In a move that’s straight out of the pages of George Orwell, Westpac Bank has continued its persecution of the Australia First Party. Indeed, it has revealed its strategy. Initially, we reported how the bank had declared the party’s president, Jim Saleam, an unacceptable person […]Australian Nationalism Banks Feature Natwave Radio News
Police in the UK have placed the doomsday cult Extinction Rebellion (XR) on an extremist watch list alongside jihadist and neo-fascist groups. Over the past year, XR has made a nuisance of themselves by blocking roads and disrupting political campaigns in London and elsewhere, the […]African Crime Commie Rabble Feature Opinion
Ashtrayalia burns and something needs to be done about it. New Australian Bulletin was weeks ago spruiking donations to the Rural Fire Service but our humble donations have been outstripped by celebrities, a comedian, and James Packer. Lots and lots of folks around the world […]Bushfires Feature News Opinion
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Pub Feed by The Chats. Young Queenslanders The Chats have released the latest instalment in their chronicle of the aspirations of working-class Aussies; in this case the search for satisfaction of the raging hunger brought on by an afternoon spent gambling at the pub TAB. […]Music
Pub Feed by The Chats.
Young Queenslanders The Chats have released the latest instalment in their chronicle of the aspirations of working-class Aussies; in this case the search for satisfaction of the raging hunger brought on by an afternoon spent gambling at the pub TAB.
Josh, Eamon and Matt form the classic power trio and blast out their exuberant brand of Aussie Punk; dubbed “Shed Rock” it follows the well-worn tyre tracks laid up and down the East coast in the ’90s by the likes of Cosmic Psychos, The Onyas and Frenzal Rhomb.
Following on from their 2017 debut album “Get This In Ya” Pub Feed is a stomping ode to the good old counter meal; this is music to swat flies and crack tinnies to and while tongue in cheek it has none of the viciousness and forced irony of modern, so-called “comedy”.
If history is anything to go by the lads, while holding up a mirror to Aussies and digging them hard in the ribs, will most likely come to resemble their subjects; in that respect the legacy of pub rock legends such as Ross Knight and Mad Macka of the Psychos and the great Fred Negro is in good hands.
Right now, the two most unpopular kids in Australia’s Alt-Right are Justin and Lisa Beulah. They have just ‘de-radicalised’ themselves after ratting out their former friends in an act so craven it has us wondering what is their reward. Exposed by left-wing American website Unicorn […]Alt-Right Australian Nationalism Conservatism, In Case You Missed It
Right now, the two most unpopular kids in Australia’s Alt-Right are Justin and Lisa Beulah. They have just ‘de-radicalised’ themselves after ratting out their former friends in an act so craven it has us wondering what is their reward. Exposed by left-wing American website Unicorn Riot — who managed to obtain the server data from a closed forum used on a gaming site where in 2017 the couple hobnobbed with what they reckon was the cream of the American Alt-right — they turned dog and snitched on their peers. After that, it was Exit White Power quicker than you could say Schnell!
They didn’t just throw up their hands and cry “guilty”, the couple invited the ABC into their lounge room and recanted their former beliefs before the entire nation; going so far as to advise others how to do the same. Yet, it shouldn’t be such a surprise: by all accounts 27-year-old Lisa (née Sanford) was always considered a troublesome bug and you only need to throw Justin, 23, a cursory glance to figure out that he lacked the mettle to survive in a challenging environment. Indeed, these loony lovebirds instantly gave off the vibe that the first moment any pressure came to bear they’d fall to their knees begging forgiveness and claiming it was others who led them astray. But should nationalists even care? This un-heroic twosome is what we referred to in our mission statement as separating us from conservatives and especially children who run unsupervised through the ideo-political fairground.
Having said, it doesn’t pay to be dismissive either, since the Alt-Right more-or-less operates on our doorstep.
In a cringeworthy interview, the pair answered for “boasting of their connections to the organisers of the deadly Charlottesville rally”. They were also questioned about their role in the Alt-Right’s attempted covert infiltration of the Young Nationals. We have linked to the video. Before the segment even begins the reporter sets the mood with a shot of her playing a recorded phone interview with Justin Beulah. The quote, “I’d say I was one of the premier racists in Australia” lingers purposefully before the intro.
The reporter throws to Lisa Beulah and posits, “So you say that you were a Nazi.”
