‘The demise of academic history’

Insights from Quadrant Readers of the Weekend Australian will have enjoyed Geoffrey Blainey’s feature essay on Captain Cook and his voyages — a theme also addressed by Quadrant‘s Keith Windschuttle, at left, in a column we first published in 2018 and reprise today for the Australia Day holiday. Blainey’s article has inspired a series ofContinue reading “‘The demise of academic history’”

The Government can now walk in and take your land – they have stolen the Australian peoples lands………….Watch the video message and share make this go massively viral, family, friends Australia wide…

18 December 2022 2 min read https://www.bitchute.com/embed/hJKfzYz53RmS/ Discover how you and your children have had your rights, constitution, country, wealth and freedoms stolen from you over the past 4-5 decades (and soon your property and your homes), by whom or for what reason? Part Two(b) Two Crowns and a Tiara – by Dawn Kelly |Continue reading “The Government can now walk in and take your land – they have stolen the Australian peoples lands………….Watch the video message and share make this go massively viral, family, friends Australia wide…”

History

Inventing Australian History, Again Michael Connor Contributing editor Henry Reynolds is a supporter and regular contributor to John Menadue’s social policy blog Pearls and Irritants. One obsequious post on the site has suggested he should receive the Nobel Prize either for literature or peace—why not both? In 2017 he used the site to put forwardContinue reading “History”

Australian Monarchist League

Make no bones about it, unlike the Rudd/Gillard/Rudd Labor governments, the Albanese government has a Marxist agenda to create radical change. The major change it hopes to implement is to do away with the Crown as retribution for the Whitlam dismissal in 1975. If Labor had a realistic agenda for constitutional reform they would haveContinue reading “Australian Monarchist League”

The Cinematic Vision of Henry Lawson

Literature Diana Figgis Where Dead Men Lie is a fifteen-minute film from 1972 based on Henry Lawson’s 1897 short story “The Australian Cinematograph”. The film was made to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Lawson’s death, at Abbotsford in Sydney, on September 2, 1922, and features the voices of the actors Jack Thompson and Max Cullen.Continue reading “The Cinematic Vision of Henry Lawson”

A real statesman of the Australian Senate exposes the Covid scam – let the trials begin of those who killed or injured thousands of Australians by experimental vaxx

Nov 13 Posted by Editor, cairnsnews I have no doubt that, as the truth comes to light, history will judge those in this Parliament as cowards for failing to stand up against the COVID B.S. Read the study, COVID-19 vaccines – An Australian Review by Conny Turni and Astrid Lefringhausen here. Watch the COVID INQUIRYContinue reading “A real statesman of the Australian Senate exposes the Covid scam – let the trials begin of those who killed or injured thousands of Australians by experimental vaxx”

Inventing Australian History, Again

Michael Connor Quadrant Online 29th October 2022 Henry Reynolds is a supporter and regular contributor to John Menadue’s social policy blog Pearls and Irritants. One obsequious post on the site has suggested he should receive the Nobel Prize either for literature or peace—why not both? In 2017 he used the site to put forward aContinue reading “Inventing Australian History, Again”

US-based Chinese company Konnech fixing Australian elections

Oct 24 Posted by Editor, cairnsnews by Alexandra Bruce, US correspondent It was a Hell of a week for people who care about the future of this country, let alone the future of the human species. During the same week that the CDC voted unanimously to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the Child Immunization Schedule,Continue reading “US-based Chinese company Konnech fixing Australian elections”

Snowy Brumby Photography Adventures with Michelle and Ian

Gunned down in a hail of bullets Killed in such an inhumane fashion Vale Daps and his mob We must never forget this atrocity Please read the captions on these photos I better get a tissue, tears, true Michelle xx DapsBushfire survivor. Took his mob and lead them to safety. One month after the firesContinue reading Snowy Brumby Photography Adventures with Michelle and Ian

These are the steps the Australian political parties have taken to implement the One World Government plan.

