RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah recently spoke at a series of meetings in Albury, Culcairn & Wagga Wagga in NSW.
Many interested people were greatly encouraged to hear all the good news of some of the major changes the current government has made on Multiculturalism, Free Speech, Immigration etc. as a direct result of talks had with RUAP before the last election.
On hearing of the changes people clapped their hands in great excitement.
He then also challenged the people to continue to stand for Australia’s Judeo-Christian Heritage and to Rise Up Australia to Keep Australia Australian.
Some at the meeting commented, “My eyes have been opened to see some things I never thought of. Now I realise how important it is for us to Rise Up and govern this country. Thank you so much Mr Nalliah for not bowing down to the pressure brought upon you.”
Dear friends in Victoria,
You may click the following links to download a letter with important information that we recently sent to our Victorian members and a membership application form for you to register with our Victorian Division in preparation for the State Election in November.
RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah recently spoke at a series of meetings in Toowoomba, QLD where many interested people were greatly encouraged to hear all the good news of RUAP influence in making changes to government policy, particularly on Multiculturalism.
All meetings were well attended as people travelled from many locations from within and around Toowoomba, including some who drove 3 & 1/2 hours to be there.
Mr Nalliah stated, “I was so encouraged to hear that five people from one of the local organisations where I was speaking stood as candidates with Rise Up Australia Party at the last federal election. I take my hat off for people with such a heart for Australia.”
Above: Peter Vassiliou Holding a Coral Trout, Approx 80cm bitten in half by shark
Australia boasts some of the most abundant oceanic fisheries in the world, with some of the most species rich waters in the world, namely the Great Barrier Reef. In light of recent concerns in WA, regarding an increase in shark attacks in the last 3 years, (7 fatal attacks) the State Government in WA is proposing baited drum lines to be used to catch and kill sharks over 3 meters in an effort to protect divers and swimmers. We can see and understand the concern of the community and State Government. RUAP proposes a balanced approach to the shark killing policy issue to which thousands of people are rallying against. We believe sharks have a crucial role to play in the marine environment and are amazing dynamic creatures. Their role includes killing diseased, sick and slow dolphins, seals, fish and other marine animals and this in turn keeps the ocean clean and healthy. Read more »
RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah recently spoke on the Gold Coast to many interested people who were greatly encouraged to hear all the good news of RUAP influence in making changes to government policy, particularly on Multiculturalism.
You may click the following link to listen to an recent radio interview (92.9 Voice FM in Toowoomba, QLD) with RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah, where he explains the impact that Rise Up Australia Party has already had on the Political landscape.
Towards the end of last year we called Telstra and asked them to install a telephone system.
After some discussion they suggested their VOIP system, and we merrily went along with their suggestions as we know that Telstra is the main player in the phone Market, and they obviously know what they are doing.
Boy! Were we wrong! Read more »
The following letter was sent to us by one of our supporters. After reading please answer the four questions in our survey to give us your views on the topic.
The case of Ardmona/SPC etc.
Questions/ and Suggestions
1. Why doesn’t the Government simply take a page out of the Turkish government tactics and buy the Ardmona Factory? It is a going concern.
2. Ask the American based company to sell it back to Australia.
You could then run it as a Government owned enterprise until you can either sell it off or sell the shares to the good folk who work there, either way it buys time, and keeps a taxable enterprise going, and the good folk who work there happily employed. Read more »