Thursday, January 28, 2010

Australia First Takes Initiative To Build The Patriotic Movement In Sunraysia

The Australia First Party has commenced activity in the Sunraysia region.

The party has adopted the patriotic Murray River Flag as its branch logo.

Citizens of Mildura in particular will become more familiar with the party name as ground-work activity begins.

The region has crisis problems and Australia First will address these issues.

The water problem is not solved by fortuitous rains in northern New South Wales. The party demands a modified version of the Bradfield & Clarence irrigation scheme's to drought-proof western New South Wales, Sunraysia and South Australia.

The Mildura Council’s ill-advised drive to impose Fluoride on the city has aroused community opposition.
We support that struggle.

Foreign agricultural products should not be welcome in Australia when our region is a key producer.

Contract labour has appeared in Sunraysia. This is an evil all Australian workers should reject and all Australian agricultural producers should shun.
We call for the re-organization of the region’s labour, to provide appropriate incentives to have our unemployed and our youth employed on our farms, to build our region.

Refugees are a sign of the culture-busting drive of the Australian government. We will work to make our region, to the limits of the law prevailing, a Refugee Non Welcome Zone.

Australia and Australians first!

This Blogsite will serve as a voice for a new nationalist politics in Sunraysia. It is a tool in this struggle and we call upon our readers for articles and information.

We wish to localize our nationalist politics, so our people here can appreciate what’s happening nationally by what they observe locally.
We wish to fight back!
We will work to mobilize all Aussies affected by the region’s crisis problems.
We seek former One Nation members and voters to resume the struggle and we call upon farmers who are rejecting the Nationals’ globalist agendas to look to us as a suitable vehicle.

Australia First Party will work with any legitimate community group (cultural, social, economic) that stands for the interests of the people of Sunraysia, to build at the local level a united front against globalisation and all its works.

Australia First Party can be expected to contest local government polls, both sides of the Murray henceforth.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Happy Australia Day one and all!

Have a good day everyone, and a safe one.

The Riverina getting hotter!

Australia First's recent arrival in the Riverina has stirred considerable interest from the locals, media, rival Greens and even Griffith's Mayor!

"The arrival of Australia First Party in the Riverina is heating up the political temperature.

All those who favor contract labour and refugee privilege are lining up behind the local town political-economic mafias who prevail in many Australian regional towns. These little dictators take locals for granted and operate policies to their disadvantage. In The Griffith Area News and the Wagga Wagga Daily Advertiser, these local rabble are venting their fury at us. All to the good. We expect a welter of enquiries from across the region over the coming weeks."

More background on the controversy in the Riverina - 

 Mike Neville Traitor?

Weekend Advertiser 16.01.10

The state leader of a far right political party has endorsed the views expressed by an anonymous blogger who describes Griffith mayor Mike Neville as a "traitor".

Dr Jim Saleam heads the NSW Branch of the Australia First Party a Nationalists body with core policies that include reducing and limiting immigration and abolishing Multiculturalism.

While he would not reveal the identity of the author of the online blog entitled Australian Identity, which hits out at the regions cultural mix and use of contract labor, Dr Saleam said he was aware of the individual and fully supported what they had to say.

He said he had a long history with Councilor Neville and fully agreed with the bloggers sentiment that he is a "traitor" and has a love of contract labor. "I've actually had a lot of dealings with Mr. Neville going back about six years" he said. "We clashed over the contract labor issue and I was actually challenged by Dino Zappacosta to a debate, but he pulled out, so whatever the blogger had to say I am quite critical about Mike Neville".

Dr. Saleam, who has a PHD in politics said contract labor merely created jobs for refugees and migrants, pricing Australian born workers out of the market.

"It's a practice that's designed to drive down the price of labor, they say that's not true but that's exactly what it does," he said.

"The trade and contract labor attracts a type of evil character Australia can do without".
In Canberra yesterday to register AFP as a political party, Dr. Saleam said he was not concerned about being labeled a racist "Quite frankly my dear, I don't give a damn, I think it's well beyond that now, I don't have any malice in my heart," he said.

Wagga city councilor and Greens Party member Ray Goodlass was yesterday infuriated by some of the comments made on the locally written blog and by Dr. Saleam.
He said "the inclusion of an AFP representative on council could only be a negative for the residents of Wagga, with the needs and concerns of some community members not considered valuable. "I think that would be a really retrograde step," he said. "I think councilors need to be looking after all of their residents and the AFP would be very de-evolutionary and exclude members of our community". Posted by Australia First Party Queensland at 10:21 PM

A retort from Australia First Riverina

Australia First Will Be Built In The Riverina !

