Outlaw Articles

Writers of the Storm – Chapter 1

Writers of the Storm – Chapter 1

Bowie stumbled through the lifeless ruins of what had once been a vibrant, progressive American city. His body ached with fatigue and his dry throat screamed for water.

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Chapter 2 – Pawns on the Chessboard

Chapter 2 – Pawns on the Chessboard

Noah stood trembling against the concrete wall. He hadn’t stopped shaking since the bullets started zipping past his ears. Not since the back of Johnny’s head blew out and splattered all over him.

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Chapter 3 – A Ghoulish Touch

Chapter 3 – A Ghoulish Touch

Bowie woke to the sounds of a struggle coming from the Chick-Fil-A kitchen. The grunts and curses of a fight to the death.
He froze, and slipped down under the table, hoping that nobody would see him.

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Chapter 4 – Kayla

Chapter 4 – Kayla

Kayla lovingly stroked her stainless steel Smith & Wesson, as she studied the strange couple she’d just captured. The big baby faced kid dressed like a militia, had his wrists bound with zip ties. She hadn’t even bothered with the other one, he wasn’t going...

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Chapter 5 – The Anarchists

Chapter 5 – The Anarchists

The dark figures closed in on the edge of the flames, poised, waiting for the opportunity to devour their prey. Though their automatic weapons were raised, they held their fire, a sure sign they wanted live captives. Kayla shuddered, No way they’re going to take me...

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Chapter 6 – The First Son

Chapter 6 – The First Son

Visions of a medieval inquisition flashed before Noah’s eyes. Hooded demons feeding on the anguish and horror emulating from their victims as they pushed their cruelty to levels beyond imagination. Better to die fighting, he thought, slipping the AR-15 down from his...

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Chapter 7 – The Senator

Chapter 7 – The Senator

The middle aged man startled Bowie as he emerged from the room. It was not just that he was a high profile US Senator, or that he was accompanied by an extremely young girl, but it was the casual, confident way in which he proceeded.  Without any self-consciousness or...

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Why Individuality may put you in the Crosshairs

Why Individuality may put you in the Crosshairs

Are you marked for censorship or worse, in the phony war on misinformation?At one time, I considered myself a bit of a social justice warrior. I produced television documentaries on Aboriginal land rights, marched against Indonesia's occupation of East Timor and...

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The Con of the Century

The Con of the Century

Imagine if everybody, across the globe suddenly decided that driving motor vehicles was far too dangerous, so they all closed their businesses, left their jobs, pulled their children out of school and sat trembling in their basements.Imagine if the media ran horror...

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Why the mainstream media treats Trump as an Outlaw

Why the mainstream media treats Trump as an Outlaw

You’ve heard the statement “Trump is trying to destroy our democracy,” echoed throughout mainstream media outlets. Perhaps you wondered, as I did, exactly how Trump is attempting to achieve that. So I read these stories by established, well regarded journalists and...

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A Sinister side to the Lockdowns

A Sinister side to the Lockdowns

 “COVID-19 is being used to collapse economies, expand surveillance, impose universal vaccines and justify a global government.” A conspiracy theory? You be the judge.

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Why are Outlaws Becoming More Political?

Why are Outlaws Becoming More Political?

Outlaws have traditionally stayed out of politics, we’re usually just happy to be away from all the bullshit.. Perhaps the exception was when the Hells Angels roughed up a few of the protestors in California back in the Vietnam war days. They were protesting against...

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Surviving in an increasingly Violent World

Surviving in an increasingly Violent World

With most of the United States locked down for months, murder and manslaughter offenses increased by 14.8% over 2019, and aggravated assault offenses increased by 4.6%. I believe that we are now responsible for the personal safety of our families.

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Lessons the rioters could learn from ‘Sons of Anarchy’

Lessons the rioters could learn from ‘Sons of Anarchy’

Outlaws live by a code, guided by a moral compass - while those rioting in the name of social justice act in a complete void.  From my experience, the television series, 'Sons of Anarchy' is a fairly accurate portrayal of outlaw life. Some things were exaggerated to...

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How do people learn to hate their own country so much?

How do people learn to hate their own country so much?

