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Pauline Hanson's One Nation Defends Free Speech

While I was unable to be in the Senate today in person, I was there in spirit. One Nation will always stand up for free speech and One Nation's Senator for Western Australia, Peter Georgiou, did a great job speaking on my behalf.One Nation refused to be a part of this "public flogging" and will never join in with any grandstanding that seeks to silence the people of Australia with cries of racist, bigot or xenophobe.You can show Peter your support by following him on Facebook www.facebook.com/PeterGeorgiouOneNation/

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, April 2, 2019

One Nation Makes a Stand for Free Speech

While Pauline was unable to be in the Senate in person, Peter Georgiou allowed her to be there in spirit. One Nation will always stand up for free speech and One Nation’s Senator for Western Australia, Peter Georgiou, did a great job speaking on her behalf.

One Nation refused to be a part of this “public flogging” and will never join in with any grandstanding that seeks to silence the people of Australia with cries of racist, bigot or xenophobe.

You can show Peter your support by following him on Facebook www.facebook.com/PeterGeorgiouOneNation/

Barnaby Joyce admits the Liberal National Party is spineless

I was shocked to hear Barnaby Joyce admit the Liberal National party is spineless when it comes to allowing Milo and Tommy Robinson into Australia.#Auspol #OneNation #Hobart #TommyRobinson #Milo #PaulineHanson

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Milo Yiannopoulos denied entry – Free speech dead in Australia?

I was shocked to hear Barnaby Joyce admit the Liberal National party is spineless when it comes to allowing Milo and Tommy Robinson into Australia. Absolutely despicable! What happened to free speech in this country?

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Why is the Government helping Antifa silence Milo and Tommy Robinson? | Pauline Hanson on the Bolt Report

I know many of you are supporters of Tommy Robinson or Milo Yiannopoulos and have asked me to see if there is anything I can do to help them visit Australia.I can reveal that I have written to and spoken with Immigration Minister David Coleman about their cases.I first wrote to Minister Coleman a month ago and he assured me he would respond but it seems like the Government is too afraid to take a stand because now he is dodging me.I’m sad to say the Government is now acting as an arm of Antifa. Milo and Tommy have not called for violence. They have been the victims of violence. By refusing them entry into Australia this gutless Government is validating the left's use of violence to silence people. How pathetic!I will continue to see what I can do and will keep you updated if I learn more.

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Monday, March 4, 2019

Many of you are supporters of Tommy Robinson or Milo Yiannopoulos and have asked me to see if there is anything I can do to help them visit Australia.

I can reveal that I have written to and spoken with Immigration Minister David Coleman about their cases.

I first wrote to Minister Coleman a month ago and he assured me he would respond but it seems like the Government is too afraid to take a stand because now he is dodging me.

I’m sad to say the Government is now acting as an arm of Antifa. Milo and Tommy have not called for violence. They have been the victims of violence. By refusing them entry into Australia this gutless Government is validating the left’s use of violence to silence people. How pathetic!

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.