Category Archives: History

Understanding Islam VIII: Islam and the West

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM VIII At the beginning of the fifth century, two hundred years before Muhammad appeared, there were seven-hundred Catholic bishops in North Africa. Two-hundred of them attended the Council of Carthage in 535 AD. By the middle of900 AD … Continue reading

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Islam Conquest and Expansion

Understanding Islam VI Coercion and armed conflict or the threat of it, played a pivotal role in the rapid rise and expansion of Islam in Arabia, Syria, North Africa, Persia and Central Asia after the death of Muhammad Islam, This … Continue reading

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Australian cricketers play alongside white squatter camps

Lauren Southern on White Genocide in South Africa David Hiscox, XYZ website Tradthot or not, Lauren Southern is using her powers for good, travelling the world detailing the attempts to extinguish the white race, and the efforts our brothers and … Continue reading

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Evidence for the impossibility of multiculturalism

The evidence of the disastrous effects of multiculturalism is all around us in the  West. Peoples from cultures incompatible with Western values at best self-segregate and at worst perpetrate crime and violence. Australia’s dominant political class boasts continually of Australia’s … Continue reading

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The plight of white farmers in South Africa

SOUTH AFRICAn white farmers Last week it was reported that Cape Town in South Africa was on the point of running out of water. From the report, the cause seemed to be drought. THINK AGAIN. Incompetence and mismanagement, the result … Continue reading

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On ‘sh..hole countries’

  On Mark Latham Outsiders Facebook page Some facts about the world The Trump controversy about “shithole countries” perfectly demonstrates how he has broken the PC-elitist hold on political debate. Fact: some countries are shitholes, unfortunately. Fact: effective immigration programs … Continue reading

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The relevance today of the Spanish Civil War

Why should you care about the Spanish Civil War? Short answer? Because somewhere out there, there’s a little rich kid arts student with a black mask in his wardrobe who wants to smash your head in with an iron bar, … Continue reading

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Recycling anti-Australian, anti-white, and anti-European propaganda for Australia Day

The Daily Mail online recently published a series of photographs taken in Australia in the late 1800s and ‘1900s’ they called ‘shocking’, ‘haunting’, and ‘chilling’. Australia Day is approaching so there are no prizes for guessing the subject of the … Continue reading

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Recalling criticisms of Prime Minister Tony Abbott

What contribution did criticism by ‘friends’ make to the political assassination of Tony Abbott? Surely friends’ criticism had to be sound and constructive, and not a help to those treacherous party subversives who wanted Abbott gone no matter what.  Andrew … Continue reading

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That Knighthood and Tony Abbott’s ideas on cultural links

Media commentators in Australia who describe themselves as conservative or are described by others as conservative joined the media frenzy in response to Tony Abbott’s awarding a knighthood to Prince Philip. In the main, the reasons for their outrage and … Continue reading

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