New Sites and Pages

We’d like to introduce two new websites from the Aussie National-Anarchist network…

The Western Australian National-Anarchist (WANA) collective now has a website to share news on their activities and information on local issues from a National-Anarchist perspective. They are currently organising social meet ups and various other activist projects, so if you live out west, give them a yell and they’ll be sure to get you involved.

The much awaited National-Anarchist Women site is now up and running! This website is run entirely by the women in our network, who are all working hard to produce interesting and relevant information and valuable resources for women interested in sustainable living, healthy alternatives and tribalism. National-Anarchism is a political movement that values men and women equally as essential providers and contributors to a sustainable and autonomous society, if you’re a woman looking for a real social alternative – get in contact!

We’ve also created a new Links page, with a growing collection of websites relevant to National-Anarchists and New Right supporters. Have a look! The website will be undergoing continuing updates in recent weeks, all with the aim of providing the news and resources relevant to our activists and supporters! Thank you for your continuous support

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Introducing Nationalist Alternative

NAlt

A new political organisation has popped up recently, Nationalist Alternative.

The group is influenced by the ideas of the international New Right think tank, which National-Anarchists have also been involved in and take an intellectual influence from. Nationalist Alternative (NAlt?) reject globalisation and liberalism and pursue a third positionist stance promoting pan-nationalism, a fair market economy and sustainable living. It is also good to see the adoption of National-Anarchist strategy in building a radical movement in the streets and forming autonomous communities.

We acknowledge Nationalist Alternative are different in ways from the National-Anarchists but we also recognise our similarities and encourage them to make their presence known. We hope that they work hard to promote positive, revolutionary nationalism, to engage in meaningful activism that will benefit communities directly and keep the pressure on those groups that seek to impose reactionary and universalist views on all of us.

We’ll definitely keep an eye on this group that has been inspired by the success and activism of the New Right and National-Anarchists both here and overseas!

Best wishes to NAlt!