Anti-Australian attack upon Cook’s Cottage

Cook's Cottage, Melbourne

In what must be one of the most moronic acts of the year, Anarchists in Melbourne have vandalised Captain Cook’s Cottage, by spray-painting their stupid slogans all over the historic building located in the Fitzroy Gardens, as some sort of infantile ...
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Australia Day Council, still in the firm grip of Cultural Marxism, rewards Adam Goodes

Cultural Marxism

Australia may have a new “conservative” government, but if ever there was a reminder of how numerous Australian institutions remain in the hands of activist social progressives, it would be the National Australia Day Council’s choice for the 2014 ...
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All the best for Australia Day

Australian flag

The Australian Protectionist Party would like to wish all our members and supporters all the best for Australia Day. Stay safe and enjoy celebrating everything that makes this country such a fantastic place in which to live! Never forget that ...
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Was Saudi Arabia behind September 11?

Saudi Arabia, flag

From our foreign affairs section: Ever since the infamous terrorist attacks on US targets on September 11, 2001, conspiracy theories have abounded. The internet is full of these theories, with claims and counter-claims about an “inside job”, ...
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Refugee from the workplace?


By Andrew Phillips, APP National Chairman: The Australian media is conspicuous in it’s silence about the much lauded application for asylum in Australia by former Zimbabwean ambassador, Ms Zwambila. Ms Zwambila’s post in Canberra finished on ...
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Shane Warne gushing over Bob Hawke, what was he thinking?


Contributed article Shane Warne was doing the commentary at the cricket recently when former Prime Minister Bob Hawke turned up. Warnie gushed about Hawke, telling everyone what a wonderful Prime Minister he was. What . . . the . . . Friar ...
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Australia ripped off again, as foreign bookies take Aussie punters’ losses


It’s popular folklore that Australians have always loved a bet. It’s often said that “Australians will bet on two flies crawling up a wall”. Last year, Australians lost an estimated $200 million to foreign bookies, which was about half the total ...
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Hypocrites, hypocrites everywhere


The leaders of the Liberal and Labor parties have started off 2014 with a healthy dose of hypocrisy. Liberal leader Tony Abbott, in his New Year message, talked about Australians being able to “build a better future for yourself and for our ...
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