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Is there a single person here who didn't think it was a bad idea to sign up to the Paris Agreement?I've visited a number of small business and charities recently and their monthly power bills are horrific. Knocking down coal fired power stations and subsidising unreliable wind and solar, just to satisfy an agreement we never should have signed will only make things worse.Australians are sick of being dictated to by unelected bureaucrat with no regard for the best interests of Australians. We should never have signed the Paris Agreement and we should pull out as soon as we can!I discussed this and more on Sunrise this morning and as always I would love to hear what you have to say about all the topics we covered.Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Sunday, July 8, 2018

“Pull Out of UN Paris Agreement Now” – Pauline Hanson

Is there a single person here who didn’t think it was a bad idea to sign up to the Paris Agreement?

I’ve visited a number of small business and charities recently and their monthly power bills are horrific. Knocking down coal fired power stations and subsidising unreliable wind and solar, just to satisfy an agreement we never should have signed will only make things worse.

Australians are sick of being dictated to by unelected bureaucrat with no regard for the best interests of Australians. We should never have signed the Paris Agreement and we should pull out as soon as we can!

I discussed this and more on Sunrise this morning and as always I would love to hear what you have to say about all the topics we covered.

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  1. Robert Buckley
    Robert Buckley says:

    Good on you Pauline, you have it spot on, and you have enlightened Daren Hinch on this one, I’m glad to see you have linked up with Mark Latham, he has been through the mill and knows his opponents well, the back stabbing suckers that exist in parliament, whom are only there taking up valuable space that could be filled with decent concerning constituents that give decisions from there head rather than please what their party leaders want, (whom rule according to their financial supporters wants, the minority’s faceless capitalist.

    I believe Mark is a straight shooter that has developed his strategy from his treatment of his former party, he won’t take the wool being pulled over his eyes, Mark dose care for all Australians and the future he’s leaving for all our sidlings. Regards Rob

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  2. Lindian
    Lindian says:

    I would like to see a fair rebate for Solar Feed back .07135 is not a fair feedback price 10 Cents would be a fair feedback price. the electricity companies are charging 240673 Cents that is 350% profit on our feedback allowance. 250% would be a far farer feedback price with a =% increase when electricity prices are increased.
    Why are the Government instrumentalities robbing use when we have no comeback on them maybe a class action would succeed.
    The original feedback price of 40+ 7 Cents was a stupid feed back price as usual the government does not put enough thought into its idea’s some as govt contracts for work on building I am sure that if the letting of contracts was given out to a private firm costs would be reduced if a number of companies were allowed to have the letting contract.
    For instance Victoria Park Rail Station I believe cost $9,000,000 dollars for a curve roof construction with steel frame & Concrete platforms & paving + electrical work Etc.
    Look at this compared to house prices no comparison whatsoever.
    When the Govt wanted people to instal LPG on their cars the price to instal was about $1500.00 when govt offered a rebate the price increased to $5000.00.
    Another daylight robbery.
    What is wrong with our stupid governments.

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  3. John McDermott
    John McDermott says:

    Pauline is right again about the Paris climate scam. Less than half the countries in the world are signatories. China – one of the heaviest polluters in the world gets a deal where they are allowed to double their emissions. India, another of the heaviest polluters, has no restrictions at all. Both are building coal fired power stations at the rate of one a month. What a joke. Even if Australia had zero emissions it would not make one iota of difference to the world’s emissions. Volcanic activity produces around 645 million tons of CO2 per year. Very rubbery figures suggest Australia contributes 1.8% of emissions. Not much mention in the media that a fair proportion of that is from bushfires. Opt out of the New World Order scam and their redistribution of wealth.

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    • Glen Cookson
      Glen Cookson says:

      Spot on! The worlds volcanic eruptions puts out more emmissions and pollution than humans have ever done. Yet they like to not report on this.
      Pulling out of this so called Paris Agreement would be the best for Australia, as it does not benefit us at all and why should we have the New World Order, also known as the EU dictate to us!

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    • Geoffrey Schleehauf
      Geoffrey Schleehauf says:

      Good on you John. The problem has been caused by privatization so that they can sell off public infrastructure. The governments see it as a money grab that then releases them from their responsibilities of looking after the voters. They then pass the blame onto the suppliers and weasel out of any public responsibilities. Look at the mess with the Australia Post and Telstra. When both of these facilities were government owned as the PMG (Post Master General) Australian people received much better services. Our water, wharf systems and rail systems have been sold off and many jobs lost. So much for Labor and the unions whom I thought were dedicated to ensuring local jobs. It’s a bloody farce, more so with Shorten wanting the top job, especially when he shafted so many workers when he was working in the unions. Those strong union followers want to take a good hard look at what has occurred under the likes of Keating, Gillard and this little turd. The only ones to benefit from unionism are the hierarchy and union heavies. This country needs a big kick in the pants and fresh blood in charge to get us back on track so that the people actually get the benefits of honest government.

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  4. Lochie
    Lochie says:

    Well done Pauline,
    The more Australians wake – up to these criminals who work for the banksters who in turn own the media, are destroying this country, also off topic, but I was overtaking on the freeway the other day, & was over the speed limit for 20seconds while doing so, I was subsequently fined $891.00 Can you justify this ? & This Amount ? I do Dialysis & am on a disability pension ! This amount will destroy my budget dramatically, there should be common sense to these revenue raisers!
    This gives me more incentive tp try to donate Pauline. Keep up the great work.

