One law for some

With the easing of the Coronavirus restrictions, Australians are starting to get some of their freedoms back. For most people, this was their first taste of what it must be like to live in a police state (albeit one far from the excesses of ...
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The anti-Australians are attacking Australia Day (yet again)

Every year when Australia Day comes around, there are always attacks either against Australia Day itself or against the Australian flag. This is par for the course, as Leftists, Multiculturalists, and anti-Australian cranks have an ongoing political ...
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Anzac Day 2018: Lest we forget

From an APP member Anzac Day is a time when Australians stop to remember the heroism and sacrifices of all the men and women who served, fought, and died in the service of the Australian nation. It is a day which is sacred to the memory of all ...
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A stagnant Australia?

(Contributed article) A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald alleged that if it weren’t for immigration, our culture would be “stagnant”. Oh, really? So, without immigration, our nation would just be some dirty smelly backwater? That ...
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Anzac Day furore is just another example of traitorous Multiculturalism

The recent furore over the anti-Anzac position taken by Yassmin Abdel-Magied has scraped away just a bit of the veneer which covers the true face of Multiculturalism. Yassmin Abdel-Magied, a black African now permanently resident in Australia ...
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With friends like these, who needs enemies?

One of the most recent “multicultural success stories” to hit the news is that of Micquaella O’Shane (also known as Micquaella Pryce), a member of the Royal Australian Navy. For Australia Day, this member of the military, supposedly a defender of ...
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Massive ethnic brawls in Sydney and Melbourne highlight the ugly reality of Multiculturalism

Recently, two gigantic brawls erupted on the same weekend (12-13 March 2016) in the CBDs of Australia’s two biggest (and most multicultural) cities, Sydney and Melbourne. City streets were shut down, as dozens of rival gang members fought amongst ...
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France today, Australia tomorrow? Who is to blame?

[From an APP member] The events of the past few days should be a wake-up call to the Multiculturalists, demonstrating that their ideology is severely and fatally flawed. The attacks by Muslim militants upon the innocent men, women, and children of ...
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