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Melbourne Traditionalists Episode Four: Political Journies

In this episode Mark Moncrieff from Melbourne Traditionalists interviewed me on my political journey from Liberal Party supporter to the ultra reactionary rascal I...

Time to bend over and get socialism

Today Australia will vote on whether they want hardcore socialism right now or for the slow steady boil to continue. There is a glimmer...

The real cause of the Australian road toll

This little gem caught my eye in The Australian: "* The number of Australians killed on the nation’s roads grew by 19 per cent in...

Telstra is an anti-Australian company

Once upon a time in Australia, in other words back in the dark ages of the 20th century, large corporations and public utilities would...

KFC accidentally red pills cricket fans on White Genocide

I swore I wasn't going to watch the cricket this summer after Smith, Warner and Patsy cheated, and Australia's cricket establishment, thoroughly corrupted by...

Good whites versus bad whites

Whenever I write an article on race I’ll always get someone who will respond with a comment like this one: "What if the migrant is...

Vale Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad (V.S.) Naipaul

Nathaniel Lucas The writer Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad (V.S.) Naipaul died last Sunday, Australian time. The author of nearly thirty books, Naipaul won almost every major...

Strangers in a once familiar land

An opinion piece in The Australian takes a hefty stick to the cult of multiculturalism – Multiculturalism has failed: let’s cut immigration, refugee intake....

Chess in the Asia Pacific

When playing chess, capturing a helpless pawn can sometimes waste a move and hand the initiative over to one's opponent. At other times, knocking...

The coming Indian implosion on the Melbourne property market

The good wife and I are looking to purchase a home in the country to which we are moving which is located somewhere in...