Pauline Hanson goes after Multinationals who don't pay tax in Australia

$71.9 billion dollars ripped out of Australia by 39 multinationals and not a single cent in tax!This is just one of the reasons why Senator Peter Georgiou and myself will not support unlimited corporate tax cuts in Australia.One Nation have taken the responsible steps to support companies in Australia with a turnover of $50 million receiving a tax cut, but have backed out of supporting unlimited tax cuts after the Governments recent Budget.Until the Liberal / Nationals and Labor get serious about reining in multinational companies and their tax obligations to the Australian people, I cannot in good conscience support further cuts.This Government and the next MUST get serious about reducing the level of debt Australia is in.#Auspol #OneNation #CompanyTaxCuts #PeterGeorgiou

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, May 31, 2018

$72 Billion in Revenue and $0.00 in tax

$71.9 billion dollars ripped out of Australia by 39 multinationals and not a single cent in tax!

This is just one of the reasons why Senator Peter Georgiou and myself will not support unlimited corporate tax cuts in Australia.

One Nation have taken the responsible steps to support companies in Australia with a turnover of $50 million receiving a tax cut, but have backed out of supporting unlimited tax cuts after the Governments recent Budget.

Until the Liberal / Nationals and Labor get serious about reining in multinational companies and their tax obligations to the Australian people, I cannot in good conscience support further cuts.

This Government and the next MUST get serious about reducing the level of debt Australia is in.

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    • M Heininger
      M Heininger says:

      I’ve heard that over 60% of Australians support big business tax cuts. Where did they get this information? No one asked me but then I am female, a pensioner and living in rural Australia so I guess that doesn’t country. Before that I was a low income earner. If Pauline is serious about listening to what Australians really want then ask people like me. I think we need to set up a hot line or web site advertised to take ordinary Australians opinions.

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  1. Peter Zazlan
    Peter Zazlan says:

    I believe Party donations will ‘influence’ many, to agree, big Corporations need to pay either NO, or less tax, using funds for the upcoming Election campaign.
    A ‘win-win’ for Corporations, as either Party will site they ‘won’ a mandate to introduce a lower ‘wealth’ tax, while stalling reforms to stop all Tax-Free loopholes.
    O.N. should seek any ‘back door ‘ payments / donations, especially gagging the media to any negative publicity.
    Lawyers siting ‘Privacy’ and ‘Confidentiality’ , that would show who actually will benefit, requires scrutiny, will any large Corporation, openly state where ‘tax cut $’ will go ?.
    We already have the Chinese ‘getting their way here, so Australians need to know, how much influence the ‘big end of town’ already has, as not to pay tax, let alone getting away with it, for so long.

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  2. Robert
    Robert says:

    Agree. Thank you. Also, the top 200 Australian Businesses that (according to an ATO Report) paid less than 10% or NO tax. Get them to pay tax. I am also upset at the retrogressive GST that hits the lower income earners. Increase the tax on the RICH and give the normal Australian a go. While I am here, support local PV and stop supporting the foreign owned energy sector….I am rather mad with the LNP/ALP for selling off my country. I am an Australian from mixed race and the LNP/ALP are making it HARD for normal people.

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    • Elaine Herold
      Elaine Herold says:

      You are so right, ALP & LNP are selling out our country, It is only a short time before be are a 3rd world country., Government is strangling Australian Small Busiess, peoples Super, Life Savings, in favour or NON TAX PAYING MULTINATIONALS. Pauline please stick to your guns and support the Australian citizens who are being sold out in every direction. Sadly too many people do not see the big picture, There are no free rides, and someone has to pay in the end. and that will be you THE PUBLIC….THE WORKER.

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  3. Danny Kooyong
    Danny Kooyong says:

    The public opinion survey over business tax cuts was worded in such a way that the results would favour the cuts. In short, it was likely funded by big business.
    Don’t know a single person in my community that supports tax cuts to big business.
    If the government wants to give tax relief, cut income tax. By a lot.

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  4. Ken Benson
    Ken Benson says:

    I am sad and disappointed that so many politicians are so artificial and dishonest there retaining their position is all that they care about, not what damage is being done to the country. Pauline continues to show her love for Australia and searching for what is best. There are so few like her. Last night on Sky I really understood and felt Pauline’s frustration which always comes with honesty and total commitment which ALL of us support and follow her. Final decision on any discussions may come after making changes along the way, but the final decision can only be made then. We are continuing to fight with power costs, horrible debt, overcrowded cities to name a few without Pauline and only a few others there is no hope. God Bless Pauline and Australia.

