More Bill Shorten Lies

Bill Shorten has been saying Labor will protect Australian jobs during this by-election. The sad TRUTH is, Bill Shorten gave away more than 68,000 Australian jobs to foreigners when he was Workplace Minister under the Gillard Government.It's time Bill Shorten's lies were exposed.https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/457-stats-state-territory-june13.pdf#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #BillShorten #Longman #Lies

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Shifty Shorten Sends Battler Jobs Overseas

Bill Shorten has been saying Labor will protect Australian jobs during this by-election.

The sad TRUTH is, Bill Shorten gave away more than 68,000 Australian jobs to foreigners when he was Workplace Minister under the Gillard Government.

It’s time Bill Shorten’s lies were exposed.

Zero Net Immigration - Steve Dickson on Sky News

ZERO NET IMMIGRATIONThe government is funding its budget by banking on Australia taking in millions immigrants. It's nothing but a Ponzi scheme that will all come falling down if we don't stop it.Our roads are failing, our cities are choking, our farmers face droughts and are struggling to supply the country with food and government services can't keep up.One Nation advocates zero net immigration, which means Australia doesn't take a single extra person into the country than the amount that leaves the country.#immigration #paulinehanson #onenation #auspol

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Steve Dickson Slams 1 Million Immigrant Influx

ZERO NET IMMIGRATION

The government is funding its budget by banking on Australia taking in millions immigrants. It’s nothing but a Ponzi scheme that will all come falling down if we don’t stop it.

Our roads are failing, our cities are choking, our farmers face droughts and are struggling to supply the country with food and government services can’t keep up.

One Nation advocates zero net immigration, which means Australia doesn’t take a single extra person into the country than the amount that leaves the country.

Steve Dickson took to Sky News to drop some home truths on where this country is headed if we don’t stop the influx.

Chinese Developer offers Australian Residency to Buyers

Everyone knows that I have long been warning about the weak laws governing the sale of Australian land to foreign…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, July 16, 2018

From the Daily Telegraph (read the full story here):

FIONA WINGETT

A CHINESE developer is promising Asian investors they will also get a “permanent resident visa in as little as six months” if they buy into a Hunter Valley land deal.

Profit Palace Group also promises “quick” connections to powerful politicians and even access to Australia’s “social welfare benefits”.

But a Daily Telegraph investigation can today reveal how the company’s pledge to help wealthy Chinese families “easily acquire” a “high-quality lifestyle” is built on lies — even listing on its website “co-operating” lawyers and local politicians who have nothing to do with the project.

And now the state government will this morning demand a “high-level briefing”.

The 223-lot estate in the sleepy town of Millfield has outraged locals, who warn it could double the population and wipe out their rural community if it goes ahead.

A translation of the Profit Palace website reveals how it links “owning 750sqm” of land in its estate with helping buyers gain access to a 132A visa — a special type of entry reserved for “high-calibre” business people.

“After being granted this visa, the applicant and their family members can enjoy the social welfare benefits that Australian citizens are entitled to,” boasts the company, headed by a Jiang “James” Xiao.

“At the moment, this project has received NSW state government and local city government support. The project’s approval process is close to complete, and the 132 visa has received pre-approval.”

It goes on to say: “Even if you don’t understand English, you can quickly get connected to Australian political and business circles. You and your friends can leisurely ride horses, or have a sandboarding competition.

“You can enjoy picking grapes in your own backyard, appreciate the beautiful sunrise, or study winemaking … of course you can also take a hot-air balloon ride and enjoy the Hunter Valley’s unique Brokeback (sic) Mountain, have a helicopter adventure, or enjoy the folk music festival.”

The website includes a photo of Mr Xiao with Parramatta MP Geoff Lee in his electorate office. However, Mr Lee denies any knowledge of the company.

“I do not know anything about this company or the site. That picture was used without my permission — and I will be writing to them to ask them to remove my photo,” he said. “I can’t remember when the photo was taken. The background is in my old office and we moved about 18 months ago.”

Highly respected immigration lawyer Nigel Dobbie is also pictured on the website and described as a “co-operating lawyer”. But he, too, has no knowledge of the deal.

“This is outrageous,” he told The Telegraph. “I am nothing to do with that company or that project. They used to be in the same building as me but that is it.”

Mr Dobbie also said there was “no requirement” to purchase property to be eligible for a 132A visa.

The website also leads viewers to believe it has already sold nine properties.

Yet The Daily Telegraph can reveal that no properties have yet been sold.

A map used on the site with “SOLD” images over parcels of land is actually for another Hunter Valley development.

Repeated messages left for Mr Xiao have not been returned.

He is described on the site as chief executive director of Rundu Australia, but a search shows no company registered under that name.

He is a registered director of Profit Palace Pty Ltd, in which he holds 20 shares.

