About One Nation
If you're concerned about climate change fraud, the UN's influence over Australian political decisions, Agenda 21/30 - One Nation is the Party to vote for at this election. Many will know Malcolm Roberts from Galileo, who along side Lord Monckton, helped expose the UN and the attempt to form a one world government through climate change. Malcom attended many anti carbon tax rallies and is a highly regarded scientist, and an indefatigable campaiger for civilisation.
Malcolm has been a warrior, trying to provide scientific facts and educate MPs like Greg Hunt, without success. Many Liberal and Labor MPs know that the UN's climate change policies are fraudulent but have done nothing to stop them. In the meantime, we're paying billions towards a non existent problem. Not only is Malcolm aware of the damage that the Australian Government - at all levels - is doing by implementing policies based on the UN's Agenda 21/30, he's now campaigning against this draconian legislation that many MPs deny exist, and our media refuse to acknowledge. Yet it's all around you - so much for a non existent conspiracy theory.
An Australian presentation but echoed here and in other countries. It's just three minutes of Primary School CO2 Science that the Government doesn't want made public. This three-minute video puts carbon dioxide into perspective.
There are some remarkable people running with Pauline's One Nation. Many of you will know Carter Edwards, who is running in the NSW seat of Dobell, and Dean Machin, who is running for the NSW Senate. Both have a loyal following from their programs on the Superadio Network 2SM. What Dean doesn't know about Agenda 21/30 and Climate Change Fraud can fit on the head of a pin.
Here is a list of other candidates, both in the Senate and the lower house - and the list is growing all the time. Policies are below.
PAULINE HANDSON'S MAIDEN SPEECH
PAULINE HANSON'S MAIDEN SPEECH
Pauline Hanson was elected to the House of Representatives electorate of Oxley at the March 1996 election. Oxley was a traditionally safe Labor electorate in Queensland, centred on Ipswich. Labor’s Les Scott held Oxley with a two-party-preferred margin of 14.65%. Hanson secured a swing of 19.31% and won the seat with a majority of 4.66%.
Malcolm Turnbull gives Pauline Hanson a free kick:
"Pauline Hanson is not a welcome presence on the Australian political scene - remember she was chucked out of the Liberal party," Malcolm Turnbull told reporters in Sydney recently.
Pauline Hanson has hit back at Malcolm Turnbull after he said the former politician would not be welcome back to Parliament. Speaking with Paul Murray on Sky News she says the comments point to the prime minister's arrogance.
'If I stand and win my seat the people have voted me in, why has he more right to his seat than I do, it just shows sheer arrogance.'
Ms Hanson, a populist firebrand who champions an anti-multicultural agenda, is standing for a Senate seat in Queensland.
Due to the double dissolution, Ms. Hanson will only need a half the usual quota of votes to be elected to the Senate, increasing her chance of being elected at the July 2 poll.
The last laugh could be on Malcolm Turnbull.
Australia's First Political Prisoner
Pauline Hanson was an enemy of Australia's political establishment and they were out to get her. And get her they did.
The jailing of Pauline Hanson in 2003 was one of the most digraceful events in Australia's political history. Along with David Etteridge (One Nation's National Director), Pauline was jailed for electoral fraud.
Legislation states that sitting members of Parliament may register a Party without any requirement as to the numbers of paid up members. Non sitting members need to prove to the Electoral Commission that there are 500 members of that party. One Nation put forward one thousand names and the Electoral Commission in Queensland tested 250 of them - and declared One Nation to be a valid party.
The registration of One Nation was made at the Federal level where $5 million was paid to the party - pefectly legal. The same registration was found by the Queensland Courts to be illegal.
Peter Beattie was the Queensland State Premier at the time and suffered quite a bit of political fallout at the time.
In August 2003 she was found guilty by the Queensland Courts of illegally using the names of 500 members of a support group to register One Nation as a political party, as well as fraudulently obtaining almost A$500,000 (US$325,000) in electoral funds. She was jailed for three years, serving 11 weeks of that term before an appeal court quashed her conviction in November 2003 and ordered her released.
Mr Beattie said his office had been flooded with emails, faxes and letters criticising the One Nation founder's three-year sentence for fraud. Public outrage grew when it was revealed that Pauline was subjected to gross indignities while she was imprisoned.
'm sure Pauline would rather forget it, but that event has made Pauline into the strong woman she is today. A blot remains on our society that Pauline was never paid compensation for being wrongfully jailed. Despite this travesty of justice, Pauline has grown stronger and she will prove her critics wrong when she's elected to the Queensland Senate in July.
The events leading up to the jailing of Pauline and David are very complicated, and a full report can be found below, written by Michael Head*. As Michael Head states at the bottom of his report "Regardless of one's opinion of Hanson, Ettridge and One Nation, the operation against them constitutes a warning of the ruthless and anti-democratic methods that may be used in the. future against parties which, unlike Hanson's, advance a genuine and progressive alternative to the political establishment."
* In 2003, Michael Head was a law teacher at the University of Western Sydney.