Letter: No extremists here

EVERY time I see Australian Liberty Alliance mentioned it's always used in conjunction with extreme right wing.

I would expect that someone who is extreme would be a person using bullying tactics or intimidation to force you into agreeing with their beliefs as often seen on TV at supposed places of higher learning.

Over the past months leading up to this election, as a candidate and before, I have seen none of this "extreme" behaviour.

What I do see are many concerned Australians watching the two political parties taking Australia down a path that is far removed from their beliefs, from hijacking young kids in their early development years through some program supposedly about bullying but has nothing to do with it and the selling of our great nation to overseas countries and corporations to embracing an ideology that is thinly disguised as a religion, which is totally against the whole fabric of society which this country is built on.

To this I will say, no one I have met would be an extremist but they are extremely concerned for the future of not only themselves but also more for their children and grandchildren.

ROB WINDRED

Australian Liberty Alliance candidate for Hinkler



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