A person called Yan Hou, based in Guangzhou, China, holds the other 80 shares.

Mr Xiao’s office is listed as Suite 1701, 31 Market Street, Sydney, but the number is ­disconnected.

When The Telegraph tracked him down, Mr Xiao referred us to assistant Chelsea Chen, who said the office had relocated to Rhodes. She refused to give the address.

Ms Chen could not supply the cost of any of the land, or house and land packages, saying it was “early days”.

The website also flags a “famous” hotel brand would be part of the development, “estimated to include … 50 guest rooms, a gym, entertainment room, sauna, private club, high class dining and other entertainment facilities”.

But there is no planning application for such facilities.

A spokesman for Planning Minister Anthony Roberts last night said: “The Minister is very concerned about the comments made by the proponent that seem to indicate planning approvals have been granted that haven’t been.

“He will be seeking a high-level briefing from the Department on Monday over the exact details of the approval process and any details that have been entered into.

“The Minister has been a harsh critic of inappropriate foreign investment and will be keeping a close eye on this.”

Cessnock councillor Paul Dunn said the council could not control who bought properties. “If it’s for sale, it’s for sale … Who they market it to is not a determining factor in giving approval,” Mr Dunn said.

The development has caused huge controversy in Millfield, which has a population of 1006.

The sleepy town is about 15km southwest of Cessnock. The main road still houses the 82-year-old clapboard village hall, now a private home, which once hosted debutante balls and wedding receptions.

Mount View Road, where the new estate is planned, is even quieter.

Sue Taylor, who lives opposite the site, said: “It’s appalling. It’s just not the right kind of development for here. The peace and quiet, that people move here for, will be gone.”

Pauline Hanson and Matthew Stephen Correct the Record

FAKE NEWS CORRECTED.Well, the final two weeks of the Longman by-election are here and Labor and the Unions have tried making out our candidate has a trail of debt. The truth is, Matt openly admits he and his business went through tough financial times in 2015 when a major builder failed to pay his business almost $250,000 dollars. It almost sent him broke. But rather than file the bankruptcy paperwork, he worked double the hours and traded his way back.Bill Shorten and Labor will stop at nothing to tarnish One Nation and Matthew Stephen.You be the judge, but ultimately our bloke knows the struggles of being a small business person and a tradie, unlike the suits that walk the halls of Canberra who've never worked a day in their life.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Sunday, July 15, 2018

Matthew Stephen: Battler through Bad Business Times

FAKE NEWS CORRECTED.

Well, the final two weeks of the Longman by-election are here and Labor and the Unions have tried making out our candidate has a trail of debt.

The truth is, Matt openly admits he and his business went through tough financial times in 2015 when a major builder failed to pay his business almost $250,000 dollars. It almost sent him broke.

But rather than file the bankruptcy paperwork, he worked double the hours and traded his way back.

Bill Shorten and Labor will stop at nothing to tarnish One Nation and Matthew Stephen.

You be the judge, but ultimately our bloke knows the struggles of being a small business person and a tradie, unlike the suits that walk the halls of Canberra who’ve never worked a day in their life.

GST BOOST

GST OVERHAUL | Finally Malcolm Turnbull and his team listened to my calls on behalf of all West Australians for a FAIRER share of GST.It's come but at what cost ??I'd love to hear from you and your thoughts on this too!#GSTForWA #OneNation #PeterGeorgiou #Auspol #WApol

Posted by Peter Georgiou - One Nation Senator for Western Australia on Thursday, July 5, 2018

Senator Georgiou and WA Win on GST

One Nation Senator for Western Australia Peter Georgiou has cautiously offered a luke-warm response to the state’s 4.7 billion dollar Goods and Services Tax windfall following the long awaited findings from the Productivity Commission’s review into the GST saga.
“Being a passionate advocate for GST reform I am pleased Treasurer Scott Morrison has listened to my calls on behalf of all Western Australians for a better and bigger slice of the GST pie” he said.
“This has been long overdue and finally it’s good to see that after eight years Western Australia can expect to see some GST justice!” he added.
“That money will allow the state government to use the funds for schools, hospitals and road upgrades and other infrastructure as needed”.
The Senator also added that in reality, the Commonwealth was doing the minimum as a step toward genuine GST reform.
He said it was clear from the PC report, Western Australia generated more state-sourced revenue than any other state and as a result had been penalised for its achievements over the last decade.
“So what Scott Morrison and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are offering WA is at the very least, what this great state deserves”.
“At the same time I am concerned the government will be forced to dip into its own coffers to the tune of billions of dollars to “ensure no state is worse off”.
“I remain unconvinced about the Commonwealth’s desire or intent to pay off the nation’s rapidly rising debt and have concerns about its budgetary and fiscal management skills”.