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  5. Bruce dales
    Bruce dales says:

    Good on you Pauline, I worked in the off sure gas industry and to know how they are ripping us off annoys the crap out of me , keep up the pressure, the majority of true Australian are for you and when the pressure gets great on you Think of us and why you fight XOX

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  6. Severino Serena
    Severino Serena says:

    Pauline, you are as the news says the: “ex fish and chips shop worker”. That’s makes of you one of us!!!!!! That’s definition, makes of you a hero to people like me. That’s what makes me thinking, (an ex Liberal and Labor voter) You will have my vote.
    I agree, let the bastards pay tax and try to catch the Politicians who take money in tax free haven oversea.
    Australia with forced medications and vaccines, in a decade or more, will be in poverty.
    A child in two will be autistic. We have since a century ago, the Natural therapies to win any disease, but for money, we need to use drugs. Medicine today is a crime against humanity not to use H2o2, H2o3, Cellular Medicine, Orthomolecular medicine and so on.
    The present Government, already has a law to abolish natural therapies.
    There is more money in Legal Drugs than illegal, and Coalition and Labor, support Legal
    Drugs. Of Course World Health Organisation, takes one third of it’s revenue (I think Legal Bribes) from Pharmaceutical Companies. So our University do the same.
    That’s why Multinationals don’t pay taxes. They are protected by both Liberals and Labor.

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  7. Sam
    Sam says:

    Hey Pauline

    Speaking of being ripped off the ABC/SBS cost the tax payer billions. Can you sell them off and let their mates from the left support them via advertising?

    They are just like the BBC putting their globalist masters before the people.

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  8. Frankie Jeffs
    Frankie Jeffs says:

    Why oh why do they let these idiots run our country. Any ordinary Australian can see the problems we are having. .Good on you Pauline for speaking up for the people of Australia. Stop immigration as well as the tax problems, power costs etc etc.

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  9. Robert Buckley
    Robert Buckley says:

    Totally agree Ken, there needs to be big changes, if we keep going like the way the country being run we are truly doomed

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  10. Daniel Simms
    Daniel Simms says:

    Stick to your guns Pauline. Tax cuts can come later and give them to the PAYE working class Aussie’s first. The Governments of Australia, all levels of government need to cut spending. Australians have become so reliant on government handouts they vote for the biggest giver of free handouts. We need to think of ways to get though to the thinking Australians and the young people not yet voting that community should come before self. It’s a long term plan (dream) but there are back to basics, ground roots level, community interaction ways of involving people and it does not have to be a political rally……but in the mean time, you are a bloody “Aussie Super Woman” keep up the good fight. The big end of Town need to be brought to knee and made pay their way or get out of Australia.

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  11. john mackenzie
    john mackenzie says:

    Pauline it’s obvious Ben Fordom didn’t want to do anything other then discredit you from the start. So do us all a favor don’t ever talk to him again, because I will never listen to his show ever again.
    When he treats you with so much disrespect as he did he is treating a lot of Australian’s who hold you in VERY high regard as I do with disrespect. As for that low life ((back stabbing dog)) Brian Burstyn, who would ever vote for him ever again! John Mackenzie

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  12. Renata
    Renata says:

    The same multinationals receiving the tax cuts are sending our jobs off shore to the Philippines, India, and other third world countries so that they can protect their own P & L accounts and balance sheets. Ozzies have then got to go to Centrelink. The multinationals bottom line on their profit and loss accounts and balance sheets are propped up by the tax payer through Centrelink. Yet another tax payer gift to the multinationals. More profit for the multinationals. Why ??

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  13. Jim
    Jim says:

    Please keep an eye on the idiocy of cyclists getting their one metre immunity zone: Today they, cyclists, travelling at up to 50kmh and more, happily pass pedestrians, giving them a clearance 5 centimetres, or less! I – an octogenarian who was walking on the left side of a footpath – got hit in the back by one, or two cyclists. Neither stopped to see if I was injured! I left quite a blood; and skin, smear!
    I am a bit old to start a movement. But, if any one is interested in discussing how we, pedestrians, get a one metre immunity law, that includes immunity from cyclists, started? Well, I have a great idea on a ‘Pedestrian Club’; (plus additional ideas). Happy to talk!
    Jim ‘the ancient’
    furthermore, if any

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