An encounter with a “Chinese Property Tour” in Melbourne

On February 15, 2018, in Activism, by natalt

Here are some images submitted by a supporter recently of strange activity in the suburb of Clayton, Melbourne. The picture appear to be of a tour group of Asians, very likely Chinese, who were ferried by bus to Clayton Road to inspect houses. We know that such “property tours” have become more and more frequent […]

Cory Bernardi, Spotify and future strategies

On January 23, 2018, in Commentary, by natalt

by Michael Kennedy The action taken against Cory Bernardi and his Spotify Australia playlist serve as a good example of how Cultural Leftism exerts its power and maintains its ability to force its agenda on others. The story is that Australian Conservatives created a Spotify playlists of Australian songs for the purpose of celebrating Australia […]

Modern Age Cynicism

On December 31, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by Bradley Anderson Among the personal characteristics of those who identify as Nationalists, a cynicism towards the Modern Age would most definitely be enumerated. That cynicism is stronger in individuals who see Nationalism as something more than functional, that is, those who are more than mere Civic Nationalists. Many movements and ideas born in the […]

The Spirit of Eureka and Unity in Australian Nationalism

On December 5, 2017, in Uncategorized, by natalt

As delivered at the Australian Nationalist Conference of 2017 This is a transcript of the speech one of the Nationalist Alternative delegates gave at the Eureka Day Reclamation Nationalist Conference on Sunday the 3rd of December, 2017 in Ballarat, Victoria. By Matt O’Callaghan Firstly I wish to thank you all, once again, for attending and […]

Our Path

On November 28, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

By Chris Taylor Like most Australians midweek, I found myself at the supermarket picking up a few household items. This night turned out to not, however, be the usual mundane aisle wandering I had expected but a very jarring insight into who we are as a nation and our history. A highly lucid octogenarian stopped […]

Fascism’s Trotsky

On November 15, 2017, in Articles, by natalt

by Oliver Hannah Book review of Julius Evola, ‘Notes on the Third Reich’ (Arktos Media, 2013) I. Introduction I would rather live in a world in which I did not have to discuss Julius Streicher and his infamous anti-Semitic tabloid Der Stürmer (which got him hanged at Nuremberg), but recent events have forced that insalubrious […]

The Ghosts of the Australia First Movement

On October 31, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by Oliver Hannah Book review: Muirden, Bruce, The Puzzled Patriots: The Story of the Australia First Movement, Melbourne University Press, 1968 I. Introduction We need here a Mahomet, a Hideyoshi, a Cromwell – or a Hitler – a man of harsh vitality, a born leader, a man of action, not one sicklied o’er with the […]

The Black Pill: Yockey and the End of History

On September 30, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by James Shellshear Francis Parker Yockey was born a hundred years ago this September, and his masterpiece, Imperium, was written seventy years ago this year. It is appropriate, then, to re-examine Yockey’s work and ask the question: did his predictions turn out to be right? Yockey believed, at the time of writing Imperium, that the […]

Global Capitalism or Nationalism: Choose one

On August 31, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by Michael Kennedy It should be evidently clear to all now, that by and large, big business, large corporations and the majority of entrepreneurs and businessmen who earn wealth through consumption, whether consumption of physical goods or of services and land. The Gerry Harveys, Frank Lowys, Harry Triguboffs and Gina Reinharts of our nation are […]

r/K selection – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

On July 31, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by Brian McInnerny Certain segments of the Alt-Right/Conservative political sphere have discovered and appropriated the r/K selection theory which was a concept introduced to Biological Science in the 1970’s. The theory was popularised, and subsequently partly supplanted by the Life History Strategies model over 20 years ago. The application in right wing/conservative politics can be […]