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This is not vax vs anti-vax, this is not state vs state, this is human rights. Do you want to ask the government permission to go see your Mum who lives in another state or never travel to another state because they’ve decided your not allowed in.
We need our rights and freedom back, we can use our numbers, lets use people power. We all need to get involved for it to work. Please take this seriously and take a few minutes to help protect your rights, protect the children’s future!
Craig Kelly Introducing the Bill for ‘No domestic COVID vaccination passports 2021’
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Note – make it your own; take or add what you like/belief, we are individuals and have our own beliefs so please express your beliefs as i said we are talking about protecting our Human Rights with this Bill, Covid is just the easy fear tactic for us (Australian’s/Humanity) to not fight for our ‘rights’ and freely give up our birth right of ‘freedom’ to move uninhibited around our big beautiful country we all love so much. Fight for Australia, fight for our freedom and fight for our future generations freedom.
To ____ the Federal member for _____
I’m writing to you as a concerned constituent, as I am deeply disturbed by the prospect of limited travel under the introduction of domestic vaccine passports.
Restricting travel as a means of coercing the population of Australia into receiving a vaccine that is still in it’s trial phases is extremely unethical, and I’m of the firm belief that to do so is a gross violation of our civil liberties and medical autonomy.
To restrict our freedom of movement in exchange for a medical procedure or otherwise goes against:
- The Universal declaration of human rights – article 13
- The Australian human rights commission – article 12
- The Australian Commonwealth Constitution – section 92
Covid-19 vaccines have somehow breezed through the system without TGA approval under rushed emergency legislation with no scientific transparency, and I’m disgusted that our federal government would consider restricting our freedom of movement as a means of coercing Australians into accepting a substance that has not yet been proven safe or effective.
To restrict Australian’s from interstate or intrastate travel is an outrageous violation of our human rights, and completely disproportionate to the objective of effectively managing covid-19.
It is completely unnecessary and wildly unethical to coerce Australian’s into making a medical decision without so much as a standard TGA approval.
In light of this information, I strongly urge you as one of your constituents to uphold the Australian people’s right to choose and vote in favour of Craig Kelly’s ‘No Domestic Vaccine Passports Bill 2021’.
If you choose not to protect our rights as Australians as a priority going forward, you will leave me no choice but to vote against you in the next election.
by Senator Pauline Hanson
Today I attempted to use my Senate time to have the issue of the abuse and corruption that is rife in the indigenous industry debated in the Senate.
Sadly, the Greens decided to use every procedural trick in the book to run down the clock and silence debate, as you will see if you watch this video.
This is an important issue that has been swept under the rug by all sides of politics for too long.
It’s a shame that there are those in other parties who are too afraid to hear the truth about what is going on.
You can read my prepared remarks in full below. This is what the Greens didn’t want you to be able to hear.
I rise to bring to the attention of Senators and the people of Australia, yet again, the inequality that exists in the funding of Indigenous programs and the continuing desperate circumstances of the victims of this financial bastardry and mismanagement.
I learned of this in my many conversations over the years with indigenous communities across Australia.
Unlike many vocal urban aboriginal elites, I have walked through the streets of remote Aboriginal communities in Queensland, the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia.
And I’ve listened.
And I understand.
Whether it’s sitting on the beach with Mullawop on Thursday Island or Jimpoona and her family at the base of Uluru. Just being in remote communities listening to elders and residents have been profound and very informative. There’s not one indigenous community I’ve met with that isn’t concerned and they want to share what’s going wrong.
A lot of these people can’t even gain access to their own land which has in many cases been given back to the registered native title bodies corporate which are often more restrictive than the government was.
Many of these Bodies, especially in more remote areas are highly restrictive to the detriment of the aboriginal people.
Some are charged to go on their ancestral land or worse still some are denied access altogether.
But those conversations in both the large communities and in remote locations, always turn to the needs that their isolation and situation brings.
- Needs reflected in a lack of adequate housing,
- A deficiency of infrastructure,
- Widespread alcoholism,
- Out-of-control levels of domestic violence,
- Repeated sexual abuse – including of young children,
- And a lack of effective pathways to escape the cycles of poverty and
unemployment that are often normalised and passed on from
generation to generation.
Those communities live on the other side of what the highly respected Indigenous spokesperson, Jacinta Price, referred to in the Australian newspaper recently as ‘the kasm’.
