Chris Johnston – The Age – November 26, 2016 Narre Warren North – a small pocket of suburbia within the sprawl of Melbourne’s vast and fast-growing south east – is Trump-land, and proudly so. There is widespread distrust of and disaffection with establishment policy-makers who most around here consider politically correct fools. http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/disenchanted-but-not-deplorable-narre-warren-norths-trumpland-20161125-gsxq52.html
“Victoria’s controversial Safe Schools founder Roz Ward has been photographed harassing a bystander while marching in a Melbourne rally protesting against the election of Donald Trump as US president. Images obtained by The Australian show the high-profile LGBTI rights and anti-bullying campaigner trying to remove a cap from a man wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with…
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Please watch & share this video from RUAP’s Daniel Nalliah titled, “US President Elect Donald Trump & Minority Syndrome.”
Please watch & share this video of American Vice-Presidential Elect Mike Pence, standing for a strong American geo-political friendship alliance with the nation of Israel.
Please watch & share the American President Elect Donald Trump’s 1st televised interview (via 60 Minutes). http://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-donald-trump-family-melania-ivanka-lesley-stahl/
RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah and team would like to congratulate the American 45th President Donald Trump. May God bless President Trump and his government in protecting the Judeo-Christian heritage of the United States of America.
Nov 2nd 2016 -The Washington Post Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied in the new Washington Post-ABC News Tracking Poll which finds Trump now holds an edge on which candidate is honest and trustworthy. http://nation.foxnews.com/2016/11/02/new-national-poll-finds-race-presidential-race-tied-trump-opens-8-point-edge-honesty
Dr Daniel Nalliah, National President of Rise Up Australia (RUAP) together with the entire RUAP team, congratulate Rosalie Crestani (Deputy President of RUAP) on her re-election to the City of Casey Council, over doubling the vote from last time.