The Traditional Family

Feminism, Children and the Future

Sydney Traditionalist Society, August 20, 2016: During World War I, Serbia had the most casualties of any country as a percentage of the population; between 16.67% to 27.78%.1 This meant that subsequently there was a very real man shortage in Serbia. In the movie Tears for Sale by Uroš Stojanović,2 a group of women from a… Continue reading Feminism, Children and the Future

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

Despite universal condemnation, at least Jeremy Corbyn has openly showcased his true Islamopologist credentials. And in doing so, Corbyn has showed exactly why he is grossly unfit to lead a country which possesses the stature, greatness and power as does Great Britain. On the substance of his claims which implicate a connection between UK foreign policy and the… Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

Gatestone Institute, by Judith Bergman, May 24, 2017: When ISIS attacked the Bataclan Theater in Paris in November 2015, it did so because, in its own words, it was “where hundreds of pagans gathered for a concert of prostitution and vice.” A year earlier, ISIS had forbidden all music as haram (forbidden). Many Islamic scholars… Continue reading Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

Islam in Britain

Yet Another Jihad Massacre in UK; May Should Apologize and Resign

Unfortunately another terrorist attack has occurred in Britain and while the Aussie Conservative Blog extends the deepest of sympathies to those slain, now is not the time to regurgitate worthless platitudes along the lines of: ‘we must not let terrorism to change us’. To the contrary, we must let this terrorism change us, in order to… Continue reading Yet Another Jihad Massacre in UK; May Should Apologize and Resign