Since the creation of this site in October 2015, the content has changed: both in subject matter (and hopefully) in quality. Naturally, these exterior changes have reflected an interior ideological journey, summarised in the following viewpoints held across four distinct periods: An anti-Islam stage. A patriotic, populist stage. A pro-white, identitarian stage. A paleoconservative and… Continue reading My ideological journey
In large part, the definition of ‘rationalism’ varies from source to source. Though, the fairest definition can be drawn from Pope Leo XIII in his 1888 encyclical ‘On the Nature of True Liberty’, where he held rationalism to be belief in “the supremacy of human reason.” A close corollary of this view is that reality… Continue reading The problem with rationalism
Returning to something more topical, Saturday I attended the Freedom rally in the Perth CBD. This was an anti-mandatory vaccination event, inclusive of more general agitation against the Health Dictatorship. The event consisted of a few brief speeches at the Supreme Court Gardens (featuring the well-known Augusto Zimmermann), a two kilometre march through various main… Continue reading Some thoughts on the Freedom rally
In a post last year, I outlined why left-wing promises as to the scope of their revolutionary agenda cannot be trusted. False assurances Something similar to this can also be said of our civil authorities, in the creation and development of their Health Dictatorship–a term used last year by Tony Abbott as regarded Victorian action… Continue reading False assurances and the mono-party state
Late last year I converted to Catholicism out of a firm belief in its truth. As such, I will below outline the logical basis for this conclusion. Introduction But first, a disclaimer: I only seriously began considering this field two years ago and have no particular expertise in Christian or Catholic apologetics. In evaluating the… Continue reading Why I converted to Catholicism
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
Over the last few weeks, it has been interesting to hear the views of some normies on the coronavirus pandemic. For the most part, normies have stressed the importance of safety guidelines being conscientiously adhered to. Upon enquiring as to why this should be so, they have unanimously given that unthinking response: because ‘science’ and… Continue reading A Blind Faith
Much has transpired since my last post concerning the coronavirus all the way back in March. Some things about coronavirus remain the same: it came from a Chinese lab and presented a wonderful occasion for nationalist change. Yet with the passage of time, responses to this pandemic have only served to benefit the globalist left.… Continue reading They Don’t Care About Lives
An initiative that might ultimately arise out of coronavirus would be the implementation of a Universal Basic Income (UBI). This scheme could run along the following lines: all existing welfare is replaced with government instead providing each adult citizen a sum of, say $1,000 per month (the UBI). This sum could be fixed to inflation;… Continue reading In Favour of a UBI
Twitter was earlier replete with rumours that Chinese people are assisting the Chinese Communist Party, through hoarding Australian supermarket goods in order to send them to China. Videos have since emerged which substantiate these claims: We should not be shocked to see an obvious fifth column behave this way during a crisis for their ancestral… Continue reading Chinese People Hoarding Australian Supplies
The past week has been extraordinary, visiting widespread disruptions not seen since the close of the Second World War. With every single Australian being affected by the outbreak in some measure, coronavirus has shattered the post-war consensus that we can assuredly control our own lives. In a certain sense, the period from 1945 to 2020… Continue reading We Are Not in Control
In a recent segment of The McLaughlin Group, Pat Buchanan declared: Open borders is dead in Europe, it’s going to be dead in the U.S. You’re going to see nationalism rising, transnationalism receding… All these powerful movements that had been up against transnationalism are going to begin to prevail. In avowing that coronavirus will upend… Continue reading Is Open Borders Dead?
The Australian has published a commendable piece relating to the recent conduct of Chinese university and high school students bound for Australia. Essentially, in order for these students to avert the ban imposed on travel of Chinese nationals, many have used a third-country layover mechanism to gain entry into Australia. By this medium, Chinese students… Continue reading Chinese Students Jeopardise Australian Biosecurity
An extraordinary investigative article called into question much of the information disseminated by the mainstream media on coronavirus. In particular, this piece raises the possibility that coronavirus is either a deliberately leaked bioweapon or a deadly disease that inadvertently escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The full article can be found here. However, in… Continue reading Coronavirus: A Leaked Bioweapon?
Saturday, the Subiaco Post published an article on the effects of coronavirus in Perth. This article lamented over how fears of coronavirus are hurting Chinese people, through reducing restaurant revenues and fostering anti-Chinese bigotry. As could be expected and in response to this epidemic, Australians are being asked to show greater tolerance. Jacquie Chan, the… Continue reading Necessary Alienation From the Coronavirus Epidemic