She described in detail how the aboriginal elite, the activists, the academics from the indoctrination centres posing as universities, those with their hands out for grant money, those with the loudest voices who want to change the date of Australia Day – they all live in the city – on their side of the kasm.
When was the last time you heard one of the members of the Elite in this place saying anything positive or uplifting about indigenous achievements? When was the last time you heard one of the activists who identifies as indigenous talk up the efforts of those in remote locations working to succeed?
The Elites, the truth deniers, they know there’s a multitude of ways to end the misery.
They know there’s a ton of money being poured into programs.
The Katter’s Australian Party and One Nation have announced they will place each other as the number two position on their how to vote cards in an alliance to reflect the major party neglect of Queensland.
KAP leader Robbie Katter said the Liberal and Labor major party dominance had clearly failed regional Queenslanders and that the time was now for much needed change.
“For far two long the major parties have continued to sell off our assets, pushed green ideology and failed to invest in regional job creating mega-infrastructure projects,” Mr Katter said.
“Queensland can’t afford another four years of major party dominance, we know it doesn’t work, enough is enough, times up.”
Mr Katter said the KAP would put the Greens last in all seats.
“The LNP are preferencing the Greens which highlights how out of touch they have become.
“If there is a result of the LNP deal that ends up with a Greens controlled government this looks like no dams, no coal and more crime.
“We can’t risk the Greens grabbing a seat, it’s a major threat to the future of North Queensland.”
Mr Katter said the only way the majors can learn their lesson is that if people don’t give them their vote.
“Both the LNP and Labor are Brisbane based parties and the evidence of this is beyond clear,” he said.
“Up here in the north the LNP they say they are pro coal, yet down in Brisbane they tell everyone they are anti-coal, the truth is they are preferencing the Greens and they can’t have a bet each way.
“Ultimately our preferences are up to the voter, the how to vote card is just a guide.”
Mr Katter said other Westminster democracies who had more than a duopoly party dominance had a better governance of their citizens.
“Stronger minor parties means politicians have to actually fight for your vote in order to make a difference.”
China has been given access to the entire Queensland electoral roll by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk
The Queensland Government has been accused of exposing voters to a massive security breach by allowing Chinese-based coders to write critical software for the Queensland Electoral Commission.
While Australia and the United States kicked out the Chinese Huawei IT company, brainless state Labor Party politicians expose the entire voting population to identity theft, bank fraud, and every other aspect of corruption the communists can dream up by allowing China in.
Sky News presenter Peta Credlin dropped the IT bomb on Friday claiming the outsourcing of coding gives China access to the electoral roll and 2,826,613 names, addresses and dates of birth of Queensland residents.
It could make accusations of Russian meddling in the 2016 United States election look like a Facebook discussion.
China effectively could manipulate the result of the upcoming state election, which should raise the hackles of the unions and Deep State operatives within the QEC.
For decades the unions have been instrumental in large scale voting manipulation, aided and abetted by QEC sleepers, which has changed the result in marginal seats.
Postal voting is the latest method of voting fraud as Pauline Hanson could attest when she narrowly lost the seat of Lockyer in 2015 by a handful of suspected fraudulent postal votes.
Channel 9 reported on the election:
“One Nation’s Pauline Hanson is having a bigger than expected impact in the seat of Lockyer.
With 77 per cent of the votes from Saturday’s state election counted, Ms Hanson had 6974 primary votes (27.3 percent), ahead of Labor’s Steve Leese (6366 or 24.93 per cent).
Sitting LNP Ian Rickuss was ahead with 8596 (33.65 percent), but had suffered a significant swing against him.
The two-candidate preferred breakdown on the Queensland Electoral Commission website has Ms Hanson ahead with 54.6 per cent compared to Mr Rikuss’ 45.3, but that figure is based on only five of the 61 booths.
ABC’s election analyst said Ms Hanson is leading on a swing of 18 per cent in those five booths.”
The counting stretched out for nearly two weeks as postal votes dribbled in. During the counting, for example, Ms Hanson was ahead with 100 votes then the next day150 postal votes would arrive. Conversely the next day she would again be ahead by 75 votes then the next day she would be losing by 120 votes just delivered by the postman, ad infinitum.
This went on until the counting finished causing Ms Hanson to lose the race.
