Andrew Bolt – Herald Sun December 16, 2014 9:00PM
Iranian born Man Haron Monis outside the Dowling Centre Local Court in Sydney. Picture: Cameron Richardson
MAN Haron Monis couldn’t have done more to make the deaf hear that the terror he unleashed in Sydney was in the name of Islam.
As he walked into the Lindt coffee shop with his shotgun on Monday he wore a headband bearing the war cry: “We are ready to sacrifice for you, O Muhammad.”
The Iranian-born cleric had already fought for Islam by sending jeering letters to the families of Australian soldiers killed in Afghanistan. Read more »
We invite all peace loving Australians to join us for a special Prayer Vigil from 1pm to 2pm on 21st Dec 2014 just outside the Lindt chocolate outlet at 271 Collins St. Melbourne.
Let us unite as a Nation to commemorate the sad loss of 2 young Aussies, Katrina Dawson & Tori Johnson, who were first held hostage with around 15 others and then died when Monday’s crisis came to an end. We will offer prayers of comfort and peace for their families, and friends, in their time of grief. We will also offer prayers for all hostages who went through this terrible 17 hour ordeal.
You are most welcome to express your grief and sadness by bringing flowers to be placed at the site. Please ask everyone you know to come there.
We look forward to seeing you there. This is the least we can do to show our love and compassion to those who went through this most horrific hostage crisis. We also wish to send a firm message to all Islamist fundamentalists. They must understand that their terror campaign will not stop us Aussies but rather make us even more resilient.
Please note that there will be a 60 seater bus leaving 30 Star Cres Hallam at 11.45am and returning at 3pm. If you want a seat on the bus call 97031620 and speak to Elizabeth or Angelene to book your seat.
My Thoughts and Prayers are with you all.
Click the link to hear a personal message from Daniel Nalliah
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – TUESDAY 16th DECEMBER 2014
One needs to first understand that “Muslims” are a group of people. Islam is the Religion and the Koran is their text book, where they get their ideology from.
I am sure we all know that one can choose their friends and partner, but not your family or the religion you are born into.
The siege in Sydney had a very sad ending. All night I kept waking up, checking the news, and saying prayers for the hostages, their families and our security forces. I can just imagine the terror that the hostages went through for so long, and then to hear the news that two were killed, was so very sad.
I know that emotions will be running very high right now and that feelings towards Muslim people can be very negative. We must be careful however not to brand all Muslims with the same label. We need to love them and make them feel at home as many of them do not practice the Koran and have chosen to live a peaceful life.
Let me take Sri Lanka as an example. Due to racial riots, thousands lost their lives. Then because of terrorism many were killed. But since the terrorists were from the minority group, even though most people from the minority did not support the terrorists, all those who belonged to that minority community became victims of revenge attacks, insults and were looked upon as if everyone from that community was a terrorist. I hope that does not happen to Muslims living in Australia.
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This morning, Channel Seven at Martin Place Sydney was evacuated. Trains, planes and automobiles have been blocked.
The popular Lindt chocolate store, opposite the TV Station’s premises is surprisingly advertising an unseasonal Black Flag which states: [Arabic]”There is no god but Allah Mohammed is his messenger.”
Thirteen hostages have been spectacularly uninvited to a rude awakening. Whilst this hopeless, black flag has been shifted from pane to window pane, trembling hands are similarly pressed against them. The embedded Islamic terrorists are still milking fear.
WE INVITE YOU TO SAY A PRAYER FOR THE THIRTEEN HOSTAGES; AND OUR SECURITY PERSONNEL
Wake Up Australia!
Rise Up Australia Party
and Keep Australia Australian!
[RUA reminds you that there are many peace loving Moslems]
Dear friends in Australia and around the world,
May I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy and blessed Christmas, in addition to wonderful New Year in 2015!
I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for believing in and supporting the vision of Rise Up Australia Party to Keep Australia Australian.
Thank you for your support, action and many forms of contact that have been such a blessing to me, my family and each team member.
May we all seize this Christmas season and make it our primary purpose to talk to someone about the wonderful joy, peace and love that Jesus Christ brought to all mankind 2000 years ago when He came from heaven to earth!
I recently received the following email and thought I must share it with you.
“There will be No Nativity Scene in Canberra this Year.
The Supreme Court has ruled that there cannot be a Nativity Scene in Australia’s Capital this Christmas season.
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Further to the email we sent around six weeks ago, you may click the following link (then click the Springvale Dandenong region) to read an excellent front page article from the Dandenong Leader, ‘Council Puts Christ Back Into Christmas.’
Please call the Dandenong Council on (03) 8571 1000 and thank them.
Thank you so very much for praying and acting as it has definitely paid off.
