Is Race Really A Social Construct?

If the notion of race is abolished, what are the implications? Who benefits? Who doesn't? Well, I am here to hopefully answer those questions. Let us begin. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find evidence that race exists - it's diligently scrubbed from Wikis, buried in Google's search results, omitted from textbooks and silenced from … Continue reading Is Race Really A Social Construct?

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?

Australia as we know it, is disappearing

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. The wife stayed home, took care of the kids, took them out to parks, met up with her friends and cooked meals for her family that … Continue reading Australia as we know it, is disappearing

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