They’re two vastly opposing spheres of political thought, but Islamic extremism and the far-right actually need each other to survive, to keep on hating each other. Here’s how.
Dour days be these. Especially because it’s only Wednesday. Alongside the news that an Australian was a victim of the London Bridge attack, one of Trump’s cabinet was flipped off in Wellington. Swings and roundabouts, innit?
Today, the general feeling is that just like Man Haron Monis, we had a terrorist and we let him go. However, the reality of the situation is that the solution is not that simple.
One more week ’til the grave. Yowza. To fill the time we’ve had North Korea giving us a disappointing bang, Mark Latham taking on Anthony Mundine, and a text exchange that escalated quickly.
Merry Christmas to you and yours. For those looking for a dash of reality on the grandest day of all, here’s what happened in the week that was.
Morning all! What happened while you were asleep? Well, we now know the name of the Berlin attacker, One Nation has a brand new confusing candidate, and a security guard caught a ball and we officially lost it.
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well ISIS claimed responsibility for the Berlin attack, NSW Public Transport removed their rubbish festive vid and a things got slimy in Hollyweird.
The two Sydney men charged with planning a terrorist attack could face a lifetime behind bars under the government’s recent legislation.
Having lived in both countries, the reaction to Terrorism in Belgium and Turkey are markedly different.
The week that was: Turnbull’s relationship games, Islamic State strikes again and the millennial AI we sent back to her room.
Soon after the Brussels attacks, the political point scoring began, but in taking that approach, the real lessons are lost.
With the horrors unfolding on Parisian streets, social media is showcasing the better side of humanity, with two important movements #PorteOuverte & Safety Check.