Constitutional Monarchist

Our system of government and our Constitution can be linked back to the signing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede on June 15, 1215. Our system of government and our Constitution since 1901, have been developed and proven with the test of time to be stable with the best interests of the people as a fundamental prerequisite of its structure.

With recent Republican extremist wishing to toss out our system of government, it is inconceivable our time proven system to be left relying on the fickle intentions of our current political system, to protect the rights of the people.

To this end the Australian Monarchist League is an effective and strong supporter of our constitutional Monarch and is so worthy of support. 

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    AML National Conference Feb 2022

     

     

     

    This is to confirm that the National Conference of the Australian Monarchist League will be held on:


    Saturday, 12 February 2022
    at
    The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
    169 Castlereagh Street Sydney

    commencing at 9:30 am.

    COST: $90 pp (includes light lunch & morning & afternoon tea & coffee)

    The conference is expected to close around 5:30 PM.

    Principal Speakers include:
    Hon. Tony Abbott AC
    former Prime Minister of Australia

    The Hon. Scott Farlow, MLC
    Mr Alan Jones AO
    Hon. Santo Santoro
    Mr Nick Cater
    executive director - Menzies Research Centre
    Mr Lyle Shelton
    Director of Campaigns and Communication for the Christian Democratic Party

    Others who have been invited are yet to respond as they are waiting
    for travel decisions to be confirmed by their respective States.

    Included in the Conference will be sessions on
    the proposed model by the Australian Republic Movement 
    for a 'Politician's' Republic.

    There will be a dinner following at
    The Castlereagh Club
    199 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
    COST: $90 pp

    Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz will be the Chief Guest at the Dinner

    You can book for the dinner here: 2022 Conference Dinner

    The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, otherwise known as the Masonic Club, does have accommodation as follows:

    $157 for Double rooms
    $177 for Queen and twin rooms
    (Prices are for room only, Continental Breakfast is extra)

    To book or enquire further, please contact the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel on 02 9284 1000 mentioning the Australian Monarchist League and the above rates.

    When
    February 12, 2022 at 9:30am
    Where
    The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
    $90.00 AUD · 51 rsvps
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    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75

    The Prince of Wales & Climate Change Action

    The subject of climate change and proposed human intervention is one that has created deep divisions amongst Australians. Whilst it is not a matter that falls within our mandate, we have nevertheless become enmeshed because of the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in promoting action and the resulting implications this may have to the future of our system of constitutional monarchy.

    Members will be well aware that I have expressed concerns over many years to his Royal Highness pointing out that as he is carrying out duties on behalf of the Queen it is incumbent on him not to make any comment on any matter of controversy and that his future subjects would obviously have differing opinions on differing issues all of which he must respect whether he agrees or not.

    It is important for us, the Australian Monarchist League to be aware of the opinions of our support base on this issue and we would therefore very much appreciate your answering a couple of questions in any, sort of, survey. This will help us plan a pathway through this difficult time.

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