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- Free Trade Agreements — It can be done, but is it moral?
Andrew Phillips looks at the impact of free trade agreements upon the future of the Australian fruit-growing industry.
- Quotes of note — Economic protectionism
- Aussies Forever!
- Quotes of note — Journalism and the media
- Dark days ahead
Terrence Odgers considers the dark possibilities of internet censorship by governments.
- The destruction of our nationhood
Chris Steele gives his opinion on the impact upon Australia of the mass immigration programmes implemented by Liberal and Labor governments from 1966 to the present.
- Working collaboratively to build a stronger nation
An interview with Joshua Ferguson on issues facing Australia, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
- Our other Anzac Day
Terrence Odgers tells of his Anzac Day trip to Villers-Bretonneux and makes the point that there are many times and places where our military forces fought that should be remembered.
- Neville the useless patriot
A look at some of those who say they will be in the fight to save the nation, but who then create an easy way out for themselves or who are otherwise useless in the real fight.
- I wanna be a Neville!
[Some verse by The Bandicoot]
- The Kimberley Column
Gareth Kimberley gives his views on some of the issues that have been happening around the country.
- True Finns: More success for patriots in Europe
[A look at the successes of the True Finns party in Finland and of various other patriotic parties overseas.]
- The democratic foundations of Australian nationalism
Andrew Guild looks at the historical basis for the democratic impulse within the ethos of Australian nationalism and as part of the wider context of Western Civilisation.
- Letters to Destiny
Australia, land of sunshine, land where I first drew breath,
My love for you is woven into my heart till death;
The smell of gums and blackboy, the earth baked ’neath the sun –
The land seems like a part of me, our destinies are one.
~ Ray, from “Song of Australia”, 1945
- Rise up Australia
[Some verse by by Barry Dunn]
- Wake up Australia!
Terrence Odgers looks at the dangers of cultural pluralism to Australian society and exposes some of the myths underlying the political ideology of multiculturalism.
- How egalitarians are leading us into a new dark age of dogmatism and ignorance
Darrin Hodges writes about egalitarians, political correctness and modern-day heretics.
- The price of freedom is eternal vigilance
Jim Price puts forward his views on important issues facing Australia, as well as outlining his time in the Australian Army during the Second World War. This continues our series of interviews, giving readers new information from different political viewpoints.
- Anzac Day
[Some verse by Mr. J. John (Royal Navy, 1939-1945)]
- Australian Protectionism — A politically central position
Andrew Phillips considers the issues of Left-Right politics and places sensible nationalism in the centre of the political spectrum.
- A comparison of political differences
A brief look at some Left-wing and Right-wing policies, compared with Centrist policies.
- Quotes of note — Left and Right politics
- It’s time to ZIP up the borders!
Andrew Guild presents the argument for a Zero-net Immigration Policy to protect Australia’s future and save our nation’s way of life.
- Policing issues, part three
Terrence Odgers gives us the third and final instalment of his series of articles on policing issues, looking at issues of morale, political correctness, trust and respect.
- The banking system and credit creation
George Price puts forward his views on some of the problems of the credit-based underpinnings of our banking and monetary system.
- Quotes of note — Banking
- Letters to Destiny
More rotten grew each government that smirched Australia’s name;
They hounded true Australians down and sunk the flag in shame —
I dreamed it twenty years ago — a dream of destiny —
The pictures from a future grand flashed back at night to me
And is it our fate that we’ll wake too late to the truth that we were blind?
With a foreign foe at our harbour gate and a blazing drought behind!
~ Henry Lawson, The Ministry of Men; In the Storm That is to Come
- Australian Protectionism: More than just economics
Andrew Phillips discusses the wider meaning of Protectionism, demonstrating that the ideology of Social Protectionism seeks to protect the freedoms, rights and future of the Australian people.
- Identity theft
Jamison Daniels discusses the meaning of ethnic/national identity.
- Banking, free trade and fair trade
Peter Davis, Mayor of Port Lincoln, gives his personal view on the banking system, national debt and international trade.
- Fighting for the survival of Australia
Nicholas Folkes speaks out on politics, multiculturalism and the economy.
- Protesting to protect Australia
Nicholas Folkes gives a first-hand account of a recent protest in Sydney over the Government’s irresponsible policies on refugees and immigration.
- An Aussie defends his nation
Jason West rises to the defence of the Australian people, relating his personal experiences and giving his “politically incorrect” views on Australian culture.
