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The Australia First Party (NSW) Incorporated (AFP) is an Australian far-right political party founded by Graeme Campbell and currently lead by Jim Saleam. The policies of Australia First have been described as nationalistic, anti-multicultural and economic protectionist. Saleam is a convicted criminal, a former neo-Nazi and founder of the militant Australian white supremacist group National Action. Saleam's criminal convictions include being an accessory before the fact in 1989 for his involvement in the shotgun attack on the home of African National Congress representative Eddie Funde as well as property offenses and fraud in 1984.