Media Release: Lord Monckton at National Press Club in Canberra on Mon 11th Feb for Rise Up Australia Party Launch

RUAP Party National President Daniel NalliahGeneral Immediate Media Release – 7th February 2013

Media Release: Lord Monckton at National Press Club in Canberra on Mon 11th Feb for Rise Up Australia Party Launch

It is with great excitement that we take this opportunity to announce the official launch of Rise Up Australia Party at the National Press Club in Canberra on 11th Feb 2013 at 11am.

The guest speaker is Lord Christopher Monckton, from the Lord Monckton Foundation. He is a British Peer, UK Independence Party political candidate and has been a Conservative Party political advisor.

The key note speech will be delivered by Rise Up Australia Party National President Daniel Nalliah who will speak on the vision of RUA Party, the importance of protecting Australia’s Judeo-Christian heritage and taking a stand against political correctness to “Keep Australia Australian”.

Mr Nalliah stated, “We must now take a stand for our nation or our children and grandchildren will pay a heavy price to re-take what we have lost. We cannot and must not miss this opportunity. The 2013 federal election is an opportunity we cannot miss as the people have lost hope in our politicians in Canberra. We can bring back hope, get rid of dishonest politicians and be the voice of the people in parliament”.

We welcome all patriotic Australians to bring their Australian flags and to show their support to “Keep Australia Australian”.

Mr Nalliah has been recently speaking to enthusiastic crowds at meetings in many cities in VIC, NSW, QLD, WA, TAS, ACT and will be soon at the official party launch at the National Press Club in Canberra on 11th Feb to Keep Australia Australian.

MEDIA INQUIRIES Telephone: Daniel Nalliah on (03) 9708 6691 or Media Contact: 0403 019 310

Posted on February 4, 2013 in Interview / Media, Policies, Rise Up Australia

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  1. Admin
    February 4, 2013 at 9:57 am ·

    The keynote speech is being given by an Australian, and our guest speaker is from the United Kingdom.
    “Keep Australia Australian” does not mean that you do not invite overseas people to our country, particularly if you do not like what they say. We believe in Freedom of Speech and, unlike others on the left of politics, actively support it.

  2. Lucy Jr
    January 23, 2013 at 2:21 pm ·

    Despite the willy-willy intro by Admin,
    the world IS warming.
    Human activities ARE the major culprit at this time in history.
    And “Lord” Monckton is not a Lord.

    Don’t let a Brit with labels on himself meddle in our affairs – keep Australia Australian!

    • Admin
      February 4, 2013 at 10:36 am ·

      Unfortunately you are wrong on both counts.
      I won’t bother to respond on the first point as that discussion will go on forever. On the topic of Lord Monckton, the argument is whether he is a member of the House of Lord’s, not whether he is a Lord.
      I suggest you look up Wikipedia.
      Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley
      “In British practice, the title of a viscount may be either a place name, or a surname, or sometimes, a combination thereof. In any event, the style of a viscount is “The Viscount [X]”, or “The Viscount [X] of [Y]”. He is addressed as “My Lord”

  3. Scientist
    January 3, 2013 at 8:15 am ·

    I have this thing about world view getting mixed up with science. Politely stifle the yawns.

    Our planet which we call home has been here for at the very least, four thousand million years. Simplest plant-category life existed right back at planetary coalescence. Now I have just now been excommunicated by certain expounders of the Bible, which interests me and should interest the reader as much as my having never been admitted to the fellowship of the fairies at the bottom of the garden, which is the current world view. Only, modern enlightened science simply classes itself atheist, and doesn’t specifically name Titania, Oberon, Pea’s Blossom and co. as operatives. The following scrawl is barely year one. It is merely elementary school faith and common sense. So much for our education system – keep saying it, Pr. D, — there are improvements to be made.

    Unlike the major components of our atmosphere – nitrogen and oxygen – carbon is removed by natural processes and buried. This process of burial has been going on, in varying but generally increasing amounts, for four thousand million years. Replenishment of atmospheric carbon ( which is found mostly as Carbon dioxide) to the best of human knowledge could have been by volcanic emission from underground, or perhaps – perhaps – by re-supply from Space (dry ice comets).

    A comparable scenario — ocean salinity. Salts constantly leach from the land masses and their only possible destination is the oceans. Salinity could only have been kept at acceptable levels through periodic evaporation of large bodies of water, followed by burial of the evaporates. In fact the complete Mediterranean was sealed off and evaporated at one stage. The salt beds were buried.

