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Election 2015

Passionately Moderate MLC Candidate, Ramsay Nuthall gives a voice to people of every faith and none to stand against the forces of fear based hatred; bigotry and hysteria that threaten to tear our nation apart in this age of competing extremes...


If Religion is the problem, What is the solution?

“(Religion) has two faces: one the face of truth, the other the face deception” - Arthur Schopenhauser “There are some forms of religion that are bad, just as there’s bad cooking or bad art or bad sex, you have bad religion too!" - Karen Armstrong


Moderates ChallengeListen to Mother

“Australia is the most successful multi-cultural society on earth” - Malcolm Turnbull With both passion and moderation, this will still be true in 100 years


The Aboriginal Gift to our Nation.

Our Aboriginal people have lived in biological and spiritual unity with this great land of ours since time immemorial. Deep in the indigenous soul is a gift for us all: a gift that can help us be reconciled to each other and live in peace.


Part of the Australian Story


Five years ago a Sudanese refugee named Isaac came into my life. People supporting refugees contacted me and asked if I could provide a home for him. To say that his family situation was far from satisfactory is an understatement. 


He was 17 years old and completing year 11 at the time and his life had been torn apart by the Sudanese civil war. He had seen more of life’s tragedies than most people can imagine.


The impact of race hate violence and bigotry was put very much in my face when late one evening Isaac arrived home beaten and bleeding. He had been riding his pushbike home past a Newcastle pub and four or five drunken  revelers’ had spotted him, pushed him from his bike, harassed and taunted him with racial insults, stole his bike and personal effects and left him to limp home alone. 


The police were notified and acted swiftly, however their investigations met with a wall of silence.


We assisted him to purchase a new pushbike, however he found it impossible to ride because of the trauma he had suffered and the connection with more violent trauma deep within his memory.


Isaac lives alone now and is doing well. He has maintained his courageous and positive approach to life and writes poetry in order to express the inner complexity that the circumstances of his life have produced.


The link to his poetry is below.

Courageously Building the Spirit of Australia