The Coming Struggle

Tasks for Australian Nationalists

(A summary)

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Modern Australian Nationalism grew from a realisation that no force in Australian politics actually represented the interests of the Australian people; existing political organisations were either out-and-out anti-Australian (cosmopolitan-internationalists, communists, etc.) or were of the British-Australian mind-set (supporters of the monarchy; regarding Australia and the Australian culture as "British" - rather than as truly Australian; etc.). This nationalism forged ideological and organisational consistency; and later developed the concept of "Political Guerrillaism".


Australia First patriotism (Nationalism) and British-Australian patriotism (Conservatism) are irreconcilable. The problems of Conservatism are: 1) it is tied to the multiculturalist English monarchy, and its colonialist remnants and symbols (including the flag); 2) its "reformist" nature (it cannot realise that it is the System itself which is the enemy, and must therefore be destroyed and replaced, not "reformed"); and 3) its wish to retain "respectability", thus often avoiding the necessary hard political fight (whereas Nationalists recognise the difference between political legitimacy and Establishment-sanctioned political "respectability"). Conservatives will often try to misdirect Nationalists in favour of their own ideology (a political "dead end" street), and dilute our activism and ideology (while proclaiming "reasonableness" and "respectability").

Conservatism, while sometimes being anti-immigration, actually 1) ideologically ties itself to the Establishment and its institutions (Internationalists and Asianisers); 2) is deeply pro-USA (the multi-racial state which favours our "Asian Destiny"); and 3) is pro-"free trade" ideology (destroying our industries with international "competition"). It is essentially anti-Australian, although appearing (and believing itself to be) pro-Australian.

Nationalists need to be continually wary of conservative influences appearing within the Party, and should therefore constantly reaffirm their anti-Conservative principles, lest the Party be weakened or misdirected by those seeking a "quick fix" (supposedly to achieve instant electoral success, but actually a false trail leading to a quick political death).

Conservative elements can endanger Nationalist movements by demanding an end to their radical activism - or by leading them into election-orientated political dead-ends, into Conservative sideline issues, or into the quicksand of Conservative ideology.


(1) Ideology.
The construction of a Nationalist ideology is an absolute necessity. Discussion of the basic Nationalist beliefs pose many far-reaching questions, which can only be answered by a coherent ideology or world-view. The implications of Nationalists achieving power means that we need to develop an ideology that covers all political questions (which, by logical extension, inter-relate to the basic Nationalist beliefs). Yet, we should be careful not to pursue ideological development at the overall cost of political activism.

(2) Politics.
Hitherto, patriots worked through the Establishment's political parties, or through weak lobby groups. Nationalists chose direct political work, to construct a new Party.
Our first goal was to break from the "clutches of conservatism"; to establish a Party from working Australians and young people, based upon an Australian nativist ideology, and integrating political realities.
Our second goal was to become Political Activists; to instil the psychology of "attack", to inspire new recruits, and to gain publicity. To use the tactics of "political guerrillaism".

(3) Organisation.
To operate successfully against the System necessitates that the Nationalist party use three particular organisational methods:
1) Secrecy: To protect against infiltration, media "exposures", and political police activities (including harassment and violence). To gather strength behind the "mask" of secrecy.
2) Hierarchy: To divide the membership into two categories: the ordinary Members, and the activist Cadre-Members. Also, the establishment of appropriate committees. Thus to ensure organisational secrecy, ideological commitment, and party discipline.
3) Activism: To raise our public profile, to attract strong-minded nationalist members to fight in accordance with a tactical plan (timid Conservatives, who are frightened of losing their "respectable" image, are useless to us as activist members).


The aim of Nationalists is to win State Power, to take it out of the hands of the current anti-Australian Establishment. This aim necessitates a political struggle. Beware of the following erroneous avenues advocated by Conservatives or political misfits:

(1) Infiltration (i.e. to take over an existing political party):
This necessitates the use of most good members, the subjugation of Nationalist ideology, and the non-development of an independent Nationalist party. The Establishment has innumerable mechanisms for control of its major political parties, and thus infiltrators would be extremely unlikely to gain control over a major party. But if it did somehow happen, when the leadership began to show its true colours: the public would be suspicious of, and thus reject, such sudden change; the media would constantly attack, smear, and "expose" the new leadership; it is likely the party will quickly split; let alone the party gaining 51% of the electoral vote; and all this assuming that, with such a large infiltration operation, that the operation was not exposed by a spy, phone taps, or even by a mistake.

