Sunday, April 21, 2013

You're invited!

We can make a big difference as individuals right now. The traditionalist movement is just at the point of moving from having an internet based presence to a real world one. The Sydney Traditionalist Forum is moving forward and the Traditional Britain Group is adding branches. It's possible that in the near future an American Traditionalist Society will also be launched.

The success of each venture encourages the rest - it becomes a question of momentum. So I'd encourage interested Melbourne readers to consider attending the next Eltham Traditionalists event which is coming up soon. We can play a leading role in helping to push things forward.

We meet for dinner and political conversation and future planning. The last event was a very enjoyable one and I'd love to be able to report another successful get together this time.

If you think you might be able to attend just drop me an email at and I'll send you further information.


  1. White Feminist Woman at Georgetown University working in the admissions department openly admitted that she REJECTED white men's applications simply because they were WHITE MEN.

    Brief: A female advisor in the admissions department at Georgetown University has been caught openly admitting that she committed the CRIME of discrimination based on people's race and gender in the application process.

    This has the potential to create a large scale lawsuit against Georgetown University, and with the momentum building at the rate it is building, seems very likely that will be the outcome.

    Below are the main links to all of the information regarding this news story and case.

  2. Another Tweed Renegade and I hope to come next time we're in Melbourne. Which might not be for a while, but we'll make it one day. :)

  3. Anon,

    I think I was right to be cautious about that story. Its legitimacy is now being questioned.

    Plato, thanks. Hope to meet you one day.

  4. Gee, thanks.

    Can't wait.

    The future is now.

  5. Are you aware of any traditionalist groups in Canberra? As far as I can tell this place is a cultural- marxist wasteland :(

  6. Anon,

    I'm not aware of any groups in Canberra, but stay tuned. What I'd like to do later on this year is to set up a kind of list of people who would be interested in forming branches in their area. Once a few people were located within driving distance of each other, I could then put them in contact with each other.