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 […]

Trump, Gold and the Stock Market

On April 28, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

by Jonathan Byron I. Most of the left-wing and right-wing media contemplates the possibility of a Trump presidency with trepidation: they view it as their undoing – or rather, the undoing of the Western ruling class (to which they belong). I agree with them: a Trump presidency would turn their world upside down. To explain. […]

The 2014 budget is a waste of a prime opportunity

On October 12, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Australia is in both a rather fortunate and unfortunate position.  We have a reasonable financial position when compared to the rest of the word due to escaping the GFC and having experienced a mining boom.  We are in a somewhat unfortunate position that despite this good fortune, the cost of living has sky rocketed, our […]

The folly of Abbotts Paid Parental Leave Scheme

On May 25, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

The Liberal Party’s Paid Parental Leave scheme (which has less than unanimous support from the Liberal Party) is a colossal waste of money, and more importantly, a mild form of class warfare by the well-off against those not so well-off. The scheme is a “gold plated” parental leave system paid for by business (read: costs […]

Liberal party to expand 457 visa scheme via loopholes

On March 13, 2014, in Uncategorized, by mkennedy

Michael Kennedy Our “No Surprises” government, has surprised few people by continuing to fight on behalf of business against working Australians. So far, it’s been rather victorious, overseeing many Australians being put out of work, or should that be, ‘liberated’ from employment. The Liberals latest booting to the Aussie worker is to expand the 457 […]

Property Investors as modern day parasites?

On November 22, 2013, in Commentary, by natalt

FIRST-home buyers have gone missing in the latest housing market upswing, despite low interest rates, reports The figures in the article are shocking. First home buyers make up only 1/8th of all home buyers, the lowest figures, ever. The reason? Competition with investors, both domestic, and foreign and other property investors seeking to be […]

The Hidden Side of Skilled Immigration and the Working Poor Part II

On September 2, 2013, in Commentary, by natalt

Part II of Nationalist Alternative’s Migration Series – The Hidden Side of Skilled Migration and the Working Poor By Carla O’Hara Nationalist Alternative explores the impact of the high volume of skilled immigration to Australia’s youth and the increasing phenomena of Australia’s working poor. Part one of Nationalist Alternative’s Migration series attempted to debunk the […]

­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 […]

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 […]

Auctioning a Nation

On September 20, 2012, in Commentary, by josborne

by Jim Osborne Australia is heading towards being a jewel in the plutocrats empire. Our land, rich in earthly resources, the common-wealth of the Australian nation is becoming more and more a possession of the capitalist few, than one of the Australian people. This is driven by the desire of wealthy magnates in seizing further […]