All unreferenced quotes throughout this post come from Hamilton’s ‘Silent Invasion’. Some time ago I read Clive Hamilton’s ‘Silent Invasion’, a book which documents how Australia has begun transitioning into a Chinese vassal state. I encourage all my readers to purchase this book for full reading here. I was initially reluctant to publish a full-length… Continue reading My Summary of ‘Silent Invasion’
Earlier today, a cacophony of thoughtless invectives were again directed at Fraser Anning, this time for his controversial press release on the Christchurch shooting. Since taken down from Twitter, the release read: Speaking following reports of multiple shootings at two Mosques in New Zealand earlier today, Senator Fraser Anning has responded with strong condemnation. “I… Continue reading Why Fraser Anning is Right
Last month, I came across a hackneyed, but common critique that pertains to group pride. According to Will Menaker (a Left-leaning podcaster), Molyneux and everyone else obsessed with IQ/Western Culture is just a giant participation trophy program for people who think that by accident of their birth they’ve done something noteworthy and really want credit… Continue reading The Basis for Group Pride
The burgeoning number of Asian-Australians overall harms our national good: by damaging ethnic interests; and social cohesion that was historically upheld along racial, religious as well as cultural sources of unity. And as Asians increasingly move into my local area, they alter the texture of life and bring alien languages. There are exceptions to every… Continue reading Why I Prefer Asian-Asians Over Asian-Australians
“The fact is a wall is an immorality. It’s not who we are as a nation.” Said Nancy Pelosi, the newly elected speaker of the US House of Representatives, regarding President Trump’s renewed efforts to fund a wall on America’s Southern border. Putting aside Pelosi’s vested electoral interests in wilfully sabotaging President Trump’s agenda, and… Continue reading Are Walls Immoral?
Group patterns and statistics best justify policy that affect collective entities, such as the Australian people. For this reason, anecdotes have been largely absent from this blog. Yet a recent happening reflected broader truths that belie the national conversation about assimilation, and it thus seems purposeful to share. At a recent friends’ drinks, I caught… Continue reading Where Deeper Loyalties Lie
Although I’ve described the positive racial, civilisational, political and cultural duties to practice nationalism; there is one strikingly ubiquitous case made in opposition. This is the view that nationalism causes war, which is ceaselessly trumpeted by our cultural, political and business elites. French President Emmanuel Macron conveyed this much in his speech on the 100th… Continue reading Does Nationalism Cause War?
The dissident Right has consistently espoused the connection between multiracialism and societal conflict; while explaining little in the way of causation. It thus seems worthy to outline precisely why multiracialism causes violence, and consider relevant examples. Taken together, there appears to be 3 core reasons that multi-racialism engenders violence. First, when radically different groups inhabit… Continue reading Why Multi-Racialism Causes Violence
Following up on recent twitter activities, my final reflections on the fracas over Pauline Hanson’s failed “It’s OK to be White” motion, are as follows. While more powerful in institutional, political, cultural and economic measures; the Left is as ill-conceived as ever. Painfully lacking in self-reflection, Leftist Australian media screeching over “It’s OK to be… Continue reading It’s Not OK to be White
By Patrick J. Buchanan, September 13, 2018: Our diversity is our greatest strength. After playing clips of Democratic politicians reciting that truth of modern liberalism, Tucker Carlson asked, “How, precisely, is diversity our strength? Since you’ve made this our new national motto, please be specific.” Reaction to Carlson’s question, with some declaring him a racist… Continue reading The Unpardonable Heresy of Tucker Carlson
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
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
By Patrick J. Buchanan, July 27, 2018: “Make America Great Again!” will, given the astonishing victory it produced for Donald Trump, be recorded among the most successful slogans in political history. Yet it raises a question: How did America first become the world’s greatest economic power? In 1998, in “The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty… Continue reading Did Tariffs Make America Great?
Greg Johnson wrote a fantastic piece in 2015 on why group judgements are necessary in certain circumstances. In addition to his analysis, I would note the collective rights of peoples far prevail over the rights of foreign individuals. As such, generalisations over group traits should be made and acted upon. Counter Currents, by Greg Johnson,… Continue reading In Defense of Prejudice
While ‘punching right’ should conventionally be avoided, in establishing an authentically nationalist Australian movement, we must unpack John Howard’s past critiques of multiculturalism, and explain its shortcomings. As Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister since Sir Robert Menzies, John Howard is worshipped by many on the Australian Right. Among other things, many have applauded Howard’s objection… Continue reading John Howard’s Inadequate Opposition to Multiculturalism