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 […]

A new age

On May 27, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

By Patrick Bailey, We now bear witness to the beginning of the turning tide. The cultural shift has started in the West, and its momentum grows ever stronger as the mainstream begins to open its eyes to the grand betrayal of our ethnic identity. Australia has the best chance of all, in the current climate, […]

Islands of Nationalism in a Globalist world

On May 11, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

Marine LePen has said about our current struggle that “It’s no longer left vs right but nationalism vs globalism”. This more accurately describes the key political divisions today than “left vs right”. That is not to say that there isn’t a Left/Right divide, there most definitely is, but that the Left/Right divide doesn’t have the […]

Globalism: The final nail in the coffin of Australian Universities.

On April 6, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by Quintillion Jonson Q: When did the academic standard of Australian Universities start to become so bad? A: Under the Howard government. This was the biggest expansion in non-European immigration and the beginning of seeing education as an “export commodity”. This was also the time when the number of universities started to expand; Footscray Tech […]

Questions for the British Left, on Brexit, the EU and ‘Freedom of Movement’

On February 19, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

by Patrick Daws Andrew Coates of the Tendance Coatesy Left Socialist Blog opposes Brexit and has written a series of pieces championing ‘Freedom of Movement’ (as guaranteed by the EU’s Schengen Agreement) as a socialist value. I’ll be commenting on that position – which strikes me as being rather peculiar and un-socialist – in this […]

Anarcho-Capitalism and Nationalism

On January 31, 2017, in Commentary, by natalt

Guest article by Ken Chatfield Economically ‘right wing’ positions such as Anarcho-Capitalism and Laissez Faire Free Markets are often adopted by those on the right-wing fringe of politics such as the Alt-Right and Nationalists and patriots. These economic positions are seen as better alternatives to “Socialism”, “Communism” and “Big Government” (which to many people are […]

Syria 2016, and Who Shall Be King of the Kebabs, Lord of the Lebs?

On December 12, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

by Brayden Wawn I. From 1975 to 1990, Lebanon was engaged in a chaotic and ferocious civil war, the belligerents of which belonged to a bewildering array of ethnic, religious, national and religious factions. The conflict saw one serious consequence for Australia: the arrival, in the late 1970s, of 30,000 Lebanese refugees, who were allowed […]

The Alt-Rights battle has just begun

On November 24, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

Donald Trumps elections should not be seen as a victory, but rather a message to us all, that we are needed and need to begin our work. Trump has been seen as a candidate amenable to the Alt-Right and to Nationalists, for reasons that we don’t believe require repeating. We may to tempted to believe […]