Friday 23 November 2018

Who Would You Vote For?

Today I voted, a day early, in the Victorian state election. I've complained before about how far left my electorate is, so I have brought home my how to vote cards that are given out before you enter the polling booth. And I'm going to ask you, how would you vote?

1. Liberal
2. Independent
3. Labor
4. Victorian Socialists
5. Greens
6. Animal Justice Party
7. Reason

Thats the order that they are presented on the ballot paper. Maybe you'd like some background, so here it is.

The Liberals - Pretend Conservatives, love business and destroying Melbourne's heritage, however in my electorate they have no change of winning.

Independent - A former local mayor, sometimes Labor member but not at the moment it seems as Labor have put him second last. A very mixed bag.

Labor - Current member and the current Government. Bad on crime, just terrible.

Victorian Socialists - Socialists, in a way an inspiration as it shows what can be done. They are the real deal, full on Socialists.

Greens - Watermelons, green on the outside, but red on the inside. They talk a good game, they even have individual policies that I support, but thats just the icing the rest of the cake is horrible.

Animal Justice Party - Again it's not that they are wrong, some of their ideas are good. However when a political party represents animals instead of people you really have to worry.

Reason - Secular Liberalism, they use weasel words, like drug reform instead of drug legalisation.

That is the lower house, in the upper house there were 52 candidates....I won't force you to go through that!

So in all honesty who would you vote for?

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Wednesday 21 November 2018

Melbourne Traditionalists in December, 2018

After a very successful Conference we are meeting up for another meeting this December. If your a man in Melbourne, Australia who is worried about where things are going then why not get in touch with me.

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The Guiding Principles of the Melbourne Traditionalists

1. Loyalty to the Crown of Australia

2. Loyalty to our British and Western heritage

3. Loyalty to the family, Husband and Wife, Mother and Father and their children

4. Opposition to Liberalism, Right Liberalism, Left Liberalism and Feminism

5. Opposition to the destruction of White Australians, opposed to Multiculturalism, Mass Immigration and Diversity

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Sunday 18 November 2018

Is It Our Time?

I had a thought the other day, I was thinking about how our Civilization loves the new. In fact in a conflict between good and new, the new is preferred. Only rarely does good win, but a win is a win. However, the new is always a threat.

Then I thought about how Liberalism has used this love of the new for centuries to their advantage. It always portrayed itself as representing the new over the old. And for most of that time there was an element of truth, often an overwhelming element. Liberalism did represent change. They have changed so much. It can be overwhelming, depressing, maddening. The worst thing is that that will not stop, they are relentless in their hatred of everything they don't like.

So where does that leave us?

It leaves us with the task of repairing the damage that they have done. We are all time travellers moving into the future at one second per second. The trip is one way and we cannot go back. We can not go back to an ideal time no matter when, even if such a time existed. We can move forward though. We can both build and rebuild. Which means change, the things that threaten our Civilization, the new defeating the good, works in our favour.

It is hard to get a small percentage of the population to read, but there reaches a point where it gets easier. Then near the end when nearly everyone can read it gets very hard again. That is the point that Liberalism is reaching, it feels it is close to it's endpoint. But from this point onward's the struggle gets harder, much harder. Now that cycle favours us, it's not inevitable but it is a trend, like a tide. Even restoring things to how they once were will feel like something new to most people. In fact to most people it really will be new.

While the things that they are pushing will seem like the old way of doing things. The future can be ours if we push!

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Sunday 11 November 2018

The Sixty-Eighth Month

I thought after the Melbourne Traditionalist Conference that I would get less busy and I would be writing more! Unfortunately that hasn't been true at all, so the gaps between posts has remained. All I can say is I'm sorry and I'll try and do better.

The great thing that happened this last month was of course the Melbourne Traditionalists Conference. While nothing has been confirmed all of the feedback has been positive and I am leaning towards the yes side of things. Stay tuned.

This month I have had 3,980 visitors, the best day was the 21st October when I had 291 visitors, and the worst day was the 2nd November when I had 72.

United States
United Kingdom

United States
Unknown Region
United Kingdom

The United States, Australia and Singapore are all up, Singapore by a long way!

Indonesia is basically the same.

Ukraine, Philippines, United Kingdom and Germany are down.

France and Turkey are back in the top 10.

