The group set out to stop “the slow but never ending advancement of Islam’s political and social ideologies in Australia”.
Its website had links to the Q Society of Australia and Geert Wilders Facebook page and the organisation supported the newly-launched Australian Liberty Alliance.
This group now appears to be inactive.
Leader: Debbie Robinson
National Secretary: Ralf Schumann (also VP National Operations Q Society of Australia)
Tony Robinson (husband of Debbie)
Andrew and Susan Horwood.
The ALA launched in Perth in October 2015, modelled on right-wing populist parties of western Europe.
It is a spin-off from the Q Society and the prominent Dutch counter-jihadist politician Geert Wilders attended its launch.
It contests elections on a strongly anti-Muslim agenda. It also opposes multiculturalism and would remove Australia from the UN Charter of Refugees.
It has called for a 10-year moratorium on resident visa applications from countries including Indonesia, Turkey, Afghanistan, Malaysia, Egypt, and many African and Middle Eastern countries and would ban full-face covering in public spaces.
Its anti-Islamic push is supported by Coalition MPs including Cory Bernardi and George Christensen, Reclaim Australia, and the anti-Halal, anti-mosque groups.
Founded November 2006, AIM is an anti-Islamic organisation and website that campaigns against Sharia law and the supposed Islamisation of Australia.
It seeks to establish links with like-minded organisations across the world. AIM ceased operations in September 2011 but its website remains active as a reference point which redirects visitors to the Q Society website.
Leader: Nick Folkes
This is a minor Christian paleo-libertarian political party that stands against multiculturalism and Islam in Australia. It has acted as spokespeople for Reclaim Australia.
In 2016 the Party for Freedom suggested stopping “all third world immigration and place third world refugees in Australia on contraception or sterilisation programs” because “mass third world immigration and colonization” into Australia was a “government eugenics program of white genocide”.
President: Debbie Robinson
Spokespeople: Andrew Horwood, Vickie Janson, Kirralie Smith
Robert Spencer (Vice-President, Stop Islamization of Nations; Associate director: American Freedom Defence Initiative and Stop Islamization of America; and Director, Jihad watch)
Founded 1 December 2010 as a grassroots anti-Islamic organisation, it now claims volunteer-run chapters across Australia. The Victoria-based society campaigns against the supposed Islamisation of Australia.
It launched a SOS Save Our Schools from Islamisation campaign in 2011 against the Islamisation of state schools in Australia, and runs a campaign against halal foods.
The Q Society runs regular public events and meetings, speeches and has invited several prominent figures to tour the country.
Leader: Danny Nalliah
This is a nationalist and Christian conservative political party that has become increasingly concerned with the spread of apparent Islamism in Australia. The party was launched in 2010 and registered on 3 February 2012. Its slogan is ‘Keep Australia Australian’.
The group opposes multiculturalism and calls for the preservation of a Judeo-Christian heritage. It calls for a reduction in the number of Muslims being admitted to Australia. While it has participated in elections it has also attended street protests and was reportedly present at the ‘Shut Down Parramatta Mosque’ event in western Sydney in October 2015.
In 2015, the party’s Facebook page had 6,000 followers. It was banned and suspended on Facebook for 24 hours because of its “hateful speech” content.
Burgess was an early activist of the Australian Defence League, as well as a spokesperson for Reclaim Australia and then the leader of the United Patriots Front, until he stood down in October 2015.
From Cooma in Southern New South Wales his online alter ego is called ‘the Great Aussie Patriot’.
While claiming only to attack militant Islam there are numerous examples of him vilifying all Muslims. He is also vehemently opposed to the Australian left. His online presence means he is one of the best-known organisers of Australian anti-Muslim street protests.