Nick Suduk for Hawke
Nick has extensive agricultural knowledge and retail experience and grew up with the traditional Australian values of hard work and the rewards which come with it.
A father of three, Nick has become more concerned about the values and freedoms that have been eroded in Australia, particularly over the past two years.
"History has shown us, that once a government takes away a freedom, they rarely give it back. Over the past two years, they have taken important civil liberties from the Australian people and I am very concerned that those rights and freedoms are not coming back. We have seen the public order legislation that has been introduced into both Victoria state and the ACT – this is a permanent deprivation of rights from the people," Nick says.
"This is not what Australia used to look like. This is not the Australia that I want to leave for my kids. I’m standing for One Nation in Hawke because Pauline Hanson has been fighting to protect the rights and freedoms of the Australian people. Governments, including politicians and public servants, are supposed to serve the people, not rule over us.
"We need to have an open and honest debate about our currently unsustainable immigration levels and the impact on things like the availability of housing and increasing congestion in cities like Melbourne. We need to make sure that Australia receives a fair return for the resources that foreign-owned companies are exploiting. We’re not a free-for-all dirt mine. Those resources belong to us and should be used for the benefit of Australians first and foremost.
"I’m standing for One Nation in Hawke because I want to be an alternative to the Majors and the Greens. Like Pauline Hanson, I will always fight to protect the rights and freedoms of Australians."
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