Category: Eureka Spirit of Australian Nationalism

Media bias coverage called out by True Blue Crew reflecting on their Melbourne Rally

by True Blue Crew, June 25, 2017 (originally entitled ‘Media Predictably Skews T.B.C. Rally as Anti-Racist Event’) https://unitednationalistsaustralia.wordpress.com/2017/06/25/media-predictably-skews-t-b-c-rally-as-anti-racist-event/ | Anyone surprised that the mainstream media intentionally skewed the reporting of yesterday’s Australian Pride Rally organised by the True Blue Crew,…

Jun 25: Australian Pride Rally in Melbourne

WHEN?     Sunday, June 25 2017 from 11:30am to 2pm (forecast weather is cold, sunny, calm) WHO?       Hosted by the True Blue Crew, with many supporting Australian nationalists and patriots WHERE?   Meet outside front of (south side) Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton…

Reclaim May Day

Last Sunday, May 1 2016, Australia First Victoria acknowledged the traditional Australian May Day, a celebration of the working class. We held a graveside vigil to honour the lasting legacy of William Guthrie Spence – True Trade Union Nationalist, political…

Rekindling our Waltzing Matilda

    Unidentified men of our 5th Division AIF partaking in cigarettes and resting by the side of the Montauban road, near Mametz, while enroute to the trenches. Most of the men are wearing Aussie sheepskin jackets and woollen gloves and…

Join your union, share in the corruption

Sick of pollies rorting hard-working taxpayers?  Want some share of the slush going around? So join a union.  Become a Slush Puppy ‘n share in the slush!  Join one of them (sic) industry super funds with close ties to the…

December 3: Eureka Stockade Day

Today marks the 161st anniversary of the storming by British troops of the Eureka Stockade at Ballaarat. Much has been written by all sorts of people about Eureka and its legacy – and of course, about the blue and white…

Dec 3: Eureka Stockade – the Digger Uprising

Eureka Stockade Day Australia’s anniversary of democratic rebellion remembered   December 3rd is a significant date on Australia’s national calendar. On this day in 1854 the day fell decisively on a Sunday, the Sabbath, when lay miners (“Diggers”) on the…