AusRight.com lists recent articles by independent non-msm Australian voices and these are the Top Ten popular sites listed, according to how many clicks their articles get overall:
1 – Cairns News
Waaay out in front. Posts very often with populist anti Covid lunacy stuff. Givin’ the people what they want.
2 – XYZ
A solid second, also posts frequently with newsy stuff. Australian
Daily Stormer Tranny Watch Hoax Watch sort of thing.
Then there’s a pretty big drop down in clicks to the rest:
3 – Institute of Public Affairs
Mostly publishes anti lockdown stuff these days. Libertardians, not entirely useless.
4 – Soviet Men
Australian expat posting of personal stories, Australian and some Philippines material. Knows the value of using pretty girl images, and has rare good taste in such things.
5 – Real Freedom News
Factional machinations and squabblings in the Victorian Liberal Party. Well-written, and surprisingly ‘based’ and ‘redpilled’ (not gay).
6 – Caldron Pool
Very newsy, pretty big site with international reach. Has blonde female e-celebs writing for it.
7 – The Conservative
Bob Mann, very frustrated Liberal Party man. Hasn’t yet come fully to the dark side.
8 – Pushing Rubber Downhill
Another escapee from our prison island, writes serious high minded things about culture and religion (Catholicism). Likes wine.
9 – Die Fluffy Wuffy Die!
Matt sees signs of the cabal all over the place in Sydney and who knows maybe he’s right. Australian Vigilant Citizen or Vox Day sort of thing.
10 – Quadrant
70 year old monthly journal now hip with the bloggy internet thing. Cuckservatism Inc.
Check them all out and more at AusRight.com.
For sites that are listed, unlike uncle Bernie here we’re not once again asking for your ‘financial support’, just links/plugs, because some of you have a much bigger reach than this little idiosyncratic Claire Lehmann fan site, and the only way it can work for everyone is if it gets more links. Thanks. (Only one site in this list has done so, afaik, guess which, and frankly is now the only one on ausright that is on a super fast update cycle (not even this site is)).