2. Australia becomes a republic following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and I am its first President.
Following a new constitution that enshrines the right and just supremacy of Anglo-Saxon, Celtic and Northern European Australians, a mass deportation and/or execution of undesirables paves the way for a brighter, whiter future.
Canberra ceases to be the capital and the ACT is dissolved.
Australia becomes a major producer and exporter of hemp products and its natural assets are seized from foreign ownership to be run by the government, along with essential services.
Centrelink is replaced with a new department that ensures welfare is available for those in need, not for the lazy and deceitful.
Whites in Africa, the US, Canada, Europe and Britain/Eire are offered asylum from the growing violence of their respective governments and undesirable imports.
Foreign aid is stopped entirely and the money, along with the billions saved from the eradication of aboriginals, is reallocated to building a fast and reliable communications network.
All forms of political correctness and associated madness are flushed out of the country via legislation, termination of employment and necessary executions.
Free trade agreements with Asian countries are scrapped and new ones made with suitable economic allies, with a preference to companies aligning with the new republic's values.
The Outback is demolished and all cities are required to have aesthetically desirable centers which include decent public space, fountains, greenery and shade.
DST is ended permanently.
Australia establishes itself as a destination for Western culture, a leader in technology and pioneer in resource conscious planning and development.
Corporal punishment is reintroduced to schools, under strict guidelines, and decriminalized in the home under a new Restoration of Parental Rights Act. The act also includes directives on state and private bodies communication with parents, a clear separation between the adult and child; and for the first time a separate social and legal category for teenagers, with adulthood formally beginning at 20.
3. Statues and plazas dedicated to important figures in the city's history, works which celebrate Western culture and buildings which incorporate beautifying elements.