One Nation Asks Government to Cancel Terrorist’s Citizenship

Government backflips and supports One Nation's call for tougher deportation laws for terrorists

Today I asked the Government three pretty common sense questions.1. The government has announced it wants to make it easier to strip dual citizens, convicted of terrorism related offences, of their Australian Citizenship and have them deported, so long as this would not render them stateless. One Nation has been advocating this policy for many years. What has caused the government to take up this long-standing One Nation policy?2. What is stopping the government from applying their proposed changes, not just to terrorists, but to other criminals with dual citizenships, such as chronic repeat offenders, gang members or those convicted of severe violent crimes?3. Experts say many potential terrorists will plan a domestic attack if their passport is cancelled. In light of this, why has the Government not changed its current policy on passport cancellation when it knows full well the current policy places the lives of innocent Australians at risk?I thought they were pretty straightforward questions but once again the Government struggled to give a straight answer. The Australian people deserve better.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Sunday, November 25, 2018

Pauline Hanson asked the Government three pretty common sense questions.

1. The government has announced it wants to make it easier to strip dual citizens, convicted of terrorism related offences, of their Australian Citizenship and have them deported, so long as this would not render them stateless. One Nation has been advocating this policy for many years. What has caused the government to take up this long-standing One Nation policy?

2. What is stopping the government from applying their proposed changes, not just to terrorists, but to other criminals with dual citizenships, such as chronic repeat offenders, gang members or those convicted of severe violent crimes?

3. Experts say many potential terrorists will plan a domestic attack if their passport is cancelled. In light of this, why has the Government not changed its current policy on passport cancellation when it knows full well the current policy places the lives of innocent Australians at risk?

We thought they were pretty straightforward questions but once again the Government struggled to give a straight answer. The Australian people deserve better.

14 replies
  1. Colin
    Colin says:

    This Government needs to take action now before it is to late. Deport those who continually break our laws. They come here for a better life and then abuse our way of life. We don’t want them in this country if they can’t adapt to our life style. These Sudanese gangs in Melbourne need to be stopped now! And the ring leaders deported straight away to send a message to the rest of them that we will not tolerate this behaviour.

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    • Jeannette
      Jeannette says:

      I totally agree with you Colin.

      The demographics of Australia has changed for the worst. In my opinion, successive Governments have not thoroughly thought or researched and developed strong legal vetting procedures to weed out dangerous people.

      Why are South African farmers and citizens not allowed in Australia under Refugee Status? They pose no threat to Australia. Current families are contributing to Australia’s socio-economics. They feel safe in Australia, but at the same time, afraid of African Gangs. They thought they left that behind them in South Africa.

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  2. Terry
    Terry says:

    I agree with Colin. Why should we Australian have to put up with these disrespectful barbaric uncivilised criminals who only want to obtain a better life to abuse the system and people of Australia – deport them.

    Regarding terrorism this is more than a criminal act, these people who perpetrate or conspire to perpetrate or support these terrorists in any way shape or form do so because they have identified us as their enemy. This attitude means that they are at war with us and as such any form of detention should be carried out with this knowledge in mind. These people then become prisoners of war and are not released until the war with terrorists is over.

    What do we do if they become a continued source of trouble whilst they are in prison? What happened to such prisoners of war in WW2? Maybe we should do the same

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  3. Judith Thorn
    Judith Thorn says:

    Don’t bring Refugees and Muslims here in the first place with their cruel treatment of other humans,Terrorist behavior,they are all a drain on our welfare system and haven’t paid a cent in tax and Australians are so left out like Homeless people and those that really need a hand.These others are allowed more than one wife get more than Australians given who have contributed to this Country.Halal should be outlawed its cruel and its only money for Terrorists I am sick of our country going downhill selling us off to the Chinese its disgraceful.Very disappointed in our Polititions they are only out to look after themselves!

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  4. Edward Rowland
    Edward Rowland says:

    Not only should we deport those people who are serious offenders we should be deporting ALL people who are on terrorist watch lists or people who have attempted to join terrorist organisations like ISIS. It is the height of stupidity to have our secret service organisations chasing round the country after these people, costing the taxpayer a fortune in the process. Both the British and German spy agencies state it takes 28 to 30 plus men to do 24/7 watch on ONE terrorist, what a waste of money and manpower. These people have shown their allegiance! which is why they are on that watchlist, and it is NOT to the country they have claimed citizenship in, it is to their Islamic heritage and allegiance to Islam. Note how quickly they claim Australian citizenship, this should be looked into, and checked thoroughly.

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    • Sally
      Sally says:

      I’m not going into details though it has been verified that some Muslims on Terrorist Watchlists have been accepted as Australian citizens under the Asylum Act. I wish I was joking. Do not vote for Greens or Labor under any circumstances regardless of the candidates personality. They are both Socialist groups. We do not want to become like Venezuela!!! I won’t even be voting for Liberal this time as they’ve clearly been infiltrated (even though Hon. Scott Morrison is doing a great job). We must step away from Socialism before it is too late!!! Do your own research via credible unbiased alternative media sources and your own personal cross referencing and fact checking. infowars.com is a good start. We have a very major swamp to drain.

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  5. Lyn. C
    Lyn. C says:

    If the Government state that they will decide who comes to this country….Well, they have made a very poor choice in some……car jackins, home invasions, assults, robberies with violence, jewellery stores, and the list goes on……None of these, that the government has decided to let into our country,should be given Australian citizenship!!! They should be deported…..The government needs to step up!! Our taxes are paying for more police,security, bollards, etc to protect us from them..? Don’t bring them here in the first place…..Our Beautiful Aussie culture….our identity is lost! The men and women that fought hard and long to protect Australia, would roll over in their graves to what it has become.

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    • Jeannette
      Jeannette says:

      Very true. People who come to Australia must adapt and accept the Australian culture and larrikinism. We should never adapt to their way of life. If we lived in their country we would have to adapt to their culture.

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  6. Trevor G
    Trevor G says:

    Pauline… You always have had my vote and always will. I never thought of myself as being a racist but enough is enough. Between the unintelligent Government… The pathetic judicial system… and the police who unfortunately at times have had their hands tied behind their backs because of their poor support from the powers that be… Pauline…. I pray the day will come that l will be alive too see you become Prime Minister of Australia.

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    • Mary
      Mary says:

      Defending our country, state, community, families and ourselves from harm does not make one racist. Not defending ourselves and pandering to political correctness (social engineering) makes one weak and cowardice. I think you might appreciate the poem Donald Trumps read which is featured on the youtube platform called “the snake”. Type in “Donald Trump snake poem”.
      So applicable here! Be kind to the migrants here, and support common sense politicians.

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  7. Rob
    Rob says:

    Hi
    Its easy if found to be a tersest or planing one deport all Family the family would then monitor their
    movements so as to save them selves .
    Think about it

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