The Queensland Marxist government like Premier “Red” Dan Andrews in Victoria, bows and scrapes to China but there is only so much people can take.
Voters will not get a clean election result until the state government orders a physical habitation check of every Queensland household to be undertaken by interstate, independent inspectors and overseen by a retired interstate judge.
Letter to the Editor
My wife and I were both born in Australia, as were two children and four grandchildren. Our parents were born in Australia as were all of their parents. And some ancestors go back much further in this land.
I feel rage every time I have to sit through another patronising “welcome to country” charade, designed to make me feel an intruder in my own land. Indigenous history on this continent is the same as our family story – it just goes back a bit further.
The first aboriginals probably walked here over a land bridge and Europeans came later in sailing clippers. All caused displacement of prior inhabitants. They brought dingos which are now “protected” – we brought cattle, sheep, horses and ploughs which are increasingly condemned. They mined ochre, quartzite and basalt, which are now heritage sites – but our coal mines are widely condemned. They brought spears and boomerangs – we brought guns and swords.
Racial referenda, indigenous “Welcomes”, talk of Treaties and special land rights for some Australians just create and maintain division. How long before we are one people with the same rights and responsibilities?
Two centuries is surely time enough?
Washpool Qld 4306 Australia
That’s correct Viv, but wait until you have to sit through a phony ‘smoking ceremony.’ Our northern blackfellas shudder every time they see one. It’s only for tourists and has no traditional basis but the silly Prime Minister allowed hours of it at Parliament House for the opening ceremony. What a laugh!
Sabotage of hundreds of election signs by Greens supporters, a firebomb, a stolen trailer, prosecution of a union member and a protracted offensive against independent candidates by News Ltd’s Cairns Post newspaper so far have marred the 2019 federal election campaign.
Candidates said although they knew they would be ignored or maligned by the Cairns Post, the newspaper’s exceptionally favourable promotion of sitting Liberal member Warren Entsch has gone far beyond expectations.
Entsch was the champion of gay marriage legislation last year which divided the nation on religious principles. Analysis of the plebiscite results since the passing of legislation has revealed the results were dodgy at the very least.
Vote Australia analysed the Australian Electoral Commission database from where the Australian Bureau of Statistics got its addresses. More then 248,000 envelopes marked “return to sender not known at this address” came back to the ABS.
The ABS did not give these names to the AEC enabling it to cleanse the roll.
These fictitious names remain on the electoral roll which allows those having access to these entries to register a dud vote at the federal election, a ploy developed by the Labor and Liberal parties some 30 years ago.
At the last federal election according to the AEC, at least 18,000 persons voted more than once in support of the ALP slogan ‘vote early and vote often comrade.’
The Townsville seat of Herbert, being hotly contested by Clive Palmer, was ‘won’ by the ALP at the last election by just 37 votes.
In spite of hundreds of requests to Prime Minister Morrison from constituents, he has steadfastly refused to follow the recommendations of the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters to make voters provide identification when voting.
Leichardt is a marginal seat and voting fraud could be a lifeline for Warren Entsch or the saviour of ALP candidate and union hack Elida Faith.
Katters Australian Party candidate and charter boat skipper Dan McCarthy now is being attacked through social media by the Electrical Trades Union which is a sure indicator of his surge in the polls.
Once upon a time such election frivolity occurred only in corrupt Asian or African dictatorships, but it seems these tin pot nations had their training upgraded in Australia.
by Jim O’Toole, Townsville bureau
Today Cairnsnews received information from a One Nation source in NSW that the wife of Aljazeera Muslim spy Rodger Muller had been charged by police with 46 fraud offences.
Muller is the scumbag who released the covert footage of One Nation members Steve Dickson and James Ashby aided and abetted by the left-wing of the ABC Four Corners program which broadcast the private conversations of private people at a social gathering, being representatives of a political party.
In talks with the National Rifle Association in the US, the two One Nation members were secretly recorded by Muller while asking the NRA for a donation. Big deal. Its a shame they didn’t get it. They might have been able to get rid of the ABC and Greens.
During WW2 spying for the enemy attracted the death penalty in Commonwealth countries, US, Germany and Japan. This grub should get the same treatment.
If Mrs Muller has had her fingers in a till somewhere then ten to one her husband Rodger would be aware of her crimes.
