Sydney Forum 2010

In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act“…(George Orwell)


Sydney Forum

September 18-19, 2010


Identity    |   Independence   |   Freedom



About The Forum

The Sydney Forum is a non-profit event. The Forum is independent of any and all patriotic parties and associations. The Forum could not perform its function if it was formally linked to any party or association. However, it is a place where all can come, exchange ideas and documents and participate. Any affiliation held by the organisers is independent of their function in this event.

The Forum organisers believe that there is a pressing need for political formation. By that, we mean, the articulation of precise ideas that can serve the mobilisation of Australians in the fight for our identity, independence and freedom.

The Forum organisers see their role as facilitators only. While they will ensure the smooth running of the event, their aim is to stimulate, not control, discussion and education.

Special Event: Mr Paul Fromm speaking in Australia December 2010

The Sydney Forum is the major speaking event of the Australian patriotic resistance calendar. The Forum supports the cause of Australian freedom and independence, and therefore the forum opposes the totalitarianism of the emergent New World Order.

In our current times political debate is needed more than ever to advance the discussion between political parties and individuals to address the issues in our modern world. Political discussion today comes from the top down to the people and not from the people to the top as it should be in a real democratic society. More than ever, the political leadership and the media are vetting the news of world and domestic events and telling us what to think.

The general aim of the Sydney Forum is to advance freedom of speech and the exchange of ideas between different groups from across the political spectrum, with a focus on issues of current concern. While it is true that many of the speakers are from the so-called right wing/conservative/constitutionalist/nationalist side of politics, we also invite and involve speakers who are from the mainstream and extreme left wing side of politics. For example, the Communist Party of Australia was invited to address the Sydney Forum in 2004, and the Ambassador of Ba’athist Iraq spoke in 2002. He told the meeting that the Sydney Forum was the only event where he was able to be heard to tell his country’s side of the story.

We are living in a time where open political debate is stifled by the government and the media with name-calling and labelling. If someone is concerned about immigration, they are immediately called “racist” to try to discredit them and stifle any common sense discussion. The multi-cultural industry is in the process of criminalising freedom to discuss these issues with vilification and incitement laws.

Because we provide a voice to issues that particular interest groups do not want discussed, the Sydney Forum has been the subject of political interference. When the Forum invited a speaker from the National Democratic Party of Germany in 2002, the Australian Foreign Minister intervened to refuse a visa; in 2005 another speaker from that party had his visa revoked whilst in transit to speak at the forum and a local politician intervened to have the venue cancelled. These tactics have only made the Forum stronger. The highest principle of freedom of speech is that all views should be free to be heard, not just the ones that the “status quo” wants to allow.

Everybody and anybody can come to the Sydney Forum either as a speaker or a guest as long as they abide by the rules. The rules of the Sydney Forum demand that we respect diverse opinions and political beliefs, allowing participants to present their points of view in a reasoned and respectful environment.

By bringing together people, organisations and views outside of the “mainstream” we seek to generate and intensify political activism and encourage co-operation wherever possible amongst groups and individuals.

So don’t miss this year’s Sydney Forum, one of Australia’s leading independent forums on the political issues that concern many Australians, but which are not allowed a voice by the Government and the media.

Kind Regards
The Sydney Forum Organising Committee








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Registration and payment for the Sydney Forum is required prior to the start of the Forum.  Door tickets will only be issued under exceptional circumstances and by the authority of the MC or the Forum Secretary.

Please download and send the completed registration form and payment to:

The Sydney Forum
P.O. Box N291
Grosvenor Place NSW 1220

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Entry Costs:

Day One (Saturday) – $40   Concession – $35

Day two (Sunday) – $20     Concession – $15

Both days – $50                 Concession – $40


4/7/10   Mr. Brendon O’Connell and Mr John McGrath added as speakers.
6/7/10   Mr Brendon O’Connell withdrawn as a speaker.
2/8/10   Mr Peter Spencer added as a speaker.
10/8/10  YouTube, Facebook and Myspace accounts added to the Links page.