Posts Tagged:multi-ethnic

Rise Up Australia Party to contest Mallee

The Wimmera Mail – Times Horsham – By ERIN McFADDEN – April 8, 2013 THE Rise Up Australia Party will contest the seat of Mallee at the federal election on September 14. Candidate and Mildura resident Tim Middleton will stand against candidates from the Nationals, the Australian Labor Party, the Greens and the Katter’s Australian…

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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 National President Daniel Nalliah in Darwin on Saturday 9th March – ‘A call to end Multiculturalism’

General Immediate Media Release 7th March 2013 Rise Up Australia Party National President Daniel Nalliah will be speaking at a campaign meeting in Darwin at 6:30pm this Saturday 9th March at the Lyons Community Centre at 25 Damabila Dr. He will speak on the vision of RUA Party, the importance of protecting Australia’s Judeo-Christian heritage and taking a…

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Media Release: RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah in QLD from 22nd – 24th February – ‘A call to end Multiculturalism’

General Immediate Media Release 21st February 2013 (11:00hrs) Rise Up Australia Party National President Daniel Nalliah will be addressing a series of campaign meetings in Dalby & Kingaroy this Friday 22nd , Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th February. He will speak on the vision of RUA Party, the importance of protecting Australia’s Judeo-Christian heritage and taking a stand…

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Media Release: Rise Up Australia National President Daniel Nalliah speaking in Mildura on Sat 15th & Sun 16th Dec 2012

Rise Up Australia National President Daniel Nalliah speaking in Mildura this Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th December Rise Up Australia Party National President Mr Daniel Nalliah will be addressing a public meeting at the Benetook Room at the Alfred Deakin Centre at 180-190 Deakin Ave this Saturday 15th December 2012 at 7.30pm. He will also be speaking at River Edge Church at…

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Media Release: Rise Up Australia National President Danny Nalliah at Southport Workers Club on the Gold Coast

Rise Up Australia National President Danny Nalliah speaking at Southport Workers Club on the Gold Coast on Friday 23 November at 6.30  Rise Up Australia Party National President Mr Daniel Nalliah and Queensland State President Michael Jennings will be addressing a public meeting at Southport Workers Club, 154 A Scarbrough Street Southport, today Friday 23…

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Rise Up Australia President Daniel Nalliah speaks to media about social media censorship after misdirected racist taunts

Rise Up Australia National President Danny Nalliah speaks to media about social media censorship after misdirected racist taunts Mr Daniel Nalliah, the National President of Rise Up Australia Party spoke to the media today about misconceived racist taunts against the party on social media sites facebook and twitter.  “Rise Up Australia Party is Australia’s newest…

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Take a stand for our diggers on ANZAC DAY at the steps of Vic Parliament in Melbourne

  Talk about political correctness gone mad, and a classic example of it is the recent survey done by the Federal government which spent  $ 370,000 to find out whether the centenary ANZAC Day celebrations would provoke our so called “multicultural community” in Australia. Come on now, give me a break, is this for real??…

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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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