The Annual Unshackler Awards: 2018 International Media Personality Of The Year Award

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 time to publicly praise the best media personalities as nominated by The Unshackled team. Then you the public get to reduce it down to just one: The “2018 International Media Personality of the Year Award” which will be announced on Australia Day.

And The Nominees Are:

2018 International Media Personality Of The Year

  • Paul Joseph Watson (21%, 29 Votes)
  • Tucker Carlson (20%, 27 Votes)
  • Alex Jones (11%, 15 Votes)
  • Lauren Southern (10%, 14 Votes)
  • Ben Shapiro (10%, 13 Votes)
  • Steven Crowder (7%, 9 Votes)
  • Miranda Divine (7%, 9 Votes)
  • Stefan Molyneux (5%, 7 Votes)
  • Ross Cameron (5%, 7 Votes)
  • Gavin McInnes (4%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 136

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Lauren Southern is a Canadian Alt-Light political activist and internet personality. She has previously ran as a Libertarian Party candidate and has worked for The Rebel Media. In 2017 Southern continued to work independently and published many videos on YouTube. She authored and self-published the book “Barbarians: How Baby Boomers, Immigrants, and Islam Screwed My Generation.” In July 2018 she joined Stefan Molyneux on a speaking tour of Australia, and whilst here spoke at Save South African Farmers rallies. In August 2018 her New Zealand tour booking was blocked as Auckland Council said that she would stir up ethnic and religious tension. Southern also produced a documentary called Farmlands in relation to the genocide of white people in South Africa.

Alex Jones is an American radio show host and is deemed by the elite to be a conspiracy theorist. He is the publisher and director of the website Infowars.com and also operates PrisonPlanet.com. He describes himself as a libertarian and a paleoconservative. He is an advocate for gun rights, opposes vaccines, and believes that white genocide is a reality. He also speaks about false flag attacks, the people behind the new world order, and the climate change agenda. In March 2018, six families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting as well as an FBI agent filed a defamation lawsuit against Jones for his role in spreading ‘conspiracy theories’ about the shooting. On the 6th of August 2018, Facebook, Apple, Youtube, and Spotify removed all content by Alex Jones and Infowars from their platforms for violating their policies.

Miranda Divine is an Australian columnist and writer for News Limited newspapers such as the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Herald Sun, and the Sunday Times. She is known for her conservative stance and describes herself as “a Catholic and a mother.” She has appeared on Mark Latham’s Outsiders program and is a regular on Sky News. She is a men’s rights activist and claimed that “women abusing welfare” were the main cause of domestic violence. She is very outspoken on immigration issues.
Miranda has also been exposing safe schools, gender fluidity and child gender transitions.

Stefan Molyneux is an Irish-born Canadian podcaster and youtuber. He speaks on topics such as anarcho-capitalism, politics, race and intelligence, multiculturalism, anti-feminism, and right-libertarianism. Molyneux theorises that the pursuit of virtue in our personal lives could bring about a stateless society that abhors the initiation of force (NAP). In addition, the free market, polycentric legal systems and private “dispute resolution organizations” (DROs) could be empowered to find new and more peaceful ways of adjudicating common law infractions and contractual disputes. Molyneux is a men’s rights activist and has stated that violence in the world is the result of how women treat their children. In July 2018, Molyneux and Lauren Southern toured Australia. He called Aboriginal culture “very violent” and said that Europeans “were trying to stop infanticide and mass rape”. He also spoke at Save South African Farmers rallies, but like Southern was blocked from touring in New Zealand.

Ben Shapiro is the host of the Ben Shapiro Show which is the signature program on his Daily Wire website, the fasting growing conservative news source in the United States. The show feature Shapiro’s sharp, detailed commentary on the political issues of the day. Initially in the Never Trump camp Shapiro has moved to provide objective, rational analysis of the Trump Administration. Shapiro despite only being 35 has been a conservative commentator for over a decade, written several books and speaks at university campuses across the United States, spawning the many ‘Ben Shapiro Destroys’ viral videos.

Tucker Carlson is an American conservative political commentator and columnist who hosts Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News. In April 2018 he questioned whether Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad was responsible for a chemical attack that occured suggesting it to have been similar to other false flag attacks of the past. In August 2018 Carlson ran a segment that explained how the South African government was targeting white farmers due to anti-white racism. In September 2018 he said the sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh demonstrated “the left’s war on old white men”. He has also said that mass immigration makes the United States “dirtier”, “poorer”, and “more divided”. He recently wrote a book called “Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution”, and has achieved the 2nd highest program ratings on the Fox News network.

Steven Crowder is the host of the internet broadcast show Louder with Crowder on CRTV. His show provides a combination of political commentary and radio hot talk about popular culture, from a conservative political viewpoint. Crowder not only talks the talk but walks the walk; visiting University campuses around the United States with his change mind challenge, where he invites social justice warrior millennials to change his mind on topics such as male privilege being a myth, and that there are only two genders.

Gavin McInnes was one of Rebel Media’s most popular personalities with his satirical takedowns of modern culture and leftist antics. He also hosted the Gavin McInnes Show on Compound Media which included his hilarious interviews with SJW feminist ginger CopperCab. He also founded the men’s fraternal organisation the Proud Boys which aims to defend masculinity and provide security from Antifa at right wing rallies. On 10th August 2018, McInnes’s Twitter account as well as the account for the Proud Boys, was permanently suspended due to their rules against violent extremist groups. On 21st November 2018 news broke that the FBI classified Proud Boys as an extremist group with ties to white nationalists. His lawyers advised him to quit the Proud Boys so that it could alleviate sentencing for the nine members being prosecuted for incidents against Antifa in October. McInnes was planning to travel Australia for a speaking tour with Milo Yiannopoulos and Tommy Robinson but was informed by Australian immigration authorities that he was “judged to be of bad character” and therefore would be denied a visa to enter the country.

Paul Joseph Watson is editor at Large of Alex Jones’ Infowars and was one of the few Infowars personalities to survive the Infowars social media purge. His YouTube channel which has over 1.5 million subscribers features his sarcastic video takes on current political and culture trends, he frequently roasts Hollywood celebrities’ virtue signalling and triggered social justice warriors and feminists. He is known for his catchphrase ‘Imagine my shock’. As a British citizen he recently became politically active joining UKIP as part of the party’s revival under new leader Gerard Batten.

Ross Cameron was a host of Outsiders on Sky News until his sacking in November 2018. During his tenure on Outsiders Cameron spoke bluntly and articulately about the need to save western civilisation, and condemned our leaders not showing the will to survive. Cameron was sacked for referring to Chinese people embracing western culture as “black haired, slanty eyed, yellow skinned Chinese”. Sky News cucked again to the leftist outrage mob and boycott threats on social media. Despite Sky News claiming it is a home for conservatives CEO Paul Whittaker said Cameron’s language had no place in modern society and the offending episode had been deleted from all Sky News media platforms.

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