Why Not Talk About The War? Or, Why Europe Needs an Exorcism

On May 31, 2016, in Articles, by natalt

by Christian Gale I. There are two types of nationalist politicians: those who (like Basil Fawlty in the classic Fawlty Towers episode, ‘The Germans’) implore others not to mention the war and those who do. I belong in the latter category. Viktor Orbán, the formidable prime minister of Hungary and a man who by any […]

Trump, Gold and the Stock Market

On April 28, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

by Jonathan Byron I. Most of the left-wing and right-wing media contemplates the possibility of a Trump presidency with trepidation: they view it as their undoing – or rather, the undoing of the Western ruling class (to which they belong). I agree with them: a Trump presidency would turn their world upside down. To explain. […]

White Genocide vs White Dispossession

On April 11, 2016, in Commentary, by admin

Tomislav Sunic has written on The Occidental Observer a Comment on White genocide/White dispossession, where he discusses issues concerning the use of the term White Genocide. We must preface this article by acknowledging that Dr Sunic neither denies that White Genocide is occurring, he emphatically agrees that it is, nor justifies or supports it. Dr […]

Brussels Terror: Moving from grief to defence

On March 28, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

We have seen enough terror events in Western nations to pick up on definite patterns on how people respond to them. In a vigorous healthy society, its members might show concern about threats to fellow nationals, they might be pledging to defend them and keep them safe from harm by addressing the enemy in their […]

Individualism Vs Selflessness in the Nationalist movement

On February 26, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

By Ronald Milton This article shall discuss the various aspects of why there are often so many clashes between people on a personal level and why it is crucial to be more cautious when finding people who are of good quality to be involved with your political organisation. Firstly let us provide definitions on what […]

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 […]