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Graham Hryce

16 ARTICLES
Graham Hryce is an Australian journalist and former media lawyer, whose work has been published in The Australian, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Age, the Sunday Mail, the Spectator and Quadrant.

The UK election results hide a truth Labour won’t want you to hear

After five years of Keir Starmer’s Labour government, the way will be clear for Nigel Farage’s populists. Many political commentators in the UK have failed...

What the Assange saga says about the state of the American empire

US allies have cravenly capitulated before Washington’s demands for the journalist’s blood, but his ultimate release is a ray of hope. This week prominent journalist...

George Galloway is not a threat to democracy – only to the elite hypocrites running the UK

The returning politician’s recent electoral win on the back of the Gaza-Israel debate is rightfully alarming for both Labour and Tories. Last week’s exchange of...

Woke elites are erasing Australia’s national identity – no wonder neo-Nazis are on the rise

National day saw widespread protests as the elites’ agenda stoked a furious backlash. Last week, on January 26th, Australians celebrated Australia Day – the country’s...

Pedo island: The corrupt system that created Jeffrey Epstein survives his downfall

New court papers have been released in the sex trafficking saga – but the people named in them are likely to escape unscathed. An American...

The US is leading its allies into an elaborate Middle Eastern trap

Uncritical support for the American stance on the Israel-Hamas war will prove to be some Western governments’ downfall. Rishi Sunak’s Conservative Party is on the...

The Russell Brand rape scandal moves to the next stage, but it’s already too late for him

Police investigations into the comedian have begun, but his career is dead regardless of whether he’s found guilty or not. The #MeToo movement’s persecution of...

Will Australian military top brass go to the Hague for Afghanistan war crimes?

An ex-military senator has requested an International Criminal Court inquiry into high-ranking officers’ responsibility for atrocities. The ongoing scrutiny of the conduct of Australian Defence...

Judge finds Australian war hero to be a war criminal

Canberra’s most-decorated living soldier loses the “defamation case of the century” over alleged murder of Afghan civilians. Yesterday Justice Anthony Besanko handed down his ruling...

The first Australian soldier has been charged over Afghanistan war crimes, but those ultimately responsible remain in command

The murder allegation could be the start of a lengthy string of trials, which is unlikely to ever reach the top brass. Earlier this week,...

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