President’s Message – June 2022

Notice of Melbourne Event BAC President monthly message Frank Salter   16 June 2022   Dear BAC members, Let me begin by acknowledging Australia’s historic Anglo nation and its sovereignty over all our continent’s lands and waters.   BAC Event On Saturday 25th June Saturday 2nd July I shall be presenting Life Membership of the BAC […]

Platinum Jubilee

On the 2nd of June the Prime Minister, Mr Albanese, was reported to have said of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations across the Commonwealth: “lit up in royal purple we joined 53 other nations in celebrating our common heritage celebrating a life of service, fidelity, integrity and humanity.” Coming ahead of lighting the national Jubilee beacon […]

President’s Message – May 2022

Vale Alan James BAC President monthly message Frank Salter   6 May 2022   Dear BAC members, Let me begin by acknowledging Australia’s historic British-derived nation and its sovereignty over all this continent’s land and waters. Long-term BAC member Alan James passed away on the 4th of April. Alan, who was recently made a Life Member […]

President’s Message – April 2022

BAC President monthly message Frank Salter   7 April 2022   Dear BAC members, Let me begin by acknowledging Australia’s historic British-derived nation and its possession of all of our land and waters. Just as Australia’s core identity is obscured in modern education and the media, Anglophobia is the one ethnic hatred rarely acknowledged. The April […]

BAC News Review – March 2022

Russia, Ukraine and the Anglosphere The elephant in the room, by far the biggest event of the past month has of course been the Russian invasion of Ukraine. I don’t intend to comment extensively on the details of the matter – there is no shortage of coverage from the utterly mainstream to the dissonantly dissident […]

President’s Message – March

BAC President monthly message Frank Salter  8 March 2022   Dear BAC members, Let me begin by acknowledging Australia’s historic nation and its possession of all of our land and waters. Before getting to the main item, I have two announcements. Firstly, I urge BAC members to donate to charities such as Red Cross which […]

BAC News Review – February

Welcome back to the British-Australian Community News Review. We have much to update you on since our last instalment but before we get into the news, for those unaware our friends at the ESU have a range of awards and bursaries that can be applied for to fund projects of relevant to the English-speaking peoples. […]

BAC News Review – 19th January 2022 – CANZUK ties / Awaiting the flood / 2001 Cabinet papers / Indigenous Tomb / Horror Story Debunked / Mystery Fire / Parliamentary Ouroboros / Donald Mackay

BAC News Review As silly season winds up, we return with a review of the news over the Christmas break, and we promise we won’t mention anything about a certain Serbian tennis player, of which we’re sure you’ve all heard quite enough (unless you have just returned from exile in the depths of Siberia). CANZUK […]

BAC News Review – 17th December 2021- The Ashes/ Birth Rates & Mass Immigration/ Australia Day & Diversity/ Our Illustrious Past/ Our ‘fully consulted’ future

The Ashes It’s on a cheery note that we commence our first news review (which will continue regularly in 2022), with the Australian cricket side comprehensively defeating England in the first test of the Ashes, and looking strong early in the second test. No doubt this has proven a welcome distraction from the recent travails […]