This Saturday 4th July 2020 is the Eden-Monaro by-election. This federal electorate in the South East of NSW is a historical swing seat so the outcome will have significant political implications. It is also Independence Day over the United States. The Uncuckables panel anchored by Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled and David Hiscox Editor of the XYZ brings you a special NightRide livestream tonight to cover the results as the votes are counted.
On the panel throughout the night is author climate denier Stephen Wells, Matty Rose from Matty’s Modern Life, Glenn O’Rourke National Chairman of the Australian Federation Party who ran a candidate in Eden-Monaro, Ben Shand the Dusty Bogan who put up in Brisbane All Lives Matter banners for the 4th July US Independence Day, Riccardo Bosi the founder of the Australia One Party who ran as a candidate, Dougal Cameron of Carnage House Productions and Damien Ferri Senior Editor of the Unshackled
There is no clear result from the election night count, the AEC has not counted either prepolls or postal votes. Labor’s Kirsty McBain is ahead on the two-party preferred count with the most likely outcome the Labor Opposition retains the seat.
Occurring on the same night was a further coronavirus lockdown in Melbourne’s inner north-west. Nine public housing towers in Flemington and North Melbourne are now in a hard lockdown with no one allowed to leave their flats. The leftie lockdown luvvies all of sudden don’t support Dan Andrews lockdown measures since these flats contain their ultimate victim group migrants.
Being the target of cancel culture is nothing new for the Uncuckables team. But the big social media publishers have given it another crack this week. But how can you cancel the uncancelables? On the never silenced Uncucklabes panel this week is Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of the XYZ, author Stephen Wells and Matty Rose from Matty’s Modern Life.
The XYZ Facebook Page was unpublished this week after mainstream media outrage at a satire article they published which said Waleed Aly praised the eight African teenage girls for assaulting a 16-year-old white girl as standing up to white privilege and supremacy.
Other causalities of the latest round of the big social media publishers’ purges were Katie Hopkins from Twitter, Gavin McInnes and the Iconoclast from YouTube. This has seen a massive surge in new accounts and traffic to free speech social media platform Parlor.
Melbourne’s multicultural suburbs in the North West have become hotspots for coronavirus outbreaks this past two weeks. Chairman Dan Andrews who was praised by the left for his house arrest lockdown has turned Victoria into a national laughing stock and pariah. The Senator Slayer calls in for a bit from a Melbourne pub which capacity limits have remained at 20 due to the renewed local outbreak.
The ABC due to its funding increases being suspended has axed its Life and Comedy divisions and its breakfast ABC Radio news bulletin with 250 jobs to go. But the ABC still has the resources to research news stories about whether the game of chess is racist because the pieces always go first.
In other race news, Nestle will rename their Red Skins and Chicos lollies due to their apparent racially charged names. NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has become the new Jussie Smollet after he claimed a garage door pull rope was a noose.
The Latest Social Media Account Purges – TU
Up to 250 ABC jobs to go, ABC Life brand scrapped, flagship radio news bulletin dumped to tackle $84 million budget cut
The Lockdown Will Never End – XYZ
Family who broke public health restrictions by celebrating the end of Ramadan caused one of Victoria’s biggest COVID-19 clusters – Daily Mail
On this week’s show David Hiscox, Editor of The XYZ takes the hosting duties as Tim Wilms Editor of Chief of The Unshackled takes a step back suffering from illness, also joining via Skype is Australian Meditations.
Parliament was back this week which saw the Morrison Government triumphantly passing their signature tax cuts. Labor’s eventual support for the tax cuts saw a mass leftist triggering on social media. Another highlight from the opening of the new parliament was Liberal MP Tim Wilson taking an oath on Milton Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom.
Antifa violence and terror was in the spotlight again after the bashing of Quillette journalist Andy Ngo who was covering the Patriot Prayer Rally in Portland. Because Antifa bashed a minority and victim group member they have been in damage control all week. David goes through a Vox article which tries to argue the assault on Ngo needs to put into context.
We discuss the push for a Religious Discrimination Act in the wake of the Israel Folau saga, how it could be used to privileged Islam, but might not be all bad if nationalism can be registered as a religion.
