We live in strange times, comrades. Whither Collectivism? This was the original working title for the following piece, we felt however that this approach lacked a little something, for we know where the spirit of Australian collectivism rests, it is with the Nationalists.

True, the Nationalists have always held to the ideals of collective action by and on behalf of the true Australians; it is something we have never abandoned, nor even altered these long decades.

The stunning reverses in this area by the Left, however, bear some commentary since they have the ear of politicians at every level of government and their mean ideals are front and centre in mainstream politics.

At every level, the Left have abandoned the ideal and practices of collective action in favour of an open-ended and particularly selfish brand of Liberalism.

In truth the Left are as wholly occupied by individualism and the propagation of the globalist consumer culture as the most rapacious of the capitalists; the Left also take this to the extremes of narcissism and anarchy more typically associated with bandit capitalists and their underlings.

At every turn we see some half-baked Leftist ideological concoction or mash-up of ideas being expressed as a stream of their identity politics; what is more, these constructs all relate to the personal realm as adherents to this way of seeing the world primarily self-identify themselves, through a checklist of recently invented identitarian categories.

The stunning reverses in this area by the Left, however, bear some commentary since they have the ear of politicians at every level of government and their mean ideals are front and centre in mainstream politics.

There is a tendency among the less well-informed activists of the “far-right” to label the Left of 2017 as Marxists, or Communists; nothing could be further from the truth and, in fact, all that they currently stand for goes against the principles laid down by Marx, Engels, Lenin and their successors.

We would not bore our readers with a digression into the how and why of this abandonment of Marxist-Leninist thought, suffice it to say that the modern Leftist barely knows the names of the old socialists, much less has any real appreciation of their work.

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The collectivist spirit of the Aussie worker as seen in the film Sunday Too Far Away (1975)

We can, however, provide a few illustrations of the fallacies inherent in modern Leftist and progressive thinking, where the narrow individualist core of their worldview is cynically presented to the working class as a broad consensus.

Most notable among these fraught patterns of thought are the prevailing Leftist attitudes toward Islam and Muslims, for it is here we see, in graphic detail, the progressive mind in action.

Leftists generalise about Muslims all the time, they encourage people to see the followers of Muhammad as a collective, or a class of people in society.

We would not bore our readers with a digression into the how and why of this abandonment of Marxist-Leninist thought, suffice it to say that the modern Leftist barely knows the names of the old socialists, much less has any real appreciation of their work.

This is blatantly false, Muslims are probably the most divided, atomised, faith group in the world; sectarian tensions are rife in their social groupings, as are ethnic, tribal and political rivalries.

When this is pointed out to the Leftist, however, he will begin to extoll the benefits of diversity within collectives, such as his imagined Muslim “community”; when he is pressed further and challenged with the evidence that this diversity is actually an impediment in many respects he falls back to reliance on individualism.

Yes, comrades, here we see the Leftist’s core belief in the individual as the most important unit of society as he name-drops and puts upon a pedestal the most individually accomplished and successful of the Muslims in Australia.

The fêted individual Muslim is then presented as the standard, the benchmark or the lens through which all well-meaning and virtuous people are said to regard Muslims and their religion.

Only the individual truly matters to the modern Left. Our next example is taken from the headlines of recent weeks: the so-called homeless crisis in our capital cities.

Yes, comrades, here we see the Leftist’s core belief in the individual as the most important unit of society as he name-drops and puts upon a pedestal the most individually accomplished and successful of the Muslims in Australia.

Once again the Left, in their propaganda, collectivise vagrants, itinerants and rough sleepers but when the idea arises of these urchins being an actual class of people, in a class system, who are fairly judged as troublesome by most right-thinking people the reversion to reliance on exceptions to the rule, individual cases and personal feelings on the matter occurs.

This exhortation to put oneself in the shoes of another “less fortunate” individual, to identify and sympathise with this cherry-picked homeless person who claims to have fallen from the middle classes to penury and disgrace further reinforces the conviction that the subjective, personal viewpoint is the core principle of the Left.

So too, their discussion of immigration is infected by this tendency to fantasise about the lives of others, to attempt to relate to them person to person rather than as members of distinctly different, often hostile out-groups.

Television programmes such as “Go Back To Where You Came From” highlight this tactic, this subjective view of the, often negative, individual experiences of migrants as the determining factor in judging the utility of immigration policy.

Indeed the whole progressive, open borders, agenda is predicated on fair treatment, in their eyes, of individual migrants and asylum seekers as opposed to the fair treatment of very real and longstanding collectives, namely the nations of the world.

So too, their discussion of immigration is infected by this tendency to fantasise about the lives of others, to attempt to relate to them person to person rather than as members of distinctly different, often hostile out-groups.

Progressives wilfully ignore ideas such as showing responsibility to their own national collective, or the migrants’ responsibilities to their home country; the belief is that the individual has the right to live anywhere they choose regardless of any other considerations.

In the end, though, the Left are failing precisely because the White Australian majority can no longer deny themselves the collectivism of the national group on the promise of the future benefits of diversity.

Our people are looking for more than the crass, nihilistic individualism of the globalist capitalist castes and their Leftist imitators: we want our trade unions and political parties to faithfully represent us, we want the security and social justice that collective national action has been proven to bring about in this country.

The Nationalists would see this return to collectivism realised, we would re-affirm the trade union and the fighting workers’ party as the primary instruments of White working class political struggle and take all necessary measures to protect the national collective and commonwealth.

Our forebears believed as we do now, that once Australia was transformed into a place where White men and women could thrive, then true social justice and progress could be achieved.

The return to the forms of collectivism which served us so well in the past is the only way forward in the present age of decaying standards of living, uncertain prospects for our children and anti-worker hostility from the elites.

We call upon all true radicals, those disillusioned by crass individualism to join us, to take the fighting spirit and radical politics of the “hungry years” of the 19th century for their inspiration as together we strive to re-animate Australian national consciousness.

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The collectivist ideal is powerful in the Borg. Well. It’s true
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