We will decide who has a go in this country and the circumstances in which they get a go

The following is a speech delivered outside the office of federal Senator for NSW Concetta Fierravanti-Wells at the Wollongong climate rally on 29 November 2019.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

The police crackdown on peaceful protesters at the rally outside the IMARC conference in Melbourne last week was completely disproportionate to the disruption they caused, with the overwhelming majority of the violence being instigated by the police. This was a very different episode because we felt the need to get stuck in on what is happening to democracy and civil rights in this country.

The Corruption Scandal Taylor-made for #AusPol

This week we saw Angus Taylor embroiled in yet another corruption scandal, and yet the government is as committed to ignoring it as the media appears to be. There's no chance Taylor will be made to face consequences for his actions, and this is why it is so important to support independent candidates seeking to unseat these foetid slugs in Canberra.

There Are Literally No Jobs

Welfare and social security in Australia have been driven into the ground by successive Liberal and Labor governments. This bipartisan approach to punishing Australians for losing a job has created a system of entrenched poverty and desperate people are now at their wits end.

Iran (So Far Away)

G'day voters, and welcome to the show notes for the eleventh episode of 3 White Guys + Guest, a political podcast for a cynical nation. Today, our plus guests are Iranian immigrant and housemate to the stars, Farshid Akhtarpour; and international security analyst Chris Mason-Cole. This episode was recorded over Skype, apologies for the dodgy audio where it occurs, and a big fuck you to Malcolm Turnbull for ruining the NBN.

No Agenda

Today, our plus guest is Lindsay Williams, a Gumbaynggirr and Wiradjuri man from Nambucca Heads. This was an episode where we decided against setting an agenda, because the fact is, as three white guys we can't speak for First Nations people, but we desperately need to learn more as the ignorance of Indigenous culture in this country is crippling.