The Senate voted against One Nation's Hybrid Bradfield Water Scheme

I'M SHOCKED - THE MAJOR PARTIES VOTED AGAINST SUPPORTING WATER PROJECTS TO DROUGHT PROOF AUSTRALIA.Today, I put forward a call for bipartisan support on building the greatest water project this country will see in our lifetime and droughtproof Australia.ONLY ONE NATION ELECTED SENATORS VOTED TO SUPPORT DROUGHT PROOFING AUSTRALIA.The elected members of this Parliament have no foresight and are not committed to solving Australia's drought problems.DO NOT REWARD THESE PEOPLE AT THE NEXT ELECTION - THEY ARE NOT LISTENING.Please share#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Bradfield #Water #Australia #Drought

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Politicians Vote Against Drought Proofing Australia

I’M SHOCKED – THE MAJOR PARTIES VOTED AGAINST SUPPORTING WATER PROJECTS TO DROUGHT PROOF AUSTRALIA.

Today, I put forward a call for bipartisan support on building the greatest water project this country will see in our lifetime and droughtproof Australia.

ONLY ONE NATION ELECTED SENATORS VOTED TO SUPPORT DROUGHT PROOFING AUSTRALIA.

The elected members of this Parliament have no foresight and are not committed to solving Australia’s drought problems.

DO NOT REWARD THESE PEOPLE AT THE NEXT ELECTION – THEY ARE NOT LISTENING.

45 replies
    • Vivienne Johnson
      Vivienne Johnson says:

      AUSTRALIA FIRST
      , the Govt. doesn’t seem to have any regard for its Citz.
      It’s about time they gave us a thought if they want our vote
      and also think of OUR HOMELESS

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  1. Brenda Holland
    Brenda Holland says:

    It’s an absolute bloody disgrace Pauline, I really do hope neither of the two big parties get in may. This sort of thing makes me and I’m sure a lot of other people really pissed off?? What is their agenda, is it because they get handouts from the evil UN for giving foreign aid?? None of those bastards deserve a seat in parliament especially when they all vote against the people of this country?😠😠😠😠

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  2. Ian
    Ian says:

    Totally disgusting,what is wrong with these politicians who are to be supporting Australia and what are they going to do to improve our country. Pauline Hanson has a really great idea for Australia.

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  3. Glynis Robinson
    Glynis Robinson says:

    I agree with Brenda Holland. Why are we putting up with these self serving mongrels? Drought proofing Australia should be number one on their list.

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  4. HKW
    HKW says:

    We have TRAITORS in the government that do not represent THE PEOPLE nor they have in their hearts interest of Australians. They are following orders from their globalist bosses who corrupt them to the core.

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  5. Arthur Wall
    Arthur Wall says:

    I feel that help for our farmers is imperative but to make homegrown food more competitive and help our farmers in their hour of need. A levy should be put on all foodstuffs imported into the country & let those who choose to bring foodstuffs into our country & undermining our farmers pay.

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  6. Lisa Manning
    Lisa Manning says:

    Pauline..They all voted against it because it was you who thought of the very common sense idea! Im not shocked they voted against it..They are all self serving,greedy,idiotics,morons!! Who are not clearly looking after Australians!! Makes my blood boil!!

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    • Simon Bradfield
      Simon Bradfield says:

      Could have used the $2.5 Trillion that Turnbull via Morrison gave too Trump ……Ah , but then again we aren’t worth it , are we . Now you know the Leadership Challenge Agenda.

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  7. Ingrid Hall
    Ingrid Hall says:

    To be honest I am not surprised. For the past few years now as an Australian born citizen I have felt betrayed by our Government. Most of the politicians now in Government have been there for years, as long as I can remember, yet none of them have had the fortitude to plan ahead. I feel we are all sailing on are ship headed for the rocks without someone at the helm. Isn’t it surprising that it takes are women to stand up to them and take them to task. While most of the politicians are men it appears you are the only one with balls (excuse my expression that is not how I would normally speak), but it’s true. You are the true voice of the people Pauline, and while you are still using that voice, there is hope. Keep up the good work, you are one tough cookie. You are in my prayers.

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    • Ken Morgan
      Ken Morgan says:

      We should all know what to do next election we have got to wipe that smug look off their faces and give them a walking ticket

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    • monica
      monica says:

      That’s why we should boat labour out and vote on may Pauline Hanson she would look after the Australia people and business and farmers and small business and people there in the 40s and 50s get jobs not these people from overseas To Take All Our Jobs Our Business and the Greens we got a boat the Greens our they are troublemakers and so is labour labour is more for these refugees vote or Pauline Hanson and Pauline Hanson were look after pretty for the Australia people look after our country Australia

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  8. Robyn Williams
    Robyn Williams says:

    Don’t be shocked Pauline … just make it happen, Australia needs vision and you may be the one to drought proof our vast continent. Bradfield’s inland irrigation scheme proposed in 1938 should be revisited. Surely we have the expertise and resources to capture the flooding rains and make Australia the best place on earth!