We look at other legal matters with Political Posting Mumma Marijke Rancie having to pay $100,000 in damages to a queer activist for comments that were made about her by others on Rancie’s Facebook page.
Neil Erikson has been charged for interrupting Friday Islamic prayers at Federation Square back in March. Blair Cottrell has another court mention before his appeal trial against his convictions for offending Muslims. We suggest that there should be a culture war fighting fund for all these cases.
We comment on former Government Ministers Christopher Pyne and Julie Bishop going straight into lobbying positions after leaving politics, contravening the ministerial codes of conduct. But it shows just what type of politicians they were all along.
A story the media overlooked this week was leftist priest Fr Rod Bower calling Liberal Senator James Paterson a member of the Hitler Youth. It is typical of the left to call their opponents Nazis, calling Paterson a Nazi was particularly absurd given he is the biggest supporter of Israel in the Parliament.
We also investigative some of YouTube’s algorithm manipulation in that they have removed all videos that suggest Michelle Obama is a man and that Joan Rivers stated as such before her death. The Hillary is Evil song has also been removed from YouTube.
Political Posting Mumma forced to pay $100,000 to LGBT activist for comments other people wrote on her Facebook page – Caldron Pool
The assault on conservative journalist Andy Ngo, explained – Vox
It’s Not Your Imagination: The Journalists Writing About Antifa Are Often Their Cheerleaders – Quillette
Coalition orders investigation on whether Pyne and Bishop are breaching ministerial standards – SMH
Australian Meditations Links
On this week’s show it’s The Unshackled and XYZ team in command with Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox, Editor of The XYZ, for the first half Matty Rose of Matty’s Modern Life and later on Steele Archer Editor at Large of The Unshackled and host of the just-launched Debt Nation program.
Matty’s sick so to protect us in the studio from his illness he calls into the show with his just as ill internet. Matty interrupted Tim and Dave watching the Israel Folau interview on Sky News so instead of discussing that Tim and Matty spend the whole first segment trading insults.
The second segment is better discussing real news with the Project Veritas expose on Google using secret recordings that revealed they plan to manipulate algorithms and search results to prevent Trump being re-elected in 2020. It has confirmed what many of us suspected of the tech giant that they are quietly trying to sideline right thinking content.
Once Matty leaves Steele Archer joins and we properly discuss the latest in the Israel Folau saga. There is a lot of cultural issues that it has become intertwined with: freedom of religion, free speech, freedom of association, corporate power, deplaforming and the nature of modern employment.
Other news has been the climate emergency declared by the City of Sydney in the latest act of desperation by climate change activists. CFMEU Victorian Secretary John Sekta was fined $1000 and ordered to attend behavior sessions after sending harassing text messages to his wife. The sickening drag queen storytime phenomena took an even more disturbing turn with one revealed to be a convicted child molester.
In international news, Steele informs us of a development he’s noticed of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s declining health. The globalists have also been disappointed that their war with Iran has not happened yet.
GoFundMe axes Folau campaign: Christianity is becoming illegal – The XYZ
Folau fund raises two million in under two days – TU
Merkel shakes AGAIN (second time in 10 days) during an official ceremony – TU
Matty Rose Links
This week when the government is attacking the mainstream media and YouTube is attacking right-wing media the Uncuckables take their chance with another weekly YouTube livestream with Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of The XYZ and freshly banned from his own YouTube channel Australian Meditations.
We comment that it’s ironic that the mainstream media after being raided are now concerned about a police state after they have advocated for one to crackdown on “far-right extremists”.
We comment on YouTube’s new hardline police against “extremism” and “white supremacy” which also saw Australian patriot Shermon Burgess banned from the platform, after he was banned from Facebook earlier in the week.
We analyze the Darwin mass shooting and how it proves wrong the hypothesis that mass shootings don’t happen in Australia because of gun control of law abiding citizens. The shooter was a recently paroled man who obtained the gun illegally.
We reflect on the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre during which Chinese warships arrived in Sydney Harbour and there was a hack attack on our major institutions. We debate whether democracy arriving in China in 1989 would change the threat posed by the nation today.
