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There is no such thing as a war crime

The Australian Defence Force is currently humiliating itself to the alleged poor conduct of our warriors in the War on Terror. It is an...

The Viet Cong Episode – Melbourne Traditionalists Podcast Episode Thirty

A superb solo talk by Mark Moncrieff, he discusses the operational tactics of the Viet Cong and what European nationalists can glean from them....

Civil War is Total War

Originally published June 25, 2018. Europe is a good news story these days. The people are either electing governments which defend their borders, their culture...

Melbourne Traditionalists Ep. 5: Danger Close, Epstein & political development

Three main topics were discussed by David Hiscox and Mark Moncrieff in this week's episode of Melbourne Traditionalists: A review of Australian movie Danger...

Cultural destruction: Why and how the left rewrites identity and history

David In some of my previous articles, I have discussed groups such as the Socialist Alternative and the Chinese government initiative, the Confucius Institute. In...

The Two Thousand Year War: Part 1

Editor: Originally published on November 11, 2018.  The Christmas period is a good time to review the arguments made here, and part 2 will...

Why is the Korean War ‘The forgotten War’?

The Battle of the Samichon River - The Hook, took place between the 24th and the 26th of July 1953 between the Chinese People’s...

Stories from an East Timor Veteran

Anzac Day is once again upon us and given the heightened tension in Australia’s political climate, I’m sad to say that it will more...

Open letter to Stan Grant

Dear Stan, I am an Australian of migrant background and mixed ethnicity. I grew up in largely ethnic communities in Melbourne’s north and have lived...

Thought for the Day: The 50’s were better

I love Sunday afternoons for many reasons. A big reason is the old movies that get played on TV; often they are Westerns, often...