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.

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!