The Annual Unshackler Awards: 2017 Cis-White Male Of The Year Award

It’s that time of year again where we look back and remember last year for what it was.

The annual Unshackler Awards is a series of 10 Awards to be released over coming weeks to remember the good and the bad as we break the chains of control.

Now it’s time to publicly praise the toughest cis-white males nominated by The Unshackled team. Then you the public get to reduce it down to just one: The “2017 Cis-White Male of the Year Award” which will be announced on Australia Day.

And The Nominees Are:

2017 Cis-White Male Of The Year

  • David Duke (28%, 23 Votes)
  • David Leyonhjelm (19%, 16 Votes)
  • Richard Spencer (13%, 11 Votes)
  • Tony Abbott (10%, 8 Votes)
  • Malcolm Roberts (8%, 7 Votes)
  • Mike Pence (6%, 5 Votes)
  • Andrew Hastie (6%, 5 Votes)
  • Mike Enoch (5%, 4 Votes)
  • Christopher Cantwell (4%, 3 Votes)
  • George Christensen (1%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 83

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David Leyonhjelm is one of the loudest voices for freedom in the Australian Parliament is Liberal Democrats Senator Leyonhjelm. He has spearheaded a Senate inquiry into the nanny state and called out the public health lobby’s various ideas to take away our individual rights. He has stood up for free speech advocating for the repeal of 18C which including his mock complaint against being called an ‘angry white male’. He stood up for thousands of shooters in opposing the Alder shot gun ban against a barrage of hysteria from the political and media elites. Not afraid of offending people he has told whiny progressives and feminists to fuck off and not backed down.

Mike Pence is the Governor of Indiana and the Vice President-elect of the United States. Mike Pence has positioned himself as a principled ideologue and supporter of the Tea Party movement, noting he was “a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican, in that order.” He has always been a pro-life and abstinence education advocate, and has opposed the radical agendas put forward by the LGBT community. He was rumoured to support electro-shock therapy for those that were same sex attracted. Although this was proved untrue, he gained a cult following from being labelled as holding such views.

George Christensen is an LNP member for the seat of Dawson. In his early life he had contemplated becoming a priest, but then turned to politics as a means of fighting for his principles. He has a huge following amongst many conservatives and nationalists that see him as someone who tells it how it is. He is critical of Islam, has promoted the re-introduction of the death penalty, has a strong stance on social issues, and shuts down political correctness. He is seen as the ultimate alpha-male, old fashioned, country bloke.

Malcolm Roberts was a former One Nation senator from QLD, that lost his seat due to the parliamentary eligibility crisis regarding dual citizenships. He is a strong voice against the climate change hoax and had schooled physicist Brian Cox on Q&A regarding the issue. Apart from being the leader of the Galileo Movement, he is also an opponent of the United Nations and has spoke out against international banking families that have been trying to gain global control through the introduction of global socialism. He is a supporter of free speech when he spoke on the repeal of section 18C saying “You can call me short, you can call me fat… Whatever you want to call me, the only person who decides whether I’m upset is me”.

Tony Abbott is the member for Warringah and ex Prime Minister of Australia. He achieved many things during his short term as leader but his reign was short lived as he was knifed by current Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. He is known to be one of the key conservative figures within the Liberal Party that are trying to stop the infiltration from the left from within. He was successful at keeping the boats out, and spoke out on issues that resonated with every day Australians. Someone that connected with the people and is still seen as a hero amongst the party base.

Richard Spencer is a famous American nationalist. He coined the term alt-right and had been labelled by many as a white supremicist. He rejects such a term and calls himself an identitarian, which advocates for white identity which he sees eroding especially with the problems regarding immigration. He was a leading figure that gathered much support around Trump’s candidacy. He opposes same sex marriage and pushes for a return to a more traditionalist approach that was once the norm in the United States. He has achieved so much regarding the ideological shift of the right, and continues to be an influence in the community.

Mike Enoch is an American white nationalist, blogger and podcast host for The Daily Shoah. He also founded the media hub called the Right Stuff which describes itself as “a political and cultural blog” covering topics such as nationalism, political correctness and race relations which was founded on a core principle of ethnic nationalism. Enoch originally created the show to be edgy and libertarian but later began speaking out against neo-conservatism and zionism, and was a leading figure in the Nationalist movement.

David Duke is a white nationalist and former republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. Duke has softened his image as of late and has instead affiliated himself with the new alt-right movement. Duke speaks against the Federal Reserve Bank, the U.S. federal government, and the media. Duke supports the preservation of what he considers to be Western culture and traditionalist Christian family values, abolition of the Internal Revenue Service, voluntary racial segregation, anti-communism, and white separatism. His tough guy presence has always made him a favourite to many Nationalists worldwide.

Christopher Cantwell is American libertarian turned white nationalist radio host. He has fought against the censorship of the big social media companies such as Facebook, YouTube and Patreon to bring his live radio show the Radical Agenda to a worldwide audience. His unapologetic savaging of the modern left, the mainstream libertarian movement and the growing degeneracy of western society made his show a popular alt-right program. Following his participation at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville he was imprisoned for 107 days before the charges against him were eventually dropped, however he still managed to continue his radio show from jail.

Andrew Hastie is the Federal Member for Canning in Western Australia and was previously an SAS Commander overseeing Australian Defence operations in Afghanistan. Hastie is a devout Christian whose strong convictions has made him a target of abuse from the left, even being subjected to rape threats. He abstained from the parliamentary vote on same sex marriage as he could not in good conscience vote for it but also didn’t want to vote against his electorate. He has also spoken out against the prevalence of sex change operations being funded by Australian Defence Forces and the deferring of resources and lowering of morale such indulgence brings to our nation’s defence.

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