Bureaucrat Benefits Balloon Out Of Control

Does Taxpayer Private Jets pass the Pub Test with Australians?

DOES IT PASS THE PUB TEST?Taxpayers forked out more than $365,000 in just six months to send empty VIP jets to collect federal government ministers.The RAAF’s five special-­purpose planes flew without any passengers on 74 occasions to pick up, and return from dropping off, Malcolm Turnbull’s frontbench in the second half of 2017.With exception to the PM, do you think politicians should be on ordinary commuter planes instead of using private jets?#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Jets #PrivateJet #Politicians

Posted by Wade Rothery for Capricornia – Pauline Hanson's One Nation on Sunday, October 7, 2018

DOES IT PASS THE PUB TEST?

Taxpayers forked out more than $365,000 in just six months to send empty VIP jets to collect federal government ministers.

The RAAF’s five special-­purpose planes flew without any passengers on 74 occasions to pick up, and return from dropping off, Malcolm Turnbull’s frontbench in the second half of 2017.

With exception to the PM, do you think politicians should be on ordinary commuter planes instead of using private jets?

$600 million spent on domestic flights for bureaucrats

SHOULD GOVERNMENT BUREAUCRATS BE TRAVELLING BUSINESS CLASS AT YOUR EXPENSE?Bureaucrats are said to rack up $600 million dollars this year on domestic flights, with a staggering number flying business class at your expense.Why don't our current mob of politicians make some noise about this over the top expense to us taxpayers??#Auspol #OneNation #WadeRothery #PaulineHanson #Capricornia #AlanJones

Posted by Wade Rothery for Capricornia – Pauline Hanson's One Nation on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Bureaucrats are said to rack up $600 million dollars this year on domestic flights, with a staggering number flying business class at your expense.

Why don’t our current mob of politicians make some noise about this over the top expense to us taxpayers?

One Nation believes that the perks politicians and bureaucrats receive are out of touch. One Nation’s policy (read here) includes freezing politician pay rises across the country. Steve Dickson outlined the pledge in the last QLD State Election.

One Nation commits to freezing politicians pay

If elected One Nation has committed to freezing politicians pay for the full term.Will the two major parties follow One Nations lead? Or will they once again let down the people of Queensland?Share your thoughts in the comments below.#peoplebeforepolitics #payfreeze #stevedicksonmp #onenation #auspol

Posted by Steve Dickson on Tuesday, November 7, 2017

9 replies
  1. Matthew
    Matthew says:

    It’s so typical when u don’t have a system that is accountable. They make the rules, they steal the money and they think no one is watching. It’s an honor to be a politician not a career.

  2. B R Searle
    B R Searle says:

    good on you Steve , something has got to be done about these pretenders ,freezing their pay cancelling all the perks and stopping all air travel unless they pay themselves. Australia cannot carry these wasters any longer .the best thing that could happen soon is wentworth goes out of the hands of the LIBS and labour is soundly thrashed , we need an independent with no ties to either LNP or ALP that would be a fantastic start.

  3. Glynis Robinson
    Glynis Robinson says:

    No politicians other than the Prime Minister should use tax payer funded private aircraft to go to and from places. They should be made to use economy seats on commercial airlines and if they want business class, then pay the difference out of their OWN POCKETS.

  4. Alan bartlett
    Alan bartlett says:

    With the use of computers and these high tec phones I see no reason why it’s necessary to have politicians / buracats travelling at our expense , i’m Sure these free travel passes can be filtered through a set of rules of travel which includes they pay 25%

  5. Denis Johnson
    Denis Johnson says:

    We all know the Government spending in all facits has gone on too long ,now is the time to squeeze the the entire spending ,and look forward to control the way we are going ,the results will be enjoyed by all,and Australia will be a happy country Denis

  6. Alan Arnell
    Alan Arnell says:

    Tim Nichols is not the leader of the LNP, Deb Frecklin is, apart from that I concur with the idea, alas I do not hold much hope for that to happen. Will you put forward preferential voting on the agenda?.

  7. Lindsay
    Lindsay says:

    Good luck with that Steve. About as much hope as hell freezing over. Wages and Travel costs are just the tip of the iceberg. What about there superannuations packages. Not the same 9% that every other taxpayer gets is it ? (closer to 15% I’m lead to believe). And while on the subject of elections, how about this. You may not vote until you earn a wage above the tax free threshold …. with a few exceptions like older Australians that have paid their taxes for year and years. Why should those not contributing to the taxed pool of money be entitled to a say in the running of the country. Much like if you are not a member of a club or association – you have no vote in electing that committee each year ! Makes sense doesn’t it 🙂

  8. richard charles bury
    richard charles bury says:

    they are quite happy to suspend our entitlements e.g my 10 year long service leave was deemed wages and salary for 2016 because when I received it I was on a part payment while studying and working part time, they threatened to confiscate my assets if I didn’t pay, that’s stealing and throwing 300,000 seniors off the age pension, they built this country it’s their tax money not the 240,0000 foreigners flooding in every year. Vote these globalist lackeys out for good. Richard.

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