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Mr President, thank you.

As a servant to the people of Queensland and


Australia, Im here to discuss with the chamber and the Australian people how
we will re-build our great nation.
To the six hundred thousand people who voted for Pauline Hansons One
Nation I owe a particular debt of gratitude for the privilege of serving our state
and country.
I will honour all Australians by restoring our constitution, restoring our national
sovereignty and restoring freedom via this chamber and in my everyday life.
All of us as One Nation Senators are going to say the things that need to be
said and do the things that need to be done. We are not worried what the
establishment says about us, were not here for the establishment. We are
here for everyday people and our nation.
My passion for politics and policy was unleashed during the grass roots
uprising of the Australian people against the reviled and dishonest carbon tax,
a new tax on carbon dioxide, based on a lie and founded on a dishonest
agenda.
I became a volunteer spokesman for the Galileo movement working with
great Australians such as Jacques Laxale, Paul Evans, John Smeed, Case
Smit, Viv Forbes, Judy Ryan, Anne Easby, Jennifer Marohasy, Ian Plimer,
Leon Ashby, Joanne Nova, Jim Simpson, Mike Elliott, Michael Darby, Alan
Jones, Grant Goldman and the late Bob Carter and many other scientists and
grass roots activists against the carbon dioxide tax and restoring our nations
sovereignty.
As a result of climate policies, Queenslanders, everyday Australians, have
lost jobs, paid higher taxes, wasted opportunities, lost businesses and fritted
away scarce resources... Nowhere is this issue more important than in our
resource rich Queensland, which stands to lose the most of all our states.
Does it not concern Senators that the hyperbolic predictions from the
hysterical likes of Tim Flannery, David Karoly and Ross Garnaut have not
come to pass. Again, again and again, for nearly 30 years climate activists

have been warning us that we have just 5 years to act. Every time Nature has
proven them wrong.
Flannery beclowned himself saying at the start of this century Brisbanes
dams will never be full again. Arent we all sick of it? Because the Australian
public is!
John Cleese recently said I would like 2016 to be the year when people
remembered that science is a method of investigation and not a belief
system. But for too long blind faith, contrary to reality, has ruled.
My qualifications include an honours engineering degree - covering
atmospheric gases including carbon dioxide - from the University of
Queensland. Also, an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School
of Business, famous for rigorous statistical analysis.
In the real world I obtained statutory qualifications covering atmospheric
gases with rigorous responsibilities for hundreds of peoples lives.
My studies reinforced the importance of relying on empirical facts hard data
and physical observations needed to prove cause and effect. My area of
studies focused on earth sciences and geology.
Australians should be able to rely on the information from Australian
government bodies and institutions, but we cant.
I have used FOI requests, correspondence and reports from the heads of
CSIRO, Bureau of Meteorology, UN, and universities to show there is no data
proving human use of hydrocarbon fuels effects climate.
We use Australias resources - that is gas, coal, oil to produce energy.
These resources contain hydrogen and carbon that produce water and
carbon dioxide. Both are essential for life on earth. Yet the core climate claim
is that carbon dioxide from human activity will catastrophically warm our
planet.
Like Socrates I love asking questions to get to the truth.
So I ask the question; over the last 130 years what was the longest single
temperature trend? Is not the inconvenient truth this .... that from the 1930s
to the 70s during the period of the greatest industrialisation in human history
when our carbon dioxide output increased greatly, atmospheric temperatures
cooled for forty years straight?

