One Nation representatives from Queensland to Western Australia attended dawn services and street marches to commemorate ANZAC Day. Senator Pauline Hanson attended a dawn service in Mudgeeraba before travelling to attend the Brisbane street March.
Senator Peter Georgiou along with Senator Brian Burston and WA One Nation leader Colin Tincknell descended onto Albany to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War (1918-2018). It was in November 1914 in Albany where the Anzac spirit was born after 30-thousand service men from across Australia and New Zealand sailed out of King George sound.
For many it was the last time they would see Australia. Despite the drizzle on Anzac morning the sun beamed out later lighting up the Anzac Peace Park on the Albany foreshore for the annual parade down York Street.
During the trip the Parliamentarians planted poppies on Middleton Beach and met several war veterans including 87 year old Korean War veteran Victor, who had been a POW for 18-months, which was truly a humbling moment.
Great numbers for ANZAC services were reported across the country, a testament to the enduring respect Australians have for our service men and women. To all members of our defence force, past and present, thank you.
Lest we forget.
You can see some video of the Brisbane street march below:
ANZAC day march in Brisbane
Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, April 24, 2018