Issue Seven includes:
- 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