Gutless Politicians

There's only one way to describe this week's Government, disgraceful. Pauline stuck the boot in with her speech. Watch the full version here: https://www.facebook.com/PaulineHansonAu/videos/1831414936906991/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Wednesday, August 22, 2018

State of Politics a National Disgrace

As Australia approaches its 7th Prime Minister in 11 years, many Australians are wondering when we’ll get a Government that simply gets on with the job of running the country.

Despite the distractions, One Nation kept busy for everyday Australians keeping the Government to account and continuing to push for lower immigration, an extension to the banking royal commission and blocking tax cuts for multinational companies.

Despite that, we made sure to stick the boot in to let the major parties know what you thought of them.

52 replies
  1. Nick
    Nick says:

    Now is the perfect time.
    Every one, spread the word to everybody you can.
    The two major parties are an absolute joke and have blown any chance of respect from the public.
    The public are now looking for a proper change in government.
    One Nation can really make some gains out of this if we all help to spread our support.

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    • Mark Sdr
      Mark Sdr says:

      Correct Pauline, the solution is simple, we must all vote for an alternate party or independent, put Labour, & the Liberal Nationals last on your ballot. Then we may get a new system with competent capable people running it. We sure as hell have no chance with the current party sytem and the people in them. The vast majority of current politicians are useless.

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    • mark fitzgerald
      mark fitzgerald says:

      Timely comments great mate
      Portfolio based elections, eg transport etc best party politician credential for job history experience for the portfolio at the election box on polling day. Once elected they are independent politicians working for Australia. Portfolio based election day ballot box.

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  2. Ian Coupe
    Ian Coupe says:

    Very well saidPauline, hear alot of comments on social media that’s exactly what people are saying, lets not forget tho the amount of farmers and other families suffering trying to get through each week

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  3. Kevin Yvonne Johns
    Kevin Yvonne Johns says:

    Thank you Pauline for being our voice. Libs and lab must be stopped from signing UN agreements on climate change and immigration. Australia needs a Conservative Liberal party to give us a real choice against lab and greens. After we vote One Nation!

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  4. Peter Smith
    Peter Smith says:

    Spot on Pauline. When faced with the truth, they turn away, thinking only of themselves, not the public that put them in office.

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  5. Lloyd Budd
    Lloyd Budd says:

    THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC WANT TO BACK A PARTY WHO WILL STOP BRINGING PEOPLE INTO THIS COUNTRY ,WHO WILL NOT ASSIMILATE ,AND A PARTY WHO WILL DEPORT THOSE WHO ARE CAUSEING FEAR AND WHO HAVE ONLY ONE DESIRE TO DESTROY OUR WAY OF LIFE>

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  6. Colleen Turnbull
    Colleen Turnbull says:

    This is your time Pauline GO FOR IT. People are just sick and tired of all in infighting and back biting in parliament. They are nothing more than a bunch of school children. Nothing is getting done for the country.

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  7. Lorraine Martin
    Lorraine Martin says:

    You go Pauline ,We need a new Government to run this country, Pauline Hanson you should be our prime minister.

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  8. John Nelly
    John Nelly says:

    It is obvious to most Australians that the major parties don’t take their voters seriously but are too apathetic to do anything about it. It’s time for real change in the political world to rein in the spending and waste within government which can only be achieved by voting for candidates that listen and also make government responsible and liable for any harm they do.

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  9. Kerry Hughes
    Kerry Hughes says:

    Hi we need a candidate here in Canberra and Queanbeyan area sick of what and who we have here. We need someone to at least be true to the voters and most of all the Australian public. I am sick of the crap we have had here in Canberra. Listen to the people not there ego’s.

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  10. FPA von Dreger
    FPA von Dreger says:

    Unfortunately the majority of the Australian population are still with their situation to put in the enery, time and effort to take their responsibility as citizens – throw out the self-serving horrid politicians and send some effective representatives to their parliaments (who won’t act like stupid rowdy teenagers shouting at each other across the aisle!!). More and more people are beginning to hurt more and more from the System they allow to run them (like sheep!!) – and one can only hope that their level of will rise even more sharply and quickly so that a lot more people will sit up, look around, and DEMAND CHANGE IN THEIR PERSONAL AND ACTUAL NATIONAL INTEREST !!

