Marion Hercock

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A far right intellectual and politician. Hercock is a researcher and academic at the University of Western Australia. She is known for writing several articles on the dangers of multiculturalism and in particular Islam. In these articles she focuses on cultural systems and conspiracies related to Sharia law and Halal certification.

Hercock is a prominent member of the Australian Liberty Alliance, being their primary organiser in Perth. She works closely with the UPF Perth faction who have infiltrated the ALA leadership in Perth. Hercock has been endorsed as the ALA candidate for WA.

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Daniel Jones

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A Melbourne based far right politician. Jones comes straight from the festering arsehole of corporate Australia, working as an executive at one of Australia’s most prominent multinational corporations (unknown).

Jones is the newly appointed candidate for Victoria representing the Australian Liberty Alliance. At the clubs launch he made some speech about how he (the rich) is sick of social parasites (the poor) demanding wealth in which they had no hand in generating. Wow. Thats rich coming from a corporate elitist snob like you. Good luck generating votes with comments like that.

Ron Pike

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A far right politician. Pike is a former Nationals Upper House candidate and devout conservative. His prime political interest is irrigation, calling for the construction of better irrigated dams in rural NSW, in opposition to the Murray Darling Basin Plan under Turnbull.

He went on to join the anti Islamic Australian Liberty Alliance, standing as their endorsed candidate for NSW in the 2016 election. Pike is currently a member of the United Conservative Party, serving as their NSW President.

Angry Anderson

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AKA Gary Anderson is a celebrity and lead singer of a mainstream rock band. Angry earned his nickname on account of his violent history and so called “youthful transgressions”, and is known to be hot headed and explosive. He is best known as the lead singer and front man for the Australian pub rock band Rose Tattoo, that rose to prominence during the 80s with hits such as Bound for Glory and We Cant Be Beaten.

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Anderson has been vocal about his right wing conservative views throughout his career. During the late 80s early 90s had some questionable associations with neo Nazi RAC band White Lightning front man Chumly. He is also chummy with criminal 1% bikie gang the Mobshitters, with whom he is still in contact with. In 2011 he announced his intention to join the agrarian conservative party the Nationals and endorsed Tony Abbott as PM, being a vocal against the Carbon tax and immigration. He appeared on the SBS documentary Go Back To Where You Came From where he was quoted saying “Stick your illegals up your arse.”

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Anderson addressing ALA meeting

For Angry, his political views have always been very much apart of his tough guy image which is symptomatic of his little man syndrome. But of late, it seems he has been doing much more than keeping up a marketable image. He appeared at the Melbourne launch of the Australian Liberty Alliance, where he acted as MC for the event. He has been endorsed as one of the ALA candidates for NSW. Funny thing about that is, like the rest of the ALA candidates, we didn’t hear much of them at all in the polls, presumably because most came almost dead last.

After a humiliating defeat at the polls, Angry seems to remain engaged with the anti Islam far right. He has agreed to address several meetings being organised by the Q Society, whose leadership are up on defamation charges. The gatherings, backed by far right Liberal poli’s Cory Bernardi & George Christensen as well as withering old bigot Larry Pickering.

Liz Carlsen

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Liz Carlsen is a prominent far right activist based in Toowoomba, Queensland. A so-called retired Catholic school teacher, Liz became involved in the organisation of Reclaim Australia rallies, being one of the prime organisers for the Toowoomba rally. She travelled down to the Melbourne RA rally on July 18, where she and Shermon Burgess “beat the shit” out of a woman from AnTEEfaar that was allegedly trying to attack their precious patriot bus.

Liz went on to join the United Patriots Front, being appointed to a leading role within Toowoomba. Liz is the UPF’s most senior organiser in Queensland alongside Scotty to potty and neo Nazi Jim Perren. Liz organised the UPF- Fortitude party launch in Toowoomba. It was leaked that she was considering dropping out of the UPF on account of harassment by deranged white supremacist Dennis Huts.

Yvonne Gentle

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A far right Christian politician. Gentle was born into a conservative Christian family and went on to work in radio and also ran a pharmacy. She has continued her life-long commitment to Christian causes and missionary work.

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(Gentle being left to deal with uncle Jim)

Motivated by her Christian Zionist views, she became involved in the far right party Rise Up Australia and Catch A Fire Ministries. She is a prominent member of the RUAP and holds the position of party State President and candidate for Dunkley in the 2013 election.

She ran as a candidate for the RUAP for the seat of Filnders in the 2016 federal election.