It shouldn’t be controversial to say Australians are proud of our Anzacs.

But activists and elites want that to change.

They want to make it a political football – or kill it with silence.

They say it’s “bogan halloween” or a “Trojan Horse for racism, sexism, toxic masculinity, violence, homophobia and discrimination”.1

It’s time to draw a line in the sand.

We’re proud of the men and women in the Defence Force today who carry on the Anzac legacy.

They put their lives on the line for you and I and demonstrate unwavering commitment and readiness to make the ultimate sacrifice.

That’s why it’s important to acknowledge the courage and resilience that define Australian service members, past and present.

Despite the increasing push from activists to politicise Anzac Day, mainstream Australians still understand what this day means.

So let’s stand up for our Anzacs just as they have stood up for us.

Sign the open letter to say thank you to our great service men and women and all they have given our country!

1 Former ABC contributor Catherine Deveny, writing on social media

We thank you

Dear Service Men and Women of Australia,

Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our great country.

Thank you for giving your best years to defending us from our foes and embodying our Australian values.

I am proud of you and I reject attempts of activists and elites to denigrate your role in our country.

And I refuse to let them play down the importance of Anzac Day.

I stand against their attacks on our country and attacks on you and the job you do.

Our country wouldn’t be the same without your dedication and resilience.

So this Anzac Day, remember that when you march, remember, acknowledge, and celebrate, we are with you.

We back you all the way.

Goal: 20,000 SIGNATURES

Will you sign?