Patriotic politics taken
to the streets of Sydney

Australia First Party (AFP) and Patriotic Youth League (PYL) members have taken our politics to the streets of Sydney in recent weeks. It is by directly approaching members of the public that new recruits are won, the responsible image of the party built and the unity of the nationalists encouraged by action.

On Saturday March 19, nationalists appeared on the street at Blacktown. A literature display was set up near the railway station area. Hundreds of leaflets (AFP and PYL) were passed out and booklets were sold. The public reaction was very positive. The nationalists posed for a joint photo and repaired to the local hotel for a drink after the event concluded. Phone calls of support were received.

On Saturday April 2, nationalists appeared in the main square at Mt Druitt. Again, hundreds of AFP and PYL leaflets were distributed. The public reaction was good.

On Sunday April 10, nationalists appeared in the beach suburb of Brighton-Le-Sands to protest at the spate of racist rapes that have disfigured Sydney in the last few years, the most recent occurring in that suburb in March. The public response was excellent.

On Saturday April 16, nationalists operated a street stall and leaflet hand-out in Penrith. New contacts were made.

On Saturday April 23 a small picket against the Free Trade Agreement with Red China was conducted at the Chinese Consul General in Camperdown. More to come on this issue!

In the past, AFP has conducted stalls at country fairs and similar events. It is good to see the metropolitan area now receiving full attention.



Source: Letter to Nationalists, No. 33, April 2005