Cronulla backlash [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 12th December 2005 As one could expect, the media and multicultural lobby have come out in force condemning their own in hysterical emotive diatribes — completely ignoring the reality of what has happened in the Sydney beachside suburbs. Naturally I do not condone attacks on law enforcers and even less attacks upon […]

Depraved crimes [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 8th May 2005 In the last three days, local Adelaide newspaper “The Advertiser” has exhibited some semblance of community responsibility by reporting details of a number of horrendous crimes against innocent women. On March 17th, the paper reported the crimes of one “Hakeem Hakeem”, a Sudanese immigrant aged 19. This cream of […]

Buy Australian [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 8th May 2005 “We’re not just good at rocks and crops. Australia is starting to make a fortune in education” — Mr. Chris Richardson, Access Economics (St. George Bank luncheon, 6th May 2005). If there were any doubts at all regarding the plans held by the internationalists for the future of our […]

Eligible for rape? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 29th April 2005 Sheikh Fa’ez Mohammed’s less than complimentary views of our nation’s women has certainly caused a stir to say the least. “A woman wearing clothes accentuating her beauty is ELIGIBLE FOR RAPE”. Eligible for rape? How nice of him, and spoken to a crowd of 1000 Lebanese Moslem males in […]

The Lima Declaration [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, March 2005 Although originating from 1975, the Lima Declaration has had far reaching effects and can clearly be seen as the blueprint for the disastrous policies embracing the bizarre philosophy known as “Globalisation”. The Second General Conference of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) met in Lima, Peru, during the period […]

Enoch Powell’s observations applicable to Australia [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 9th February 2005 “The discontents of this present time are of a different sort. If they are not without precedent, they are such as have no recent parallel. In our age, it is the great majority that groans under the tyranny of small minorities, and large and even preponderant masses of opinion […]

Globalists throw Australian workers onto scrapheap [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 17th January 2005 “We just can’t sit here and remain Australian”. Words issued today from a spokesman for Australia’s icon QANTAS, must surely be music to the ears of economic rationalists and treacherous advocates of the global village. Australia’s national air carrier, with an unrivalled safety record the envy of the world […]

2004 election overview [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 30th December 2004 Only two months following Australia’s Federal election in which we are led to believe the pseudo-conservative Coalition parties gained power in a landslide victory, it appears to be “business as usual” for our politicians. Labor slinks off in embarrassment to its summer break, undoubtedly relishing the thought of more […]