“Haven’t Read It” Shorten says on Power Price Cut Report

This week the ACCC released its Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry report, confirming power prices are far too high and slamming the failures of past Government’s regulation of power prices.

In response, Bill Shorten accused others of, “trying to use the report’s recommendations to placate the ‘knuckle-draggers of the cave-dwelling right of the Liberal Party’ with coal-fired power stations and calling for greater investment in renewable energy.” Australian 12/7

You would be forgiven for thinking Shorten would have actually read the report before making that accusation. After making his accusation he was:

“Asked whether he had read the report, Mr Shorten said: ‘No, I haven’t read the report.’

Its just another demonstration of what Australian’s can expect for their power bills under a Labor government.

Here’s just a few snippets of what the ACCC report said:

ACCC said:

“Low income households pay a much higher share of disposable income on electricity. They should not be paying more for electricity because of poor past decisions or inappropriate market behaviour.”

“The tightening of supply and demand, brought about mainly by the exit of large coal-fired generators, has seen a general ‘lift’ in wholesale prices.”

What One Nation has said in the past on coal fired power stations:

Pauline Hanson asked for 3 new coal fired power stations

Again the National Party have tried stealing another One Nation policy.During the last sitting of Parliament, I put to the Government that North Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria all need a new coal fired power station built to drive electricity prices down.I was told NO quite soon after that discussion took place.I wasn't shy about my plans either – I made sure people in Canberra knew I wanted them. Clearly that's where the National Party picked up the idea and ran with it today in the Australian. Perhaps the National Party can come and have a meeting with me and I'll share a some additional policies they can help me drive. Let's start with the Cane Growers Code of Conduct. Forget more reviews, there's been a Prime Minister's Inquiry under Abbott and a Senate Inquiry too. Both recommended a Code of Conduct. Review after review are simply time wasters, designed to stall the process.#Auspol #CaneGrowers #PaulineHanson #Labor #Nationals #LNP #OneNation

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, July 3, 2018

“2017 Australian Energy Regulator figures reveal almost 60,000 households were on electricity hardship payments and another 151,862 customers were on electricity payment plans.

If we want cheap electricity in Australia, we must continue using coal fire power stations until renewable energy costs come down further. Stop knocking them down!

We must also FORCE gas and oil companies to open up the retention leases in Commonwealth waters to open up the flow of cheap gas.

We have a ‘domestic gas reserve’ policy in Western Australia which means 15% of gas produced off the West Coast must be given to the WA State Government to pass onto residents and businesses at cost price.

That would bring gas prices down to around $6.50 a gigajoule. Around half the current price we’re paying!” 30 March 2018.

Pauline Hanson calls for Gas Retention Leases to END in Australian Waters

News this morning that electricity prices are seeing record numbers of of almost 1000 homes a week in Victoria having their power cut off for failing to pay bills on time.2017 Australian Energy Regulator figures reveal almost 60,000 households were on electricity hardship payments and another 151,862 customers were on electricity payment plans.If we want cheap electricity in Australia, we must continue using coal fire power stations until renewable energy costs come down further. Stop knocking them down! We must also FORCE gas and oil companies to open up the retention leases in Commonwealth waters to open up the flow of cheap gas. We have a 'domestic gas reserve' policy in Western Australia which means 15% of gas produced off the West Coast must be given to the WA State Government to pass onto residents and businesses at cost price.That would bring gas prices down to around $6.50 a gigajoule. Around half the current price we're paying!#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Gas #DomesticGasPolicy #Electricity #Victoria

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, March 29, 2018

ACCC said:

“Policies associated with the objective of reducing carbon emissions have been problematic. Australia has committed, through international treaties, to reduce its carbon emissions. The electricity sector has, understandably, been a key focus for these efforts given the historically carbon-intensive nature of electricity generation. However, various policy failures here have hurt consumers.”

What One Nation has said in the past on international treaty climate change policy:

ACCC said:

“Gas prices have doubled or tripled in recent years. We estimate that for every $1/GJ rise in gas prices, the wholesale price of electricity rises by up to $11/MWh … Encouraging increased supply of competitively priced gas is crucial to moderating electricity prices.”

What One Nation has said in the past on gas power prices:

Pauline Hanson says "Use it, or Lose it" to gas companies

Let's be clear on something, Australia does not have a shortage of gas. We have an abundance of conventional, cheap gas off the coast of Western Australia waiting to be brought onshore. We need the small number of multinational gas companies who own the rights to a large number of gas tenements/leases to turn on the tap.Successive Governments have issued retention leases for up to 40 years, even though gas companies refuse to pump the gas.I will be pushing for a "Use it, or Lose it" approach to these companies and ensure Australia does not face an even greater shortage or increased gas and electricity prices in this country. #Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Gas #Electricity #DomesticNeeds #Export

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, September 26, 2017

As the ACCC said in its report, successive Liberal and Labor Governments have failed Australians when it comes to electricity prices. One Nation is the only party that can be trusted to bring up the tough issues, do the research and fix power prices.

