Campaign announced on Australia Day 2009:
The Australian Protectionist Party is on the way to registering as a political party to contest the next federal election. At this stage, we have not reached the 500 members required to register. As a sign of our determination to become registered, APP has declared that free memberships will be offered to enable national registration.
Time is running out for Australia and we do not have time to muck around. Our nation needs a federally registered political party to represent Australians, and this is what we intend to achieve.
Come on and join us – and help us win back Australia.
Join APP for free – and get free newsletters, bulletins, and a free e-copy of Destiny magazine.
We are not asking for money, we are asking you to help us save Australia, by helping us register a truly nationalist party for the federal elections.
The Australian Protectionist Party intends to run candidates in the next federal election. To do this effectively we must register as an official political party with the Australian Electoral Commission – this requires a membership of 500 people; at this stage we have not reached the 500 goal and to do so we need your help.
As a special effort, we are offering FREE lifetime memberships to all patriots, until we reach our goal of 500 members. These members will receive newsletters and bulletins by email (unless members indicate otherwise); they will also be entitled to a free electronic version of the latest issue of Destiny magazine.
Why register? Only candidates from registered parties have their party’s name listed on electoral ballot papers. Without this, candidates become virtual unknowns and thus lose thousands of votes. (For example, how many ordinary people know the name of their local Liberal or Labor candidates? Very few do – most people just vote for the party name).
Will you let Liberal and Labor win with dirty tricks? The Liberal and Labor parties added a clause to the Electoral Act whereby any party with a representative in parliament does NOT have to have 500 members to be a registered political party. This was a dirty trick to have the Liberal and Labor parties avoid registration requirements, whilst forcing the small parties to “jump through hoops”. Don’t let Liberal and Labor win with their dirty tricks – help us to register.
Why should patriots help APP? The Protectionist Party is the ONLY patriotic party to have an official policy of offering financial incentives to encourage Third World migrants to return home. Without this, Australia will become overwhelmingly an Asian country.
Other “patriotic” parties have members of Asian, African, or Arab descent, which creates a conflict of interest, whereas the APP aims to represent the ethnic interests of Australians of European descent, to defend the way of life of the Australian Nation. Just as there are organisations which represent the interests of Asians, Africans, etc. (often government-funded), Australians need a representative organisation too.
Naturally, we support a wide range of other policies – we promote democracy via CIR, protect traditional family values, defend local industries, protect the environment by reducing immigration, aid rural areas by decentralisation of government departments to regional centres, end government funding for political multiculturalism, and support teaching Australian culture in schools and the community.
We need your help now.
Australia needs your help.
This is urgent – we cannot waste time any longer.
We don’t mind if you are a member of another party or organisation, you are still free to join us. We don’t have to agree with each other on every single issue, as long as we help each other when it counts. This is all about getting a nationalist party registered to fight for Australia in federal elections.
To help, just fill in a membership form (make sure you sign the electoral part on the back) and send it to APP’s national office (P.O. Box 1452, Mt. Barker, SA 5251).
Thank you for helping us.
Welcome to our fight to win back Australia!
Download the membership form here
Or phone, mail or email us and we will send a form to you.