Nationalist Alternative in Action: Episode 3

On November 4, 2012, in Activism, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy, In the third part, we will go over one more debate I took part in, in the comments section of yet another video, which claimed to demonstrate that anti-racism isn’t anti-white. As expected, there was nothing of substance. Click here to view the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zzS0JIEL8A Another ‘debunking’ of the mantra. 8bitnecromancer writes […]

Nationalist Alternative in Action: Episode 2

On October 31, 2012, in Activism, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy We continue with our blow by blow online debate. Here we present another YouTube debate, which carries on very similar to the first. The second YouTube ‘debunking’ was titled “Anti-racist=anti-white”=Anti-reality “ You can view it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BHl82M7Sa We start with MrOutstep33 who writes But do you understand whatpeople are saying about anti-racist […]

Nationalist Alternative in Action: Episode 1

On October 25, 2012, in Activism, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy A message is useless unless one does something with it. The Mantra, “anti-racist is a code word for anti-white” is becoming a more frequently used argument, and anti-whites becoming more and more, lets say, fed up with it. A number of videos are appearing on YouTube claiming to ‘debunk’ the mantra. A […]

The Theology of Political Correctness: The unwritten code.

On April 8, 2012, in Analysis, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy In part three of the “Theology of Political Correctness”, we will look at the unwritten code that is characteristic of many religious belief systems. Political Correctness is not just a moral code, it’s a religion and a politically active religion at that, as most powerful established religions inevitable end up becoming. In […]

Constitutional Change: Liberalism, Liebler’s List and the coming Police State

On January 27, 2012, in Analysis, Commentary, Uncategorized, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy and Ryan Walsh The freedom of Australians to speak freely, particularly those of European/white heritage (the founders, builders, the people who comprised 98% of those who fought and died in two world wars, creators of the country that is so appealing it attracted thousands of migrants and currently still the majority demographic […]

Overpaid, and loving it.

On November 9, 2011, in Analysis, Commentary, Uncategorized, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy The world is stagnating after the Global Financial Crisis of 2008.  The cowboy bandits of Wall Street, the architects of the GFC, perhaps the only accomplishment outside of growing their own portfolio, got off basically scott free.  Many are expecting Global Financial Crisis Mark II.  As every cloud comes with a proverbial […]

“White Flight” from schools.

On October 28, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy One thing that can be said about the mainstream media, is that concerning real issues, they are often behind the times. “White flight”, a phenomenon which has been around for centuries elsewhere in the world, for quite a few years now in Australia, finally gets a mention in the Sydney Morning Herald. […]

Live Export – Labor’s failure to take a moral stance

On October 18, 2011, in Articles, Commentary, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy The Labor government has shown that it is morally spineless by failing to make compulsory, pre slaughter stunning which would save the animals that we profit from, from the misery of appalling and barbaric slaughter techniques that exist elsewhere in the world. If we are to be honest, poor treatment of animals […]

Debunking the debunking of Bob’s Mantra

On July 30, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, Foreign Commentary, by mkennedy

By Michael Kennedy Debunking the debunking of Bob’s Mantra Some who may have argued with ‘anti-racists’ may very well have discovered that anti-racism is not much more than anti-white sentiment wrapped up in a phoney morality. Some of us may have heard of, or used Bob’s Mantra. Robert Whitaker has a history of political involvement, […]

The Nuclear Debate Reignited

On March 24, 2011, in Articles, Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy The nuclear debate has arisen once more, not that it ever left. With the continuing tragedy in Japan from the earthquake and subsequent tsunami, focus has been on the nuclear power plants damaged by the Earth’s rumblings. The Fukishima plant has had three explosions since the quake less than a week ago […]