Category Archives: Pauline Hanson
by Cairns News contributors
Red flags are being raised over Prime Minister Albanese’s pledge to hold a referendum to include Aborigines in the Commonwealth Constitution of Australia.
Already indigenous bodies are drawing battle lines between supporters and those against a token gesture by the socialists of the Labor Party when Aborigines already are included in the Preamble of the Constitution:
“WHEREAS the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established:
And whereas it is expedient to provide for the admission into the Commonwealth of other Australasian Colonies and possessions of the Queen:
Be it therefore enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:”
by Pauline Hanson
A great deal has been said this week about my leaving the Senate chamber as the ‘acknowledgement of country’ was recited.
A lot of it was predictable nonsense from the usual suspects. A lot of it was very supportive.
Like many Australians, I’ve had enough of token gestures and symbolic nods to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people which do nothing to address the real disadvantages they continue to face. I’m sick and tired of being welcomed to my own country.
We’re all Australians, indigenous and otherwise, and we all share sovereign ownership of this country equally.
And like many Australians, I think these useless gestures only perpetuate racial division in our country. This week’s move to display the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags in Parliament was a step too far, and what prompted me to take a stand and leave the chamber that morning.
We are one people living in one nation under one flag – the Australian national flag. It’s the only flag which should be displayed in the seat of our democracy.
I’m never going to sit still in Parliament for an ‘acknowledgement of country’ again. I’m not going to recognise foreign flags displayed in Parliament. I’m never going to support an indigenous ‘voice to Parliament’ being enshrined in the Constitution. I will never support any idea or proposal which seeks to divide Australia on racial lines once again. That sort of thing was rightly consigned to the dustbin of history decades ago.
What I will do is continue to work with all Australians, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, on the solutions which will end violence and poverty in indigenous communities and empower indigenous people to fully participate in the opportunities which come with living, learning and working in this great nation.
Watch Senator Hanson’s video on the acknowledgment of country protest…
Here we are on the eve of the Federal election and I’ve been blown away by the strong support our team has received all over Australia.
To all of our candidates, volunteers, members and supporters: thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of your efforts. It’s been an amazing campaign.
Our policies on housing, immigration, apprenticeships, cheaper PBS medicines, climate, tax reform and family law reform are enjoying a lot of support, with the Coalition happily adopting some of them itself on housing, medicine and apprenticeships.
We’ll address the housing crisis. We’ll reduce demand for housing by lowering immigration, and increase the supply of housing by banning foreign ownership of residential property like New Zealand and Canada.
We’ll demand reforms to ensure foreign-owned multinationals pay their fair share of tax. We’ve achieved some reforms in family law but we have more work to do to make the child support system fairer. We’ll continue to back a national apprenticeship scheme to drive the creation of a skilled Australian workforce, and we’ll revitalise TAFE colleges and re-open agricultural colleges. We’ll reduce the cost of PBS-listed medicines.
We’re demanding a Royal Commission into the management of the COVID-19 pandemic by all Australian governments, and we’re also going to push for a comprehensive inquiry into climate science to ensure that Australian climate policy is based on evidence instead of ideology and scaremongering, destroying our economy and many thousands of Australian jobs.
One Nation puts Australia and Australians first. This election is your opportunity to vote for a strong One Nation contingent in Parliament to fight for your rights and freedoms, and fight for a fair, free and prosperous Australian nation.
by Alison Ryan
Now is the time for “sovereign states to exercise the right to repudiate” the WHO Treaty on Pandemic, Preparedness and Response. We need therefore to make our vote count this election by voting for the freedom parties and putting the major parties – Libs, Labour, Nationals, and Greens – in the very last boxes. These have long sold us out to global governance, created illegitimate laws, and aided and abetted the demise of our common wealth.
Take a look at the history of the UN WHO Constitution and its tenets.
CONSTITUTION OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (1)
THE STATES Parties to this Constitution declare, in conformity with the Charter of the United Nations, that the following principles are basic to the happiness, harmonious relations and security of all peoples:
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition.
The health of all peoples is fundamental to the attainment of peace and security and is dependent upon the fullest co-operation of individuals and States.
The achievement of any State in the promotion and protection of health is of value to all.
Unequal development in different countries in the promotion of health and control of disease, especially communicable disease, is a common danger.
Healthy development of the child is of basic importance; the ability to live harmoniously in a changing total environment is essential to such development.
The extension to all peoples of the benefits of medical, psychological and related knowledge is essential to the fullest attainment of health.
Informed opinion and active co-operation on the part of the public are of the utmost importance in the improvement of the health of the people.
Governments have a responsibility for the health of their peoples which can be fulfilled only by the provision of adequate health and social measures.
ACCEPTING THESE PRINCIPLES, and for the purpose of co-operation among themselves and with others to promote and protect the health of all peoples, the Contracting Parties agree to the present Constitution and hereby establish the World Health Organization as a specialized agency within the terms of Article 57 of the Charter of the United Nations.
(1) The Constitution was adopted by the International Health Conference held in New York from 19 June to 22 July 1946, signed on 22 July 1946 by the representatives of 61 States (Off. Rec. Wld Hlth Org., 2, 100), and entered into force on 7 April 1948.
Amendments adopted by the Twenty-sixth, Twenty-ninth, Thirty-ninth and Fifty-first World Health Assemblies (resolutions WHA26.37, WHA29.38, WHA39.6 and WHA51.23) came into force on 3 February 1977, 20 January 1984, 11 July 1994 and 15 September 2005
respectively and are incorporated in the present text.
Source: Basic documents: forty-ninth edition (including amendments adopted up to 31 May 2019), World Health Organization 2020, page 1
MEMBERS OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (at 31 May 2019)
The Members and Associate Members of the World Health Organization are listed below, with the date on which each became a party to the Constitution or the date of admission to associate membership.
