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As civic-minded Australians we cannot remain passive while damage is done to our nation, our communities and our families. Members of Australian Liberty Alliance make a stand for what is right, just and not negotiable; values our forefathers worked and died for. We give civic-minded 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.
The current board of directors of Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd from left to right: Andrew Horwood, Susan Horwood (Treasurer), Tony Robinson, Debbie Robinson (President) and Ralf Schumann (Secretary).

The current board of directors of Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd from left to right: Andrew Horwood, Susan Horwood (Treasurer), Tony Robinson, Debbie Robinson (President) and Ralf Schumann (Secretary).

Our Australia stands for individual liberty, small government, Western values built on Judaeo-Christian and Humanistic foundations, social fairness and an integrated multi-ethnic society with one set of laws for all, regardless of colour, gender or creed.  

There is no place for big government, racism, political correctness, moral relativism, divisive multiculturalism or tolerance for the intolerant. Migrants do not dream of a new life in Australia because we are a Socialist, Islamic or tribal society. Migrants came for the freedom, justice and prosperity only Western civilisation creates. 

Our party welcomes citizens from all walks of life to become part of this political movement. We are a secular organisation but acknowledge Australia’s Judaeo-Christian foundation. Whether we follow a religion or no religion at all, we respect this heritage, which has advanced Western civilisation, Liberty and Universal Human Rights more than any other.

We invite you to find out more about our values and core policies by reading our Manifesto.

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About the Q Society

Incorporated in late 2010 in Victoria, Q Society now has chapters throughout Australia.
Each chapter is run by groups of volunteers who facilitate seminars, meetings and other educational forums for the public. The Society is secular and not associated with any political party.
Supporters are from different religions, ethnicities and backgrounds.

Q Society was formed in response to growing concerns about the discrimination, violence and other anti-democratic practices linked to Islam.
When repeated acts of discrimination and violence are connected with a specific belief system, it makes sense to ask why.

Q Society bravely asks the questions the media is afraid to ask. We do this in the interests of preserving the rights of women and children and in the interests of freedom of expression – a fundamental human right.

Explore our website to learn more and how you can support Q Society.

Equality
Equality for men and women is one of our core beliefs. As Australians, we believe in a ‘fair go’ for everyone, regardless of religion, gender or ethnicity. We advocate for an integrated multi-ethnic society, and oppose moral relativism, political correctness and multi-culturalism.

To make this possible, Q Society advocates for an integrated multi-ethnic society based on classical Western values. While we respect the long history Aboriginal Australians have with our land, as well as the immense contributions of non-European migrants, we insist that there can be only one legal set of rights and responsibilities for all Australians.

Because we live in Australia, Australian law binds us. Q Society contends that every person should be free and equal before the law.

No group or individual should be treated differently because of his or her beliefs.

Freedom to Practice Religion

Everyone is entitled to practice any or no religion if they choose so according to their own free will; and as long as that religion or belief is peacefully and lawfully practiced.
Q Society condemns groups who seek to impose rituals or customs on others, especially when these customs violate human rights and do not respect the values and laws of our land.

Above the Law

When people view their beliefs or customs as superior to Australian law, then a real problem exists.

When we allow segregation of men and women and other discriminatory practices, our democratic foundations are shaken.

Not Just Another Religion

A common misconception is that Islam is just a religion, similar to other religions, and Jews, Christians and Muslims worship the same God. In Western countries apologists for Islam like to promote these ideas. The facts prove otherwise.

Islam and Racism.

Q Society supports an integrated multi-ethnic Australia and rejects racism, which the Oxford dictionary defines as: “Belief in the superiority of a particular race.” Since Islam is not a race or ethnicity, being critical of Islam is not racist.