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« on: 14 March 2015 at 02:13 »
Interview with Dr Jim Saleam.

Note: Dr Saleam (pronounced Sale-Em ... Dr Jim's of Greek origin) was the founder of Australia's first and (until the founding of AFP) only true White Nationalist political party, known as National Action, of which I - Reverend Cambeul - and many other older Australian Creators and other White Racial Loyalists were once members.

Read on and you will understand why the Church of Creativity in Australia, supports Dr Saleam and the Australia First Party.

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We Spoke To Jim Saleam, The Most Dangerous Politician In Australia

By James | Sneaky Mag | February 2015

http://www.sneakymag.com/life/spoke-jim-saleam-dangerous-man-australian-politics

Despite the massive amount of vitriol spewed from one side of the parliamentary bench to the other, politics in Australia is a rather bland affair. the differences between the two major parties are so minuscule that the whole thing ends up as a competition between two management teams whose policies are so similar on the major challenges facing Australia as to be almost identical.

Refugees? * ‘em. Economics? Both parties advocate a moderate capitalist system that has, for the most part, led to a large increase in the quality of living for the average Australian. 

Is this a good thing? Who knows really? Winston Churchill once said that democracy was the worst system of government – besides all the other systems. But I can’t be sure if we really live in a democracy when there are only two parties who ever hold the reigns of power.

Most of all, talking about politics in Australia is boring because everybody is so damn moderate. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing – in any modern society, politics being boring is the sign of a stable system of government. If it were truly interesting we’d be in Greece or Spain and everything would be *ed. But there’s still a large enough number of Australian political parties that sit on the fringes: socialists, communists and even some fascists.

With that in mind I spoke to Jim Saleam, leader of the Australia First Party, an extreme right wing group whose policies some might say are fascist.

I have no interest in deciding whether or not his policies and ideas are good or bad, smart or stupid, wholesome or evil. There are plenty of other writers who can tell you that. This article IS NOT an endorsment of his views. But I want to know what he thinks, because he’s been described by some as the most dangerous man in Australian politics.

I visited Dr. Saleam (he’s got a doctorate in political science from Sydney University) in the Tempe headquarters of Australia First.


Okay, so you’re a far right politician – and that’s something you admit to being. What’s your vision for what Australia should be?

There’s this idea that a lot of the world as we know it rests on the continuing development of globalism, the avoidance of war and never-ending economic growth. We don’t think that happy vision will turn out. We want to take Australia out of the global system. We want to acquire the resources of the country for our own use. We think it’s possible that the global economy is heading to a major smash-up, and endlessly they shuffle the money, find a new country to rob, maybe some poor bastards in the Third World whose minerals get monetised. And if the people don’t like the deal they cause a civil war, like in Sudan.

Our view is that the only influence we can have on a mass scale is in extraordinary circumstances. Consequently, we have to plan the organisation for those circumstances. In the short term we work in the present to do little things, but our goals don’t belong to the present. We don’t wish to be a government in the usual sense of the term. We wish to be a state power. That means that we seek to reorder the country in an entirely different way.

And culturally, you think Australia should try it’s best to stay white?

Yes, and other countries can be free to do as they choose. Although I don’t agree with things like Sharia law… that’s not an issue for Australia. If Afghanistan wants to say that women can be clitorally sterilised or gays can be stoned, I don’t agree with that, but that’s their culture. It’s up to them if they want things to change.

Your views seem primarily isolationist.

That’s right. An internal market, protected industry, domestic consumption, expansion of personal wealth… housing, hospitals, roads, libraries – all the things that people need. And a type of direct democracy. We think that there should be citizens’ initiated referendums and also delegated democracy where you send people to an assembly to get things done.

Sounds a little like socialism.

Well, the original Labour Party had most of those ideas – voters’ veto, citizens’ referendums, the armed population. It was part of the original Labour movement. The Commonwealth Bank ideal of minimal interest rates and nationalised banking was all in that tradition. If we trade with the world we trade for advantage, not because we’re paying off international loans. We go a bit further, we actually say we’ll repudiate the loans – we’ll default. They might have to send the Seventh Fleet to collect it but we take the view that enough is enough and Australia should leave the global economic order. We wish the same on all peoples. We take the view that there are a lot of minor nationalities in the world who have been ripped off – how they go about solving that is up to them, but their resources belong to them not to global banks and multinationals. All peoples should rebel against the global order and attempt to leave that system.

