Australia Day was established to celebrate the settlement of Australia by Europeans, as a commemoration of the day when Governor Arthur Phillip declared the founding of a colony at Sydney Cove on the 26th of January in 1788.
The anniversary of the day was later commemorated as Foundation Day or European Settlement Day, then later came to be celebrated nationally as Australia Day.
Nowadays, most Australians celebrate the day by getting together with family or friends for a barbeque or meal with a few drinks, and perhaps to attend one of the many public events arranged to celebrate the founding of our nation.
No matter how it is celebrated, Australia Day is an important commemoration of the foundation of our nation.
Some multiculturalist Australia-haters would like to get rid of the celebration of Australia Day and similarly get rid of the Australian flag – as they view both as pillars of an Australian ethos that celebrates our nation’s British-European heritage. There is a virulent strain of the multiculturalist ideology that seeks to disenfranchise white Australians of their Western heritage by attacking, by slandering, and by getting rid of the symbols and icons that promote that heritage – this is part of a wider ideological agenda that seeks to demonise, delegitimise, and disenfranchise the Australian people in pursuit of a multicultural future with a predominantly Third World population.
Multiculturalists dominate the teaching profession and misuse their positions to promote propaganda that denigrates and demonizes our Western heritage in general and our Australian heritage in particular, even to the extent of claiming that “Australia has no culture” – a lie that is a form of cultural genocide.
Our nation faces continuing trials with ongoing attempts being made at cultural genocide and demographic genocide against our people. Considering the anti-Australian propaganda pushed by anti-Western teachers, journalists and politicians, and considering the high level of Third World immigration that the Liberal-Labor parties have flooded our country with, it has even been suggested that along with the Aborigines celebrating their survival, that Australians should also utilise the 26th of January as “Survival Day” to celebrate the fact that our heritage and culture has survived the ongoing assault against our nation.
The fact is that the Australian people have created a magnificent way of life, based upon freedom, mateship and nationhood; it is a way of life that is envied by millions across the world; a way of life worth protecting and worth celebrating.
Everyone should celebrate Australia Day, whether it is by having a BBQ with friends and family, heading off to the beach with an Aussie flag draped over your shoulders, going to a night-time fireworks event, or in any other way possible. Let’s celebrate our heritage, history and nation on this most patriotic of all days!