To love your country, make it more lovable.

On April 4, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, Uncategorized, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy Nationalism for the people. Nationalism is often associated with an unwavering national pride, with a love of country, of their nation and unquestionable loyalty. Strong feelings of patriotism, which would be more accurately termed strong feelings of allegiance are usually just called ‘Nationalist’ feelings and these are often caricatured in the media […]

The Nuclear Debate Reignited

On March 24, 2011, in Articles, Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy The nuclear debate has arisen once more, not that it ever left. With the continuing tragedy in Japan from the earthquake and subsequent tsunami, focus has been on the nuclear power plants damaged by the Earth’s rumblings. The Fukishima plant has had three explosions since the quake less than a week ago […]

Dialectics of the Gringo

On February 26, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, Uncategorized, by admin

by David Ellerton (In this essay, I shall be looking at the phenomenon of political correctness and cultural-Marxism, and one possible intellectual response to it, from the work of a French philosopher, Gilles Deleuze. The issues involved can be potentially too abstract for some, so I shall resolve to bring them down to earth – […]

Nietzsche and the Revenge of the Non-Whites

On January 31, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Uncategorized, by admin

by David Ellerton Philosophy and politics don’t usually mix. But sometimes philosophy can shed light, in an interesting way, on political problems. The philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche, I believe, can be applied to one serious political problem afflicting the West today: I am speaking of the desire, of millions of non-white immigrants to the West, […]

National Veganism, Paganism and Environmentalism

On December 31, 2010, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, by admin

by David Ellerton In the year 2010, we saw another farcical election in Australia. The two major parties were so boring, and so out of touch with the public’s feelings, that neither of them could secure a majority. The parties were out of touch, especially on the immigration issue. The Howard and Rudd governments, in […]

Free Market Fallacy

On November 30, 2010, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy The Free Market. The ideological pinnacle of neo-liberalism, the idea which will give wealth to all, eliminate poverty, create every kind of good and service imaginable, cure disease, make the trains run on time, save the environment and bring unicorns back from extinction. It is touted as the economical panacea, the cure […]

Beware the Faux Anti-Globalists

On October 30, 2010, in Articles, Commentary, Foreign Commentary, by admin

by Tom Sinclair 1. What every nationalist politician needs We nationalists certainly have a radical program – if by radical we mean uprooting the tendencies and habits which have formed in the West over the past thirty years. The chief tendency, which we oppose is, of course, multiculturalism and mass non-white immigration into the West […]

Home Sweet Hell, how Australians are being priced out of their own nation

On September 30, 2010, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy Anyone with a worldly outlook and an independent mind would be acutely aware of how the media play a pivotal role in determining for other people what is to be considered an issue and what isn’t. The media set the tone of discussion. If the media brings something up, it must be […]

Why support Nationalist Alternative

On August 25, 2010, in Articles, Commentary, Uncategorized, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy A Fresh Political Alternative For many Australians, it strikes them as odd, and constricting, as to how a supposedly democratic system at election time, really only offers two possible choices. Come election time, its a choice between Labor or Liberal, with minor parties vying for protest votes. Most Australians are aware that […]

Using Refugees to belittle the Immigration Debate

On July 23, 2010, in Articles, Commentary, Uncategorized, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy “Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Boat People are used as a way to release pressure from the real immigration debate”. It seems that recently Australia has  rediscovered its obsession with asylum seekers.  News stories now abound of how more boats are on the way, of how asylum seekers (always by boat, not by […]