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Australian White Nationalism figure Blair Cottrell addresses a far-right political rally in 2018 (Photo: James Cutler)

Disclaimer: Much of this was originally written in May 2019, later updated for publication here in June 2020. All details and quotes have been taken from the words of those involved, witness statements or through other means where verification has been secured.

“I mean we don’t want to necessarily just be meatheads, we want to be intellectual. We want to be able to handle ourselves in a debate or be able to express our ideas passionately and in a very well-constructed manner,” Western Australian ‘John’ tells YouTuber Millennial Woes in a December 2018 video, “Which I think you need to find a balance between the two and that’s really what we’re aiming towards with the cultured thug.” …


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2018 Naidoc Week March in Melbourne (Photo: James T Cutler)

Disclaimer: This article contains the names of Indigenous Australians who are deceased and all have been printed here with the utmost respect wherever possible, however any undue offence which might occur is not deliberate and apologies are made for any in advance. The following was written on land originally occupied by the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation.

On Channel Nine’s Today Show, Australian journalist Alexis Daish, reporting from Los Angeles, concluded an interview with a protestor by thanking the gentleman and stating, “People in Australia don’t have the understanding of the history of police killings here.”

She was half right. …


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Disclaimer: While the following discusses the book SIEGE by Neo-Nazi author James Mason, I have made the deliberate decision NOT to include any of the Nazi imagery contained within Mason’s writings, nor any of the Nazi symbols Mason often surrounded himself with, since sharing them at large would be complicit in supporting their presence if only by engaging in their distribution.

Once banished to a largely irrelevant corner of the world’s neo-fascist underground and regarded as so inflammatory and violent that it isolated even otherwise unabashed and open neo-Nazis, a fascist manifesto has found a new life with the Internet’s burgeoning Nazi communities. …

James T. Cutler

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