The Australia First Party (AFP ) is now upgrading its work in the Riverina. In the last few months, meetings have been held in Wagga Wagga to discuss the foundation of a party branch.
This blogsite has been initiated and members in other cities and towns, such as Jindera, Tocumwal, Griffith and Leeton have been alerted.The Riverina is under attack. The nationalists intend to defend it.
The attack is cultural and economic.
It is insidious.

Local traitors who follow the globalist agenda and who hope to share in its rewards, have set themselves against the Australian workers, farmers and small business people of this great area of Australia.
The most strident attack is the culture busting of our Australian community.
Traitor mayors like Mike Neville in Griffith relish the multiethnic/multicultural mess his city has become. Some years ago Mayor Neville was publically criticised by Australia First for his love of contract labour.
 Now his city reaps the rewards of contract labour: the murder of an Indian man recently who may have been involved in providing cheap contract labour and who may have been killed by others in the game.

In Wagga Wagga, the refugee influx has created two things (as we show here) : a permanently dependent welfare class and a cheap labour under-class.
Our identity will be defended and our standards upheld! That is the first task of Australia First.

The viability of the farmers of the Riverina is crucial to us all. These interests cannot be met under a regime that treats farmers' lands as factors in bizarre "carbon trading schemes" or as statistics in the balance of trade figures in a system we cannot control.

The economic base of our survival will be defended!

That is the second task of Australia First. Australia First calls on all patriotic people in the Riverina to join the party and build it as the possession of the Australian People in a new politics of self-defence.
Former members of One Nation, those who have repudiated the traitor class party known as "the Nationals", previously non-aligned people and new young voters and concerned people-all welcome in AustraliaFirst!

To Contact Australia First Party In The Riverina :e-mail us at:

Australia First Party ( Queensland )

Australia First Party ( Western Australia )

Australia First Party ( NSW )

Australia First Party ( Victoria )

Australia First Party ( Hunter )

Mildura - the little town that roared!

It seems that the local Anti-Fluoride campaigners are being heard, not only in the local 
community, but also in far flung corners of the planet - where like minded people are fighting similar battles to keep globalist bureaucrats from poisoning their water supplies with Sodium Fluoride (the main ingredient in rat poison!).

Mildura, the little town that roared needs your help

Mildura, the little town that roared

In a press release issued yesterday fluoridation fighters in Mildura, Australia sent a letter signed by fluoridation activists and several scientists from around the world, calling for the resignation of Dr. John Carnie, the Chief Health Officer for Victoria. Dr Carnie continues to force fluoridation on communities without giving them any opportunity to vote on the matter; without being willing to debate the issue in public and without answering basic questions submitted to him in writing by 20 professionals.

We want authorities in Victoria to know that the whole world is watching how they deal with this situation, so please consider adding your name to the letter sent to the Victorian Health Minister yesterday, details below. He will keep receiving copies of this letter with the new names added. To sign on to this letter please send your name and a one sentence description of who you are to me at and Daniel Zalec at . Daniel will be forwarding your names to the Victorian Health Minister and I will be keeping count this end so that I can share progress reports with you.
Thus you will have three numbers to watch over the next few weeks:
1) The number of donors in our fun/fund drives.
2) The total $ donated - remember our goal is $50,000 by midnight Dec 31.
3) The number of signers to the letter to Victorian Health Minister.
Thank you in anticipation of your support in both these efforts.
Paul Connett

Dr John Carnie.

PRESS RELEASE ? Friday, December 4, 2009

Demand for Dr. Carnie’s resignation
The Anti-Fluoridation Association of Mildura, along with other Victorian safe water groups, and a number of health and scientific professionals, are calling for the resignation of Dr. John Carnie, Victoria’s Chief Health Officer. The call comes as community discontent with the Government’s mandatory fluoridation policy grows.

Today, the following letter was sent to Victoria’s Health Minister Daniel Andrews.

Dear Minister Andrews,
We are outraged by your government’s continued efforts to force fluoridation on communities without giving citizens a chance to vote on the matter. In this matter the behaviour of Dr. John Carnie has gone beyond anything one would expect or should tolerate from a civil servant. Let us explain.
Most recently Dr. Carnie’s refusal to respond to the basic questions put to him by a number of Australian and international health and scientific professionals, in line with his “no debate policy,” has outraged many in Mildura and around the world.

