Pauline Hanson in Birdsville 2018

HAPPY FATHERS DAY FELLAS. I've spent the weekend at another great Birdsville Races!!!! A quick trip up Big Red before heading back to Brisbane, before heading to Longreach this week.Thanks to everyone who came out this weekend and made such a spectacular Outback Experience. Thank you to everyone who dug deep and helped us raise some much needed money for the Royal Flying Doctors. Every dollar counts and I know regions like Birdsville heavily rely on the service of the RFDS.Thanks to Paul Murray for coming out with me to experience the weekend also.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #PaulMurrayLive #PML

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Saturday, September 1, 2018

Pauline attends Birdsville Races | Special message for fathers day

I spent last weekend at another great Birdsville Races!!!!

A quick trip up Big Red before heading back to Brisbane, before heading to Longreach this week.

Thanks to everyone who came out this weekend and made such a spectacular Outback Experience. Thank you to everyone who dug deep and helped us raise some much needed money for the Royal Flying Doctors. Every dollar counts and I know regions like Birdsville heavily rely on the service of the RFDS.

Thanks to Paul Murray for coming out with me to experience the weekend also.
Being out there for Father’s Day, I couldn’t help but think of all the great dads out there as well as those who’ve gone through and are still going through our abysmal family law system.

I haven’t given up on family law reform.

As you’re no doubt aware, the Government gave me a review into Family Law within the first 12 months of being elected. Senator Brandis at the time acknowledged that I’d fought hard to have the first inquiry into the laws since they were first introduced. That review is almost finalised and in the last week of Parliament, I was hoping to have parts of that preliminary report released.

Family Law Changes Officially Announced

Unfortunately, there wasn’t enough support on the Senate floor, so we have to wait for a few more months. Once that report is released, I expect to go hard on having any sensible recommendations implemented.

It’s not acceptable for any parent to be withheld from seeing their children if they’re fit and willing to play a role in their lives.

No parent should have the right to deny you access to your kids if you’re not a druggie or physical threat to them.

I want to see change and I don’t plan on giving up. This means too much to so many men and their families to have the family laws changed. We must start with the laws so that the courts have no choice but to give balance back to both parents.
6 replies
  1. Max Davies
    Max Davies says:

    Hi Pauline it’s time to ban the Burgas on trains trams buses planes banks stop them time has come live our way by our rules or leave .

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  2. Shaun
    Shaun says:

    Hi all,

    Pauline keep up the great work, I went through the BS of family law, and it took over $35k in legal fees to be able to see my son again, I never did drugs, there was no violence within the break down of marriage only greed and selfishness on the other parent as she stopped me seeing my son unless I paid more Child Support. In the end I was threatened if I saw my son the other parent and her parents would accuse me of stalking. Also she lied and said I hit her and my son, which Inproved never happened it was all a lie to stop me from seeing my son at the time.

    In the end I won the right to see my son again and everything now is wonderful, however I lost 2 years of not seeing my son due to lies, all because our laws and legislation stinks.

    Parents have obligations and responsibilities to give a child a loving home and without degrading or the selfishness of bickering parents, as long as there is no violence, drugs involved in the break down of marriage each parent should not be stopped in seeing the child.

    Child Support Agency ( CSA ) need to work for the best interest of the Child not just chasing CSA Payments as most the time it’s about the money, not the Child, each Parent should contribute 50/50 towards the child upbringing and Costs, the money is for the Child, not to fund holidays for the other parent, or pay for a new car, bags, shoes for the Mother, CSA Payments are for the Child.

    I was stopped seeing my son for more days due to the FACT if I saw my son more my payments of CSA would be reduced to the mother. This was what her Solicitors organised and in the end I agreed to under pressures of not seeing my son for over 2 years.

    Yes it’s true if either parent sees the Child for over a certain amount of days all CSA Payments are reduced.

    Please note I am not denagraring the mother, I’m frustrated that the system is not there to favour the Child, it’s all about greed and selfishness of the parents, the legal system of the Solicitors to drain the parents and due to current legislation the Solicitors are the winners here not the Child.

    In conclusion-

    Parents have Obligations and Responsibilities to the Child. The Child has Rights to see both parents in a loving environment without the BS of the failed family Law System.

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  3. Graham Bunnett
    Graham Bunnett says:

    Hello Pauline, if I wasn’t an aetheist then I would say god bless Pauline

    Keep up the good work, we are all depending on you to keep what all know as Australia from the Ratbags who will bring us to a Mongrel and dissolute situation
    Please keep up your good work Pauline
    Kind regards
    Graham X

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  4. Bruni Brewin
    Bruni Brewin says:

    In Sweden, the government felt that eradicating sexism was the solution to the problem, but Solberg reasoned that they knew through extensive practice and experience that attempts to solve the issue through this analysis have failed. She felt that they had failed because violence is not and never has been a gender issue. She referred to the Partner Abuse State of Knowledge (PASK) project that shows that we must recognise the fact that domestic violence, in at least half of its occurrence, is carried out by female perpetrators. continue reading here…
    https://www.bbbenefits.com.au/if-a-woman-needs-it-should-she-be-spanked/

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  5. George
    George says:

    Pauline,
    Keep up the good, work.
    My story goes to $200 plus k to be involved in my sons life, my ex returned to her home land Ireland, with claims of domestic violence from me, where they were towards me, were defended by me and shown about her in Court in Ireland. Our son being born in Ireland my fight to remain in our sons life “had” to occur in Ireland Courts, (at the same time her sister did the same thing to her partner) defending my right to be in our sons life continues 10 years later, I keep getting the same non-sense from our sons mother, and the Courts encourage the behaviour by not representing the childs interests, punishing the wrong, at the same time keep telling the mother off but not doing anything about the alienation etc etc.
    I have read many CSA comments and have read a lot on your pages………. If only a multi varied analyses was put in place for case by case basis, rather than the disgraceful way they do business. My view is the fraud is conducted in representing seperated parents, claiming to be in the childs best interests, claiming federal funding for themselves to enable the distribution of funds whilst keeping the seperated parents fighting, claiming to be open and transparent to both parties whilst hiding behind complex material, biased advice, hiding behind complex material, that they can accept or not, making their own rules while menacing with threats and intimidation to the parent that wants to be involved in their own childs life, where they simply make their own rules and where care and support for the child has no bearing on the paying parent, neither does alienation by the primary carer (this case mother), this encourages the primary carer to continue alienation and abuse of a father in this case wanting to be involved in his sons life.
    Why as alienated/left behind parents, do we continue to put ourselves through the heartache/abuse? because we love our children.
    Pauline I’m behind you, here’s hoping for a better system which actually reflects the interest of the children.

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