FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –  THURSDAY 27th AUGUST 2015

“VICTORIA” IS FAST BECOMING A MISNOMER FOR AUSTRALIA’S SECOND STATE; TRADITIONALLY OUR MOST CONSERVATIVE AND EDUCATED.

The only victories for the Garden state are those of the ALP “Stalinist regime”, as recently quipped by our Prime Minister. The Victorian Labor government has announced that SRI, the special religious instruction program will be dropped from classes at the start of 2016.

Boss Andrews has consulted neither the parent, teacher nor chaplaincy nor any religious group, with this red letter, bad decision.

Rise Up Australia Party leader Daniel Nalliah is struck by the rapid disintegration of our Christian values in what has always been a Christian nation:

“Generally, the blind acceptance of Islamic demands is very dangerous” Mr Nalliah said from his Melbourne office.

“The double standards of political correctness are staggering. A vocal, potentially brutal, minority have almost stolen Christmas”.

Absence of the Bible and religious instruction willingly volunteers our schoolchildren as cannon fodder for, inter alia, U.N. Agenda 21.

IT IS HYPOCRITICAL OF PREMIER ANDREWS TO REMOVE OUR JUDEO-CHRISTIAN HERITAGE FROM SCHOOLS WHILST ALLOWING THE NEAR MONOPOLY OF RELIGIOUS ITEMS IN SCHOOL TUCK SHOPS SUCH AS HALAL FOOD! BAH HUMBUG!

You can’t have your halal cake and eat it too!

A significant by-product of the removal of our identity by communistic secularism is opening up the gate for further Islamist atrocities.

Rise Up Australia and Keep Australia Australian!

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Authorised by Daniel Nalliah 30 Star Crescent Hallam 3803


1 Response to “Media Release – IF PREMIER ANDREWS ABOLISHES RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS, WE DEMAND REMOVAL OF ALL HALAL PRODUCTS FROM THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP!”

  1. 1 Brien

    Probably your only issue based on common sense.
    But keep it up as we are facing the greatest authoritarain threat to humanity since the Catholic Church and its Inquisitions. Islam!

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