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 Battle of Brisbane: Nationalists, Fight Them Back

On May 6, 2014, in Analysis, by natalt

Rory Venning Introduction Readers of the Nationalist Alternative website have written to us asking for our opinions on the recent assault on members of Australia First and the Australian chapter of the Greek Golden Dawn in Brisbane last week – an assault carried out by rogue elements of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, […]

Hume Council approves Mosque next to Church

On August 29, 2013, in Analysis, Commentary, by natalt

By Jim Osborne Recently protests have occurred in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne when the Hume City Council approved plans for a Mosque to be built, of all places, next to a Christian Church. Councils in Australia have generally not been too concerned with the impact that Mosques have on the community. Nationalist Alternative were […]

Tony Abbott aspires to banish the Greens this Federal Election

On August 14, 2013, in Analysis, by natalt

by Jim Osborne Tony Abbott has recently challenged Mr Rudd to be “man enough” to preference the Greens last, just as Abbott has directed the Liberal party to do. His intent is to prevent the Greens MP Adam Bandt from being reelected this Federal Election. Putting Labor, Abbotts biggest rival, before the Greens is a […]

Subdivision and the vanishing Australian housing dream:

On July 29, 2013, in Analysis, Articles, by natalt

By Michael Kennedy As one looks at many of the new dwellings popping up around Melbourne, and as it would be in other major capital cities, one instantly notes how many units are on what was once a single residential property. That old house down the road being sold, is likely going to be bulldozed […]

Why I am not a White Nationalist

On June 14, 2013, in Analysis, Commentary, by natalt

by Timothy Wentworth I have been asked by readers of the Nationalist Alternative site, NatAlt.Org, to elaborate on the ideas in my previous article, Rise Up, Southern Man – and Earn the Hatred of Our Enemies. Here I will do so, at the risk of repeating some themes. We know that America has dominated Europe […]

Thatcher and the Nationalists

On April 29, 2013, in Analysis, Commentary, by natalt

by Nicholas Haswell 1. Introduction A few weeks have passed since Thatcher’s death, and so I thought it would be appropriate to write something on her from a nationalist perspective. This article, however, aims to offer something different from the usual ‘Thatcher tricked Britons into not voting for the National Front’ line peddled by so […]

Rise Up, Southern Man – And Earn the Hatred of Our Enemies

On November 18, 2012, in Analysis, Commentary, by admin

by Timothy Wentworth The recent US elections have really shaken up the American Far Right: what we’re seeing here is a paradigm shift. The consensus is (from Steve Sailer, Kevin MacDonald, John Derbyshire, VDare, Occidental Dissent, American Renaissance and others) that the white voters, primarily in the northern and eastern states, did Romney and the […]

Obama: The Broken Man

On November 8, 2012, in Analysis, by admin

by David Ellerton In my office building today, I passed by a television playing Obama’s victory celebrations. Watching it was an African immigrant, who said in my hearing: ‘I’m glad Obama won because he’s black… Yay!’. Standing up for Obama is a question of racial solidarity. It doesn’t matter that Afro-Americans have been suffering record […]

Islamists Gone Wild: ‘The Innocence of Muslims’, the Jewish lobby and QE3

On September 18, 2012, in Analysis, Commentary, by admin

by Jayden Drury [editors note:  Nationalist Alternative are presenting two articles from two of our regular contributors, who each have a unique analysis of the recent Muslim rioting  in Sydney and around the world.] Fouad Ajami asks ‘Why is the Arab world so easily offended?’ (The Washington Post, 14/09/12). It’s a legitimate question to ask. […]