuki (49%)
  2. Jock Palfreeman (32%)
  3. Waleed Aly (6%)
  4. Daniel Andrews (6%)
  5. Gladys Berejiklian (3%)
  6. Kristina Keneally (2%)
  7. Peter Grace (1%)
  8. David Hollis (1%)
  9. Alex Mann (0%)
  10. David Shoebridge (0%)

2019 Australian Patriot Of The Year

Scott Moerland

Scott Moerland wins the 2019 Australian Patriot Of The Year for the first time. Scott was a candidate for the seat of Oxley representing the Fraser Anning Conservative National Party in last years election. He also plays a large role within the Reclaim Australia group and has served his country in the middle east. Blair Cottrell came in second place, and both the Bendigo Faithful and John Bolton tie for third place.

  1. Scott Moerland (18%)
  2. Blair Cottrell (18%)
  3. Bendigo Faithful (9%) & John Bolton (9%)
  4. N/A
  5. Dennis Huts (9%)
  6. Nick Folkes (9%)
  7. Samraat Joshua Grewal (9%)
  8. Ricky Turner (9%)
  9. Neil Erikson (9%)
  10. Christopher Shortis (2%)

2019 Unshackler Of The Year

Donald Trump

Donald Trump (President of the USA) wins the 2019 Unshackler Of The Year. Donald Trump recently became the first president to attend the March For Life rally and continues to show his pro-life credentials. He has taken a protectionist economic stance and has chosen not to engage in political correctness, which has been some of many reasons why so many working class voters have abandoned the left. Fraser Anning came in second place, and Brexit Party’s Nigel Farage came in third place.

  1. Donald Trump (49%)
  2. Fraser Anning (24%)
  3. Nigel Farage (8%)
  4. Pauline Hanson (6%)
  5. Matteo Salvini (4%)
  6. Viktor Orbán (3%)
  7. Jair Bolsonaro (2%)
  8. Rodrigo Duterte (2%)
  9. Sebastian Kurz (1%)
  10. Vladimir Putin (1%)

2019 International Cuck Of The Year

Richard Di Natale

Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale wins the 2019 International Cuck Of The Year for the first time. He has always been consistent when it comes to promoting cultural marxism, LGBT & feminist agendas, and removing freedoms away from farmers. His reluctance in accepting the real cause of the bushfires (arsonists & failure to backburn) and instead parroting U.N. agendas makes him a perfect winner for this award. Justin Trudeau came in second place, and Prince Harry came in third place.

  1. Richard Di Natale (43%)
  2. Justin Trudeau (14%)
  3. Prince Harry (13%)
  4. Bill Shorten (12%)
  5. Will Connolly ‘Egg Boy’ (7%)
  6. David Koch (6%)
  7. Emmanuel Macron (2%)
  8. Charlie Kirk (2%)
  9. Sacha Baron Cohen (1%)
  10. Beto O’Rourke (0%)

2019 Cis-White Male Of The Year

Tony Abbott

Ex Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott wins the 2019 Cis-White Male Of The Year for the first time. Tony has been very busy fighting bushfires since he retired, which is a lot more than current member for Warringah Zali Steggall will ever do for the community. Rather than gluing himself to a road and becoming a public nuisance, he has instead been pro-active when it comes to helping families across the state by saving their homes and providing well needed aid and support. Ricky Gervais came in second place, and Malcolm Roberts came in third place.

