General Immediate Media Release 26 August 2013

Diggers who served Overseas and in Australia will take a stand alongside RUAP at a Campaign Rally in Melbourne in front of the Victorian State Parliament today Monday 26th August from 12pm – 1pm.

They will be addressing the issues of Islam, Multiculturalism and protecting Australia to Keep Australia Australian.

These Diggers will be speaking from their experience on the battlefield.

One of the Diggers in his speech states, “I AM SICK TO DEATH OF THE GOVERNMENT IGNORING A PROBLEM THAT IS GOING TO AFFECT US ALL VERY SOON. THE PROBLEM I’M TALKING ABOUT IS THE ISLAMISATION OF OUR COUNTRY, POLITICAL CORRECTNESS AND THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT’S COMPLETE DISREGARD FOR THE TRUTH.”

RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah, the #1 Senate Candidate for Victoria, will also be addressing the Campaign Rally.

Mr Nalliah stated, “In contesting our 1st Federal Election, I’m very excited that 93 Candidates are standing from across the country in every state and territory. I believe that in the next seven years, RUAP will be a major player in Australian Federal Politics and will definitely change the landscape of our nation’s future by protecting Australia and keeping Australia Australian for generations to come.”

Now with RUAP in a full on, all out campaign across the country with billboards, social media, radio & TV advertising and hundreds of foot soldiers carrying posters, co-flutes, handing out brochures and meeting people in the streets, the clarion call to Rise Up Australia to Keep Australia Australian is rapidly spreading everywhere.

Mr Nalliah has recently been speaking to enthusiastic crowds at meetings in cities in VIC, NSW, QLD, WA, SA, TAS, NT, and the ACT; including the recent very successful RUAP National Campaign Blast in Melbourne, the National Launch at the National Press Club in Canberra and the Victorian State Campaign Kick-Off with Lord Monckton to “Keep Australia Australian”.

MEDIA INQUIRIES Telephone: Daniel Nalliah on (03) 9708 6691

Email: info@riseupaustraliaparty.com


3 Responses to “Media Release: Diggers Rise Up to Keep Australia Australian – Monday 26th August 12pm – 1pm in front of Victorian Parliament in Melbourne”

  1. 1 Ainsley

    As a member of the Rise Up Australia Party, I want to say a big thank you to Pastor Danny and the entire Rise Up Australia team. You are a blessing to us as a body and as a nation. There are many personal sacrifices no doubt required by all of you, and I sincerely honour and thank you each one for standing in the place that God has set for you so that we together as an army can advance into all God has for this nation. Thank you for casting the vision that God has given and bringing a sense of hope to the body of Christ that we can indeed take this nation for Jesus.

    I am proud to promote the Rise Up Australia party, its leaders, policy and principles to everyone I know. I have been praying and seeking ways to support what you/we are doing as a party and have recently e-mailed the candidate for our area to see how I can be of support.

    I feel that if RUA can take the strong foundation of vision, policies, honour and heart that we have (combined with good marketing practice and more succinct & interactive posts) and communicate this through the social media posts, being honourable towards all people, being a breath of fresh air and a light in the darkness, we will stand out and have great influence with the Australian people.

    Once again, while I’ve taken time to express and explain my concerns, I want to reinforce what a wonderful job you are doing as a party and that I am proud to support you in prayer, finances and time. I stand with you in faith, believing for God’s promises for this election to be fulfilled.

    Warmest blessings
    Ainsley

  2. 2 Glenn

    Hello

    I am writing this in regards to voting.

    I am voting by postal vote which for me is great as it allows me time to study the candidates.

    I will be voting bellow the line as I do not want parties taking my ballot and giving it to some party that I do not want in power.

    I am very much of the opinion that I should have the right to vote above the line numbering the parties in order of my preference. I should also have the right to vote for as many or as few parties as I wish with the knowledge that my ballot will cease once it reaches the last number that I have placed on the ballot should that circumstance occur.

    The present system where parties take my vote and place it where they choose is extremely undemocratic.

    Regards
    Glenn

  3. 3 Lynell

    Hello from Lynell in Wagga.

    Be Blessed Danny and everyone in RUA

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