So I guess you advocate a complete and entirely economic and culturally isolated nation?

Yes, that’s right. But you can trade with the world and even help people who might get into trouble here and there – the current foreign aid program we don’t like – but genuine aid to people who are doing it tough is OK. The world has big issues – global population growth is the biggest elephant in the room. Nobody is addressing that. If Australia gives foreign aid we should give it to countries that restrain population, educate women and claim their own resources. We’re accused of things like racism. Internally, I’m the biggest bigot going. Externally, I’m the most liberal person you can find.

I guess the issue a lot of people might have with an implementation of the policies you’re talking about is that to actually action them would involve some kind of totalitarian government. It’s hard to reorganise a society in such a manner without oppressing some people.

It would have to be a dictatorship because it would have to enforce the new rules and create a new constitution. A revolutionary, democratic dictatorship. The capacity to reform the system inside its own rules no longer exists. It will not change and it will continue to globalise until it’s wiped this country off the map. Therefore to change it, if you could, you’d have to get your hands upon those who’ve profited off this country.

People like Gina Rinehart, Andrew Forrest, Clive Palmer, the people who own the Liberal Party… all of these people are culpable and should be penalised. That doesn’t mean to say you’re going to go down the French Revolutionary road, but what it does mean is that people who have exploited this country should be subject to penalty, their property should be seized and they should be banned from politics for life. They shouldn’t be harmed as individuals, but they should certainly pay for what they’ve done. Some people might say that it’s a radical attitude, but I think that what it’s come to in this country. The people who own the mines, own the banks and own the privatised corporations have become a ruling group and they do not intend to allow anyone to change that in a vote. I think these people deserve to be expropriated top to bottom. Everything they own, everything they have, the lot. So in a way, I’m supposed to be a person from the right but I’m probably more radical than my Trotskyite critics.

I think many on the far left might hold a similar view.

Yes, but they often come out in favour of the same things as the globalists. Open borders, immigration, no culture. It’s the program of globalism. A lot of them have a good heart and they’d like to see fairness and justice, but one of the terrible things is that they’re hooked on the idea that you can’t have any type of exclusive policy because it’s “racist” and racism is regarded as the ultimate moral evil.

Once you go down that road of being a “racist” you’re turned into a monster, which means you’re the enemy of the global proletariat. We don’t trade in bigotry, but we trade in pride. These guys have given that up. They don’t wish to have a nationality. In 1966, what was called the White Australia Policy was abandoned. Up to that time there had been a small number of folk in Australia who were not of European background – Australian-born Chinese and some others.

When White Australia was abandoned it was abandoned not to be moral. The people like Bob Hawke who worked to abolish it had the idea of the globalised country. They said they were bringing useful, qualified people to Australia to contribute economically. That’s not what they were doing. What they set out to do was to multiculturalise Australia. Then they declared that there was no such thing as an Australian culture. Australians were – quote – “all migrants”. So there were no longer Australians, there were only migrants. That was the first step. While that was going on, immigration was increased from the Third World and people began to enter the country from India, Africa, China, and so on. So today there is allegedly no such thing as an “Australian”.

It was then proclaimed that we didn’t even own the continent – that Australia had prior ownership. According to prior ownership, the only people who have a right to say anything about the country are our Aboriginal friends. Well, they don’t seem to get a say about which Chinaman gets which property, which multinational gets which mine, how many refugees arrive… We’re actually trying in a small way with some Aboriginal leaders on a way to get on and discuss the fundamental issues effecting the continent.

I regard the European state as legal, but I believe that justice is yet to be rendered to the Aborigines. The people who now govern the country say that the European settlement was not legal, and they’re saying that not to placate the Aboriginal folk, they’re saying it so they can open up the country to multinationals, investors and banks. We’re going to end up with armies of contract labour in the north of Australia – an Asian food bowl essentially. And they can’t do that if Australia is a sovereign entity so they’ve abolished sovereignty. They’ve abolished any sense of nationality – we don’t exist. The only thing Australia is now is a passport. They throw us “old Australians” ANZAC Day and Australia Day – the only times you can display any sense of Australian pride. So I suppose the only way that anyone who is an “old Australian” can have an identity is if he discovers that his grandfather was Greek or German, and that gives him an identity. The abolition of the Australian identity was the first step in opening up the country for an entirely different reality. I’ve said for years that multiculturalism is a fraud. The original and true Australian identity was created in the European style, not simply by the English but by all Europeans. That was the original nationality, and that’s what we say is the real Australian nationality.

