Tag Archives: Women for Aryan Unity

Our Cultural Heritage

imageOur cultural heritage is being threatened with destruction, not only from the Goverment and immigrants but by our own neglect, carelessness and obsession for material gain. The protection of our cultural heritage is essential to our survival, it's preservation should not be reduced to empty words and … Continue Reading ››

David Eden Lane 2015 Australian Memorial

imageOn the 16th May WAU Australia along with some close friends held a memorial to celebrate the life and honour the memory of our friend and teacher David Eden Lane. IMG_2266 Continue Reading ››

Why Are We Here & Why we Fight?

aryan childrenWhile in part we are here to socialise with people with the same beliefs as ours, where going to gigs, having bbq’s and drinking is all well and good, there is a more important reason as to why we are here and that is the 14 words, … Continue Reading ››

Colouring Book Project – The Book of Runes

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 Available Now

A children's colouring book based on the Runes, will offer beautiful original drawings for your child to enjoy and colour. Each picture will include the rune, it's name, meaning and pronunciation in an easy no nonsense way that will help … Continue Reading ››

Items For Sale – Support us to Support our Folk

We at WAU Australia have some items for sale, all proceeds go towards our many projects to help support our Folk. If there is anything you are interested in please contact us directly at wau_southoz@Hotmail.com, we also welcome any donations :) All cds $10 each + postage. imageThe Order insignia, … Continue Reading ››

In honour of Bob Mathews and our Martyrs

B&H 13-12-14 On Saturday 13-12-14 the South Australian branch of Blood & Honour got together to honour and pay homage to the memory of Robert J Mathews and all the other Martyrs who have given their lives for our cause. A Blot was held and a Rite of Martyrs was … Continue Reading ››

Things we should teach our daughters:

image1: Teach your daughter ways to express her feelings – not eat them or purge them. 2: Teach your daughter to work with what she’s got and love what she’s got. Tall, short, fat, thin, your daughter is beautiful – inside and out. Make sure you tell her … Continue Reading ››