It has been a while since we published any substantial articles on those formations which, for the sake of brevity and clarity, we must still describe as the Left.

It is true that the Left has gone into rapid decline over the last ten years, we could put that down to their ageing supporter and activist bases, or the fact that they failed to produce enough children of their own who could carry forth the values of their parents.

That last point makes some sense when viewed in a historical context; we would expect that the political radicalisation toward the left of disaffected Irish immigrant labourers with a houseful of mouths to feed may have been somewhat easier to achieve than the indoctrination of, relatively speaking, well off and child-free workers in the current year.

A failure to radicalise one generation effectively breaks the chain and denies a movement any real sense of cohesion and continuity, few people are going to become invested in something which seemingly has no future.

While it is still possible to radicalise a tiny minority of young people, undergraduate girls, for the most part, these “conversions” are almost always temporary; these youths, with few exceptions, grow up to be middle of the road liberals or soppy social democrats.

The changing nature of work in the 21st century could be said to have contributed to the Left’s freefall into obscurity, as would the significant demographic changes wrought by 20 years of relentless immigration from the third world; our theory that the immigration program is now “rigged for success” valuing, most of all, quality over quantity seems more prescient now than ever.

A failure to radicalise one generation effectively breaks the chain and denies a movement any real sense of cohesion and continuity, few people are going to become invested in something which seemingly has no future.

It would be difficult to recruit the conservative, conformist minded and deeply religious Asians of the new Australian middle class to Left groups using their currently ubiquitous tactics of pilfered subaltern identity politics, humourless satire, censorship, pseudoscience and character assassination.

Australian Leftists also fell into the same trap as many on the right; as political tendencies of all shades have mostly retreated to internet safe spaces where only compliments are allowed, dissent can be easily squashed by a few mouse clicks and the flow of information strictly controlled.

The result of this has been the proliferation of loosely organised micro-groups and flash mobs, whose outlook is conceived in an internet echo chamber and whose aesthetics are that of internet pop-culture; veteran campaigners such as the U.S based Maoist Jason Unruhe have also noted with dismay the rise of this “alt-Left” to counter the equally problematic alt-Right.

As Nationalists well know, this insistence by some people on taking to the streets their internet role playing, with its eclectic mix of foreign and just completely made-up folklore, has not produced a stable base on which to stand a cohesive and durable activist collective.

This all begs the question: If not the Left, with all its material resources and residual goodwill from the days when it actually stood for working Whites, then who on the political scene besides the Nationalists is fit to stand against the approaching juggernaut of the LNP and One Nation coalition?

Australian Leftists also fell into the same trap as many on the right; as political tendencies of all shades have mostly retreated to internet safe spaces where only compliments are allowed, dissent can be easily squashed by a few mouse clicks and the flow of information strictly controlled.

Comrades, we are, of course, in no way suggesting any sort of alliance or compromise between ourselves and the “Loony Left”, in most cases the enemy of our enemy is just another enemy, however the prospect of widespread acceptance by the White workers of the Hanson deception, purely because there are no other options, is a real cause for concern.

Inasmuch as we can trust opinion polls, the recent surveys indicating a One Nation-LNP victory in the 2018 Victorian election are notable for one thing, they suggest a substantial defection of Labor voters toward the Hanson camp; this information will surely add to the sense of ill foreboding which must, by now, hang like a black cloud over the Daniel Andrews team offices in Treasury Place.

Consider the implications here; we have workers in the most Left friendly state in the federation abandoning their traditional party, the ALP, for an anti-worker, pro-globalist, conservative snake-in-the-grass like Pauline Hanson and her cohort of conspiracy nuts, rural knuckle draggers and unfathomable multicult freaks.

Nationalists understand the reasons for this disillusionment among White workers, the Victorian ALP is rotten, from the branch level to the caucus the party is riddled with crooks and bourgeois opportunists.

From the thieving MP’s like Don Nardella and Telmo Languiller, to the corrupt union bosses who hold sway over the rank and file and the morally bankrupt grassroots leaders, such as the appalling Intaj Khan in Wyndham, the party is no longer seen as something which working people of good conscience and who hold on to healthy values can support.

Nationalists understand the reasons for this disillusionment among White workers, the Victorian ALP is rotten, from the branch level to the caucus the party is riddled with crooks and bourgeois opportunists.

The problems also extend to the policies of the ALP and the leadership style of Daniel Andrews’ Left faction, deficiencies which are mirrored, to a large extent, in the other state branches as well as the federal parliamentary party.

The very policies which have, in large part, caused the electoral collapse of the Left and opened the door to right wingers are still being employed, in the most pig-headed fashion, as a supposed defence against conservatism and Hansonism; we could cue that old Albert Einstein quote about the definition of madness here, but the Left are not really mad in that sense, they are simply lazy, smug and complacent.

Identity politics, feminism and poorly written satire will be no match for the likes of Kevin Andrews and his murder of Crows in the Liberal right and who knows what manner of suburban Frankenstein’s monsters Pauline will cobble together as candidates; the Leftists can scoff, roll their eyes and make fun to their hearts content, but unless they start to take their politics seriously they can expect to lose, big time.

We have no words of encouragement to offer the Left, we merely point out that they are on the road to ruin, our solution to their problems is simply to ask the genuine radicals among them to jump ship and become Australian Nationalists.

For that is the real political battle of our age, the struggle between globalist-capitalism and Nationalism.

Our side will continue with our programme of White radicalisation, as we always have, but calling Pauline Hanson a racist from your internet safe space and expecting the White working class to self-radicalise on the basis of hollow virtue signalling and confected moral panics is worse than doing nothing, it actually makes resistance to globalism harder across the board.

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