Issue Three includes:
- 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