The Australian, by Rebecca Urban, May 19, 2017: “Privileged” male students have been told to be more like women by curbing their confidence and refraining from dominating or showing off during classes, following workshops run by the University of Melbourne Student Union. Men should also acknowledge that being born male and white affords them certain… Continue reading Uni holds workshops on ‘male privilege’
The Spectator, by Caleb Stephen, May 4, 2017: By now, I’m sure you would’ve heard the news that the Victorian Andrews government is backing a brand new “feminist collective” strategy under the assumed guise of tackling domestic violence through a $21 million tax-payer funded school program called Respectful Relationships. Whether you like it or not,… Continue reading Daniel Andrews gender agenda and mythmaking
A mainstream, respected media organisation has openly called to deny white men voting and property rights, in order to redistribute power towards coloured people. Not surprisingly this sentiment is coming from South Africa, where the people who first brought democratic institutions, modern technology, health, medicine and education are being treated in a genocidal- like manner. Now,… Continue reading Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?
“Pitzer College Latina Student Asks White People To Pay For Her Spring Break”, Daily Wire, March 10, 2017: It’s bad enough that many college students feel entitled to other people’s money; for example, a study discovered that around 30% of students on loan programs use government’s money to pay for their spring break excursions instead of paying… Continue reading Latina student asks whites to pay for her holiday
“The Fallacy of White Privilege”, National Review, February 16, 2016: A pillar of contemporary Leftism is the notion of “white privilege.” Given that a generation of high-school and college students are being taught that a great number of “unearned privileges” accrue to white Americans, the charge of white privilege demands rational inquiry. The assertion turns… Continue reading The Fallacy of ‘White Privilege’
The tale of South Africa is a complex, fascinating, tragic one, with opinions divided as to who should take blame for the country’s present predicament. While some suggest that South Africa’s rampant crime and poverty can be traced back to the Apartheid era, others blame affirmative action, in creating a bitter legacy of anti- white resentment. In truth, an… Continue reading Is there a future for White Afrikaners?