OUR PARTY FOUNDER
WHO IS KIM VUGA?
I was born in 1968; I grew up in Bankstown, attended Bankstown Primary School during the 70’s. My family relocated to the Mid North Coast, Tuncurry-Forster in early 1980.
In my early 20’s, I worked as an aerobics instructor, personal trainer and was heavily involved in many outdoor activities associated with the Australian way of life. In my spare time, I worked as a volunteer for the Taree Rescue Squad as an accredited Rescue Operator. In addition to this I then spent two years working for Air Sea Rescue at Hervey Bay Queensland.
In 2002, I moved to Darwin, working full time as a civilian employee at all three Defence Force Bases during the Iraqi war and the Bali Bombings. It was during this time I held a military/ASIO security clearance of secret.
I also held positions with the NT Police CIB, where I worked on coroner’s reports, transcribing court reports, including working with the Internal Investigations Branch.
In 2006, I relocated to Townsville with my husband and my family. I have four adult children and seven gorgeous grandchildren who also reside in Townsville.
I have spent the last 6 years studying Psychology part time, Sociology subjects included via Central Queensland University. I am currently employed as a Mental Health worker.
The road to the Senate
In October 2014, I was involved in the making of a TV Documentary “Go Back To Where You Come From” for SBS, which I travelled through many hotspots in the Middle East. At times I was placed in extremely dangerous situations where I spent a lot of time with the Kurdish fighters in front line positions and being shot at by ISIS while in Syria. During the making of the documentary, I visited the UN refugee camp and witnessed firsthand why Australia should be very concerned about its border protection and the disadvantages of having an open door policy towards immigration. It was from this experience, I learnt about the many security issues that could affect our country in the foreseeable future!
Since arriving back from the Middle East last November, I changed my Psychology degree to Bachelor of Arts to study journalism whereby I will receive Majors in Psychology and Sociology.
In December 2014, I had organized meetings in Cairns and Mareeba and formed a fighting committee in Mareeba to fight a proposed $70m Islamic Boys Boarding School. I had come across extensive evidence which contradicted what was being publicly said about the boarding school from key stake holders.
I uploaded this information to the STOP the $70m Islamic Boys Boarding School through the Mareeba Facebook page, exposing the information for what it was - a misrepresentation of the truth. The information I collected consisted of audio and video recordings exposing corruption and lies involving the proponents of the Islamic school and the Mareeba Shire Council.
Once all parties had received the information from my investigation proving the project was not what it claimed to be it was cancelled. I then compiled the evidence and forwarded the brief to the Crime and Conduct Commission QLD (CCC) for further investigation.
The CCC found that there was not enough evidence to find corrupt conduct of Mareeba Shire Council. However, CCC did find that they had concerns on how the Islamic School operated as an organization. Therefore, for completeness the Crime and Conduct Commission forwarded my concerns onto the AFP for their information and any action they deemed as necessary.
In August 2015, I exposed SBS for their planning of a TV show to include giving air time to a convicted terrorist.
Why I am running!
Having always been true to Australia, I have seen Australia change rapidly and not for the better. I believe we need to be voting for a government that will maintain strong policies that will protect our country from all threats that exists both internally and externally which would endanger the lives of everyday Australians and challenge our way of life.
I believe that we need to be putting the Australian people first. It is time we fixed up our own backyard and looked after our Aussie battlers.
I honestly believe, that I have Australia’s best interests at heart and when I make any decision, I will be questioning how the decision will impact us not just on the short term but how it will impact on the future and how it will impact on our children should I be elected to the Australian senate.
We need to continue to look after our people, our nation and get our country up and running and back on track sooner rather than later.
It is important to me about what legacy we will leave behind for our children, our grandchildren and future generations to come.
Remember, it is the soldier, not the reporter,
Who has given us the freedom of press.
It is the soldier, not the poet,
who has given us the freedom of speech.
It is the soldier, who salutes the flag,
Who serves beneath the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag.
Who allows the protestors to burn the flag!
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WHY A POLITICAL PARTY
In Australia, it is evident that our political leaders are more concerned with the welfare of other nations at the expense of the Australian people. Our country has donated billions of dollars in foreign aid – tax payer money that you and many other Australians have worked extremely hard for and given it to other countries who wish to cause us and our nation harm. As a responsible nation in a global community, one might consider it reasonable for our country to contribute to the less fortunate of the world but not at expense of our own people.
There is no place for an out of touch government, racism, political correctness, divisive multiculturalism or tolerance for the intolerant in Australia. The current two party preferred system in Australia has to change to allow freedom of speech, democracy and common sense to flourish again and for our country to prosper. To promote these very freedoms already discussed while offering the right of association and opportunity for all Australian to build wealth and enjoy the highest possible standards of living, education, health and a brighter future.
In addition of a political review, a juridicial review is required as our juridici -al system seems to be more concerned with the welfare of convicted criminals than their victims. We believe in truth in sentencing under community pressure, politicians and law makers have increased maximum sentences for some violent crimes but they are rarely imposed in some cases with minimum sentences they are not enforced.
We give every day Australians the opportunity to become part of a new movement, a political party that offers Australian voters a new vision and hope for the future.
Fighting for the rights of our farmers!
Fighting for the rights of our diggers and our ex servicemen and women!
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