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  9. Brunhilde Brewin
    Brunhilde Brewin says:

    Make your vote count at the election. Don’t Vote for people who will see it as your approval to go ahead and do what they want to do yet saying you wanted it because you voted for them. Why not surprise them all and get your friends and colleagues to vote for 1 nation. And if we can be told how to vote – I know it is not just by putting a 1 at the top – you need to number the 1 nation candidates in its completeness. A couple of days ago I got a voting paper in my letterbox from The Liberals telling what a fantastic job they did in 2018. Very grandiose thinking. They certainly didn’t do what I wanted them to do, nor I suspect many other Australians either. We have to stand up and be counted and get Pauline over the line.

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  10. JACK O'SULLIVAN
    JACK O'SULLIVAN says:

    Especially after the hell so many Australians have been experiencing with this latest drought, and the impact on our economy, it is extremely disappointing to see so little interest from our senators for using an extra large chunk of tax payer’s monies to our own severely suffering citizens instead of sending this overseas. It doesn’t need to be a permanent change. Congratulations One Nation for the initiative.

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  11. John West
    John West says:

    Maybe those people who voted against the drought proofing Australia should have a think about C.Y. O’Conner and the government of the day in Western Australia when it was decided to build the Mundaring Kalgoorlie water pipeline. If not for that maybe there would be no Kalgoorlie today.
    Thousands of people depend on that pipeline throughout the wheatbelt and beyond also the rock catchments with cement tanks still standing today.

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  12. Keith Cashman
    Keith Cashman says:

    Bloody disgusting, economically not viable? what a load of bullshit. Do they really think that everything comes down to an immediate return on investment (corporate speak as we are a registered company on Wall Street). If everything relied on a capital return we would not need a government we should just hand it all over to big international concerns. I would like to know the time span of this stupid rebuttal. Probably 30 years as per all the tollways they are building and not a 100 years that our forefathers used to plan for. Even the parliament was loaded on one side of the house so what hope has a decent proposal got. It is the epitome of crap people leading the country (down and out) with a parliament as undemocratic as we have.

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  13. david wright
    david wright says:

    Greed is the motivation for all of this! It is not only our pollies with their heads in the trough, but the countless landholders have been clearing trees for grass for centuries and turning this country into a dust bowl! Then when the place dries up they whinge and put the hand out! So called farmers on marginal country should get a real job, they may not be able to send their kids to boarding school, but they will be able to have some pride in their contribution to this country. Of course on the other side of the coin, those landholders with the good productive land, will sell out to the highest bidder regardless of what country they come from! All is not what it seems, hypocrisy is rife in this country.

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  14. Mr Colin Belcham
    Mr Colin Belcham says:

    It is so dishearting that the Australian government would prefer to send taxpayers money overseas. Than help our own Australians, we have floods in the north drought in the middle and fires in the south. And the liberals labor and greens would give our taxpayers money overseas? When we have 1 trillion plus dollar debt . It is time for a no confidence vote in our Australian parliament and government.

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  15. Kev Giles
    Kev Giles says:

    It beggars belief. I thought charity was supposed to start at home. Obviously most politicians are persuaded otherwise. Perhaps those that voted against it should now be asked to donate all of their incomes and excessive retirement benefits to drought proofing Australia !!!

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  16. kaye Smith. smith
    kaye Smith. smith says:

    I am so disgusted with what the Labor Party has done, this week,,,,now you can see Death taxes and more coming…..They scare the hell out of me…
    the Farmers need all the help the Gov can give..then you see $500 million going over sees…It makes me sick……….

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  17. Sonja
    Sonja says:

    I agree with most of the comments above. Politicians from all the major parties have really lost the plot. They are self-serving, short-sighted and ignorant – and are certainly not serving the best interests of the country or its people. Keep up the good work, Pauline.

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  18. Kev Giles
    Kev Giles says:

    It beggars belief. I thought charity was supposed to start at home. Obviously most politicians are persuaded otherwise. Perhaps those that voted against it should now be asked to donate all of their incomes and excessive retirement benefits to drought proofing Australia and if not, why ?

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  19. Kym
    Kym says:

    Anne Ruston grew up in a river town and has become one of these rodents. Surprising that she was Assistant minister for agriculture and water resources from 2015 so would have to of known about the dodgy big irrigator dealings 🤔

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  20. Ken Benson
    Ken Benson says:

    It appears a never ending story Australians who are suffering due to floods and droughts etc. The homeless , war vets and sick who have to wait for months to see a doctor. Whereas other non Australians can get financial support right away, the illegal arrivals can get immediate medical attention. It is okay for the greens and others who live in the inner city but don’t actually do anything . It is sad many politicians have NO feelings or support for the average Australian. This is our country and we should first take care of our own.

