Frontier Wars: Fact or Fiction? Massacre stories and the policy of separatism

Massacre stories and the policy of separatism Henry Reynolds' book, This Whispering in our Hearts (1998), is a history of those humanitarians and missionaries in Australia who over the past two centuries have taken the Aboriginal side and who have tried to change the behaviour of their fellow Europeans towards the indigenous people of this continent. Reynolds … Continue reading Frontier Wars: Fact or Fiction? Massacre stories and the policy of separatism

Frontier Wars: Fact or Fiction? The invention of massacre stories

The myths of frontier massacres in Australian history The first part of this essay will demonstrate just how flimsy is the case that the massacre of Aborigines was a defining feature of the European settlement of Australia. The second part will examine the estimates by historians of the total number of Aborigines killed and show … Continue reading Frontier Wars: Fact or Fiction? The invention of massacre stories

Black Power, a Multi-Racial Society, and the Immigration Saga

Arthur Calwell was Australia's first Minister for Immigration (1945 to 1949), and later became the leader of the Australian Labor Party (1960 to 1967). In the following document, extracted from his autobiography, Be Just and Fear Not, Calwell mounts a passionate defence of Australia's traditional immigration policies; opposes non-European immigration; and explains that the creation of … Continue reading Black Power, a Multi-Racial Society, and the Immigration Saga

Australian State Flag Designs

After from watching one video on YouTube, which was about Australian States seceding from the Commonwealth and becoming independent. I had a look at the flag designs from that video. The flag designs are from Brendan Jones, that were used on the video itself. But, I do have a problem with the designs, I find … Continue reading Australian State Flag Designs

Multiculturalist Lies

Multiculturalist lies are told to the Australian public continually. These lies are propagated by politicians, multiculturalist internationalists in general, and especially by those within the media and the education system. It is those latter two sectors, media and education, that are in the position to unduly influence or "brainwash" Australians, especially students. These two sectors … Continue reading Multiculturalist Lies

Australian National Flag Day

Australian National Flag Day celebrates the first time the flag was flown, over the dome of the Exhibition Building in Melbourne on 3 September 1901. On this day Australia’s first Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Sir Edmund Barton, announced the winners of a competition to design a national flag for Australia. 3rd of September is an opportunity for all … Continue reading Australian National Flag Day

Australian Flag Debate

The debate over the Australian national flag is one of those annoying little issues that can be extremely frustrating. Those who advocate scrapping the Australian flag for a new design have never come anywhere close to gaining the support of a majority of the people and yet, partly thanks to an often treasonous mainstream media, … Continue reading Australian Flag Debate

Arguing with Australian Republicans

Republicans are quite a nonsensical bunch no matter where in the world you find them and those infecting the great Commonwealth of Australia are certainly no different. Their arguments are so full of holes and lack any credibility to such a great extent that they have been so far unsuccessful in their treasonous efforts in … Continue reading Arguing with Australian Republicans

An Attack on Australian Identity

The Australian Republican Movement (ARM) claims that becoming a republic is in Australia’s best interests. However I very much doubt any leading ARM members even know what it means to be an Australian, often claiming that Australia lacks her own identity. ARM Media Director, David Donovan's recent article entitled "Southern Pacific Poms", claims that Australia lacks its own … Continue reading An Attack on Australian Identity

The Origins of Australian Law by Robert Balzola

Putting aside customary Aboriginal law, contemporary Australian law originates from the British legal hegemony following colonisation of the eastern seaboard of Australia in 1770.  Australia’s legal system is described as an absorbed jurisdiction of the Imperial British legal system, followed by a sequence of Imperial and, upon Federation of Australia, Australian statutes that comprise together with … Continue reading The Origins of Australian Law by Robert Balzola