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.
The Uncuckables’ regular Thursday night live show was an ANZAC Day special featuring David Hiscox, Editor of XYZ, Matty Rose of Matty’s Modern Life and Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled.
Tim and David attended the Melbourne Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance, while Matty slept in so we supplied him with a pillow. We agree that ANZAC Day is the last remaining day of national pride that the left hasn’t managed to diminish. However we do name Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews as cuck of the week as during his address to the dawn service said that the Aboriginals still owned Australia.
Matty plays a special leaked episode of Potatriots he got a hold of which shows Peter Grace reacting to watching The Uncuckables.
We look at Bill Shorten’s lies unravelling, getting his manboobs in knot. He claimed he was never against the Adani coal mine and told a worker he would cut his taxes when his policy is to increase them. We debate whether the Liberal Party is fighting back with their own lie about Bill Shorten introducing death taxes, we also assess the recent pop culture means put out by the Liberals.
With the candidates for the federal election declared we assess the minor party field. We discuss the merits of some in the alt-right believing that Anning is not hardcore enough based on his candidate selection. We warn of the danger that the return of Clive Palmer poses and how it is furthering fracturing the right-wing vote in Australia.
We finish with an update on Sri Lankan Islamic terrorist attack against Christians and how the left can’t bring themselves to say that it was an attack on Christianity.
The Uncuckables return for an Easter Thursday night show with David Hiscox, Editor of XYZ, Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled and James Fox Higgins of The Rational Rise.
We begin by discussing Alex Mannlet of the ABC’s latest attempted investigation into Australia’s far-right, which focuses on Fraser Anning’s staffers attempts to spread “alt-right” propaganda to get him re-elected. We highlight there is nothing new or scandalous in this article and it relies on information already published by Slackbastard and the White Rose Society.
We touch on the “accidental” Notre Dame fire in Paris and how it is symbolic of France and wider Europe’s decline due to mass migration and cultural relativism.
We provide an Australian politics update where the NSW Upper House result was determined with nationalist parties One Nation and Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party triumphing over mainstream conservative and libertarian parties. We look at Bill Shorten’s horror week which occurred due to journalists actually asking tough questions of him.
We provide an update on ongoing stories including Israel Folau’s sacking from Rugby Australia, Julian Assange’s arrest and pending extradition to the United States and Avi Yemini’s deportation from the United States on a visa waiver application technicality.
The Uncuckables is back for another Thursday night with David Hiscox, Editor of XYZ, Matty Rose from Matty’s Modern Life and XYZ, Tim Wilms Editor in Chief of The Unshackled and a little later in show Steele Archer Editor at Large for The Unshackled makes his debut.
On the no off-limits agenda this show is deconstructing the attempted vegan takeover of Australia this week and how the bad optics and poor arguments actually encouraged people to eat more meet.
Matty shares a video he made of Tim’s apparent white nationalist revelations. We look at how the rainbow flag has been co-opted by the alt right. We analyze the punishment of EggBoy with a caution how it fits a pattern of left wing violence.
We look at the latest fake hate crime in the form of a dark skinned baby doll with a noose around its neck being left at an Aboriginal Centre. There has also been another attempted smear of Senator Fraser Anning accusing him of avoiding military service in Vietnam.
We look at Scott Morrison calling the 2019 federal election and the conduct of activist groups, the main one being the Soros funded progressive group GetUp and the effectiveness of new conservative activist group Advance Australia new mascot Captain GetUp.
We also have enough time left over to cover the late breaking news that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested in London at the Ecuadoran Embassy and will be extradited to the US to face hacking charges. How his case is handled will be the biggest test of Trump’s Presidency.
The other breaking story was rugby player Israel Folau being sacked by Rugby Australia for another social media post where he expressed his Christian belief that homosexuals and various other sinners were destined for hell.
David finishes the show by discussing how AI and committees that are exploring it are racist.
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On the no off-limits agenda this show is reviewing the 2019 Federal Budget, the Senate censuring Fraser Anning and his party being registered, the ABC’s anti-white dump, YouTube’s new way of restricting but not banning right-wing channels and Islam continues its clash with the LGBT West.
Federal Budget 2019 Winners and Losers – ABC
Penny Wong Labels Hate Speech Harmful to Democracy – The Unshackled
Penny Wong wouldn’t know an Aussie value if it bit her on the bum – XYZ
Registered- Fraser Anning’s Party Registered By AEC – The Unshackled
PooGate: Defecating on the face of a white woman complies with ABC editorial policy – XYZ
Islam Continues Its Clash with the LGBT West – The Unshackled
Thank God that Saudi THOT didn’t make it to Australia – XYZ
Qantas expels Fraser Anning from exclusive Chairman’s Lounge club – news.com.au
Qantas Partner Airlines