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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.

Australia is Taking a Stand Against the United Nations

The UN is now condemning all countries that don't agree with their Global Compact. One Nation played a big part in Australia's pushback against them, with many countries around the world now following Australia's lead, waking up and bowing out.The UN or any other foreign entity should never have power over Australia and our decisions as a country.We need One Nation protecting our voices.

Posted by Steve Dickson - Pauline Hanson's One Nation on Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Australia Takes A Stand Against UN

The UN doesn’t look out for Australia’s interests so why should we be dictated to by them?

No one in Government would be talking about rejecting the UN if we didn’t have the guts to say what you’re thinking.

The UN is now condemning all countries that don’t agree with their Global Compact. One Nation played a big part in Australia’s pushback against them, with many countries around the world now following Australia’s lead, waking up and bowing out.

The UN or any other foreign entity should never have power over Australia and our decisions as a country.

We need One Nation protecting our voices.

Pauline Hits the Dirt Road Again

No stranger to red dust, Pauline Hanson has hit the regions again in an impromptu tour of regional Queensland. Making her way to Capricornia, inland and north from there, Pauline has yet again hit the towns that most politicians can’t be bothered to spend the time at.

Her first stop was to Yeppoon, the beachside Central Queensland town 8 hours north of Brisbane. While there she went live on Sky News and had a few words to say about foreign ownership and the Paris Agreement.

Stop Foreign Ownership of Australia

One Nation is for an Australia owned by Australians. Our next door neighbours in New Zealand have just banned foreign home ownership.Yet, our government still allows our ports, power, railways, water and public assets to be sold off to the highest overseas bidder. The madness has to stop!https://www.onenation.org.au/policies/foreign-ownership/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Monday, October 22, 2018

Cut power prices | Businesses shutting down

The United Nation's Paris Agreement does absolutely nothing to help Aussie households pay for power bills and household expenses.The time to pull out is now!

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Monday, October 22, 2018

Pauline also dropped in to see Stephen Andrew, One Nation MP for Mirani at Sarina as she made her way north.

From there Pauline visited Moranbah where she stayed in one of the mining camps, something the miners were surprised and very happy to see.

It’s been another great night on the road throughout Central Queensland. I stayed in camp last night with the miners…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, October 24, 2018

At her stop in at Glenden, Pauline had a few choice words for Scott Morrison after learning of the Turnbull/Bali fiasco.

Pauline Hanson thinks Malcolm Turnbull shouldn't represent Australia at Bali Climate Change Summit

Scott Morrison has chosen to send Malcolm Turnbull to a Climate Change Summit in Bali, to represent Australia.Just a few weeks ago, Malcolm Turnbull described former PM's Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott as "miserable, miserable ghosts" who should have left Parliament the moment they lost the top job.Perhaps it's time Malcolm Turnbull took some of his own advice and stopped making a miserable, miserable ghost of himself.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #MalcolmTurnbull #ScottMorrison #TonyAbbott

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, October 23, 2018

From Glenden Pauline visited Collinsville where one of the largest solar farms in the state is. While there Pauline reiterated her stance that while solar can exist, it shouldn’t be subsidized and we need coal-fired power stations for baseload energy when the sun isn’t shining.

Pauline Hanson visits a 2000 acre solar farm in Collinsville, North Queensland

There's no denying solar has its place in a modern mix of energy throughout the country and the world, but the reality is, it doesn't work of a night and we don't have the battery technology to store the nations power needs.Who knows what the technology future will bring, but in the meantime, I'm still the strongest advocate of building new, low emission, coal-fired power stations to ensure we have adequate base-load power at affordable prices for domestic and commercial purposes.If the Liberals and Labor continue spruiking these unrealistic renewable energy targets, politicians will send this country broke and you'll see even higher disconnection rates than current levels.#Auspol #OneNation #OnTheRoad #PaulineHanson #Collinsville #FNQ #NorthQueensland #Capricornia

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, October 25, 2018

Pauline’s red dirt regional tour continues as she gets around to speak to Australians about what matters to them so One Nation can take the fight to Canberra.

