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In 2016 she shared the image of an email she’d received after attending one of his speeches.
She told Daily Mail Australia she is’so proud’ of her friends and colleagues for their support as she works to expose ‘the hypocrisy and deceit and fear and fearmonger우리카지노계열ing of the Liberal Party’.
She said it was their responsibility as a generation to have a voice.
‘This was all a warning: ‘You just put down the cup and move on from this.’
‘Now is the time to stand up against the corrupt liberal elites, the bullies and the lying politicians who have become our leaders.’
She added it was ‘not acceptable for children and young people in our cities and suburbs to have to go hungry on their own due to inadequate or out of date health insurance.’
Giddings’ brother Paul is also part of the group, along with Peter Stirling (right) and Kevin McArdle, who are both activists and former Sydney police officers
Terrance, a retired father of two, attended the memorial in front of the memorial at Parliament House on Friday afternoon.
‘I’m so proud of what I’m doing to expose the hypocrisy and deceit and fear and fearmongering of the Liberal Party.’
He explained it was the culmination of a six-month long process, including a community outreach and education drive to raise awareness.
The group’s Facebook page has more than 5,000 likes and more than 17,000 shares.
Paul said: ‘I don’t think I can just sit back and say ‘This is fine and we’ll ignore it until it gets better.’
‘People are becoming more aware of it as the political cycle goes on, people are becoming aware of all these people we don’t know who are getting a very skewed view of the world.’