How would you change Australia’s cultural makeup?

The policy of immigration should be slowly run in reverse. I think a lot of people who have recently acquired residency have not come as immigrants, they’ve come as settlers. And I’ll openly accuse the Chinese of that. I think the Chinese come now as settlers. They come on behalf of the Motherland. They are, in fact, invaders without guns.

Hang on. You believe there is an active policy on behalf of the Chinese government to populate Australia with Chinese nationals?

Exactly. I think that somewhere down the track China will be involved in a long war. I think it’s inevitable. Australia will become involved because China, to a certain extent, will be dependent on our exports. But it cuts two ways. If you make China dependent on your food and resources in Australia, there’s an automatic incentive for them to come and take it. I don’t regard the Chinese state as benign. It’s ruled over by a very aggressive, wealthy class of people. Chinese companies are constantly trying to buy property in Australia. Chinese immigration will continue to increase and there’s not even the slightest possibility of any type of assimilation. They come as settlers pure and simple.

So you think the plan is to settle enough Chinese in Australia so that when it does come to a conflict over food or resources there are so many Chinese nationals in Australia that we’d have to be on their side?

If they hadn’t thought of that, they’d be remiss.

Do you believe that’s an active policy?

I couldn’t say that it’s an active and deliberate policy with set guidelines, but the door is open and China continues to buy up more property and interests in Australia. There was the Chinese centre in Wagga, a massive plan to build a billion-dollar centre. We actually sank it. But that’s just the start of what they have in mind. That was a clever idea – they were going to command the economy of the

Riverina, destroy the farming and turn it into a mining area. There was to be 20,000 Chinese living in Wagga in a walled-off compound suburb. It’s all in the documentation of the council – they were going to build a huge suburb, they would upgrade Wagga airport, build a train to Canberra. It was a massive enterprise.The Chinese military has certainly looked at extending Chinese interests in the Pacific. They’re moving into poor countries, bribing these folk, they’re setting up embassies and big programs and throwing money everywhere. A lot of poor island nations buy it because they’re not politically sophisticated people. They’re easy marks. Australia is not an easy mark, but we’ve got a lot of people like Craig Emerson, Barry O’Farrell’s son, who now lives in China. Bob Hawke has had 90 trips to China since he was Prime Minister, selling real estate. There’s no end of people in Australia who are prepared to collaborate with China.

What’s your view on those ex-politicians you mention who have – in your opinion – used their connections to do business with China?

Oh look, it’s the way the system works.

I get the feeling you look at them as betrayers of Australia.

Yes, they’re traitors. I said earlier that people deserve to be expropriated. Bob Hawke, the pig, is worth $250million. Where did he get it? When he became Prime Minister he still had a mortgage on his house in Coburg and he drove an old car. Paul Keating is worth $40million. The former Liberal leader Hewson is worth $10million. Where did they get this money? By advocating the Asian economy and then filling their pockets personally. These people are opening Australia up and selling us to China. We live in a country now where you can’t get into a hospital, you can’t afford to ride a bus, there’s this breakdown in our society, but allegedly we’re super rich – there’s all this development. But it’s not coming to the average Australian. My kids go to uni and they’re now burdened with HECS bills. I went to Uni in ‘73 and I’ve never paid a penny. Why? It seems to me that everything is being sold – they want to sell Port Botany, the railways, Medicare and all of the public assets of Australia to superannuation funds. They’re telling us what a great idea that would be but the super funds are all hedged with New York banks. In fact, you might find your assets will end up owned by some cretin in a New York brothel. There’s all of this type of thieving that’s gone on and now they want cheap labour to drive down working conditions. There are a lot of folks in the Third World. These people in control want to bring them to Australia to exploit them, to become factory or mining fodder. Incedently, I believe in paying the refugees not to come. A lot of these people who say they’re refugees are not. Those who may be, I believe in funding them to return in armed struggle to take their own countries back. But the globalists only want cheap labour. In the north of Australia they’re looking to create a zone that will be all mining, all food bowl, everything for export. And that’s where they’ll be dumping all of their so-called refugees as the cheap labour force. The north of Australia will then be virtually detached from the rest of the country. What these globalists are planning is horrible. They may detach all of Australia north of the Tropic of Capricorn as a free trade zone to be ruled over by Serco – the same organisation that runs the refugee camps – as secret police and paramilitary.

