Fighting for the survival of Australia

Nicholas Folkes speaks out on politics, multiculturalism and the economy. This article is based upon a speech given at a meeting of the Australian Protectionist Party in Sydney, New South Wales, on 23rd June 2009.   Good evening my fellow Australians, my name is Nicholas Folkes, I live in Sydney, and intend to stand for […]

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. An ancient proverb states, “A problem correctly addressed is half solved”. Most people even vaguely aware of the way our “money system” functions knew that a day of reckoning was fast approaching some years ago. When […]

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. Many readers may have noticed an increase in articles, column pieces and news reports of noted identities railing about the threats to our nation posed by “protectionism”. At […]

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. With so many Australian jobs being lost in the global economic crisis, it boggles the mind that Billabong — an Australian icon — should choose an American model to be the […]

Globalisation — At what price?

Andrew Phillips discusses the implications of globalisation for Australia and the negative effects of so-called “free trade” agreements. For decades, Australia has had governments of various hues continuing to pursue the goal of closer interaction with our neighbours. The advocates of economic rationalist dogma and those besotted with the dream of a Global Village claim […]