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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.

Bleeding heart Senate sells Australias out!

I'm sorry to have to tell you but yesterday the Senate sold you out.Thanks to the Greens, Derryn Hinch, Centre Alliance (Xenophon), Tim Storer and Labor a bill was passed that will, weaken our border security and open the flood gates to illegal boat people again.And disgustingly they tried to team up, shut down debate and just ram it through.I was given just 5 minutes to speak out against them.This is what I had to say.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, December 6, 2018

Senate Sells Out Australia for People Smugglers

I’m sorry to have to tell you but yesterday the Senate sold you out.

Thanks to the Greens, Derryn Hinch, Centre Alliance (Xenophon), Tim Storer and Labor a bill was passed that will, weaken our border security and open the flood gates to illegal boat people again.

And disgustingly they tried to team up, shut down debate and just ram it through.

I was given just 5 minutes to speak out against them.

This is what I had to say.

Morrison Government Goes Soft On Illegal Asylum Seekers

Nauru Illegal Asylum Seekers Moved to Australia

The Coalition Government have backflipped on their commitment to ban illegal asylum seekers settling in Australia, after caving into minority public pressure.The secret transfer of illegal boat people from Nauru to a number of Australian capital cities has been revealed by the ABC. At no point was the Government forthcoming with this information and instead hoped that the public wouldn't find out.When you travel across numerous safe countries and pay people smugglers to travel by boat to Australia, I'm sorry, you're not a genuine refugee.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson

Posted by Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party on Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Nauru planes have delivered the first lot of illegal asylum seekers to Adelaide from the island nation after the Government said they’d never resettle in Australia.

One Nation is not happy about the backflip the government have taken on this matter.

We have no doubt that the 14,000 asylum seekers currently in Indonesia will be making plans to further test Australia’s borders.

The secret transfer of illegal boat people from Nauru to a number of Australian capital cities has been revealed by the ABC. At no point was the Government forthcoming with this information and instead hoped that the public wouldn’t find out.

When you travel across numerous safe countries and pay people smugglers to travel by boat to Australia, I’m sorry, you’re not a genuine refugee.

Pauline Hanson says the Government have backflipped on border security

I spoke with Andrew Bolt tonight from out the front of my old fish and chip shop in Silkstone (Ipswich).We discussed the Governments backflip on bringing illegal asylum seekers back to Australia even though they claimed they'd never come to Australia. EVER!No wonder people don't trust politicians.Our borders have been weakened as a result of the Government going soft and caving into minority groups. I give it weeks before attempts are made to by the 14,000 illegal asylum seekers in Bali before they jump on boats, bound for Australia.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Indonesia #ScottMorrison

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Thursday, November 1, 2018

From SBS

Nauru detainees flown to South Australia: Refugee advocates

By James Elton-Pym

Nauru Airlines planes have been seen at Adelaide airport, and advocates say they are aware of four or more families that had arrived in the past fortnight.

Asylum-seeker families are being quietly flown from Australia’s offshore processing centre on Nauru to Adelaide, according to some advocates.

Nauru Airlines does not fly commercially to Adelaide, but its planes have been seen at the airport as recently as Monday.

The latest monthly figures from Border Force are for the month from September 1 to September 30, when there were no asylum seekers transferred to Australia or any other country.

But some families have been moved more recently, according to advocates on the ground who work with asylum seekers.

Activate Church pastor Brad Chilcott told SBS News he was aware of between four and seven families that had arrived in Adelaide from Nauru over the past four weeks. They were all families that included young children who needed urgent medical care and were now receiving it at Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital, he said.

Mr Chilcott has not been in direct contact with the families since they arrived, but has worked with previous medical transfer cases in Adelaide. Until now, most medical transfers were triggered by Federal Court orders, despite attempts from the Home Affairs department to prevent them.

He said the government was still insisting all the families would be returned to Nauru once they were medically fit – but predicted doctors would be reluctant to sign off on returning patients to the Pacific island nation.

The asylum seeker advocate said there were “political realities” forcing the government to proactively move the families. The election of independent Kerryn Phelps in Wentworth raised the prospect of a Labor, Greens and crossbench revolt  to bring all children from offshore detention centres to Australia.

Earlier in the week, prime minister Scott Morrison said the number of children on Nauru had halved in nine weeks. “We’ve been getting about this quietly, we haven’t been show-boating about it,” he said.

SBS News has contacted the Department of Home Affairs for more information, including on whether the families are only in Australia for temporary medical treatment.

A spokesperson responded to the series of questions with a single line:

“The Department does not provide specific details on the transfer arrangements of individuals.”

Defence minister Christopher Pyne, the government’s most senior South Australian, said he was not aware of the specific details.

“I don’t know if that’s to Adelaide, I haven’t made those inquiries, I’ve only seen that story myself this morning, but if that’s the case I think most people would welcome that outcome,” he told 5AA radio on Wednesday.

The government has been under pressure from Labor, the Greens and some members of the crossbench to transfer the roughly 50 remaining children and their families from Nauru to Australia for medical assessment.

The push is also supported by the Australian Medical Association.