Pauline Hits the Dirt Road Again

No stranger to red dust, Pauline Hanson has hit the regions again in an impromptu tour of regional Queensland. Making her way to Capricornia, inland and north from there, Pauline has yet again hit the towns that most politicians can’t be bothered to spend the time at.

Her first stop was to Yeppoon, the beachside Central Queensland town 8 hours north of Brisbane. While there she went live on Sky News and had a few words to say about foreign ownership and the Paris Agreement.

Stop Foreign Ownership of Australia

One Nation is for an Australia owned by Australians. Our next door neighbours in New Zealand have just banned foreign home ownership.Yet, our government still allows our ports, power, railways, water and public assets to be sold off to the highest overseas bidder. The madness has to stop!https://www.onenation.org.au/policies/foreign-ownership/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Monday, October 22, 2018

Cut power prices | Businesses shutting down

The United Nation's Paris Agreement does absolutely nothing to help Aussie households pay for power bills and household expenses.The time to pull out is now!

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Monday, October 22, 2018

Pauline also dropped in to see Stephen Andrew, One Nation MP for Mirani at Sarina as she made her way north.

From there Pauline visited Moranbah where she stayed in one of the mining camps, something the miners were surprised and very happy to see.

It’s been another great night on the road throughout Central Queensland. I stayed in camp last night with the miners…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, October 24, 2018

At her stop in at Glenden, Pauline had a few choice words for Scott Morrison after learning of the Turnbull/Bali fiasco.

Pauline Hanson thinks Malcolm Turnbull shouldn't represent Australia at Bali Climate Change Summit

Scott Morrison has chosen to send Malcolm Turnbull to a Climate Change Summit in Bali, to represent Australia.Just a few weeks ago, Malcolm Turnbull described former PM's Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott as "miserable, miserable ghosts" who should have left Parliament the moment they lost the top job.Perhaps it's time Malcolm Turnbull took some of his own advice and stopped making a miserable, miserable ghost of himself.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #MalcolmTurnbull #ScottMorrison #TonyAbbott

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, October 23, 2018

From Glenden Pauline visited Collinsville where one of the largest solar farms in the state is. While there Pauline reiterated her stance that while solar can exist, it shouldn’t be subsidized and we need coal-fired power stations for baseload energy when the sun isn’t shining.

Pauline Hanson visits a 2000 acre solar farm in Collinsville, North Queensland

There's no denying solar has its place in a modern mix of energy throughout the country and the world, but the reality is, it doesn't work of a night and we don't have the battery technology to store the nations power needs.Who knows what the technology future will bring, but in the meantime, I'm still the strongest advocate of building new, low emission, coal-fired power stations to ensure we have adequate base-load power at affordable prices for domestic and commercial purposes.If the Liberals and Labor continue spruiking these unrealistic renewable energy targets, politicians will send this country broke and you'll see even higher disconnection rates than current levels.#Auspol #OneNation #OnTheRoad #PaulineHanson #Collinsville #FNQ #NorthQueensland #Capricornia

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, October 25, 2018

Pauline’s red dirt regional tour continues as she gets around to speak to Australians about what matters to them so One Nation can take the fight to Canberra.

Senate Says: Not Okay To Be White

This week Pauline Hanson moved this motion in the Senate:

You can watch her accompanying speech and the ridiculous response from Derryn Hinch and the Greens below:

Labor, Greens, Hinch and Xenophon Team vote "it's not ok to be white".

PROOF IT’S NOT OK TO BE WHITE ACCORDING TO THE AUSTRALIAN SENATE.Labor, the Greens, Derryn Hinch, the Xenophon team and Tim Storer all voted, it’s not ok to be white. Amazing!Talk about white guilt.#Auspol #OneNation #Proof #PaulineHanson

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, October 15, 2018

While the Government initially supported the bill, in an extraordinary backflip they lost their spine with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying he regrets that government senators voted in favour of the motion that asked the Senate to acknowledge “it’s OK to be white”.

