Culture War · Feminism/ Male rights · Gender Relations · Liberalism

An Open Assault on Stay at Home Mothers

There is a fascinating clip making the rounds on Twitter from The Today Show. This clip is fascinating in making abundantly explicit what is often implicit: the great contempt held by cultural elites (including the media) for stay-at-home-mothers. This clip can be seen in full below. In a nutshell, it shows panel members of The… Continue reading An Open Assault on Stay at Home Mothers

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · China · Coronavirus · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Scott Morrison · United Nations

Inadequate Answers to the Coronavirus Epidemic

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

Ethnonationalism · Identitarianism/ White Identity · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Racial Tribalism and Conflict

An Untenable Arrangement

There is an Asian who frequents my gym, who I have somewhat amicable relations with. Yesterday after half-jokingly deriding him for the role of Chinese food in the Coronavirus epidemic, came a revealing response. He dismissed my criticism, praising food recently enjoyed in Singapore during the *Chinese New Year* celebrations. From this person and most… Continue reading An Untenable Arrangement

Climate change/ Energy · Scott Morrison

Why I Suspect Foul Play

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

Democracy · Syria · The Donald Trump Presidency

Caveating Criticism of Democracy

I wanted to draw out the thrust of my last post ‘The Sham of Democracy’, in which elections were criticised as being “largely meaningless.” While this remains accurate, a more complete picture requires some nuance to be added. Elections are largely meaningless, but this is different from them being completely meaningless. Because it is the… Continue reading Caveating Criticism of Democracy

Democracy · The Donald Trump Presidency

The Sham of Democracy

Alternative Hypothesis recently produced two brilliant videos concerning the true nature of democracy. In them, he demonstrates that democracies are less likely to enact the will of the people than dictatorships. The full videos can be found here and here; I obviously exhort my readers to watch them. In addition to the video’s substance, three… Continue reading The Sham of Democracy

Conservatism · Liberalism · The 2020's · Utopian Politics/ Progressivism

Liberal Authoritarianism

As an ideology, Liberalism is most distinguishable in its conception of human nature. Liberals have an optimistic view of humanity, regarding it to have an abiding potential for good that augments over time. In Reflections of an Australian Liberal, F.W. Eggleston captures this idea: I am an optimist, for I believe that the human mind,… Continue reading Liberal Authoritarianism

'Nazis' · Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Islam in Europe · Israel · Jewish Influence · Malcolm Turnbull · My European experiences with Islam · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes

My Lessons From Berlin

Four years have passed since I travelled to Europe; the length of a presidential term in which much can change. Indeed, much has changed in my own political views–along with many on the dissident right. Let us take a brief trip down memory lane, into the political environment of December 2015. Tony Abbott had been… Continue reading My Lessons From Berlin

Anti-White sentiment · Cultural Marxism · Racial Tribalism and Conflict · Ted Kaczynski · The Patrick Buchanan Power Struggle · The White Left · Utopian Politics/ Progressivism

What Drives Leftist Belief

We hear much about Scott Morrison’s ‘quiet Australians’, a description with some basis. There are many hard-working, decent people naturally directed to conservative ideas in the face of an ever-domineering, hubristic Left. Equally, it is inaccurate to conclude that conservatives are among the ascendant. Many Australians, particularly those in elite institutions, are resolutely Left wing.… Continue reading What Drives Leftist Belief

Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Identitarianism/ White Identity

In Defence of White Identity

Note: The below referenced Daily Braap episode is presently unavailable. If and when it goes back online, this post will be updated accordingly. As arises from any time of internal conflict, this year’s turmoil on the Dissident Right has produced various demarcation lines. These disjunctures are such that, our political sphere can be accurately divided… Continue reading In Defence of White Identity

Christianity and faith related issues · Conservatism · Traditional Conservatism

A Wisdom Beyond Physical Facts

In the Conservative Mind, Russell Kirk has a chapter on two prominent 19th century British conservatives: Benjamin Disraeli and John Newman. Drawing upon their works that questioned if knowledge could be wholly obtained through scientific means, Kirk closes by exhorting conservatives to embrace a “wisdom beyond physical facts which supplants doubt by assent.” In a… Continue reading A Wisdom Beyond Physical Facts

'Small Government' Conservatism · Australian Politics · Conservatism · Culture War · Drag Queens

Why Conservatives Lose

Saturday, I referred to ‘Drag Queen Storytime’ now hosted in the Perth public library. As prior outlined, because of unbridled private obsession, the elites can ferment disturbing trends–such as ‘Drag Queen Storytime’–and essentially avoid scrutiny for their iniquities. However broadly unabated the sexualisation of children may be, there exists *some* political opposition to this phenomenon.… Continue reading Why Conservatives Lose

Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Australian Politics · Culture War · Democracy · Drag Queens · Gay Marriage · Liberalism · Our Guy · Pedophilia

Securing The Democratic Regime

Democracy is defined as a “system in which power is vested in the people and exercised by them through freely elected representatives.” Under our Liberal hegemony, this system is presupposed as moral: of course ‘the people’ should be politically empowered. Yet, just as ‘free speech’ advocates only practice their principles to a tolerable degree, democratists… Continue reading Securing The Democratic Regime

Aboriginals · Anti-White sentiment · The White Left · Utopian Politics/ Progressivism

The True White Privilege

I recently attended a talk by Justice Thackray, a former Chief Judge of the Family Court of Western Australia. During which, Justice Thackray described his 2018-19 efforts, in delivering family law access to Aboriginals of the East Pilbara. Fulfilling the maligned ‘Boomer’ ethos, Justice Thackray vaunted his time spent aiding Aboriginal people for a license:… Continue reading The True White Privilege

Liberalism · Utopian Politics/ Progressivism

Adam Smith on Morality

Adam Smith, in The Theory of Moral Sentiments, set out what has since become a leading defence for Liberal, secularist morality. Smith opined it was individual self-interest that held together the moral order of society. As part of individual self-interest, humans–due to their value placed in social relationships–desire the approval of others. To acquire this… Continue reading Adam Smith on Morality