Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Australians Find Some Words. How Politically Incorrect.


Hello ALP?

Of course there is going to be a political backlash.

Do you think for a second that we are going to give up our country without a fight?

Great Success of Rise Up Australia Party Launch
RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah addresses launchDear fellow Australians,Some of the patriotic RUAP supporters at National Press Club
As Founding Chairman & President of Rise Up Australia Party, on behalf of the National Executive, I wish to thank all those who attended the Party Launch at the National Press Club in Canberra on Monday 11th of Feb 2013.
Also a big thank you to those who could not make it, but have been faithful supporters of the Party.
Words possibly cannot describe the excitement and joy people demonstrated at the Launch, with many stating, “It is about time someone took a stand”. This same sentiment is now echoing right across Australia, with the amazing feedback our Party head office has been receiving in the past 24 hours.
I was so happy as I saw many fellow patriotic Aussies, including many from different ethnic backgrounds, waving their flags and celebrating as our National Anthem was sung, in addition to when they heard that Rise Up Australia Party was committed to ‘Keep Australia Australian.’
This to me and many others was a very historic day. I want to thank the thousands of people who have entered our RUA Party website and the many who have sent comments. It is so exciting to also see our Twitter & Face book pages rapidly increasing over the past 24 hours.
Some of RUAP National & State Execitive MembersWe also want to thank all the Media for a ‘Job Well Done’ in covering the Party launch.RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah with Christopher Lord Monckton
Following are links to some of the media reports, including SBS World News TV & Radio, Channel Seven Sunrise Program, 7:30 Report on ABC, 2UE Radio News Talk Sydney and the Herald Sun.
‘Vote 1 Rise Up Australia Party’ on 14th September at the next Federal Election to ‘Keep Australia Australian.’
Media Release: Rise Up Australia Party Launch ‘Will push for cut on Muslim intake’ at National Press Club Canberra 11/02/13
 | February 8, 2013 | 9:02 am | Guest SpeakersInterview / MediaPoliciesRise Up Australia | 7 Comments
RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah and Lord Christopher MoncktonGeneral Immediate Media Release 8th February 2013
Rise Up Australia Party National President Daniel Nalliah will call for the end of a ‘Multicultural Australia’ and for a cut on the intake of Muslims into Australiain his key note speech, to stand against ‘political correctness’ to ‘Keep Australia Australian’.
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.
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.
Please contact RUAP National Office in Melbourne in 03 9708 6691 or 0403 019 310 to register your participation and book a seat or email: info@riseupaustraliaparty.com

National Australia Day meeting in Melbourne
 | January 31, 2013 | 11:57 am | Guest SpeakersRise Up Australia | No comments
Part of crowd on Australia DayAt the recent National Australia Day meeting in Melbourne, more than 300 people gathered to celebrate our great nation, to pray for God’s protection and blessings.RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah sharing vision for 2020
Rise Up Australia Party National President Daniel Nalliah shared his 2020 vision for Australia to ‘Keep Australia Australian’.
He stated, “We must stand up now before it is too late if we are to protect Australia and ‘Keep it Australian’ for generations to come. Rise up Australia Party is totally committed to protecting our Australian culture and way of life. We take much pride in our Judeo-Christian heritage and our flag, for which many of our forefathers, young men and women in uniform have died. May God Bless Australia this Australia Day.”
Passionate patriotic Australians from many nations, who call Australia home, gathered at this meeting. These proud Aussies came carrying their Aussie flags and waved them with great joy as all sang our National Anthem ‘Advance Australia Fair’.
VOTE 1 – Rise Up Australia Party on Sep 14th and Keep Australia Australian.
RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah on Channel 10
 | January 29, 2013 | 12:03 pm | PoliciesRise Up AustraliaSharia | 3 Comments
Preparing for Channel Ten interview on The ProjectYou may click the following link to watch RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah on the Channel 10 program ‘The Project” at 6.30pm yesterday Monday 28th January.RUAP team after Channel Ten interview
Please note that there are 3-4 advertisements before the interview.

hat tip Shirlee


  1. I'm just glad that there are some people around who are prepared to take this horrible problem seriously, Shirl.

  2. Pretty similar platform to the Christian Democrat Party, who are peeved they wouldn't join forces.

    I think it's best not to. This lot don't sound too churchy though a few comments have been they wish they'd drop the religion bit

  3. On closer inspection they appear to be associated with the "Catch the Fire Ministries", Shirl. Evangelical Christians who are a bit ... you know ... out there west of Pluto.

    I don't care. These days we need all the friends we can get.

  4. Haven't seen coverage down south. Guess our papers find it too politically incorrect. Not like the good old days when Pauline Hanson could utter any idiocy and she'd make the front pages.