T-shirts for the blue wave coalition are on sale now, and its manifesto is out to show it’s a genuine force to be reckoned with.
The manifesto states it will be a progressive and democratic party.
“We are committed to standing up for our rights and our communities, supporting our workers and communities, and providing a better future for all Australians,” it reads.
“The blue wave Coalition will be the progressive party of the future, the party of fairness and equality, the most progressive of the right-wing parties.”
The party also says it wants to end the Government’s “war on the blue”.
“The Government’s war on the white community, on the Aboriginal community, is the most serious assault on the dignity and equality of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, and it is a war we cannot afford to lose,” the manifesto states.
“It is the Coalition that will stand up for the rights of all Australians.”
The bluewave coalition is the only one in parliament that represents all the parties and territories that make up the blue waves umbrella.
“When I look at our manifesto, I am confident it will unite and unite our country and our community and will make a positive difference to Australians,” Blue Wave Co-Chairwoman Sarah Jones said.
“Blue waves is the future.
I have been an advocate for Indigenous Australians and their rights for over 30 years.
I believe in the future of this country and this country is going to be great for the Indigenous community.”
Ahead of the manifesto launch, the bluewave Coalition announced its two new seats, and will be looking to win at least one more in the next federal election.
“In the coming weeks, we are going to announce a new number of seats in Victoria and Queensland, so we are in a position to make a real difference,” Jones said on Thursday.
“I’m really excited to see what’s happening in these two new states and it will give us a real opportunity to win.”
A spokeswoman for the Federal Government said the Coalition had taken a “fresh approach” to the red wave coalition.
“This will give the Government a greater opportunity to bring in its policies and values into the Australian community,” she said.
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