See Notice Board.
"Justice, Sir, is the great interest of man on earth. It is the ligament which holds civilized beings
and civilized nations
We are not the Greens or Labor, nor the Nationals or the Liberals. We are the Federals. We stand unified on all fronts which will serve to prosper this nation as a whole and convincingly serve to deliver Natural Justice throughout the lives of all Australians.JUSTICE REFORM (Critical Policy - 8)
Nor will we allow injustice to stain the application of law within our courts. And because of this, there is something extra that we now bring to the Australian table. It's the phasing in of an Advanced Legal System which is defined within our Federal Constitution and expanded on under Critical Policies.
In short, this system of justice is styled along the lines of the European inquisitorial (investigative) legal models. No longer will money buy high-priced legal teams (i.e. adversaries) capable of concealing evidence and truth; and multiple judges will sit alongside competent experts relevant to the case in both civil and criminal courts.
And Justice Reform is one of our nine (9) structural reinforcements; that is, Critical Policies, needed to be urgently driven into the unstable foundations upon which our nation now stands.But first, let's take a snapshot of our history:
We began the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901 with two major weaknesses... an unjust judicial system inherited from England... and an undemocratic approach to electing our politicians. These two flaws continue to fly in the face of democracy to this day.
But in spite of that, we proudly developed a strong nation on the back of agriculture, wool, grazing and manufacturing and were greatly assisted by cultures who were equally prepared to put in an honest day's work.
These immigrants assimilated peacefully, made no demands, and nor were there religious agendas or ulterior motives. And together we built homes and developed primary producing farmlands and cattle properties and a thriving manufacturing industry. All Australian owned.And now:
Having expanded and protected our evergrowing heritage through two World Wars and many global conflicts... it's all slipping through our hands. The foundations we built and fought for are fast eroding.
We are now the jewel in the crown of predatory countries... Our land and infrastructure are being targeted for acquisition... the fabric of our culture and our national security are also being undermined by threats from religious extremists... Our manufacturing is leaving our shores...
The writing is clearly on the wall. If we don't put an end to the sale of our assets... halt the immigration of hostile cultures... invigorate our primary industries... make home ownership a reality once again... and most of all, take our youth right now, as a national imperative, and begin a cultural bonding program... then we may as well stand silently by and watch other nations take what they want and other cultures skilfully divide us.
If unchecked, it will all happen within 40 years. And there will be little or nothing left that is recognisably Australian.We cannot let that happen:
"Give me Statesmen with a deep understanding of the engine rooms of Australian industry and who are prepared to roll up their sleeves to get the job done... and I'll give you a nation that will forever remain Australian." Garth Eaton.
And together, if we drive in all nine structural reinforcements... our Critical Policies... at the same time, then the erosion that seems inevitable through inaction, will be checked and reversed.
A Federal Party government would commence driving in the reinforcement of all nine Critical Policies from day one. And so, I will continue to briefly mention the importance of each.CULTURAL BONDING - National Security (Critical Policy - 1)
Throughout humanity it has been said, "Give me just one generation of youth..." or "He alone who gains the youth gains the future." And these words have been said in many different ways by many leaders... most of them megalomaniacs like Stalin and Hitler. But their words should also be ours. Not because of some hidden agenda to dominate other nations but because of our urgent need to internally bond our cultures.
And we will start that process in all... I repeat... in all primary schools and round it off during a compulsory Gap Year following Year 12. It will be this Gap Year that sees our youth - all cultures... all religions... men and women - wearing a quasi military-style uniform as they are exposed to the career opportunities their nation offers.
Students will take a journey through every aspect of the environment, Australian industries, small business, and the entrepreneurial sides of commerce. They will be involved in business planning, medicine, engineering, all aspects of building and construction, the sciences and the arts. This one year will be a platform from which they will launch their carefully selected career paths.
It will be an action-packed adventure brimming with creativity that rarely surfaces in many, and an experience that Students will take through life in the most positive way.
