About the Australian Freedom Party
As the founder of the Australian Freedom Party, I, Steven Pidgeon, would like to share some of my vision for establishing our new Movement.
I believe that an essential aspect of achieving our Nation’s destiny is to fight for our freedom as an Independent Sovereign State in its own right, independent from the British Crown. Following on from this, and in many ways of much greater importance, our Movement will be committed to the cause of establishing national economic autonomy. Our Nation has been blessed with an amazing land, with such great potential and resources, but we must take a stand once and for all against the forces of multinational financial control.
As an Australian, I believe that we must work together to see a truly Australian Nationalistic world-view established in our midst. We are a nation of immigrants, regardless of whether we ourselves came to our shores from elsewhere, or if our family has been settled on this continent for several generations (such as myself). Together, we must assert ourselves in our unique role to play in the greater Oceania and Australasian Region. Australia has grown to be far more than merely an English colony, held captive by an Anglo-centric perspective. From this place of genuine independence, our Nation will stand together with those who seek for this same genuine justice.
I am a Revolutionary Nationalist, in the sense that I seek to establish a whole new paradigm – politically, socially, and economically. I wish to spearhead revolutionary change to our nation’s economic system, removing our nation from its participation in the world-wide debt-based currency that currently holds all nations hostage to the international Money powers. Our social system needs to be based on empathy, expressing care towards our citizens and to those who would seek asylum within our borders. Ultimately, our Nation’s political system requires a reformation by which first and foremost, our Nation will be governed by absolute authority, coupled with absolute responsibility. This authority will rest upon the shoulders of the Head of State (the Chief Citizen), who will make decisions in council with well-informed individuals whose minds are guided by empathetic hearts. (Now I may sound like an idealist, but that’s because I am.)
Yes, I am Radical, but not in the sense of merely seeking to be “extreme” as opposed to being moderate, but I believe that what is needed is not merely another political party, and more politicians, but a genuine Movement which seeks to address the fundamental roots of society’s problems.
True Nationalism is the furthest thing from divisive. Under the banner of the Southern Cross, a traditional Australian revolutionary symbol, I seek those who wish to stand for a unified Australia, a land where nobility is the goal regardless of where you have come from.