Neo-Bolshevism: Examinations and Criticisms of the Political Left in the 21st Century

On June 23, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Reblogged from http://stalwartau.blogspot.com.au/2015/05/neo-bolshevism-examinations-and.html Author’s note: All of the topics focussed upon in this essay are only covered briefly in the form of an overview, an examination of the danger they represent, and a demonstration of the correlation that exists between them and the bolshevist agenda. More in-depth essays may be produced in the future in order […]

The relationship between liberalism and ego

On April 4, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

By Brian Cooper This particular article will address the constant struggle that happens within the ego of an individual living in today’s materialist, liberal democratic society. The ego is the abstract enemy however it takes physical form in the pioneers of the internationalist world-swindle. We can choose to overcome the ego inside our own minds, […]

Tim Wise renounces anti-racism

On July 3, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

by Paraddee Press Timothy Jacob Wise, prominent hate campaigner and advocate against the social construct of White people has recently come out expressing concerns about where anti-racist ideas could lead.  The tireless campaigner and ex boiler maker, who has woken many white people up to their own innate evil may be having a change of […]

Media Hypocrisy and Double Standards on the shooting of Chris Lane

On August 24, 2013, in Commentary, by natalt

by Finn Remington. When is a hate crime not a hate crime? When it’s a crime against those who Liberals hate. Not long after Zimmerman, the “Creepy Ass Cracka” was found not guilty of murdering “No Limit Ni**a” Trayvon Martin and getting anti-white Liberals in a tizzy about an ostensibly “white” man who had the […]

Led Down the Aisle: Mainstream Media and Gay Marriage

On August 3, 2013, in Commentary, by natalt

by Michael Kennedy The debate regarding gay marriage is being push by the mainstream media in such a way, as to shape the debate to make one outcome seem as if it inevitable, that the holding of rights from people to marry someone of the same sex will end. While the mainstream news doesn’t explicitly […]

Goody Goody Two Shoes

On May 31, 2013, in Commentary, by natalt

by Ryan Walsh Political Correctness is not like a religion IT IS a religion. Complete with its own ruthless high priests constantly on the lookout for heretics to its dogma of ‘tolerance’ and ‘equality’. But tolerance also means to “endure”, ” to put up with” , “to suffer through” and they are the accurate descriptions […]

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 […]

Donglegate: How society has grown tired of Political Correctness.

On March 25, 2013, in Commentary, by josborne

by Jim Osborne An interesting story has developed from events transpiring at a PyCon event in Santa Clara, California. PyCon is a conference if users of the Python programming language, and was attended, in part by representatives of various technology companies. The ruckus started with the tweet below, sent by ‘developer evangelist’, Adria Richards 1, […]

The modern life: A life out of balance.

On March 23, 2013, in Commentary, by josborne

by Jim Osborne In Ancient Greece, a philosopher by the name of Diogenes, a man who lived a simple life of privation and humbleness, would roam the streets searching with a lantern. When asked what he was looking for, he would reply “I am looking for a man”. Instead of finding a man, he found […]

“Prejudice Research” and the Anti-White Brigade

On January 26, 2013, in Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy   An article which was printed in New Scientist, published on the 15th of December 2012 was brought to my attention. The article, which appears in the opinion section, written by Gordon Hodson and Kimberly Costello draws a long bow, and hypothesizes that racial prejudice may be links to how people feel […]