“Yes, I said that I was a Nazi,” Lisa measuredly answers. The camera captures Justin grinning ironically on the couch while his loopy eyes roll for the viewer. Is it all a joke? No, because as Justin declares, no White nationalist would ever give a serious interview and especially not to the ABC.
Regardless, this, in fact, is the next question asked by the reporter, “How can we know that you’re not trolling all of us?”
It’s pretty clear that these two are publicly retreating from their views. Was it because the media found out their identities or did it have more to do with the fact that ASIO visited them, something both admit to, but which Justin brushes off as an inconsequential encounter in which he was bought a “beer” and probed about any violent persons they should know of?
Moreover, what is the upshot of this all? This wasn’t just an impulsive decision; the couple had obviously been apprised of their situation well in advance and had decided to burn their bridges. Had options been placed on their table?
Were they spooked into this grotesque act of moral contrition in which Justin recounts the process of his ‘radicalisation’ whereby he “started reading extremist material online” while still in high school in 2014, or was it merely the inevitable loss of financial security that comes from being doxed which led them to plead their way back into the system? Justin has the visible manner of a man looking back on his former self with stunned detachment, but is it an act after all; a conscious facsimile?
“Reading that sort of stuff in 2015,” he says, “definitely reinforces your views because that’s when the refugee crisis happened, that’s when terrorist attacks happened.”
Notably, Justin said it reinforces “your” views, rather than ‘reinforced my’, as if it is a general truth and he was merely another unfortunate sucker caught up in the drift net of extremism, but he also characterises the forum’s discourse as “hate”, which is probably right.
That’s an area which needs taking into account, the flimsiness of ideology within the Alt-Right. It is not really anything after all but a species cut-and-pasted from other far-right and nationalist concepts for the purposes, originally, of rebutting conservatism (then known as cuckservatism) which was seen as being politically too fearful and compromised to defend Whiteness. In one of those tendencies of dialectics it’s notable that now those who lean to ‘the Alt-Right’ are just as happy to describe themselves as conservatives, the “cuck” now all but forgotten.
Lacking in ideology, the Alt-Right resorts to jarring the liberal world with its overfondness of National Socialist tropes, which were initially employed ironically, but are now indulged in fetishistically. Thereafter, little more than provocation exists, and its message of Whiteness has gone from what should’ve been a timely assertion for civil rights recognition to a nihilistic chauvinism that ticks all of the opposition’s boxes in their expectations of ‘hate speech’ and racism.
In an edited close-up, Justin expresses the regrets of his time on the forum, ominously confessing, “Every hour of every day is hate – and I purposely filled my mind with as much hate as humanly possible.”
Lisa is far from earnest; she’s leagues away from the timid wifey type that she makes out. For a start, she has four years on her gangly husband, and it’s a good bet that when they dance, she leads.
Firstly, for a woman who’s supposedly repentant for her former views, she blames others for leading her off-track while claiming she just wanted to “fit in”. She alleges to have come from the men’s rights and anti-feminist movements and was a One Nation member who moderated one of PHON’s Facebook pages. It is rumoured that she once converted to Islam and was betrothed as a spare wife to a haji somewhere while living in Asia.
Asked what it was like being a woman in the Neo-Nazi movement Lisa replies, “unkind”. She elucidates, “I remember them saying, ‘Just do as your husband says — you should listen to your male authority’.
“There was a meme – a joke going through – about White Sharia… and that you should wear burkas because you shouldn’t be allowed to be seen or heard. You should just be at home cooking and cleaning and all that sort of stuff.”
But isn’t staying at home cooking and cleaning exactly the full limit of Lisa’s declared ambitions? How can ‘joking’ about what you believe in be ‘unkind’, unless, of course, you’re misrepresenting yourself. And Lisa can be seen in pictures circulating actually wearing a hijab so this makes her even more of a conundrum if she’s speaking honestly.
When the reporter reminded her, “But you were actively trying to recruit women to the movement,” Lisa responded, “I was just trying to find friends who I could talk about baking with.”
Lisa now says she feels ‘bad’ about inducing women into that scene. “I would never wish that on any woman… in any point of time… I would not encourage them to join the movement. I think it’s toxic to women.”
