RUAP QLD Launch – #1 Senate Candidate Paul Taylor’s Speech

Posted on May 30, 2016 in Interview / Media, Policies, Rise Up Australia, Sharia

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  1. Chris
    June 9, 2016 at 9:43 am ·

    Hi Paul

    I’m glad you find it and by the way I have watch video with your speech it was great. You are absolutely right I would definitely vote for you and your party, as you probably know I come from Poland and my ancestors were fainting for many centuries Turks and other Muslims to defend Christianity and Europe from this evil until we defeated them in 17 century at Vienna but now they coming back different way and nobody is doing anything to stop them all politicians are afraid to tell the truth to defend our culture and religion. What I’ve heard from you was for the first time someone publicly told the truth.

    Yours Sincerely,


  2. David
    May 31, 2016 at 11:31 am ·

    I was very impressed with Paul Taylor’s speech and shared on the Facebook page of Australia Wakeup (which I run) and about 20 other pages. In just three hours it’s had 926 hits.

    In my post I said:


    Here is a 24 minute video containing the speech by Rise Up Australia’s candidate for the Senate in Queensland, PAUL TAYLOR, at the party’s launch on the Sunshine Coast. during the past week.

    This candidate is **outstandingly** good. He leaves the complacent and dishonest politicians of Labor, Liberal and Greens for dead as he enunciates with incisive clarity the the threat of Islam to Australia (and Europe) and the desperately urgent need for correct policies here in Australia to deal with it.

    We need to elect Senators of this calibre on 2 July. NOT more of the same tired, ineffectual and mostly useless lot we have now.

    In the coming election, there are several really good choices for the Senate among the minor parties. Australia Wakeup does NOT include the Nick Xenophon group or the Glenn Lazarus group among these.


  3. Angella
    May 30, 2016 at 3:45 pm ·

    Paul Taylor’s powerful, richly informative and passionately delivered speech is amazing. How can we popularise it, can members share it on face book every where please. The article is a good piece too. Angella

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