(2) Electoralism (i.e. that the primary aim of the Party is to contest elections):
This means that the party must tailor itself to vote-winning, to modify its program, tactics, ideology, and activism to achieve supposed "electoral popularity". It means trying to fight the Establishment on its own ground, and on its own terms. While Nationalists may sometimes use elections as a propaganda tactic, it should be realised that State Power does not reside entirely in Parliament, and therefore electoralism will be reduced to being only an aspect of the general assault on the Establishment.

(3) Terrorism:
It may seem strange to even be discussing such a ridiculous subject, but in light of overseas experience (the activities of 1] agent provocateurs planted by the political police; and 2] certain fringe groups) a few words may be of use. Terrorism is not only morally wrong, but also would be doomed to failure as a tactic, and would be of great value to the Establishment in its propaganda war against Nationalists.


(1) To overcome our colonial past.
To recognise that Australia is not "British", but "European". To protect, and develop, the Australian National Identity and Culture. To create an independent Australian Republic.

(2) To free us from cultural-political Americanisation.
The cosmopolitan-internationalist creed of the USA means the internationalisation of Australia. It acts to undermine our National Culture and to poison our National Spirit.

(3) To pursue environmentalism.
The growth of Australia's population (especially through mass immigration) is of huge concern; as is our increasing per-capita consumption. We should revise all policies that commit us to living beyond the biological means that our continent gives us. It is idiotic that we are ruining our already poor soils by over-taxing them in the pursuit of foreign dollars; and destroying our rivers, forests, bushlands, native animals, and plantlife in the chase for temporary economic benefit. We owe it to Australia's future generations to leave them a country that is capable of sustaining its own population, not one that has been environmentally wrecked.

(4) To destroy Multiculturalism.
This ideology serves to divide our Nation, prior to the death-blow of Asianisation. All Australians of European stock (i.e. not just "British" elements) can only be united by Australian Nationalism (hardly a task for those proclaiming the values of the British Monarchy and a "British Identity" for Australia).

(5) To stop Asianisation.
Asianisation is the major enemy of the Australian People and Nation. It is estimated that 26.7% of Australia's population will be Asian or part-Asian by 2020, finally becoming a truly Asian country in the 2090s. This will be a "do or die" struggle for our nation: either we will retain our national and cultural identity, or our nation - our people - will die. It is the ultimate test of our national will and the Australian People's right to its Continent Nation. It is a matter which, in the end, is very likely to be decided by guns - through national war and, possibly, civil war.


(1) To become an energetic propaganda organisation.
To use aggressive propaganda. To "expose" treason and certain traitors.

(2) To become a visible organisation.
To put up visual propaganda (e.g. stickers and posters), to be "visible on the streets" (e.g. handing out leaflets), and to be continually active (e.g. demonstrations and publicity-getting actions).

(3) To introduce an atmosphere of political struggle.
To make ordinary Australians aware that a political battle is being fought, and for them to see us as energetic vanguard fighters.

(4) To recognise the importance of Cadre-Members.
The activist Cadre-Members to operate the Party, and promote radical activism within it.

(5) To find enemy "targets" for propaganda purposes.
To politically attack anti-Australian traitors and traitor organisations (especially "soft" targets, those likely to "scream" to the media). To achieve the embattlement of such targets and their anti-Australian activities. Such small victories shall serve to strengthen the Party's morale, inspire new recruits, and to solidify the Party.

(6) To politically sabotage the Establishment.
To disrupt and expose the brainwashing of the multiculturalist education system, the selling off of our land and economy to Asian (Japanese in particular) and other foreign "investors", as well as to "wreck" any other anti-Australian practices that are seen as necessary to the Establishment's survival.

(7) Political Guerrillaism.
This is the overall name to describe these tactical measures. We must use political "hit and run" tactics, to concentrate our strength on our enemies' weakest points.


