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 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 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 […]

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, […]

Foreign Residential Investors, leave our homes alone!

On August 7, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

We ask this… What other group of foreigners so openly and brazenly snap up our properties? As we discussed in this earlier article, of all the “multicultural festivals” there are Melbourne, and there ARE many, it seems that for some reason the Chinese New Year festivities of 2014 just had to include not one, not […]

Gough Whitlams Legacy

On November 21, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Whitlam shaped modern Australia, his tenure being the proverbial exclamation mark which separates that Australia we know today (and for many of us, the ONLY Australia we’ve experienced), from Australia of old.  Was he a reformer, propelling Australia forward, or a dangerous, irresponsible force, or both?  His short government was undoubtedly a bolt of lightning, […]

Golden Dawn/Australia First Rally ambushed by union thugs

On May 5, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

The Nationalist Alternative Committee Introduction Nationalist Alternative look at the violence against demonstrators at the Greek Consul General in Brisbane on the 2nd of May. Union members, at the behest of left wing extremists engaged in criminal activity in the form of an unprovoked attack against activists demonstrating legally. We call upon those who are […]

Australia Day – Why we celebrate

On January 25, 2014, in Commentary, by josborne

The 26th of January, 1788, Australia Day, as we all should know, is the day that the First Fleet landed and when British colonisation began. This isn’t the date when Australia was officially established, but it was a historical turning point for our land. The arrival of the First Fleet would change the course of […]