Stop Gillard's Climate Tax is a project of Menzies House, which has brought together a wide Coalition of groups opposed to this destructive and unnecessary tax:
Menzies House is a grassroots, independent online community for conservative, libertarian and center-right thinkers, writers and activists. Menzies House is unaffiliated with any political party.
Stop Gillard's Climate Tax is co-sponsored by the Conservative Action Network, an activist group "committed to bringing conservatives together who share a vision that limited government, lower taxes, free enterprise and traditional values will build a stronger Australia." CANdois unaffiliated with any political party.
Coalition of Support
Stop Gillard's Climate Tax is supported and endorsed by the following organisations:
The Mankaal Economic Research Foundation is a Perth based Foundation that aims to strengthen the free market system in Western Australia and Australia, by promoting ideals of voluntary co-operation, choice, personal rights, limited government and responsible resourcefulness of individuals.
The Liberal Democratic Party is a registered political party that stands for greater freedom, smaller government and personal responsibility. It has run candidates in state and federal elections since its formation in 2001.
The Consumers and Taxpayers Association examines government policy, legislation and program delivery to ensure that taxpayers receive value for money for their representation. CATA strives to inform consumers and tax payers of their rights to reject policies that erode their cost of living, to inform the Australian public when Government policy fails and is costly and to add to debate on new proposals, policy and laws presented in Government. CATA is a group of everyday working Australians who believe in democracy and good government for consumers and taxpayers. CATA is not aligned to any political party nor is CATA operated by any organisation or media.
The Outdoor Recreation Party is a registered political party in New South Wales, that is committed to less government control, and belives public land should be accessible for recreational purposes and actively managed, not locked up and neglected.
The Carbon Sense Coalition is a voluntary group of people concerned about the extent to which carbon is wrongly vilified in Western societies, particularly in government, the media, and in business circles. They "aim to restore balance and reason to the carbon debate, and to explain and defend the key role of carbon in production of most of our energy for heat, light, and transportation, and all of our food."
The Institue for Private Enterprise was founded in 1996 as a body to promote the cause of private enterprise and to argue for a reduction in the role of government. Its Director, Des Moore, was Deputy Secretary of the Australian Treasury where he headed most of the major policy areas, and the IPE continues to be a leading voice in the Australian economic debate.
The Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA is a non-profit industry organisation in Western Australia which represents primary producers of wool, grain and meat & livestock.
ComeOn Australia is an independent, grass-roots organisation that provides Australians a way to be heard on important public issues and hold politicians to account.
The Coalition for Agricultural Productivity supports science based, free market agricultural productivity. CAP cuts across all segments of food production, and speaks out proudly on behalf of primary producers and everyone involved in the food supply chain.The Coalition for Agricultural Productivity supports individuals involved in food production, grower groups and all producers.
The Lavoisier Group was formed in March 2000 to promote vigorous debate within Australia on the science of global warming and climate change, and of the economic consequences of both unilateral or multilateral decarbonisation.
The Coalition of Law Abiding Sporting Shooters is "a group of Australians fed up with the abuse of power by the ruling class of Australia: our politicians, public servants and media. We are not a shooting club. We are not a political party. We are a group of concerned Australians contributing to the public discourse on guns and power in our country. We are volunteers serving our community. Most of all, we are sick and tired of the blame game practiced by state and federal politicians."
The Australian Liberal Students' Federation is the peak body for approximately thirty campus Liberal Clubs across Australia, and was founded in 1948. Whilst the Federation works closely with the Liberal Party, it is an independent organisation that pursues its own policy agenda. Many individual Liberal Clubs pre-date the existence of the Liberal Party itself. The Federation works to promote Liberal beliefs on campus, facilitates communication amongst individual clubs and assists in co-ordinating national Liberal Student campaigns.
The Federal Young Liberal Movement is the youth division of the Australian Liberal Party. Created in 1945, membership is open to those between 16 and 30 years of age. Members of Young Liberals have full party-membership, and they are active in Liberal Party campaigning during all state and federal elections, as well as policy development designed to keep the Party in touch with the views of mainstream youth.
The Democratic Labor Party is a registered political party, and has its roots in the labour movement. It is a basic element of DLP philosophy that the interests of Australians may be best be served by preserving, protecting and building on the family, and it is a "fundamental policy of the Democratic Labor Party to support a responsible elected government that will promote social and economic justice, a fair and decent society for families and a sense of national direction that will help to make Australia prosperous, self-reliant and secure."
The Australian Libertarian Soceity is is the central portal for information about the libertarian movement in Australia. Active since 2000, the ALS supports free-markets, individual liberty and the promotion of peaceful, voluntary interaction between people. The aim of the ALS is to bring together the many different strands of libertarian thought spread through Australia.
The ALS was a co-sponsor of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC), hosted by the Heartland Institute. ALS representatives have spoken at the ICCC and also at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas (Sydney).
The Christian Democratic Party is the "only national Christian political party in Australia".The CDP seeks to support and promote pro-Christian, pro-family, pro-child, pro-life policies for the benefit of all Australians, and to encourage Christian representation in every level of government – Federal, State and Local – by seeing Christian candidates endorsed, supported and elected across the country"
No Carbon Tax is a Sydney based grassroots group and online shop providing information and resources for activists opposed to the Carbon Tax
The National Civic Council is supporting Axe the Carbon Tax, a grassroots network of concerned Australians who are working together for truth, the economy and our standard of living.
No to Carbon Tax is a Victorian grassroots group formed in oppositing to the Carbon Tax. It organised a protest outside Julia Gillard's Electorate Office on 12th March.
Revolt Against The Carbon Tax is the main umbrella volunteer organisation responsible for organising and co-ordinating many of the marches against the carbon tax in capital cities.
Is your group interested in joining our Coalition? Please email editor at menzieshouse.com.au
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