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Help One Nation Get Australia Out of the United Nations

The United Nations is a con.They've come to the conclusion that Australia and similar countries need to contribute to a fund to the tune of $100 Billion per year to support their crusade against climate change. What a joke!It's time to STOP taking money out of Australia and START putting it towards Australians.

Posted by Steve Dickson - Pauline Hanson's One Nation on Monday, December 17, 2018

#AusExit – One Nation says pull out of Paris Accord & UN

The United Nations is a con.

They’ve come to the conclusion that Australia and similar countries need to contribute to a fund to the tune of $100 Billion per year to support their crusade against climate change. What a joke!

It’s time to STOP taking money out of Australia and START putting it towards Australians.

Australia’s economy will be among the worst hit by the Paris climate change agreement, enduring slower growth, fewer jobs and a “notable” 6% slump in exchange rate according to a new report published in today’s Australian.

That’s before Labor almost doubles the current Government’s renewable energy target to 45 – 50%.

Mark my words, we are fools to remain a signatory to this industry / jobs and economy destroying Paris Agreement.

Donald Trump had the sense to remove America from the list of participating countries and it’s about time Australia did the same.

Instead, our politicians have swallowed the scaremongering of former Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery.

In 2005, Flannery predicted Sydney’s dams could be dry in as little as two years because global warming was drying up the rains, leaving the city “facing extreme difficulties with water”.

RUBBISH

In 2008, Flannery said: “The water problem is so severe for Adelaide that it may run out of water by early 2009.”

AGAIN RUBBISH

In 2007, Flannery predicted cities such as Brisbane would never again have dam-filling rains, as global warming had caused “a 20 percent decrease in rainfall in some areas” and made the soil too hot, “so even the rain that falls isn’t actually going to fill our dams and river systems … “.

MORE RUBBISH

When we listen to the advice of people who’s claims have repeatedly not been true, everyone in Australia suffers.

Why Australia Day must stay – Pauline Hanson

This is my opinion piece published in the Courier Mail on why I think January 26 needs to remain Australia Day and why I think it would be a terrible mistake to create a separate national day for indigenous Australians alone.

Please have a read and let me know what you think. Do you agree Australia day must be celebrated on January 26? Do you think we should give in to those who demand the day be changed? And do you think we need a separate national day solely for indigenous Australians?

I’m keen to hear what you have to say.

-Pauline Hanson


Courier Mail, 26/09/18

SCOTT MORRISON was off the mark yesterday when he offered appeasement to those who wish to move Australia Day from January 26 by suggesting the creation of a national public holiday dedicated to the celebration of indigenous Australians.

This would be a mistake because it is simply a continuation of politics that have been dividing Australians for decades.

The Prime Minister must not fall into the trap of splitting Australia into separate groups with different rights, by creating what would be seen as a separate national day for indigenous Australians.

As I said in my 1996 maiden speech, if politicians continue to promote separatism in Australia, they should not continue to hold their seats in this Parliament. They are not truly representing all Australians, and I call on the people to throw them out.

To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag. I could add to that one national day.

On January 26, 1788, the future of this great continent changed and no one is trying to deny that. However, to declare that the date represents something regrettable or something that could perhaps be rectified is wrong. Not only is it wrong, but it is a dangerous idea, and if we continue to allow it to grow in popularity, it will slowly but surely tear our great nation apart.

I think opposition to the current Australia Day date is born from an ignorance of history and a powerful strain of white guilt that has been fostered among Australians by a cynical and self-loathing left.

You don’t rewrite history, you learn from it

January 26 has been celebrated in Australia for over 200 years, and it doesn’t signify the colonisation of Australia by the British.

What the date represents is the moment when the brave men and women of the First Fleet arrived in Australia, not by their own free will, but by the will of others. They landed on the shores of a land unknown to them, seeking not to conquer, but to survive.

And no one is denying that there was conflict and tragedy when new Australians, fighting to survive, clashed with Australians who had been surviving here for thousands of years.

But I strongly believe the way we repair the wounds of the past will not be through creating more division, but through celebrating January 26, 1788, the day that our ancestors were thrust together by forces outside of their control and yet still managed to come together to build one of the greatest nations on Earth.