CTRL-LEFT ICONOCLASM IS PETTY AND DERIVATIVE

CTRL-LEFT ICONOCLASM IS PETTY AND DERIVATIVE

As the culture wars rage on, the Sydneyside Left have now outdone themselves in terms of boneheaded, historically illiterate dummy spitting.

The cretins have made a moonlight, anti-Australia Day graffiti raid upon several statues of historical significance, yet, simpletons that they are, they have managed to tag the wrong naval captain, the wrong colonial governor and the wrong monarch.

James Cook, what is more, made only short visits to Terra Australis, Lachlan Macquarie went home to London once his tenure was up and Queen Victoria, as far as anyone knows, never set foot upon her antipodean colony, none of them has any direct link to January 26, 1788.

Even more astonishing is the fact that all three were generally well disposed toward the native inhabitants of this new world, after the fashion of their time; Queen Victoria, in particular, was well regarded by her indigenous subjects, many of whom saw the monarchy as a mechanism of appeal against their treatment by often tyrannical colonial bureaucrats.

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The suspected Hyde Park vandal and his handiwork

Macquarie was even something of a progressive on race relations when he arrived in Sydney in 1810, in our time he would be regarded as a “social justice warrior” and reformer, no administrator is perfect but he was one of the good guys, all things considered.

Of course the picture formed of the monarch by naive Aborigines desperate for the intervention of a greater power to alleviate their poverty and perceived ill treatment was probably wide of the mark, it nevertheless remained a part of their post-colonial folklore until the rise of the currently fashionable, revisionist stream of Australian historical story telling in the early 1970’s.

The cretins have made a moonlight, anti-Australia Day graffiti raid upon several statues of historical significance, yet, simpletons that they are, they have managed to tag the wrong naval captain, the wrong colonial governor and the wrong monarch.

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A photo taken in 1938: Protesting Australia Day is not a new idea, you just didn’t see many Whites doing it back then

We would like to point out that this current fancy for iconoclasm among the Ctrl-Left is but another piece of reactionary, copycat behaviour influenced by equally awful and misguided pseudo-socialist groups overseas, particularly in the United States.

Readers will notice that nowadays everything the Australian branch of the Ctrl-Left does is an attempt to directly transplant rhetoric and fashions in activism from other societies; this is due to the fact that their senior members had abandoned the traditional, Maoist influenced but Australian centred tropes popular on the left from the mid-1960’s.

Seattle had a Black Bloc in 1999, so Melbourne had to have one in 2000, New York had Occupy Wall St in 2011, Melbourne and Sydney had to have squatter camps and sit ins as well; rinse and repeat for Black Lives Matter, Opposition to the Trump inauguration and lately a Charlottesville solidarity rally.

These people have no shame, many of the wrinkled faces in today’s Lefty rent-a-crowd flash mobs, we know for a fact, were avid “China Line” Marxist-Leninists in their youth, throughout the following two decades they cynically used the imagery, poetry and folk culture of colonial White Australia as their central motif, in the hope of awakening the “natural Socialism” of the working classes.

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Flash forward and every Hippy-Dip White is on the bandwagon, but for how long?

Their hypocrisy has no limit, we have covered, as one example, the hue and cry over the use of the Eureka flag by Australia First Party and the attempt by elements of the new Ctrl-Left to “reclaim” the image in the name of Communists past.

Seattle had a Black Bloc in 1999, so Melbourne had to have one in 2000, New York had Occupy Wall St in 2011, Melbourne and Sydney had to have squatter camps and sit ins as well; rinse and repeat for Black Lives Matter, Opposition to the Trump inauguration and lately a Charlottesville solidarity rally.

So how does that sentiment fit in with their current iconoclastic play-acting and their mad rush to publicly denounce every White explorer, squatter and would-be Bunyip aristocrat of the 19th century?

Nationalists see our history as a continuum, one unbroken line of events in which the whole provides the context for the constituent parts and examining events in isolation is regarded as a fruitless pastime which can only lead a person along the wrong path.

January 26, 1788, and December 3rd, 1854 are inseparable in our political philosophy, to denounce one and attach symbolic virtues to another would be akin to demonising the heroes of Kokoda in 1942 while idealising the A.I.F who fought on the Somme in 1916, only a schizophrenic or a con-artist could wrap their mind around that way of thinking.

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Ben Hall, thanks to the Commos everyone who went to school in the 1970’s knows that he was hunted from his station and like a Dog shot down

Right there we have the heart of the matter, the Ctrl-Left, Lily White in hue as it is, comprises a bunch of con-artists and hysterical nutjobs at the top who gather the ignorant and gullible as their acolytes.

This year they are talking about tearing down monuments and going all INGSOC on our national folklore and like their innocent tribal ancestors the urban Blacks are lapping up the lamentations of Ben Quilty, Julia Baird and Bill Shorten.

Nationalists see our history as a continuum, one unbroken line of events in which the whole provides the context for the constituent parts and examining events in isolation is regarded as a fruitless pastime which can only lead a person along the wrong path.