In an unforeseen backflip by the Government, both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Senate leader, Mathias Cormann have…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, October 15, 2018

However, this turned out to be a Captain’s call from the top, with Coalition politicians who publicly said they supported the motion being forced to tow the party line and re-neg on their support. (Skip to 3:05 to see the quote from Luke Howarth MP).

Liberals backflip on Pauline Hanson's 'It's ok to be white' motion, but some LNP Members refuse

While the Liberal Party backflipped on their support for Pauline Hanson's notice of motion in the Senate, some LNP members have publicly said she is right and gone against the official party line.A real win for One Nation and Pauline Hanson this week.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #LukeHowath #GeorgeChristensen #Petrie #Backflip

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Tuesday, October 16, 2018

As the second vote happened, where the Coalition crumbled under political correctness and changed their vote to join with the Labor and Greens, One Nation held our own press conference which was live-streamed so all of the information was available direct to the public instead of through the biased media.

You can watch the full live stream below and listen to how journalists try to twist Pauline’s words into something they are not. You’ll notice that even though Pauline said that it doesn’t matter if you’re black, white or brindle as long as you’re Australian multiple times, this was never reported in the media and One Nation was labelled racist.

IT IS OKAY TO BE WHITE PRESS CONFERENCE

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, October 15, 2018

The vote on this motion only confirms what we have suspected for far too long. Australian politics under the two major parties is suffocated by huge political correctness and white guilt. How can any of these politicians do their job of building this country if they can’t acknowledge a simple phrase without causing a circus?

PNG Doubles Down On Luxury Car Foreign Aid Shopping Spree

PNG Government buy additional 3 Bentley Cars for APEC Summit

NEWSFLASH – PNG GOVERNMENT ADDS 3 BENTLEYS TO THE 40 MASERATI'SIf it wasn't bad enough that the PNG Government bought 40 Maserati's for the upcoming APEC Summit, they've been caught out buying an additional 3 Bentley's for the 7-day event.It's also been revealed that Australia has given them an additional $130 million dollars to run the APEC event.While none of these luxury cars should have been purchased in the first place, I want a guarantee that no corrupt PNG officials end up buying them at 'mates rates'. They should be sold through appropriate auction sites once the event is over.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #PNG #Maserati #Bentley #Australia #APEC #Summit

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, October 16, 2018

PNG GOVERNMENT ADDS 3 BENTLEYS TO THE 40 MASERATIS

If it wasn’t bad enough that the PNG Government bought 40 Maserati’s for the upcoming APEC Summit, they’ve been caught out buying an additional 3 Bentleys for the 7-day event.

It’s also been revealed that Australia has given the PNG Government an additional $130 million dollars to run the APEC event.

While none of these luxury cars should have been purchased in the first place, I want a guarantee that no corrupt PNG officials end up buying them at ‘mates rates’.

They should be sold through appropriate auction sites once the event is over.

In case you missed the first part of this story from 12/10/18:

Australian taxpayers will be furious with the PNG Governments decision to buy 40 Maserati cars for the upcoming APEC Summit.

Australia gives the PNG Government around $550 million each year in foreign aid and Scott Morrison needs to make a call to his PM counterpart and give them a clear indication that Australia isn’t happy!

We love the people of PNG, but their Government stink to high heaven over this deal.

Pauline Hanson calls out PNG Government over Maserati cars

PNG BUY 40 MASERATI CARS FOR DELEGATIONAustralian taxpayers will be furious with the PNG Governments decision to buy 40 Maserati cars for the upcoming APEC Summit.Australia gives the PNG Government around $550 million each year in foreign aid and Scott Morrison needs to make a call to his PM counterpart and give them a clear indication that Australia isn't happy!We love the people of PNG, but their Government stink to high heaven over this deal.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Maserati

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Friday, October 12, 2018

Major Parties Call For Immigration Cut – Where Have We Heard That Before?

It seems One Nation’s message is really taking hold and everyone one in Australia is waking up to the fact that immigration rates are too high. NSW premier finally realised what One Nation has been saying for years is correct and called for big cuts, the NSW opposition leader followed in her footsteps and called for big cuts.

