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 […]

What’s in a Name? The Crucial Use for Nationalists of Root Languages for Baby Names.

On March 6, 2013, in Commentary, by admin

by Carla O’Hara. Could I really begin with any other colloquialism than Shakespeare’s remark by Juliet “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” But would it? It seems that more Aussie parents are opting for unique baby names, according to new data from the […]

‘The Choice of Achilles’: Remembering John Alan Coey

On January 8, 2013, in Articles, by admin

Article by guest writer T. R. Bennington (published elsewhere) As ever, but especially in our present state of civilizational malaise, there is a need for figures with the power to inspire–men who in less confused and cynical times would have been unabashedly described as heroic. One such figure is Corporal John Alan Coey, a young […]

Reflections on Violence, 2012: Crazy Gunmen, Anti-Depressants and the American Ideology

On August 13, 2012, in Analysis, Commentary, by admin

by John J. Villarreal This week has seen a lot of news coverage of ‘crazy gunmen’: the openings of the trials of James Holmes (the Colorado cinema murderer) and Jared Loughner (a Jewish-American who shot a Jewish-American congresswoman, and killed some others), and the rampage of Wade Michael Page in Wisconsin.  Not that much information […]

Gay Marriage and Culture Wars

On June 26, 2012, in Commentary, by mkennedy

by Michael Kennedy The issue of gay marriage has once again been given a run through the media. The leftists who are pushing for gay marriage and using the issue for their own political purposes have seen fit to push the issue into the spotlight once again. White Western man, facing an economic crisis, the […]

Joe Hockey’s hack at welfare

On April 24, 2012, in Commentary, by admin

By Jim Osborne. Joe Hockey has called for an end to the age of entitlements in Australia recently on the Lateline television show.  He was on Lateline discussing a speech he gave in London, where he both boasted about Australia’s financial position and simultaneously spoke of the need for Australia to “compete” with our geographic […]

Why I am not a National Socialist: or, do we need ‘Neo-Nazism’ any more?

On March 13, 2012, in Analysis, Individual Contributors, by admin

An independant article by contributor by Wade Chambers 1. Introduction: A Fantasy Scenario  Would anyone vote for Hitler, were he alive today? Let us perform a thought-experiment: suppose that, by a miracle, Hitler and the NSDAP were around today, in the year 2012. Despite the NSDAP’s chequered history (the mass gassing of 8 million Jews, […]

Nationalist Cities of the Future and the A-A-A plan

On February 15, 2012, in Analysis, by admin

By Peter Middleton Pope Benedict XVI recently called for more ‘silence’ and ‘reflection’ in today’s world: Pope Benedict is asking people to stop amid the noise and haste and listen to the sounds of silence in life. Benedict dedicated the theme of his message for the Catholic Church’s World Day of Communication to the relationship […]

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 […]

Progressivism: The road to nowhere.

On November 18, 2009, in Articles, by admin

Part II of Nationalist Alternative’s series on Political Correctness “Progressivism: The road to nowhere” By Gavin James In the first article, we looked at how Political Correctness and modern day liberalism takes on religious aspects by using concepts analogous to ‘Original Sin‘ and ‘stained bloodlines’. Much like mainstream religions, Political Correctness has asserted itself by […]