Despite sharing a name, the Yellow Vest movement in Australia has nothing to do with their French counterparts. In fact, they’re nothing more than another party looking to benefit from hate.
The world’s media massed to descend on PewDiePie recently after he used a despicable word in one of his videos, however, the problem is much larger than him.
I live in Portland, the latest city to be brushed by hate. Which got me thinking, those people we supposedly hate, are the same people who give us our identity. So what does it give us?
Malcolm Turnbull has gut the 457 visa system to “put Australians first”. As a nation, we have an awkward history with that particular sentence.
Elise Bottle reckons that if most “real Aussies” got over their bigotry and started saying hi to people, rather than “F*** off we’re full,” we might all learn how to get along.
While supportive of a more language-conscious society, Lachlan R Dale asks, are we wounding our own allies in the fight for social justice?
A crusade being run by Q Society against the building of a mosque in Bendigo has Jordan King Lacroix despairing at how bigoted those running the campaign appear to be.
Using his right to freedom of expression, Gary Condereses questions attacks on Attorney General George Brandis’ recent comments on bigotry.
An innocuous bathroom stall at a university shone some light for Nathan Gardner about the nature of supremacists