Time for a Aus-Exit from the “unelected swill” of the United Nations

I do enjoy a party  that has politicians prepared to call a spade a spade. Pauline Hanson’s party, One Nation has impressed me with its willingness to raise the issues of both Muslim immigration and the corruption and uselessness of the United Nations. This willingness to be unpopular with the media and to say politically incorrect things because they are the truth, is what ultimately is going to protect Australia. Where are the New Zealand politicians prepared to protect New Zealand? Apart from Winston Peters no other politician  in New Zealand has stepped up to the plate. Why not a NZ-Exit? It is time for some strong and decisive leadership.

One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts has urged Australia to mimic Britain’s Brexit and leave the “socialistic, monolithic” United Nations during his first speech to Parliament.

…Praising Britain’s recent decision to leave the European Union, which had the power to set laws and regulations affecting domestic laws in member countries, Senator Roberts called on Australians to launch an “Aus-exit” from institutions including the UN and International Monetary Fund.

…”Australia’s values and way of life are also at risk from insidious institutions such as the unelected swill that is the United Nations,” he said.

“The EU is a template for total socialist domination of Europe through unelected bodies, such as the IMF, forcing their frightening agenda on the people. It is also the UN’s template, and Australia must leave the UN.”

“We need an Aus-exit,” he declared.

-smh.com.au


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If you agree with me that’s nice but what I really want to achieve is to make you question the status quo. Look between the lines, do your own research. Do not be a passive observer in this game we call life.

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