Posts Tagged:multiculturalism

Resistance Movement Growing to Islamization of France

Some people responding to our Facebook posts have called us racist and alarmists. They continue to bury their heads in the sand, along with politicians from the two major parties, and try to convince you that there is no problem in Australia from the growing muslim immigration. Rise Up Australia Party, along with other secular…

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Rise Up on Drive – 6PR Perth

Rise Up Australia leader Daniel Nalliah and WA President Jane Foreman joined Howard Sattler in the studio to discuss the party’s policies including views on multiculturalism, how to keep Australia Australian and take talkback from 6PR listeners. http://6pr.com.au/blogs/6pr-perth-blog/rise-up-on-drive/20130405-2hc7f.html

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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UK Lawyer Andrea Williams warns Australia about Multicuturalism & Islam – Warning very graphic footage of horrific persecution

Dear fellow Australians, On Sat night, Sun morning & evening, our Guest Speaker was Andrea Williams from the UK. This amazing woman is a Barrister who stands and fights for the rights of Christians in the UK and other nations.  She had just finished speaking for the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney Peter Jensen before coming…

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OF RACE, RELIGION AND POLITICS

Of race, religion and politics Date:  March 10, 2013 The Age – John Elder With its anti-Islam, anti-multicultural stance, Danny Nalliah’s Rise Up Australia Party has been compared to One Nation. But will its policies win seats in the Senate? National president of Rise Up Australia, Danny Nalliah, left, and below speaking at the election…

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Great meetings in Dalby & Kingaroy, QLD with local media RUAP

RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah spoke at six meetings in two days in Kingaroy & Dalby, QLD. As the vision of RUAP was shared, the people shouted for joy. The Rise Up Australia Party public meetings went very well in both locations as many people were greatly impacted by our National President Daniel Nalliah’s speech…

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Attorney-General attacks Mr Nalliah over anti-Islam remarks

In an article by Cameron Lucadou-Wells in the Dandenong Journal February 25, 2013 Mark Dreyfus attacks Daniel Nalliah on his views on Islam. A copy of his statement in the article is reproduced here. “ISAACS MP and federal Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus has condemned anti-Islam political aspirant Daniel Nalliah’s views as having “no place” in Australia.…

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Media Release: Is MP Mark Dreyfus calling more than 50% of Aussies Right Wing Racists?

General Immediate Media Release – 18h February 2013 (11:00hrs) Are the faceless men who have destroyed the ALP about to destroy our beloved nation Australia, our free and democratic society? Over this past week the launch of Rise Up Australia Party to ‘Keep Australian Australian’ has certainly started getting some heads turning in Parliament, with…

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Rise Up Australia Party first AGM update

The first AGM of Rise Up Australia Party was held in Melbourne on Saturday the 13 of Oct. The RUA Party National Executive was very encouraged with the number of people who turned up for the meeting. The meeting went very well with RUAP members attending from across the country. The National President Daniel Nalliah…

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Media Release: Julia Gillard sides with Coalition against gay marriage

General Immediate Media Release    21 September 2012 (14:00hrs) Julia Gillard sides with Coalition against gay marriage vote “I congratulate Prime Minister Gillard, Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, Liberal  and National Party Members of the House of Representatives and a majority of Labor Party Representatives who overwhelmingly voted down a second bill to allow gay marriage,”…

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