Australian Ind. Movement
Australian Ind. Movement or AIM for short was the name given to the only Australian party in Indonesia during ICE2008's tenure as party leader.
Australian Ind. Movement Mission
- Independence for Australia.
- Moving Australians back to the homeland for the Revolution.
- Making life for Australians in Indonesia easier by keeping them up to date on current events.
Formerly known as the Australian United Party the party was reformed and re-branded under the new leader ICE2008 on the 16th of October 2008 as Australian Ind. Movement. With a Version 1 out it was now for the first time possible to free Australia from Indonesian occupation. However, the name of the party was soon changed back to its original title.
Towards the end of October and during the beginning of November, as more Australians came back to Australia to fight in the resistance war, the membership numbers of the Australian Independence Movement exploded. When the Australian United Party ended on the 16th October 2008, there were 37 members. As of November 9, 2008, membership of the AIM was at 151 members. As more and more Australians returned to fight in the resistance war, the membership of the AIM is continued to grow at a rapid rate. The AIM gathered more than 100 members in less than one month, and believes that even though the first resistance war was not successful, it will still be possible for the AIM to gather enough members to become a major political party in Indonesia.
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