It goes without saying that even a book of 600 pages could not encapsulate the vast array of seen and unseen causes driving historical change, much less a single blog post. Yet there exists a leading principle, a constant, through which many modern developments are implemented. For want of a better term, this principle could… Continue reading What drives historical change
As could be expected, the news-cycle for the coronavirus epidemic is extremely fast moving. Latest figures from the mainstream media claim 14,000 are infected; information from alternative sources suggest this figure is probably in the millions. Recent numbers aside, this coronavirus epidemic has revealed much about how globalism operates as a first governing principle; one… Continue reading Inadequate Answers to the Coronavirus Epidemic
Saturday, en route to my local post office, I noticed this plastered onto the street corner: And so, this poster prompted me to reflect upon a few not-so-plausible details of the ongoing bushfires and responses to them. The people in media, Extinction Rebellion and left-wing circles, say they are concerned about bushfire damage. But for… Continue reading Why I Suspect Foul Play
Last night bore witness to another upset election result, as Scott Morrison and his LNP coalition returned to government for a further 3 years. Before this election I encouraged my followers against voting Liberal, given the party’s profound shortcomings. Yet I enjoyed watching last night’s result–particularly once Penny Wong and Tanya Plibersek began to sour.… Continue reading The 2019 Election: A White Pill?
A federal election always directs additional media attention to Australian politics. Yet the mainstream media excludes all of us who don’t play the token, superficial ‘conservative’. Accordingly, I’ll expatiate my view–an Identitarian’s–on the May 14 federal election, and how we should approach it. On the most vanilla issue, Bill Shorten and his Labor party look… Continue reading How Identitarians Should Approach The 2019 Federal Election
When defining politicians within the current political paradigm, Scott Morrison is a somewhat elusive type. Of course Morrison isn’t ‘our guy’, and remains in general consonance with the Left-Liberal/ Right-Liberal consensus that prevails among both major parties. But for accuracy’s sake and to avoid fermenting a far-right echo chamber, let us extend the man an… Continue reading Scott Morrison’s Incoherent View of National Identity