"America is at war and doesn't even know it."As an Outlaw biker in the 1970’s Australia, I used to look at the United States with awe. It was the home of biker culture, the land of the Harley Davidson, Where Easy Rider and Woodstock, The Doors and almost every other...

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Why are we Crazy about Outlaws and Vikings?

Why are we Crazy about Outlaws and Vikings?

If there was one group you could truly call the Outlaws of history, it was the Vikings. That’s probably why we’re so fascinated with them. This is not a new phenomena. In 1882, as Irish writer, Oscar Wilde watched a crowd gather around the house of slain outlaw Jesse...

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Valkyries – The Kick-Ass Women of Norse Mythology

Valkyries – The Kick-Ass Women of Norse Mythology

The importance of the Valkyries in Norse mythology speaks volumes about Scandinavian society during the Viking era. After growing up with the more subservient women of the Abrahamic scriptures, it’s refreshing to find religious texts that place women on an equal...

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I do not lie quietly  under the jackboot

I do not lie quietly under the jackboot

I do not lie quietly under the jackboot of the law, or of the jackboot of the mob.  I am who I want to be, free to believe what I choose.  I earned what I have, through toil and risk, without any privilege or favor.  I treat others as I find them, without prejudice. I...

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My Mother, a real Braveheart

My Mother, a real Braveheart

In another place, at another time she would have been a revolutionary, fighting and dying for a cause she believed in. But, unfortunately, fate cast my mother as a housewife in the 1960’s when women in Australia didn’t play much of a role in anything.  She lived in...

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Why do I feel like I’m being conned?

Why do I feel like I’m being conned?

I keep seeing these gaping holes in the continuing argument that we should be locked down 'for our own safety'. For instance, what a coincidence that the man who owns many of the media organizations beating up the hysteria (Jeff Bezos), just got $42 billion dollars...

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Is Big Brother using Coronavirus to Tighten the Leash?

Is Big Brother using Coronavirus to Tighten the Leash?

Coronavirus is a dream come true for Governments with a control agenda. Never before in peacetime have we had such stringent controls on our movements. Borders are blocked, airports are closed, checkpoints put up everywhere, curfews in place and all with the willing...

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Coronavirus is the new wolf

Coronavirus is the new wolf

The sheep have spotted a new wolf and they are panicking. I guess it’s predictable, but they never cease to amaze me nonetheless. And while on one level it is entertaining to watch the run on toilet paper in supermarkets, on another level, it is inconvenient for the...

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Dealing with the Grief of Losing a Friend

Dealing with the Grief of Losing a Friend

This is the story of one remarkable lady, a warrior poet, dealing with the untimely death of another. Both women were achievers: osteopaths, champions in their chosen sports and friends for 25 years. They were both deeply affected by shocking rape and murder of...

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Powerful Self-Defense Tips For Women

Powerful Self-Defense Tips For Women

In the USA, a woman is raped every two minutes. The perpetrator is usually a male. A 1993 survey revealed that 50% of Canadian women have experienced an incident of sexual assault or physical violence. In Australia, 19% of women aged 18 to 24 experienced an act of...

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When the Flying Doctor Didn’t Come

When the Flying Doctor Didn’t Come

I wrote this article years ago, when I was attempting to document my years as a buffalo hunter in the Northern Territory, back in the 1970s and '80s. We worked in extremely isolated areas, at least eight hours drive on dirt tracks to the nearest hospital. so if...

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Surviving Cyclone Tracy

Surviving Cyclone Tracy

The ‘build-up’ that year had been toxic. Humidity got to 88% and the air was like soup, the sky heavy with angry clouds.  I was nine years old and a shy and watchful child, ever alert to any change in the atmosphere of the household.  Hysteria had been nibbling at the...

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Witches – the Healers who were Outlawed

Witches – the Healers who were Outlawed

It's more than a story of injustice and persecution–it's a story of greed, at an astronomical cost to humanity. It’s hard to imagine the pain and horror these women went through – dragged away from their homes by an angry mob, tortured until they made a false...

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The path through violence, to understanding

The path through violence, to understanding

I was sitting in a bikie hangout, some house that was half wrecked, where I lived and partied with 20 or 30 outlaw-bikers. But I was sitting away from the party, in an old caravan, parked next to the fence, studying English. It was a turning point for me.

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