Free speech message / Reclaim Australia Rallies on 4/4/15

Dear friends,

We’re pleased to announce Reclaim Australia Rallies across our country on Saturday 4th April 2015 and to encourage your participation in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Hobart, Newcastle, Mackay, Hervey Bay, Esperance, Albury, Bunbury & Cairns.

This peaceful rally is part of the national Reclaim Australia Rally and is being used to show the people of Australia we have had enough of minorities not fitting in and trying to change our Australian cultural identity.

RUAP President Daniel Nalliah has been invited by the organisers to deliver a speech at the Melbourne Rally beginning at 1pm at Federation Square.

You may download flyers & posters at the following link.

It’s time for all patriotic Australians of all nationalities & beliefs to stand united against radical extremism!

For more information see

You may also click the following link to watch a 4 minute music video satire on Halal products in Australia.

Posted on March 30, 2015 in Rise Up Australia, Sharia

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  1. stephen kadel
    October 28, 2015 at 10:01 am ·

    could you please help me out, i,m in cairns but i dont have facebook or orther such sites so i dont know when the next rally is in cairns.i would like to attend and show my support could you please let me know when the next one is up here. thanks, keep up the good work, steve.

  2. Graeme Kelmont
    April 8, 2015 at 9:37 pm ·

    On the whole the reclaim Australia rallies were peacefull with just your ordinary everday Australians who wanted to get a message out that they were concerned about Islamic extremism.

    The only violence was in Sydney and Melbourne where anti-rally protestors who were determined to shut down the right to speak and turn a peacefull rally into a violent one and not allow the best of Australia fairness to be on show

  3. john connelly
    April 5, 2015 at 2:58 pm ·

    I attended the Melbourne Reclaim Australia rally and the people ranged from family people like myself, elderly people, couples, foreigners (Asians, Sikh’s, Europeans ect), Aborigines and others. I also saw some members of the anti-Australian crowd spit on our members and they even threw horse poo at the police and burned the Australian flag. I was horrified at the idiots that were shoving and spitting at elderly women…
    Our group consisted of average Australians, their group consisted of Uni students, Greens, labor members, unionists and some very uninformed angry people. The best part was meeting and shaking hands with men/women of ALL races/colors/nationalities!

  4. Kamini
    April 2, 2015 at 12:52 am ·

    Isn’t it a bit more complex than ‘minorities not fitting in’?
    Seriously, I do agree with a lot of points you make, but trust me, fitting in aint always that easy, especially when people hate you from primary school onwards for looking different.
    I am a Christian person – I studied Australian History at University – loved it – my son and I are going to the rally, but I am scared that I will be, as usual, attacked for the colour of my skin.
    I have always tried to fit in to Australian culture, I even use the c word, but, ill never fit in here.

    • Dino
      April 2, 2015 at 9:26 am ·

      Dear Kamini , if you are Australian and value our laws and culture ,I don’t care if your black ,white ,brown ,purple or orange . I accept you and are equal to all other Australians . I think the main thing here is about Islam and there law, they want it worldwide including Australia . I strongly agree with that . If you want to live in another country you abide by their constitution and don’t try to change them. This is Australia not Islam . Keep your head up my brother .

      • Dino
        April 2, 2015 at 9:28 am ·

        Sorry I meant to say I strongly disagree with Muslims trying to change our law. Oops

    • Lozt91
      April 2, 2015 at 5:23 pm ·

      I agree. I’m a bit apprehensive not sure if this rally is about what I thought.

  5. Harry Bridges
    March 31, 2015 at 10:46 am ·

    All muslims are not bad but Sharia law
    is bad and the majority of radicals
    are followers of Sharia Law.
    Our Government needs to ban Sharia Law
    in Australia and any followers of it should be deported.

    • garry
      April 5, 2015 at 10:04 am ·

      yes I agree with you and burkas &any form of religious head dress should be banned as they did in France.I believe our government stop giving Australian tax dollars to these groups to build mosques all over the country, and start taxing all religiouns on their incomes.

  6. Elizabeth Simpson
    March 29, 2015 at 5:28 pm ·

    I a right behind this movement & will attend the Gold Coast rally with my family.There has not been much press coverage up here.
    What time is the rally & the exact location?

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