Eureka League

Nation, Community and Race


The initiative of a few young nationalists, members of the Australia First Party, has called into being the Eureka Youth League.

They have discussed the project with other non party young people interested in building a patriotic youth organization and brought them into the nascent structure. They have liaised with the Australia First Party for particular legal and other assistance in forming the Eureka Youth League and have incorporated it as an association.


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The Eureka Youth League is planned to develop as the voice of Australian youth in the struggle to preserve their heritage and identity as Australians, to impart that heritage and articulate the quality of that unique identity and to provide a fraternal environment for young people in the globalised parody of Australia that has no place for them.

This initiative is sure to be rewarded, but the Eureka Youth League will not have a smooth ride. It can only incite by its very principles and policies the frenzied opposition of the anti-Australians of all varieties. It is in the struggle on our native soil, not on some distant battlefield, that shall test this generation of Australian youth. We are reminded of the words of Henry Lawson:

‘Twas of such stuff the men were made who saw our nation born,
And such as Lalor were the men who Ied their footsteps on;
And of such men there’ll many be, and of such leaders some,
In the roll-up of Australians on some dark day yet to come.

– Eureka (a fragment), 1889

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For reasons best known to the multiculti industry, Australia Day 2010 has come under great scrutiny. It is openly feared that Australian youth may give bent to nationalist passions and “riot”, or denounce immigration and wage some actions that reflect identity politics.

There has been vile condemnation of the Aussie Civil Uprising at Cronulla on December 11 2005. The youth have been denounced as bigoted, stupid, white males, whose actions on that day were fueled by booze. This is an old lie, now being cynically recycled. It has been commented that on Australia Day events after the Civil Uprising, youths have usually congregated, draped in National Flags and Eureka Flags and shouted anti-immigration slogans. Again they have been called binge drinking anti-socials.

This year, the multiculti press has debated the proper use of the National Flag, of the Eureka Flag, of Southern Cross tattoos. It has demanded alcohol controls in beach suburbs and extra police. What is the fear? They have cranked up propaganda that “racist extremists” and “Nationalists” may appear amongst the youth to agitate. Are they so worried?

Representatives of Australia First have been interviewed by certain press in recent times. They have spoken up for the youth who seek to possess their Australian Identity and who wish to defend it. There is clearly an increasing tempo in multiculti land to kill off any expression of Australianity as immigration numbers surge, as refugee invaders crack open the borders, as contract labour pollutes the workplace. The youth and all other patriotic people respond. The national resistance is growing. We will reclaim our country.

On Australia Day 2010, hold high the National Flag. Hold high the Eureka Flag!

Eureka Youth League, founded in Melbourne March 29 2010.


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