Aussie Nationalist Landmark Posts · The Right type of identity politics

Why I Use the ‘Identitarian’ Label

A short while ago, I changed this site’s tagline to include the ‘identitarian’ label. But I haven’t written anything concrete that outlines why I’ve come to use this descriptor. Until now. If I were to use any disparaging, while realistic label for some on the Right of politics, I would call them bad news merchants.… Continue reading Why I Use the ‘Identitarian’ Label

Anti- White sentiment · The Right type of identity politics

The great Leftist contradiction

Many across the broad dissident Right routinely point to the great contradiction underlying Leftist thought: that identity, culture, and history profoundly matter to people of colour, however, when even the slightest of comparable feelings are expressed for Europeans, the latter are attacked as being bigoted, racist, and engaging in behaviour from which genocide will inevitably… Continue reading The great Leftist contradiction

The Right type of identity politics

The inescapable nature of identity politics

For many on the anti- SJW Right, identity politics is an oppressive phenomenon which requires opposition at every turn. But when measured against evidence, this perspective is uncovered as deluded and contradictory to observed realities. Consider: Charlie Kirk who embodies this anti-SJW Right, exhaustively professes that identity politics is wrong because we should “judge people… Continue reading The inescapable nature of identity politics

Indigenous Australians · The Right type of identity politics

The history of Australian pygmies

Quadrant have a fascinating piece regarding the historical existence of Australian pygmies, a racially distinct group from Aboriginals as we now understand them. I suspect for many conservatives, given a pygmy presence likely indicates there have been various waves of immigration prior to 1788, the ‘one people’ historical conception of Aboriginal Australia, is reaffirmed as an… Continue reading The history of Australian pygmies

The Regressive, Elitist, Violent Left · The Right type of identity politics

The Right- Liberal problem with identity politics

It is important to critique an anti- Western, vindictive, jealous ideology incapable of basic survival, that decries the womb as a patriarchal construct. But adopting real problems for the civilisational crises’ grappling the West, will require more than mocking a few shrieking, brainwashed Social Justice Warriors. Nor for the reasons Oz Conservative brilliantly describes, is… Continue reading The Right- Liberal problem with identity politics

Anti- White sentiment · The Right type of identity politics

Why White Fragility is Nonsense: Part 2

Whites are disproportionately and inaccurately blamed for historic sins: We hear plenty about the Trans- Atlantic slave trade, and of the wicked crimes committed. While these were reprehensible acts, little is ever mentioned of local African cooperation to make this practice possible. Similarly, it is seldom acknowledged the Arab slave trade was longer and more damaging… Continue reading Why White Fragility is Nonsense: Part 2

Freedom of speech · The Regressive, Elitist, Violent Left · The Right type of identity politics

Responding to the madness in Charlottesville

With much of the news cycle dominated by #UniteTheRight rally and subsequent protests which led to the deaths of several people, these events deserve some critical attention. It seems that on such an angry, divisive occasion, no- one (aside from extremist agitators on either side of the spectrum), was able to benefit from such a… Continue reading Responding to the madness in Charlottesville

The Right type of identity politics

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