Media Release – Major parties panic as minor parties Rise Up

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –  TUESDAY 23rd February 2016

For more than 30 years the preferential voting system has been in place in Australian politics.

Then, why are the major parties suddenly starting to panic??

The answer is simple. The rise of several minor parties in the past few years have sent shock waves through the parliament corridors in Canberra.

Someone once said, “When does a politician lie?? When you see his mouth moving.”

Unfortunately, Politicians, who are supposed to represent the people in parliament, have almost completely lost the plot and will do anything and everything to stay in power for another term, for their own benefits.

This week PM Malcolm Turnbull has proposed legislation in the Lower House of Parliament, to make changes to the current preferential voting system for the Senate. If passed, this will almost eliminate  minor parties chances of getting into Parliament.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-22/senate-election-reforms-announced-including-preferential-voting/7188792

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2016/02/22/mini-parties-set-preferences-opposition-senate-voting-changes

This morning Daniel Nalliah, the National President of RUAP, stated from his office in Melbourne,

“It is very clear the major parties have been having a field day dominating the Australian political landscape for decades. Now suddenly they see a real threat to their politically correct manipulative control. They know in this upcoming federal election some 40% of voters who are disillusioned with the dominance of major parties, will be voting for minor parties to make their voice known.  So as expected the big boys are trying to change legislation to stop us from getting in.

If we don’t stand up now, our children and grandchildren will pay the price.

Make your vote count. I wish to challenge every single voter to teach these politically correct pollies a very good lesson and only vote minor parties in this upcoming election for Senate.

For Senate, put #1 above the line in one box only for your preferred minor party and leave the rest blank.

For the Lower House, you should number every box and put the major parties last. Make sure to put the Greens are the very last.”

Rise Up Australia and Keep Australia Australian.

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Authorised by Daniel Nalliah 30 Star Crescent Hallam 3803

Posted on February 23, 2016 in Interview / Media, Rise Up Australia, Sharia

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  1. Mrs Annie Cope
    April 15, 2016 at 12:29 pm ·

    Education is the answer. I have never voted above the line, I always number my own preferences. I believe that just because I vote for a party because I agree with more of their platform than any other party, I will not give them the right to say who gets my preferences. I heartily agree with Sandy in that the alteration needed of only numbering as far as you personally desire to, some parties are so ridiculous you truly wonder what the world is coming to. Why should a party I have no desire to even acknowledge have the right to force me to put a vote in for them.

    Minority parties can bring concerns that need to be attended to, consensus is the name of the game, but when the party with a tiny minority of votes can hold a Government to ransom to push their agenda through, then democracy is the first victim, and sometimes this power gets to be wielded because the party got one party member through only on preferences.

    This is why your preferences count. Think hard before you allocate them.

  2. Joel Topsom
    March 1, 2016 at 5:34 pm ·

    The major parties have recently been held to account by some of the independents because they don’t have a majority. It’s disgusting that instead of trying to get more votes they instead try and change the playing field to their advantage.
    Australian politics needs a massive change and you can feel the anger of people slowly growing in the community.Every time i hear a politician saying that the people have spoken etc.. etc… I think who on earth are they speaking to, we are played for idiots by these people.
    Campaign against losing preferences though,If someone appears who can make a difference it may be the only way to get them in a position to do it.

  3. Sandy
    February 25, 2016 at 9:35 am ·

    If we are to put the Greens last where will we put the Sex Party?

    Can we promote a new law that allows us to only vote for like minded parties/candidates and leave the rest blank?

    Also, can we promote placing one ballot paper for every candidate in every booth or polling place for every election instead of handing one to every citizen who votes thereby freeing up 1000’s and 1000’s of unnecessary hours of labor and I have no idea how many trees – but a lot – I would like to see that change.
    It would help us enormously as we cant possible cover every polling place from 8am to 6pm and most voters grumble about it and put 9 out of 10 straight into the bin.
    God bless Australia,
    Love Sandy

  4. Pauline
    February 25, 2016 at 9:34 am ·

    Is there anything we, the public can do to stop this happening? Maybe if you start a petition on change.org or/and another petition place (getup?? the sum of us??)….that seemed to help with his decision regarding ‘safe schools’ program…?? Pauline

  5. Mal
    February 25, 2016 at 9:32 am ·

    Thank you all RUAP. You guys are the lights that we need. I pray for you also! Mal

  6. Frank Travaglia
    February 24, 2016 at 9:35 am ·

    Will you have a candidate running in Cairns, Far North Queensland ?

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