You feel Australia is at risk of becoming,essentially a mining region and a place for cheap labour, all for China?

Yes, run by multinationals and banks and ruled over by secret police where law might not even operate. That’s the sort of lunatic world into which we’re headed, and it worries me absolutely. Not just for Australia. As I said, I might be styled as a bigot, but for other countries – the sort of politics waged in Africa and the Middle East is a disaster for the whole world. We need to get out of this capitalist, globalised system. China is becoming more dangerous than the USSR ever was. The USSR probably had no intention to go to war, but the tensions between the USA and China could end up in real world war. And this takes place amongst growing poverty, massive population growth, wars for resources and even water. We think that opting out of this system is the best self defence.

What about ethinic communities that already live here?

Incentives should be offered to people to resettle back home. A lot of these people now live very marginal existences on welfare. You have the degeneration of traditional rules that our society used to operate under. People complain about youth violence, murder rates, sexual crime. Fixing this should be something aimed at the younger people in those communities. If we’re saying you should run an immigration policy in reverse, the best way to run it is to target it at the younger people – persuade younger people that their real futures do not belong here. Pay them, assist them to return to their own countries, and the older folk in those communities in Australia live out their lives. Eventually the number of people of different backgrounds who are difficult to handle in this country will fall, and you’ll reach a plateau where there’ll be a number of people left in the country whose presence serves some purpose and you’ll find some empathy and arrangement with them. But we have a situation now where there’s a massive explosion of some groups who cause trouble, not only against the majority of Australians but against each other. This is a scary aspect of this system – there are some groups that are so alien to each other that nothing keeps them together, so the communal violence between these groups is real, and already manifests itself in things like drug turf wars and insults to women.

Say we’re in an Australia where you’re starting to see the kind of conditions that allow for your revolutionary economic and cultural ideas, what happens if you start instigating these policies – for example, the one that involves paying ethnic minorities to essentially go back to their own countries – and people refuse?

Well, I’m sure some will refuse. And we just don’t know what to do with them. The situation hasn’t happened when a problem has been created for you by a system and that system disappears. Where it all leads, no one knows.

You haven’t thought about what you would do in those situations?

Well it’s hard to visualise. Imagine a situation like this: we ask that certain Chinese economic criminals be taken back by China and then China refuses. They regard them as collateral in a war to acquire resources. What can you do? These people are then stateless, they’re unwelcome but they’re here. What do you do? Very difficult to answer. It’s unknown political territory but I believe that territory is going to come whether we like it or not.

I get the feeling that it’s something you might feel is politically risky for you to articulate.

No, it’s something that’s unknown. Because Australia has long since passed over into very grey social areas. We’re no longer even sure, in this country, what being an Australian means. We don’t know what borders mean, we don’t know what culture means. We’re globalised, people struggle for existence, a lot of institutions are breaking down – traditional institutions like unions and churches. I’m not a religious person but the old Christian religions are being challenged and they don’t know how to address the fact that there are other faiths in the community. People are confronted with every variety of change possible and we’ve moved into a very murky area. From my point of view the most important thing is to acquire the state power in Australia somehow. But the issues of how such a state would survive are unknown.

I get the sense you almost hope some kind of disaster befalls Australia to give a jolt to your policies.

That’s probably coming anyway. Look at the situation in Greece, with unemployment at 30%, the takeover of their national assets to pay debts, the police don’t work, the welfare system doesn’t work. Our system in Australia survives, but if things stop working then you’ve got the potential for some radical change. Without that big disaster there can be no change. Does anyone want pain and suffering? No. But there is going to be pain and suffering in Australia. We assume we’re insulated against that sort of drama. I don’t believe that. One group that’s started to experience that is our Aboriginal friends. They’re being told where they can go, what they can do. Companies now tell them they don’t have the rights to the land. They’re getting told to shift because mining companies have an economic interest in the land. That’s going to start happening to other folk before too long.

Obviously you advocate returning to a white Australia. What’s your view on what is fair to Aboriginals?

Justice. Justice for Aboriginies can’t take place inside a globalist, United Nations framework. It’s got to take place in an Australian framework as some sort of dialogue between the European state and the Aboriginal groups. Groups plural – there’s no such thing as an “Aboriginal”. They’re groups of different people. That means we’re dealing with ancient rules in many cases. And their rules have to be accepted as the rules inside those communities. It also means that somehow they have to find a way to economically survive.

