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Aussie Court backs BAC

On the 28th of September, 2011, Judge Mordecai Bromberg of the Federal Court of Australia handed down a ruling against Herald Sun columnist Andrew Bolt and his employer, News Limited. The case involved columns written by Bolt, in which he … Continue reading

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Anglophobia – 7.8% of Australian residents hate Brits

On 23/2/2011 the (Melbourne) Herald Sun newspaper published the results of a very large study which concluded that Australian residents of all racial, religious and ethnic backgrounds particularly disliked specific groups of other Australian residents. The study, released by Kevin … Continue reading

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Did you hear about the bigot?

Did you hear about the bigot who hates all things English? He makes a good living in the concreting business, because almost everything in the city depends on this industry. It’s just a pity that reinforced concrete was invented by … Continue reading

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British Australians (officially) second-class citizens

Chief Justice Murray Gleeson Justice Bill Gummow Justice Ken Hayne Justice Mary Gaudron These are the four judges of the High Court of Australia who ruled, on the 23rd of June 1999, that Britain is a “foreign power”. (The remaining … Continue reading

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British Genes Resist AIDS

Six hundred and fifty years ago, the Black Death was stalking Europe. It arrived on ships from Asia, carried by fleas that had infected rats on board the ships. Before it burned itself out, the epidemic had killed about a … Continue reading

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Threats to Brits

There are many threats to the British migrant presence in contemporary Australia. This site will keep you up-dated on some of them. For the moment, read about a sad man called Harold Scruby … Harold Scruby is the executive director … Continue reading

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Anglophobia costs Australia $millions

The United Kingdom Settlers’ Association survey of British migrant needs was completed in 1999, with financial assistance from the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs. As a result of very extensive publicity, almost 11% of the British-born “usual residents” of … Continue reading

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