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The sins of the fathers

A common feature of underdeveloped and clannish societies are feuds that can go on for hundreds of years across many generations, with nobody still...

Who’s oppressing whom?

Richard B Riddick Australia day gives rise to significant BBQ and social media chat on the subject of Australia's indigenous people. Adding metaphorical fire to...

Thought for the Day: I do not know or profess to...

Old Cliffie In yesterday's Daily Mail AU edition, the report on kids running amok in Mt. Isa is typical of their reports. They do not...

More attacks on Australia by anti-white Leftist politicians

Australian Protectionist Party Greens leader Richard Di Natale has started a new Cultural Marxist-inspired public campaign — to change the date of Australia Day. And...

Should we #ChangeTheDate of Australia Day, or #ChargeTheGreensWithTreason?

As predicted, the left has this month launched a full-scale assault on Australia Day, under the pretext that it hurts the feelings of some...

Open letter to Stan Grant

Dear Stan, I am an Australian of migrant background and mixed ethnicity. I grew up in largely ethnic communities in Melbourne’s north and have lived...

Left with Guilt

Originally published June 15, 2015. I had a wonderful discussion recently. An acquaintance informed me of her, and my guilt, for the sad plight of...

The Australian Greens Push Regressive Identity Politics

The Greens have released an advertisement promoting their candidate for Northcote in Melbourne's inner north, Lidia Thorpe, as a "great opportunity" to elect the...

Australian settlement, chess, and Pirate Pete

From time to time your author here takes time off his own massive ego and dips into the articles published by fellow XYZ contributors. One that...

Don’t welcome me to my own bloody country

This article was initially published on August 17, 2016. In 2001 I left Australia and I didn’t return for over ten years. Not long after...