Climate Change, Power Prices, Family Law & More | Pauline Hanson on Sunrise

Is there a single person here who didn't think it was a bad idea to sign up to the Paris Agreement?I've visited a number of small business and charities recently and their monthly power bills are horrific. Knocking down coal fired power stations and subsidising unreliable wind and solar, just to satisfy an agreement we never should have signed will only make things worse.Australians are sick of being dictated to by unelected bureaucrat with no regard for the best interests of Australians. We should never have signed the Paris Agreement and we should pull out as soon as we can!I discussed this and more on Sunrise this morning and as always I would love to hear what you have to say about all the topics we covered.Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Sunday, July 8, 2018

“Pull Out of UN Paris Agreement Now” – Pauline Hanson

Is there a single person here who didn’t think it was a bad idea to sign up to the Paris Agreement?

I’ve visited a number of small business and charities recently and their monthly power bills are horrific. Knocking down coal fired power stations and subsidising unreliable wind and solar, just to satisfy an agreement we never should have signed will only make things worse.

Australians are sick of being dictated to by unelected bureaucrat with no regard for the best interests of Australians. We should never have signed the Paris Agreement and we should pull out as soon as we can!

I discussed this and more on Sunrise this morning and as always I would love to hear what you have to say about all the topics we covered.

Labor Begs Dastyari to Come Back

From The Daily Telegraph.

Sam Dastyari should return to politics, says NSW Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain.

By Kylar Loussikian.

NSW state Labor secretary Kaila Murnain has begged disgraced former senator Sam Dastyari to return to the political frontline.

Mr Dastyari was seen as a rising ALP star before a scandal over his links to Chinese interests forced him to quit in December.

Ms Murnain praised Mr Dastyari last night in a TV interview. “Sam, if you’re watching, we do want you back,” she told Sky News host and The Daily Telegraphjournalist Sharri Markson. “He has enormous talent. Frankly the Labor Party is very lucky to think that we might be able to get him back at some point in some capacity,” she said.

Since resigning, Mr Dastyari has regularly appeared on The Kyle and Jackie O Showon KIIS FM and works with political consultants Essential Media.

But Mr Dastyari dismissed the idea of returning to politics. “For the first time in my adult life I can wake up and not have to freak out about what’s in the papers,” he said. “The rush you get for being able to sleep at night is far better than the adrenaline of politics.”

Mr Dastyari, a former NSW state secretary, resigned from the Senate after contradicting the party’s policy on the South China Sea and with concerns about his close relationship to political ­donors with links to Beijing.

Mark Latham & Pauline Hanson Tell Longman about Bill Shortens Lies

The major parties and the Greens have been put LAST on our how to vote cards in the byelection of Longman. With 11 candidates in the running, that's a long way down the list.Thanks to your membership and kind donations to the party, we've been able to light a little fire under Labor by rebuking their lies with some straight, honest phone calls from former Labor leader, Mark Latham. The phone calls cost us quite a few dollars to put out across Longman, but thanks to the media, the whole country now knows Bill Shorten and Labor have told too many lies and have been caught out.It's these lies that have made me decide to put Labor second last on our how to vote cards and if they want to continue with their lies over the next few weeks, they've got a whole lot more punishment yet to come.#Auspol #PaulineHanson #OneNation #Longman #LaborLies

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, July 10, 2018

One Nation Supporters Create National Media Mania

Thanks to your membership and kind donations to the party, we’ve been able to light a little fire under Labor by rebuking their lies with some straight, honest phone calls from former Labor leader, Mark Latham.

The phone calls cost us a few dollars to put out across Longman, but thanks to the media, the whole country now knows Bill Shorten and Labor have told too many lies and have been caught out.

It’s these lies that have made me decide to put Labor second last on our how to vote cards and if they want to continue with their lies over the next few weeks, they’ve got a whole lot more punishment yet to come.

Peter Alexander gives in to political correctness

A piece of clothing stating 'BOYS WILL BE BOYS' has been removed from Peter Alexander stores this week after complaints that it was seen as 'sexist' and excusing boys of their behaviour. This completely innocent phrase has become yet another victim of PC madness. What are your thoughts, should this piece of clothing have been taken off the shelves?#PCMadness #politicalcorrectness #OneNation #Auspol #PeterAlexander #boyswillbeboys

Posted by Steve Dickson on Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Peter Alexander Buckles to Political Correctness

A piece of clothing stating ‘BOYS WILL BE BOYS’ has been removed from Peter Alexander stores this week after complaints that it was seen as ‘sexist’ and excusing boys of their behaviour.

This completely innocent phrase has become yet another victim of PC madness.

What are your thoughts, should this piece of clothing have been taken off the shelves?