One Nation helps extend welfare waiting periods for new migrants

The Coalition may be in chaos but that hasn't stopped One Nation from getting more runs on the board. This week Labor finally agreed to support legislation to increase waiting times for new migrants to become eligible for welfare.Why is this a win for One Nation? Because the Labor party publicity admitted that it was the influence of One Nation that forced them to support the legislation.This is the effect One Nation has on both major parties and it's why it is so vital that we are in Parliament. Because without One Nation the common sense bill would have been blocked by the Greens and other weak willed members of the crossbench.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, November 29, 2018

One Nation Wins: Migrants Must Wait For Welfare

The Coalition may be in chaos but that hasn’t stopped One Nation from getting more runs on the board. This week Labor finally agreed to support legislation to increase waiting times for new migrants to become eligible for welfare.

Why is this a win for One Nation? Because the Labor party publicity admitted that it was the influence of One Nation that forced them to support the legislation.

This is the effect One Nation has on both major parties and it’s why it is so vital that we are in Parliament. Because without One Nation the common sense bill would have been blocked by the Greens and other weak willed members of the crossbench.

51 replies
  1. kent scott
    kent scott says:

    It should have always been this way. Its a national disgrace that Australians who have lived here all their lives, paid taxes & brought up their families do not have a decent livable old age pension, yet immigrants just landed here and went straight on the public purse.

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  2. anthony russell
    anthony russell says:

    Should have been 10 years, and if they commit a serious conviction within that period the are automatically deported..
    This would have stopped all the Somalian, Lebanese, and Sudanese gangs from ever getting started in this country.
    Its just plain common sense.

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    • Bob taylor
      Bob taylor says:

      Well done Pauline,however to revive an old saying we may have shut the gate after the horse has bolted,the cancer is now here and it will spread.

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  3. david A lawton
    david A lawton says:

    AH ? ? …… Why is it that an issue so blatantly obvious cannot be seen by the other so called leaders of this country ….. Oh ! could it be that they have their snouts in the trough and at the end of the day they are capable of F …. all getting off their arses and doing what the majority wants.
    The reality is today, correct me please, someone ! ! our leadership is a joke the major parties seem incapable of reading the market.
    Disturbing ?

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  4. Craig
    Craig says:

    Paulines video clip is excellent.
    I agreed with every word she said.
    Her delivery is superb and I can see the passion she has for this legislation.
    It is now up to all of us to have as many One Nation Members elected to the Senate to support Pauline in the forthcoming Federal Election

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  5. JOY
    JOY says:

    GO FOR IT PAULINE, SAY IT AS IT IS, YOU ARE THE ONLY POLITICIAN STANDING UP FOR THE AUSTRALIA WE ONCE WERE. mAKE US GREAT AGAIN. ONE NATION IS THE ONLY PARTY STANDING UP FOR ‘US’ THE PEOPLE OF AUSTRALIA.

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  6. Gary Hayes
    Gary Hayes says:

    Well done, Pauline.
    I wish many more voters would start thinking about who they vote for, and vote One Nation next time.
    If you have a candidate in the Manning/ Great lakes areas next election, I will certainly give you my vote.

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    • JUDY
      JUDY says:

      FOR EVERYONE WHO HAS MADE COMMENT, JOIN ONE NATION AND HELP PUT ONE NATION IN ALL STATE GOVERNMENTS AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEXT YEAR !!!!

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    • Olga Bennett
      Olga Bennett says:

      I love you Pauline, for you’r openness, say it as it is,far too manny politicians
      too frighten to speak up for our Country,for its beautiful its people.
      I escapede from a communist europian contry in 1957. Australia gave me
      home,gave me peace.I die for die for this country, my country.
      Keep up the fight Paulin, we need you!!!!!! Don’t let the greens and labour
      destroy our countr.

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  7. Peter
    Peter says:

    Now that the momentum has been created – perhaps it is time to now start to look at what happens when migrants commit criminal offences. They have been invited into our home – Australia – and they are disrespecting it. Like spitting in the corner of your lounge room. If they commit a criminal offence that carries a penalty of 1 year or more prison, then they should be deported together with their families. Then hopefully, the families and the elders of their community will step up and bring them into line. Furthermore, there needs to be truth in sentencing by the Courts. Not this mamby pamby approach that is being taken more often than i can count.

