Four years have passed since I travelled to Europe; the length of a presidential term in which much can change. Indeed, much has changed in my own political views–along with many on the dissident right. Let us take a brief trip down memory lane, into the political environment of December 2015. Tony Abbott had been… Continue reading My Lessons From Berlin
I’m certainly not ready to entirely withdraw my support for Israel, particularly when considering the destabilising consequences an ascendant Hamas and Hezbollah would inflict upon the region. However, Stefan Molyneux should be credited for openly asking what many consistent conservatives/ nationalists wonder: How can Jews (eg. Ben Shapiro) openly support Israel, a blatant ethnostate, yet… Continue reading Why the Jewish hypocrisy on immigration?
An interesting discussion initially about the juvenile Young Turks and other deceptive regressive media voices, with debate then continuing to include the perennially- polarizing topic of Israel. I would leave it up to my readers to decide which individual was the most academically honest, and who won the debate.
Curiously, Leftists prove capable of surrendering their purported desires to protect minority groups, whenever social attitudes of the times suit. Could this be because these figures care little for such groups, and only utilize them for virtue signalling purposes? As of 2017, it appears this fate has been bestowed upon Jews, as epitomized by the NSW Young Greens, who no longer desire to be in the… Continue reading The Greens Israel problem
ABU YEHUDA What kind of a state are we? by Vic Rosenthal by February 3, 2017 …When the Jordanian occupation and its illegal annexation of land set aside for the Jewish people was ended in 1967, Israel did not annex Judea and Samaria, because its leadership was forced by its “friends” in Europe and the… Continue reading “24 years later and several wars and intifadas later, Israelis have finally come to realize that an exchange of land for peace won’t bring peace”
“Pope Francis Strengthens Palestinian Refusal to End Hostilities with Israel”, Gatestone Institute, January 19, 2017: Mahmoud Abbas’s activities in Rome began on January 14, with the formal opening of the Palestinian Embassy to the Vatican. The “Palestinian president,” now in the twelfth year of his four-year term, then met with Pope Francis for the third… Continue reading Pope Francis Strengthens Palestinian Refusal to End Hostilities with Israel
So long as the Palestinian authority provides assistance to terrorists and their families, why should we be sending them any aid whatsoever? Much money could be spent for far better purposes at home. While these ideas would have been more influential if proposed while he was still Prime Minister, I applaud Tony Abbott for his timely… Continue reading Tony Abbott wants foreign aid suspended to Palestinian Authority
While Australia maintains close relations with the United States, it should always remain independent to some level. Therefore, I congratulate the foreign minister on her well considered response over whether she would support the UN’s anti- Israel resolution. Further, Bishop’s response to recent events were intelligent, considering the incoming Trump administration’s unanimous support for Israel.… Continue reading Well done Australia
As President Obama recently betrayed Israel at the UN in a marked departure from conventional US foreign policy, now appears a fitting time to highlight why Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory are both legitimate and legal. MYTH “Israeli settlements are illegal.” FACT Jews have lived in Judea and Samaria—the West Bank—since ancient times. The only time… Continue reading Why Israeli settlements are permissible
This 3 minute video enumerates the many channels by which Palestinians poison the future – the radical, hateful indoctrination of children. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made this speech on September 22, 2016, before the United Nations General Assembly. http://twenty48.net/2016/12/22/benjamin-netanyahu-delivers-chilling-message/
There are not many topics that divide opinion quite like Israel. For any person interested in Middle Eastern politics and history, chances are that they either decry Israel as an ‘apartheid state’, or revere Israel as the ‘only true democracy in the Middle East’. From Israel’s biblical origins to its involvement in the modern day… Continue reading The Israel post
November 29, 2016: The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People was observed by the United Nations each year. This is the anniversary of the General Assembly’s 1947 adoption of the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine. December 1, 2016: The United Nations (UN) has passed six resolutions regarding Israel, the city of Jerusalem,… Continue reading Trend Update: UN Votes to Divide Israel, Jerusalem, and Golan Heights, December 2016