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May 27 in history

893  Simeon I of Bulgaria crowned emperor of the first Bulgarian empire.

927 Battle of the Bosnian Highlands: Croatian army, led by King Tomislav, defeated the Bulgarian Army. 858 more words


Pauline Hanson

Pauline Hanson is Australia’s most prolific far right politician. Pauline, who used to run a good 50s styled Aussie fish and chips shop in the almost exclusively white Queensland town Ipswitch, thought it was a good idea to enter into politics. 226 more words

Prominent Figures

New Vaccine Could Wipe Out Anti-Vaxers

The CSIRO says it has developed a new vaccine which destroys the bacteria responsible for otherwise sentient beings becoming incapable of reason. The scientific breakthrough will have the potential to eradicate numerous palpable threats to humankind, notable among them the so called “anti-vax” community. 491 more words


Pauline Hanson Officially Halal Certified

Former Dancing With The Stars contestant, fish and chip shop owner and member of parliament, Pauline Hanson, has today been officially Halal certified, a move which has outraged Hanson and mightily confused her legions of followers. 173 more words

The UnAustralian

Reclaim Australia rallies: protesters clash in Melbourne and Sydney

Former One Nation leader Pauline Hanson tells crowd “Criticism is not racism”, as nationwide protests and counter-protests trigger scuffles and police intervention. 202 more words


Please explain…

Before every election, the party faithful blow the dust off their candidate’s placards, before cable tying them to telegraph poles and lodging them in their front yards.  538 more words


Electoral Commission so dodgy there can never be an honest election result

Letter to Sydney Morning Herald Editor

Some serious maladies in our voting systems are shown by your story “AFP finds no one to charge despite many cases of voting fraud” (26 Feb). 266 more words