Much Ado About Nothing Nationalistic.
One thing we do know about this year’s federal election, which is hanging on a thread so tight it could split a fly in two, no matter whom wins, the planes will keep coming. And coming. And coming. And then probably the boats will come again too.
You could run a broom clear through the whole turgid election and only sweep up one party that dared challenge non-White immigration.
The Australia First Party has returned a commendable result in this breadless circus. Running candidates in three states and the Northern Territory — the party president flying nationalist colours in Lindsay — AFP managed a positive countrywide swing.
Alas, Jim Saleam came last as did Susan Jakobi in Victoria, but that is little surprise to the party fold, who entered the contest full-well knowing a lower-house seat was pie in the sky.
Regardless, Susan scored around 2,600 votes, trumping NSW’s street-fighting total. She will no doubt be looking for a pay rise and an expense account. Fully wakkas Aussie-hero Danny Nalliah must’ve slung God a ripping prayer to steal the lead on her, but as we can see Australians are collectively concussed when it comes to voting.
The United Nationalists Australia site is a great resource covering Australian Nationalism and all the bullshit antics of our political enemies and civic patriots. Be sure to check it out, especially now that Whitelaw Towers is no longer being updated.