Help One Nation Get Australia Out of the United Nations

The United Nations is a con.They've come to the conclusion that Australia and similar countries need to contribute to a fund to the tune of $100 Billion per year to support their crusade against climate change. What a joke!It's time to STOP taking money out of Australia and START putting it towards Australians.

Posted by Steve Dickson - Pauline Hanson's One Nation on Monday, December 17, 2018

#AusExit – One Nation says pull out of Paris Accord & UN

The United Nations is a con.

They’ve come to the conclusion that Australia and similar countries need to contribute to a fund to the tune of $100 Billion per year to support their crusade against climate change. What a joke!

It’s time to STOP taking money out of Australia and START putting it towards Australians.

Australia’s economy will be among the worst hit by the Paris climate change agreement, enduring slower growth, fewer jobs and a “notable” 6% slump in exchange rate according to a new report published in today’s Australian.

That’s before Labor almost doubles the current Government’s renewable energy target to 45 – 50%.

Mark my words, we are fools to remain a signatory to this industry / jobs and economy destroying Paris Agreement.

Donald Trump had the sense to remove America from the list of participating countries and it’s about time Australia did the same.

Instead, our politicians have swallowed the scaremongering of former Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery.

In 2005, Flannery predicted Sydney’s dams could be dry in as little as two years because global warming was drying up the rains, leaving the city “facing extreme difficulties with water”.

RUBBISH

In 2008, Flannery said: “The water problem is so severe for Adelaide that it may run out of water by early 2009.”

AGAIN RUBBISH

In 2007, Flannery predicted cities such as Brisbane would never again have dam-filling rains, as global warming had caused “a 20 percent decrease in rainfall in some areas” and made the soil too hot, “so even the rain that falls isn’t actually going to fill our dams and river systems … “.

MORE RUBBISH

When we listen to the advice of people who’s claims have repeatedly not been true, everyone in Australia suffers.

7 replies
  1. Lisa Nicholls
    Lisa Nicholls says:

    Thank you, for all you do for Australia and Australians.
    We need more real and honest Politicians like yourself Pauline and Team.
    Yes, Australia needs to give that 10billion to our Farmers.
    Every family needs a farmer.
    No Farmers No Food, they crucial for life, the real VIP’s
    No loans rubbish, give them and other Australians disaster relief and assistance, our and their own hard earned tax payers money back when required, as you have stated already.
    Yes, the very necessary immigration control and cap also. .
    Looking forward to meeting you at the next Election Campaign.

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  2. Lindsay Gibson
    Lindsay Gibson says:

    Two very good articles today. I was amazed by the revelations re Cubby Station given by Malcolm Roberts (alas, not a Senator anymore). As for the UN…we must get out of that poxy blood sucking organisation ASAP.

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  3. Danny Kooyong
    Danny Kooyong says:

    The UN revealed recently that despite the huge cash flow into it, it’s still not enough to pay for the organisation’s bloated beauracracy. I say defund the whole thing and let it die.

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  4. Thomas Brown
    Thomas Brown says:

    Pull out of the Paris Agreement that is the best thing Australia and all others should do. Steve Dickson made it so clear.

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  5. A
    A says:

    Being a greenie, I have the following to say:

    1. Carbon Dioxide is required by plants. So in actual fact, we are helping the environment by producing CO2. This in turn helps animals that need the plants. It will alo assist farming efforts.

    2. Yes, the climate is changing. This happens on a regular basis and has been going on since BEFORE humans set foot on earth.

    3. Reducing our CO2 emissions will not reduce the CO2 emissions from China and India.

    4. If we pull out of the UN and Paris Accord, we can be pioneers in sensible solutions for the environment whilst being able to provide for our own people. The UN is now just a corporate puppet without any vested interest in the people of representative nations. At least do what US President Donald Trump did, and pull out of the UNHRC.

    5. We can save lots of trees by getting rid of useless governmentagencies hogging up resources such as electricity (to power the huge servers required to store the information as required by red tape), water (for the plumbing to flush the excrement produced by their employees), and paper (produced by all the forms and paperwork that they require for all that red tape).

    I care about the environment, unlike our major parties. Even though I’m not yet sold on support I’ve seen towards Adani, I’m looking into this too. Other than this, I’d say One Nation’s policies will inadvertently clean up the environment. Not a bad thing.

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  6. Bruni Brewin
    Bruni Brewin says:

    Make sure that you vote One Nation at the Federal Election and get some sense back into funding and running the country for Australians already living in the country. I would like to see that we only give working visas for people wanting to immigrate to Australia. These require to be renewed every year for a minimum of 3 years. That way, we can send those home to their own countries if they don’t obey the rules of being Australians. If they plunder, bring in drugs and sell them, or defraud in any other way we don’t want them to become Australians. This isn’t racism. This is looking after a lifestyle we want for our children, grandchildren and their families. We don’t wish that to degenerate into a country where parents can’t decide how and when they want to teach their children about values and life. Get rid of those that set others against us. Send them back to where they came from. That is not racism, that makes for a safe country.

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