Two Legacies Honoured

It is fortuitous for our association that, of all the triumph and tragedy to emerge from Australia’s nation-defining experience in the Great War, the anniversary of the Gallipoli landing has been chosen above all else as the lasting monument to it. For in the public holiday granted on 25 April,…

Remembering the War for White Australia

Lest we forget. It is the phrase around which Anzac Day commemorations revolve; the raison d’etre of the entire day. And yet, ironically, it seems we are increasingly expected to forget much of the Anzac legacy, particularly where it intersects with matters of race. Most recently, and perhaps most superficially,…

Jumping Into Nationalism

Most people who will read this post understand that white Australians need to organise if they are to maintain any degree of political power in Australia. The reason that many people won’t get involved is simple: fear.  In this post, I want to briefly discuss taking the leap and getting…

Why Australia Day?

An address to the men of the Australian Natives’ Association Victorian Branch We gather here today in recognition of our national day – Australia Day. That we should do so, as nationalists, is hardly surprising. And yet it seems our commitment to our cause does not necessarily translate to a…

Disunity in Diversity

Log on to any Australian news website and you will be led to believe that the most important issue facing our nation and its people is the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. Likewise, tune into any Parliamentary debate or adjacent discussion and it is dominated by the conflict. Australia…

The Koorie Coup: Aboriginal Power Grabs in Victoria

While the news media has focused heavily on the upcoming referendum to enshrine an Aboriginal lobby group into the constitution (“The Voice”), little attention has been paid to or analysis provided of Victoria’s experiences with promoting so-called “Aboriginal self determination” or the astounding public costs already endured by White Victorians…