Poland and Unknown Region have left the top 10.

I have also had visitors from the following countries: Ireland, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Poland, Czechia, Macedonia (FYROM), Albania, Romania, Russia, U.A.E., Iraq, India, Seychelles, Bangladesh, China, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Canada, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Ecuador and Unknown Region.

I hope to see you all again.
Mark Moncrieff  

Friday 9 November 2018

Melbourne, Terror City

A few hours ago a Muslim man launched a terrorist attack in Melbourne, Australia. He either burnt or exploded his car and then he stabbed three people, one of whom is dead. Police finally shot and wounded him after trying to disarm him.

In Bourke Street, where the last attack took place.

Here we are again, another immigrant who loves us so much he wants to kill us. Do we need any immigration? Here is yet another example of why we do not. Why do we put up with this? Why do we let our Politicians get away with it? They don't arrive here by magic, our treasonous Politicians let them in. If this man had not been allowed in then today's murderous attack would never have happened. To which the reply comes back 'but how could we know?'. The only way to stop immigrant crime and terrorism is for there to be no immigrants.

We must always remember that 100% of immigrant crime and terrorism can be prevented!

Will today's events be called terrorism or will he simply be another person who's mentally ill?

The two are not mutually exclusive, but if he is mentally ill how exactly did he get into Australia?

The truth is that this is not simply terrorism, this is treason. If the Government was on our side then this bloke would not be here. But they never quite are are they!

No details have been released on who the victims are yet, more tragedy to look forward for.

And whats going on with Victoria police? They looked like they were dancing with him, he should have been shot straight away. When I saw the footage I laughed, it was so pathetic.

Australia is not unsafe, it was made unsafe on purpose. The Government will deny that, but if they didn't do it on purpose what outcome did they expect?

Because if they expected a different outcome that makes them incompetent.

How long will we put up with this?

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Thursday 1 November 2018

Do We Need Any Immigration?

There is an idea in most Western countries that we need immigration to survive. I heard it recently from someone I wasn't expecting  to hear it from and it got me to thinking how common this idea is. Far too many people think this bizarre thought, that without foreigners a country cannot exist.

This idea is a Liberal one, no other political philosophy believes anything like this, Communism doesn't say it, nor does Anarchism, nor does Fascism. Liberalism believe in unlimited freedom, including the freedom to live wherever they want. So if they have this freedom then so does everyone else need it. They further believe in the idea that money and goods should have unlimited movement. That there should be no limit.

This is coupled with another idea, that growth is good, particularly economic growth. And that it is unlimited or at least should be unlimited. Regulations and other restrictions are only good when they support growth. So population is important because it helps create growth. People are important because they are economic units. More people more growth, growth creates growth.

The idea that there is a limit to growth or that there should be limits is regarded as heresy. If you put forward any idea like that you will be accused of hating trade (a very bizarre claim), or that you are a socialist. But all things have limits and most people accept that idea without much trouble, however Liberalism believes in absolute freedom, including from natural laws. Nothing is allowed to stand in the way.

Starting the in 1800's Liberalism started to move people around from country to country. Indians in Fiji, Irish in England, etc. The idea was that no employer needed to be without labour. Pay must be kept down, workers were merely economic units, interchangeable. It is this interchangeability that is important. Our ethnicity was unimportant, their loyalty to their own people was also unimportant. What mattered was economic growth. But it lead to people thinking that this strange idea was normal. That moving masses of people around like chess pieces was simply how life was. But before 1800 it was extremely rare. In the past population movements meant invasion, now the invasion was called immigration. 

After WWI much of this population movement stopped, it only revived after WWII. It has gone on so long that people cannot think of it ever stopping. Not only can it be stopped, but in the past it has been stopped. Immigration from non related ethnic groups is unnatural. It is not a part of nature it is entirely man made. It is entirely a Liberal invention, no other political philosophy carries it out. No one else puts money before kin.

With mass unemployment in most Western countries we do not need mass immigration. It shows how much our Governments care about us, that they present us with both and pretend that they have no choice in the matter. What matters is not unlimited growth but our own people. If the population goes down then we will find that there are benefits to that, if it stays the same we will find benefits to that and if it grows we will find benefits to that. But to pretend that paperwork citizenship is the same as blood is wrong!

Do we need any immigration?

No we do not!

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