Australia First Party has nominated Peter Schuback of Hervey Bay and Nick Maine from Mermaid Waters as its candidates for the Senate from Queensland.
Peter Schuback is well-known as a community activist and advocate. As Queensland coordinator of the Australian Long Distance Owners’ And Drivers’ Association, he is a commentator about - and committed advocate for – the trucking industry in this State. He started the push to have asbestos removed from schools and has lobbied extensively to have toxic waste dumps cleaned up.
Peter Schuback has been fighting long and hard for ‘fair rates for truckies’ as well as fighting the system over unfair fines issued to truckies.
Nick Maine has had a long commitment to reversing the immigration and multicultural madness and has supported many community and political groups over a long career to defend the interests and identity of Australians in their own land.
Peter said recently: “Australia First is the only party that understands the needs of Australians” and that he is “in favour of Australia First’s core policies.”
“For far too long Australia and the Australian people have been sold down the drain by the mainstream parties. As lead candidate I will be travelling widely in Queensland to promote the party. This campaign is the backdrop to the application to register a party in this State in 2011.”
The Australia First Party Senate team will be working in the community in Queensland to promote the core policies of the party.
1 Ensure Australia Retains Full Independence
Protect our sovereignty (national, constitutional and personal) and maintain an adequate defence, whilst being reasonable and fair in our nation's 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 recognize that small business is fundamental to this policy. A satisfactory financial environment is also urgent and 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 Citizen's Initiated Referenda
Amend the Australian Constitution such that the people can initiate a constitutional referendum which, if approved by the Australian people, will amend the Australian Constitution. This simple step will confirm the political authority of voters and make legislators aware that they are the servants of the Australian People, not their masters. The people directly should also possess the sovereign right and the power to initiate other legislation
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.
9 Democratise Other Policy Issues
Peter Schuback and Nick Maine said jointly: “Asian Corporate raiders have brought up a massive $ US 55 billion ($ 62.7 billion) worth of assets in Australia in the last five years (Sunday Mail 11 July); this has to stop or our children will not be able to afford to buy a house in their own country or secure meaningful employment.”
In this election, the immigration and population and refugee questions have stepped forward as crucial. The Schuback-Maine team said: “neither major party will end immigration, just tamper with numbers; neither major party proposes to do anything, other than process ‘refugees’ in an orderly way; neither major party will put a ceiling figure on population. More damnably, neither major party understands that immigration will kill off the Australian national identity in a Third World resettlement linked to the Asian economies. As for the Greens – we see only the blind commitment to allow in whom-so-ever can arrive here.”
The Australia First Party is committed to the principle that no more people should be brought into Australia. Immigration no longer serves the Australian interest.
Peter Schuback and Nick Maine added:
“Australia, as a country, cannot afford to bring any more people here. We do not have the infrastructure to be able to handle any more people and Australia is the driest continent on earth. Funny how even the Greens forget about this. Australia does not have the water to sustain a growing population.”
Australia First Party deplores the communal violence and social breakdown which is derived of immigration and multiculturalism.
Peter Schuback and Nick Maine said:
“It does not work when people from other countries come to Australia and set up little ghettos and make no effort to assimilate. It is said by many Australians that if you want to live in Australia you live by our laws, our religion, speak our language and respect our people. you also send your kids to our schools and become real Australians as the people that came before you did. However, it is also true that for many alien groups this process is plain impossible. It cannot be expected because they are not drawn from traditional sources. Australia First Party is the only party with the courage to say what others refuse to. If Australia had an immigration policy, we can just as easily have a policy to ensure that those who cannot or will not assimilate to Australia, be asked over time to resettle elsewhere.”
Peter Schuback and Nick Maine concluded of the present refugee invasion:
“All people who arrive in our country illegally should be sent back to the country from where they departed. Nor are we interested in seeing orderly processing of arrivals. All visa over-stayers must be sent back to their country of origin. We demand an end with the United Nations treaties on refugees. We want refugee financial privileges ended and we want these people resettled. This in an invasion of our country, an attack on our identity and our independence as a people. This is our country and we wish to reclaim it.”
Australia First Party has received great encouragement from many Queenslanders. We are in their service.
Please direct all enquiries to Peter Schuback
0408 458 232
0427 971 883