Activists must become Political Soldiers, carrying out Political Guerrillaism (i.e. "the war of the flea"). The necessity of this tactic to be recognised, and to be conducted professionally. Our methods must retain flexibility.


To place our strategy in some context, we shall look at the four phases of party growth:

(1) The Propagandist Party.
The propagandist phase is the first stage of party growth. This presupposes a certain degree of ideological, political, and organisational development. We find ourselves squarely in this phase.

The propagandist phase demands the winning of numerous goals:
(A) The massive escalation of propaganda.
(B) The energetic development of ideological work.
(C) The creation of basic organisational structures.
(D) Conditions of membership must become more stringent.
(E) The application of strict secrecy to our work.
(F) Priorities must be understood.
(G) The principle of a "closed" organisation.
(H) The foundation of a political newspaper.
(I) The emergence of a party symbol.
(J) The radical psychology.

(2) The Militant Party.
The "militant party" is one which arises from the success of propaganda. Larger numbers of people become Members. The party takes on a more "open" appearance. The occasional election may be contested. The media takes a reasonable degree of interest in our activities, while the rate of literature distribution and public demonstrations rises appreciably. The party is no longer a "sect", but an aspect of Australian political fragmentation.

By the close of this phase the party must have offices/shops in all major cities, some full-time organisers, and be able to run effective national propaganda campaigns.

(3) The Agitational Party.
The "agitational party" is that party which strives for the acquisition of various social sectors. We could speak of acquiring power within certain factories, schools, universities, the police, the armed forces, and the public service.

By this stage the party must possess the power to disrupt the Establishment - by demonstrations, by strikes, by simple propaganda. Of course, the party organisation is greatly strengthened. Membership increases qualitatively and quantitatively. The means to make propaganda increases (the propaganda of agitation). Comprehensive policies are developed. Electoral work becomes more impressive. The party's presence in the street develops.

(4) The Party of the Nation.
We cannot predict the exact conditions under which the nationalist party will come to power. But once empowered to govern, the party must become "the party of the whole nation", and use its social-patriotic platform to heal the deep divisions amongst our people.


The background:
1) The internationalist nature of the Establishment.
2) The apathetic nature of the "comfortable" middle class.
3) The threat of Asianisation.

The major forms of propaganda available to Nationalists:
1) Immigration, Multiculturalism, and Asianisation.
2) Unemployment and Youth.
3) Economic colonisation (International Banks, Foreign "Investment", Trade, Foreign Debt, Multinationals).
4) Republicanism; and Independence (economic, cultural, political).
5) Promotion of the Australian National Identity and Culture.
6) Environmentalism.


The fact is, the cosmopolitan-internationalist Establishment will not let us take power (at least, not without a fight). The cosmopolitan-internationalists are committed to their ideology and will use "legal" and illegal means to try to stop us (the present undemocratic "anti-racist" laws are tame compared with what they can "cook up" for us).

Power does not entirely reside within parliament. Therefore, in order to achieve power, Nationalists will have to eventually win over certain sectors of the nation's power bases, both inside and outside parliament. We will need to win certain places within parliament, from which we can "link-up" to certain allies and those who will side with us on certain issues: Once we gain a sector of parliament, the potential for new laws (and, indeed, government) by "wheeling and dealing" opens up to us. However, to protect such deals from interference or destruction from outside parliament, we must control certain sectors of other national power bases (such as the unions and the public service, as well as to have members within the police and armed forces).


The saving of our nation, and the establishment of an independent White Australian Republic, is not a game. The traitor class will do everything to oppose us, and we must be prepared to not only meet the challenge, but to carry on beyond it. Success is not guaranteed, but with a dedicated Nationalist movement, we can achieve our final objectives.

We must recognise:
(1) The need for radical ideology and radical action; and therefore, the need to maintain our distance from Conservative types who would disrail and misdirect Nationalist potential.
(2) The reality of State Power in Australia.
(3) The social-revolutionary nature of Australian Nationalism.

The task of every Australian nationalist is to take up the cause of the Australian Nation, and act decisively in the Coming Struggle that looms before us.

11 November 1996

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