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  8. mike neale
    mike neale says:

    they have stiffed the rest of the world. now they bring them here. to stuff australia. stop all immigration.look what has happened in the past 20 years mike neale

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  9. Peter
    Peter says:

    I thought these new imgrants were coming here to HELP Australia’s skill shortage. If these new imgrants are such a valuable resource. Why the bloody hell do they need any welfare, they can work like the rest of us that have to support our selves. I believe that they should not be able to claim any welfare till they have paid atleast 10 years worth of tax and then get treated the same as the rest of us.

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  10. Conyard
    Conyard says:

    I have a beautiful little nephew he is 2 and I’m so worried about the future for him no country no farmers no houses no hope I’m so scared for our children in the future please help them one nation the government won’t listen to us

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  11. Jules
    Jules says:

    Thank you Pauline for watching out for Australia, without u we would truly be up the crap creek. Why shouldnt migrants be made wait longer before being allowed rort & scam us. Genuine Aussies needing financial aid are made wait & thats only if they are approved. Its a total disgrace what the major political parties have done. Sell out shit on & stab in the back for Australians & its a suck up bum lick treachery & pandering for all those who dont contribute or care , i am praying the days of watching govt that line the pockets of hateful pigs will be over..

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  12. Lynn Taylor
    Lynn Taylor says:

    My concern is that the original artical stated that migrants have to wait 4 years BUT REFUGEES ARE EXEMPT from waiting period

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  13. DinaH
    DinaH says:

    Good on you Pauline. Migrants have to wait at least 10 have to wait at least 10 years to get any kind of welfare.
    Let’s just hope the coalition supports your ruling.

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  14. Ken Benson
    Ken Benson says:

    I am a 79 year old male who started working at the age of 14 years. ( Colour is irelevent) I still work casual 3 nights a week. During those 65 years I have never been unemployed. I have always taken pride in what I do and my love of OUR COUNTRY. Many people today expect all the time without giving. It is always what is there for me. Our country has an enormous debt and people today generally are not concerned at all. I was taught you live within your means. That seems forgotten. Australia is a wealthy country because of its resources but abuse and insult as an example for coal which is something that many are critical of and don’t appreciate what our coal has to offer around the world but not in Australia.e.g. In India where so much poverty exists. So wake Australia for those who complain but don’t pull there weight start helping not hindering and help to make Australia great again. Thanks Pauline for who and what you are.

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  15. Chris Medic
    Chris Medic says:

    Once approved to migrate to Australia for prosperity and raise their family, they have the lawful right to equality and peace. If the country cannot afford it, migration should not be approved.

    However, migrants coming to Australia with early access to their Super Fund and not old enough for old age retirement are the one that must be made to “Wait For Welfare, and ANY Local Jobs”.

    Employ long term Australians and their descendants first.

    Thanks Pauline.

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  16. Khiloud
    Khiloud says:

    Pauline the worst damage is when these people take the welfare money and send money overseas. They are money machines transferring wealth to their countries.

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  17. Lorraine mahar.
    Lorraine mahar. says:

    Thanks pauline your great keep it up i wish i was younger im 73 year old pensioer i have worked since i was 15 my mother died and left 8 of us we have all worked hard.love this country .

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  18. Ad
    Ad says:

    Former Greens supporter here (back when they actually had views that resembled common sense, such as their views on censorship and anti-spying/anti-piracy laws). Not anymore.
    I had lost hope and was in limbo, and now I want to express my support to PHON. I come from a family of immigrants and it’s not easy feeling like an alien in your own family. I need a country to be proud of, and I was born in Australia. Congratulations One Nation, you’ve gained another supporter.

    PS: It’s OK to be white. On ya.

    Sincerely,
    – Someone who isn’t white.

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  19. Rob P
    Rob P says:

    The Liberals are bad enough but how can anyone go back to the dog vomit that is the Greens and Labor Party. They are all about stealing our rights and freedoms under the guise of anti-discrimination. These 2 Parties are the easiest vote…Greens last, Labor next.
    Keep up the good work Pauline and One Nation. Great to see Mark Latham on board.

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  20. Ian Bruce Moore
    Ian Bruce Moore says:

    They are using immigration to destroy Australia. The cost alone will make us slaves to the debt burden Australians are being forced to pay. More power to you Pauline.

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