You may click on the photos to view the card that is going out from the Dandenong Council this Christmas.
We received this ‘Season’s Greetings’ card (not ‘Merry Christmas’) from someone within the Dandenong Council.
Please notice that this card does not have ‘CHRISTMAS’ written anywhere on it.
It was produced this Christmas and states ‘Happy festive season’ from the Mayor and the Councillors.
Please keep speaking out for ‘Merry Christmas’ to be restored in Dandenong and across all of Australia despite of all political correctness, multiculturalism and interfaith.
Over the last weekend RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah spoke at 5 different venues in Perth, WA.
On Saturday morning around 40 to 50 people gathered at a Rise Up Australia Party Breakfast, where Jane Foreman (RUAP lead Senate Candidate and WA State President) opened the meeting and then Mr Nalliah addressed the meeting.
This breakfast was held to strategise a plan for a possible re-election for Senate in WA sometime in March or April 2014.
Many who stood as candidates for RUAP and others who supported the last Federal Election campaign were at the meeting.
Party President Daniel Nalliah and a team from RUAP Head Office recently spent a weekend in Finley NSW with some local farmers, who were in the middle of harvesting their Canola crops. During the weekend the team was joined by Narelle Davis (the local Farrer candidate) and her husband Glen. Daniel and Narelle both addressed a meeting of the local farmers. We asked many questions as one of the purposes for our visit was to find out firsthand what problems the local farmers’ faced. Read more »
The last weekend was truly history making in Alice Springs where RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah and a team spoke at three meetings and met many beautiful Indigenous peoples from the local communities.
On Sunday night, Mr Nalliah started washing the feet of the Indigenous people. Then many others did the same.
An Indigenous man stated, “I have never seen the white fellow wash the black fellow’s feet before. I cannot believe that this is happening in Alice.” Read more »
Is Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Coalition Government implicitly affirms Rise Up Australia Party’s flagship policy against MULTICULTURALISM?
Speaking from his office in Melbourne today, Daniel Nalliah, President of Rise Up Australia Party stated, ”It is certain that our Party is already having a notable presence in Australian political life with Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Coalition Government implicitly affirming our policy against Multiculturalism.
Our campaign has definitely paid off. We are very pleased to note that Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced that Multicultural Affairs and Settlement Services will not be managed by the Department of Immigration under a Coalition Government. Neither will there be a Minister for Multicultural Affairs, according to my understanding. Read more »
We’re forwarding the following Monash University Journalism Article by Jackson Stiles regarding Rise Up Australia Party for your interest.
The picture shows Pastor Daniel Nalliah flanked by two Israeli soldiers armed with automatic rifles – a happy snap from one of his tours of the Holy Land.
An Australian flag glints on his tiepin, another is perched in a vase of plastic flowers, and more are strewn across the many Rise Up Australia Party campaign posters in his office.
In a silky Sri Lankan accent, which breaks into Aussie twang whenever he calls you mate, he tells you his party is misunderstood.
“To be honest, I have no clue why they would call us extreme or racist. Our policies are very basic commonsense. If you look back in the ’50s, Labor and Liberal had very similar policies to us,” he says. Read more »
by: Clementine Cuneo, Leigh Van Den Broeke and AAP From: The Daily Telegraph – October 28, 2013
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell says there will be zero tolerance for religious discrimination following an apparent anti-semitic attack in Sydney.
Four men and a woman were taken to hospital after a melee broke out on Blair St, Bondi, early Saturday morning.
Police said they had received reports the group had walked past eight men who made anti-Semitic comments towards them.
“There is no place for anyone to be attacked on the basis of their beliefs or religious background,” Mr O’Farrell said on Monday. Read more »
The Annual General Meeting for Rise Up Australia Party was held last Saturday 19th October in Hallam.
Company matters were discussed. RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah, in addition to the State Presidents of different States were present and shared at the meeting.
All who attended were greatly encouraged to see the impact RUAP has made in a short period of time across Australia.
In particular, to see the changes made regarding Multiculturalism with the current Abbott Coalition Government.
We praise God for wonderful worship services at CTFM in Hallam last Sunday 20th October, including a special birthday celebration for Pr Daniel.
Click the following link below to see more photos of RUAP State Presidents.
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MY COUNTRY [CORE OF our HEART]
I LOVE A SUNBURNT COUNTRY
A LAND OF SWEEPING PLAINS
OF RAGGED MOUNTAIN RANGES…
OF DROUGHTS AND FLOODING PLAINS
..FOR FLOOD AND FIRE AND FAMINE
SHE PAYS US BACK THREE-FOLD
..HER BEAUTY AND HER TERROR
THE WIDE BROWN LAND FOR ME.
This poem was penned by a homesick 22 year-old woman [Dorothea Mackellar].
We feel it rings true today.
Since being composed in 1908, there has hardly passed a year without bushfires [biggest coming to mind being in 1939, 1967, 1983, 1994 and 2009].
We at Rise up Australia Party also feel and grieve for the suffering of the people of Sydney and Coastal New South Wales, north and south. We earnestly hope and pray that there be no more than the one sad fatality. Read more »
Daniel Nalliah the National President of RUAP visited Darwin over the last weekend and spoke to a couple of hundred people at 4 different meetings. He also spent time speaking to many Indigenous people one on one.
Many who handed out ‘How To Vote Cards” on election day had so many very interesting stories to tell, including one of a Muslim family wanting the RUAP ‘How To Vote Card’ as they stated, “We want to vote for this party (RUAP).”
Mr Nalliah stated, “It was so encouraging to see the excitement amongst the RUAP team in NT. They are so passionate about Keeping Australia Australian.”
The NT team is now getting ready for their next Territory elections.