Pauline Hanson says couch potatoes should help flood and drought affected farmers

SMALL TOWNS ARE IN NEED OF DOCTORS, YET OUR GOVERNMENT HAVE GIVEN 1 DOCTOR FOR EVERY 8 ILLEGAL, ECONOMIC MIGRANTThe priorities of the two major parties in this country is all wrong.Here I am in small rural Australian towns where they struggle to get medical support from our state and federal governments, but when it comes to refugees or illegal, economic migrants, they give them everything they want.Things must change.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, February 18, 2019

Nauru Gets 1 Doctor per 8 People, Small Australian Towns Get None

SMALL TOWNS ARE IN NEED OF DOCTORS, YET OUR GOVERNMENT HAVE GIVEN 1 DOCTOR FOR EVERY 8 ILLEGAL, ECONOMIC MIGRANT

The priorities of the two major parties in this country is all wrong.

Here Pauline is in small rural Australian towns where they struggle to get medical support from our state and federal governments, but when it comes to refugees or illegal, economic migrants, they give them everything they want.

Things must change.

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  1. David J Currington
    David J Currington says:

    I noticed in the back ground of your Julia Creek post Pauline a sign stating 40 kilometers an hour, isn’t Australia a real dysfunctional Country when you look at it. SOme things such as speed limits are all the same across the nation and yet we can’t have a National Driving licence or car rego or insurance scheme or rail system. I think or politicians need to have a look and say wow, what a bunch of idiots we are.

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  2. John R Nancarrow
    John R Nancarrow says:

    Where I live the nearest town is Tumbarumba. The town has a population of about 1900 and the surrounding district probably another 1000. for those nearly 3,000 people we have two [2] doctors – both from India/Sri Lanka – and both with very thick accents. They are very capable but it’s a mystery to me why we have a doctor : patient ratio of 1:1500 while illegal economic migrants (many of whom have failed numerous security assessments) get a doctor: patient of 1:8.

    We get visiting dentists, optometrists who come every other week for a day etc while radiology is unavailable. You can’t get an x-ray in Tumbarumba because there is no radiologist! There certainly isn’t an expensive CT scanner in Tumbarumba like there is on Nauru!

    It really makes me sick that we are forced to pay for these uninvited free-loaders, liars, and potential terrorists while our own people go without.

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  3. Denis Mouttet
    Denis Mouttet says:

    Nauru is a total farce. All these people come here illegally and have been housed, fed and given privileges that a million Australians lack from day to day. They pay people smugglers thousands of dollars to come here to sponge off our taxpayers. Refugees with so much money??? Why have they not been deported? Screw what other nations think of our immigration policies. We are our own authority. Put them all on a leaking boat, in the middle of the ocean, and send them back.

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  4. Sandra
    Sandra says:

    God bless you Pauline,thank you for speaking up for the majority of the Australian people,we haven’t got the opportunity to speak out,we just aren’t listened to even if we do try to get a message through,the politicians you are fightings are cowardly puppets,with no backbone to protect our country or the hard working people who’s taxes are being waisted.
    As Ive always said we need a Prime Minister who loves our country as much as President Trump loves his.
    Thank you Pauline for letting me voice my opinion.

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  5. Sally
    Sally says:

    Get the Nauru immigrants working when they arrive! They can clean up the cattle, fix fences, cook and clean up – they will be collecting our hard earned taxes, why cant they work for it? Pauline is asking our own free loaders to help, well include the new residents as well! They will be just wrecking havoc so give them something to do – teach them to give back to the society they will be living in!

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  6. Craig Macfarlan
    Craig Macfarlan says:

    As always Pauline identifies key issues which affect all Australians.
    There are insufficient doctors in rural Australia in particular and inadequate equipment in some country hospitals. We are all paying for the illegal immigrants on Nauru and Manus however there is no one strong enough to speak out about the issue other than Pauline.

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  7. David
    David says:

    Why can’t we send them to a refugee camp in Syria or somewhere. Perhaps we should remove ourselves from the UN convention on refugees.

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  8. Trina
    Trina says:

    Good on you Pauline, sock it to them. We are just a weak, lily liveried country, run by a bunch of no backbone politicians. All they want to do is mouth off thinking they are making themselves look good. When the real truth be, that all they do is sit on their fat wallets mouthing off lie after lie.
    Words mean bloody nothing, actions speak louder than words.
    So get off your tat backsides & look after this once beautiful country before it is totally taken away from you. By then it will be way too late.

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  9. Peter Rees
    Peter Rees says:

    Naru is not a detention centre. Naru have swung their gates open so the people on Naru are free to work, send their kids to school with others in the community. Many have even started up their own businesses.

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  10. George
    George says:

    We need a Prime Minister that’s voted in and ESPECIALLY OUT by the citizens of this country and NOT by his party own buddies when it suits them.

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  11. Evangelos kavallaris
    Evangelos kavallaris says:

    I’m disgusted how the major parties and some independents care so much about illegal economic migrants. All those millions wasted on them?

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  12. Bruce
    Bruce says:

    While people clean out there homes from the floods and people in rural Queensland deal with 500 000 dead cattle parliament debates refugees coming too Australia for medical treatment , while all along this was happening , where are the greens helping the live cattle stranded , or labor , they have there priorities wrong and labor has learned nothing by there past mistakes , it’s a bloody disgrace

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  13. Fil Ferraro
    Fil Ferraro says:

    I just can’t understand way the government is so extremely generous to other countries and they people, and neglect the older Australian that have been paying tax all the working life.

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  14. Graham Richardson
    Graham Richardson says:

    I am a single parent,75 this year, still working to make ends meet I have two daughters and I tell them they will never have the life that I had.
    It is sad to watch this country go to the dogs, Politicians don’t give a stuff about Australia or the people in it, they are in for the money and what they can rip off the system.
    I was bought up on a sheep station, the life outback is full of hardship that most people could not handle, first the drought, then the floods, and to top it off the useless Politicians given them one hell of a kick in the ass,
    and to rub shit in there face, they are more worried about the boat people.
    The way Australia is going it will never recover

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