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DR Jim Saleam has been a Australian White Nationalist for four decades
Jim formed the Radical Nationalists, at the University of Queensland in 1974, subsequently, he helped to form with other students, National Resistance in the 1970s; National Alliance and the political party National Action in the 1980s, with Saleam as chairman, which brought him to national attention.
Jim Saleam is now a director of the Australia First Party, founded in 1996 by Graeme Campbell, an ex-Australian Labor Party Member of Parliament. He is also a co-organiser of the annual Sydney Forum, which provides a platform for patriotic speakers from a variety of backgrounds.
While at the University of Sydney, DR Saleam wrote his thesis titled 'The Other Radicalism -An Inquiry Into Contemporary Australian Extreme Right Ideology, Politics And Organization 1975-1995'.
Australia First Party
Radical Nationalism in Australia (Radnat)
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