1]  Founded on the principles of

  1. the benefits of national sovereignty

  2. the benefits of parliamentary democracy with governments being held accountable

  3. the inalienable human right of each individual to pursue prosperity, happiness and freedom within a peaceful, well-ordered and well-governed society

  4. our Judeo-Christian heritage, which includes the Ten Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount, the 1215 Magna Carta and the 1688 Bill of Rights

  5. freedom of speech

  6. freedom of religion;


2]  Believing that socialism is to be avoided and that the free enterprise system is best, as long as it is constrained within the benevolent boundaries of Christian principles


3]  Committing to uphold the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia, with its Preamble that this nation is “humbly relying on the blessings of God”, and with its checks and balances, and with its intent that the ancient provisions of British law are to ensure the rights of the people, and
Committing that the Constitution and those provisions continue along the lines intended by our founding fathers until the Australian people decide otherwise by Referendum by informed consent after thorough public debate


4]  Committing that our one current Australian flag should not be changed


5]  Believing that the size of government and levels of taxation need to be limited to the minimum required to achieve justice and efficient administration, with the least possible intrusion into the lives of individuals and busines


6]  Affirming the traditional family unit (man, woman and children) as the fundamental and centuries-proven building block of a stable society and therefore committing to uphold traditional family values and to uphold that marriage is defined as the union of a man and a woman voluntarily entered into for life to the exclusion of all others.


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