Dear fellow Australians,

1) The Fairfax newspapers across our nation, including the Age & Sydney Morning Herald, will publish articles on Rise Up Australia Party in this coming weekend’s edition.

2) You may click the following link to listen to RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah’s recent radio interview on the Breakfast Show with Mark Paton of 2CC Canberra, regarding Rise Up Australia Party. You may click the following link you read an excellent article from the Australian Times (a free weekly newspaper based in London and targeted at the Australian community living abroad), regarding Rise Up Australia Party.

4) You may click the following link to listen to his recent radio interview on Triple M Sydney.

5) Following is an excellent article from Crikey Media on Rise Up Australia Party Launch.

‘I love pizza, but …’: anti-multicultural party’s Canberra launch – Farz Edraki Feb 11, 2013

 Australia’s newest political party was launched today with an anti-multicultural, pro-Christian platform?—?and the help of climate sceptic Christopher Monckton. Farz Edraki was there for Crikey.

Watch out Australia, watch out the federal Parliament; we are coming!” So declared Reverend Daniel Nalliah this morning as he launched Australia’s newest political party at Canberra’s National Press Club.

We are determined to be politically incorrect,” Nalliah told the launch of Rise Up Australia, of which he is president. “If an Aussie loves his country, and can’t say anything … then I think ‘tolerance’ has gone too far.”

The party’s key policies are preserving Judeo-Christian values, dismantling multiculturalism and defending Australia from the Muslim “threat”. The Rise Up Australia party will put forward 52 lower house candidates in this year’s election and 12 Senate candidates, in five states (Western Australia, NSW, Queensland, Tasmania, and Victoria).

Nalliah, an outspoken Sri Lankan-born evangelist pastor and creationist infamous for linking Victorian bushfires to abortion laws, claimed to speak for the “silent majority” in Australia.

I think God created Chinese fried rice, and I love pizza … but please do not come and tell me that sharia law should be introduced in Australia. You go back to where you came from,” Nalliah told the cheering crowd.

Rise Up Australia is linked to the Catch the Fire ministries, and was launched today by keynote speaker, British peer and noted climate change sceptic Lord Christopher Monckton.

A chorus of “Advance Australia Fair” reverberated through the room to kick off today’s launch. A motley crowd of party members, families, and supporters waved miniature Australian flags, surrounded by red and blue balloons bearing the party’s slogan (“Keep Australia Australian!”). As the chorus died down, the Youth Leader of the Party and Former Miss Teen Australia winner appeared nervous as she stumbled on the last lines of the Lord’s Prayer.

The Reverend was welcomed to the podium with rapturous applause and chants of “rise up Australia!” and “go Aussie!” Nalliah called for the end of a “multicultural Australia”?—?instead, he advocated a “multiethnic Australia”. He called on God in warning against the dangers of multiculturalism in Australia.

We aim for three Senate seats, so we can hold the balance of power, and we can say goodbye to the Greens,” Nalliah told the crowd, to chants of “goodbye Greens, goodbye Greens”.

Monckton’s lips were pursed during the national anthem, but once at the podium, he was all-Australian: “Do you love Australia?” he asked the crowd, to more cheers. “Do you want to keep Australia free?”

Monckton declared he was a layman, a Christian, “practising but not perfect”.

Ladies and gentlemen, I love Australia. How could you not? This vigorous, glorious land. This is a beautiful land, with a people diverse in their origins,” he said. “They are people from all over the world, but when they come here, they come here to a culture that is distinctive?—?come one, come all. Australia is inclusive, multi-ethnic, multi-point-of-view country. If you come here, follow Pastor Danny’s example, and enjoy and celebrate it, and do not seek to destroy it.

There is one thing that sets us [the party] apart. We at least tell the truth. It may be an unattainable ambition. But it doesn’t stop us trying.

God bless you Pastor Danny; God bless Rise Up Australia.”

3 Responses to “More exciting media coverage of Rise Up Australia Party”

  1. 1 The Moriesons

    Well done to you all Lots of prayer and support from us .


    The Moriesons

  2. 2 Sharon

    Hi Jason,

    I went onto the Australian Times linked article & read it. I noticed 2 opposing comments at the end of the article and have just posted a comment supporting Ps. Danny Nalliah. If you have time, please click on the link 3 below & you’ll see my comment. Plz pass this comment onto Danny with my sincere regards for the campaign official launch on 16/2. Just having him in the Senate will rock the house for God’s glory.



  3. 3 Mark Anderson

    Hi CTFM,

    Still praying that the balance of power will be held by a no-compromise christian.

    Feed something green – give it some carbon dioxide.


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