We look at the latest political matchup with Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton now having as his opposite Kristina Kerscher Keneally (KKK) who once described boat turnbacks as immoral and is a perennial political loser.
We give our thoughts on Indigenous NRL players choosing to not sing the National Anthem during the State of Origin. Their only demand apparently is changing the words “young and free” to “strong and free” but that’s how it starts.
We provide an update Blair Cottrell’s appeal against his conviction for “intent to incite ridicule or contempt of Muslims” under Victoria’s Racial and Religious Tolerance Act.
We discuss Lauren Southern’s retirement from alternative media and the phenomena of attractive young girls drawn to the alt-lite and alt-right.
We comment on Samraat Joshua Grewal and Joel Jammal’s take over of Fred Nile’s Christian Democratic Party and what this means for Australian conservatism and nationalism.
We finish by looking at Donald Trump’s official state visit to the UK where he hasn’t been afraid to put his views forward on British Politics and the Royal Family. He was in Europe to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the WWII D-Day landing.
After the excitement of Australia’s federal election the online sphere and the culture wars have returned to dominate the news cycle. 4chan was at it again with another troll campaign this time claiming that the #hashtag is actually a Nazi symbol.
We had another murder of a woman in Melbourne with police again blaming all men, in the same week a group of African teenagers went on a violent crime spree in Melbourne but all Africans were not blamed.
We look at the ABC interview married to the alt-right with the subjects Justin and Lisa try to tell the interviewer what she wanted to hear and in the process spread misinformation and lies about the alt-right.
We analyze a leaked UK Army internal flyer which asks its members to look out for others exhibiting extreme right wing views, and ask how can a nation defend itself if it concerned about army personnel using the terms patriots and traitors?
The finish by returning to Australian politics with the new Morrison Ministry and Labor leadership team being announced with diversity being the most important selector rather than merit.
Australia’s federal election delivered a conservative resurgence with Scott Morrison delivering the Coalition an against the odds victory. Digesting the aftermath on this week’s Uncuckables is Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of the Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of The XYZ and for his debut appearance on show Adam Piggott author of Pushing Rubber Downhill and contributor to XYZ.
After the most dramatic, bizarre and unpredictable election campaign in Australian political history election night is finally here, and it is bound to be epic. Join the Uncuckables
Before The Uncuckables election night livestream tonight Steele Archer Editor at Large of The Unshackled, David Hiscox Editor of XYZ, and James Fox Higgins of The Rational Rise have a chat with Senator Fraser Anning of the Conservative Nationals who is out campaigning on Election Day for his candidates in Toowoomba, Queensland.
Brisbane Bureau Chief Martin Hartwig was on the ground with Senator Anning on election morning campaigning with Darren Christiansen in Maranoa and also had a short chat with him.
This week hell, if it exists and who goes there became an election issue. The show had a hellish start with a technical glitch but we went on with special Uncuckable guest Neil Erikson discussing with the Rational Rise’s James Fox Higgins Neil’s recent confrontation at a gay church in Melbourne with Tim Wilms attempting to moderate. Coming in after as always is David Hiscox Editor of XYZ.
After James and Neil discuss the merits of the church confrontation we stay on the theme of Christianity with Bill Shorten demanding to know if Scott Morrison believes gays go to hell, Shorten also doubted if hell exists which might be better for him as alleged rapists might go to hell.
Once James signs off for the night Neil rejoins Tim and David and we discuss the thought police and censorship threats containing in post-Christchurch New Zealand. We express our disgust at drag storytime for kids in Melbourne for IDAHOBIT Day. We comment on Ben Shapiro destroying himself on the BBC, and pro-life victories in the United States with the movie Unplanned changing many minds.
We finish with Neil providing a summary of his trial and verdict stemming from charges from his clash with the left outside the Milo Yiannopoulos speaking event in Melbourne in December 2017. Neil will not appeal his 120 hour community corrections order but still maintains the charges stemmed from selective policing. Neil also explains his social media disappearing after his allegations against the Liberal Party.
Neil Erikson Links
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