• Persecution of Truth 2023

    • 25 April 2023

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    Mayday, Mayday:

    Please help John Shipton’s campaign to save his son, Julian Assange

    Please support John Shipton and Julian Assange over the coming May Day long weekend in Brisbane by attending the conference about WikiLeaks, whistleblowers and the war on truth, The Persecution of Truth, at the State Library of Queensland on 30th April and to march in support with John Shipton at Brisbane’s annual May Day march the following day.

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  • Fusion Party response to The Daily Telegraph, 30 March 2023 (Open Letter)

    • 30 March 2023

    RE: “‘Disrespectful’ Holocaust comments by by-election candidate Owen Miller revealed”, Daily Telegraph, 28 March 2023

    Dear Mr Morrow,

    Owen Miller and the Fusion Party vehemently deny the allegations that Owen has been disrespectful about The Holocaust, or the victims of any tragedy. In fact, Owen has consistently supported victims of all avoidable tragedies, including in his tweet from February 2022, which was taken out of context — in this tweet he had been adding his support to victims of The Holocaust and Nazism, not taking away from it.

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  • Fusion Party candidate Owen Miller and Aleph Melbourne support Elimination of Discrimination

    • 29 March 2023

    The Fusion Party candidate for Aston, Owen Miller, today issued the following statement:

    “I’m proud to support the Victorian Jewish community. Jews have consistently been at the forefront of a number of important causes including humane treatment of asylum seekers, equal rights for LGBTIQA+ people, climate action and constitutional recognition of First Nations peoples.”

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  • Fusion Party Australia Supports Woman Life Freedom Movement in Iran and Condemns Poisoning of School Girls

    • 08 March 2023

    The Fusion Party advocates for social justice, human rights, and environmental sustainability. The party stands in solidarity with the Woman, Life, Freedom movement in Iran and condemns the poisoning of school girls in Iran.

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    • 27 February 2023

    Ferntree Gully, Australia, 27 February 2023 – The Fusion Party is excited to announce Owen Miller as its candidate for the upcoming Aston by-election on the 1st of April 2023.

    Owen Miller has extensive expertise in technology and entrepreneurial innovation, having worked since 2015 at major tech firms in the United States. Now back in Melbourne, he is more committed than ever to serving his community and country. With his experience and excitement, Miller brings a fresh perspective to the political landscape.

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  • Message from the President - February 2023

    • 13 February 2023

    This message from president Sahar Khalili was included in the February 2023 newsletter to members and supporters.

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    Since the new Executive Committee commenced in November 2022, the Fusion Party has been hard at work making important steps towards clarifying our vision and stance, for the benefit of our members and public.

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  • Federal budget submission: Cooling the Planet and Australia's STEM future

    • 13 February 2023

    We will publish our 2023-24 Pre-budget Submission when the relevant website does so, or when the budget is released.

    Pre-budget submissions are our opportunity to make a case for significant government investment where it is needed. Ours is titled Cooling the Planet and Australia's STEM future.

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  • Submission on removing nuclear energy prohibitions

    • 13 February 2023

    Download this submission to the Inquiry into the Environment and Other Legislation Amendment (Removing Nuclear Energy Prohibitions) Bill 2022 (PDF 228 KB).

    Fusion's position is that the current prohibition on nuclear energy unnecessarily restricts Australia's ability to conduct research and development in this field and our nation's future energy options.

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  • Newsletter January 2023

    • 21 January 2023

    Happy New Year! Thanks for your support in 2022, and read on to find out what we're up to as we roll into 2023:

    • Mardi Gras planning meeting – Sun 15 Jan
    • Brisbane meetup – Sat 28 Jan
    • Monthly meetings in 2023 – Wed 1 Feb
    • All About Nuclear with Jo Lackenby – now online

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  • Digital Platforms are Making Our Government Irrelevant

    • 16 December 2022

    The Senate Economics References Committee has recently been investigating the power and influence of "Big Tech" over Australian democracy. Our submission was that as the Australian government fails to even try competing against such growing powers, then the Australian way of life is increasingly just the whims of what Big Tech lets us do.

    The subsequent release of ChatGPT just days later has vividly shown how true our predictions are − that people live online, outside the notion of "Australia"; and that if we are to have any say in how our society operates; then our governments need to be participants in providing our online life.

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