Quadrant have a fascinating piece regarding the historical existence of Australian pygmies, a racially distinct group from Aboriginals as we now understand them. I suspect for many conservatives, given a pygmy presence likely indicates there have been various waves of immigration prior to 1788, the ‘one people’ historical conception of Aboriginal Australia, is reaffirmed as an… Continue reading The history of Australian pygmies
Earlier today, a 25 year old identified as Alek Minassian plowed a car into pedestrians in Toronto, killing 10. At this stage, no motive has been concretely established. However, given ISIS has a pattern of inciting these attacks on civilians, and the local cucked mayor used these deaths as a segue to promote Canadian ‘inclusivity,’ this… Continue reading Where tolerance meets intolerance in Toronto
In today’s world, European in-group favouritism of any description is condemned as illogical, outdated, bigoted and most profoundly of all, racist. This pattern was observed last week, as Leftist outrage erupted after a short- lived Optus job advertisement stated it was seeking candidates from an ‘Anglo Saxon’ background. Evidently from the Left’s perspective, it is… Continue reading The great double standard on in-group favouritism
At black armband, pro Aboriginal protests, one can often hear the chant; “Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land!” Meanwhile, others accuse British settlers of stealing Aboriginal land and resources, and Australia Day has been described by the leader of our third largest political party, as representing ‘genocide.’ When a country’s underpinnings are attacked in… Continue reading Do British Australians have a claim to this land?
After research revealed 97 % of Australia’s CEO’s have European heritage, our Race Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane described these as being; “dismal statistics for a society that prides itself on its multiculturalism. They challenge our egalitarian self-image. And they challenge our future prosperity as a nation.” Soutphommasane also laments that occupants of Australia’s top positions are not as… Continue reading Tim Soutphommasane sees too many white CEO’s as ‘dismal’
After President Trump accused ‘Animal Assad’ of committing another chemical weapons attack, a fresh media clamour for Western intervention in Syria began. But is the President falling for another false flag? One year ago President Assad was universally condemned for his alleged chemical weapons attack, and President Trump responded by launching 57 symbolic cruiser missile… Continue reading America lurches closer to a new war in Syria
Earlier this week, the Greens proposed the establishment of a universal basic income (UBI) for all Australians, envisioned in a post work, futuristic context. Somewhat surprisingly, this announcement drew a chorus of negative reactions from the political establishment, with many alleging the Greens lacked seriousness and a fitness to govern. While I would ordinarily outright reject… Continue reading The Greens propose a universal basic income
While Islamic State has been public enemy no. 1 over the past few years, white Leftists come in as a close second for their megalomanic, deranged views. One white Leftist obsession that belies rationality nearly as much as those who expect the rewards of 72 virgins after committing terrorist acts, is equality. To be clear,… Continue reading White Leftists push to get rid of best friends: what next?
While written a few weeks ago, Pat Buchanan’s response to President Trump’s tariffs are equally relevant to US trade policy, and the topic of protectionism more broadly. While I recommend reading the entire piece, Buchanan’s primary arguments can be summarised as: “Production comes before consumption. Who consumes the apples is less important than who owns… Continue reading Pat Buchanan’s defence of protectionism
By Pat Buchanan, March 27, 2018: The last man standing between the U.S. and war with Iran may be a four-star general affectionately known to his Marines as “Mad Dog.” Gen. James Mattis, the secretary of defense, appears to be the last man in the Situation Room who believes the Iran nuclear deal may be… Continue reading Is Trump Assembling a War Cabinet?
It isn’t necessary, nor useful to bully another person on their alleged ‘privilege’ in a relationship between nurse and patient. But if there is anyone who ought to acknowledge privilege here, it is Aboriginal patients. Of course, Aboriginals face substantial health disadvantages today in comparison to non- Aboriginal Australians. But when considering the contrast between… Continue reading Australian nurses slammed over ‘white privilege’
While globalists have resources, Hollywood, the media and government policy (largely) on their side, nationalists/ identitarians/ pro European advocates have an eternally powerful tool: the truth. Amidst smears, doxxing or physical attacks, this sincere, rooted perspective should never be forgotten. For it doesn’t take great intelligence or complex theories to establish that aspirations for survival,… Continue reading The simple truth of nationalism
It is important to critique an anti- Western, vindictive, jealous ideology incapable of basic survival, that decries the womb as a patriarchal construct. But adopting real problems for the civilisational crises’ grappling the West, will require more than mocking a few shrieking, brainwashed Social Justice Warriors. Nor for the reasons Oz Conservative brilliantly describes, is… Continue reading The Right- Liberal problem with identity politics
In the eyes of many free trade advocates, retreats to protectionism are common precursors to inter- state conflict. While this narrative is problematic when considering the strong correlation between anti- militiary interventionists and anti- free traders, it should also be understood that protectionist measures can be a means of exerting diplomatic pressure, to avoid military conflict. Evidently,… Continue reading There is no such thing as free trade
In high school, our teachers used ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ and Missisippi Burning to sneer at America’s long standing problems with race, particularly in regards to its large African American population. But mere decades into Australia’s far smaller African experiment, the elitism, denial and finger- pointing is gone, in place of concerns for real problems… Continue reading African truancy on a par with Indigenous Australians