Aljazeera is a company owned by the Saudi Government therefore the operative Mueller is an agent of a foreign government and should be prosecuted by Australian authorities as such.
The hypocritical outpouring of rage by politicians is remarkable because the Liberal and Labor Parties get millions in donations every year from international banks, insurance companies, mining companies, media conglomerates(Newsltd) and a host of other donors.
Not forgetting the communist, activist organisation GetUp started in Australia by Labor Opposition Leader Bill Shorten on whose board he used to sit.
GetUp is well known for getting substantial financial support from the left wing money market manipulator and billionaire George Soros.
Soros and Hilary Clinton have financed a number of dissident mobs in the US trying to bring down President Trump.
from Firearm Owners United
A section of One Nation firearms policy for NSW
Firearms Consultative Committee
NSW One Nation supports the establishment of a Firearms Consultative Committee as proposed by the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW). This would assist Government in developing legislation that is evidence-based, supports law-abiding firearm owners, is in the public interest and targets the criminal use of firearms.
One Nation strongly supports law-abiding firearm owners who deserve greater public recognition for their role in storing their guns as safely as possible, keeping them out of the wrong hands. Our four priorities are to:
- Recognise that as a matter of principle, licensed firearm ownership by law-abiding citizens for legitimate business purposes (such as farming) and recreational pursuits is a right in a free society.
- Maintain the 1996 national gun laws that have played a role in preventing public massacres in Australia for 23 years, allowing shooters to get on with their sport without constant calls in parliament for gun law tightening and increasingly Draconian restrictions on gun ownership.
- Crack down on the illegal importation of guns into Australia as a vital public safety measure.
- Minimise the chance of radical Islamic terrorists getting hold of weaponry in Australia for their evil purposes.
When you open with the usual false binary comparison about “USA vs Australia” you know it’s only going one way.
Stating that firearm ownership is a right but first prefacing it as licenced is contradictory – it’s either a right or it’s not. Cracking down on extremists and illegal imports are vanilla statements and plain old common sense.
In fairness, supporting development of shooting facilities and pest control in regional NSW is a good thing, but how they go about this (particularly with the current debacle) is another matter. David Leyonhjelm was able to secure a long-term lease for Malabar in Sydney while also advocating for getting rid of the NFA.
There’s nothing in the policy about self-defence, castle doctrine, eliminating appearance laws, reining in NSW Police’s rampant authoritarian stupidity on firearms and a whole slew of important firearm issues.
To be quite honest, this policy just reads as the usual token nod to firearm owners but maintaining business as usual – explicitly stated with the “maintain the 1996 national gun laws” which aren’t national anyway.
To Latham’s credit, he did go to SSAA Sydney and try out shooting to see the other side of the argument. However, the gun-grabbing elements of the current Labor Party are on display here. The Labor Party of old would never have stood for this, but the Labor Party died long ago.
PHON forget their history and their roots of being elected in 1998 on the back of the 1996 laws in Queensland, as part of the wipe-out of the Nationals in response to the NFA. Now they’ve gone full circle and become Liberal-lite.
Note to political parties trying to capture the shooting vote: any reference to status quo or upholding Australia’s gun laws won’t win you votes, unless they’re Nationals fudds.
Liberal Democrats, SFFP, Fraser Anning’s National Conservative Party and Katter’s Australian Party are the only ones with the track record and subsequently, worth voting for in this space. It’s not worth splitting the vote further.
If PHON are serious about firearm owners then they’re going about it the wrong way – the policy needs a serious rewrite. It’s better than the major parties’ but not by much at all.
You can’t claim to advocate for the working class of NSW while disarming them PHON.
Katters Australian Party has never wavered on removing the registration of long arms.-Editor
The Senate Economics Legislation Committee on 14 February initiated an inquiry into the Banking System Reform (Separation of Banks) Bill 2019.
This landmark senate inquiry was ignored by big media which preferred sensationalising the dust-up between One Nation’s James Ashby and its former senator Brian Burston in the halls of the senate.
from Citizens Electoral Council
This is a major blow for the banks, which had assumed that the Hayne Report from the banking royal commission, which did not recommended structural separation, would be the final word on the issue—bank shares soared on the news they wouldn’t be broken up. They celebrated too early, however.
