The Battle of Bendigo

On August 31, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. The anti-mosque rally in Bendigo on Saturday the 29th of August saw a stunning and unprecedented rout of the Left in Australia. For the first time in perhaps forty years, nationalists, patriots and concerned members of the community outnumbered communists – and the communists retreated. The rally was held against a […]

Foreign Residential Investors, leave our homes alone!

On August 7, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

We ask this… What other group of foreigners so openly and brazenly snap up our properties? As we discussed in this earlier article, of all the “multicultural festivals” there are Melbourne, and there ARE many, it seems that for some reason the Chinese New Year festivities of 2014 just had to include not one, not […]

Communists, you’ll always lose in Melbourne: Reclaim Australia and where to now for the Left?

On July 19, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. For overseas readers, I’ll give an exposition here of what the Reclaim Australia rallies are about. The first Reclaim rally took place in April 2015 in major cities (including Melbourne and Sydney) across Australia, and like many social protest movements in this decade, were organised on social media. The rallies drew […]

Attack of the Communist Zombies!

On July 17, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

By Victor Simpson This article will look at the experiences of an Australian Nationalist who participated at the Reclaim Australia Rally on April 5th as well as the Anti-Communist Rally in Richmond on May 31st held by the UPF (United Patriots Front). In one word you would certainly have to say that the behaviour of […]

Nationalist Unity

On July 11, 2015, in Uncategorized, by natalt

By Brian O’Neil During my time in the nationalist movement I have seen and heard about group after group sprouting up and then falling apart or splintering into different groups. This constant infighting will in time kill us with the certainty of a bullet to the skull. Our inability to work together will be our […]

Neo-Bolshevism: Examinations and Criticisms of the Political Left in the 21st Century

On June 23, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Reblogged from Author’s note: All of the topics focussed upon in this essay are only covered briefly in the form of an overview, an examination of the danger they represent, and a demonstration of the correlation that exists between them and the bolshevist agenda. More in-depth essays may be produced in the future in order […]

Nationalism: What it is and why it is Essential (to your Survival)

On June 14, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Reblogged from It is important to clearly determine what a nation is before exploring nationalism as a concept. A nation is a society of people who share common bonds with one-another. These bonds stem from common heritage in the form of language, culture & religion, societal values, systems of law and, arguably most importantly of […]

Nationalist Alternative Official Statement: In Support of Unity for freedom of speech against Islamic extremism and Communist intimidation tactics.

On June 6, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

By Victor Simpson It has come to our attention via social media that “The Great Aussie Patriot” aka Shermon Burgess, leader of the United Patriots Front, has made a call to arms for all Nationalist and Patriotic groups to work together for the sake of unity. Shermon Burgess has thrown down the gauntlet to get […]

Nationalists Come Alive: The Richmond Anti-Communist Rally of May 2015

On June 4, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. The past few months have seen a stunning turnabout in the fortunes of Australian nationalism. The Reclaim Australia movement and its offshoot, UPF (United Patriots Front) have single-handedly awoken nationalism in this country after years of moribund sleep. For the first time, Australian nationalists and patriotic-minded people from all walks of […]

Five everyday activist activities

On June 1, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

Here we list five every day activist activities that anyone with even limited resources could do. Our movement cannot succeed as long as people stand around waiting for someone else to instruct them how to act.  We are not a movement which is coordinated by a few people, but a disparate movement comprising of many […]