Policies Explored

1.  Ensure Australia Retains Full Independence

Protect our sovereignty (national, constitutional, and personal) and maintain an adequate defence whilst being compassionate and fair in our Nations international dealings.

2.  Rebuild Australian Manufacturing Industries

This is the only way we can be self-sufficient. It will provide jobs for our children, and help buy back the farm and allow Australia to be free of foreign debts. Our infrastructure has been run down over many years – it must be rebuilt. We must improve the practicality and relevance of our educational systems, and target government support for industry to diversify, innovate, perform, and expand. We recognise that small business is fundamental to this policy. A satisfactory financial environment is also essential.

3.  Control Foreign Ownership

Bring foreign ownership and investment back under control.

4.  Reduce and Limit Immigration

Immigration mistakes can be big long-term mistakes. Immigration policy must take into account social cohesion, employment opportunities, urbanisation and environmental issues.

5.  Abolish Multiculturalism

End the divisive, government-funded and institutionalised policy of multiculturalism.

6.  Introduce Citizens’ Initiated Referenda

Amend the Australian Constitution so that the people can initiate constitutional referendums which, if approved by the Australian people, will amend the Australian Constitution. This simple step will confirm the political authority of voters and make politicians aware that they are the servants of the Australian people, not their masters.

7.  Strengthen the Family

Promote policies that strengthen and protect the traditional family.

8.  Strive To Rebuild A United Australia

Promote policies that recognise the interdependence of city and country.