On 12 February, a week after Hayne’s report became public, Senator Pauline Hanson introduced into the Senate the same bill that Bob Katter had introduced into the House of Representatives in June 2018. This bill was carefully drafted by the Citizens Electoral Council based on the USA’s successful Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 and the updated “21st Century Glass-Steagall Act” bill currently before Congress, adapted for Australia’s financial system.
The bill separates traditional commercial banks that take deposits and make loans from all other financial activities. This solves the problems of both vertical integration—the gross conflict of interests involving banks advising their customers to buy products from other businesses the banks also own; and horizontal integration—banks mixing commercial banking with risky investment banking that puts customer deposits, and the whole economy, in danger. The bill also brings the failed bank regulator APRA (Australian Prudential Regulation Authority) under much tighter parliamentary control.
Bank separation has the support of most cross-bench politicians in Parliament, including the Greens, Centre Alliance, One Nation and independents. It is also supported by key backbenchers in all of the major parties. The Labor Party had said they would support it if recommended by the royal commission; however, sticking with that position is untenable. They know that Commissioner Hayne’s terms of reference forbade the investigation of “structure”, which Labor had intended a royal commission would have looked at. Also, even Labor’s senior statesman Paul Keating has strongly criticised Hayne for not recommending structural separation.
(Hayne’s recommendation against structural separation is a scandal: that section in his report includes a blatant lie, and experts familiar with public inquiries have accused Treasury of a “dirty trick” to rig the outcome in favour of the banks.)
The opposition to separation comes from the big banks, the discredited regulators which are captured by the banks, and the leadership of the major parties who take huge donations from the banks. The banks wish to keep the parasitical structure that has enabled them to amass huge profits, not only through gouging their customers but also through gambling with their deposits, which they use to underwrite their huge derivatives bets that collectively amount to more than $40 trillion. There is a revolving door between the banks and regulators: high-powered executives from banks take key positions in the regulators, such as ex-UBS chief John Fraser taking over as Treasury Secretary in 2013-18 and former senior investment bankers holding six of the nine positions on the executive of bank regulator APRA; and regulators retire to plum banking positions, such as former Treasury Secretary Ken Henry becoming chairman of NAB and former RBA governor Glenn Stevens joining the board of Macquarie Bank. And not only do the big banks donate to the major parties, but so does the Australian Banking Association which lobbies for them, as do the Big Four global accounting firms which audit the major banks and have a track record of covering up dodgy bookkeeping by banks all over the world.
Make a submission
This inquiry is the chance for the Australian public to force the debate on banking separation that the royal commission was not allowed to have. The Senate Economics Legislation Committee is taking submissions from the public, so every concerned Australian should make a submission.
Here are some points to note about the Glass-Steagall principle of full banking separation:
- It works, as proved by its success for almost 70 years (1933-99) in America;
- It ends the conflicts of interests of vertical integration, which is the only way to ensure the misconduct exposed by the royal commission can’t happen again;
- It protects deposits from the dangers of speculation, which boosts confidence in the banking system;
- It stops banks from diverting credit into unproductive financial speculation, thus making more credit available for lending to neglected sectors such as small business, industry and farming.
The submissions deadline is 12 April, but don’t delay—make your submission today!
How to make a submission
Written submissions can be delivered to the Committee in two ways: 1) by physical post; 2) online.
- Post your written submission to: Senate Standing Committees on Economics
PO Box 6100
Canberra ACT 2600
Phone: +61 2 6277 3540
Fax: +61 2 6277 5719
Palmer offers $250,000 to candidates after Qld Nickel collapse left $300m in debts and 800 out of work
by Jim O’Toole in Townsville
The upcoming federal election will be a watershed for minor political parties yet Clive Palmer’s re-branded United Australia Party says it will run candidates in every Queensland seat in spite of the party scoring 4816 votes in the 2016 senate race.
The Palmer candidate in Herbert, the home of Queensland Nickel claimed just 315 votes in the Lower House.
The only attraction for potential pollies is the $250,000 enticement Clive has promised each candidate to spend on their campaign.
For one endorsed candidate in the far northern electorate of Leichardt, it was manna from heaven. Jen Sackley had been out of work but ‘white knight’ Clive, a life-sized remnant of the infamous ‘white shoe brigade’ rode into Cairns tossing around greenbacks like confetti.
