The burgeoning number of Asian-Australians overall harms our national good: by damaging ethnic interests; and social cohesion that was historically upheld along racial, religious as well as cultural sources of unity. And as Asians increasingly move into my local area, they alter the texture of life and bring alien languages. There are exceptions to every… Continue reading Why I Preference Asian-Asians Over Asian-Australians
American Renaissance, by Gregory Hood, January 11, 2018: Fox News commentator has raised the ire of Conservatism, Inc. The conservative movement is uniquely hobbled. First, its supposed leaders are less committed and militant than its followers. Second, it may be the only political movement in America that tries to dissuade followers from productive action, rather… Continue reading Tucker Carlson and the Question of White Victimhood
“The fact is a wall is an immorality. It’s not who we are as a nation.” Said Nancy Pelosi, the newly elected speaker of the US House of Representatives, regarding President Trump’s renewed efforts to fund a wall on America’s Southern border. Putting aside Pelosi’s vested electoral interests in wilfully sabotaging President Trump’s agenda, and… Continue reading Are Walls Immoral?
Responding to criticism of yesterday’s African gang violence protest in St Kilda, I tweeted: True extremists are those who flood Australia with third-world migrants, claiming our country will be ‘enriched’. A moderate response that better conforms with our nation’s founding, history, and the reality of multi-racialism, is to get rid of the worst eggs (African… Continue reading My Commentary on the St Kilda Protest
American Renaissance, by Okonkwo Akachukwu, December 14, 2018: I am a Nigerian in his mid-thirties. Nigeria’s three most socio-politically dominant tribes are Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo. Both my parents are Igbo—the tribe, I might add, with the reputation of being the brightest bulb in the Nigerian pack. I was born and raised in Lagos and… Continue reading A Nigerian’s View of Race
What might’ve been considered a preposterous prediction in earlier years—the normalisation of pedophilia as part of the LGBT+ agenda—is increasingly becoming a reality. At this post’s close, are links to 3 articles and stories which reflect this trend towards desensitising public attitudes of pedophilia. But for now, consider the last dramatic social shift—gay marriage—and its… Continue reading The Normalisation of Pedophilia
Group patterns and statistics best justify policy that affect collective entities, such as the Australian people. For this reason, anecdotes have been largely absent from this blog. Yet a recent happening reflected broader truths that belie the national conversation about assimilation, and it thus seems purposeful to share. At a recent friends’ drinks, I caught… Continue reading Where Deeper Loyalties Lie
 On the demographic situation in 17 European countries: “There are more burials than births, more coffins than cradles” (Pat Buchanan, page 9).  On how the New Economy has stifled the Western birthrate: “Forced to choose, women are choosing career, or career and the joy of motherhood, once” (Pat Buchanan, page 33).  On… Continue reading My 50 Favourite Quotes From ‘The Death of the West’
By Patrick J. Buchanan, December 11, 2018: If Donald Trump told Michael Cohen to pay hush money to Stormy Daniels about a one-night stand a decade ago, that, says Jerome Nadler, incoming chair of House Judiciary, would be an “impeachable offense.” This tells you what social media, cable TV and the great herd of talking… Continue reading How Democracy is Losing the World
I recently finished an exceptional book: Patrick Buchanan’s The Death of the West. Needless to say, I recommend this book’s reading to all. Within The Death of the West, Buchanan has an especially striking chapter: ‘The Four who Made a Revolution’. In this segment, Buchanan reveals a great deal about Cultural Marxism; how it emerged;… Continue reading Understanding Cultural Marxism
Although I’ve described the positive racial, civilisational, political and cultural duties to practice nationalism; there is one strikingly ubiquitous case made in opposition. This is the view that nationalism causes war, which is ceaselessly trumpeted by our cultural, political and business elites. French President Emmanuel Macron conveyed this much in his speech on the 100th… Continue reading Does Nationalism Cause War?
When this blog was founded in October 2015, I described myself as a ‘conservative’. In this fledging period, I mostly blogged against Islam, ISIS, climate change, socialism, Malcolm Turnbull and Barrack Obama. Then after becoming increasingly right-wing, I detached myself from the conservative label. Yet, additional research revealed I’d jumped the gun. When defined appropriately,… Continue reading The Distinction Between Contemporary and Classical Conservatism
“Where to Libs?” by Oz Conservative, November 26, 2018: Victoria was once known as “the jewel in the Liberal crown”. The heartland of the Liberal Party was in the upper middle class areas of Melbourne, such as Hawthorn and Brighton. For decades, the leaders of the Liberal Party were drawn from suburbs like these. But… Continue reading Where to Libs?
A short while ago, I changed this site’s tagline to include the ‘identitarian’ label. But I haven’t written anything concrete that outlines why I’ve come to use this descriptor. Until now. If I were to use any disparaging, while realistic label for some on the Right of politics, I would call them bad news merchants.… Continue reading Why I Use the ‘Identitarian’ Label
Gatestone Institute, by Judith Bergman, November 10, 2018: The United Nations, in a non-binding agreement that almost all UN member states will sign at a ceremony in Morocco in early December, is making migration a human right. The finalized text of the agreement, the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, although officially non-binding,… Continue reading UN Member States: Migration Is a Human Right