Australian Politics · The Necessary Political Instinct

Why I support Peter Dutton

Given the impending doom mounting over Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership and the damaging, potentially fatal result of yesterday’s leadership ballot, Peter Dutton may be our next Prime Minister. As such, I’d like to explain why I support Dutton’s bid for Australia’s top job, and what makes him different from other senior liberals. Dutton has sensibly argued… Continue reading Why I support Peter Dutton

General · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Racial Tribalism

Some Questions for the Multiculturalist Establishment

Yesterday Fraser Anning delivered his maiden Senate speech, which has since been condemned across the political spectrum. Anning expressed support for the past White Australia policy, and as critics deliberately misconstrued his proposed ‘final solution’ for immigration, the speech was equated with Nazism. Never mind that those who actually fought against Nazism, virtually all agreed… Continue reading Some Questions for the Multiculturalist Establishment

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Immigration/ Multiculturalism

Andrew Hastie dare raises the Chinese Question

Last night, Andrew Hastie used his parliamentary privilege to accuse businessman Dr Chau Chak Wing of bribery. The Chinese-Australian has donated 4 million dollars to the Australian Liberal and Labor parties, and these developments have raised broader concerns about ongoing Chinese influence in our media, universities and politics. Before one addresses the scope of these intrusions… Continue reading Andrew Hastie dare raises the Chinese Question

Indigenous Australians · Race Realism

A time for hard truths

10 years has passed since then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s famous apology for the ‘Stolen Generations.’ While Rudd’s grounds for apology were dubious, and it remains unclear if Indigenous ‘Stolen Generations’ ever occurred, these areas have been previously covered here and here. Apart from anything else, Rudd’s apology was seen as the ultimate step towards… Continue reading A time for hard truths

General · Indigenous Australians

Bill Shorten shy on Oz Day support

A political opportunist to his core, Bill Shorten clearly understands the political reality of changing Australia Day. For now, Australians largely support keeping the date, and Shorten has responded accordingly. But there is enough reluctance in his recent comments, combined with a bizarre critique of Malcolm Turnbull, to conclude Shorten and Labor will support changing… Continue reading Bill Shorten shy on Oz Day support

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China

Last year, I highlighted the problem of infinitely expanding trade with China. And suggested that in a trade deal where Australia is flooded with cheap, disposable products, while China gets jobs and wealth, China comes out as the clear winner. Likewise, it appeared that when push came to shove, China would exercise a stranglehold over… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China

AHRC · Anti- White sentiment · The Regressive, Elitist, Violent Left

The Australian Human Rights Commission gone rogue

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has acted improperly in the past. But its latest advertisement, which combines Marxist anti- white theory with an inexplicably misleading portrayal of Australian professional life, brings this contemptible organisation to new lows. For the AHRC to invent victims and racial narratives to push its radical Left agenda, is a… Continue reading The Australian Human Rights Commission gone rogue

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Economic issues

Cory Bernardi slams wasteful foreign spending in the Senate

The Aussie Conservative Blog supports the tenacious, principled, consistently conservative political activism of Cory Bernardi, along with his Australian Conservatives party. And in his recent speech, Bernardi is more than correct: how can a nation continue to fund futile, globalist economic endeavours, while we are incapable of pulling our own finances into order? We hear… Continue reading Cory Bernardi slams wasteful foreign spending in the Senate

General · Nationalist themes

WA Liberal Party votes for watered-down secession motion

I supported Brexit, Calexit, but now WAxit/ Waexit is growing in momentum, amid a recent motion from the WA Liberal party. While this change will likely never happen, is speaks something to the greedy, corporatist elements within the WA Liberal party. This is not to deny that WA gets an unfavourable deal in the GST.… Continue reading WA Liberal Party votes for watered-down secession motion

Economic issues · Malcolm Turnbull

Goldfields to get cashless welfare card after report finds drinking, drug use down

Since I blogged about the trialing of cashless welfare cards for Centrelink recipients back in November 2015, results have been positive. The cards have been found to reduce alcohol and drug consumption across 2 different communities, with the Goldfields now picked to conduct this experiment. Barring future findings of this trial contradicting earlier results, these cards… Continue reading Goldfields to get cashless welfare card after report finds drinking, drug use down

Gay Marriage

Should Australia recognize gay marriage?

How can a people who universally agreed on traditional understandings of marriage ten years ago, change their opinions so dramatically? Either there has been an enormous purging of ‘homophobia’ from our society, or Australians have not thought these proposed changes through. While the elitist Guardian is refusing to listen to all anti- gay marriage campaigners, genuine… Continue reading Should Australia recognize gay marriage?

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Immigration as a Security Threat

Isn’t it odd that Waleed Aly repeatedly castigates the combatants of terrorism, rather than terrorism itself? Peculiarly, Aly seems intent on ravaging any individual who insinuates there to be some relationship between terrorism and immigration. If Australia’s favourite Muslim was for some reason ignorant about the evidence (our last three Islamic terrorist attacks have been… Continue reading Immigration as a Security Threat

Malcolm Turnbull

Bishop to cut trip short amid Libs drama

Julie Bishop cutting short a long planned trip to the Philippines, seems to suggest something dramatic is mounting within the Liberal Party. For as Malcolm Turnbull appears unable to control his backbenchers over the proposed gay marriage plebiscite, it therefore seems the Prime Minister has lost control over the Liberal partyroom. While a potential challenge… Continue reading Bishop to cut trip short amid Libs drama

Aussie Nationalist Political Philosophy/ Landmark Posts · Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull’s political suicide and historic revisionism

  Understanding the scope of Malcolm Turnbull’s extraordinary miscalculation in claiming the Liberal party is ‘not conservative’, requires a brief trip down memory lane. The year was 2013, and as this author was often swamped by rabid Leftists in his first year of University, the Aussie Conservative Blog’s ideological roots were taking hold. Meanwhile, conservatives championed… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull’s political suicide and historic revisionism

How to stop political Islam · Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull says government considering laptop ban on international flights

If Turnbull wants to ban laptops on international flights from high- security risk countries, perhaps he should jump to the chase in better securing Australians, via putting an indefinite suspension on flights from such areas? Perth Now, by Claire Bickers, May 16, 2017: MALCOLM Turnbull has confirmed the federal government is considering a ban on… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull says government considering laptop ban on international flights