Whatever else Clive has to offer remains obscured to the voting public except acknowledgment again he will split the conservative vote thus letting the communists of the Labor Party claw their way into government.
Like One Nation at the 2017 Queensland election, Pauline Hanson ran candidates in nearly every seat but got just one elected and handed the ALP seven south eastern seats and government compliments of her preferences.
Palmer will never attract the numbers of One Nation but even at two per cent he could affect the result in some marginals.
His candidates will be hard-pressed to recover their nomination fees which are repayable after gaining four per cent of the primary vote.
Clive’s recent adventures in Bulgaria visiting his fugitive nephew Clive Mensink should ensure his own campaign will be off the rails before it starts.
Two arrest warrants have been issued for Mensink to appear in the Federal Court in Brisbane over the collapse of Palmer’s Queensland Nickel at Townsville in 2016.
Mensink, the sole director of Qld Nickel when it collapsed, is the subject of an Interpol ‘blue notice’ which triggers a reporting mechanism when he crosses borders.
News Ltd last month revealed Palmer and nine others, including family members, had been making a social visit on October 1 to Mensink in Bulgaria.
News Ltd reported Mensink crossed a remote border on October 9 into Macedonia accompanied by his Bulgarian lawyer.
This border crossing, due to its remoteness was not flagged by Interpol.
Accompanying Palmer on his charter flight from Amsterdam to Bulgaria on October 1, were two witnesses in the Federal Court hearing into where Queensland Nickel’s money disappeared before its collapse.
Senator Anning Solid in Face of Anti-White Criticism, Again!
Speaking in response to the hysterical reaction to Senator Hanson’s motion which said “It’s ok to be white”, Senator Anning stood and defended the position to howls of outrage.
“Of course it is ok to be white. There is nothing racist about being proud of whom you are, if Senator Faruqi stood up and said she was a proud Muslim woman she would be hailed as a hero.”
“Conversely with any discussion or suggestion of being proud of being white, you are labelled a white supremacist or a Fascist- tired old labels the left attaches to anyone they disagree with.” Senator Anning said.
“The hysterical response to Government support for Senator Hanson’s motion today proves the point that there is most definitely a rise in anti-white sentiment creeping into Australian society.”
“Although Senator Hanson attacked my call for a predominantly European immigration programme in my maiden speech, I will always defend anyone who defends our national identity.”
“I was the only person who defended her position – the government is frantically trying to back pedal and her own senator Peter Georgiou was apparently urgently required elsewhere.”
“Today’s response has shown that there is anti-white racism and what we need in this country is some of my colleagues to grow an actual backbone” Senator Anning concluded.
United Nations sycophants of ALP, Greens and LNP decry Senator Anning’s remarkable maiden speech which is reproduced in full at the bottom of the page
The dominant left wing of national broadcaster, the ABC is frothing at both ends over Senator Fraser Anning’s maiden speech.
Cairns News has perused the speech and discovered it is not nearly as volatile as Pauline Hanson’s in the maiden speech stakes.
Brainless shock jock Senator Derryn Hinch, naturally a Victorian and ALP atheist Penny Wong have joined the choirmaster ABC along with the Jew, Josh Frydenberg, unremarkably spluttering the views of the Liberal Left.
It is a terrible blight on the jaundiced, national Marxist education system, that a supposed government Minister is unable to rely on normal comprehension to understand the meaning of Senator Anning’s quite acceptable speech.
Readers can decide for themselves but the new senator leaves us in no doubt a national referendum on immigration should happen quite soon.
Below is a statement from Senator Anning:
Senator Anning has dismissed criticism of his use of the words “final solution” in regards to immigration as an effort by the left to shut down debate.
“Claims that the words meant anything other than the “ultimate solution” to any political question is always a popular vote are simply ridiculous.”
“Anyone who actually reads them in context will realise this.”
“Some in the media and left wing politicians are simply afraid of the Australian people having a say on who comes here.”
“As I called for a plebiscite on the immigration mix, this baseless and ridiculous criticism is simply an effort to play the man and not the ball.”
“It is ironic that those on the left such as the Greens and some Labor who seek to criticise me are the same people who refused to support my efforts to stop Australia funding the Palestinian Authority which finance terrorist attacks against innocent Israeli women and children.”
To read the full speech click link – Maiden Speech – Senator Anning