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  11. Les Battley
    Les Battley says:

    Its time for a great PM to walk into the big room where all they do is throw shit at each other and do a great thing for our country.( And look around that room and PICK THE BEST people for the job to run our country no matter whot party they belong to,because it was US the PEOPLE who put them there
    Have a great day,we may have good gov. One day here hoping

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  12. Grahame
    Grahame says:

    We need Australian’s to start now rebuilding this great country not giving our resources away to multi national business to make a fortune out of it and give us second rate. Return jobs to Australia and get them to operate productive with no waste. We must fix our power today by 24×7 action to build coal fired power stations ASAP by Australians.

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    • Les Battley
      Les Battley says:

      Agrea with you graham ,gov. Have to look after it people with better power supply at the lowest price BUILD POWER STATIONS (coal )We the PEOPLE would own them and pay them off though our bills.How bloody stupid could you be TO SELL OUR POWER LINES TO OVERSEAS PEOPLE?without these lines from stations to the people (who controls the supply)Stop giving our money over seas and build large water storage dams,lakes now we all know this bad drought will come to a end with big floods.All good things begin at HOME.
      Thanks for been OUR voice Pauline

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  13. Sherry newby
    Sherry newby says:

    Thanks Pauline for speaking up for us Australians you do us proud every time you speak up to them, you should be our prime minister not these other clowns

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  14. Grahame
    Grahame says:

    I love this country I was born in called in Australia. But I do not like the way the major parties are pulling it apart. How big business are after profit and others for greed and control. We are a western culture country and we need to stay this way. Here everyone is looked after the best way possible. A hard day’s work for a fair pay. Not the opposite of a minority at the top with all the riches and the rest very poor. When you die you cannot take it with you only your spirit. Pauline and ONE NATION we must all be ready for the future of Australia because we owe it to our country to give support to make this country great again.

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  15. Colin Timms
    Colin Timms says:

    Thanks again Pauline for having the guts to stand up to those self righteous idiots who think they are running the country properly. They are making a joke out of this country. The rest of the World is having a good laugh at our expense. We need a leader like yourself who is not afraid to say what the majority of Australian’s think but are too afraid to speak up for fear of retribution. Get stuck into them Pauline. Colin Timms

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  16. Phillip Ashby
    Phillip Ashby says:

    Well said these morons are thinking only of themselves and how to keep their jobs. There are more important issues to deal with. No wonder people are sick and tired of the two major parties over the last few years chopping and changing their leaders especially with no justification. I love the way they expect their members to toe the party line yet denigrate ONE NATION and any other minor party for showing solidarity behind their chosen leader.
    Bring on an election and let the people decide.

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  17. Jan
    Jan says:

    Pauline, What is happening to Charters Towers gold mine on the ASX:CTO, share price 00.07 there is no interaction surposed to be owned by a co-operation

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  18. Peter Herring
    Peter Herring says:

    Good on you pauline .We are getting sick of both parties .It is time we had a government that thinks of us pensioners.I for one have worked since i was 16 and paid my taxes and retired .The government needs to be held accountable and they need to stop letting these foreigners in .And we need to ban the burkas from being worn in public.

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  19. Severino Serena
    Severino Serena says:

    Well done Pauline, You are one of us. You are different than M. Turnbull, Bill Shorten, and others cronies. You care for AUSTRALIA. YOU ARE ONE OF “US”. When media call you as should be a dishonour: “ex fish and cheap shop owner”, they do the opposite to my ideas. Bastards!!!!
    NO VOTE AT ALL FOR LABOR, GREENY AND LIBERALS COALITION.
    THE DESTINY WITH GREENY, LABOR, LIBERAL COALITION IN POWER WILL BE,
    “AUSTRALIA IN POVERTY”.
    “AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN HYPER VACCINATED BUT AFFECTED BY CHRONIC DISEASES
    AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES”.
    THE RISE OF GST, WILL BE THE DEMISE OF THE WHOLE COUNTRY. Sevy

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  20. MICK saunders
    MICK saunders says:

    Good on you Pauline. I fail to understand how your words bounce off those dopey heads Turnbull and opposition leader Shorten. True, the liberals did stop the boats but, they opened the airports to those wanting to get into Australia legally . That tells me both parties want a big population Australia and want it fast. I feel the country’s being swamped by Asian people and the ever expanding Muslim way of life. I think the country is so fragmented with new arrivals I feel a little concerned for its present heading.

