Unions — actively endorsing a flood of cheap labour? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 14th July 2007 Few could deny the need for the presence of a responsible union movement in today’s industrial climate. Indeed, with both major parties fawning to the whims of large multinationals in order to secure their next round of election donations and the poor hapless Australian worker left defenceless, the time […]

Scandinavian experience warning for Australia [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 3rd July 2007 Following is an interesting article sent to us by a sympathiser. While it relates the trials experienced by our European friends in the face of increasing Moslem and Third World immigration, given the recent reports of increased crime (particularly sex related crimes against Australian women) by Middle Eastern and […]

Water threat Howard’s final assault on farmers? [by Andrew Phillips]

Water threat Howard’s final assault on farmers? [by Andrew Phillips] By Andrew Phillips, 23rd April 2007 The suspicions held by Australian Protectionists regarding the machinations of internationalists over the water issue have gained weight following Howard’s recent blustering about water control. Responsible Aussies are well aware of the crisis facing our nation. Australians have, with […]

Australian Protectionists applaud B.A.C.’s stand against genocide [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 14th April 2007 Lest anyone get the wrong idea from this article, let me make it absolutely clear there is no link between the Australian Protectionists and the organisation known as the British Australian Community (B.A.C.). The BAC is an organisation based on cultural pursuits and seeks to accommodate the needs of […]

Australia — proud nation or spineless and lacking identity? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 7th April 2007 Recent developments in other parts of the Western world should be ringing alarm bells here at home, particularly when compared with the distasteful and laborious efforts of our own home grown social engineers here in Australia. Hot on the heels of campaigns in the U.S to drive out any […]

Lombok — Australia agrees to assist sadists and criminals [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 2nd April 2007 The signing of the so called “Lombok Treaty” with Indonesia several months ago has received little coverage — and it should come as no surprise. Those entrusted with our national security revived the treasonous agreement made by that self-confessed hater of our nation, Paul Keating (readers surely remember his […]

Kowtowing for blood-money not in the national interest! [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, January 12th, 2007 Vested interests and government cronies alike crowed loud and clear over the announcement of an imminent Free Trade Agreement with Communist China, as one would expect from such paragons of greed, self interest and immorality. As with all FTAs, reports are aplenty advising the average Australian of the millions […]

Politicians silent as racist perverts continue attacks! [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 6th January 2007 We continue to live in hope, but in all honesty are not surprised by the gutless silence coming from the spineless twits resting their overpaid backsides on our parliamentary benches regarding the issue of continued racist attacks upon our people. Not one of our so called “representatives” has had […]

Labor’s social engineers continue assault on regional Australia [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 24th December 2006 In the wake of the Rann government’s push for the establishment of amalgamated “super schools”, it should come as no surprise that Mumbai Mike and Lomax Smith have turned their attention to regional South Australians in their continued quest to slash and burn expenditure. Many South Aussies have viewed […]

Downer silent as constituents’ livelihoods at risk [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 6th December 2006 One need not be surprised as the track record of Australian media when it comes to raising the profile of threats to our nation is less than admirable, however, Adelaide Hills weekly “The Courier” should be commended for finally taking up the concerns of local fruit growers with their […]