Understanding what Racism is and is not:
Having dealt with the misconception of ‘Far Right’ I’d like to move back to the subject of Racism and why it is that the Left, mainly the Greens, Labor and some of those that are of the Islamic persuasion, call us racist when it is clear according to the Oxford dictionary definition that we are far from that.
The dictionary states the following:
Racist: An advocate or supporter of racism; a person whose words or actions display racial prejudice or discrimination. Also in extended use: a person who is prejudiced against people of other nationalities. Cf. RACIALIST n. Read more »
After reading Andrew Bolt’s Blog on Friday 5th December 2014 and seeing that Rise Up Australia Party received a mention, I feel I have to comment. It was plain to see that Andrew Bolt understood the hypocrisy of the Greens message to the public, who no doubt are trying to cash in on the misconceptions of what it means to have a Multicultural society. The Greens love to spread the word that Rise Up Australia Party is a racist Party…. but Why?
Andrew Bolt in his article quotes the Greens as saying, ……under the Heading of… The Greens love diversity in theory:
Australia’s strength lies in the cultural diversity of people from all corners of the globe, the Australian Greens said today…. Our country has been greatly enriched by successive generations of immigrants whose influence is reflected in every facet of society.
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To The Age it is obvious
The Greens love diversity in theory:
Australia’s strength lies in the cultural diversity of people from all corners of the globe, the Australian Greens said today… Our country has been greatly enriched by successive generations of immigrants whose influences are reflected in every facet of society.
Not every facet, actually. Greens leader Christine Milne with Greens politicians and candidates in the Victorian election:
In contrast, Rise Up Australia leader Danny Nalliah with candidates in the Victorian election:
Age writer Ruby Hamad isn’t so sure about this diversity thing, after all: Read more »
Rise Up Australia Party appreciates the relentless, good work and noblesse oblige of all our volunteers and workers over the past fortnight of pre-polling anèd this, election, day.
Although the major parties had decades’ strong traditional financial resources, traditional values and manners were so often short changed on the Socialist side. Despite the fiscal limitations, RUAP has had a victorious day, with the Upper House “best yet to come”.
Rise Up Australia and Keep Australia Australian!
27th November 2014
Rise Up Australia leader and RUAP Legislative Council candidate for the South-Eastern Metropolitan Region, Daniel Nalliah has committed his Party to a Ten Year Moratorium on Islamic Immigration. Read more »
The Annual CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL ON OBSTETRIC AND PAEDIATRIC MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY REPORT show 378 Victorian babies were terminated in their last trimester;
183 of these late term babies were not sick, injured or deformed. They were perfect (the oldest was 37 weeks) (Table 6.20, pg 159)
Gone too far?
……………YES! Read more »
On the weekend the book titled ‘The 21st Century Culture War in the West’ was released by Daniel Nalliah, the Author & National President of Rise Up Australia Party.
Within half an hour around 150 copies, personally signed by him were sold. Read more »
Daniel Nalliah, leader of Rise Up Australia and the party’s no. 1 candidate for the Upper House in the South-Eastern Metropolitan region, will launch his new book The 21st-Century Culture War in the West at Federation Square, Melbourne, on Saturday 22 November 2014 at 11.00 am.
Mr Nalliah’s new book, subtitled Multiculturalism and the danger of Fundamental Islamism in the West, is a revealing account of the failure of multiculturalism in the West. He was born in Asia, lived in Saudi Arabia just 40 minutes from Mecca and now calls Australia home. Read more »
Mark Durie is an Anglican minister in Melbourne who is well known for his understanding of religious freedom issues. He has just prepared a 3 minute video clip, highlighting the huge concerns about Labor’s proposal to re-introduce laws to require Christian schools and organisations to PROVE why they need to employ Christians who share their values.
November 20, 2014- The Age – Craig Butt
Lord Christopher Monckton is lending his support to the Rise Up Australia Party’s Victorian election campaign, and has helped one of their upper house candidates with her attempt to get the Casey Council to stop promoting same-sex relationships.
Lord Monckton, a noted climate change sceptic and former adviser to Britain’s Conservative party, was in the public gallery in a council meeting on Thursday, in which a counter-motion which asserted the council’s existing policy was passed.
Speaking to media after the decision, Lord Monckton said he was “willing to help out anyone on the (Rise Up) team who is needing some help”.
On Tuesday, Casey Councillor Rosalie Crestani, who is also running as an upper house candidate in the South-East Metropolitian region for Pastor Danny Nalliah’s Rise Up Australia party, attempted to pass a motion calling for the council to remove any mention of same-sex relationships from its advertising material and cease its diversity training.
Lord Monckton said: “Cr Crestani had been disturbed by the practices of this council imposed on its staff that appeared to her to contravene the 2010 Equal Opportunity Act.”