Did Scott Morrison and the Government listen? No. Instead they have put out a thought bubble policy about trying to force new migrants to live in the country while keeping immigration rates at their record high levels.

Unlike the Government, we are listening. That is why One Nation is the only party committed to delivering the cuts to immigration that the country desperately needs!

One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson has come out swinging at the government as the state Premier wants to cut migration.

Premier Gladys Berijikilann wants to halve the number of overseas migrants entering her state.

She believes state and territory leaders deserve a seat at the table when the federal government draws up population policy.

But Senator Hanson, who has consistently sounded her concerns on immigration, tells Ben Fordham her critics are only “jumping on the bandwagon” now.

She says the federal government’s push to shift migrants into regional and rural areas “is a load of rubbish”.

“You’ve six to seven thousand multimillionaires that come into this country a year on visas. Are they going to tell them where to go and live?

“Will they go to rural and regional areas? No way!

“If we can’t get Australians to go out to rural and regional areas, how on earth are we going to get the migrants that come in here?”

Click PLAY below to hear the full interview 

U.N. Dictates To PM: Listen Or Else

All you have to do is look at a report handed down by the UN to see why One Nation has been calling for Australia to exit the Paris Climate Agreement and stand up to the bullying UN bureaucrats who want to undermine our Australian way of life.

This bizarre report claimed that unless we eliminate all coal fired electricity generation the Great Barrier Reef would be destroyed in 32 years. It also calls for you to heavily cut back on meat from your diet. So that is tough luck if you or someone you know is a grazier or a miner or enjoys a good steak!

Now the Greens are calling for an end to coal mining and coal exports. Anyone with half a brain would realise this would devastate the Australian economy, destroy jobs and ruin many lives.

What the report avoids telling you is how all their earlier predictions were way off the mark. What a joke. Any politician who doesn’t come out and condemn this report and continues to support the Paris Agreement is selling Australians out.

Andrew Bolt explained it well on his program last night so you might want to take a look.

The UN wants you to eat less meat!

All you have to do is look at a report handed down yesterday by the UN to see why I have been calling for Australia to exit the Paris Climate Agreement and stand up to the bullying UN bureaucrats who want to undermine our Australian way of life.This bizarre report claimed that unless we eliminate all coal fired electricity generation the Great Barrier Reef would be destroyed in 22 years. It also calls for you to heavily cut back on meat from your diet. So that is tough luck if you or someone you know is a grazier or a miner or enjoyes a good steak!Now the Greens are calling for an end to coal mining and coal exports. Anyone with half a brain would realise this would devastate the Australian economy, destroy jobs and ruin many lives.What the report avoids telling you is how all their earlier predictions were way off the mark. What a joke. Any politician who doesn’t come out and condemn this report and continues to support the Paris Agreement is selling Australians out.Andrew Bolt explained it well on his program last night so you might want to take a look.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, October 8, 2018

You can see One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson’s full response to the report here:

My media release condemning the report released today by the UN on climate change and the Paris Climate…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Sunday, October 7, 2018

One Nation’s policy is to pull out of the U.N. and any trade agreements that are not in Australia’s interests:

Malcolm Roberts, Senate Candidate for One Nation, made a speech denouncing the UN. Watch it in full below.

Atrocious governance is Australia's biggest problem

Video of my speech exposing UN control over our lives.Excuse my shouting – a noisy group tried to shut down our lawful permitted protest. They hid behind masks – ashamed of trying to stop free speech in Australia.Our country's core issue is lousy government under Liberal-Labor club selling out Australia.Congratulations to the organisers last Saturday in Brisbane. Thank you Sandy, Lee and team.

Posted by Malcolm Roberts on Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Hanson hits the high seas on operation sovereign borders

On Thursday, Senator Hanson neared the end of her stay with the Navy.

“It’s been a great couple of days off the Northern Territory on board HMAS Bathurst as part of the ADF Parliamentary Program.”

HMAS Bathurst and her 12 sister Armidale Class Patrol Boats are the navy’s principal contribution to the nation’s fisheries protection, immigration , customs and drug law enforcement operations.

