Rethinking the White Australia Policy

Not even scholars challenging the orthodox view that the White Australia Policy was a "racist" blot on the nation's honour support suggestions that its abolition was a catastrophic mistake. An unshakeable consensus among managerial, professional, political and academic elites in favour of racial egalitarianism has prevented a long overdue re-assessment of the policies permitting mass … Continue reading Rethinking the White Australia Policy

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

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

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

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

In Response: Multicultural Australia VS True Australia

This is in response to an earlier post of mine that I've posted late last year, where I discussed about Multicultural Australia against True Australia. You can use the link to read about it if you haven't. However I wish to reiterate that I've developed myself over the past year to now to improve upon. … Continue reading In Response: Multicultural Australia VS True Australia

Plebiscites and the Australian Governments Addiction to it

The Founding Fathers of Australia were well aware of the fact that starting out as a republican, Napoleon Bonaparte skillfully used seven constitutional plebiscites – just questions without details - to take and to increase his hold on power. As a result, Europe suffered over two decades of war resisting his attempts to subjugate the … Continue reading Plebiscites and the Australian Governments Addiction to it

Know Thine Enemy

In order to defend and promote Australian culture, race/people and nationality, we first must recognize the genesis of this cultural, racial & national vandalism of today, to its communistic movements after the First World War. According to the post-war Marxist theorists Antonio Gramsci and George Lukacs, for communism to succeed in the West, broadly speaking … Continue reading Know Thine Enemy

Multicultural Australia VS True Australia

There was a time, when a man in Australia could raise a family of three kids, own a house, a car and have money to spend on the side. His loving wife stayed home, took care of the kids, took them out to parks, met up with her friends and cooked meals for her family … Continue reading Multicultural Australia VS True Australia

What happened to the Australian?

Back in the day in Australia, a city would harbor Australian culture and Australian people. The Australian people would be the majority in those cities, from Hobart to Darwin to Perth. The Australian people would walk around the magnificence of what their ancestors built and died for them. Each Australian had their own story, but … Continue reading What happened to the Australian?