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 […]

Reclaim Australia Rally and future strategies

On May 18, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Here we look at the Socialists, the “Antifa” and the far-Left activities, including the use of violence and the passivity of the Police force.  Do our politicians and Police turn a blind eye to Socialist crimes and thuggery, because the Socialists can always be relied upon to enforce the status quo by quelling any speech […]

Reclaim Australia Rally, Melbourne 2015: A New Hope

On April 5, 2015, in Analysis, by natalt

by Sebastian Rischbieth I.    What happened On 4th April, 2015, Reclaim Australia – a coalition of patriotic Australian groups – held a nationwide rally and day of protest against Islam. The timing couldn’t have been more appropriate, given that over a 100 Kenyan students had been massacred by the Muslim terror group al-Shabab the Friday […]

The relationship between liberalism and ego

On April 4, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

By Brian Cooper This particular article will address the constant struggle that happens within the ego of an individual living in today’s materialist, liberal democratic society. The ego is the abstract enemy however it takes physical form in the pioneers of the internationalist world-swindle. We can choose to overcome the ego inside our own minds, […]

Don’t mainstream

On March 23, 2015, in Articles, by natalt

When you become a Nationalist activist, you step out of what appears to be the mainstream. Humans are social animals, so this action is naturally uncomfortable. The temptation to go back to the safe arms of mainstream politics, mainstream ‘safe’ opinion stays with you, and some of us may eventually yield. We find reasons to […]

How to form an anti-Islam front group

On February 27, 2015, in Articles, by natalt

by Henry Macdougall I define a front group as an organisation (usually devoted to a social cause) which has been  founded by a political group wanting to keep its involvement out of the spotlight. Before the end of the Cold War, most left-leaning front groups in the US were founded and operated surreptitiously by communists. […]