Australian Protectionist Party: A social protectionist organisation, whose primary policies are to "protect our environment, families, freedoms, jobs and industries, people, rural communities, and way of life". The Protectionists seek to protect Australians against Globalism, immigration, Multiculturalism, and Asianisation.
Historical information and documentation regarding nationalist and patriotic organisations (primarily Australian). The Aardvark project is supported by the Association for the Archiving, Research and Documentation of Verse, Anthropology, Race, and Kultur.
The Association for the Advancement of Australian Culture
The Association for the Advancement of Australian Culture (Art site)
The Association for the Advancement of Australian Culture was formed in 1995, with the purpose of promoting and furthering Australian Culture. This website was created as an educational centre to offer cultural resources and reference points for those with an interest in Australia's culture.
Internet forum for nationalists.
Australian Nationalist Resource (Downunder Newslinks)
Various news articles of interest.
Includes the Australian Terrorist Database
Australian nationalist magazine.
European People's Anti-Defamation Organisation
Aims: to defend people of European descent against racist and scurrilous attacks that attempt to defame, denigrate, and delegitimise the European nations, cultures, and race; to celebrate European achievements, heritage, and history; to expose anti-European racism whenever and wherever it occurs.
People Against Nazism, Communism, and Authoritarianism
PANCA "are opposed to all forms of dictatorial and authoritarian government, and to those who advocate the imposition of such government. We realise that authoritarianism comes in many guises, not just in the classic styles that we expect to see. Modern authoritarianism is not so likely to come dressed in red shirts or in brown shirts, but is more likely to come in the form of those who wear business suits, with close ties to government institutions and big business."