Brussels Terror: Moving from grief to defence

On March 28, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

We have seen enough terror events in Western nations to pick up on definite patterns on how people respond to them. In a vigorous healthy society, its members might show concern about threats to fellow nationals, they might be pledging to defend them and keep them safe from harm by addressing the enemy in their […]

Sharks Scenting Blood: The Zios and Reclaim Australia

On November 25, 2015, in Activism, Commentary, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. The recent Paris attacks have illustrated once again that we in the West are engaged in a guerrilla war. Just as the Viet Cong depended on the Vietnamese peasantry for their support – Mao writes, ‘The guerrilla must move amongst the people as a fish swims in the sea’ – the […]

The aftermath of the Islamists attack in Paris: Europe’s impossible dilemma

On November 17, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

The obsession in Europe about “Tolerance”, “Compassion” and “Solidarity” is more than just moral signalling, it is perhaps a symptom of a people who cannot, will not, fight. Like animals who have succumbed to predators, or who have been ejected from the herd or pack, there is little to do but lie down, accept ones […]

The Battle of Bendigo

On August 31, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. The anti-mosque rally in Bendigo on Saturday the 29th of August saw a stunning and unprecedented rout of the Left in Australia. For the first time in perhaps forty years, nationalists, patriots and concerned members of the community outnumbered communists – and the communists retreated. The rally was held against a […]

Communists, you’ll always lose in Melbourne: Reclaim Australia and where to now for the Left?

On July 19, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. For overseas readers, I’ll give an exposition here of what the Reclaim Australia rallies are about. The first Reclaim rally took place in April 2015 in major cities (including Melbourne and Sydney) across Australia, and like many social protest movements in this decade, were organised on social media. The rallies drew […]

Nationalists Come Alive: The Richmond Anti-Communist Rally of May 2015

On June 4, 2015, in Activism, by natalt

by Timothy Walling I. The past few months have seen a stunning turnabout in the fortunes of Australian nationalism. The Reclaim Australia movement and its offshoot, UPF (United Patriots Front) have single-handedly awoken nationalism in this country after years of moribund sleep. For the first time, Australian nationalists and patriotic-minded people from all walks of […]

Reclaim Australia Rally, Melbourne 2015: A New Hope

On April 5, 2015, in Analysis, by natalt

by Sebastian Rischbieth I.    What happened On 4th April, 2015, Reclaim Australia – a coalition of patriotic Australian groups – held a nationwide rally and day of protest against Islam. The timing couldn’t have been more appropriate, given that over a 100 Kenyan students had been massacred by the Muslim terror group al-Shabab the Friday […]

How to form an anti-Islam front group

On February 27, 2015, in Articles, by natalt

by Henry Macdougall I define a front group as an organisation (usually devoted to a social cause) which has been  founded by a political group wanting to keep its involvement out of the spotlight. Before the end of the Cold War, most left-leaning front groups in the US were founded and operated surreptitiously by communists. […]

Observations on a Massacre

On February 2, 2015, in Uncategorized, by natalt

Owen Dittmer The Hebdo massacre holds shock value becausemost of the victims were DWLs (Deluded White Liberals) and members of the establishment; the attack took place in a nice, modern, clean Continental and Scandinavian-style office (so much more pleasant-looking, and family friendly, than Melbourne or Sydney’s offices) of the type so many DWLs either work […]

Muslims fear backlash

On January 28, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Like “Youths” as a euphemism for rioters who aren’t white, or “Aspiring Rapper who was just turning their life around” as euphemism for an urban gangster criminal who became a victim of their own lifestyle, “Muslims fear backlash” is morphing into a phrase designed to cover up truth, than inform.  This is more tiring than […]