Today's election in Australia



Dear .......

Thank you.

Thank you for your support over the past years and especially over the past weeks. Right across Australia and here in Queensland we have built a strong team capable of success.

I believe that we stand a good chance of securing a Senate seat in Queensland today. If so, I will do all that I can to protect our culture and civilisation from the corroding forces of political correctness and the danger of Islam.

I also know that if we are not immediately successful today that this battle is just the first in a much larger and longer war. We will return more prepared, with larger numbers and greater funding. This is just the beginning and we will win.

Many Australians have not yet heard about us. After today, this will change. This is from this morning's Sunshine Coast Daily newspaper:

The ALA has attracted an impressive body of physical support for campaign day both through church groups and a call to arms by its Queensland lead senate candidate Bernie Gaynor based on a fear of Sharia Law and Islamisation of Australia.

For a party registered less than a year ago its capacity to staff with volunteers every one of the Coast’s 58 polling places is not only impressive but also signals a shift in the Australian political dynamic which may well find expression in the ballot box on Saturday.

Today we will be handing out over 1.2 million how to vote cards in Queensland. Over 1,000 people will be wearing ALA t-shirts. There will be thousands of election signs and more than 1.5km of plastic wrap.

None of this would have been possible without dedicated and hardworking volunteers. I thank every one of them.

Our Queensland how to vote card is below. And you can get it on your mobile phone by clicking here.

How to vote cards for all other Australian states can be found here.

Good luck voting today!

Kind regards,

Bernard Gaynor
Christ is our king!


New Member
One Party Policy of the ALA I don't agree with is the Mandatory Vaccinations to receive full family benefits and Pauline Hanson's One Nation is Pro Euthanasia.


I agree with both those objections. Bernard has taken on an enormous challenge. His sole-hearted objective is to restore all things in Christ. He fights openly for Christ the King as a Catholic, as can be seen in this thread. He is not for euthanasia and will certainly oppose Pauline Hanson on it. She would agree with his stance on Sharia Law and Islamisation of Australia.
Regarding the vaccination issue : that can be changed over time, however, the two things raised would never be enough to make many traditional Australians vote for any other party all of which are secular (barring one or two that are Protestant - that is, not fighting for Christ the King).

Our present Prime Minister compromises with everything, believes in nothing but himself. Whereas the Socialist opposition lives up to its name alright, it opposes everything Catholic.