U.N. Dictates To PM: Listen Or Else

All you have to do is look at a report handed down by the UN to see why One Nation has been calling for Australia to exit the Paris Climate Agreement and stand up to the bullying UN bureaucrats who want to undermine our Australian way of life.

This bizarre report claimed that unless we eliminate all coal fired electricity generation the Great Barrier Reef would be destroyed in 32 years. It also calls for you to heavily cut back on meat from your diet. So that is tough luck if you or someone you know is a grazier or a miner or enjoys a good steak!

Now the Greens are calling for an end to coal mining and coal exports. Anyone with half a brain would realise this would devastate the Australian economy, destroy jobs and ruin many lives.

What the report avoids telling you is how all their earlier predictions were way off the mark. What a joke. Any politician who doesn’t come out and condemn this report and continues to support the Paris Agreement is selling Australians out.

Andrew Bolt explained it well on his program last night so you might want to take a look.

The UN wants you to eat less meat!

All you have to do is look at a report handed down yesterday by the UN to see why I have been calling for Australia to exit the Paris Climate Agreement and stand up to the bullying UN bureaucrats who want to undermine our Australian way of life.This bizarre report claimed that unless we eliminate all coal fired electricity generation the Great Barrier Reef would be destroyed in 22 years. It also calls for you to heavily cut back on meat from your diet. So that is tough luck if you or someone you know is a grazier or a miner or enjoyes a good steak!Now the Greens are calling for an end to coal mining and coal exports. Anyone with half a brain would realise this would devastate the Australian economy, destroy jobs and ruin many lives.What the report avoids telling you is how all their earlier predictions were way off the mark. What a joke. Any politician who doesn’t come out and condemn this report and continues to support the Paris Agreement is selling Australians out.Andrew Bolt explained it well on his program last night so you might want to take a look.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, October 8, 2018

You can see One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson’s full response to the report here:

My media release condemning the report released today by the UN on climate change and the Paris Climate…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Sunday, October 7, 2018

One Nation’s policy is to pull out of the U.N. and any trade agreements that are not in Australia’s interests:

Malcolm Roberts, Senate Candidate for One Nation, made a speech denouncing the UN. Watch it in full below.

Atrocious governance is Australia's biggest problem

Video of my speech exposing UN control over our lives.Excuse my shouting – a noisy group tried to shut down our lawful permitted protest. They hid behind masks – ashamed of trying to stop free speech in Australia.Our country's core issue is lousy government under Liberal-Labor club selling out Australia.Congratulations to the organisers last Saturday in Brisbane. Thank you Sandy, Lee and team.

Posted by Malcolm Roberts on Wednesday, October 3, 2018

“Haven’t Read It” Shorten says on Power Price Cut Report

This week the ACCC released its Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry report, confirming power prices are far too high and slamming the failures of past Government’s regulation of power prices.

In response, Bill Shorten accused others of, “trying to use the report’s recommendations to placate the ‘knuckle-draggers of the cave-dwelling right of the Liberal Party’ with coal-fired power stations and calling for greater investment in renewable energy.” Australian 12/7

You would be forgiven for thinking Shorten would have actually read the report before making that accusation. After making his accusation he was:

“Asked whether he had read the report, Mr Shorten said: ‘No, I haven’t read the report.’

Its just another demonstration of what Australian’s can expect for their power bills under a Labor government.

Here’s just a few snippets of what the ACCC report said:

ACCC said:

“Low income households pay a much higher share of disposable income on electricity. They should not be paying more for electricity because of poor past decisions or inappropriate market behaviour.”

“The tightening of supply and demand, brought about mainly by the exit of large coal-fired generators, has seen a general ‘lift’ in wholesale prices.”

