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. […]


On August 23, 2013, in Uncategorized, by natalt

by the Nationalist Alternative Committee The members of Nationalist Alternative are not members of any political party; nor we do give much credence to the farce which is ‘liberal democracy’ in Australia today. Nevertheless, several comrades in the movement have been asking us as to who, in our opinion, they should vote for in the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Rise Up, Southern Man – And Earn the Hatred of Our Enemies

On November 18, 2012, in Analysis, Commentary, by admin

by Timothy Wentworth The recent US elections have really shaken up the American Far Right: what we’re seeing here is a paradigm shift. The consensus is (from Steve Sailer, Kevin MacDonald, John Derbyshire, VDare, Occidental Dissent, American Renaissance and others) that the white voters, primarily in the northern and eastern states, did Romney and the […]

Dob in a racist

On September 7, 2012, in Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy The Herald Sun has reported that the The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has launched a campaign encouraging people to report racist acts which would otherwise go unnoticedi. The campaigns main website is at and markets itself as some kind of bug spray that one can use to remove […]


On July 26, 2012, in Analysis, Foreign Commentary, by admin

by David Ellerton Since the Arab Spring began, in late 2010, we have seen a flood of commentary from nationalists in the West – commentary not in support of the protestors, but against. This has reached a crescendo with the rebellion in Libya, and subsequent overthrow and murder of Ghaddafi, and the recent violence in […]

Privacy Alert: Governments plan to monitor Australians on the Internet

On July 15, 2012, in Commentary, by admin

By Jim Osborne If you were in the 1970’s, and told people that in the not too distant future, that in any major commercial area and in the CBD, everyone would be recorded on video and monitored, they might have thought you to be a conspiracy nut. If today, you said that the government would […]

Australians to be paid $300 a week to house refugees

On May 5, 2012, in Commentary, by admin

By Jim Osborne. While Australian workers are still under pressure from one of the most expensive housing markets in the world and a rising cost of living, the government has decided to implement a plan in which people could be paid up to $300 a week to house those who have bypassed our immigration process. […]

Who now is the enemy of Europe? Yockey and the Jewish-Islamic pincer movement.

On May 24, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, Foreign Commentary, Uncategorized, by admin

by Matthew Neville 1.         Introduction: A Personal Note I have been reading Francis Parker Yockey’s ‘The Enemy of Europe’ (written in 1948, revised in 1953) off and on for ten years now, along with his ‘Imperium’ (1948). In that time, I have taken the message of the books to heart to such an extent that […]