'Nazis' · Adaptive Behaviour · Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Traditional Conservatism · Utopian Politics/ Progressivism

Traditional Conservatism vs Social Darwinism

It is often claimed by leftists that conservative and nationalist dissidents are in fact ‘Nazis’. Because the left is so indiscriminate with the term, this brings about something of a shared plight among all those individuals so afflicted. Meaning, that traditional conservatives have more in common with legitimate National Socialists, than progressives bent on imposing… Continue reading Traditional Conservatism vs Social Darwinism

Anti-White sentiment · Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Cardinal Pell · Conservatism · Cultural Marxism · Hegemony · Leftism

The Masters of Hegemony

By now, it is well known that the left has been winning and the right losing–for a long time. Some say this losing streak began in the 1960’s, others blame World War Two, World War One, or even the French Revolution; nevertheless, this probe is unimportant for our purposes. What is acutely important, instead, is… Continue reading The Masters of Hegemony

Conservatism · Hegemony · Traditional Conservatism

Defining Traditional Conservatism

After recently pointing out issues with conservatism of the ‘small government’ stripe, it is proper to positively stipulate the aspects of traditional conservatism. In short, traditional conservatism could be understood to entail: Rejecting ideology as a cure to mankind’s ills; Preserving ancient moral traditions and norms, even if these conflict with the political and cultural… Continue reading Defining Traditional Conservatism

'Small Government' Conservatism · Conservatism · Cultural Marxism · Culture War · Leftism · Liberalism · Libertarian issues · The Patrick Buchanan Power Struggle

The Conservative Retreat From the Public Sphere

I wrote last this month: In our liberal democracy, issues that carry an abiding potential for violence are downplayed. This is seen in the phenomenon of ‘conscience’ votes, whereby politicians mitigate terse disagreements by simply abdicating the fight for deeply held moral beliefs. This retreat from upholding morality in the public sphere is marked among… Continue reading The Conservative Retreat From the Public Sphere

'Small Government' Conservatism · Conservatism · Hegemony · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes

Why the Centre-Right Will Not Do

I have a friend that is fairly well connected in the Liberal party. He often reproaches me for not supporting Scott Morrison, arguing him to be the ‘best alternative’. True, Scott Morrison is preferable to recent predecessors: Turnbull, Abbott, Gillard, Rudd. As highlighted by Gregory Hood, however, centre-right ‘conservatives’ are desperate to keep nationalists out… Continue reading Why the Centre-Right Will Not Do

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

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 · Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Conservatism · Traditional Conservatism

The Distinction Between Contemporary and Classical Conservatism

When this blog was founded in October 2015, I described myself as a ‘conservative’. In this fledging period, I mostly blogged against Islam, ISIS, climate change, socialism, Malcolm Turnbull and Barrack Obama. Then after becoming increasingly right-wing, I detached myself from the conservative label. Yet, additional research revealed I’d jumped the gun. When defined appropriately,… Continue reading The Distinction Between Contemporary and Classical Conservatism

Identitarianism/ White Identity

Meeting Mark Latham – A Curious Identitarianism for Australia

Although I rarely criticize those on the Right fighting common enemies, the following piece makes valuable remarks regarding Mark Latham’s criticism of ‘identity politics’, and the broader rhetoric of anti- SJW talking points. In truth I like Mark Latham, his videos and positive transformation from former Labor leader to anti- SJW journalist. And on identity… Continue reading Meeting Mark Latham – A Curious Identitarianism for Australia

Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts

Assessing my political beliefs

To assess my personal ideology, I took a variety of political spectrum tests as shown below. Perhaps surprisingly, the tests indicate that I am a centrist/ centre- right ideologue. While these sort of conclusions don’t appear to be entirely accurate, they do suggest I have some inclinations towards pragmatism despite holding an overwhelmingly conservative/ nationalist… Continue reading Assessing my political beliefs