Together, in solidarity, we are stronger.
Together, in solidarity, we can overcome.
Together, in solidarity, we are the change.
History of Solidarity
In the 1980s, Solidarity was a broad anti-authoritarian social movement, using methods of civil resistance to advance the causes of workers’ rights and social change. Government attempts in the early 1980s to destroy the union through the imposition of martial law in Poland and the use of political repression failed. Operating underground, with significant financial support from the Vatican and the United States, the union survived and by the later 1980s had entered into negotiations with the government.
- Release all suppression orders
- Release all covid-19 data withheld by government
- Trial and prosecute all those who are complicit in crimes against humanity
- Withdraw & cease from the WHO, Lima, UN & other declarations and conventions
- Cease foreign ownership of natural resources, land Can you tell me what demands your people have
- No un-legislated mandates… Ever!
- No compelled medical procedures… Ever!
- No lock-downs… Ever!
- No censorship or de-platforming imposed by government… Ever!
- No government owned or funded media… Ever!
- Local selection of judges.
- Referendums on key issues.
- The right to recall politicians.
- Open public debate without censorship.
- Transparent health care costs.
- Recognize parental authority in matters of education and medical treatment.
- Sovereignty over environmental regulations.
- Sovereign local tax collection.
- Restore Manufacturing, remove sanctions on exports
- Restitution or monetary compensation for those that have been subjected to illegal covid-19 mandates.
- Students should not be blocked from attending school due to medical procedures they or their families oppose.
- We want amendments to the Constitution of Australia to prevent the future abuse of power by the elected and non elected individuals that we are seeing today.
- Recognize, restore ALL Inalienable – political, civil, social, cultural and economic rights – are equal in importance and none can be fully enjoyed without the others.
- Clergy should be free to peacefully assemble.
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Freedom Political Parties
The Great Australian Party