Black gang robbing taxis in Sydney’s east

Black Gang

Police are appealing for information following the robbery of a taxi driver in Sydney’s east last night, which is the second incident to occur in the same location this week.About 9.10pm (Thursday 5 March 2015), a 36-year-old man driving a…

Mar 5: Battle of Vinegar Hill 1804

Battle of Vinegar Hill 1804

Australia’s Battle of Vinegar Hill (now Rouse Hill) took place on Monday, March 5, 1804 in north-western Sydney.  It was named after the Battle of Vinegar Hill of 1798 in Ireland which had involved the United Irishmen’s uprising on a…

Mike Baird and his smiling Lindt Cafe betrayal

Mike Baird Lindt Cafe Betrayal

Mike Baird, upper crust Kings School toff and current Liberal Premier of New South Wales, is preferencing foreign muslims ahead of needy Australians. The Australian victims of the Islamic terrorist attack on the Lindt Cafe in Martin Place have been…

Sydney Mardi Gras to have ghost straight float

Straight Dancing

Sydney’s Mardi Gras this coming March 7, 2015 is no longer the street campaign march for homosexual coming out.  It is more than a bunch of abnormal types with perverted sexual preferences. It has morphed beyond gay and lesbian to…

Third World Exodus flooding our First World

Third World Exodus

Third World countries aspire to first world standards in university education, and seek to train graduates to an acceptable international standard. But such countries cannot compete with the salaries or working conditions offered by richer nations. The situation has triggered…

Feb 19: Bombing of Darwin

Japanese Bomb Darwin in 1942

Just before 10am on February 19, 1942, Darwin was attacked by the Japanese in the first of two air raids under the command of Naval Captain Mitsuo Fuchida, who had ten weeks earlier bombed Pearl Harbour. Darwin, the largest population…