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  21. Fred
    Fred says:

    My right knee is more stable than the coalition. Iv’e read and reread our policies and support them as superior in intention for Australians and our future.
    Our past Federal governments (20 yrs) had every opportunity to tax resource exploiting corporations either by owning 10% of each enterprise and profits therein. MRRTax should have been negotiated every 2 yrs. Our young could have been trained to take advantage of the mining boom, apprenticeships, engineering, technology etc. Nah didn’t happen.

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  22. Hilco
    Hilco says:

    Pauline you are totally RIGHT , these politicians in this Country of Hours SHOULD be ashamed of them selfs, fighting like little kids in Canberra , a laughing stock for all the world to see with their fancy speeches which mean NOTHING .Why don’t they get of their fat a@$#s and FIX the problems in this Country , first of all take the cheque book of our foreign minister , and give it to some one else who IS capable of looking after it and look first of all after our OWN back yard instead of sending BILLIONS of dollars overseas , how about give our FARMERS a billion dollars ,si they can look after their farms and produce for OUR country instead of all those imports from other countries.

    Yes Pauline we are ALL sick of the Canberra fat cats who are only interested in their own back pocket , but do VERY LITTLE to run this country the way they should .

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  23. Ken
    Ken says:

    Pauline this is the perfect time for you. I doubt if you will get another opportunity like this where both major parties are so bad. Neither of them have our county at heart this is blatantly obvious. Just look at the state of our nation.
    Alot of them are just professional (and I use the term loosely ) politicians most of them have never had a real job. Labour especially, most of them seem to have come from the union ranks, that says it all. The unions have had alot to do with why our country is in such a mess. You will have a battle there, they have money and money is power.
    Look at question time in Parliament it is truly embarrassing.
    I know you have had a few disappointments and embarrassing moments with some of your candidates in the past. I hope that you have learnt from this and so choose your candidates wisely in the future. I do understand that you cannot get it right 100% of the time, you have to be so aware. You need quality and they are out there, they just have to be found.
    I really do believe that you are truly honest and love your country, unlike most, not all but most politicians of today.
    Your morals and principals are all in order. You have done jail time, which is proof of this. You didn’t deserve that sort of treatment and the people responsible have and will pay the price for their treachery. You came through ok.
    I have watched you closely for some time now and have given alot of thought before I decided to write this narrative.
    I am trying not to be long winded but I will not be posting again.
    Now Pauline please understand what I am about to say is Constructive NOT Destructive.
    It is said that you are not a good orator and unfortunately this is true, it is probably nerves mixed with passion. Please correct this, there are many ways you can do this. This is your only downfall and it is so important that you get it right.
    Good luck for the future. I pray that the universe is good to you and therefore our country. In you we at least have some hope.
    Take care.

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  24. Keith Haycraft
    Keith Haycraft says:

    We need to rid Australia of the Two Party Preferred system! While we have that, we can only expect to have one or other of the 2 largest Parties/Coalitions running each other down instead of running the Country!
    The current situation in America has come about because voters there are sick of Business as usual from their 2 major Parties. I had thought that Trump would only reach a certain stage, as a protest to warn the others that the US voters had had enough of being treated like mushrooms. I was both surprised & horrified that Trump became the President.
    Even our last few elections revealed to me that Australians are also fed up with Business as Usual. I have not given either of the 2 major players my first preference for many years, instead preferring to vote for Pauline, The Shooters & Fishers, Bob Katter & any other group before finally giving my last choice to the Coalition because I could not (in all conscience) vote Labor since they not only invited the People Traffickers to resume operations but also recklessly wasted the surplus the Coalition had left them with.
    While they did protect us from economic mayhem, they could have acted far more responsibly with the funds available to them.
    There is an old saying in Australian Politics that the Coalition fixes the budget deficit & refills the Government coffers & Labor wastes it again, returning our economy to a state of deficit.
    As for the Greens, I shudder in horror & amazement whenever one of them makes a public statement because I firmly believe that if they came to power our unemployment levels would reach a world record.
    I believe in Pauline’s policies (for the most part, after all, no-one is perfect) & her love of Australia & Australians but caution her to be careful who else she supports & allows to tag along on her coat tails.
    For Pauline to have more credibility this is extremely important.
    I would also like to see the Australian Parliament run along the same lines as the original Westminster System (as I understand it) where each elected Representative is allowed to vote according to their conscience & not be forced to vote on Party Lines, even if it is to the detriment of their own Electorate.