- Lies, damned lies and statistics
Craig Stewart puts a different perspective on the furore surrounding the attacks upon Indians in Australian cities.
- Terrie-Anne tells all
Terrie-Anne Verney gives her opinion and tells her story. This continues our series of interviews, giving readers new information from different political viewpoints.
- Swiss vote empowers democracy
Andrew Guild writes on the success of the Swiss minaret referendum.
- The ‘under the radar’ theory
Mark Wilson gives his perspective on sideshows and time-wasting in the nationalist movement.
- Debts and deficit nonsense
Stuart McVey gives his opinion on government spending, fiat money and taxation.
- Policing and ideology
Terrence Odgers discusses the new police teaching methods and the ideology upon which they are based, with the resultant impact upon modern society.
- Freedom of speech is fine … as long as you don’t do it in public
Andrew Guild exposes how the so-called “Human Rights” industry has yet again attacked the right of Australians to have freedom of speech, by using misguided government legislation, and aided by a legal system that refuses to allow people the right to a trial by jury.
- Quotes of note — freedom of speech
- Quotes of note — forced self-criticism
- Quotes of note — threats to democracy
- Letters to Destiny
“Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice.
It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.”
~ William Jennings Bryan
- Globalisation – At what price?
Andrew Phillips discusses the implications of globalisation for Australia and the negative effects of so-called “free trade” agreements.
- Are our politicians aiming for an Asian future?
Andrew Guild reveals that, under the Labor government of Kevin Rudd, Australia is now on the receiving end of the highest amount of immigration from Asia in our country’s history.
- Success can be achieved
[A look at the successes of various patriotic parties overseas.]
- The Australian idea
Robert Fraser commemorates Australia Day 2009, celebrating the 221st anniversary of the birth of the Australian People, by reviewing the life of Arthur Phillip, Australia’s first Governor, and comparing his ideas to those of the Establishment who rule our nation today.
- The Howard years from a nationalist perspective
Adrian Barnett reviews The Howard Legacy: Displacement of Traditional Australia from the Professional and Managerial Classes by Dr. Peter Wilkinson.
- A social co-operative movement for Nationalists
Mark Wilson from the Australian Protectionist Party lays out an idea for a co-operative patriotic social movement.
- Quotes of note
[Quotes on immigration and liberalism in Western societies]
- On the Path to Nowhere
Dennis Kastros reviews the movie Pathfinder: The Legend of the Ghost Warrior, a “politically correct” film which is an example of the “white guilt” message so often peddled by film-makers in Hollywood — providing yet another instance of anti-White racism.
- Red tape by the roll
Some verse by Brian McRae on the continual interference by governments into the lives of everyday people. An indictment of the modern “nanny state”.
- The wise dog on the tuckerbox
Some verse that condemns the way in which so much of Australia has been bought up by foreign interests.
- The Best from the West
An interview with Graeme Campbell, past Member of Parliament for Kalgoorlie. During his time in parliament he was often described as the Maverick from Western Australia (although his enemies called him the Pest from the West). This continues our series of interviews, giving readers new information from different political viewpoints.
- A silly wrong by Billabong
Andrew Guild criticises the decision of the Billabong clothing company to not use an Australian as its main model for its worldwide advertising campaign.
- Australia takes a Swan dive
Darrin Hodges looks at the damage being done to the Australian economy, with our manufacturing resources relocating to Asia and with a government that seems inept at best.
- Policing issues (part two)
Terry Odgers continues his discussion on matters of concern regarding the police force and the many problems that stem from a lack of understanding of practical policing issues by the police hierarchy and their political masters in government.
- Biker rights get run over
Mark Aldridge puts forward a critical view of some aspects of police operations and warns about “police state” tactics happening in South Australia.
- Letters to Destiny
- A festival of kindred spirits
Mark Wilson shares his experiences of attending the biggest pro-European Identity gathering in Britain – the Red White & Blue Festival, an annual event organised by the British National Party.
- The Youth – The Movement!
Tommy Johnson writes on the future of Australian youth, the problems they face, and their right to preserve their ethnic identity, culture and heritage.
- For the greater good
An interview with Richard Barnbrook, the British National Party’s representative on the Greater London Assembly. This continues our series of interviews with people from different political movements and organisations.
- Public health – Yet another need for CIR
Andrew Phillips discusses the need for Citizens Initiated Referenda to enable people to influence government decisions on policies that affect their local communities.