At this point, Justin chimes in, “It’s toxic to everyone…” Then he says to the reporter, “I’ll just ask you something, do I sound like a nice, well-put-together person from those messages from 2017?”
“No,” she says.
Lisa offers up with expectant, dubious emotions, “Do I look like I wanted to do that?”
The reporter doesn’t hesitate in saying, “Yes.”
The pair claims to have experienced their “come to Jesus moment” post-Charlottesville. A woman was killed and 20 ‘anti-racists’ injured when a neo-Nazi ploughed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of counter-protesters. This was in August of 2017. She told the reporter, “I decided… it was a very negative community. I was like, ‘Why am I here? Like, what am I doing?’ This is not right.”
The trouble is the couple attended a nationalist-organised event in Ballarat in December of 2017. There was no indication from either of their ‘come to Jesus moment’. No attempt was made at an intervention, or any effort expended to reach out to attendees in the name of pursuing their moral salvation.
We don’t say these things to aid the ABC in their efforts to unravel the Alt-Right but in the name of all those who the pair has burned for the sake of saving their own hides.
One of those is Clifford Jennings, who Lisa blamed for becoming involved with the Young Nationals.
Asked why she joined in on the plot to infiltrate the Young Nationals, she responds, “Because he (Clifford) told me that he wanted me to run for a position to fill a seat because I was a woman and I would be able to gain a seat more easily because, and I quote, ‘the woman card’.”
Far from a naïve female being shunted about by a sinister Alt-Right figure, Lisa was well invested in her role. When their scheme was exposed, she anxiously sought any clause that could prevent her from being expelled from the party.
Lisa portrays herself as a confused young woman overwhelmed by the bullish company that she kept, but by all reports, she actively pursued power within the scene. This led to her and Justin being mistrusted, shunned, and eventually blocked from participation in groups. This may well have made their ungracious exit from the Alt-Right much easier and accounted for an element of revenge along the way.
Lisa alleges to have contacted Blair Cottrell about her departure. “I was like, look, this is what happened, and I don’t know why, and to be honest I don’t want anything to do with the movement.”
Yet, why contact Cottrell? What’s his overriding importance? It’s as though his name was requested be added in their renouncement by whoever has come to be handling the couple. Is it an attempt to frame him as the head extremist? It certainly comes across that way.
Still, Justin speaks volumes when he tells the reporter, “The Alt-Right is just a bunch of people talking. It doesn’t matter what platform they’re on, they’re just talking.”
That is a hard fact. So why then do they or any who move in those online circles need to de-radicalise since there is nothing radical happening in the first place. In fact, there is nothing radical about the Alt-Right aside from its confrontational lexicon.
Radicalism would require a complete rejection of the system — a demand for a different type of politics. There would have to be an effort in place to build a structure to replace that system and a willingness to carry out the destruction of the pre-existing model. But instead, we have frog memes and ephemeral pith.
The disingenuousness of the Beulahs and the dogma of their globalist interrogator meet in a propagandistic dance where as long as a fair effort is put into their act of penitence then, while they may not be forgiven, they avoid excommunication; regardless of whether they are ultimately unconvincing. This is unpalatable on more than one level since it proves that both parties represent positions, not the truth. Truth is very much a subjective component which neither the Beulahs nor the media are committed to. Instead, all that’s desired is a pledge; a renouncement that validates one position over the other.
When Lisa tears-up like a crocodile when disclaiming any hatred of Moslems based on her travels to Singapore which changed her worldview it really becomes too much. And it’s just as irksome when Jason, the former Canberra Young Liberal, who’s no doubt going to grovel back to his conservative roots, talks about “going from a normal kid to being radicalised” you get a full sense of the game that is being played.
Factor in ASIO and this visit which Lisa says they can’t talk about and anyone in the know realises they’ve been pretty busy post-Christchurch.
Lisa and Justin are no doubt budding candidates for Exit White Power, to be wheeled out whenever reformed Nazis are needed by the media. They can look penitent for the cameras, urge those in danger of being radicalised that there is still time to get out and reinvent themselves in the eyes of a society that only a couple of months back they thought they had the suss about.
Meanwhile, ASIO’s game continues as they drain the swamp, and discourage any young folk thinking of becoming involved in the Alt-Right. They’re obviously building some sort of case against the likes of Blair Cottrell, which would only serve him right for the damage he’s caused to the proper nationalist movement. But it’s difficult to say that with any heart since they’ve hit proper nationalists hardest; those nationalists who don’t figure in the youth circles or the social media networks they play around on.
