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Tag archives: Guy Rundle

Rundle: sat among ewoks, imbibing the Clintonian delirium of Star Wars

Guy Rundle December 14, 2017

People say it's the best of the Star Wars films for decades. It was by turns stirring and as ropey as an old Doctor Who episode.

Rundle: remembering two stalwarts of the Indigenous Black Power movement

Guy Rundle December 13, 2017 6 Comments

Sol Bellear and Denis Walker were two mainstays of a movement that, for the most part, was about building black community.

Rundle: the ‘intellectual’ right are sloppier than a failed MasterChef pudding

Guy Rundle December 11, 2017 11 Comments

Guy Rundle on the intellectual inconsistencies of the right as tasting menu.

Rundle: send in the clowns

Guy Rundle December 7, 2017 25 Comments

The only thing the Right has ever been able to claim was their efficiency. Now, they don't even have that.

Rundle: groupthink abounds in the trial-by-media destruction of Geoffrey Rush

Guy Rundle December 6, 2017 20 Comments

Nothing indicates more clearly the potential injustices of the current process than the manner in which Rush has been treated.

Rundle: reflecting on Noel Pearson’s dual failure

Guy Rundle December 6, 2017 48 Comments

A recent essay by Noel Pearson has a great deal of self-excoriation, but fails to find the true problems that led him there.

Rundle: at the Milo extravaganza it was hard to tell who was confused and who was just stupid

Guy Rundle December 5, 2017 21 Comments

For the most part though, it was Stupidolooza.

Milo and his groupies think they’re ‘lions’. Really, they’re UFC fanboys who smell like Dencorub.

Guy Rundle December 1, 2017 32 Comments

Milo Yiannopoulos is not only a symptom of the desperate state Western conservatism is in, but a carrier of the disease that’s killing it, writes Guy Rundle.

Rundle: here’s how we launch a ‘boycott Australia’ ad campaign to support Manus detainees

Guy Rundle November 27, 2017 14 Comments

We are at the limits of what we can be achieved protesting at the Australian government. Now an international response must be sought from within Australia.

Rundle: Greens machine will roll on if Labor doesn’t pull its finger out

Guy Rundle November 24, 2017 42 Comments

The Greens victory in Melbourne's inner north is in part due to a new fixie-riding, Netflix-watching middle class, and Labor's failure to appreciate shifting demographics.