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  25. Cheapcialis
    Cheapcialis says:

    So glad to have you in Canberra The wishy washy weak self seekers are there for themselves. Keep socking it to them We need more brave. And loyal Australians to represent the rest of us in Parliament. We appreciate all the sacrifices you have made for this Country Pauline. Bravo !!! And may you be Blessed in you endeavours.

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  26. Les Battley
    Les Battley says:

    Well done Pauline you are the one person who does speak for us THE PEOPLE there is one thing I would wish to hear as well , and others would like to hear a vote off THANKS to Peter for having the guts to stand up and get rid off Malcomdolittle(on the floor off parlement,) he may not have won for himself ,but he won for Us the PEOPLE.
    YOU HAVE OUR VOTES

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  27. Karin Meredith
    Karin Meredith says:

    Obviously we can not win an Election outright ! The Left will always vote Labor and Greens ! The rest will vote for the Coalition . So then you have the smaller Parties . Thus what we need to do is vote as many One Nation Candidates in to the Lower House and back them up with all the Conservatives and far right winged candidates and Christian Abd all Independents , no matter how stupid they sound . They can’t do any harm. Just look at Sarah Hanson Young and her crazy buddies ! Totally useless . But the facts are this : if you use all of your preferences . This is the only way you can fill the Lower House with right winged and Conseritive Senators . That is where the Power comes from ! Regard your Ballot Paper as your precious Gun and your preferences as your precious Bullets . Study the Candidates beforehand and aim for the Bulls Eye ! It takes a bit of study . But Election Day is where you are in charge . You have the Power in your hand . Do not vote the lazy way . Use everyone of your preferences . Never give your precious bullets away. If you do they will go to Labor or the Coalition . Give Pauline and Cory the Power by backing them up !

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  28. Alan Rawnsley
    Alan Rawnsley says:

    WELL LETS HOPE THEY ARE LISTING TO THE PEOPLE OF AUSTRALIA WHO ARE THERE BOSSES AND PAY YOUR WAGES NO1 RESIGN FROM UNITED NATIONS THE BIGIST WASTE OF MONEY NO 2 STOP ALL THE AID PAID OUT OF THE COUNTRY AND PAY IT TO OUR OWN PEOPLE CHARITY BEGINES AT HOME FIRST AND MAKE IT LIKE UTOPEA NO3 STOP ALL IMIGRATION TILL WE HAVE GOT WHAT WE NEED FOR THE PEOPLE BETTER HOSPIPAL SERVICES AND ALL THE THINGS WE NEED WE PAY THE TAXES .YOU WILL NEVER STOP HUNGER AND STARVATION TILL THEY STOP BREEDING LIKE RABBITS. WELL THATS MY BIT OF MY CHEST I NO A LOT OF PEOPLE WILL THINK I HAVE NO FEELING BUT YOU SEE I DO

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  29. Erika Little
    Erika Little says:

    Sick and tired of liberal and Labour. Bickering like two naughty children, each one not seeing to the others point of view. What can they do to get it through their thick skulls that the people of Australia are over what they think or do and have no confidence in their parties or leadership.

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  30. r hayward
    r hayward says:

    australia could be in danger of becoming a dictatorship with a strong man or women dictator.
    whenone shows up
    meanwhile the show goes on
    and to think pollies get a life long pension for only three yrs work makes one really think about the low paid and unemployed

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  31. r hayward
    r hayward says:

    local govt should also be got rid off
    especially as unconstituitional under the constituition
    each 6months they up their charges and no one can stop them or the gravy chain

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  32. Stella
    Stella says:

    Pauline, as the Voice of Reason in this moment of political despair, would you consider being Head of an Australian Republic!? Just askin’…!

