Christian Conservative Alternative
Rev Hon Fred Nile MLC – CDP Federal President
Founded by caring Australians
A voice for Family, A Voice for Values.
We exist to glorify God in government. We stand for God, Familes, Justice & Decency.
Founded and based on Judeo-Christian values and ethics, the aim of CDP members is to promote and advance a Christian Commonwealth to improve the common good by endorsing responsible, long-term goals, not short-term gain.
We are an advocacy group for Familes, Churches and Community. And we’d love you to join us.
MEDIA RELEASE BILLY GRAHAM: 1918 - 2018 For immediate circulation On 21 February 2018, Rev Billy Graham passed away after a life of Christian evangelism and advocacy. His work touched the lives and provided inspiration to countless people across the world, both in the...read more
The Coalition of Marriage aired its latest campaign video last night. Advertising authorities gave the video an “MA” rating due to the content. The 30 second video opens with Roz Ward, formerly of La Trobe University and advocate for the Safe-Schools programme,...read more
The New South Wales Upper House has commenced an inquiry into the Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Prohibition Bill 2017 under the auspice of the Portfolio Committee No. 1 The Bill has been introduced into Parliament by Rev. The Hon. Fred Nile MLC of the Christian...read more
Yesterday, Rev. Nile delivered an adjournment speech to the Upper House about the use of nuclear energy. This related partly to the recent debate concerning the proposed construction of a nuclear power plant in New South Wales. Rev. The Hon. Nile makes the following...read more
On 11 October 2017, the NSW Upper House passed the Aboriginal Languages Bill 2017. The Bill seeks to create a legislative framework around which local Aboriginal communities will be able to revive and reinvigorate their languages and linguistic traditions. Rev Nile...read more
Minor parties have again come under attack. Scare tactics and disingenuous criticisms have been used to frighten the public away from expressing their discontent at the ballot box. Rev The Hon. Fred Nile MLC delivered an Adjournment Speech to the Upper House on 11...read more
On 12 October 2017, the NSW Upper House engaged in a debate concerning the concept of building a nuclear power station in Jervis Bay. The Rev Fred Nile MLC put on record that the latest report by the scientific organisation Global Energy Observatory shows that as at...read more
On 12 October 2017, the Rev. Fred Nile MLC asked a question directed at the Minister for Mental Health, The Hon. Tanya Davis MP. The relevant part of that question reads: Is the Minister aware of the comments in a UK newspaper of Professor Miroslav Djordjevic, who is...read more
Yesterday, debate resumed on the Crimes Amendment (Zoe’s Law) Bill 2017. Zoe’s Law was initially passed in the Lower House in 2013 but was never debated in the Upper House. The Bill’s reintroduction has reignited debate on proposed law reform that seeks to respond to...read more