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 […]

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 […]

­Economics without class division: A political program for the 21st century

On June 30, 2013, in Articles, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy Economic class distinctions have always been, and will always be, a threat to the nation. The modern man, without knowing they belong to a nation fails to grasp the threat, as he is only shown his nation in statist terms. Therefore they believe whatever is good for the government, is good for […]

A Racialist Confronts Ayn Rand: Objectivism and the Rebirth of Implicit Whiteness

On April 2, 2013, in Commentary, Uncategorized, by admin

by David Haenke I. Ayn Rand and the Whites Ayn Rand’s work and life (and the cult which she formed around her ideas – ‘The Collective’) present a number of themes which are of interest to the nationalist intellectual: Jewishness, Anglo-Saxon-ness, neoliberalism, Nietzscheanism, cultism, individualism, Modernist architecture, aesthetics… Her political stances late in her life […]

Australia selling residency to Asian millionaires.

On November 24, 2012, in Commentary, by josborne

by Jim Osborne. The government, with the support of the Coalitions immigration spokesman, Scott Morrison, is introducing a new style of visa, one that will see wealthy Asian businessmen be able to buy a place in Australia for $5 million.  We have often mentioned how our country, our future and our lifestyle is being sold […]

Gina’s Media Grab

On July 20, 2012, in Commentary, by admin

by Jim Osborne The flailing Fairfax media empire has caught the interest of billionaire mining heiress Gina Rinehart. A woman who had the financial acumen of choosing Lang Hancock as a father, the kind of smart decision making which many think makes one worthy of the wealth of ten thousand labourers. The worlds richest woman […]

Joe Hockey’s hack at welfare

On April 24, 2012, in Commentary, by admin

By Jim Osborne. Joe Hockey has called for an end to the age of entitlements in Australia recently on the Lateline television show.  He was on Lateline discussing a speech he gave in London, where he both boasted about Australia’s financial position and simultaneously spoke of the need for Australia to “compete” with our geographic […]

Nationalists and the Markets

On November 25, 2011, in Analysis, Commentary, by admin

by David Ellerton ‘You have to choose between trusting the natural stability of gold and the honesty and intelligence of members of the government. With due respect for these gentlemen, I advise you, as long as the capitalist system lasts, to vote for gold’. –George Bernard Shaw, 1928 1. Introduction Recently, nationalist comrades have been […]

Overpaid, and loving it.

On November 9, 2011, in Analysis, Commentary, Uncategorized, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy The world is stagnating after the Global Financial Crisis of 2008.  The cowboy bandits of Wall Street, the architects of the GFC, perhaps the only accomplishment outside of growing their own portfolio, got off basically scott free.  Many are expecting Global Financial Crisis Mark II.  As every cloud comes with a proverbial […]

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 – […]