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

How Mad Are We?

It's been the same old rabble again. The news going on about the politics of the day, not about the yester or the tomorrow but of the day. Going on about how evil, incompetent and delusional one side of politics and how good, competent and knowledgeable the other is. Day in, day out. The spurs … Continue reading How Mad Are We?

Why am I a Monarchist?

I am often asked and criticised about why do I support the Australian Crown and the Australian Royal Family instead of the myriad of Politicians in the Australian Party Politic. I support the Crown for many reasons but first, what lead me to my views. I will explain that I wasn't always a Monarchist and … Continue reading Why am I a Monarchist?

The Crimson Thread of Kinship

The ideas of race and stock, of blood and breed. This has been the prevailing thought upon the Australian since the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Fostering and furnishing a connection between nationalism, imperialism and racialism during those periods of Australian history. These thoughts, ideas and aspirations became a significant force behind the White … Continue reading The Crimson Thread of Kinship

Constitutional Reformation or Political Reformation?

I've heard the saying; It takes an Idiot to destroy Britain, But It takes a Genius to destroy Australia. Take that as you will, but the point of that saying is. Australia, believe it or not has one of the most, if not, THE most, stable system of government in the world. Made by our … Continue reading Constitutional Reformation or Political Reformation?

Victorian Election 2018

There has been a myriad of factors at play to how things played out as they did, but this is what I've figured. Lets first start off with the elephant in the room. The Victorian Liberals. Matthew Guy, the leader of the Victorian Liberals during the 2018 election was mostly a non-entity. No one within … Continue reading Victorian Election 2018

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

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?

Problems facing Australia and the West in General

I've been getting a little worried about Australia and White Nations as a whole. I’ve been looking at non-western countries including Russia, Eastern Europe, Japan, China, India, etc. In cultural and national pride, economics, inventiveness, social cohesion and racial hegemony. There are many factors in this but I just have to say something about all … Continue reading Problems facing Australia and the West in General