Political Correctness — the final nail in the coffin of the Anzac legacy [by Andrew Phillips]

The following article was printed in the 3rd edition of Destiny Magazine. By Andrew Phillips, March 2008 As we draw near to April, once again the thoughts of Australians turn to the sacrifices made by previous generations in past conflicts. In regional towns and cities around the country hundreds of thousands of Australians take the […]

Multiculturalism advocates’ campaign of contempt [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 6th January 2010 All is not well in the Ivory Tower. When the arrogant elite begin to have concerns about changes in society’s attitudes and it becomes evident that the general population are once again thinking for themselves, the poor hacks in some sections of our media cartel swing into action and […]

Ross Garnaut — “democratic debate must not influence policy”! [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 19th December 2009 Like many readers, I appreciate honesty. It’s a trait to be admired and encouraged. However, one rarely expects it to come from the legion of rampant internationalists and those who like to consider themselves as the “intelligentsia” — much less from someone with a history linked with the Hawke […]

Detroit — a timely lesson in Multiculturalism [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 10th December 2009 One of the great drawbacks of being an Australian is the apparent arrogance that has been fostered by the elite. While they have spent decades spinning the line in our education system, “churches” and advertising campaigns that we’re all the same, at the same time they do a backflip […]

Swiss referendum exposes hypocrisy of Official Multiculturalism [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 7th December 2009 Many readers have probably heard the results of Switzerland’s recent referendum proposing the banning of future construction of minarets on mosques in the country. The referendum proposal, pushed by the Swiss People’s Party was passed through a vote of 57.5% in favour of the proposal over 42.5 against and […]

Downer’s dribble — “size — it DOES matter!” [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 5th October 2009 Despite having turned his back on politics and left local taxpayers with a ridiculous bill for a needless by-election, former Foreign Affairs Minister and MP for Mayo Alexander Downer just can’t seem to keep his nose out of local affairs. One is left wondering why, if he is so […]

Protectionism — Globalism advocates “go on the offensive”? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 11th July 2009 Some readers might have had the misfortune to read a column by one David Penberthy of the Adelaide Advertiser on June 19th, in which Dave gently tried to educate all his “Prole” readers of the reality of modern day economics. Beginning his opinion piece, which fortunately for those of […]

Victorian bushfires — a question of justice [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 9th February 2009 Like most Australians I watched the footage of the Victorian bushfires with a sense of despair. The endless stories coming from the victims, all individual in the circumstances and detail, but unfortunately coming to the same heart wrenching conclusion. Over a short period, the fires have torn across Victoria […]

National Party — rural guardians or Liberals in Akubras? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 21st December 2008 Those who know me well are well aware I have a deep respect for the rank and file of the National Party. The Party membership comprises some of the most down-to-earth, no-nonsense people with a firm grip on reality one could ever hope to meet. Over the past year, […]

Capital punishment exposes Rudd’s hypocrisy [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 20th November 2008 The recent execution of the “Bali Bombers” in Indonesia was met with relief by many in Australia and hysteria by some in Indonesia, mostly supporters of J.I. [Jemaah Islamiyah] who one would think would be celebrating that their religious brothers would now be spending eternity being pampered by a […]