The truth behind the BLM rallies

On August 4, 2020, in Commentary, by admin

Statement released by the Australian Coalition of Nationalists The recent events in the USA regarding the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as the subsequent BLM demonstrations in Australia (as well as in other countries) are of little surprise to astute political observers. As per usual, the impetus behind all of these demonstrations comes from […]

Anti-White is Anti-White

On June 30, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

One of the popular tactics of the anti-White brigade is to argue that technically, White people are not a genetically distinct race, in that the genetics doesn’t support a clear and /perfect/ delineation between Whites and others. Anti-whites like to argument genetic minutiae to get you off the point during a debate. The FACT is […]

The religious war of the 21st century

On December 9, 2015, in Commentary, by natalt

Many remark that the violent clash between the West and Islam is a clash of civilisations, or perhaps a clash of religions.  Their thesis is that Islam is trying to impose itself on us and that we are trying to defend our way of life against this imposition.  This seems to the the position of […]

Political Correctness was never about describing the world.

On September 6, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

The belief systems we have, facts we hold, our adopted theories and models serve us because they describe the world as it is.  Our understanding of electromagnetism is based on what is, observation and an attempt to understand reality as it is to us.  Because our model is based on reality, we can engineer electronic […]

Judging Groups

On September 4, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Political Correctness requires us to overlook the most extreme, reactionary elements of a group and judge that group (whether religious, political or what have you) by the best representatives.  Of course, we should only do this for selected groups called “minorities” and not for others, such as identity groups we belong to.  So we know […]

Is it racist to notice?

On September 2, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

The standard dictionary definition of racism is, “the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.” Which leads us to a conundrum.  As anyone who has seen track and field events during […]

The non-negotiable aspect of anti-racists

On January 24, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Michael Kennedy There are differences of opinions among anti-racists, but the one thing they all agree on, is that white people must go. ALL White countries must become multiracial melting pots, if, as they say, they are to ‘join the 21st century’. There are no exceptions. There can be no areas where whites can stake […]

“Hate Speech” laws and Genocide

On January 22, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Michael Kennedy “Hate Speech” laws are designed specifically to render white people incapable of discussing and opposing genocide of our race. Non discrimination laws prevent any racial distinction being drawn, with the exception being when such distinctions are suited to further diversity. Diversity is the goal, and Australia and any other white country will only […]

Aldi Australia Day T-Shirts and Anti-Whites

On January 19, 2014, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Michael Kennedy A small number of Social Justice Warriors, who voiced objection to Aldi Australia Day T-Shirts bearing the slogan “Australia: Established 1788” advertised in an Aldi catalogue have been successful in getting the clothing withdrawn from sale. Aldi originally dismissed the Facebook and Twitter posts as a “limited number”, but the mainstream media amplified […]

One Way Borders

On December 23, 2013, in Commentary, by mkennedy

Michael Kennedy Modern convention states that borders are barriers that keep people separated. National borders, people say, exist to keep people divided. We are presented the image of a border as a line which stops people crossing back and forth. This is half true. Most borders are, in reality, one way barriers, except in times […]