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Migrants Bucking the Stereotype and Ditching the Major Parties in Favour of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation
"Us wogs made Australia a better place. We don't want to see it buggered up."
And the seismic change of the last half century.
His presence could “incite discord.”
"It's OK to be white" is "offensive."
Government MPs now say they backed Hanson measure because they “misunderstood” it.
It was voted down only narrowly.
She wants parliament to acknowledge that “it’s OK to be white.”
Senator Calls for ‘Final Solution’ to Australia’s ‘Immigration Problem’ in Controversial Maiden Speech
The solution is for people to vote and say whether they want more Muslims in Australia.
Another phrase whites aren’t allowed to use?
And social media went nuts.
Australian Senator's comments are well received.
"The door to Australia is closed."
Only 40 percent disagree.
Her opponents want to stop "opportunistic commentary."
She shocked Australia in the 1990s. Now she's back in politics.
The basic platform for Pauline Hanson's One Australia Party.
Pauline Hanson is running for parliament again.
"Controversial politician" in 1996: Australia "in danger of being swamped with Asians."
Australian nationalist says yes.
Australian nationalist: As bad as things are Down Under, they're even worse in Britain and Europe.
No people can long survive when common sense becomes a crime.
She's "sick of . . . people coming out here and saying that our girls are like the meat market."
Australian nationalist Pauline Hanson: "The big parties cannot be trusted."
Australian government admits black South Africans infected with TB and AIDS.
Muslims plan to build "Islamic Village" in London.
Best minds are baffled.
Correcting official racism.
Prop. 209 wins in California.