So you would just leave that up to those communities?

A high degree of self determination needs to be put in place. They need to assert themselves, to articulate what it is they desire as tribal people. Now there are people who are of only part-Aboriginal origin who claim to represent the community. That’s problematical. In some cases there may be proper identification, but certainly the people who live in a tribal manner, who attempt to live to certain cultural rules – there needs to be a recognition that they must be able to do so. The old 1930s policy of forced assimilation was absolutely wrong. But the current situation with alcohol and drugs is also wrong. Self determination for tribal groups and some kind of other dialogue for city groups needs to be determined.

Would you say that Aboriginal groups have ownership of Australia?

Yes, but not without there being responsibility too. When you have custodianship over an area of land you have to maintain it too.

Finally, do you care what people think of you?

Past a certain point we really don’t care what people say about us. There are a few things that might rankle, people might say things that are untrue or a total misrepresentation. But generally speaking we’re not concerned with what others say. A lot of people think that you have to have a good image and that the media has to some way or another like you. I don’t think Rupert Murdoch would like me – I’d like to sign his expropriation order.

Well, he’s not a citizen anymore.

We’d have to kidnap him for trial! So we’re looking for a different type of acceptance. It’s not electoral. It’s about building up a feeling in the community that there is a different attitude. It doesn’t mean to say we like being reviled, but it’s being able to put up with abuse, with harassment, with violence. We have a fundamentalist idea of where we think Australia should go. So if you don’t accept that you’re either a coward to your principals or you’re foolish. I understand there’s a lot of people who don’t like us. We’re not here for popularity, we’re here for principals, and we fight for those principals.
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Re: Australia First Party
« Reply #1 on: 10 June 2015 at 02:59 »
Announcement from Australia First Party

PROVOCATEURS NOW WISH TO UNDERMINE - 'UNITED PATRIOTS FRONT'


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We read the comments from 'Great Aussie Patriot' last night that the neo-nazi Squadron 88 group based in Sydney had tried to involve someone in distributing anti Jewish flyers in Caulfield, a heavily Jewish suburb of Melbourne.

Not just anyone, but a fellow reported as "Glen Anderson" who had turned up at the Richmond Town Hall demonstration held by the United Patriots Front (UPF) ten days ago, while wearing a swastika T-Shirt. According to the extreme-left, this event somehow signified that the UPF was some sort of neo-nazi conspiracy.

If this "Glen Anderson" had done as requested at Caulfield and been caught doing it (we would say that was inevitable), then the UPF would have been 'linked' to neo-nazism.

We are sure the media would then have played the game with the extreme-left, right down to burying the corpse of UPF in an unmarked grave.

No leaflets will be distributed in Caulfield, because it seems that "Glen Anderson" revealed the whole approach and refused to do it.

The first question might be - how did this Squadron get his phone number, why did it approach him?

Even more so, this Squadron was clearly playing with the reputations of others, the activities of UPF and really didn't care bloody less.

It beggars belief to say that the person who made the approach to Glen Anderson "Tyler" (he said) did not know exactly what he was doing. What was the motive?

If the matter had gone ahead, it would have been provocation pure and simple.

There is only one label that can be pinned on Squadron 88 - they are provocateurs. They should be treated that way.



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When I was at the Adelaide protest the other month waiting in the park for events to begin, I was chatting with a couple of decent young blokes with similar hair styles to mine. One was wearing an 88 t-shirt - just the number. An organiser came over to ask if we were Squadron 88, and no of course none of us were. We assumed - wrongly - that Squadron 88 was expected and welcome, while our well known groups were to be evicted.

Of course those fair-weather, weekend-warrior, small "n" nationalists would have called the coppers and had us removed had they known who we were, but as they found, we didn't cause problems for them for the same reasons we do not cause problems for ourselves. It was the media that declared the weekend-warriors as evidence of a "Nazi" takeover of Australia, and the media didn't need any prompting from any of us that they'd made a career bashing in the media!

Squadron 88 and other well known Agent Provocateurs such as they have proved time and again that they are incapable of doing anything other than what the media, the government and local supremacist agents of foreign governments like the Executive Council of Australian Jewry crave; but perhaps, these weekend-warriors that so despise the rest of us, thanks to what they've read in the media, are now beginning to notice how truly devious and hateful of the European Australian ethos are their precious political parties and multicultural propaganda outlets.

