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?
In countering critics of liberalism, the establishment left and right tend to mirror each other. This shared defence ostensibly goes along the following lines: Liberalism may have caused significant social, economic and cultural disruption. But these changes must remain impeded lest we irrationally resist the inevitable arc of history. Whatever costs–imposed on the family, religion,… Continue reading Why Liberalism is Insufficient
I wanted to draw out a recent post regarding attacks launched by the Today Show against Brooke Smith, a stay-at-home Australian mother. This post ended with the following: As women become financially self-contained and further to this, ape masculine attributes–assertiveness, abrasiveness, boldness–their appeal dissipates in the eyes of men. This is because distinction, rather than… Continue reading The Solution to Obnoxious Women
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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