Pauline Hanson

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We now have a situation where a type of reverse racism is applied to mainstream Australians by those who promote political correctness.

Pauline Hanson

The World Health Organisation has a lot of its medical experts sitting in Geneva while hospitals in Africa have no drugs and desperate patients are forced to seek medication on the black market.

Pauline Hanson

This nation is being divided into black and white, and the present system encourages this.

Pauline Hanson

We have lost all our big Australian industries and icons, including Qantas when it sold 25 % of its shares and a controlling interest to British Airways.

Pauline Hanson

My view on issues is based on common sense, and my experience as a mother of four children, as a sole parent, and as a businesswoman running a fish and chip shop.

Pauline Hanson

Present governments are encouraging separatism in Australia by providing opportunities, land, moneys and facilities available only to Aboriginals.

Pauline Hanson

In this financial year we will be spending at least $1.5 billion on foreign aid and we cannot be sure that this money will be properly spent, as corruption and mismanagement in many of the recipient countries are legend.

Pauline Hanson

We must look after our own before lining the pockets of overseas countries and investors.

Pauline Hanson

I will fight hard to keep my seat in this place, but that will depend on the people who sent me here.

Pauline Hanson

To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag.

Pauline Hanson

I do not believe that the colour of one's skin determines whether you are disadvantaged.

Pauline Hanson

I may be only a fish and chip shop lady, but some of these economists need to get their heads out of the textbooks and get a job in the real world. I would not even let one of them handle my grocery shopping.

Pauline Hanson

My greatest desire is to see all Australians treat each other as equals as we travel together towards the new century.

Pauline Hanson