Australian Historical Figures: Redmond Barry

On November 7, 2018, in Articles, by natalt

This is the third in a series of articles on Australian historical figures submitted to Nationalist Alternative by guest writer James. For those of us who live in or visit Melbourne, we often see statues and grand public buildings which if we pause to ponder, activates a sense of awe and pride. Awe for the […]

Australian Historical Figures: Sir Edmund Barton

On August 16, 2018, in Commentary, by natalt

This is the third in a series of articles on Australian historical figures submitted to Nationalist Alternative by guest writer James. Sir Edmund (Toby) Barton was Australia’s first Prime Minister. Born on 18 January 1849 in Glebe, Sydney, he was the third son of William Barton and Mary Louisa. Known to his schoolmates as “Toby”, […]

The Falstaff of the Far Right: The Life and Times of Harold Covington

On August 11, 2018, in Commentary, by natalt

by Cooper O’Connor Harold Covington… is currently using the pseudonym “Winston Smith” as well as his own name… He is 37 years old, is grossly overweight, and has hobbied over the years with some of the most bizarre and disgusting characters in the lunatic fringe of the “movement”… Because the Church of the Creator had […]

Australian Historical Figures: Sir Edward Weary Dunlop

On July 12, 2018, in Articles, by natalt

This is the second in a series of articles on Australian historical figures submitted to Nationalist Alternative by guest writer James. Sir Edward Weary Dunlop was a veteran of the Second World War. He served as an Army surgeon and gained his reputation treating wounded Australian inmates on the Thai-Burma railway. Born on 12 July […]

Australian Historical Figures: Francis de Groot

On June 3, 2018, in Individual Contributors, by natalt

This is the first in a series of articles on Australian historical figures submitted to Nationalist Alternative by guest writer James. EARLY LIFE Francis De Groot is known for his actions at the Sydney Harbour Bridge in which he upstaged the then Premier of NSW Jack Lang by cutting the ribbon of the bridge himself. […]

The Nationalist Red Pill

On May 21, 2018, in Commentary, by natalt

by Michael Kennedy The Red Pill The Red Pill/Blue Pill metaphor, lifted from the 1999 movie “The Matrix” has become a very popular metaphor in recent years in alternative politics. The woke red-pilled are those who have chosen not to believe mainstream narratives. They supposedly differ from the blue pilled normies, which are ensconced by […]

Don’t be fooled by feigned hard-line stances from politicians.

On April 30, 2018, in Commentary, by natalt

Beware the political sweetness being peddled by the Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton to Australians. Peter Dutton stated, with regards to immigration that more focus should be put on whether we are bringing in the right people, and whether they are integrating. “I think, frankly, the more productive debate is around who we’re bringing in, […]

Alternative Position on South African Refugees

On March 31, 2018, in Analysis, by natalt

Here we shall put forward an alternative position regarding the South African refugees, which in this case are White people, which is not what immediately comes to mind when the word refugee is used. It should be made clear here that Nationalist Alternative is not advocating denying any Boers entry to Australia, or that White […]

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 […]