Last week, the President of the Australian Liberty Alliance and Senate candidate for Western Australia, Mrs Debbie Robinson spoke to Peel region residents.
The information evening at Mandurah drew residents from all over the region and beyond, who listened to Mrs Robinson talk about the new political party. She said that the Australian Liberty Alliance is made up of civic-minded people not career politicians, and it stands on a platform of freedom of speech, Western values, individual liberty and small government.
Since the launch of the party in October 2015, the membership has tripled in numbers. The Australian Liberty Alliance has also added to the three Senate candidates for Western Australia, Queensland and News South Wales, with the announcement of a second Western Australian candidate, Dr Marion Hercock.
Mrs Robinson spoke passionately about the decline of freedom of speech in the wake of a slow, gradual spread of Islam which is being ignored by our politicians. Indeed, the refusal of politicians to listen to citizens' concerns about the encroachment of Islamic culture and laws upon our Australian values led to the formation of the Australian Liberty Alliance.
A lively session of questions finished the evening and several people joined the party, thereby confirming an interest from the Peel region.
Following the success of the Mandurah event, the Australian Liberty Alliance will continue to hold information sessions in Western Australia. The next session is scheduled for Northam, followed by Kalgoorlie next month.
Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd
Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd (ALA) is a national political party that is registered with the Australian Electoral Commission and now prepares to stand its first candidates at the upcoming federal election in 2016. The organisation is headquartered in Melbourne and the Constitution and Manifesto of the party are available on www.australianlibertyalliance.org.au
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