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Israel Folau and the rules of prejudice

Folau should be sanctioned for his words but we should also be addressing the pervasive culture of ...  
Seeing through the great religious divide

In the wake of the Sri Lankan Easter attacks, we could reflect on the innocence of children to see ...  
Partner visas: Another Dutton scandal

Peter Dutton has cut down on the number of partner visas available and created a backlog of 80,000 ...  
Terrorism has no religion: The true meaning of Islam

It's important to understand the true meaning of Islam and recognise the radical extremists who ...  
Lest We Forget Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Two years ago Yassmin Abdel-Magied got herself into trouble for saying ‘Lest. We. Forget. ...  
The women changing Australia are mainly in Queensland

The six top leadership positions in Queensland are all held by women but the mainstream media has ...  
Wren's week: Labor policy, Captain GetUp and Twitter discrimination

This week, John Wren looks at Bill Shorten's policies leading up to the election as well as a new ...  
Dutton's 'adviser' Ray Hadley and the case of the on-again-off-again visa

Investigations editor Ross Jones reports on the visa saga of one small-time offender and why Ray ...  
The media still thinks I run the United Patriots Front

The mainstream media's lack of critical thinking when covering the topic, has helped the growth ...  
Giving One Nation its racist platform

It’s difficult to see how there was ever any good reason for the mainstream media to give ...  
The NRA: Fear, hatred, and how to sell guns

The NRA has been keeping people living in fear through the media in order to keep selling guns and ...  
Extremist political parties are a danger we can end

The dangers presented by political parties stirring anti-Islamic sentiment can be prevented when ...  
White supremacist terror: The new Australian export

Bilal Cleland examines the role played by the media in the Islamic immigration discussion and the ...  
Racism and multicultural Australia: The significance of Eggboy

The good news is, in multicultural Australia, the Fraser Annings are on the wane and the Will ...  
Morrison changes tack on 'toxic tribalism' but stays on message

In the wake of the Christchurch massacre, Morrison has called for an end to “toxic tribalism ...  
Wren's week: Tragedy, prejudice and white supremacism

This week, John Wren grapples with the pure senselessness of the Christchurch tragedy, imploring ...  
EDITORIAL: Eggboy versus Anning

That a young boy cracked an egg at an obnoxious racist politician might be seen as amusing, but it ...  
After Christchurch: Business as usual in racist Australia

The Coalition Government and media organisations are tacitly allowing the status quo of racism and ...  
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