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  33. Geoffrey Schleehauf
    Geoffrey Schleehauf says:

    Hi! Pauline, well done once again. How come that the majority of fair dinkum Australians and yourself can see what the major parties and Greens cannot? Are they so blinded by their egos or so tied into the UN and other outside influences that see our governments continually shafting the country and it’s people. They promise so much in the run up to elections and once in there squander the country’s’ money by giving obscene amounts to external sources whilst ignoring the plight of Australians or improving our infrastructure.

    We need projects to get Australian industry up and running and providing work for the unemployed. Our ship building, motor vehicle and Aviation industries no longer exist and that is to the detriment of the country and reduces government earnings. On the Defence side, this places this country at great risk should Australia ever be threatened by an outside source. The government has made such a song and dance about the expenditure on aircraft, drones and other military hardware, yet, most of it has been sourced from other countries. Our industries were tied into a system whereby they could be audited by Defence where they were required to switch over to wartime tooling. That system no longer exists and with the technology of warfare today, it is highly unlikely that we would ever be able to be resupplied with weaponry from outside countries where those supplies could be intercepted/destroyed before ever reaching our shores. Added to this is the fact that we have no local industries to continue the skills of workers within these fields. After twenty years of service to this country in the Army, I am glad that I am no longer serving especially with everyone having to consume Halal rations. What a slap in the face to those who are currently fighting against those who consume and believe in the Halal process.
    Our country, particularly our farmers battle against droughts and the country cannot even install infrastructure in an effort to drought proof the country. I see what South Australia and Western Australian organisations have done in the past running water pipelines to remote districts that enables those communities to exist and it confounds me that in a so called advanced country, we have lost the ability/drive within our governments to do similar and reduce the sole destroying effects upon farmers and their families.
    A project of this immensity would be costly, but would produce employment and industry for many years to come and would require maintenance and further extensions into the future. We need dams which could be topped up with monsoonal rains in the north. The ridiculous excuses of destroying frog habitats is a joke. I thought that frogs were amphibians and need water to live and thrive.

    If the government enforced the royalties that they should be collecting from international companies obtaining mining resources etc., from Australia, this money could go a long way to providing funds for our citizens and the infrastructure to badly needed.

    With China and India continuing to build coal fired power stations, why the hell are we moving away from a reliable and cheap source of power generation when we have coal coming out of our ears? Once again our major parties are pushing this country into power sources that are neither cheap or able to produce power 24/7. I have looked at the horizontal falls in Western Australia and can only imagine how much power could be generated in similar setups, particularly if man made canyons were excavated and fitted with generators and linked to high power lines to push power to areas where it is required. Wave action generation plants could also be used and would be more reliable that solar and its is there 24/7.

    We definitely need politicians who think outside of the box and who are not tied into pandering to external sources or more interested in lining their pockets. They are voted into power to run this country on our behalf and no-one else. It is their job to look after the Australian people and our way of life. They have failed dismally and seem hell bent on allowing our country to be dictated to by the UN and others and are pushing the Islamic cause. Australia has been generous to those who have come to our shores in the past seeking a better life have assimilated and enriched our country. The same cannot be said of current influx of those immigrants who are currently flooding into the country, ignore our laws, lifestyle and have no intentions of assimilating but are happy to hold their hands out and take from our welfare system. I commend Senator Anning on his speech and was sickened by the obvious bullshit that was thrown his way. The figure of speech he used was taken out of context and blown out of proportion by every Tom, Dick and Harry within the parliament. I don’t believe that he has a case to answer as he was saying what the majority of Australians are discussing in everyday life. Our pandering, pussy footed, whinging mob in Canberra need to get out and speak to their constituents rather than pissing in each other’s pockets. The crocodile tears and carrying on was enough to make a person puke.

    Well, I had best get off my soap box and let you get on with your business. Keep up the good work.
    Cheers
    Geoff Schleehauf

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