Category: National Observance

ANZAC Day

Gundagai 7th Light Horse Troop, ANZAC Day 2013 The Gundagai Memorial (Great War 1914-1918) carries the names of 1133 men and women from the town and surrounding district who enlisted.  The 1911 Census shows that the population of the town at…

QMS Media hate billboard shows hypocrisy of Labor Party in Victoria forcing barbaric islam upon Ordinary Australians

Labor Premier of Victoria, multiculturalist, multiracialist, and divisive Daniel Andrews, has abused taxpayers money to commission islamic propaganda to slur Australia Day and incite hatred against Ordinary Australians. Andrews approved a request from his meek, ring-snatching Minister for Multicultural Affairs,…

Reclaim May Day

Last Sunday, May 1 2016, Australia First Victoria acknowledged the traditional Australian May Day, a celebration of the working class. We held a graveside vigil to honour the lasting legacy of William Guthrie Spence – True Trade Union Nationalist, political…

ANZAC Day meaning

Our ANZAC Day is an annual dedication to our national remembrance of our Australians with New Zealanders past and present who have served, sacrificed, lost their lives in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations, as well as of the contribution…