Freedom of speech

Scott Morrison doesn’t understand conservative Australians

Treasurer Scott Morrison has in recent weeks warned against reforming section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, arguing that it ‘doesn’t create one job’. What a sad state our federal politics has come to, if attempts to further our rights to freedom of speech, are being deemed unimportant because they do not result in immediate economic benefits.… Continue reading Scott Morrison doesn’t understand conservative Australians

Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes

The new battleground for conservative politics

Marine Le Pen once claimed that there was “no longer a left and right. Now there is only globalists and nationalists.” While these comments came some years ago, they have proved prophetic when considering the shifting identities of politics across the West. Of course, Left- wing and Right- wing remain commonly used labels, utilized by those who categorize according to traditional political… Continue reading The new battleground for conservative politics

Paleoconservative issues

The manifesto of the alt- right

After hearing plenty about this so called ‘alt- right’, I recently read Breitbart’s manifesto for the movement. My impressions? I couldn’t agree with everything put forward in the piece, but by in large its ideology seems to resemble my own. While there were many, I found three points in the article particularly insightful. Ironically, the alt… Continue reading The manifesto of the alt- right

Economic issues

The argument for fiscal conservativism

In modern times, debt crises’ grappling Western countries have risen to become forefront political issues. Given this environment, I will outline my case as to why lesser government spending is generally the appropriate course of action. In our increasingly diverse countries, all rational individuals remain united by a shared driving factor: self interest. Fundamentally, all people… Continue reading The argument for fiscal conservativism