Following close on the heels of arch-rivals the Australian Protectionist Party (APP), the Australia First Party (AF) has officially declared its losing candidates for the upcoming NSW council elections. In Sutherland — where Darrin Hodges is pitting himself against the Mayor — AF has wisely decided to steer clear of a two-way fight with the APP, and is instead fielding three candidates in Ward A: John Newton (ex-Australians Against Further Immigration candidate for the state seat of Mount Druitt in 2007 — he came last), Karl Glas (ex-National Action and AAFI) and Marleen Rapp.
To vote 1 White Australia in Blacktown (Fifth Ward), your candidates are Tony Pettitt (ex-One Nation Party), Terry Cooksley (ex-NA, ex-AAFI, ex-ONP), and George Atkinson. Tony previously contested the seat of Greenway for ONP in 2004, gaining 1,040 votes or 1.37% and coming sixth out of a field of 14 candidates. He also stood for the seat of Mitchell in 1996 for AAFI, where he obtained 2,688 votes, easily overpowering both ‘Reclaim Australia’ and ‘Natural Law’. Previously, Terry stood for a seat in Chifley in 2004 — he didn’t win. He also asked the voters of Lindsay to elect him, and AAFI, in 1996, and had the satisfaction of being more popular than both Call to Australia and the Independent candidate, Stephen Davidson… But not quite as popular as HoWARd’s mate Jackie Kelly, who won the seat for the Tories in 1996, 1998, 2001 and 2004; and who lost it for them in 2007.
Further afield, in Coffs Harbour, you can put Australia First — and the deracinators of the New World Order liberal-globalist-capitalist conspiracy last — by voting for class clown Darrell Wallbridge (ex-NA and Confederate Action Party), Alex Parker, Greg Bailey, Richard Hedditch (ex-NA, ex-CAP) and Kevin Baldwin. In Newcastle (Second Ward), word on the street is that AF’s campaign is being spearheaded by the Jew-hating real estate agent Nathan Clarke. (Actually, AF claims Les is taking his place, but the NSW Electoral Commission begs to differ.) Joining Les (or possibly nafe) will be Ian McBryde and the geriatric Jim Smith. Somewhat bizarrely, Tony Pettitt is also trying it on in Hawkesbury…
Voters, sharpen your pencils!