Whenever nationalist issues of immigration, identity, pride, culture and race emerge across the Western world, we excessively consider the perspectives of immigrants and outsiders over our own. While these preferences are misplaced, that isn’t to suggest a tunnel- visioned, Eurocentric view that inflicts endless suffering upon third worlders is desirable. To the contrary, Western interventions… Continue reading Why the West is wrong on nationalism
When an honest, intelligent research is undertook, one will find that race is not everything, but is NOT nothing. This contravenes conventional wisdom that race goes only skin deep. And I certainly fell back on this cliche when first confronted with the difficult truth. Nevertheless, upon the culmination of a truth- oriented research, I will… Continue reading Race is not everything, but is NOT nothing
A rarely discussed fault line in this polarized cultural landscape, is that between individualism and tribalism. On one side, cultural Marxists and the alt- Right share an overriding belief in race’s importance and therefore tribalism, and that race should be a cornerstone of life, culture as well as politics. Contrastingly, traditional conservatives and pragmatic progressives… Continue reading Individualism and Tribalism: What’s the Right Balance?
A movement advocating for the formal recognition of Aboriginals in the Australian Constitution, otherwise known as ‘Recognise’, has gained significant momentum in recent years, with powerful interests including the AFL, the NRL, and Qantas championing its cause. Purportedly, notions of equality and civil rights motivate those who seek to have a specific segment of the Constitution… Continue reading The misleading pretenses for Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians
To assess my personal ideology, I took a variety of political spectrum tests as shown below. Perhaps surprisingly, the tests indicate that I am a centrist/ centre- right ideologue. While these sort of conclusions don’t appear to be entirely accurate, they do suggest I have some inclinations towards pragmatism despite holding an overwhelmingly conservative/ nationalist… Continue reading Assessing my political beliefs
Understanding the scope of Malcolm Turnbull’s extraordinary miscalculation in claiming the Liberal party is ‘not conservative’, requires a brief trip down memory lane. The year was 2013, and as this author was often swamped by rabid Leftists in his first year of University, the Aussie Conservative Blog’s ideological roots were taking hold. Meanwhile, conservatives championed… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull’s political suicide and historic revisionism
While much of the past 30 years has been dedicated towards building colourless societies, these attempts have often failed. After Nelson Mandela proclaimed his country to be a ‘rainbow nation’, recent decades have seen increasing hostility between South Africa’s white and black populations. Additionally, the 2008 election of Barrack Obama was supposed to symbolize the… Continue reading Is ethnonationalism the way forward?
Yesterday, I watched Theresa’s May reply to the Islamic terrorist attack in London and subsequently, I shall respond. After outlining the specifics of the terror attacks, May vowed that Britain’s fertile environment for homegrown terrorism must change, and that Muslims should be moved away from this ideology, by showing them the British values are ‘superior’.… Continue reading My response to Theresa’s May speech
Whether it be considered through the rhetoric of figures such as the Grand Mufti, Yassmin- Abdel Magied, Susan Carland, Waleed Aly, Anne Aly, or in the actions of the AFIC, the National Imams Council, the Australian Islamic Mission, the Lebanese Muslim Association, One Path Network, One4Kids, various Muslim schools, or through the ongoing Islamization of our defence force, that… Continue reading Australian Defence Force’s chief Muslim signed petition supporting Hizb ut- Tahrir
“A picture is worth a thousand words” is an oft- quoted phrase, but amid recent events, these words hold an unprecedented relevance. In the aftermath of the latest terrorist attack in London, a photograph emerged of a Muslim woman walking by, seemingly oblivious to the chaos and death around her. In case this image wasn’t seen when you… Continue reading The picture in the aftermath of the London attack which says it all
On the recent designated adherence day to virtue- signalling, man- bashing, myth- promoting nonsense (otherwise known as the ABC’s coverage of International Women’s Day), a common theme continued to come up (at least, for the ten minutes I could endure to watch their overtly manufactured garbage). “A man is not a financial plan” and “women must… Continue reading How feminism betrays the interests of women
Some weeks ago, Kyle Kulinski of Secular Talk released a grossly inaccurate video regarding Islam in America which deserves critical attention. As Kulinski is a young, increasingly popular youtuber, it seems appropriate to deconstruct the work of this leading ‘progressive’ voice, to demonstrate why the Left is so wrong about modern Islamist infiltration. In fairness, Kulinski has in part… Continue reading Secular Talk’s unrestrained inaccuracy
Marine Le Pen once claimed that there was “no longer a left and right. Now there is only globalists and nationalists.” While these comments came some years ago, they have proved prophetic when considering the shifting identities of politics across the West. Of course, Left- wing and Right- wing remain commonly used labels, utilized by those who categorize according to traditional political… Continue reading The new battleground for conservative politics
After seismic waves of right wing populism have swept across the Western world, now appears a good time to replicate the same here. So while One Nation has experienced a controversy- laden rise in the polls, the time has come more generally for Australian people and politicians alike to put their own citizens first, and for an ‘Australia First’ ideology to… Continue reading Why we should put Australia first
After Yasmmin Abdel- Magied recently came into the public spotlight, an article she wrote in 2014 has resurfaced, which responded to those who supposedly ‘misunderstood Sharia’. Needless to say, her article is abusively dishonest, and completely whitewashes the barbarities of Sharia law. So I will outline Abdel- Magied’s deceptions which were particularly egregious, and then post her… Continue reading Yassmin Abdel- Magied and her untold lies