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
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
“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?
Yesterday, Scott Morrison proposed we launch an alternative to Australia Day, to celebrate Indigenous achievements, while maintaining our traditional national holiday. But our Prime Minister along with his well-intentioned, yet negligent racially averse colleagues, is seriously mistaken. By seeking a unity where many Aboriginals and their radical enablers don’t wish to, this change won’t work.… Continue reading The Folly of an Australia Day Alternative
Two weeks ago, Mehreen Faruqi delivered her maiden speech in the Australian Senate. Determined to showcase her intersectionality, Faruqi made the standard anti-white claim about Australian history. She described Australia as a ‘stolen land’, acknowledged the importance of ‘first Australians’, and in doing so undermined the degree to which any Australian nationalism can morally exist.… Continue reading Mehreen Faruqi’s Dishonest Attack on Australian Nationalism
Given the impending doom mounting over Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership and the damaging, potentially fatal result of yesterday’s leadership ballot, Peter Dutton may be our next Prime Minister. As such, I’d like to explain why I support Dutton’s bid for Australia’s top job, and what makes him different from other senior liberals. Dutton has sensibly argued… Continue reading Why I support Peter Dutton
Yesterday Fraser Anning delivered his maiden Senate speech, which has since been condemned across the political spectrum. Anning expressed support for the past White Australia policy, and as critics deliberately misconstrued his proposed ‘final solution’ for immigration, the speech was equated with Nazism. Never mind that those who actually fought against Nazism, virtually all agreed… Continue reading Some Questions for the Multiculturalist Establishment
In recent times, the ABC has descended into an intolerant, anti- Australian, biased organisation devoted to spreading Leftist views, despite legislation and a civic duty requiring otherwise. Because of these harmful trends, the ABC’s funding of $1 000 000 000 per annum ought to be eliminated, to inflict irreversible institutional damage extending beyond the current… Continue reading The ABC’s Trump Derangement Syndrome unveiled
This week is Indigenous Round in the AFL, where games are spent acknowledging the remarkable contribution Aboriginals have made to our national game. While many discussions are being had, a transparent contradiction between the AFL’s states belief in equality and Aboriginal exceptionalism, is seldom raised. Every year, the AFL jumps on every single ‘equality’ cause… Continue reading Aboriginal exceptionalism or equality: which principle shall the AFL choose?
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
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?
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
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
10 years has passed since then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s famous apology for the ‘Stolen Generations.’ While Rudd’s grounds for apology were dubious, and it remains unclear if Indigenous ‘Stolen Generations’ ever occurred, these areas have been previously covered here and here. Apart from anything else, Rudd’s apology was seen as the ultimate step towards… Continue reading A time for hard truths