Since the creation of this site in October 2015, the content has changed: both in subject matter (and hopefully) in quality. Naturally, these exterior changes have reflected an interior ideological journey, summarised in the following viewpoints held across four distinct periods: An anti-Islam stage. A patriotic, populist stage. A pro-white, identitarian stage. A paleoconservative and… Continue reading My ideological journey
Nearly 3 years ago, this site was founded as a stridently anti-Islamic blog. My first post was written about Geert Wilders’ 2015 visit to Australia, and the crude reception he received. Since those days, I’ve shifted some focus away from Islam, primarily towards issues of immigration and identity. To be clear, my core opposition to… Continue reading Why Liberal Values Alone Cannot Defeat Islam
Gatestone Institute, by Denis MacEoin, February 24, 2018: Recently, US National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster once again downplayed the significance of faith by claiming that Islamic ideology is “irreligious”; meanwhile, up to 1.5 billion Muslims continue claiming, as they have done for 1400 years, that it is. As Stephen Coughlin, an expert on Islam, told Gatestone, “It is… Continue reading Does Jihad Really Have “Nothing to do with Islam”?
When jihadists long for the Syrian battlefield, our government should not get in the way of these fanatical desires. In fact, these wannabe terrorists should be encouraged in their pursuits, so we can begin ridding ourselves of an ever- expanding Muslim problem. When these subhuman parasites are prevented from joining ISIS’ ranks, the logical next… Continue reading Australia ‘under attack’ for 15 years from group of Muslim men, judge tells court
Wednesday morning revealed the result many had anticipated: as Australia voted for gay marriage. Meanwhile, out of this vote emerged an Islamic sub- plot. The areas that most heavily voted against gay marriage, were the Muslim parts of South- Western Sydney. Which are also predominantly Labor electorates and overall, 10 of the 17 Federal seats… Continue reading The strange place of Islam on the political spectrum
In previous blog posts, I made a comparison between the harshness of the reception faced during Geert Wilders’ visit, compared with the the appeasement and acceptance demonstrated towards Hizb ut- Tahir. I wrote; “radical Islamists such as members of the infamous Hizb ut-Tahrir, who call for a global caliphate and a destruction of the West, have no issue… Continue reading Geert Wilders situation reversed: Hizb ut- Tahir
Following the ousting of Tony Abbott last month as Prime Minister, as well as the recent electoral loss suffered by Stephen Harper and his Conservative party, the Western world has lost two freedom fighters, and democracy is far poorer for it. Last year, the relationship between the two leaders was dubbed a ‘bromance’, given the… Continue reading The end of the Bromance and its implications