Malcolm Roberts

Malcolm is a family man and has a background in engineering, mining, business leadership and has a keen interest in economics; he is also passionate about climate change data and facts.

Spending the early years of his life in India, Malcolm then moved to the bush in Central QLD and also lived in the Hunter Valley (NSW) and Brisbane before graduating from the University of Queensland with honours as an engineer. He then decided to get practical experience working as a coalface miner—mainly underground—for three years around Australia.

“I love working with people in the field to feel and understand their concerns first-hand, to connect with people’s needs, and to listen to ideas on-the-job.”

Malcolm also worked and travelled widely across America and Canada, before returning to Australia where he rose quickly through management ranks to lead and turnaround underground coal mines, a coal processing plant and managed an ocean ship loader. He has also led the operational development of Australia’s largest and most complex underground coal project, setting many new industry firsts.

Malcolm also holds a masters degree in business administration from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, one of the world’s most respected universities for finance and economics and after the birth of his first child, Malcolm and his wife Christine, established a small company providing specialised leadership and management services around Australia and overseas.

Malcolm Roberts has earned the respect of informed people around the world for his investigation of claimed global warming and climate change where he analysed the measured data and then exposed the corruption. His disappointment with Liberal-Labor-Nationals-Greens politicians, unable to listen, refusing to face the facts and lacking care for our country led to his decision to join Pauline Hanson in standing for the Senate.

Malcolm’s climate investigations led to a deep understanding of the foreign control wrecking our country and for clarity on the tax system now choking Australians and destroying initiative and responsibility while sabotaging our children’s future.

“I’m completely devoted to representing all Queenslanders in the Senate as a house of review, protecting states’ rights. I am totally committed to bringing back this wonderful country that welcomed me and that has since blessed my family with so much.”

“We appreciate, value and are proud of the special qualities of being Australian and we love our country. History shows that with the right leadership and support we can achieve anything. We’ve got the resources and creative, innovative, talented people who believe in an honest effort for fair reward while looking after those less fortunate. And our strongest trait —mate-ship — is unique in the world.”

Malcolm’s integrity and strength-of-character have helped him turn around businesses in his role as a leader and have guided him in his role supporting leaders as an adviser, guide and mentor. He has been chairman of a closely-held public company and led its successful turnaround in a very emotional business. His practical and analytical approach combines with a deep respect for people and his understanding of history’s bigger picture to make him an ideal candidate for working with all people to bring back Australia.

“Instead of people feeling voiceless, powerless and squashed, we can listen and take action together to restore democracy, ensure security and build hope for all Australians.”

“The Lib-Lab-Greens mess is not our fault, yet as Australians, it is our responsibility. We must choose wisely whom we will elect to Parliament in the future. We must think about our children, grandchildren and their future.”

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    • Pam Parker
      commented 2020-06-12 11:09:55 +1000
      Hi Malcolm,
      Like many Australians, I am very worried about the further Chinese takeover of Australia by the Belt and Road deal Daniel Andrews has schemed up with China. Now we hear that he has signed/or is about to sign a $1.5Trillion extension to it. Does he have the authority to do this? What or who can quash this deal? Ministers and government organisations are speaking out. Is there an an OUT CLAUSE for us? Pam Parker
    • Steve Swain
      commented 2020-05-21 19:40:47 +1000
      Hi Malcolm
      With this border thing…..My view….. Here in Cairns, set aside a part of the hospital with a sealed section of say 20 beds, plus an ICU area (6 or so beds) for anyone that might contract Covid-19. Do the same in Townsville, the Isa and Rockie and so on and a whole bunch of hospitals down south. Then just let everything go back to normal.
      Keep the faith
    • Tom Auriac
      published this page in Our Team 2020-05-07 13:33:43 +1000