We hope you are all keeping well, and are well rested after the Christmas break. We too enjoyed the holidays.
A big thank you to those who attended our National Conference held in Melbourne on 27th Jan 2014, and a very special thank you to all who travelled from interstate, as your presence was very much appreciated.
The RUA Party conference was addressed by the National President Daniel Nalliah who challenged the Party members to keep the vision alive to protect Australia and Keep Australia Australian.
He shared as to how RUA Party has already helped to change Australia’s direction on ‘Multiculturalism’.
RUAP campaigned hard against this, and had several meetings with representatives of the Liberal Party.
Within the first few weeks of taking office, the current Coalition government removed the Office of Minister for Multicultural Affairs and also renamed the Immigration Department. Under ALP, it was known as ‘Immigration and Multicultural Affairs’. Once taking office Prime Minister Tony Abbot renamed it ‘Immigration and Border Protection’.
While we acknowledge that this is now Liberal Party policy, we can humbly state that we played a major part in bringing these very important issues to the public, before the Liberal Party spoke about it.
We are also very pleased to state that several other policies of RUAP on ‘Assimilation, Education, Adoption and others are also currently being worked on by the Liberal government.
When the National President finished speaking, several of the State Presidents also addressed the meeting.
You may click the following link to watch a power point presentation of RUAP journey over the past 2 years.
The Main Guest Speaker was Asoka Perera from Sri Lanka. He brought a very important message to the people of Australia, ‘Rise Up and protect your land and your Judeo-Christian Heritage.’
It was quite interesting that a non-Westerner who lives in Asia would warn Aussies to protect their land.
All at the meeting were greatly challenged.
You may click the following link to listen to people singing the National Anthem on Australia Day weekend at RUAP headquarters in Melbourne