Ricardo Bosi held a public address at Princess Park, Melbourne on Sunday 30th January, discussing what his Australia 1 party stands for and answering questions from the public.
A woman in the crowd came forward and spoke into the microphone to ask how to vote for Australia 1 party. Bosi’s response was detailed and direct. He told the woman, “Great question. How do you vote for A1? You have to make one up. You have to select one. You have to find one. This is how we work. See, the other parties will tell you “Come meet your new candidate” and you don’t know who the hell this guy is. If you want an A1 candidate, and this is of paramount importance, you’ve got to form a supporter group in your electorate. You’ve got to then select your candidate. So, you put the call out – when we tell you, ‘Who wants to be a candidate?’ The names come up, send the names to head office, we vet them to make sure there’s no paedophiles, bankrupts, and other exclusionary conditions. We send the list of names back, then you select them. You vote on them; you have a presidential role primary.
So, if you want an A1 candidate in your electorate, you have to make it happen. We’re not going to make it happen. So, the next election whenever it is, and there’s not one coming shortly, so don’t panic – they want you to panic – who’s the candidate? – Relax! But if you want a candidate, you have to select one and if you don’t, it’s cause nobody in that electorate wanted a candidate enough. You have to do it, folks. This is now for the first time; Australia is becoming more politically active. You will be more involved in the running of this country. That’s how we get it and that’s how we hang onto it!”
Ricardo also described the type of candidate they’re looking for. “We’re looking for someone who will get votes, not because they’ve got an A1 next to their name. We’re looking for someone who is known in their local area. They have a history of service to their community. It’s Jacko down at the Bunnings at the sausage sizzle every weekend, raising money for the kids with cancer. That’s the sort of person we want.”
He addressed the crowd of around a thousand people, telling them that knowing nothing about politics is actually a bonus, because anybody who knows about politics currently is part of the problem. He pledged to assist all new candidates with the politics, but said they want good, competent people. He is hopeful and confident that the people of Australia will find the 151 credible, smart, intelligent candidates that they need.
The overall atmosphere of the public address was that of hope. The A1 party intends on taking Australia back from the greedy, corrupt folk who are currently wielding it, and putting it back into the hands of the Australian people, instead of allowing the greedy corporations to continue slaving the people and taking all their hard-earned money away from them.
Another woman asked about A1 not being registered and Bosi addressed that question, saying that most people believe you need to be a registered party to be elected. He went on to explain that in our ‘real’ constitution (not the unlawful one that the current government are using) parties are not mentioned, not authorised and not legal. The constitution says that each voter (elector) must directly vote for their representative. He explained that it is unconstitutional for a political party to get between an elector and their candidate. He told the crowd that despite not needing to be registered, A1 will play the unconstitutional game, and they will be registered. They are already in the process.
He discussed the military grade I.T. infrastructure that will protect the people’s personal details. He claimed it is a challenge, but once in place they (the government) will not find out who people are, nor will they get any details from people, and they also won’t be able to spam people, etc.
The talk continued for around 3 – 3 1/2 hours and covered an extensive selection of the public’s questions and concerns. After the talk concluded, Ricardo mixed with the crowd, giving hugs, kisses, shaking hands, and talking directly to the people in a more intimate setting, while people were packing up the stage and sound gear.
There were members of the military also in attendance, supporting what the A1 party stands for.
The only logical conclusion to draw is that the other political parties have certainly got some strong competition with A1 in the running.
One country, one flag, This is A1’s goal.