- The British connection
Continuing this issue’s focus on Australia’s relationship with the British Isles, Andrew Guild looks at some aspects of the British influence on Australian culture and our way of life.
- Professor Fraser speaks out
An interview with Professor Andrew Fraser, retired from Macquarie University. This continues our series of interviews, giving our readers new information from different political viewpoints.
- The election of Barack Hussein Obama
Mark Wilson gives his view on the recent US presidential election.
- Global economic crisis threatens Australia’s future
Darrin Hodges discusses the current economic crisis and its effects upon Australia.
- Middle Eastern crime in Australia
An exposé of the problems our nation is experiencing with crime from certain elements of those of Middle Eastern (predominantly Muslim) ethnicity.
- Water Fuel meetings
Adrian Barnett looks at the public interest now being shown in developing fuel alternatives.
- Kevin Rudd – Say sorry to me!
N.B. Smith brings a different viewpoint to the controversy over the apology to the “stolen generation” and asks why the government does not extend the same courtesy to people of all races in Australia.
- Quotes of note
[Quotes on patriotism, freedom, and ethnic identity in some Western societies.]
- Media success in election campaign
Darrin Hodges comments on the recent NSW council elections.
- Policing issues
Terrence Odgers discusses matters of concern regarding the police force, the effects of the Wood Royal Commission, and their impact upon present-day policing and services to the public.
- More quotes of note
[Quotes on multiculturalist hypocrites in Western societies.]
- Letters to Destiny
- Rudd’s 2020 Summit creates a drought of ideas
Andrew Phillips gives a critique on Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s conference to create a 12-year-plan for Australia’s future.
- Healthy communities in rural Australia
Mark Wilson writes about his experience of country living for nationalists.
- The dereliction of democracy in Australia
Darrin Hodges talks about the (lack of) opposition response to the Rudd government and how the Liberal Party no longer represents a viable opposition – thus denying true democracy to the people.
- Some thoughts on the Second World War and after
Jim Price discusses the reasons why so many Australians joined up to fight during World War Two.
- Facing jail to save your daughter
Andrew Guild reviews “Drugs Despair Deliverance: Operation Osterley” by Perry Jewel — the true story of a parent’s battle to rescue his daughter from a life of drugs, but was charged with kidnapping as a result.
- Coming together as One Nation
An interview with Jim Cassidy, the President of One Nation in New South Wales. This continues our series of interviews with people from different political movements and organisations.
- Quotes of note
[Quotes on immigration]
- Laying plans to win the future
Mark Wilson puts forward some tactics that could achieve many successes for nationalists in Australia.
- Conservative patriotism – The new rebellion
Andrew Phillips discusses how youthful rebellion may bring Australia’s young into the fight to save the future of our nation.
- Fighting the bias of the Hard Left
A concerned patriot comments on the need to combat the Australia-haters who are dominating our nation’s institutions, recommending that true blue Aussies become involved in journalism, academia and law.
- Why I joined the Protectionists
Terrence Odgers lays out his reasons for becoming involved in a political movement to win back Australia and protect the Australian way of life.
- No Human Rights for the Australian People
Andrew Guild comments on the so-called “Human Rights” industry.
- A test of Kevin Rudd’s “metal”
Darrin Hodges analyses the impact of Prime Minister Rudd’s pro-China sympathies upon the issues of human rights and mining interests, discussing the intent of the PM that some regard as “China’s man in Canberra”.
- A reality check on Multiculturalism
Andrew Guild considers the irony of Multiculturalists being insulted by the reality of their ideology in action.
- Telling it like it is
Mark Wilson on the reasons for always advocating nationalist viewpoints whenever and wherever possible.
- The plight of Australian farmers
- Letters to Destiny
- Political Correctness – The final nail in the coffin of the Anzac legacy
Andrew Phillips describes how the jack-booted brigades of Political Correctness are undermining the sacrifices made by the Australian service men and women for our nation and our way of life.
- House prices skyrocketing due to immigration
[The price of housing in Australia is going up and up, being unreasonably pushed beyond the limits of ordinary Australians, especially for young couples and families. Immigration is a major issue in the price of housing.]
- Liberalism and “anti-racism”: How “anti-racist” rhetoric exposes its anti-Western bias
Dennis Kastros explores the problems of Leftist psychology as well as the bizarre and irrational nature of its anti-national hypocrisy.
- Jihad finance coming to Australia: The scam of Islamic banking
Darrin Hodges looks at how Islam operates in the banking sector, the way it is often misunderstood, and how it can be used by Muslims to spread aspects of Shari’a Law.
