Majority of Australians reject immigration madness

On December 26, 2020, in Articles, by admin

Statement released by the Australian Coalition of Nationalists An opinion poll commissioned by the Australian Population Research Institute has shown that “an overwhelming majority” of Australians oppose the massive amounts of immigration that have been coming into this country in recent years (actually, Liberal-Labor politicians have been forcing huge amounts of immigration upon our people […]

Don’t be fooled by feigned hard-line stances from politicians.

On April 30, 2018, in Commentary, by natalt

Beware the political sweetness being peddled by the Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton to Australians. Peter Dutton stated, with regards to immigration that more focus should be put on whether we are bringing in the right people, and whether they are integrating. “I think, frankly, the more productive debate is around who we’re bringing in, […]

Suicide by Refugee: Europe’s Refugee Crisis

On September 17, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Germany is embarking on a program of misplaced compassion, exacerbating Europe’s refugee crisis, which will result in future chaos and trouble for the continent in the future. The Syrian refugee crisis is giving people in the West a prime opportunity to showcase bleeding heart morality and prove that no price is too high a price […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Islamists Gone Wild: ‘The Innocence of Muslims’, the Jewish lobby and QE3

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

by Jayden Drury [editors note:  Nationalist Alternative are presenting two articles from two of our regular contributors, who each have a unique analysis of the recent Muslim rioting  in Sydney and around the world.] Fouad Ajami asks ‘Why is the Arab world so easily offended?’ (The Washington Post, 14/09/12). It’s a legitimate question to ask. […]

Reflections on Violence, 2012: Crazy Gunmen, Anti-Depressants and the American Ideology

On August 13, 2012, in Analysis, Commentary, by admin

by John J. Villarreal This week has seen a lot of news coverage of ‘crazy gunmen’: the openings of the trials of James Holmes (the Colorado cinema murderer) and Jared Loughner (a Jewish-American who shot a Jewish-American congresswoman, and killed some others), and the rampage of Wade Michael Page in Wisconsin.  Not that much information […]

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. […]

Why I am not a National Socialist: or, do we need ‘Neo-Nazism’ any more?

On March 13, 2012, in Analysis, Individual Contributors, by admin

An independant article by contributor by Wade Chambers 1. Introduction: A Fantasy Scenario  Would anyone vote for Hitler, were he alive today? Let us perform a thought-experiment: suppose that, by a miracle, Hitler and the NSDAP were around today, in the year 2012. Despite the NSDAP’s chequered history (the mass gassing of 8 million Jews, […]