Australian Politics · Coronavirus · Economic issues · Technology · The Traditional Family · Universal Basic Income · Utopian Politics/ Progressivism

In Favour of a UBI

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

Equality · Leftism · The Traditional Family

White Leftists push to get rid of best friends: what next?

While Islamic State has been public enemy no. 1 over the past few years, white Leftists come in as a close second for their megalomanic, deranged views. One white Leftist obsession that belies rationality nearly as much as those who expect the rewards of 72 virgins after committing terrorist acts, is equality. To be clear,… Continue reading White Leftists push to get rid of best friends: what next?

The Traditional Family

Parent driven education, or Safe Schools?

Claiming that less parental input into education will liberate children’s ‘free choice’, is categorically false. Because this poorly framed apology for safe schools, ignores the forceful, confronting nature of the sexual/ gender fluid content promoted when government is left unchecked. Clearly, attempts to delegitimize parents’ place in a child’s life, is cheap cover for further… Continue reading Parent driven education, or Safe Schools?

Libertarian issues · The Traditional Family

Won’t somebody please think of the children!

The state choosing when to interfere in the parental realm, is a challenging decision to make. In truth, the state has not interfered enough in the lives of Indigenous children, who are abused at rates far beyond anything lawfully inflicted upon non Indigenous children. However, the basic assertions the following article puts forth are correct, and… Continue reading Won’t somebody please think of the children!

The Traditional Family

Feminism, Children and the Future

Sydney Traditionalist Society, August 20, 2016: During World War I, Serbia had the most casualties of any country as a percentage of the population; between 16.67% to 27.78%.1 This meant that subsequently there was a very real man shortage in Serbia. In the movie Tears for Sale by Uroš Stojanović,2 a group of women from a… Continue reading Feminism, Children and the Future