Another inconvenient fact; temperatures statistically have not been warming


since 1995. Records show there have been warmer periods in Australias
history then the current decade.
Temperatures are now cooler than 130 years ago. This is the reverse of what
were blatantly told by the Bureau of Metrology that has manipulated cooling
trends into false warming trends.
Mr President here are more undeniable facts proven by data; firstly, changes
in the carbon dioxide level are a result of changes in temperature, not a
cause. Thats the reverse of what were told. Second, we do not and cannot
affect the level of carbon dioxide in air. Reverse of what were told. We cannot
and do not affect global climate. Third, warming is beneficial after all
science classifies past warmer periods as climate optimums. Again, the
reverse of what were told.
Its basic. The sun warms earths surface. The surface by contact warms the
moving circulating atmosphere. That means the atmosphere cools the
surface. How can anything that cools the surface warm it? It cant. Thats
why their computer models are wrong. The UNs claim is absurd.
Instead of science, activists invoke morality, imply natural weather events are
unusual, appeal to authority, use name calling-ridicule-and emotion, avoid
discussing facts, and rely on pictures of cute smiling dolphins. These are not
evidence of human effect on climate.
If it is clear that climate change is a scam, and also our prosperity relies on
the human endeavours of industry and production, then why is it that in this
great parliament there are extremist advocates of an agenda to deindustrialise our nation? Let me make it clear, I will stand firm against any
political organisation whose primary aim is to destroy our prosperity and
future.
Instead of no nation, we must have one nation.
How are we, Mr President, going to re-build Australia and hold-back any push
to de-industrialise our nation?
In touring Australia and Queensland with Senator Hanson we can see firsthand the damage fraudulent climate change science and policy is doing to
communities and families. De-industrialisation is costing jobs, destroying
families, bankrupting businesses and making our nation less competitive
against other nations.

Queenslands most important industry is mining. I have run mines around the
world. It is also vital for Australia.
Coal has lifted the whole of humanity out of grinding poverty and propelled us
to achievements never thought possible. The wealth created for every
Australian has been considerable. While it may be easy to have or find some
rock, or a dollar... to then turn that dollar into two dollars is a very intensive
and challenging endeavour. Government policy has not always helped this
process.
In reality governments rarely help, they hinder. Australians can only lift
productivity when governments get out of our way.
In all these matters I trust the human mind and heart to make intelligent
conclusions, I have faith in people and our ingenuity. We must encourage
honest debate and free speech on these issues because that respects and
promotes human spirit.
Humans care; our future civilisation depends on protecting the environment
and the future of our environment depends on protecting civilisation.
Mr President, allow me to say unequivocally, we are taxed enough already.
As my dear friend John MacRae says publicly, Australians pay more tax every
year than could have ever been imagined by our forefathers crafting our
constitution.
Consider this honourable colleagues, from a chartered accountant who
worked on GST for our state government: 50% of the cost of a loaf of bread is
made up of tax effectively a tax rate of 100 percent.
Young Australians would be most alarmed to learn that almost 50% of the
price of a house is made of various taxes and impositions. That doubles a
typical bank loan.
Fuel is taxed at the astonishing rate of 230%. We are a decentralised nation,
and high energy bills compound the cost of everything. When we reduce the
cost of energy, though, we increase productivity, which increases our
prosperity.

High energy costs really hurt the most vulnerable in our society, the lowest
income earners. The renewable energy target and climate policies are highly
regressive on the poor, and we will work to end such policies.
After all, who would have ever thought that governments would create a tax
on the air we breathe, the carbon dioxide tax?
And who pays taxes?
The former deputy commissioner of the Australian Taxation Office, Jim Killaly,
said 90% of Australias large companies are foreign owned and since 1953
have paid little or no company tax. Former Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey,
said that Australians pay 50% of our income in taxes. The Australian Bureau
of Statistics previously stated that Australians on an average income pay 68%
of their earnings to government as taxes, rates, levies, fees, charges,
special charges and other burdens....
We work Monday to mid-morning Thursday for the government. The biggest
purchase of our life is not our house, its government.
For too long in Australia we have been strangling the goose that laid the
golden egg. It must stop. Economics is about people. Australian economist,
lawyer, writer and bush poet Banjo Paterson said in 1889 It must always be
remembered that we are dealing here with the simple question whether we
can, by any means, be enabled to make a better living.
Australias tax system quashes Banjos vision. Instead of no nation, we must
have one nation.
One nation, as a federation of sovereign states.
When our constitution devolves many powers and responsibilities to the
states why would a central government crave collecting so much tax? It is for
nothing more than stealing control over our states and in doing so creates a
mammoth bureaucracy that duplicates responsibilities and doubles costs.
The challenges of tax and productivity are important to Queenslanders, and I
will seek to work in collaboration with the entire parliamentary community in
pursuing comprehensive tax reform.
Senators, in my view the purpose of great institutions such as this parliament,
and broadly politics, is to protect life, protect property and property freedom.

