Reflections on 2015

On January 5, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

The past twelve months have been an interesting, turbulent and quite active time for our movement, not just in Australia, but worldwide. This year has seen a number of significant events locally and internationally and for many of us, it appears that momentum for the Alternative Right is gaining. Here we will look at what […]

The religious war of the 21st century

On December 9, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Many remark that the violent clash between the West and Islam is a clash of civilisations, or perhaps a clash of religions.  Their thesis is that Islam is trying to impose itself on us and that we are trying to defend our way of life against this imposition.  This seems to the the position of […]

Sharks Scenting Blood: The Zios and Reclaim Australia

On November 25, 2015, in Activism, Commentary, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. The recent Paris attacks have illustrated once again that we in the West are engaged in a guerrilla war. Just as the Viet Cong depended on the Vietnamese peasantry for their support – Mao writes, ‘The guerrilla must move amongst the people as a fish swims in the sea’ – the […]

Who is responsible for White Genocide?

On November 21, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Greg Johnson of Counter Currents publishing has penned an article titled “White Genocide” which questions whether people who aren’t aware that mass immigration and assimilation could lead to Whites being assimilated out can be held responsible.  Greg takes the view that it is likely there are people who are aware of the consequences, and therefore should […]

The aftermath of the Islamists attack in Paris: Europe’s impossible dilemma

On November 17, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

The obsession in Europe about “Tolerance”, “Compassion” and “Solidarity” is more than just moral signalling, it is perhaps a symptom of a people who cannot, will not, fight. Like animals who have succumbed to predators, or who have been ejected from the herd or pack, there is little to do but lie down, accept ones […]

Nationalism in a nutshell

On October 31, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

There has been much activity in recent months in Australia by Nationalist and Civic Patriotic groups, primarily against the Islamification of the West.  While these groups may seem to share common purpose, the differences between them can appear subtle, but they are important. We have become aware of certain hostility against Nationalist Alternative and other […]

Suicide by Refugee: Europe’s Refugee Crisis

On September 17, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Germany is embarking on a program of misplaced compassion, exacerbating Europe’s refugee crisis, which will result in future chaos and trouble for the continent in the future. The Syrian refugee crisis is giving people in the West a prime opportunity to showcase bleeding heart morality and prove that no price is too high a price […]

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 […]