Trouble is, in years to come these same people may well be engaged in another colonial revival in an attempt to capitalise upon the growing discontent among the White workers and marginalised people forced to live under the heel of globalist capitalism.

Do not be surprised, dear reader, if in a few years you emerge from Southern Cross Station to be greeted by a hippy with a Henry Lawson moustache, in moleskins and a leather hat inviting you to the Socialist Alternative wool-shed dance and bush poetry evening.

To a Nationalist who has lived among these progressive dopes for many decades, this is all well within the realm of possibility and those urban Blacks will once again be pushed back to the status of a novelty act in the next failed Leftist play for the soul of the nation.

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Even crappy lefty pub bands from the ’80s may be part of some theoretical Ctrl-Left attempt at Aussie cultural renaissance
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JANUARY 26 IS NOW WHITE AUSTRALIA DAY

JANUARY 26 IS NOW WHITE AUSTRALIA DAY

Another day, another giant step backwards by the self-aggrandising, suburban cultural elites which pass for town councils these days.

Darebin Council, which for those not in the know serves a municipality in Melbourne’s inner northern suburbs, has joined nearby Yarra city council in cancelling their Australia Day commemorations. The stated reasons for the action boil down to pretty bog standard White, Bourgeois virtue signalling concerning the British invasion of this continent in 1788.

Egged on by a handful of semi-professional Aborigines and bolstered by an opinion poll which garnered a whopping 81 responses from a population of 147,000 residents, the council resolved to dispense with their January 26 activities and to move the 2018 event back a day as a symbolic gesture of solidarity with the Indigenous peoples of the land.

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Darebin’s local Blacks were vocal in the debate over Australia Day. In fact, they were so vocal nobody actually listened to the 147,000 other residents 

To many Nationalists the post-1994 vision of Australia Day is a joke. At at best, the real meaning of the day has been largely excised from the commemorations in favour of globalist cosmopolitan fluff. The 26th is now basically “Immigrants Day” in all but name.

The main purpose of the council run Australia Day activities has been to welcome new immigrants and hold citizenship ceremonies for the newcomers, to the extent that publicly funded celebrations or parades are held in major cities they focus almost exclusively on multicultural themes.

To many Nationalists the post-1994 vision of Australia Day is a joke, at best; the real meaning of the day has been largely excised from the commemorations in favour of globalist cosmopolitan fluff; the 26th is now, basically, “Immigrants Day” in all but name.

The trend toward change and the “Black Arm Band” approach to Australia Day probably began with the actions of Fremantle City council, who have repeatedly, and unilaterally, tried to change the date of the event, to great consternation among residents.

The response by the Turnbull government, in the case of Yarra council at least has been to strip the city of its authority to conduct citizenship ceremonies, with the possibility of a federally run event being held in Yarra on January 26th in spite of the council’s wishes.

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Australia Day since 1994 has been stripped of any coherent socio-political message besides the globalist-capitalist mantra: “Diversity Is Strength!”

In expectation of such ban being placed upon Darebin too, we wonder what then the dissenting councils will actually present to their supporters in their alternative programme? Presumably some Aboriginal dancing, a smoking ceremony and welcome to country, activities which they already held on Australia day anyway.

Looking at it from the perspective of the patriotic and civic minded rate payer it is probably better that these dissident councillors keep away from Australia Day; why would the public want councillors cheapening the national holiday by officiating over something they do not believe in?

January 26 then, logically, defaults to a day of remembrance for Whites and a day of mourning for Aborigines, which is well and good since the two ethnic groups are the original, and only protagonists in that historical drama, “New Australians” and cosmopolitans be damned.

From an Australian Nationalist point of view, this is a gift punted straight into our laps by these politically naive councillors, who are more interested in signalling their social status and bourgeois credentials than playing the long game.

If the globalists and rootless cosmopolitans wish to walk away from Australia Day in a symbolic gesture toward racial reconciliation then we can only offer the traditional sarcastic advice to someone who has worn out their welcome: “Here’s your hat, mind how you go”.

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Feel free to go overboard with the trimmings next White Australia Day, Nanny is no longer watching 

January 26 then, logically, defaults to a day of remembrance for Whites and a day of mourning for Aborigines, which is well and good since the two ethnic groups are the original, and only protagonists in that historical drama, “New Australians” and cosmopolitans be damned.

Shaming tactics only work on those with a guilty conscience or people afflicted by the (((Old World))) neuroses surrounding race and identity; normal, mentally healthy Whites might whoop for joy and kick up their heels knowing that Darebin and Yarra’s globalist busybodies will now have to keep their beaks out of traditional Australia Day celebrations.

As one Nationalist pointed out to us in conversation: “Nothing these people do ever works!”, so I guess we really should thank the Green and Socialist councillors of Yarra and Darebin for abandoning their right to voice an opinion on who does what on what we can now rightly call White Australia Day, January 26.

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SCREWED AT ULURU

SCREWED AT ULURU

The recent and, some would say, abortive convention on the constitutional recognition of First Nations people in Australia has raised more questions than it has answered.