Camaraderie will be built, and the flag under which Students assemble and march will be the flag under which the blood of so many Australians has been shed to ensure the security and prosperity of a nation now enjoyed by all of our cultures irrespective of religious beliefs.IMMIGRATION - National Security (Critical Policy - 2)
I have said that The Federal Party of Australia is a political party for thinking Australians. But you don't have to be an intellectual giant to overcome the political correctness and fear that is currently destroying the Australia we care for. Please take a moment to read how this Critical Policy will be driven deep into our foundations.
And take particular note of the mandatory requirement of all potential immigrants to consent to their children participating in Australia's Cultural Bonding program. No consent... No entry...FOREIGN INVESTMENT - National Security (Critical Policy - 3)
I cannot recall ever giving any Federal or State government a mandate to hammer a 'For Sale' sign into our primary producing properties, or infrastructure which is vital to national commerce. Losing control of these services to other countries allows them to bring us to our knees whenever it suits them. And you don't have to own 100% of a Rail system or Energy source to adversely affect Australian lives.
This short term money grab in exchange for long term, high risk to our national security will stop under a Federal Party government.MANUFACTURING - National Security (Critical Policy - 4)
We either make manufacturing one of our nine reinforcing Critical Policies or unemployment will continue to soar and welfare payments will drag our nation into crippling debt, as it is doing right now. And I wonder which of the predatory countries now hovering over us will be quick to pay out that debt and seize our nation's major assets in return, or worse still, our Sovereignty.AGRICULTURE (Critical Policy - 5)
Market forces will always play a role in the prosperity of Australian agriculture irrespective of what precipitates these forces. It may be unpredictable weather patterns, drought, a new player such as Brazil in the beef export market, crop failures or otherwise.
But whatever factors are at work there remains an overriding constant. And that's the free flowing nature of our waterways and the equitable distribution of that water. And these would be the primary focus of a Federal Party government.
And of equal importance is the developing of multiple export markets to ensure that the export of our agricultural produce is not predominantly focused on our major international clients. We need to place our eggs in as many baskets as possible. This will ensure the security of our primary industry.HOME OWNERSHIP (Critical Policy - 6)
The foundations of the Australian Dream have long since been removed through the heavy influence of foreign domestic buyers and their seemingly unrestricted finances and access to it. But this is only one factor that has driven housing prices well beyond the reach of most Australian incomes as you will read in our Critical Policies section.
Home Ownership is a Critical Policy that is needed to restore and underpin a nation's self esteem which in turn creates the passion to work towards a secure future. Simply put, that incentive has been lacking in many Australians for well over a generation. We need to get it back, and a Federal Party government will.RETIRED EXPERTISE (Critical Policy - 7)
And the seventh Critical Policy deals with Retired Expertise and the maintaining of a national Register of Competencies; competencies that largely lie dormant - unproductive - after having been built over a lifetime. And there are more than three and a half million retirees within our nation. This dormant expertise is, without question, one of the most valuable resources Australia has at its disposal.
A Federal Party government would harness this Retired Expertise, and some would act as Empanelled Experts, sitting alongside Australian Judges to advise on aspects of industry practices, the Sciences and the Arts, and others to act as Trainers during that Gap Year which is so vital to our ongoing Cultural Bonding program. But the consulting roles will go well beyond this.DEMOCRATIC PARLIAMENT - National Security (Cr. Policy - 9)
I began by addressing Critical Policy 8, Justice Reform, and will now finish with a policy that is structured to take the fraud, deception and manipulation out of a voting process which should have been democratic at inception, but wasn't. And like our judicial system we have blindly tolerated an unjust political system which also delivers unfair outcomes. But this will change under a Federal Party government.Conclusion
There are frontiers where Australians have never been; be it Justice Reform within our Legal System, implementing democratic practices within the Australian Parliament, utilizing Retired Expertise, or being a world leader in Cultural Bonding - but now, the Federals can and will take us there, and I am proud to be part of that journey.
My Sincere Regards,