This week, Joel Fitzgibbon, resigned from the shadow cabinet over what was reported to be climate change policy.  I heard his speech and I heard what he was saying, and this is not about climate policy.  Mr Fitzgibbon was saying that Labor is not what it use to be, Labor doesn’t believe what it use…

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In a never ending race to destroy the evidence that it once had journalistic integrity, the New York Times today came out against the secular state. Vincent Geisser, a “political scientist”, informs us that Muslims are slaughtering the French, because the French have taken the concept of laïcité (state secularism) too far.  Apparently, Muslims “feel…

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Karen is the stigma, not of the woman, or even the white woman but the wrong voting white woman. Burdening the term “karen” with distasteful connotations, makes her not just the person nobody wants to be, but a target of legitimate harassment and violence.

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I have been reading Ruby Hamad’s theories that white women are complicit it in colonisation[i].  It didn’t bother me at first because what is colonisation but living in a colony and making a life and sure, white women did that. The title of the article was “White women were colonisers too. To move forward, we…

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If we can’t agree on the language we use in a debate, it becomes what my Chinese bookkeeper use to call a “chicken and duck conversation”. We are currently having a “chicken and duck conversation” about race in our society.  We think we are talking about race, but the mainstreaming of a radical form of…

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This week, western women march for the right to be unashamed sluts, grossly overweight, ugly and rude.  For the right to murder their unborn, to forego responsibility of their sexual behaviour and abandon their reproductive processes to the state. Meanwhile, Islamists, communists and atheist dictators grab their popcorn and quietly wait for the destruction of…

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In the great gender debate, it is probably unquestionable that women are better communicators, more compassionate and are generally more empathetic. The very existence of Oprah and her massive success and wealth testifies to this.  She is a woman that has built an empire on listening to people, really hearing their story. By doing so…

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Hi, My name is Edie. That’s pronounce ee-dee. Short for Edith (my grandmothers name). My mother made the unusual decision to put the shortened version on my birth certificate.  Hence, I am called Eddie by pretty much everyone who reads my name. But women in my family don’t generally follow the script. I am starting…

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