Pauline Hanson in Birdsville 2018

HAPPY FATHERS DAY FELLAS. I've spent the weekend at another great Birdsville Races!!!! A quick trip up Big Red before heading back to Brisbane, before heading to Longreach this week.Thanks to everyone who came out this weekend and made such a spectacular Outback Experience. Thank you to everyone who dug deep and helped us raise some much needed money for the Royal Flying Doctors. Every dollar counts and I know regions like Birdsville heavily rely on the service of the RFDS.Thanks to Paul Murray for coming out with me to experience the weekend also.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #PaulMurrayLive #PML

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Saturday, September 1, 2018

Pauline attends Birdsville Races | Special message for fathers day

I spent last weekend at another great Birdsville Races!!!!

A quick trip up Big Red before heading back to Brisbane, before heading to Longreach this week.

Thanks to everyone who came out this weekend and made such a spectacular Outback Experience. Thank you to everyone who dug deep and helped us raise some much needed money for the Royal Flying Doctors. Every dollar counts and I know regions like Birdsville heavily rely on the service of the RFDS.

Thanks to Paul Murray for coming out with me to experience the weekend also.
Being out there for Father’s Day, I couldn’t help but think of all the great dads out there as well as those who’ve gone through and are still going through our abysmal family law system.

I haven’t given up on family law reform.

As you’re no doubt aware, the Government gave me a review into Family Law within the first 12 months of being elected. Senator Brandis at the time acknowledged that I’d fought hard to have the first inquiry into the laws since they were first introduced. That review is almost finalised and in the last week of Parliament, I was hoping to have parts of that preliminary report released.

Family Law Changes Officially Announced

Unfortunately, there wasn’t enough support on the Senate floor, so we have to wait for a few more months. Once that report is released, I expect to go hard on having any sensible recommendations implemented.

It’s not acceptable for any parent to be withheld from seeing their children if they’re fit and willing to play a role in their lives.

No parent should have the right to deny you access to your kids if you’re not a druggie or physical threat to them.

I want to see change and I don’t plan on giving up. This means too much to so many men and their families to have the family laws changed. We must start with the laws so that the courts have no choice but to give balance back to both parents.
Feral Pest and Vegetation Management - another approach needed

On the ground in my Electorate and being in Pest Management industry for many years I have witnessed and heard first hand many of the stories from land owners....and what affects them the most. The destruction and devastion inflicted upon the people of farming lands by beuracratic red tape, policy and legislation that restricts and prohibits their livelihoods and bottom line in more and more ways. The destruction and loss of productivity that comes with unmanaged and restrictive Pest and Vegetation Management practices is immeasureable!Far more can and needs be done by Government, for better implementation of Pest and Vegetation Management Practices to protect Biosecurity, Farming Lands, and the land owners bottomline.What are you thoughts? if you think the pest and vegetation management laws and practices are flawed, let us know! Check out my video below on the destruction caused by Feral Pigs in a cane paddock in my electorate

Posted by Stephen Andrew MP for Mirani on Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Feral Pest and Vegetation Management – Stephen Andrew MP

On the ground in my Electorate and being in Pest Management industry for many years I have witnessed and heard first hand many of the stories from land owners….and what affects them the most.

The destruction and devastation inflicted upon the people of farming lands by bureaucratic red tape, policy and legislation that restricts and prohibits their livelihoods and bottom line in more and more ways.

The destruction and loss of productivity that comes with unmanaged and restrictive Pest and Vegetation Management practices is immeasurable!

Far more can and needs be done by Government, for better implementation of Pest and Vegetation Management Practices to protect Biosecurity, Farming Lands, and the land owners bottomline.

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.

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?

Is this the future of Australia?

Enough is enough. Political correctness has gone too far. Please LIKE and SHARE if you agree. #PoliticalCorrectness #Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #SteveDickson

Posted by Steve Dickson on Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The True Victims of Political Correctness

Enough is enough. Political correctness has gone too far. SHARE this on Facebook if you agree.

Labor MP Wants A Conversation to Change Name of Brisbane

A Labor Member in Queensland is happy to change the name of Brisbane to an Aboriginal name. Just last month we saw a push to change Gold Coast names to Aboriginal names also.When will this division end?With a federal election within the next 12 months, I'm really concerned no one from either major parties are prepared to stand up for what's right, particuarly Labor given Terri Butler's comments.#Auspol #PaulineHanson #OneNation #Brisbane #Queensland #Australia #Aboriginal #NameChange

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Saturday, May 12, 2018

PC Brigade To Change Name of Brisbane

A Labor Member in Queensland is happy to change the name of Brisbane to an Aboriginal name.

Just last month we saw a push to change Gold Coast names to Aboriginal names also.

When will this division end?

With a federal election within the next 12 months, I’m really concerned no one from either major parties are prepared to stand up for what’s right, particularly Labor given Terri Butler’s comments.

FAIR LAWS 4 FARMERS

By forcing through flawed vegetation management laws Labor continues to demonise Queensland and attack farmers by treating them like criminals and today I had the honor of joining an army of fed up farmers demanding this ends so they start to get a fair go!By attacking Queensland farmers Labor has shown it doesn’t care about primary producers, it doesn’t care about the environment, it only cares about keeping the greenies happy so they can farm their preferences.If you want to support rural and regional Queenslanders and help our farmers you can contact Premier Palaszczuk (07) 3737 2100 or Jackie Trad (07) 3724 9100 and let them know you oppose Labor's flawed and rushed vegetation management laws.You can learn more about how these laws will hurt farming families in Queensland by visiting this website: www.atruestory.com.au#FairLaws4Farmers #YourFoodOurFuture #PaulineHanson #OneNation

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Farmers Thrown Under The Bus, Again – Vegetation Management Legislation

By forcing through flawed vegetation management laws Labor continues to demonise and attack farmers by treating them like criminals and today I had the honor of joining an army of fed up farmers demanding this ends so they start to get a fair go!

By attacking farmers Labor has shown it doesn’t care about primary producers, it doesn’t care about the environment, it only cares about keeping the greenies happy so they can farm their preferences.

If you want to support rural and regional Queenslanders and help our farmers you can contact Premier Palaszczuk (07) 3737 2100 or Jackie Trad (07) 3724 9100 and let them know you oppose Labor’s flawed and rushed vegetation management laws.

You can learn more about how these laws will hurt farming families by visiting this website: www.atruestory.com.au

ANZAC Day Honoured from East to West

One Nation representatives from Queensland to Western Australia attended dawn services and street marches to commemorate ANZAC Day. Senator Pauline Hanson attended a dawn service in Mudgeeraba before travelling to attend the Brisbane street March.

Senator Peter Georgiou along with Senator Brian Burston and WA One Nation leader Colin Tincknell descended onto Albany to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War (1918-2018). It was in November 1914 in Albany where the Anzac spirit was born after 30-thousand service men from across Australia and New Zealand sailed out of King George sound.

For many it was the last time they would see Australia. Despite the drizzle on Anzac morning the sun beamed out later  lighting up the Anzac Peace Park on the Albany foreshore for the annual parade down York Street.

During the trip the Parliamentarians planted poppies on Middleton Beach and met several war veterans including 87 year old Korean War veteran Victor, who had been a POW for 18-months, which was truly a humbling moment.

Great numbers for ANZAC services were reported across the country, a testament to the enduring respect Australians have for our service men and women. To all members of our defence force, past and present, thank you.

Lest we forget.

You can see some video of the Brisbane street march below:

ANZAC day march in Brisbane

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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