Saturday, 12 August 2017

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

We Are Many but We Are One

The Australian Conservatives, on Wednesday, August 9, released their Immigration and Citizenship policy. The five-part programme covers everything from Visa reform to the demand that refugee intakes be determined by Australia itself, as a sovereign state, and not imposed on us by supranational organisations such as the United Nations.

The Left and the PC brigade will be scandalised by the notion that immigration should be in Australia’s “economic, social and cultural interest”. We have reached a strange juncture, surely, when looking after the best interests of our country has become contentious.

Cory Bernardi’s plan to halve our current net immigration makes sense. Why, we need to ask, is the Turnbull government running the largest per capita immigration agenda in the world? The ‘Big Australia’ vision of both Labor and Coalition governments resulted in our population soaring by more than 20 percent between 2003-2015. ‘Big Australia’, in reality, means unmanageable pressure on “services, infrastructure and family incomes”.

The Australian Conservatives are also prepared call out the family reunion stream. The family reunion provision has been a generous way to make it easier for new migrants to begin the path towards integration into Australian society. It was not intended to be exploited by those born in this country. The commitment by the Australian Conservatives to “legislate that family members may only be brought to Australia if those members are declared at the time of the initial visa application” is, therefore, a masterstroke.

The final component of the Australian Conservatives’ immigration policy addresses residency and citizenship, with ten years of crime-free and terror-free residence required before citizenship is granted. In the end, the Immigration and Citizenship policy of the Australian Conservatives asserts that citizenship should have the same meaning for the newcomer as it does for those inviting them into our democratic and free country.        

Saturday, 1 July 2017

The July-August edition of Quadrant magazine is out!

Come on, subscribe to Quadrant magazine. It is, in the midst of the War of Freedom, the least you can do! 

Sunday, 4 June 2017

SOS...London Calling

The shocking thing is that terrorism works. Today the Salafi jihadists want to cut our throats and tomorrow the Muslim Brotherhood promise to protect us from their Salafi cousins if we do what the Muslim Brotherhood wants:

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Friday, 19 May 2017

The new McCarthyists

The modern-day left has become McCarthyite  

"McCarthyism", according to the definition I just looked up, is about making accusations of subversion or treason without proper regard for evidence. You have to read between the lines, but the writer here appears to grasp that the Washington Post etc are McCarthyite:

Saturday, 13 May 2017

Monday, 8 May 2017

1/3 of French voters did not vote

2022? If there is a democratic 2022 for France

How is it possible you would not vote when your civilisation is up for grabs?

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

From the Lucky Country to Israel - Spring 2017 Salisbury Review

Here is my latest piece for the Salisbury Review: 

This past December I was fortunate to be a delegate at the Australia-Israel-UK Leadership Dialogue. The journey from the Lucky Country to Israel, while not as lengthy as the flight to London, reminded me of the endurance test of the latter. You can imagine my delight to hear Qantas’ recent announcement that from March 2018 they will have a non-stop flight from Perth to London. At 17.5 hours, it is still a long one in anybody’s terms, but it will mark an historical milestone: a new era of uninterrupted travel between the United Kingdom and Australia.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Bret Easton Ellis on Childish Meltdowns

Brett Easton Ellis makes some great points about Hollywood's Power-Elite without really coming to grips with the New Totalitarian ideology driving these folk. But it is still insightful:

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Some kind of 'violent extremist' attack in London

We are the world, we are the children...

Lefties, can we begin a intelligent conversation about the psychosis of latter-day violent, apocalyptic millennialism (aka Radical Islamic Terrorism), please?

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

The New Totalitarians Attack Coopers Beer

Quite possibly the best beers in the world

Roger Franklin writes about the left-fascists who will not allow us to enjoy even a beer in peace:

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Conservatism with a revolutionary heart

Courtesy of The Spectator Australia
Here is a link to my piece on revolutionary conservatism in The Spectator Australia:  

Friday, 10 February 2017

President Trump & Prime Minister Turnbull

Here's a sharp piece by Andrew Lowy who, as an Australian living in the United States, has a unique perspective of the telephone kerfuffle between DC and Canberra:    

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Cate Blanchett has one of the most incisive political minds around

Being an actor is no small thing. At the same time, learning lines and impersonating people or interpreting characters does not automatically mean you are a political thinker. It is possible to be an actor and an intelligent political thinker, but that would require something more than sweeping statements backed up by no argument at all. So, no, I was only joking, Cate - your performance on the Jimmy Fallon Show was crude and lacked any sentient points. The tragedy for lefty lovelies is that nobody pushes them to rise above empty gestures. Sad. And, seriously, if you don't believe me, read this and see if she makes a single point about Donald Trump that a six-year-old couldn't make: