Issue Four includes:
- 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Darrin Hodges talks about the (lack of) opposition response to the Rudd government and how the Liberal Party no longer represents a viable opposition – thus denying true democracy to the people.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