“The patrol boats work with Operation Sovereign Borders and I’m here to see how our troops keep our country safe.”

Why Australia Day must stay – Pauline Hanson

This is my opinion piece published in the Courier Mail on why I think January 26 needs to remain Australia Day and why I think it would be a terrible mistake to create a separate national day for indigenous Australians alone.

Please have a read and let me know what you think. Do you agree Australia day must be celebrated on January 26? Do you think we should give in to those who demand the day be changed? And do you think we need a separate national day solely for indigenous Australians?

I’m keen to hear what you have to say.

-Pauline Hanson


Courier Mail, 26/09/18

SCOTT MORRISON was off the mark yesterday when he offered appeasement to those who wish to move Australia Day from January 26 by suggesting the creation of a national public holiday dedicated to the celebration of indigenous Australians.

This would be a mistake because it is simply a continuation of politics that have been dividing Australians for decades.

The Prime Minister must not fall into the trap of splitting Australia into separate groups with different rights, by creating what would be seen as a separate national day for indigenous Australians.

As I said in my 1996 maiden speech, if politicians continue to promote separatism in Australia, they should not continue to hold their seats in this Parliament. They are not truly representing all Australians, and I call on the people to throw them out.

To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag. I could add to that one national day.

On January 26, 1788, the future of this great continent changed and no one is trying to deny that. However, to declare that the date represents something regrettable or something that could perhaps be rectified is wrong. Not only is it wrong, but it is a dangerous idea, and if we continue to allow it to grow in popularity, it will slowly but surely tear our great nation apart.

I think opposition to the current Australia Day date is born from an ignorance of history and a powerful strain of white guilt that has been fostered among Australians by a cynical and self-loathing left.

You don’t rewrite history, you learn from it

January 26 has been celebrated in Australia for over 200 years, and it doesn’t signify the colonisation of Australia by the British.

What the date represents is the moment when the brave men and women of the First Fleet arrived in Australia, not by their own free will, but by the will of others. They landed on the shores of a land unknown to them, seeking not to conquer, but to survive.

And no one is denying that there was conflict and tragedy when new Australians, fighting to survive, clashed with Australians who had been surviving here for thousands of years.

But I strongly believe the way we repair the wounds of the past will not be through creating more division, but through celebrating January 26, 1788, the day that our ancestors were thrust together by forces outside of their control and yet still managed to come together to build one of the greatest nations on Earth.

Policeman remains in coma on police remembrance day

Police Remembrance Day hit and run tragedy.

Today a young police officer is in a critical condition, fighting for his life after allegedly being run down by a 16 year old, serial car thief.Infuriatingly, the alleged driver had just been allowed to walk free from court. Today is also police remembrance day, a day to reflect and honour the deeds of the brave men and women of our police force.So please reflect on everything the men and women of our police force have done and the way they risk their lives to keep us safe and please keep this brave young man in your thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, September 27, 2018

Today a young police officer is in a critical condition, fighting for his life after allegedly being run down by a 16 year old, serial car thief.

Infuriatingly, the alleged driver had just been allowed to walk free from court.

Today is also police remembrance day, a day to reflect and honour the deeds of the brave men and women of our police force.

So please reflect on everything the men and women of our police force have done and the way they risk their lives to keep us safe and please keep this brave young man in your thoughts and prayers.

The Queensland Police Union, after consultation with Peter McAulay’s colleagues, have established a bank account for those wishing to make a donation for the benefit of Constable Peter McAulay.

All donations will go directly to Constable McAulay.

Donations can be made at either QBANK or any Westpac branch.

For those wishing to donate, the details for transferring funds are as follows:

QBANK:
Peter McAulay Fund
BSB: 704 052
ACCOUNT NO: 100188155

“It’s okay to be white” motion suspiciously delayed

Senator Hanson was due to move a motion in the Senate on Thursday but was suspiciously delayed. The motion called on the Senate to address anti-white racism and acknowledge that it is okay to be white.

