Kiwi nationalist addresses Australia First in Sydney

A New Zealand nationalist addressed Sydney members of the Australia First Party on September 16. He provided an overview of New Zealand patriotic action over the last few years. He discussed 'New Right New Zealand', the 'National Front' and other structures. The same problems of globalisation, wild immigration and the threat to national independence were present there as threaten Australia. He pointed out that the State had permitted so-called 'anti-racist / anti fascist' groups to attack NZ nationalists and other patriots at street level, but that overall - there was continuous progress.

The speaker considered that the various scattered groups making up the Kiwi scene may eventually unite into a more coherent force. Keeping up the Australian connection was considered a strategic and tactical necessity as well as an expression of the ANZAC bond between the two countries.

A social event followed.

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