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  21. Susanne Mardi
    Susanne Mardi says:

    I am disgusted …along with ALL Australians…about how LNP and Labor ruin this country! They have been succeeding in running it into the ground for decades and NOT ONE of them care a toss about the country OR the people and the delicate ecology of this country.
    I have lived here for 17 years and have seen a rapid decline in EVERYTHING except the pollies incomes! They take take take form every angle and they pocket what they can and if they can’t do it legally, they just change or alter a law so they can. We NEED people like you Pauline….you battle for the right causes…although people are not happy about a moslem in your party which WILL cost you votes….but I do agree with all the above comments.
    I’d LOVE to see ALL voters vote ONLY for the small parties, and turn Canberra on its butt, thus emptying that swamp of all the sewage they dictate to us.
    I cannot vote as I am not a citizen, and I can always go back home when the going gets too tough for all of us…but thats not the point…the point is that Australia and its people have a lot to offer the world and unfortunately both those 2 big parties are just dragging it down further and further into the slime and have no thoughts for anyone but themselves.
    I hope you can help Australia…we believe in what you can do Pauline.

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  22. Matthew Swainston
    Matthew Swainston says:

    Hi Pauline,
    Congratulations on your vision, l could go on all day.
    We live in a very lucky country but unfortunately it is not been managed very well. This means from Federal politics down to local governments.
    Money is been wasted left right & centre.
    Lack of vision & apathy is rife.
    May l mention a few.
    Closed railway lines
    Deterating roads with lack of vision because of the radical green movement.
    Live Export under threat. Please may l add.
    1: Our enemy is one very passionate group of people.
    2: We, as an industry are nothing other than a disgrace to ourselves because we are not United in our cause.
    The day rural Australia desides to pull together & unite as ONE will be the day we start to go forward.
    p
    This move needs to come from our sensible policies like yourself, Bob Katter, Clive Palmer & I’m sure there’s many more.
    Pauline, l would dearly like you to ring me some time for a down to earth discussion about the above.
    Regards,
    Matthew Swainston.
    0429111455

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  23. Joy And John Obajdin
    Joy And John Obajdin says:

    Pauline…we are so appreciative that you displayed such sincerity and absolute fortitude in putting the needs before parliament, of our country and Australian people… only to result in these parliamentary money and time wasters void of any honest empathy and basic feeling Such selfish creatures focus on their own prominence with no true belief in doing good for our once..a beautiful country and those who have suffered in the recent disasters. Please can we ensure that all the new arrivals from Manus are housed in the Wentworth electorate. Australia needs you and Mark more than ever. Keep up the good fight….we are counting and supporting you.

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  24. Bob Bear
    Bob Bear says:

    This proves once again that all of the sitting members of both main parties have not a brain between them. But it is not only the mob of arse kissing UN pollies that we have today
    . In the 20-s Ian L Iddries put a book out on how to solve our water problems. He was ignored, as it is today when if you are One Nation they will not vote for you on principal even if you are right.

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  25. Trevor Gunning
    Trevor Gunning says:

    I’d be aiming to get this story into the press. Try and get several different angles; ABC’ Rural report, Q&A, etc Then onto SkyNews, Nothing further will be achieved unless you maintain the rage.

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  26. John skinner
    John skinner says:

    Pollies these days dont give a rats about any aussie except themselves and the usless un witch is run by muslums thus bill shorten wants to bring 50000 more of these low life in to distroy what is left of our country that is why we should vote for people who will look after this wonderfull country before it becomes á shit hole like other muslum countrys so pauline you get my vote to drought australia and no more handouts to other countrys untill australian people are looked after tirst homeless vets pensioners and farmers and flood victims so Pauline Bob Clive lets take our country back from these arsoles stop musulm imergration and fix Australia up first and foremost

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  27. Wayne
    Wayne says:

    The worst form of terrorists effecting Australia at the moment are the narrow minded , self indulging wankers controlling us , none of which have any real practical outlook or solutions regarding issues effecting our nation . This may also be attributable to the vast majority having never had a real job !!
    Pauline Hanson is our only chance at turning things around , and addressing many of the issues that many of us are talking about !

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  28. Marilyn
    Marilyn says:

    Please tell me I am wrong? Yes! I am disappointed but by drought proofing including fire disasters there would be no revenue for state and federal governments. Think of all the purchases having to be made after these disasters GST on sales etc.
    The Government gives with one hand and takes with the other – global warming etc suits their agenda, there have been many historical disasters. Any sensible government would try to alleviate these disasters by mitigative measures.
    This flood disaster could have been largely avoided if flood mitigation dams were in place (3 dams) and built in way not to the detriment of the environment.
    What on earth is the current governments water policy as stated during the Senate vote?

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  29. monica
    monica says:

    That’s why we should boat labour out and vote on may Pauline Hanson she would look after the Australia people and business and farmers and small business and people there in the 40s and 50s get jobs not these people from overseas To Take All Our Jobs Our Business and the Greens we got a vote the Greens our they are troublemakers and so is labour labour is more for these refugees vote or Pauline Hanson were look after pretty for the Australia people look after our country Australia

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  30. Shirley Valentine
    Shirley Valentine says:

    At least someone has the guts to stand up for what they and we believe. Thanks Pauline. Shows what greed can do to politicians in the big parties. They do not care at all about the people already in their own country. I am above disgusted with our politicians being only concerned with with lining their own pockets at the expense of their own people. Keep up the good work.

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