The Hong Kong Issue

There's some stuff about trying to get Hong Kongers to flee to Australia that's been popping up, time and time again. And I want to throw in my opinion on the matter. I view the problem in Hong Kong to be dire for sure. But to where they flee to when shit hits the fan … Continue reading The Hong Kong Issue

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

Rebutting Republican Myths

From the Mad Monarchist Monarchies are un-democratic!  Not true. Actually, most monarchies in the world today are more democratic than most republics in the world. Further, in most republics (even the United States) the President is not directly elected by the people anyway. However, being democratic is not necessarily a good thing. Benevolent leaders and … Continue reading Rebutting Republican Myths

Civil War In Australia

The Planned Destruction of Anglo-Australia by Immigration, Multiculturalism and Asianisation   "Modern politics is civil war carried on by other means." - Alasdair MacIntyre, British Catholic philospher "Liberal Democracy assumes near-universal alliance to a common political culture, (thus) it is fundamentally incompatible with multiculturalism; to try to combine the two is to embark on a … Continue reading Civil War In Australia

Aboriginal Recognition isn’t all what it is cracked up to be

For those that do not know, the Aboriginal Recognition Movement, that activists intend to instill into the Australian Constitution is set to create a parallel form of government for Aboriginals, by Aboriginals. The so-called "Aboriginal Voice" intends to establish multiple representative bodies at a national, state and local level to advise the Australian Federal Parliament … Continue reading Aboriginal Recognition isn’t all what it is cracked up to be

Australian Elitism

Elitism, the belief that certain persons or members of certain classes or groups deserve favoured treatment by virtue of their perceived superiority, as in intellect, social status, or financial resources. Also includes the sense of entitlement enjoyed by such a group or class and control, rule, or domination by such a group or class. The … Continue reading Australian Elitism

A Question about Citizenship

I'd like to ask a question. This question might put people off just because it's not politically correct to do so and is very taboo to dare contemplate. However, I must ask this question: As a Caucasian Male, when I sign up to a Japanese citizenship does that truly make me Japanese? Hear me out … Continue reading A Question about Citizenship

The Notion of an Australian Kingdom

The notion of an Australian Kingdom isn't a far fetched idea and it has been in the corners of the mind with some Australians throughout our 200 year old history. Even today, some micro-nations within Australia claim to be their own Principalities and Kingdoms, such as the Principality of Hutt River and the Principality of … Continue reading The Notion of an Australian Kingdom