Alternative Position on South African Refugees

On March 31, 2018, in Analysis, by natalt

Here we shall put forward an alternative position regarding the South African refugees, which in this case are White people, which is not what immediately comes to mind when the word refugee is used. It should be made clear here that Nationalist Alternative is not advocating denying any Boers entry to Australia, or that White […]

Syria 2016, and Who Shall Be King of the Kebabs, Lord of the Lebs?

On December 12, 2016, in Commentary, by natalt

by Brayden Wawn I. From 1975 to 1990, Lebanon was engaged in a chaotic and ferocious civil war, the belligerents of which belonged to a bewildering array of ethnic, religious, national and religious factions. The conflict saw one serious consequence for Australia: the arrival, in the late 1970s, of 30,000 Lebanese refugees, who were allowed […]

Crackdown against Greece’s Golden Dawn

On October 1, 2013, in Commentary, by mkennedy

The leader of the far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, has been formally charged with belonging to a criminal organisation. Four more Golden Dawn MP’s and 15 other party members who face the same charges have spent the night in jail. i Anti-racist rapper Pavlos Fyssas (RE: anti-white leftist thug), who also goes by the […]


On August 23, 2013, in Uncategorized, by natalt

by the Nationalist Alternative Committee The members of Nationalist Alternative are not members of any political party; nor we do give much credence to the farce which is ‘liberal democracy’ in Australia today. Nevertheless, several comrades in the movement have been asking us as to who, in our opinion, they should vote for in the […]

Tony Abbott aspires to banish the Greens this Federal Election

On August 14, 2013, in Analysis, by natalt

by Jim Osborne Tony Abbott has recently challenged Mr Rudd to be “man enough” to preference the Greens last, just as Abbott has directed the Liberal party to do. His intent is to prevent the Greens MP Adam Bandt from being reelected this Federal Election. Putting Labor, Abbotts biggest rival, before the Greens is a […]

The Anti-Jerusalem Declaration

On February 9, 2013, in Articles, by mkennedy

Signatories Nationalist Alternative Australia First Party We the above signed declare: The basis of our political activity is our inviolable commitment to nationalism within the framework of the white Western European civilisation, which sprang from the Holy Roman Empire, founded in Europe, and which now extends across the entire world – from Europe to the […]

Rise Up, Southern Man – And Earn the Hatred of Our Enemies

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

by Timothy Wentworth The recent US elections have really shaken up the American Far Right: what we’re seeing here is a paradigm shift. The consensus is (from Steve Sailer, Kevin MacDonald, John Derbyshire, VDare, Occidental Dissent, American Renaissance and others) that the white voters, primarily in the northern and eastern states, did Romney and the […]

Obama: The Broken Man

On November 8, 2012, in Analysis, by admin

by David Ellerton In my office building today, I passed by a television playing Obama’s victory celebrations. Watching it was an African immigrant, who said in my hearing: ‘I’m glad Obama won because he’s black… Yay!’. Standing up for Obama is a question of racial solidarity. It doesn’t matter that Afro-Americans have been suffering record […]

Nationalist Alternative and the anti Islamofascist rally.

On September 24, 2012, in Activism, by josborne

A report of the days events by Jim Osborne: Members of Nationalist Alternative attended an impromptu protest at the Victorian State Library lawns to voice opposition to the Muslim backlash at the film the “Innocence of Muslims”. Fearing a repeat of Sydney’s violence and display or cultural aggression against Australia, patriots, nationalists and atheists, as […]

The Reconquista Rally, Melbourne 2012, and Maintaining the Anti-Zionist Line

On September 23, 2012, in Activism, by admin

 by Jamie Scanlan Today I attended a rally against religious extremism and Islamist intolerance of freedom speech on the steps of the State Library in Victoria. Traditionally, an event called the Speaker’s Forum has been held there, which has performed the function of a soapbox venue, like Hyde Park in London, in which anyone can […]