- A reasonable approach to the cultural struggle
Mark Wilson argues that nationalists should enmesh themselves with festivals, events and organisations that are pro-Australian in some aspects, without having to worry whether they are 100% on-side or not.
- Environmental disaster in the Galapagos Islands demonstrates the idiocy of unrestricted immigration
[The Galapagos Islands, off the coast of South America, are facing an environmental crisis – a crisis that is largely fueled by immigration.]
- Doing the New Right thing by people
An interview with Welf Herfurth, who is a key organiser for the New Right and National Anarchist movements in Australia. This continues our series of interviews with people from different political movements and organisations.
- Protectionists gear up for support
Mark Wilson reports on the 2008 national strategic planning meeting of the Protectionist Party.
- Is Kevin Rudd intent on an Asian future?
Andrew Guild looks at Kevin Rudd’s pro-Asian views as well as his push for teaching Asian languages, and questions whether Rudd has a hidden agenda.
- John Howard the false nationalist: Just another traitor in patriot clothing
Andrew Guild considers the record of John Howard, to determine whether he was an Australian nationalist (as some people might think) or whether he was a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
- For our future
- Guess who’s coming to live next door
Mark Wilson relates a personal tale that is indicative of the hypocrisy of so many Multiculturalists.
- Letters to Destiny
- Future prospects for Australian Protectionists
Mark Wilson analyses the outcome of the 2007 federal election and its implications for the future of the nationalist movement in Australia.
- Swiss nationalists dominate elections
Patriots in Switzerland show that political successes can be achieved.
- Is Asianisation genocide of the Australian People?
Darrin Hodges exposes the traitors from both sides of politics who have effectively overridden the will of the people and are pushing an “Asian Future” upon the Australian nation.
- Protecting Australia
An interview with Andrew Phillips, the National President of the Australian Protectionist Party. In future editions of Destiny, we hope to publish interviews with other political organisations.
- Australia waits for you
- The forgotten lower class
Michael Watson on the dilemmas facing Australian workers, of poverty, unemployment, and a growing underclass – with the associated problems of drugs and crime.
- This issue’s front cover
The front cover of this issue of Destiny encompasses several elements. The artist, Neddie Bullock, outlines his interpretation of the cover’s symbolism.
- Increasing Democracy in Australia: A plan to introduce far greater democracy into our current system of parliamentary representation
Andrew Guild writes on some of the inequalities in our current system of democracy, and proposes a new system of Actual-Number Representation with Optional List Voting (ANROLV) combined with Citizens’ Initiated Referendums to help remedy the situation.
- Win back Australian jobs: Use common sense to win back Australia’s future
Andrew Guild puts forward some patriotic views on saving Australian jobs and halting the loss of Australian industries to foreign control.
- Letters to Destiny
- Rural social engineering: Global Village Idiots attack the Australian identity
Andrew Phillips looks at the importance of regional Australia to our national future and culture, and how it is under assault by the Australia-haters in their frenzied rush towards globalisation.
- Our responsibilities and duties as Australian nationalists
Darrin Hodges discusses the tasks, problems, and future of Nationalism in Australia, and how this current generation have a responsibility as to what sort of inheritance they would leave to their grand-children and our nation’s future generations.
- The shaky status of free speech
Graeme Campbell gives his view on Sheikh al-Hilaly and the associated implications relating to freedom of speech in Australia.
- They’re coming to my country [verse composition]
Some verse from Mitch C on the Third World refugee influx into Australia. It is not “politically correct”, but is obviously written in a light-hearted vein.
- The youth today
A young nationalist puts forward his opinion on the problems facing our younger generation.
- Unskilled [verse composition]
Some verse from Redback Dave on the disastrous effects upon the Australian people of economic rationalism, globalism, and cheap foreign labour.
- Improving our schools
Arnold O’Reilly gives a teacher’s point of view on how to fix the crisis in our education system.
- African gangs pose threat: Australians face the new problem of black African gangs in their midst
[A look at the problems caused by black African gangs in Australia, including the problems associated with gang members who arrived here as refugees from war-torn Sudan]
- Anti-national nihilism: The destruction of our society by Globalists and other Australia-haters
Andrew Guild writes on the problems facing young Australians, dramas which will steadily increase in the long-term and create havoc for future generations.
- A cultural movement for Australia’s future
A discussion on the need for a wider cultural movement of Australian nationalists and patriots, encompassing cultural, social, and political elements.