Never forget either that the primary shifters in all of this are in the Liberal party. And through their satellites, they’ve managed to poison the stream so that many aren’t even sure what the differences between conservatism and nationalism are. When pressed about her love of Adolf Hitler Lisa leads onto an explanation about how Australia was so much more “economically better in the 1950s”. Yet, this white picket fence fantasy belies the fact that it’s during that time changes to the immigration act were taking place. What’s more, Australia was moving farther away from any hope of independence and becoming involved in Asia; inextricably tied there by Menzies. The next decade would see us embroiled in Vietnam which we sleepwalked into because consumerism had inured the Australian people to politics.
These kids have never really researched Australian life, and are too caught up with the American models of White Nationalism. The American White Nationalist movement brought the regrettable concept of pan-Europeanism which overlooks individual units of the White race in favour of a universal collective. In what amounts to a cultural cringe many of these young Australians from the Alt-Right — born well after the loss of White Australia — prefer to identify as generically European which, in fact, robs them of their actual identity as much as globalism does.
Regardless, the now unpopular newlyweds still have a friend in Jesus. The media can’t take away their “Christian values”, whatever they may be.https://youtu.be/XwXnFLTaG2A
ABOUT US The original Bulletin, which was published in 1880, is the spiritual basis of our New Australian Bulletin. This is an “Australian” nationalist website in the purest sense so what better than to borrow from the legacy of the original White man’s paper. We […]Conservatism, Neo-conservatism,
The original Bulletin, which was published in 1880, is the spiritual basis of our New Australian Bulletin. This is an “Australian” nationalist website in the purest sense so what better than to borrow from the legacy of the original White man’s paper. We feel it apt to go back to that place and time since so much that has masqueraded as nationalism is simply agin the tenets, history, politics and literary traditions of those days of hope when it looked like we might indeed forge a White working man’s paradise from the sunburnt Australian soil. Indeed, one need only visit the trove of its archived periodicals of the time to establish a clear definition of what properly constitutes Australian nationalism. This is a familiar quote from an 1887 edition of The Bulletin that sums up that distinction from the cumulous that identifies as ‘White nationalism’ — a concept that seems ignorant to its own globalist reality; in that it tends to overlook the uniqueness and individuality of the race’s members in favour of a generic “European” identity that chauvinistically disregards Australianness.
“By the term Australian we mean not those who have been merely born in Australia. All White men who come to these shores — with a clean record — and who leave behind them the memory of the class distinctions and the religious differences of the old world … all men who leave the tyrant-ridden lands of Europe for freedom of speech and right of personal liberty are Australians before they set foot on the ship which brings them hither. Those who leave their fatherland because they cannot swallow the worm-eaten lie of the divine right of kings to murder peasants are Australian by instinct — Australian and Republican are synonymous.”
In fact, as you can see, it wasn’t a matter of the Australian man ruminating on his European origins but the European man coveting the horizon of his new beginnings away from those heritages. Here, in the newness of the colony, where the men native to the new land were freeing themselves from the yoke of their Imperialist masters, the European man could shake off the shackles of the old world — the prejudices of the class order which determined his station in life from cradle to grave — and seek independence of mind, body and spirit. This was the mission of The Bulletin at the time, as it first gave voice to the “bush poets”, such as Henry Lawson and Banjo Patterson, and sought to establish a native literary tradition, as envisioned by those such as Percy “inky” Stephensen; a veritable icon of the Australian nationalist movement. However, the essential character of this nationalism has been misunderstood and misrepresented and today those who the media brands “nationalist” and who themselves identify as “nationalist” are nothing of the sort. They confuse ‘patriotism’ with ‘nationalism’ while retaining an Anglophile mindset. Indeed, The Bulletin was so clearly chastising the Royalist of old when in the 1887 editorial reprinted on our home page was written:
“Their lips phrase Australian sentiment, and the faces are bronzed by the Australian sun. But their votes have been purchased by a foreign power. Strip from their alleged Australian figures the tinsel trappings filched from the Royal old-clothes shops of England. Tear from their forms the meretricious finery they have purchased with lip-loyalty and royal toe-beslobberment. What do you see? These men are no Australians! They are the hired Imperial slave-gangers of Downing-street. Their bodies are covered with tattoo marks, V.R., flanking a coronet.”