What One Nation has said in the past on coal fired power stations:

Pauline Hanson asked for 3 new coal fired power stations

Again the National Party have tried stealing another One Nation policy.During the last sitting of Parliament, I put to the Government that North Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria all need a new coal fired power station built to drive electricity prices down.I was told NO quite soon after that discussion took place.I wasn't shy about my plans either – I made sure people in Canberra knew I wanted them. Clearly that's where the National Party picked up the idea and ran with it today in the Australian. Perhaps the National Party can come and have a meeting with me and I'll share a some additional policies they can help me drive. Let's start with the Cane Growers Code of Conduct. Forget more reviews, there's been a Prime Minister's Inquiry under Abbott and a Senate Inquiry too. Both recommended a Code of Conduct. Review after review are simply time wasters, designed to stall the process.#Auspol #CaneGrowers #PaulineHanson #Labor #Nationals #LNP #OneNation

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, July 3, 2018

“2017 Australian Energy Regulator figures reveal almost 60,000 households were on electricity hardship payments and another 151,862 customers were on electricity payment plans.

If we want cheap electricity in Australia, we must continue using coal fire power stations until renewable energy costs come down further. Stop knocking them down!

We must also FORCE gas and oil companies to open up the retention leases in Commonwealth waters to open up the flow of cheap gas.

We have a ‘domestic gas reserve’ policy in Western Australia which means 15% of gas produced off the West Coast must be given to the WA State Government to pass onto residents and businesses at cost price.

That would bring gas prices down to around $6.50 a gigajoule. Around half the current price we’re paying!” 30 March 2018.

Pauline Hanson calls for Gas Retention Leases to END in Australian Waters

News this morning that electricity prices are seeing record numbers of of almost 1000 homes a week in Victoria having their power cut off for failing to pay bills on time.2017 Australian Energy Regulator figures reveal almost 60,000 households were on electricity hardship payments and another 151,862 customers were on electricity payment plans.If we want cheap electricity in Australia, we must continue using coal fire power stations until renewable energy costs come down further. Stop knocking them down! We must also FORCE gas and oil companies to open up the retention leases in Commonwealth waters to open up the flow of cheap gas. We have a 'domestic gas reserve' policy in Western Australia which means 15% of gas produced off the West Coast must be given to the WA State Government to pass onto residents and businesses at cost price.That would bring gas prices down to around $6.50 a gigajoule. Around half the current price we're paying!#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Gas #DomesticGasPolicy #Electricity #Victoria

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, March 29, 2018

ACCC said:

“Policies associated with the objective of reducing carbon emissions have been problematic. Australia has committed, through international treaties, to reduce its carbon emissions. The electricity sector has, understandably, been a key focus for these efforts given the historically carbon-intensive nature of electricity generation. However, various policy failures here have hurt consumers.”

What One Nation has said in the past on international treaty climate change policy:

ACCC said:

“Gas prices have doubled or tripled in recent years. We estimate that for every $1/GJ rise in gas prices, the wholesale price of electricity rises by up to $11/MWh … Encouraging increased supply of competitively priced gas is crucial to moderating electricity prices.”

What One Nation has said in the past on gas power prices:

Pauline Hanson says "Use it, or Lose it" to gas companies

Let's be clear on something, Australia does not have a shortage of gas. We have an abundance of conventional, cheap gas off the coast of Western Australia waiting to be brought onshore. We need the small number of multinational gas companies who own the rights to a large number of gas tenements/leases to turn on the tap.Successive Governments have issued retention leases for up to 40 years, even though gas companies refuse to pump the gas.I will be pushing for a "Use it, or Lose it" approach to these companies and ensure Australia does not face an even greater shortage or increased gas and electricity prices in this country. #Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Gas #Electricity #DomesticNeeds #Export

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, September 26, 2017

As the ACCC said in its report, successive Liberal and Labor Governments have failed Australians when it comes to electricity prices. One Nation is the only party that can be trusted to bring up the tough issues, do the research and fix power prices.

Climate Change, Power Prices, Family Law & More | Pauline Hanson on Sunrise

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.