While Dr. Carnie may truly and honestly believe that fluoridation is safe and effective, public health policy needs to be more than a belief system. It needs to be supported by honest and accurate science that can be defended when challenged. Dr. Carnie has:
a) made statements to the public which are inaccurate as well as others which are biased and misleading (see attachment 1)
b) refused to defend his beliefs in public debate (see attachment 2)
c) failed to answer direct questions addressed to him by Australian and international experts (see attachment 3).

Despite this he is still prepared to force this measure on communities, even when a sizeable number of people in those communities, who have researched this issue for themselves, have made it clear that they do not want to be forced to drink fluoridated water. The only way to determine whether such resistance to this measure is coming from a minority of the population or a majority is to give the electorate of each community the chance to vote on the matter. But this opportunity has again been denied to them by Dr. Carnie. This is a blatant example of the “arrogance of power.”

When politicians behave in this way, at least the electorate has a chance to make their feelings known at the next election, but Dr. Carnie is not a politician but a civil servant making his arrogance immune from normal democratic processes.
The only alternative for those who believe that Dr. Carnie is failing in his job to protect the health of the people, as exemplified by his unwillingness to answer basic questions on a practice he is prepared to force on them, is to seek his resignation. What other recourse do citizens have when their democratic rights are denied?

Thus, we call upon the Minister to set in motion proceedings which will examine this complaint and if he feels that it has merits to remove Dr. Carnie from his position forthwith.


Sunraysia targeted as dumping ground for "Troubled" African Refugee's


 Put Africans out of city, say police
POLICE are advising the Immigration Department for the first time about how and where to settle troubled African refugees.
Senior Victorian police have urged the department to settle Sudanese families in country towns such as Mildura and Sale, away from suburban Melbourne where young African men are being caught up in street crime.

The Australian understands that police first appealed to immigration officials last year following a spike in criminal activity among young Sudanese men, while Chief Commissioner Christine Nixon was attempting to play down the problem.
Sudanese gang violence escalated last September, with the fatal bashing of 19-year-old Liep Gony near Noble Park railway station, in Melbourne's east.
Police advised against settling Sudanese in "dysfunctional areas" such as housing commission flats in Melbourne's north and east, and a growing number of the 15,000-member state community are now living in Mildura, Sale and Wonthaggi.
"The influence of drugs and alcohol will not be there, and it will be much easier for kids and refugee families to adjust in rural areas," he said.
Dr Ahmed - a Melbourne University senior research fellow studying refugees living in rural Victoria and their city counterparts - said young Africans living in the country were more likely to perform better at school and get work.
While it was difficult to resettle refugees who were already living in Melbourne, he said the Brumby Government could offer them better housing and jobs to encourage them to move.

"You entice them by giving them opportunities," he said.
Victoria Police's multicultural liaison officer, Joseph Herrech said helping Sudanese refugees to settle in Melbourne was a challenge for immigration officials and police.

He said grouping the Sudanese together at times led to crime-related problems, and separating them often exacerbated their emotional hardship.
"We've recommended to Immigration that they be spread out slightly more," he said.

Other police recommendations to the immigration department include developing better pre-departure programs for humanitarian refugees to educate them more about Australian culture, the judicial process and the law-enforcement agencies.
Police sources have told The Australian that gangs involving Sudanese men, including African Power and the Bloods and Crips - inspired by the Los Angeles-based crime groups - have grown in numbers and become more of a concern in the suburbs of Collingwood and Carlton.
Former immigration minister Kevin Andrews decided to cut back the African refugee intake last year amid fears they were not "settling and adjusting" into Australian life.


The Voice - By Boat (Video)

In this episode we take a look at the growing problem of so-called asylum seekers making their way illegally into Australia waters and being cared for at your expense. In 2009 some 62 boats carrying 2,727 passengers made their way into Australian waters, how many will there be in 2010?

The only intelligent and far cheaper option than spending Australian taxpayer's money on housing the illegal aliens on Christmas Island and soon to be Darwin and then ultimately in the community is to protect Australia's borders but that is never going to happen as long as we have bleeding hearts in positions of power who care more about the welfare of foreigners than that of Australians. Charity begins and ends at home!

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