Jerremy Eid for Gilmore
Born and bred in Sydney, Jerremy has observed the slow demise of his country over the past few years which has prompted his efforts to run for the seat of Gilmore.
"I dedicated 10 years of my life to the hospital system which taught me Australia’s health care was broken.”
“I did not think I would be running for politics, however I can no longer watch the current government treat Australians the way they have been the last few years and watch the system fail people.”
“I want to be that voice that stands up for those who cannot do it for themselves.”
“The Australia I grew up in has changed into something many of us no longer recognise as home.”
Jerremy supports the need to bolster the Australian health system, improve the manufacturing sector, bring jobs back to Australia, and stop selling our assets to offshore companies.
It's for these reasons that he backs One Nation's policies on Australian jobs and infrastructure, foreign organisations and global trade agreements, and health to name a few.
He agrees that the Australian Constitution must be upheld at all times and not undermined by United Nations forums and its 193 member states.
One Nation does not support the World Economic Forum's 'Great Reset'. Free Trade Agreements that function against the best interests of Australians must also be scrapped. Import tariffs should be reimplemented on select countries to protect Australia's remaining industry and manufacturing while safeguarding homegrown jobs and wage levels.
"We need these jobs to come home to Australia to boost our economy.”
“Governments must put Australian people first, not foreign global interests.”
“Australia needs to become as self-sufficient as possible in the current geopolitical climate.”
“We should not have to rely on other countries to feed us and supply us with resources that we already have here on Australian soil."
Jerremy strongly supports Pauline Hanson's call for a Royal Commission into COVID.
"Being affected by the mandates personally and witnessing how the rules enforced by state and federal governments wielding emergency powers have actually torn families apart, destroyed small businesses, and impacted the mental health and well-being of Australians as they lost their basic rights and freedoms has been a huge wake-up call for me.
“The mandates undoubtedly caused huge issues with people's mental health which is why I believe we need to look deeply into the effectiveness of mental health services within the public health sector."
"One Nation has always stood up for everyday Australians and fought for our fundamental rights and freedoms. If elected, I will do the same for Gilmore."
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