Jihad Watch, by Robert Spencer, June 5, 2017: He was, of course, “on parole and known to counter-terrorism cops,” like so many other Islamic jihadis. There are just so many to keep track of, and Western governments, apparently bent on national and civilizational suicide, are importing more all the time. Still, Australian police say terrorism… Continue reading Muslim murders man, says “This is for ISIS and al-Qaeda,” cops say terrorism “one line of inquiry”
Australia’s most undesirable Islamist apologist Yassmin Abdel- Magied has attacked Australia again, but this time in a period considered sacred by both conservatives and progressives. Earlier today Abdel- Magied tweeted: “Lest We Forget (Manus. Nauru. Syria. Palestine)”, in an attempt to politically hijack a day universally revered by Australians. Essentially, this tweet implicated that Australia should not mourn the… Continue reading Why Yassmin Abdel- Magied is wrong on Anzac Day
Hello Aussie Conservative old timers, regulars or otherwise. As many of you know, my name is Ethan Sinclair, and I am the sole editor, author, and Chief Executive Officer of the Aussie Conservative Blog. After a few years of blogging; the time and resources invested into designing my site, preparing posts, developing eBooks, running my… Continue reading My gracious request for your donations
I firmly support the need to emphasize common ground, rather than differences when collaborating with individuals of differing ideologies. So whilst constructive dialogue is important, and I consider parts of conservatism and libertarianism essential to my own ideology, I am first and foremost a conservative person. This is not to state that I am incapable of changing my positions on issues… Continue reading Why I’m conservative rather than libertarian
A few hours ago Cuban state TV announced that its former leader, Fidel Castro, has died at 90 years of age. Obviously, Castro was a polarising figure, with opinion divided over whether he was a tyrant, or a hero. To my mind, Castro was no saint, and should not be worthy of excessive endearments nor affectionate… Continue reading Fidel Castro’s death and my message to conservatives
It might be in its most infant stages, but I have started recording podcast- styled YouTube videos. The content I will be putting up still has much to improve upon, however if any of you are interested in seeing me orally discuss the issues I write about, go to: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyBmmOEu30Hqy3RmiZuty9Q.
As I’ve just reached 200 followers, I thought I’d take the opportunity again to thank everyone for their ongoing engagement on the site (both positive and negative). So thankyou everyone, and I aspire for things to only improve from here.