Step 1. On 2nd February 1960, the Political Parties removed the Governor-General, and Commander-in- Chief of the Commonwealth of Australia, from representing Her Most Excellent Majesty. Ever since then, Queen Elizabeth II continues to appoint Governor Generals, as she is bound to do by her Coronation Oath. However, once the appointment is received in Parliament,Continue reading “These are the steps the Australian political parties have taken to implement the One World Government plan.”

The Misrepresentations of the Massacre Map

Peter O’Brien Quadrant Online 30th August 2022 The colonisation of the Australian continent was a traumatic and damaging event for the Aboriginal people of the time. Almost alone in the world, they had maintained a stone age culture virtually unchanged for thousands of years. That was not because their culture was inherently superior or moreContinue reading “The Misrepresentations of the Massacre Map”

Calling Those Error-Prone ‘Old Historians’ to Account

History Wars Peter O’Brien The term ‘history wars’ is an artificial construct designed by what historian Dr Michael Connor refers to as ‘the old historians’, or the history establishment, to demean any attempt by those who refuse to toe to the party line. Increasingly that party line holds Australia to be a racist country foundedContinue reading “Calling Those Error-Prone ‘Old Historians’ to Account”

‘National shame’: History used as a ‘weapon’ to ‘tear’ at Australian identity

You’re watching ‘National shame’: History used as a ‘weapon’ to ‘tear’ at Australian identity July 28, 2022 – 7:44PM The Centre for Independent Studies’ Peter Kurti says we need to ensure the school curriculum and teaching of history don’t try to “sidestep or tear down” our past and identity but help children come to termsContinue reading “‘National shame’: History used as a ‘weapon’ to ‘tear’ at Australian identity”

“National shame’’

Natasha Bita The Australian July 28, 2022 “National shame’’ is being taught in school history lessons, a new Centre of Independent Studies ­report claims. British analyst Joanna Williams has charged into Australia’s culture wars, blaming a black-armband view of history for the rise in identity politics among young Australians. “History classes increasingly focus on pastContinue reading ““National shame’’”

Aborigines

Racist, Sexist, Homophobic. You Know, the Usual Libels Tony Thomas The lugubrious tone of history teaching in Victoria is shown in a second volume of the new four-part Cambridge University Press series Analysing Australian History – Power and Resistance, 1788-1998 ($49.95). The book for the Victorian Certificate of Education course is by Ashley Keith PrattContinue reading “Aborigines”

The Country That Lost Its Memory

History Michael Connor Contributing editor Australia has amnesia. When Veronica Gorrie won two book awards she did what all literature prize-winners do here—she abused the country, kept the money, and misremembered the past: “I find it ironic that the Victorian State Government are awarding me, considering they were the ones that committed past atrocities onContinue reading “The Country That Lost Its Memory”

‘The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’

If you are interested in reading the real history of our nation then you need to read this. Not only for your knowledge but also to be able to counteract false information out there Why Australia Had No Slavery, Part III: The Founders According to the then British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the two hundredthContinue reading “‘The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’”

The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’.

by Keith Windschuttle, ‘The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’, Quadrant,2000 Part 11 In 1838, the NSW Legislative Council’s Committee on the Aborigines Question, held an inquiry on the possible establishment of a protectorate for the Aboriginal people of the colony. Reverend Lancelot Threlkeld, who ran a mission at Lake Macquarie under the auspicesContinue reading “The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’.”

‘The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’

Why Australia Had No Slavery: The Islanders Part 1 the three-part series of articles by Keith Windschuttle, ‘The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’, Quadrant, December 2000 This is the story of my father, Wacvie Mussingkon who, in June 1883, was kidnapped from Craig Cove, a village on the coast of Ambrym Island inContinue reading “‘The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian History’”

Horses of Australia Series

No 7 The Mounted Soldiers of Australia Horses have played a special role in the story of Australia. For the first hundred years of European settlement they were the only means of transport across most of our huge country. Outside the few cities, ability to ride a horse was almost as basic as the abilityContinue reading “Horses of Australia Series”