Today I will ask the Senate to acknowledge that it is okay to be white.I saw the huge overreaction to Lauren Southern'…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Time and time again we’ve seen videos of people displaying the slogan, “it’s okay to be white,” attacked for doing so.

While the motion was scheduled for mid-afternoon, the Senate business didn’t action it and t will now be delayed until the next sitting day. You can guarantee that the politically correct parties will have speech writers furiously penning virtue signalling speeches calling Senator Hanson a racist in the meantime.

The question has to be asked, what’s racist about being okay with being white? What’s racist about being okay with being any colour?

One Nation will continue to fight for equality for all Australians regardless of skin colour. We are all Australians, under one flag, under One Nation. Senator Hanson plans to move the motion when Parliament returns.

Why has the Government abandoned the dairy industry? | Pauline Hanson Question Time

Today in question time I asked why the Government has continued to let Coles and Woolworths squeeze the life of the Australian dairy industry.I also asked why won't the government refer the conduct of Coles and Woolworths to the ACCC on the basis of their anticompetitive conduct in the dairy industry?What did you think of the Government's response?If things are allowed to continue down the current path we are on soon there might not be much of a dairy industry left to protect.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, September 17, 2018

Strawberry and dairy industries facing hardship

In question time Senator Hanson asked why the Government has continued to let Coles and Woolworths squeeze the life of the Australian dairy industry.

The Senator also asked why won’t the government refer the conduct of Coles and Woolworths to the ACCC on the basis of their anticompetitive conduct in the dairy industry.

The Australian dairy industry is being brought to its knees by the uncompetitive practices of Coles and Woolworths.

One Nation is taking a stand on this, calling them out and calling on the Government to refer them to the ACCC.

How To Save Australia's Dairy Industry | Pauline Hanson Speech

The Australian dairy industry is being brought to its knees by the uncompetitive practices of Coles and Woolworths.I'm taking a stand on this, calling them out and calling on the Government to refer them to the ACCC.You can read my full speech here: https://www.senatorhanson.com.au/2018/09/19/save-australias-dairy-industry/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Read Pauline’s Full Speech (click here)

I won’t be buying cheap milk after learning about the devastation that $1-a-litre milk has caused dairy farmers and the threat it poses to the supply of fresh milk for our children and grandchildren. Australian consumers take for granted that they will always be able to buy fresh milk at a reasonable price, but that situation won’t last unless we take action now. Industry experts say that if the dairy farmer continues to be paid less for fresh milk than the breakeven price at the farm gate then production will fall further and more milk will be exported to places like China, where they are prepared to pay up to $9 a litre. The Chinese consumer loves Australian fresh milk. It is the reason Chinese interests bought Australia’s largest milk producer in 2016—a group of 25 dairy farms in Tasmania. This Tasmanian dairy herd of over 20,000 cows produces enough milk to fill two Qantas flights a week bound for the Chinese market.

If we don’t take action now, fresh milk will become a luxury item and we will be forced to use milk powder. When that happens I will hold Coles and Woolworths responsible for the disappearance of fresh milk from our refrigerators. Coles and Woolworths use their market power to buy fresh milk for their home brands below the cost of production. They can do this by simply threatening not to stock other products like cheese, butter and yogurt. I know most Australians are willing to pay bit more now for their milk to ensure the continued supply of fresh milk and to support our dairy farmers. I call on the government to regulate the price of fresh milk on supermarket shelves in a way that sees dairy farmers paid a fair price for their fresh milk. This regulation would end the milk war started by Coles in 2011 and encourage competition in supermarkets.

To be clear: I’m not calling on the return of the regulatory regime which existed prior to 2000, where the federal government subsidised the price of manufactured dairy products and the state subsidised the price of fresh milk. I want the farmgate price for milk regulated so that milk will be available at a fair and sustainable price for consumers and the dairy industry. I have called on the government to refer the duopoly of Coles and Woolworths to the ACCC for anticompetitive behaviour, but the government won’t do it.

