While much of the past 30 years has been dedicated towards building colourless societies, these attempts have often failed. After Nelson Mandela proclaimed his country to be a ‘rainbow nation’, recent decades have seen increasing hostility between South Africa’s white and black populations. Additionally, the 2008 election of Barrack Obama was supposed to symbolize the… Continue reading Is ethnonationalism the way forward?
Australian property developer Tim Gurner recently caused a furor amongst Australian millennials, when he suggested the group has unrealistic expectations of the housing market. “There is no question we are at a point now where the expectations of younger people are very, very high,” he said. “They want to eat out every day, they want to… Continue reading Are Millennials the spoilt generation?
In the aftermath of Brexit, CANZUK International has proposed establishing freedom of movement between the countries of Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (CANZUK). If realized, this proposal would see CANZUK citizens all obtaining the right to live, work and study in any CANZUK country. The framers of this potential agreement have considered the existing Trans- Tasman Travel Arrangement… Continue reading The possibility of free movement between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom
Approximately 5 months after the SBS glorified cross- cultural collaborations between a Perth imam and the Anglican Church, this alliance has come crashing down in an embarrassing fashion. As despite all the wonderful notions once presented about Feizel Chothia, it turns out that even designated posterboy Muslims representing the eternal religion of peace, are not so peaceful. More… Continue reading Imam given space to worship at an Anglican church justifies the KILLING of Muslims who renounce their faith under Islamic law
After seismic waves of right wing populism have swept across the Western world, now appears a good time to replicate the same here. So while One Nation has experienced a controversy- laden rise in the polls, the time has come more generally for Australian people and politicians alike to put their own citizens first, and for an ‘Australia First’ ideology to… Continue reading Why we should put Australia first
While I don’t wish our foreign policy to be purely based upon idealism or measures of democratic health, the future for Australia- India relations should be bright considering our historic and current similarities. While written in 2014, the following article provides an interesting insight into the state of contemporary Indian politics and of the nation’s leader:… Continue reading The future for India- Australia relations?
As Islam promotes strict segregation between men and women, we now see Muslim Australians acting upon this in our schools. And as has occurred in the past, we have one set of rules for Muslims, and another set for non- Muslims. But surely our Education Department would at least disagree with this outdated, feudal practice? Think… Continue reading Muslim public schoolboys ‘excused’ from shaking hands with women
After Yasmmin Abdel- Magied recently came into the public spotlight, an article she wrote in 2014 has resurfaced, which responded to those who supposedly ‘misunderstood Sharia’. Needless to say, her article is abusively dishonest, and completely whitewashes the barbarities of Sharia law. So I will outline Abdel- Magied’s deceptions which were particularly egregious, and then post her… Continue reading Yassmin Abdel- Magied and her untold lies
Isn’t it curious how leftist, Islamopologist types naturally gravitate towards leeching off government resources, whilst conservatives generally raise incomes through the private sector? Might this have anything to do with the fact that conservatives maintain a firmer grip on reality and better understand the real world? Regardless, that taxpayers were billed for Yassmin Abdel-Magied tour… Continue reading Taxpayers billed for Q&A activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s grand tour of Islamic regimes
Did the Australian government pay heed to the idea of ignoring Indonesia after the row over ‘offensive training material’? Unfortunately not, as instead, our Defence Minister has announced an ‘investigation’ into the incident. If we are truly interested in investigating something that ‘offended’ Indonesia, a country which practices female genital mutilation, and lashes females for being… Continue reading Poor move from Australia
Earlier today, Indonesia suspended its military cooperation with Australia after a ‘training material insult’. This action came despite our nation’s sincere apologies, and that reportedly the training material which so easily insulted our northern neighbour, was not an official document. When dealing with reasonable countries, this sounds like an odd set of circumstances. But Indonesia has a proven track record… Continue reading Indonesia cancels its military cooperation with Australia
Australia’s basic democratic principles and culture, were forged both internally and from the influences of Britain. Moreover, when Australia breached the civil rights of Aboriginals or committed other wrongdoings, it was Australians who converged to remedy the problems, not foreign bodies or international organisations. Basically, Australia was made great because of Australian people and the well-… Continue reading The gradual relinquishing of our national sovereignty
Congratulations to our outstanding law enforcement and counter terrorism agencies for detecting this plot. Despite a difficult task, these agencies have performed excellently well in counter terrorism operations during the past few years, and for that we owe a great debt. Other than that, this is only another day for Melbourne, a city of the increasingly… Continue reading Another day in Melbourne, Australia
Increasingly, the debate over immigration is becoming divided along nativist and globalist lines. Whereas the globalists seek to place the interests of newcomers and outsiders first, the nativists instead aim to prioritize the existing inhabitants of their country. And should the right focus on championing the needs of the Australian people (in a similar fashion to Donald Trump’s… Continue reading The impacts of immigration
As a fledgling nation throughout the 20th century and as one that remains relatively young and small today, Australia has historically seeked the friendship of the two great powers over this period: Britain and the United States. Perhaps there have been times that Australia has taken these historic and/ or current alliances for granted, or merely… Continue reading Our first big brother: Britain