  1. Tony Abbott (33%)
  2. Ricky Gervais (18%)
  3. Malcolm Roberts (13%)
  4. Boris Johnson (10%)
  5. Nick Fuentes (8%)
  6. David Leyonhjelm (7%)
  7. Mark Collett (4%)
  8. PewDiePie (3%)
  9. Martin Sellner (3%)
  10. E. Michael Jones (2%)

2019 Triggered Feminist Of The Year

Greta Thunberg

Far-left climate alarmist and U.N. puppet Greta Thunberg wins the 2019 Triggered Feminist Of The Year for the first time. Greta Thunberg is your typical soft brained indoctrinated SJW that doesn’t practice what they preach regarding any principles they claim to have. Not only that but she reads off a script, and is an absolute pawn that is funded by many billionaires so that she can promote their agendas for them to the many middle to upper class yuppies that can’t think for themselves. Greta is great at pushing radical environmentalism and population control in western countries, whilst conveniently ignoring the negative impacts from the 3rd world. Clementine Ford came in second place, and Sarah Hanson-Young came in third place.

  1. Greta Thunberg (23%)
  2. Clementine Ford (20%)
  3. Sarah Hanson-Young (18%)
  4. Sherele Moody (12%)
  5. Jacinda Ardern (10%)
  6. Yumi Stynes (6%)
  7. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (4%)
  8. Vanessa “Van” Badham (3%)
  9. Marcia Langton (3%)
  10. Tracey Spicer (2%)

2019 Culture Warrior Of The Year

Jacinta Price

Jacinta Price wins the 2019 Culture Warrior Of The Year for the first time. She is an Alice Springs Councillor and ran for the CLP in the last federal election. She is someone that doesn’t virtue signal due to her Aboriginal background, and has not taken the predictable expected path of embracing the left, and accepting their lies when it comes to how they victimise minority groups and divide them with the rest of the community. Israel Folau came in second place, and Mark Latham came in third place.

  1. Jacinta Price (40%)
  2. Israel Folau (16%)
  3. Mark Latham (11%)
  4. Kirralie Smith (10%)
  5. Bernard Gaynor (7%)
  6. Margaret Court (4%)
  7. Bill Muehlenberg (4%)
  8. Bettina Arndt (3%)
  9. Daisy Cousens (3%)
  10. Tanya Davies (1%)

2019 Degenerate Of The Year

Jessica Yaniv

Jessica Yaniv wins the 2019 Degenerate Of The Year for the first time. He is a transgendered degenerate who became very frustrated and demanding when a woman refused to wax his balls. Ilhan Omar came in second place, and Jeffrey Epstein came in third place.

  1. Jessica Yaniv (30%)
  2. Ilhan Omar (26%)
  3. Jeffrey Epstein (16%)
  4. Ghislaine Maxwell (6%)
  5. Joe Biden (5%)
  6. Kevin Spacey (5%)
  7. Prince Andrew (5%)
  8. Onision (Gregory Daniel Avaroe) (4%)
  9. Harvey Weinstein (3%)
  10. Katie Hill (1%)

2019 International Media Personality Of The Year

Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson wins the 2019 International Media Personality Of The Year for the first time. He is a regular on Fox News and has been one in particular that has embraced this new populist right wing movement. Paul Joseph Watson came in second place, and Alan Jones came in third place.

  1. Tucker Carlson (27%)
  2. Paul Joseph Watson (24%)
  3. Alan Jones (21%)
  4. Alex Jones (7%)
  5. James O’Keeffe (5%)
  6. Mike Cernovich (4%)
  7. Andy Ngo (3%)
  8. Faith Goldy (3%)
  9. Michelle Malkin (2%)
  10. Ann Coulter (2%)

2019 Fake News Of The Year

ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation

The ABC wins the 2019 Fake News Of The Year for the third year in a row. With biased shows such as Q&A, The Drum, and many more, there is no wonder why so many people are calling for its privatisation. When a public broadcaster cannot be fair and balanced in its reporting, there is no reason why our taxes should be supporting them. The Guardian came in second place, and CNN came in third place.

  1. ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) (56%)
  2. The Guardian (18%)
  3. CNN (16%)
  4. Nine/Fairfax (3%)
  5. The New York Times (2%)
  6. Junkee (2%)
  7. Vice Media (1%)
  8. Mamamia (1%)
  9. The Huffington Post (1%)
  10. SBS (0%)

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