The mass acceptance of refugees into Europe was criticised by many on the left and the right, however the elite saw it (and in many cases still do see it) as essential economic stimulus to prevent financial collapse.
The foe here is not Islam or nationalism, but instead neoliberalism and their imposition of internationalism.
The atomised individual finds no interest in the greater good of his fellows.
While the forces we come up against are certainly great, it is through an analysis of both history and the present that we can see that despite all this, there exists reasons to be hopeful.
“Every man or every power, whose action consists solely in surrender, can only finish by self-annihilation.”
As Tucker Carlson has, all cultural conservatives should rethink the economic system that currently advocates for our demise.
Seeing now that it is entirely legitimate for opposition leaders to simply declare themselves leader, I see no reason not to advance myself as the sole ruler of this nation.
A quick video explaining the virtues of Senator Fraser Anning’s suggested national bank, coupled with a very brief explanation of the modern system.
Recently proposed subsidies are desperate attempts to fuel credit growth as anxiety about the state of the economy rises amongst politicians and financiers.
Blessed with the fruits of our ancestors, today there exist the echoes of an old identity, waiting to be reborn by a great Australian renaissance.
The attack in Melbourne is yet another testament to the disaster of our government and their policy of multiculturalism.
To quote Senator Anning’s maiden speech: “I want to see a cultural counter-revolution”.