The Howard years from a nationalist perspective

Adrian Barnett reviews The Howard Legacy: Displacement of Traditional Australia from the Professional and Managerial Classes by Dr. Peter Wilkinson. The author, Dr. Peter Wilkinson, has had a long involvement in patriotic political movements. He is a scientist by training, with several associated qualifications and has headed several scientific institutions. The book is called “The […]

The Australian idea

Robert Fraser commemorates Australia Day 2009, celebrating the 221st anniversary of the birth of the Australian People, by reviewing the life of Arthur Phillip, Australia’s first Governor, and comparing his ideas to those of the Establishment who rule our nation today. “We have come today to take possession of this fifth great continental division of […]

Success can be achieved

Austria: The two major nationalist parties won a combined vote of 29%. The Freedom Party (18%) and the Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZO) (11%) are a major force in national politics. Gerhard Dörfler of the BZO is the Governor of the state of Carinthia, following the terrible loss of Governor Jörg Haider in […]

Are our politicians aiming for an Asian future?

Andrew Guild reveals that, under the Labor government of Kevin Rudd, Australia is now on the receiving end of the highest amount of immigration from Asia in our country’s history. The latest annual immigration statistics have revealed that, under Kevin Rudd’s Labor government, Australia has been on the receiving end of the highest number of […]

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 […]