Archive for September, 2011

The Alliance Australia questions the Sex Parties motives

September 21, 2011

AUSTRALIAN SEX PARTY “Sell outs or Grass roots?”


The Australian Alliance an Australia wide lobby group to address honest democracy by empowering the peoples vote and uniting the minor players to bring accountability to our biased 2 party system, has been investigating the Sex Parties true political motives.


The immediate fact the Sex Party have no interest in either unity or opposing the Labor Party raised an eyebrow to say the least, further investigation made it clear where there parties executive support lays, with their preferences falling in the pockets of the Australian Labor party.


In the pursuit of a place in Australian politics, some political aspirants will do anything to secure a seat, and most find the only way in is selling out to the 2 party system, and its own well funded lobby groups like GetUp and the new and up and coming NewsStand, for which the Sex Party already have links on their social networks.


It becomes obvious to the politically savvy, that the Sex party are destined to a roll on the side lines, with out either uniting with the many patriotic groups to form a genuine third option, or cuddling up to one of the major parties, and it seems from our research, they have chosen the Labor party as their bed mates.


The Fact the Sex party, had no interest in dealing with some of the minor players during preferencing made it clear they believed they were above the many patriotic people putting forward their candidacy, with winning a seat above the ideal of ensuring their supporters votes ended up with the most complimentary candidates to their own ideals.


It may be a fact there is room for the Sex Party in Australian politics, but not at the expense of transparency and the best interests of the Australian electorate, the policy directives of the Sex Party are somewhat limited to the rights of minority groups, yet even though the Alliance is all about such freedoms and liberties, we must question that fine line where xxx should remain safely out of reach of children.


Fiona Patten is desperate to become a member of parliament, having run all over the country, lets hope that this does not see her deviate even further from the grass roots support she now receives, and further into the grips of the Labor party, where she will become stifled by party policy, where many good voices have ended up in the past.


Fiona herself has demanded to be excluded from the support of several groups including the Alliance, as such when democracy is no longer a part of the Sex parties agenda, neither should the peoples support.


The Alliance Australia


Three Twelve Eleven Protest for democracy and a fair go!

September 18, 2011

“On 3/12/11, the Alliance Australia and the many supporting groups and associations call upon the Australian governors to dissolve parliaments as there has been both a serious misrepresentation of leadership and abuse of our democratic process regarding various conduct issues surrounding all recent Australian Elections.


“It must be those whom cast the vote that count, not those who count the vote”


Misrepresentation of intent, leadership and electoral due process, disenfranchising tens of thousands of Australian voters, in excess of the winning margins of most current governments, on top of false promise and out right deceit.


New elections must be based on honest democratic reform, such demands include;



  1. Review and spot check all electoral rolls with the inclusion of all recently removed electors prior to recent elections (totaling over 77,000 long term voters in SA alone)
  2. The re-instatement of the how to vote guide (previously sent to every home) which is to include all the candidates names and contact details.
  3. The immediate adoption of optional preferential voting as found in some states of Australia, so as to empower voter’s free choice and countrywide equity.
  4. Through either the Electoral office or the major media source in any state, brief details of all candidates details to ensure an informed electorate (equal allotments)
  5. The abolishment of all how to vote cards and donkey voting by use of a rotating ballot paper (candidate allotment).
  6. Polling booths to provide adequate ballot papers and ID checks of all voters
  7. Independent staff to over see electoral conduct and polling booth management under the present protections of the electoral Act
  8. Prior to the future general elections, an independent committee is to address future reforms based on voter preferences.
  9. The issue of improved security of the ballot, by the issue of pens over pencils, and the replacement of spoiled ballot papers. (No rubbers or crossed out ballot papers)
  10. Every candidates name and description to be printed adjacent to their voting squares (No blank boxes on the ballot papers)
  11. Immediate changes to all electoral acts, to allow validity of general elections to be disputed should conduct or counting discrepancies be found.
  12. The enforcement of all electoral promises made by candidates to secure the peoples vote.
  13. The Abolishment of the 2 party counting of ballots, in favor of a system that elected the most preferred


Reasons for the demands are based on ensuring the out come of the new elections are based on the free will of an informed electorate, with increased equity and transparency for all electors and all candidates included in the polling.


In the Case of South Australia which has endured similar issues to most if not all of the country, not only have elections become scarred by the structural biases, resulting from those writing the laws own self interest, they have strayed from our basic common law rights to freedom of choice and the ability to cast an informed ballot.


On the 3/12/11 we will stand firm and united for the dissolution of parliament with strong and timely avenues for new democratic elections to be held, so our demands are complimentary to existing protections, with out total disruption to our political process.


The Alliance Australia

Mark M Aldridge Independent