Perth: The Australian Protectionist Party proudly presents Graeme Campbell

Update: Due to circumstances beyond our control, the event with Graeme Campbell has been postponed. We will advise in due course when a replacement date has been arranged. Update 2: A meeting with Graeme Campbell will now be held on Sunday 8th May ...
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Australia is “not yours to reclaim”? Oh, yes it is!

On Saturday, April 4, 2015, a historic event occurred in Australia. Nationwide, thousands of ordinary Australians, very concerned about the growing presence and negative impact of Islam in Australia, marched around the country to “Reclaim Australia”. ...
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Anzac Day

2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the landing of Allied forces on the shores of Gallipoli. Australians and New Zealanders played a significant part in this military offensive against the authoritarian and despotic Ottoman Empire, invading its ...
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The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: More than meets the eye [Why is the Abbott government giving away $3 Billion to China, when our people need it?]

By APP National Chairman, Andrew Phillips One can be forgiven for having a somewhat jaundiced view regarding any claims made by the Liberal Party in Australia. Particularly those involving concern for the national interest, defence of the ...
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Desperate Abbott takes baby steps — but still falls well short of the mark

One may have noticed in recent weeks, a few populist policy announcements from the Abbott government, that appears (on the surface at least) to finally be acting on a few issues that have long required addressing. With his Liberal-National ...
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Governor-General Cosgrove lets down Australia on Australia Day with Saudi Arabia visit

[From our foreign affairs section] It is extremely disappointing that Australia’s current Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove missed being in Australia for the 2015 Australia Day celebrations because of a trip to Saudi Arabia where he was to ...
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Australia Day 2015

On Australia Day we commemorate the beginning of European settlement in this great continent. On this day we should pause to remember all of the great men and women who strived hard and built our nation. It was on 26 January 1788 that the First ...
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Multiculturalism — celebrating the biggest mass murderer in history

[Contributed article] The image included below shows the two sides of a souvenir trinket commemorating Mao Zedong, the biggest mass murderer of the 20th century. I purchased this item while I was visiting . . . no, not China, not Hong Kong, . . ...
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