Amid the collective blowing of gaskets among the right-wingers, the ill-informed cheering of the White bourgeoisie and the callous schadenfreude of the social media pundits, the substance of the resolutions reached and the chicanery behind the scenes has gone largely unreported by the mainstream press.

For those interested in the radical Aboriginal position Ghillar Michael Anderson of the Euahlayi Peoples Republic has penned a detailed article describing his experiences at the Uluru convention; the picture he paints of the workshops and the participants is one of dysfunction, division and outside manipulation of the agenda.

Historically the Australian nationalists have supported Aboriginal advancement, this is beyond contradiction and the position of amity and peaceful co-existence between White and Indigenous remains to this day.

The can of worms opened by the Uluru declaration, though, raises some interesting issues for us, particularly on the status of nations, or those asserting nationhood however defined, under the present commonwealth system.

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Gough confronted a lot of these issues, but they still remain unresolved

The declaration calls for a Makaratta Commission as a supervisory body entrusted with oversight of all agreements between first peoples and governments, Makaratta being there defined as “the coming together after a struggle”.

According to Ghillar, however, Makaratta might be better defined as the resumption of social norms after blood debts have been settled by payback and the appropriate ceremonies have been performed. As a veteran campaigner, he recalls that this approach was tried in the past as a workaround, but that the opinion of the state was, and presumably remains, that such a framework could be accommodated by the present “colonial” legal system.

The can of worms opened by the Uluru declaration, though, raises some interesting issues for us, particularly on the status of nations, or those asserting nationhood however defined, under the present commonwealth system.

We can agree on principle that each nation has the authority to define itself, collectively, however, it chooses and that any treaties or agreements should be made according to international law rather than current state or commonwealth laws.

Little wonder that this subversive concept of a Makaratta body representing First Nations operating under the present system was mooted given the reported makeup of the body of delegates at Uluru.

From the top down, from the Referendum Council to the group discussion level, the accusation has been made that the whole consultative process has been rigged and is being directed by “hidden hands”, namely east coast Aboriginal bureaucrats, right-wingers and agents of the state.

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Yes, he is always there, yet nothing ever seems to change for the better

The makeup of the Constitutional Recognition Referendum Council itself is an indicator that something is on the nose; Noel Pearson, Marcia Langton, Patrick Dodson and Mark Leibler, to White Nationalists, at least represent the essence of the problem facing any ethno-nationalist or indigenous sovereignty movement on this continent.

This board of sell outs, globalist shills, moderates and the ever present Zionist influence in Leibler cannot be seen to have the interests of any nation, tribe or ethnic group in mind simply because they are known to be hostile to the very concepts of nation and ethnicity.

From the top down, from the Referendum Council to the group discussion level, the accusation has been made that the whole consultative process has been rigged and is being directed by “hidden hands”, namely east coast Aboriginal bureaucrats, right-wingers and agents of the state.

The goal of the declaration, it seems to us, is to nullify concepts of nationality separate from Commonwealth citizenship or a sense of belonging to anything beyond the narrow, prescribed, globalist-cosmopolitan identity, via a dubious process of reconciliation.

It is further alleged that the council and its paid employees are mere “puppets” of Mr Leibler, who reportedly sat in a separate room in Yulara resort during the conference, his instructions to his co-chair being relayed back and forth by runners or electronic messaging.

We leave that comment hanging as we can only rely upon the accounts of others, needless to say, that we are not surprised that Mr Leibler is at the centre of this process and that as a result, events have taken this turn.

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Ghillar Michael Anderson is the last surviving member of the original tent embassy

There are broader issues here too, the demands for sovereignty by radicals, such as Ghillar Michael Anderson are well and good, we would be hypocrites to disagree; however, land rights and occupation of territory do not mean the same today as they did in 1788.

Ownership of natural resources by First Nations, in a globalised economy dominated by multinationals, will not necessarily guarantee a return for those nations; if leasing and royalty fees are too onerous the capitalists will simply invest elsewhere or import materials from the global marketplace.

There are broader issues here too, the demands for sovereignty by radicals, such as Ghillar Michael Anderson are well and good, we would be hypocrites to disagree; however, land rights and occupation of territory do not mean the same today as they did in 1788.

Another unhelpful development arising from the Uluru conference was a claim, by some, for separate dealings with “urban, educated” Aborigines and “full bloods”; this we interpret as the creation of categories of assimilated and unassimilated persons, which further betrays another agenda by the convenors and the Turnbull government.

For the White Nationalists, there is no issue of splitting our people up into defined groups based upon, perhaps, degrees of loyalty to cosmopolitanism, or whether our people are assimilated into multiculturalism or not and we reject the idea that this type of divisive meddling should be imposed upon others.

We will not be so silly as to trumpet “solidarity” with the First Nations, we all have a long way to go in our parallel national struggles before that could become a realistic proposition. We merely point out these interesting developments as they highlight to the general public the realities of national struggle and the systems which are deployed against any group deviating from the prescribed globalist-consumerist-cosmopolitan pathway.

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Marcia Langton was once a radical activist too