It will not have escaped the notice of our readers that the now traditional days of lamentation and anguish leading up to January 26 were, this time, particularly traumatic for the Lefties and Righties alike.

Numerous limp wristed plots, petitions, hashtags and half-hearted shenanigans were mooted by the Left, by way of rending their garments over White supremacy. Rallies were held, flags burnt, tears shed and, in Sydney at least, the Leftists did their best impersonation of a set of bowling pins being skittled by a bustling riot squad.

The grumbling from the right wingers and conservatives grew somewhat louder than usual too, in this “sensitive time” their thoughts turned to the inevitable theme of: “We are being prevented from celebrating our national day!”.

Rallies were held, flags burnt, tears shed and, in Sydney at least, the Leftists did their best impersonation of a set of bowling pins being skittled by a bustling riot squad.

Yes, the war on Australia Day is now the new front in the war on everything; it joins Christmas, Easter and ANZAC day on some theoretical hit list of Aussie values drawn up, presumably, by Lee Rhiannon and Daniel Andrews.

Leaving aside the now standard Nationalist admonition against listening to any of the gripes of Leftist pea-brains, professional Aborigines and bourgeois Anti-Fascists; we ask you, comrade, is there really anything for the true radical to be upset about?

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Australia Day in its current form is a travesty anyway. Since 1994, practically a whole generation if you like to think of it that way, the 26th has been a state-sponsored multicultural love-in; so why should White Nationalists care if the state decides to move it’s pseudo-patriotic circus to another day?

At the heart of this debate is the question of who really owns historical commemorations and, in a sense, who should be responsible for carrying on the national traditions?

The state, government and local councils cannot do this in any other format than the current multicult pantomime of purely theoretical social cohesion and forced looking public displays of camaraderie between races and ethnic groups.

At the heart of this debate is the question of who really owns historical commemorations and, in a sense, who should be responsible for carrying on the national traditions?

It is, therefore, unrealistic to expect publicly funded and organised days of national commemoration to be anything other than a reflection of the value set of globalist vassals, bandit capitalists and bourgeois Left wingers.

In truth, most real Australians, if they’re not working through anyway, celebrate the day as a public holiday and take the opportunity to catch up on household jobs, knock about with friends and family or just take it easy with a few coldies in front of the telly.

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Perhaps they would like to try and take it back? If so, talk to the Chinese, they own it now

The reality is that it makes no difference if the state withdraws its support for Australia Day celebrations on January 26; in many respects the removal of their values from the equation is so desirable to Nationalists that we’d like to offer our fondest farewells to the Lefties, globalists and Aborigines and hope that the door hits them on the arse as they leave.

Nobody can stop our people from celebrating whatever they want on whichever day they want; do the right wingers really see the possibility of an Australian society where Whites gather in secret conclaves on days of national significance?

Do we really buy into the idea of subversive commemorations where Aussies furtively meet in the pre-dawn darkness, wearing their flag capes and clutching their VB stubbies as they whisper the lyrics to Advance Australia Fair in some abandoned shearing shed out the back of Bourke?

In truth, most real Australians, if they’re not working through anyway, celebrate the day as a public holiday and take the opportunity to catch up on household jobs, knock about with friends and family or just take it easy with a few coldies in front of the telly.

The “war on everything” is a fantasy of those stuck in the rut of the obsolete Left-Right paradigm, if we think about it rationally there is no way the authorities could ban our traditions; the most vocal naysayers and troublemakers number only in the hundreds in each state and as we saw this past week, they can motivate maybe 1% of the population.

Yes, to an extent the Left have hijacked national commemorations at the local level but it is up to good Aussie folk to simply steal them back, to turn up if they really want to own these days and make it so that the traitors lose interest in participating.

Every town and suburb has its cliques of, usually middle-aged Lefties, the ubiquitous “tree changers” and “social justice warriors” with their arts degrees and bourgeois salons of followers entranced by the possibility of climbing the social ladder.

It is up to the local national patriots, then, to either shoo them away from implicitly White traditional ceremonies or to offer a better, more authentic commemoration on the day and starve them of attendees.

For our part the Nationalists would actually welcome a shift in focus to new years day as the main national commemoration; Federation Day, let the globalist vassals try to spin that as anything but a day of working class White Australian unity; it simply cannot be done.

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