AUSTRALIA BREATHES A SIGH OF RELIEF

The Rev Fred Nile MLC, Leader of the Christian Democratic Party, has said the Australian people have breathed a sigh of relief when the ‘Spill Motion’ against the Prime Minister Tony Abbott was overwhelmingly defeated by 61 to 39 votes. “It is ironic that some of the MPs who supported the ‘Spill Motion’ were conservatives who did not support Mr Malcolm Turnbull. …

227TH ANNIVERSARY OF FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICE IN AUSTRALIA

The Rev Fred Nile MLC, Patron of the Australian Christian Nation Association said that he was pleased at the response for the 227th Anniversary of the first Christian Church Service in Australia on 3rd February 1788. The Service was held at the Rev Richard Johnson Square, near the memorial, on the corner of Bligh and Hunter Streets, Sydney, on Tuesday 3rd February…

COMMEMORATION OF THE LIBERATION OF AUSCHWITZ NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMP OVER 70 YEARS AGO

28th FEBRUARY 1945 The Rev Fred Nile MP, Leader of the Christian Democratic Party, shared the sad memories of his visit to the Auschwitz Nazi Concentration camp in Poland ten years ago, during the current commemorations of the liberation of the Camp on 28th February 1945. “I will never forget my sad experience of walking through the Camp and inspecting the historic…

ATTACK ON STATUE OF VIRGIN MARY AT PUNCHBOWL CHURCH

The Rev Fred Nile MP, Leader of the Christian Democratic Party, has condemned the destructive attack on the statue of the Virgin Mary at St Charbel Church at Punchbowl, during the morning of 29th January 2015. “I believe there is truth in the suspicion that this attack was carried out by Islamic radicals who opposed the special Middle East Youth Service, which…

SAVE YOURSELF, OR WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST?

By Rev Hon Fred Nile MLC, Christian Democratic Party Member, NSW Parliament, (for 34 years). I was shocked, as were all Australians, over the tragic hostage event in the Lindt Café, Martin Place, Sydney at 9.45 am on Monday 15th December 2014.  It was very near to where I was Chairing an Inquiry Committee Meeting at 9.00 am into the Loose Leaf…

NO TO ANY CHANGES TO LOCKOUT LAWS

The Rev Fred Nile MLC, Leader of the Christian Democratic Party, has called on the Premier Mike Baird to give a categorical assurance that he will not water down the current alcohol lockout laws that have dramatically reduced alcohol fuelled violence in Sydney’s CDB. “Our Christian Democratic Party will oppose any attempts to water down lockout laws in the NSW Upper House….

The Rev Fred Nile Condemns Islamic Terrorist Attack in Paris on the Freedom of Speech

12 January 2015 Rev Nile, Leader of the Christian Democratic Party, has strongly condemned the Islamic terrorist attack in Paris on 7th January 2015 where eight peaceful journalist cartoonists, especially Stephane Charbonnier the heroic Editor of Charlie Hebdo magazine, a protective policeman, a visitor and a maintenance worker were brutally murdered as they sat in their offices, by brothers Said and Cherif…

SYDNEY’S FIRST ISLAMIC TERRORIST ATTACK – QUESTIONS NEED TO BE ANSWERED!

19th December 2014 Sydney and Australia has been shocked by Sydney’s first Islamic Terrorist attack on Monday 15th December 2015 by Man Haron Monis which was his fake name. The attack took place at the Lindt Chocolate shop in at 53 Martin Place, corner of Martin Place and Phillip Street at round 10am where Man Haron Monis took hostages 17 people, mostly…

Rev Fred Nile supports urgent action to assist NSW residents

18 December 2014 A STATE-WIDE BUY-BACK OF ‘MR FLUFFY’ HOMES A New South Wales parliamentary inquiry has urged the New South Wales Government to implement a state-wide buy back and demolition scheme for all residences contaminated by loose-fill asbestos insulation, otherwise known as ‘Mr Fluffy’ insulation. Committee Chairman, Revd the Hon Fred Nile MLC, said “This is an issue which warrants the…

Rev Fred Nile calls on the Government to delay closing Newcastle electric train line at Wickham Station 

18 December 2014 Truncation of the Newcastle rail line should not proceed on Boxing Day The parliamentary committee inquiring into the planning process in Newcastle and the broader Hunter region has today tabled an interim report, declaring that the truncation of the Newcastle rail line should not proceed on Boxing Day 2014 as planned. The Chairman of the committee, the Revd the…