We discuss the spooky extremism of reducing immigration, post-Russiagate depression and the new empowered mothers making their own porn.
Pop & Locke editor Jack explains the situation regarding Milo Yiannopolous being granted a visa to Australia and some of the arguments the Home Affairs Department and other political figures used to advocate rejecting him.
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.
Any traditionalist or nationalist who believes themselves capable of valuing liberal capitalism has been fooled by its propaganda.
We discuss two consequential Australian uprisings; the 2005 Cronulla riots and the 1854 Eureka Rebellion.
“Many protesters were attacked by the police. If you have seen videos circulating on the internet, know that the reality was worse than that.”
You don’t ever really become a Traditionalist, it more dawns on you that you’ve been one all along.
The panel discuss Minecraft and Fortnite, Antisemitism and Tony Abbott shilling for China.
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 panel discuss the 1912 Maternity Allowance Act, one of the first social welfare programs of its kind in the world, as well as the 2002 Bali Bombings in Indonesia which represents the largest loss of Australian lives in a single terror attack.
Tradition is the true herald of progress while progressivism is the herald of primitivism.