GIVE THE BIG 3 THE BOOT
A personal take on:
PAULINE HANSON’S ONE NATION
How many of you have actually bothered to read One Nations’ policies? I finally have and was very surprised, they are realistic, extremely comprehensive and represent most of what Australians generally think but are often afraid to vocalise. I recommend that you read the policies, you too will be surprised.
The media has made a feast of ridiculing and criticizing Pauline Hanson, and Pauline often does herself no favors. No one can deny her passion and determination against all odds, even being jailed unjustly, she keeps bouncing back, with little to gain personally. Voters need to get their heads around the fact that parties are groups of like- minded people, it’s the parties’ policies that should be the focus for voters. Pauline has demonstrated absolute dedication to Australia against all odds, politics has done her no favors and I don’t suspect any personal ulterior motives or cronyism here, unlike Turnbull, Morrison and his pals.
IDEOLOGY – From Wikipedia , Australian nationalism, Conservatism, Right-wing populism
Protectionism, Economic nationalism, Anti-immigration, Anti-Islam, Anti-multiculturalism
These are not the policies of a ‘nutter’ as the media has portrayed Pauline Hanson, I personally support these policies:
Remove Australia from the U.N. Refugee Convention
Australia now has a population of 25 million people and there is clear evidence, in our major cities that we are unable to manage economically, socially or environmentally, with the rate of growth driven by immigration.
Asylum seekers, in general, should make an application for asylum in the first safe country they reach.
Indonesia, the largest Muslim country in the world, is not a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention. In 2017 it is reported that 14,093 individuals traveled to Indonesia from Afghanistan, Somalia, and Myanmar in the hope of getting to Christmas Island and obtain rights to asylum in Australia. These people await a change of government in the hope of travelling by boat to Australia.
STATE SPECIFIC POLICIES-Qld
MY RATINGS- 4/5
VERDICT- If they stand a candidate in my region they have 2nd vote.
I support the majority of One Nation's Policies
DON’T LIKE- firearms and gun control , energy , climate change policies.
WOULD LIKE TO SEE- Policy on the threat from China, family violence policy
QUESTIONABLE – I’m not so sure about One Nations Stance on these issues-
FAMILY LAW AND CHILD SUPPORT – Vague
CLIMATE CHANGE – vague, possibly denial
FIREARMS AND GUN CONTROL – Supports Responsible gun ownership? (Is there such a thing?)
ENERGY - Not so keen on the low emissions coal energy policy
MISSING - The threat from China
Law and Order- Missing, family violence
BRANCHES– NSW , WA, SA, QLD
WHO ARE THE FACES OF THE PARTY? –
QLD-Pauline Hanson, Leader of One Nation and Senator for Queensland. Stephen Andrew, Member for Mirani. Steve Dickson, Queensland Leader and Senate Candidate. Malcolm Roberts, Queensland Senate Candidate. Wade Rothery, Candidate for Capricornia. Paul Henselin, Candidate for Fairfax. Sharon Lohse, Candidate for Flynn. Damian Huxham, Candidate for Hinkler. Matthew Thomson, Candidate for Longman. Rosemary Moulden,Candidate for Maranoa. Nikhil Aai Reddy, Candidate for Petrie
NSW- Mark Latham, NSW Leader and Legislative Council Candidate
S.A- Jennifer Game, Lead SA Senate Candidate
W.A- Peter Georgiou, Senator for Western Australia. Colin Tincknell, Western Australia Leader and Member for South-West Region. Charles Smith, Member for East Metro Region. Robin Scott, Member for Mining Pastoral Region . Sheila Mundy, Candidate for Cowan. Tyler Walsh, Candidate for Moore. Sandra Old, Candidate for Pearce
RED FLAGS - Other than Pauline Hanson herself, ( and that would depend on how you view her)
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