    Life on Earth requires a fine balancing act. Titania, Oberon, and Pea’s Blossom must have kept busy.

    There is approximately 50 times as much carbon in our oceans as in our atmosphere. There is approximately 600 times as much carbon buried in the earth through geologic processes as there is currently carbon in the oceans, atmosphere and biomass. Since industrialization began (I am no friend of madcap clearing of the land) atmospheric carbon has risen from 0.0003atmospheres to 0.00038atm. Going on the carbon buried through sedimentary processes, if all the carbon buried beneath our feet had originally been in our atmosphere at the same moment in history, it would have been roughly a 12atmosphere contribution.

    So, our atmosphere processed 12 atmosphere’s worth of carbon and life survived. Those fairies?

    Fifty years ago, geologists were calling for an inflow of carbon to save vegetable life and save the planet. 0.0003 is a crisis level, seldom was carbon lower in concentration in the past four thousand million years. Had it sunk lower, life would have ceased to exist, within perhaps a matter of a few tens of centuries(?).

    That’s essentially quoted from the world’s most highly respected geology texts. The most elementary understanding of Space and our place in it tells anyone capable of the most elementary comprehension that at any moment, circumstances could conspire to turn this planet into an icebox on one hand or an oven on the other.

    0.00008atm. CO2 will not mean anything, should this happen. Because it did not happen, the Earth remained habitable. It will remain habitable.

    Titania, Oberon, Julia, Bob, Ross. Malcolm, Al., & co., notwithstanding.

    The reason you are correct in listening to Lord Monckton is not his title – it’s because Australia has had enough of the fairies at the bottom of the garden.

  4. Chris
    December 28, 2012 at 11:35 am ·

    Dear Danny,

    As you say, the topic of Lord Monckton’s ‘membership’ of the House of Lords stirs up a hornet’s nest of jealous outrage.

    The most malicious accusation implies Lord Monckton is lying about his membership of the House of Lords and is therefore an untrustworthy ‘politician’ and therefore not fit to launch the Rise Up Australia Party at the National Press Club in Canberra.

    Now I am a sceptical person by nature and when I came across these ‘charges’ of deceit I was bemused. In my ignorance of the changes to the rules in the UK upper House I imagined the fuss was about the Third Viscount Monckton of Brenchley calling himself a Lord. The dictionary made clear his right to do this. And as the House of Lords was where the Lords who so chose, gathered to consider legislation in the upper house, I couldn’t understand what the fuss was about. Clearly, those in the UK Labour Party who were attempting to stamp out the tradition of Hereditary Peerages felt they had succeeded in 1999 with the Act as described below.

    However, the one thing you can’t say about Lord Christopher Monckton is that he ignores and givers up on the facts; of history; of science; of the law; and the truth as he has discerned it to be.

    The Summary of Hugh O’Donoghue’s opinion on this topic in which the issues I discussed with you on the phone, follows:

    “I am asked to consider whether The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley was correct when, in a recent radio interview in Australia, he answered the question “Are you a member of the House of Lords?” by saying, “Yes, but without the right to sit or vote.” My conclusion is that Lord Monckton’s answer was and is correct at all points. We have the authority of two Law Lords in the Privileges Committee that the meaning of the words “membership of the House” in the Act is confined to the right to sit and vote. The implication is that in all other respects excluded Hereditary Peers remain members of the House. Also, the Letters Patent that created Peerages such as that of Monckton of Brenchley have not been revoked, and we have the recent authority both of the Leader of the House and of the High Court for that. Though the House of Lords Act 1999 purported to remove “membership of the House of Lords” from excluded Hereditary Peers including Lord Monckton’s late father, its constitutionality is questionable. Peerages entail membership of the House. Lord Monckton is correct to state that he does not at present have the right to sit or vote, though if the 1999 Act is unconstitutional the excluded Hereditary Peers are unlawfully excluded. Therefore, Lord Monckton remains a Member not only of the Peerage but also of the House of Lords, save only that he cannot for now sit or vote there, and he was and is fully entitled to say so.”

    The full opinion which includes a marvelous and enlightening meander through the history of the British Peerage and associated constitutional issues can be found here:

    I trust this will be both controversial and defendable enough for you to keep the ‘barbarians’ at bay.



  5. Noni
    December 27, 2012 at 5:21 pm ·

    Just a kind reminder that Lord Monckton is not, and never has been, a Member of the House of Lords, as he inherited his peerage after the passing of the House of Lords Act 1999.

    Please find attached the cease and desist letter, published on the UK Parliament website, that relates to this matter.

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