Today, the majority of what is mistaken as ‘nationalist’, and those who’ve striven to wrest that title to attribute to it contrary meanings that serve others, is the embodiment of who The Bulletin took aim at in that editorial. They are alive and well and, like the “conservative” pastoralists of The Bulletin’s day who aped the English monied classes in their servility to the Crown, they dedicate meanings abhorrent to The Bulletin’s memory. The patriot of today is often referred to as a “civic patriot”, and whatever contradictions may be construed from a literal reading of that title what it means in the contemporary political parlance is a conservative with anti-Islamic opinions who still prefer Australia as a client state to a major power like the United States. He or she is often a “Christian Zionist”, a dreadful misnomer, who believes that since Israel is seemingly such a staunch opponent of Islam that Australia and Israel share a common purpose. This is filtered through an atavistic lens of post-Imperialist hocky which accepts multiracialism (minus Islam) and attends the economic order as if the economy ranked higher in importance than the people it’s meant to serve. They have learned nothing of the importance of racial preservation and the male type of civic patriot often cultivates sexual relations with Asian females who it sees as a natural mate. Thus, the essential nucleus of nationalism is perverted, and not just in this carnal fashion.
It is not okay to utter the words that “as long as ‘they’ assimilate they can continue to come here” since ‘they’ are the problem. But the civic patriot does not come into being on his own, he is guided along by the nefarious constituents of the conservatives themselves. The Liberal Party has done more to subvert Australian nationalism than anyone on the so-called left side of the spectrum. This is not a paranoid fantasy either as many before have tried to dismiss it. Over the past few years, nationalists have exposed the money trail that connects the civic groups to the Liberal Party and their proxies and puppets who infiltrate “the movement” in order to bend it to the will of the Liberals. They create satellites out of these groups and feed them so long as they are useful then cut them loose without ceremony. Pauline Hanson, the mother of all civic patriots, remains confounded by this. Here is a woman who the Libs courtesy of Tony Abbott and his “Australians for honest politics” slush-fund had unjustly imprisoned still willing to preference and support the Liberals oblivious to how much they despise her. Here is Fraser Anning, who was duped from the moment he gulped air in the Senate, who despite all warnings allowed himself to be surrounded by infiltrators who steered him into unnavigable tides. These infiltrators have long been identified by nationalists.
The ghastliness of the Liberal party is that it will pander to those blinded by the colours of the Australian flag, garnering their support, while brokering deals with evil communist China that is already in the process of seizing this country in its “silk road” of world acquisitions. The mentality of the pastoralist of old and the neo-conservatives of today have shown no identifiable separation. They will trade Australian sovereignty for personal gain and shamelessly too! Oligarchs like Gina Rinehart would happily trade off Australia’s north to foreign interests to grow her private wealth even more absurdly. Therefore, you can see, just from the Australian nationalist’s disdain of the treachery of the monied classes just how he finds himself perennially attacked by the forces of neo-conservatism afraid of what it regards as a socialistic bent. This is, in fact, the tradition of the old Australian Labour movement which sought collective bargaining and to nationalise state assets for the good of all White men. It is mistaken to believe, however, that such collectivism would eradicate individual property and wealth, such as the Reds aimed to, but rather share all national wealth among all Australians to maintain general well-being. Whether or not this proviso has any resonance for an avowed capitalist is of no interest to us but it’s a good bet that it wouldn’t sway them an iota in their fear and loathing of us. Accordingly, we come to our promise to our readers that we are “100% neo-con free” and virulently anti-conservative. So much has been done to demoralise true nationalism for the benefit of the Liberals and others who’ve crawled in thanks to the advent of the “Alt-Right” phenomenon. Social media has played a major role in this subordination and as such you will find that this site operates entirely independently and will not crossover to egregious platforms like Facebook, 4chan, 8chan or Twitter. Those platforms have done too much to harm our cause and allowed in too many infiltrators, agents, and wannabe demagogues who believe that nationalism requires a universal “Hitler”. This is a grave misunderstanding of Australian nationalism, which is not a haven for the narcissist who may be off on a Fuhrer fantasy. It also limits our enemies’ attempts. We are, now, in a post-Facebook era.