Posts Tagged:freedom of speech

What do Cricket and Federal Politics have in common?

Thursday 11th July 2013 brought a new sense of history to Australia.  Facing certain defeat in the First Test of the Ashes, debutant spin bowler, and number 11 batsman, Ashton Agar strode to the wicket with Australia at 117 for 9. Still trailing by 98 runs all that Australia could hope for, was for Agar…

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Controversial party to meet in Bunbury

Pastor Danny Nalliah Controversial Christian political party Rise Up Australia and its outspoken national leader Daniel Nalliah will be at the Bunbury Bowling Club this Saturday as part of a regional tour ahead of the Federal election. The patriotic, flag-waving party aims to “Keep Australia Australian” and has set its eyes on Senate seats in…

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Media Release: RUAP takes campaign with public demonstration into PM Julia Gillard’s electorate today Friday 22 March

General Immediate Media Release 22nd March 2013 (09:00hrs) Rise Up Australia Party takes campaign into PM Julia Gillard’s electorate today Friday 22nd March At 10:30am today Friday 22nd March at Wyndham Park Community Centre at 55-57 Kookaburra Ave in Werribee, only 4 km from PM Julia Gillard’s electorate office, RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah &…

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Council approves Doveton mosque

Yesterday on Tuesday 12th March at the City of Casey Council Planning Committee Meeting, the Council approved the proposed mosque in Doveton next to CTFM future premises. 8 Councillors voted in favour, 1 was absent, Rosalie Crestani was the only Councillor who voted against the mosque. It is so sad that political correctness has so…

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Protesters Clash with Police at Geert Wilders Speech

I find myself having to laugh at the irony of the situation. A motley crowd of protesters turned up to stop Geert Wilders from talking to a crowd of 500 people last night.  Their concern was that he was going to incite violence against the Muslim people.  The protesters did not want the people to…

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Media Release: Calling on beheading people who speak against Islam is un-Australian and should be stamped out from its roots

Media Release on 17th September 2012 Calling on beheading people who speak against Islam is un-Australian and should be stamped out from its roots Calling on beheading those who speak against Islam is un-Australian and should be stamped out from its roots, stated the National President, Daniel Nalliah of Rise Up Australia Party this morning…

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First Public Announcement on the steps of VCAT

Dear Fellow Australians, The first public announcement of Rise Australia Party to Keep Australia Australian was a great success. The event which took place yesterday on 22nd June 2011 at the steps of the Victorian Civil Administrative and Tribunal in the city of Melbourne on the 4th anniversary of the historic victory for Freedom of…

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