Andrew Bolt is Australia's most dangerous racist. He is employed by a major Australian regional newspaper and a TV station that broadcasts nationwide in order for him to directly peddle his racist and Islamophobic propaganda. His blog at Rupert Murdoch's Herald-Sun newspaper enjoys the support of a small but dedicated group of like-minded extreme right-wing bigots, rednecks and racists who regularly comment at his blog, and his TV spot is financially supported by various asssorted climate change deniers who have a vested interest in being anti-renewable resources and pro-pollutionist.

Bolt is dangerous because he has a wide audience that his employers see as being gullible to their brand of media propaganda.

This blog aims to expose Bolt for what he really is - a deceitful propagandist intent on dividing Australians by promoting fear and paranoia of multiculturalism. Without the backing of the likes of Murdoch and Gina Rinehart, et al, Bolt is nothing.

Monday, August 31, 2015


In his blog today Andrew Bolt posted this piece demonstrating how desperate he and his employers are becoming in their fight to continue polluting the planet by using non-renewable energy resources that are becoming increasingly more expensive to extract and use.
Bolt continues to be the paid voice of the rapidly shrinking denialist movement founded to protect and support the fossil fuel energy industry against the rapidly expanding renewable energy industry. Slowly, however, even some fossil fuel companies are seeing that the future belongs to the renewable energy industry and are now diversifying and investing in the renewables sector of the energy industry. Alinta Gas, Western Australia’s household gas supplier, for example, will begin selling PV solar panels with battery storage systems beginning in November. AGL, one of Australia’s largest energy suppliers is also diversifying into renewable energy resources.

Carpetbagger salesmen like Bolt who write the anti-climate change propaganda for the fossil fuel companies will soon be out of a job as desperation sets in and they have nothing to write about to support their nonsense except how cold it was in Melbourne last night.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014


In his blog today the convicted racist Andrew Bolt writes two articles that lays bare his disgusting racism. In the first titled ‘Condemning child savers as child stealers: the poison of the “Stolen Generations” myth’, Bolt tries to tell us that the Aboriginal children taken from their families were actually taken for their own good. He attempts to assert that indigenous children were some four times likely to suffer sexual abuse than other Australians. Bolt neglects to mention that most of that abuse came from non-Aboriginals and much of it after they’d been removed from their families and in the care of the so-called missions and foster homes.

In his second article, ‘No jobs in the deserts so why keep the towns?’, Bolt argues that Aboriginal communities aren't worth continued support and that Aboriginal people would be better off if they ‘assimilated’ into the nations metropolises. Bolt knows full well that, if Indigenous and Aboriginal people deserted the bush and ‘assimilated’ into the nation’s cities then they’d likely extinguish themselves within a hundred years – which, of course, is exactly what he wants to happen. For Bolt ‘assimilation’ is a euphemism for breeding out of existence.

Monday, November 3, 2014


In light of Gina Rinehart leaving the Channel Ten board, one has to wonder if Bolt is thinking about ‘bailing’ out before the board cans his unprofitable Bolt Report Sunday slots. If Bolt’s blog today is anything to go by it would seem that it’s crossed his mind. When a reader suggested Bolt could be "very lonely in the staff room", Bolt responded by saying: “And as a News Corp man even lonelier. Might have to bail, Frank.”

One can only hope!

Sunday, October 5, 2014


Back in August 2010 Bolt argued that Islam was an ideology and not a race. Armed with this argument Bolt attempted to extricate himself from being accused of being a racist over his stance on Muslims. It’s also an argument that has long been used by his anti-Islam supporters especially those that comment on his blog.

Today, however, Bolt has done a complete U-turn and is now saying that it is indeed racist to be anti-Muslim as he calls for something to be done about “racists” that are terrorising Muslims in Australia – particularly the Australian Defence League (ADL).

As it happens, it’s been Bolt’s anti-Islam stance over the past few years that has probably done more than anything else to foster the growth of the Australian Defence League and anti-Islam sentiment generally in Australia.

Friday, September 12, 2014


Today Bolt complains in one article about students exercising their right to freedom of speech against uni fees and implies that students be denied all help for their education because they are a ‘violent mob’ (someone swore at Tony Abbott, another knocked over a police officer [makes a change; normally it’s the other way round] and a car window got broken) while in the article just before that Bolt’s going on about how important it is for people to be able  to express themselves freely.

So it’s OK, as Bolt, et al does, to promote hatred toward boatpeople who end up in concentration camps where they can be beaten to death or so neglected they die through lack of proper treatment when they fall ill, and it’s OK to promote hatred of Islam to a point where you can support going to Islamic lands to kill them and then wonder why ‘they’ hate us so. But it’s not OK to demonstrate against high education fees.


