What you can do in the

1. Join Australia First.
Fill in a membership form. Encourage your friends and family to do the same. This is important, not only to meet the requirements for a registered political party by law, but it also means we can send newsletters to members, contact people to join in campaigns, and increase the strength and viability of the movement so that we can attain positions in parliament and other key institutions.

2. Talk to friends and family.
Discuss the issues that are important to Australia's future: immigration, Multiculturalism, Asianisation, economic protectionism, buying Australian made & Australian owned products, our national identity and culture. The more people who understand these issues, the better it is. Our information service has various pamphlets and books on these issues.

And remember to encourage friends and family to join. It's not enough just to know that something is going wrong - we have to do something to solve these problems.

3. Distribute Australia First leaflets and other literature.
Buy Australia First leaflets and distribute them in your local area - letterbox leaflets, give to friends, family, etc. Our leaflets, stickers, and other materials are funded by our members, who are ordinary working people with rent and mortgages to pay, children to feed, etc. - just like you. Whilst we could give all of our literature away for free, that would leave us without money to pay for new print runs.

Unlike the Liberal and Labor parties, we don't receive millions of dollars from big business. Therefore, we ask our members and supporters to buy leaflets and stickers to distribute in their local areas - it's like making a donation, but with the added extra of having materials to distribute.

4. Donate money.
Beyond buying leaflets, stickers, etc., we need money to run all of the various operations of Australia First. Websites, post office boxes, mail-outs, literature infrastructure, banners, hall hiring, and a thousand other miscellaneous things are needed to run an active movement. It has been said that an army marches on its stomach, but a political movement marches on its wallet.

Talking about the need for money can seem “distasteful”, but it is a reality of life, a reality of the fight for Australia. Making a regular donation is a fantastic way to help. We have a lot of fighting to do, and your financial contributions are needed to help us win.

5. Volunteer your services.
Is there something you can do for Australia First? Are you a printer, typist, researcher, lawyer, webmaster, computer technician, or graphic artist? All these skills - and many more - can help us. Even mundane administrative tasks need to be done, such as folding newsletters and putting them into envelopes. Volunteer to help - because whatever assistance you can offer is important.

6. Become an Australia First activist.
Hand out how-to-vote cards at election time. Hand out leaflets at shopping centres, railway stations, etc. Attend a patriotic protest rally. Do all this and more. Activists are those ready to put in the hard yards to defend their nation. We recognise that not everyone can be an activist, but those that can are worthy advocates of the cause for Australia First.

Australia First members and supporters are getting out, distributing AF materials, putting up new internet sites, creating newsletters, attending rallies, and being active amongst the Australian people. Australia First is active in many areas, setting up new branches, and carrying out campaigns. We are expanding throughout Australia, and have a range of leaflets and stickers available.

To survive, our nation needs Australia First
- and we need you!

If you can't help in some ways, there are always other ways to help. If for some reason you cannot be physically active, then you can be financially active - making donations to the cause (regular donations are most helpful). Almost everyone should be able to contribute in one way or another. Otherwise, what would be the point of saying “I support Australia First” and then doing nothing?

Most people want to save Australia from national destruction, but often they want “someone else” to do the fighting for them. If that was the case for everyone, then Australia as we know it would be condemned to disappear, to become another part of the Third World. As history tells us: “If you don't fight, you die”.

It has been mentioned that Australia First is comprised of ordinary people. Actually, that's not quite right. Australia is engaged in a cultural and demographic war, and those Australians who have stepped forward to fight for their nation have shown a brand of guts and determination that the majority of the public just don't have (otherwise they would be fighting alongside us). In that sense, Australia First is an elite gathering of patriotic fighters, people willing to do something for their country.

The level of that “something” may differ from person to person, the size of their input may vary, but Australia First people are all true-blue Aussies. We cannot dare to compare ourselves with the soldiers of the Kokoda Track, but nonetheless, today's Australia First nationalists are in that same vein of fighters and doers.

When dangers loom before us;
when the time to act has come;
then our bloodline, our people,
they need us to beat the drum.
Past and future generations,
all look for a person to act.
When our nation is in danger,
they expect us to fight back!

The dangers are clear.
The time is now.
The person is you.

Join us in the fight for the future of our nation,
for the future of our country's grandchildren.

If not now - when?
If not you - who?

Fight for Australia!

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