The UN doesn’t look out for Australia’s interests so why should we be dictated to by them? No one in Government would be talking about rejecting the UN if we didn’t have the guts to say what you’re thinking. The UN is now condemning all countries that don’t agree with their Global Compact. One Nation […]
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No stranger to red dust, Pauline Hanson has hit the regions again in an impromptu tour of regional Queensland. Making her way to Capricornia, inland and north from there, Pauline has yet again hit the towns that most politicians can’t be bothered to spend the time at. Her first stop was to Yeppoon, the beachside […]
All you have to do is look at a report handed down by the UN to see why One Nation has been calling for Australia to exit the Paris Climate Agreement and stand up to the bullying UN bureaucrats who want to undermine our Australian way of life. This bizarre report claimed that unless we […]
This week the ACCC released its Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry report, confirming power prices are far too high and slamming the failures of past Government’s regulation of power prices. In response, Bill Shorten accused others of, “trying to use the report’s recommendations to placate the ‘knuckle-draggers of the cave-dwelling right of the Liberal Party’ with […]
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Is there a single person here who didn’t think it was a bad idea to sign up to the Paris Agreement? I’ve visited a number of small business and charities recently and their monthly power bills are horrific. Knocking down coal fired power stations and subsidising unreliable wind and solar, just to satisfy an agreement […]
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