Australia*……………………………………………………………. 2 February 1948
* Member States that have acceded to the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies and its Annex VII.
Source: Basic documents: forty-ninth edition (including amendments adopted up to 31 May 2019), World Health Organization 2020, page 227
See: Withdrawal from the United Nations
Proposed Australia withdrawal – Pauline Hanson’s One Nation support Australia leaving the United Nation.https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/one-nation-policies-the-definitive-guide-to-the-views-of-pauline-hanson-and-her-senators-20161017-gs3z1s.html
One Nations says; We are a party that stands for Australia and Australian values. We defend our constitution and stand up against global agendas for the individual rights and fundamental freedoms of all Australians.
United Australia Party chairman Clive Palmer, One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, firebrand independent federal MP Bob Katter and Liberal Democrats senate candidate Campbell Newman have partaken in Paul Murray’s Live Pub Test.
They passed with flying colours.
These figureheads are four of Australia’s most colourful figures and have gone head-to-head in Paul Murray Live’s The Pub Test which put them in front of a live audience in an unscripted and televised Q&A format.
United Australia Party chairman Clive Palmer, One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, firebrand independent federal MP Bob Katter and Liberal Democrats senate candidate Campbell Newman answered questions from voters in the forum hosted by Sky News Australia’s Paul Murray.
Following the debate and Q&A, Murray was joined for analysis by Sky News Queensland Editor Peter Gleeson, Courier Mail editor Chris Jones and Senator Amanda Stoker.
“I’m thrilled to be announcing our ‘Paul Murray Live Pub Test: The Mavericks’ episode,” Murray said.#
Cairns News strongly supports these independent party leaders being the best of a bad bunch. We would also add Riccardo Bosi to this group and urge readers to get this video to everybody they know. Under no circumstances vote for LNP, Labor or Greens.
Be careful of ‘independents’ read story in Cairns News about Climate 200 supported candidates.
Watch out for GetUp and voter fraud. There is a story coming.
Senator Malcolm Roberts giving Queensland Labor a serve for wrecking the state’s health system and destroying people’s lives and small business.
Defence Legislation Amendment will not allow foreign tanks to roll down Australian streets and be immune to liability
Last year the Defence Legislation Amendment (Enhancement of Defence Force Response to Emergencies) Bill was passed. Some have said it will allow foreign tanks to roll down Australian streets and be immune to liability. This is simply untrue. When reading all of the bill, we see that this is more about fighting bushfires than foreign troops and they DO NOT get immunity for any act of aggression against Australians. – from Senator Malcolm Roberts
Comrade Premier the heat in the kitchen is escalating, Redlands Shire says NO to your unlawful mandate. Bit close to home now
From Lyndsey Symonds
Last night the Redland Shire (southern bayside suburb not far from Brisbane) followed the lead of the Mareeba Shire. Big rally at the Cleveland Show Grounds – 1400 people with Pauline Hanson as the keynote speaker.
At 1 hour 06 mins. Pauline took the stand. She talked about her anti-mandate bill, argued that the vaccine mandates are against the constitution, brought down the house when she stated that the Scomo government has “pushed the premiers into doing his dirty work”.. Wild applause and standing ovation: “I am an Australian and I am standing up for my rights.” Big favourite in the Redlands.
The rally also heard from Dr. Robert Brennan, a ‘struck-off’ doctor from the CoVID Medical Network. He told the rally “this is a behavioural training program for the Social Credit System and digital ID / currency of the world order.” Also “the data from the UK, from Iceland, from Gibraltar and Israel is now in.”
The countries with the highest vaxx rates are the countries with the highest ‘covid’ cases – which are the adverse reactions and all the diseases are the vaccines themselves. They cannot hide it.
Cairnsnews could be forgiven for missing something here. We got a media release claiming One Nation senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts would be opposing all government bills in the senate unless the vaccine mandates were stopped.
Pauline’s own bill to halt mandates was defeated yesterday in the senate by the duopoly LNP and Labor (naturally) and some of the token independents such as mad woman Jacquie Lambie..
Today there is an article by the ABC that Hanson and Roberts sided with the LNP Government voting down the establishment of an Integrity Commission for federal politicians.
This blatant hypocrisy enhances the perception of many people that Pauline remains a true Liberal. Good luck Clive.
What more can we say?
Comment from James Ashby, Pauline Hanson’s Chief of Staff:
One Nation have committed to vote against all Government legislation until the Prime Minister removes the states ability to mandate COVID vaccines. While One Nation support the merits of a National ICAC, the Bill that went before the Senate today did not meet the requirements set by both One Nation Senators, and therefore they voted against it. If the Liberals voted the same way – that’s their choice. Neither One Nation Senator voted for the Government.
By now many of you have probably heard that Sky News will not be renewing the contract of Alan Jones.
Sky News had to get rid of Alan Jones because he was cutting too close to the bone with regards to COVID.
Anyone who speaks against government’s handling and mandating of jabs has to be shut down. How much influence does Pfizer have over Sky?
Alan has done a wonderful job keeping Australians well informed and offering a difference of opinion which is now being taken away from us.
It disheartening to see where our country is headed.
This is why I have asked Alan to stand for the Senate in NSW under the banner of One Nation.
We need more people of his calibre and intestinal fortitude to join me on the floor of parliament.
We can’t roll over, it is up to us to continue fighting for our rights and our democracy.
I know the people will back him. We all realise he still has very much to offer. – from Pauline Hanson
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’
Letter to your Senator template and your local Senator look up
Local senator look up;
You can copy the Template Letter from directly below (same as one in link above) add your own details (senators details at the top your name at the bottom).
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.”