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Re: Australia First Party
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I have met that Ross "the skull" May, from Squadron 88. This guys is a fellow that is openly racist and pro Nazi for sure. While his methods are quite in your face and loud. I do admire the fact that he is out there, unashamedly standing up for his beliefs.I don't think I'd have the guts to go as loud as him.. but I have to give him credit for getting out there.

If a man went to the rally in Melbourne in a swastika shirt , so what? Yes you couldn't wear a louder shirt. However that is an ancient Aryan symbol too. Why should he be politically persecuted just because of clothing?

I can see how some Kosher conservative right wing  people don't like this attire.. but he did what he did because he wanted to upset the reds! It was all shock value. Sid Vicious had a Swastika shirt too.

All this "let's ban hate groups with the bikies" sort of crap. That is a load of B/S! Why can't Squadron 88 be called a "racial love group?". They have as much right to be any other place other Australian citizens can go.
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Chris Shortis, a member of the Australia First Party in Victoria, now faces four charges relating to a stunt in Bendigo a year ago. The stunt, a mock beheading of a dummy outside the Council building, was street theatre designed to highlight the threat to Australia from Islamist terrorism. Chris was then a member of the United Patriots Front (UPF).  It is believed two other persons, one a member and the other a non-member of the UPF, will also face court with him.

Chris is charged with malicious damage to a footpath and the ‘back up charge’ of defacement to the footpath and with an offence under the Racial And Religious Tolerance Act (it is alleged he has incited hatred against Muslims) and its back up – offensive behaviour.

The charges arose after Chris, an avid shooter, had his firearms licence revoked and he won his licence back on appeal. The Victorian Commissioner of Police is to challenge that verdict. It is obvious Chris Shortis is being targeted because of his nationalist opinions and that the directions for this ‘operation’ come from the political sections of the Victoria Police.

The Victorian thought crime legislation and the specific charge will be challenged by means of a public campaign. People’s struggle, not legal contention, is the key in winning this battle.

In recent times, the Victorian Police leadership has confronted the issue of street confrontations between ‘patriot’ groups and the extreme-left. It has adopted the false position that it is ‘neutral’ and keeping the peace between two ‘extremes’. In point of fact, the secret police apparatus in Australia has deep cover connections to the extreme-left and favours its violence as a controlling factor against all nationalist and patriot organisations, intervening only when only if the useful idiots go one step too far.

Dr. Jim Saleam, president of Australia First Party, said today:

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I will call on the affiliates to the Australian Coalition of Nationalists, all genuine patriot groups and other concerned people, to rally to the cause of Chris Shortis and the other accused. The thought crime drivel charge must be exposed and brought into mass contempt. When police leaders and courts are used to rubber stamp political intimidation, they too become targets of political contest and also deserve to be held in contempt. The Racial And Religious Tolerance Act, like other Federal and State legislation, will not survive in its purpose to intimidate patriotic Australians to silence.

We will report further as the campaign for Chris Shortis and the other accused gets under way.



Drop The Charges Against Chris Shortis - Update

As we advised you last week, Chris Shortis, a member of the Australia First Party in Victoria, now faces four charges relating to a stunt in Bendigo a year ago. The stunt, a mock beheading of a dummy outside the Council building, was street theatre designed to highlight the threat to Australia from Islamist terrorism. Chris was then a member of the United Patriots Front (UPF).  Two other persons, one a member and the other a non-member of the UPF, have also been charged. We understand the two persons are: the chairman of UPF Blair Cottrell and a certain Neil Erikson who was expelled from UPF under dishonourable circumstances.

This case will set case law for free speech.

Australia First Party will defend Chris absolutely. He has spoken up for everybody and he deserves our full support.

Chris who is also a licensed shooter now faces a further court appeal by the Commission of Police to strip him of his gun licence after he won his case in the tribunal. Chris will also be calling upon firearms groups for support.

Some video material from Chris is currently on our national Facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/Australia-First-Party-643159555758945
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Drop The Charges Against Chris Shortis - Update

A bank account for the Chris Shortis legal battles has been established. This case will be one of the biggest battles for civil liberty for years. Three men are threatened with gaol for a bit of street theatre warning about Islamist terrorism. We may take up the slogan: I am Chris Shortis, following a major newspaper’s defence of  a cartoonist accused of vilification.

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Church Administrator, Creativity Alliance
Church of Creativity South Australia
Box 420, Oaklands Park, SA, Australia, 5046

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