The Australia First team for East Ward in Penrith City has been active for weeks at ground level, spreading its message by posters, leaflets and door to door and street-level conversation.

Team leaders, Lili Orrock and Michelle Burgess report positive feedback from ordinary people who have all noticed the colourless campaigns of the Liberal and Labor parties and so-called ‘independents’.

The message of Australia First posits that Penrith City is in diabolical trouble as it sits in the frontline of the globalist economic offensive. This offensive is to ramp up in intensity in 2022, with new waves of visa workers, business (sic) investors and foreign students, all set for an area of traditional Australia that it will culture-bust and ultimately – ‘cleanse’.

The game is on and the stakes are huge. Who will resist?

With a massive airport development on land fought over by the likes of the murdered Michael McGurk and his killer Ron Medich, billionaire Harry Triguboff, Daryl Maguire and shifty operators of all sorts and a nearby ‘Aerotropolis’ to be populated by foreign students and technical staff, and an Inland Rail link to a huge freight hub at St. Marys that will eat land and housing, Penrith can expect to change beyond recognition. That is, unless, there is a people’s fightback.

Only Australia First candidates have called to sink the Aerotropolis and the Inland Rail, and limit the airport, restrain all development on the Luddenham and Badgerys Creek floodplains and cease with any attempt to raise the dam wall at Warragamba. Our candidates predict a composite disaster: loss of wildlife, floodings, a heat bubble over Penrith, few jobs for locals and their economic displacement.

Does the Penrith Council have a position that favours Australian producers and people? Hardly. Not a single present councillor is opposed to the globalist revolution. The councillors can see only dollars and development and infrastructure (sic). Liberal, Labor, the same.

And they are quick to assemble their allies who pose as ‘independent’. In that regard, we may site Marlene Shipley (a St. Marys businesswoman) and Marcus Cornish (a long-time councillor) who are, in all but name – Liberals. And the Greens? Nowhere to be found and Labor hopeful of soaking up the votes of their usual ‘ally’.

Asked by a local media outlet to explain her position, Lili Orrock provided this statement:

“I am the East Ward Candidate who says no to those who will compromise our lifestyle and our heritage in Penrith.

 I have dealt with various local government bureaucracies on behalf of businesses and workers. I have been both employer and employee: I have learned how to advocate for people based on ethical principles.

I have campaigned that the future of Penriths’ local business, food producers and workers isn’t good. A third Sydney CBD, the Inland Railway, the Aerotropolis, will not employ locals. As a developing ‘special economic zone’ all this is for visa labour and foreign businesses. I prefer Penriths’ economy benefits its citizens.

In contrast to the Liberal and Labor parties, my commitments do not comply with the multinationals or other corporations and aren’t based upon globalism.

The Aerotropolis and Nancy-Bird Walton airport development will create man-made climate change with the destruction of farms and wildlife with occasional temperatures of 50 degrees for Penrith.

Penrith Council commits a dereliction of duty. While there are homeless, older women living in cars or parks in our city, Council darkly envisions sand minding the Nepean for development, foreign-controlled freight hubs, full urbanization on flood plains and building high-rise. 

I will be a relentless campaigner for those homeless women, for those who may lose their land to the Inland Railway, for our natural environment and the higher cause of Australian Independence.

I would ensure that empowered vested interests cannot manipulate Council at the expense of its citizens.”

The fight may see Australia First enter into Council. Our members have risen to the occasion as have local supporters. It will be a hard fight, but our representation on Council may spark a community impulse not to allow the globalists their way!


To follow the campaign, two Facebook pages are of assistance:

Stop the Western Sydney Aerotropolis –

Australia First Party