Dairy farmers have left the industry and many more are under huge financial strain and trying to work out how they can survive. The toll on the mental health of these Australians is too high, and everyone in the industry knows of someone who has suicided. Dairy farmers cannot be expected to deal with huge electricity prices, a drought and the misuse of market power by Coles and Woolworths. They need a bit of help, and I’m asking consumers and the government to do their bit. I know the ACCC has made recommendations and I support them, but it is not enough. Dairy farmers are running out of feed and don’t have the money to buy more.

I am worried for Queensland dairy farmers and for Queenslanders, because we once produced enough milk for our state and export and now we don’t. We had 1,500 dairy farms in 2000 and now we are down to 385. Dairy farmers need a sign that it is worth struggling on, and the quickest and most effective way now is for consumers to stop buying home brand milk from Coles and Woolworths. I’ll keep fighting for dairy farmers in my discussions with government. I want the price of fresh milk at the farm gate regulated, and I want to make sure that not one single dairy herd goes to the slaughter houses for lack of feed. Please support branded milk from the independent processors like Maleny Dairies, 4Real Milk and Cooloola Milk that pay dairy farmers a fair price for their fresh milk. I’m calling on the Australian people to stand by these dairy farmers and not pay the cheap price from Coles and Woolworths.

We also saw cowardly and crippling attacks on the strawberry industry throughout Australia.

Strawberry growers need Government support

I have been strongly lobbying the Government, speaking directly with the Prime Minister and the Minister for Agriculture, to urgently step in and offer assistance to our Australian strawberry growers.As you are probably aware, the industry is reeling from a number of attacks of senseless commercial terrorism. If the Government doesn't take swift action there is no telling how many jobs will be lost or how many innocent lives will be ruined.You can read my letter to the Agricultural Minister for details of my full proposal: https://www.senatorhanson.com.au/2018/09/18/save-our-strawberry-growers-a-letter-to-minister-littleproud/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, September 17, 2018

One Nation has been strongly lobbying the Government, speaking directly with the Prime Minister and the Minister for Agriculture, to urgently step in and offer assistance to our Australian strawberry growers.

The industry is reeling from a number of attacks of senseless commercial terrorism. If the Government doesn’t take swift action there is no telling how many jobs will be lost or how many innocent lives will be ruined.

You can read Senator Hanson’s letter to Minister Littleproud below:

Dear Minister,

Over the past week, most strawberry growers throughout Queensland have had their seasons brought to a rapid end due to fruit tampering.

The terrorising act has left one man hospitalised after swallowing half a sewing needle that has led to major supermarkets recalling the fruit and spooking consumers’ nationwide.

By the weekend, Coles and Aldi stores had removed all Queensland strawberries for the remainder of this strawberry season.

Queensland strawberry growers are in complete shock, with many contemplating the financial run this will have on their businesses off the back of seasonal low prices.

I have spoken to Queensland growers and their state body who have confirmed emergency talks have occurred with supermarkets with further meeting taking place this week.

The Queensland strawberry industry consists of roughly 80 growers and is worth approximately $200 million dollars each year to the state’s economy, generated over a 4 to 5 month period.

Berry growers now employ more workers than any other in the fruit and vegetable industry. These jobs too have also come to an early end, costing small town economies enormously.

I note that some strawberry growers have arranged meetings with their banks this week in anticipation of lenders having itchy feet and calling in loans.

I will make contact with Queensland strawberry growers to ensure them, my office will personally write to all banks this week to seek their support of this industry during what can only be described as a devastating event. I would encourage you to do the same.

In the event of Australians being the victim of terrorism, the Department of Human Services offers up to $75,000 depending on the circumstances.

These growers, I feel, are victims of an act of terror.

While no amount of money can revive the season Queensland growers have lost, there are ways your Government can assist these 80 growers by way of grants to implement scanners that will safeguard their fruit and assist in implementing new tamper-proof technologies before next year’s season.

Minister, I am seeking an urgent meeting with you and your department to discuss these and any other solutions you may have to assist our Queensland strawberry growers.

Kind Regards,

Pauline Hanson

One Nation continues to fight for primary producers across Australia.