Cheap Labour Importation Schemes

The White Australia policy (1901–1973) was, while it lasted, a hugely successful attempt to preserve the genetic and cultural legacy of the founding racial stock of the nation. It was also an industrial relations policy designed to prevent the capitalist class from flooding the Australian economy with cheap labor. This was a key part of … Continue reading Cheap Labour Importation Schemes

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

White Australia, Saved Australia

Jack Lang was the Premier of New South Wales during 1925-1927 and 1930-1932. In this extract from his book, I Remember, Lang gives a brief history of the White Australia Policy; exposes how Britain interfered with local attempts to keep the hordes of coloured immigrants from flooding into our country; and praises the policies that established … Continue reading White Australia, Saved Australia

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

The People vs The Elites

I've spent years learning the Australian political arena to understand certain patterns that tend to come and are usually the root cause of most problems we have today. These range from many factors but what I'm about to discuss are the major ones or what I consider to be the major factors in the Australian … Continue reading The People vs The Elites

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

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?

The Push for a Republic

Let us look at some of the real reasons for the determined push to change Australia into a republic. The people of Australia are not clamouring for a referendum on a republic, it is being pushed by multi-millionaires, politicians and much of the mainstream media.  Some very wealthy people are even putting their own money … Continue reading The Push for a Republic

Keep the Australian Constitution

I am the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia - I am the most important document in this land. Without me, all other Contracts and Agreements are worthless bits of paper ... Even your money and the deeds to your home are worthless without my protection. Yes, the very fabric of Your free Australian society … Continue reading Keep the Australian Constitution

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