APP vote recommendations for Queensland, 2 July 2016

Please note that APP does not recommend across-the-board preferencing of either Liberal or Labor, but recommends it on a seat-by-seat basis, based on the individual candidates and the seats they’re contesting. BLAIR – APP recommends a vote for the ...
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APP vote recommendations for South Australia, 2 July 2016

Please note that APP does not recommend across-the-board preferencing of either Liberal or Labor, but recommends it on a seat-by-seat basis, based on the individual candidates and the seats they’re contesting. ADELAIDE – APP recommends a vote ...
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ABC TV presenter Paul Barry whinges about the success of other white media presenters

The 2016 TV Week Gold Logie was recently awarded to Channel Ten presenter Waleed Aly, who is also the head of public affairs for the Islamic Council of Victoria, and a former “human rights” lawyer. The Gold Logie Award is for the “Best Personality on ...
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Our role in the 2016 election and beyond

The Australian Protectionist Party has opted not to run candidates as an autonomous political party in the 2016 federal election. This decision is in light of our understanding of the broader political landscape in patriotic politics, and of our own ...
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Anzac Day

On this hallowed day we commemorate the lives of those Australians who fought and died on behalf of their people. They died so that we may live. They fought so that we may have peace. They gave their lives so that our nation may ...
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Massive ethnic brawls in Sydney and Melbourne highlight the ugly reality of Multiculturalism

Recently, two gigantic brawls erupted on the same weekend (12-13 March 2016) in the CBDs of Australia’s two biggest (and most multicultural) cities, Sydney and Melbourne. City streets were shut down, as dozens of rival gang members fought amongst ...
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Perth meeting with Graeme Campbell, 12th June 2016

UPDATE: Please be advised that the date of the meeting has been re-scheduled for Sunday, 12th June 2016, due to a change in Mr. Campbell's availability (as a result of circumstances outside of his control). We hope that many people will be able to ...
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Filtered news — to what end?

In an age in which information has never been more accessible, one would think Australians would be more aware of world events than at any time in our nation’s history. Sadly, this appears far from the truth. When we watch the nightly news, the ...
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