A reality check on Multiculturalism

Andrew Guild considers the irony of Multiculturalists being insulted by the reality of their ideology in action. A UK newspaper has reported that “The departing Mayor of Kirklees launched a blistering attack on a group of orthodox Muslims for refusing to pose with her in photographs”. Jean Calvert, who was Mayor of Kirklees, was kindly […]

No Human Rights for the Australian People

Andrew Guild comments on the so-called “Human Rights” industry. Screenshot extracts from the internet site of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) show just whose side they are on. Much attention is devoted to the problems of minorities, but nowhere is there mention of the marginalisation of Australians by the twin evils of […]

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. Seeing your teenage or grown-up child become addicted to drugs must be one of the most heart-breaking experiences that […]

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. The recent Liberal Party Prime Minister, John Howard, was someone who acted like a patriot, but whose actions condemned him as just another traitor politician. […]

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. Kevin Rudd is a dubious choice at best for the post of Prime Minister of Australia. Australians should be wondering just how far Rudd’s fascination with Asia will affect his […]