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  5. Geoffrey Schleehauf
    Geoffrey Schleehauf says:

    The garbage that the major parties and greens expect us to swallow is sickening. There are people who have worked within our coal fired power plants and know first hand just how clean the industry is; however, the media and the major parties don’t want to know anything about it. Australia has lost so many industries because of signing up to agreements that just don’t cut the mustard. We have coal in abundance which really belongs to the Australian people and it should be used to ensure that our people can live comfortable and economic lives. It’s time to put a stop to daylight robbery that is thrust upon us by those only interested in pushing us to a New World Order. It’s great to see Pauline calling them out on this. It’s a pity the the ABC didn’t get behind this and print what we all know is the truth. Their left wing ideas have attracted what they deserve and if they cannot print/report the truth about what is occurring within the country they deserve to have the plug pulled on them. If the other media outlets saw this they might just go back to honest reporting and supporting those with the correct ideas. At present, we have to rely on Pauline and the One Nation to keep us all up to speed. Keep up the good work.

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  6. Robbie lade
    Robbie lade says:

    How Stupid to close down our power house plants when. Like you said. We have the best clean coal to burn. .When you fly over the coal loading place at Abbott Point south of Mackey Qld You will see. And I have counted up to thirty Ships waiting to be loaded. ..All those ships are taking that coal overseas to other countries. ..

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    • Geoffrey Schleehauf
      Geoffrey Schleehauf says:

      Robbie, apart from us using our own coal to guarantee cheap and affordable electricity for our people and making our businesses more competitive as a result, I wonder if our governments are collecting the correct value royalties on behalf of the Australian people. Our Constitution states that it is the incumbent governments’ responsibility to collect royalties upon all Australian mineral and oil commodities on behalf of the Australian people as we are deemed to be the owners of those commodities NOT the people in government. They are there to govern as elected BUT they are not living up to their responsibilities.

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  7. Peter Rees
    Peter Rees says:

    Australia emits 1% of the world’s total carbon dioxide and the government wants to reduce this by 20% or reduce emissions by 0.2% of the world’s total CO2 emissions. What effect will this have on existing CO2 levels?
    By their own figures, they state the CO2 in air has risen from 0.034% to 0.038% in 50 years. Assuming this is correct, the world CO2 has increased in 50 years by 0.004%. Per year that is .004 divided by 50 = .00008 percent. (Getting confusing -but stay with me).
    Of that because we only contribute 1% our emissions would cause CO2 to rise 0.00008 divided by 100 = 0.0000008%. Of that 1% we supposedly emit, the government wants to reduce it by 20%, which is 1/5th of .0000008 = .00000016% effect per year they would have on the world CO2 emissions based on their own figures. That would equate to an area in the same room, as the size of a small pin!

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  8. Lindsay Hackett
    Lindsay Hackett says:

    I sent you an email on 11 July 2018,attaching my paper entitled, “Global Warming Misunderstood”. This paper included a section about the Paris agreement and the nonsense it is. It also included a discussion about global warming with evidence to show why the prevailing view is likely wrong, and why Australia should not abandon coal and should embrace nuclear power.

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  9. Tom Brown
    Tom Brown says:

    The clime change is because of councils putting black roofs on houses and the roads are black as well that causes massive heat the worst colour heat they could use. You have to understand high pressured systems and toffs high pleasure system come from the south they spin in a any clock wise direction nice cool air then and it goes to the south east then east then north east then north now the hot from Queensland and that comes down to Sydney and heats the black roofs and roads in the summer and if the councils around Camden are going to build 30 thousand houses with black roofs the temperature will hit close to top 50 degrease heat then the high pressure system goes north west then west then south this is the back end and goes out to the east sea and goon . Then trots are like a u coming from the west and full of heat in summer to the east. In the summer take your shoes and socks of and stand on the road then you will know the truth
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  10. RW
    RW says:

    Pauline gets it, 100% spot on. Australia should pull out of the paris climate scam immediately. We can run our own version of improving things for the future, in a staged, affordable and reliable manner, as technology advances along the way, without some corrupt world organisation telling us what to do along the way!
    This scam of an agreement is destroying Australia! Exit the UNHRC, Exit the UN Paris Scam, Exit the UN entirely!

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  11. Ross Barnett
    Ross Barnett says:

    Well done Pauline you are right again. You state the facts. You are right about Shorten he is so dishonest and negative politician of all time. Good to see and Derryn are getting on l don’t agree with some of Derryn ideas. But l think he is genuine like you. Go One Nation.regards Ross Barnett.

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  12. Joy
    Joy says:

    Agree with above comments. We have to reduce power costs..it’s ok for the wealthy and (non)!!! progressive to still use their vehicles, air cons, latte makers, all electrical/appliances, hair devices, whilst 1,000 people are having the power disconnected on a weekly basis. Imagine the ABC presenters appearing on tv after having ridden their push bikes to work, sitting in front of cameras with no air cons available, no makeup and hair styling performed. Pathetic. What fools! Only kidding themselves. What goes round comes around. Thank you Pauline for getting out there and making a noise for this great country and many many great people….who unfortunately are the silent but sad majority You, Mark, Ross and Rowen, Andrew Bolt, Gary Hardgrave etc are our only hope.

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