Richard Thomas

Richard believes in a democracy and the right to have a clear say and make our own decisions over our life and future. 

"I believe in being empowered to make informed choices about my health and what I put in my body. Governments everywhere have committed, in a variety of international agreements, to protecting bodily autonomy. However, the way both the state and federal governments handled the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and the restrictions they put in place is that of a dictatorship, not a democracy. One Nation's policies on COVID-19, foreign ownership, affordable energy and cost of living are common-sense solutions and what's needed in Australia today!"

As Pauline Hanson says, we need a COVID Royal Commission not to lay blame or find scapegoats, because the buck stops with our leaders, but to learn which pandemic measures worked and which didn’t so that we are much better prepared for the next pandemic.

Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of history are doomed to repeat them.

Richard also backs the One Nation policy on the illicit drugs epidemic. He has witnessed the effects Ice has had on children as young as 10 years old.

One Nation will fund the increase of scanning and inspection of containers through the seizure of assets and money from the proceeds of drug crimes. One Nation will also establish a Federal Police Drug Bus in each state that will provide an educational roadshow for parents and students.

The many sacrifices that past generations have made to maintain our liberty, democracy and security for the benefit of future generations should not be taken for granted.

Richard is standing as your One Nation representative for the seat of New England this federal election to make sure your voice is heard. 

"The people I speak to just want politicians to use common sense in the decisions that they make. The future should continue to be our focus but we should not ignore the mistakes made in the past, instead let us learn from them."

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Richard says the people he speaks to just want politicians to use common sense in the decisions that they make. The future should continue to be our focus but we should not ignore the mistakes made in the past, instead let us learn from them. #AusPol2022