Sunday, September 7, 2014


‘Carpetbagger’ is a derogatory term which originated in the US during the Reconstruction years (1865-1877) after the American Civil War of 1861-1865. It referred to the opportunistic and mostly fraudulent Northerners who migrated to the war-torn South in order to take advantage of the Southerners caught up in the chaos that existed there after the war. The ‘carpet bag’ itself was a fashionable piece of luggage that looked like it was made from pieces of carpet that these fraudsters and conmen arrived with in the South.

Today the term ‘carpetbagger’ is used to define those that move – more metaphorically than literally these days – into areas of dispute in order to take advantage of a given situation by which they can make money both for themselves and for their backers.

The climate change debate is one such situation in which ‘carpetbaggers’ can thrive. In particular, climate change deniers, especially those among the mainstream Murdoch commentariat, who are currently making heaps by cashing in on their boss’s own interests in non-renewable resources.

The likes of Andrew Bolt, Tim Blair, Piers Akerman, Janet Albrechtsen, Greg Sheridan and many others are paid handsomely by Rupert Murdoch to demonise Green energy technology and ideology in order to halt the diminishing demand for non-renewable energy, a resource Murdoch and many of his fellow businessmen and associates have heavily invested in.

Contrary to the collective opinion of the extreme right-wing commentators and neoconservatives who Murdoch and others, including various neoconservative and right-wing think-tanks around the world financially support, renewable energy resources are making a huge dent in the bottom line of the non-renewable energy sector, particularly among the traditional energy providers.

Domestic use of solar energy in Australia generated from both photovoltaic (p.v.) roof-top panels and wind turbines has risen sharply over the last decade or so. In South Australia some 20%-25% of domestic energy consumption is derived from solar energy. Indeed, in July 2014 South Australia’s wind farms managed to provide up to 43% of the states power needs. And, as photovoltaic and battery storage technology advances, the commercial and light industrial sector is also increasingly making use of solar energy.

These advances in both technology and the expanding use of renewable energy resources has had a considerable affect on the more conventional non-renewable resources on fuel suppliers and particularly on energy generators who are experiencing a drop in demands and, therefore, profits and revenue which, in turn, has forced them to increase their charges. Increasing prices on non-renewable energy, in turn, leads to customers turning to p.v. panels and alternative power resources.

The pro-pollutionist carpetbaggers have tried every trick in the book to get people to ignore green energy. They have attempted to demonise the use of green energy by pigeonholing green energy advocates as ‘left-wing hippies’. Bolt has even tried to say that advocates of alternative energy are like the Nazis because the Nazis were a “romantic, anti-science, nature worshipping, communal and anti-capitalist movement that tied German identity to German forests.”

The pro-pollutionist carpetbagger’s biggest ploy is their denialism about global warming and climate change in which they attempt to argue that there is no need to stop using non-renewable energy because it doesn’t create global warming or climate change. They ignore, however, the vast amount of pollution that coal, oil and gas produce and which can be seen on a daily basis hanging over the world’s big industrial cities.

The non-renewable energy industry has spent billions on promoting their coal, oil and gas products while, at the same time, spending further billions on paying their carpetbagger minions in the media to demean green energy. They have even offered climate scientists inducements to become climate change deniers in order to give their arguments some semblance of credibility while others pay journalists and media commentators to demean the green energy industry using outlandish and extremist propaganda which they attempt to link with left-wing politics.

But Tony Abbott’s recent axing of the Renewable Energy Targets program will unlikely stop renewable energy from continuing to grow as people from all walks of life get to hear about the huge savings that can be made by using p.v. panels and, in the not too distant future, going off grid completely as battery technology makes it increasingly a more realistic option to non-renewable energy.

Saturday, August 9, 2014


In his column today, Bolt accuses Hamas for breaking the ceasefire in the battle for the Gaza Strip. Using a simplistic narrative that his tiny band of followers is able to understand, he writes: “Hostilities had resumed because, as with the previous four ceasefires, Hamas started firing rockets at Israeli civilians”.

This is a blatant piece of overly simplistic nonsense and ignores the actual reasons for the resumption of hostilities. The aim of the ceasefire was to allow the two sides an opportunity to discuss a long term agreement that might lead to peace. Hamas is merely asking for freedom. It wants the blockade lifted, it wants the freedom to trade with whoever they want to and they want the facilities like a seaport and airport to be able to make these things happen. On the other hand, Israel wants Hamas to disarm; it wants to extend its no-mans land even further into the Gaza Strip thus limiting the Gaza’s ability to produce agricultural and horticultural products, and Israel wants to control what goes in and out of the Strip. Since it was clear that Israel was not going to allow the people of the Gaza Strip their freedom, Hamas and their allies have no other choice but to fight on in the only way they know how to.

Of course Hamas want peace, but they also want their freedom. Israel doesn’t want to give it to them. What Israel really wants is the Gaza Strip for themselves in order to exploit its gas reserves and to realise their dream of a Greater Israel.