Government has sadly transitioned into a beast that only wishes to control
peoples lives.
And it has curious bedfellows. As my good colleague Senator Rod Culleton
has so ably shown big government in partnership with big banks is a disaster
for ordinary Australians.
One of the greatest threats to our liberty and life as we know it is the
international banking sector. As American President Andrew Jackson once
said, It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of
government to their own selfish purposes.
Worldwide, privately owned central banks have greed as their creed and
cannot be trusted to work in a countrys best interests. A royal commission
into the banking sector and currency is just one tool needed to expose what
the big international banks are doing to trash our country.
In 1889 Banjo Paterson identified the core problem simply when he referred
to international banking as: The trusts and monopolies whereby labourers
are robbed.
Australia again needs a peoples bank, like Labor Prime Minister Andrew
Fischers Commonwealth Bank, started in 1912. A peoples bank is an
established policy of our party. A peoples bank that focuses on building
infrastructure and securing capital for Australias needs. This peoples bank
will boost productivity and shield the country from the manipulation of our
economy so often exerted by the tight-knit international banking sector.
Unlocking the potential of Northern Australia and regional Queensland is a
most pressing issue facing our state and the broader Australian community. A
peoples bank would open new opportunities to make these areas the driver
of our economy with better infrastructure bringing investment and capital to
the regions. We need to encourage business to move their operations north
and focus on our huge potential.
Instead of no nation, we must have one nation.
We recently received an excellent presentation from the Immigration Minister,
Peter Duttons team. Their core policies are protecting our borders, are
saving thousands of boat peoples lives and are enabling thousands of
genuine humanitarian refugees thanks to Senator Hansons courageous
policies 20 years ago.

Australians everywhere have told me and my colleagues, including Senator


Burston, how important it is that our nations values and culture are protected.
People allowed into Australia, must live by our laws.
Growing up my parents taught me to respect all cultures and religions. I lived
with people of all faiths, Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs and Christians.
Australia has developed a society where people of all faiths are free to get
along. In particular we must maintain our well- developed standards on the
treatment of women and children, and the equal advancement of people from
all ancestries. We should welcome anyone of any background who wants to
live in peace, but for those who dont plan to integrate into our culture and
laws we need to protect our borders and keep them out.
My hope is that we will have a fairer immigration system, a system that
stringently tests individuals in their commitment to Australian values. At the
moment we test people wishing to take citizenship on Don Bradmans batting
average. I ask the question; why dont we test people more properly before
they come to Australia on upholding our great nation and our laws?
Australias values and way of life are also at risk from insidious institutions
such as the unelected swill that is the United Nations. The people of the
United Kingdom recently spoke and I have great admiration for the way they
broke free of that socialist monolithic monster, the European Union. 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
UNs template and Australia must leave the UN, we need an Aus-exit.
Thanks to many researchers like my colleague Graham Williamson and
Graham Strachan, people are waking to the UN destroying our national
sovereignty through implementation of the UNs 1975 Lima Declaration and
1992 Rio declaration for 21st century global governance (Agenda 21 / 2030)
signed quietly by the then government and sneakily implemented by ministers
of every government since.
Under the guise of biodiversity to steal property rights, sustainability to pass
regulations controlling people, and climate change to push foreign control
using unlawful agreements like the Paris sham.
Let me say the people of Australia are desperate to regain our sovereignty.
We need to re-build our nation.

Australians have had enough of foreign control. Enough tax. Enough theft of
our prosperity and future.
Australia is on a precipice. We can fall off the edge if we continue to become
an unproductive nation, which hinders enterprise through high taxes and
gross abuses of power such as taxing the air we breathe.
We once thought we were a poor nation, when we were actually rich. Sadly,
we now think were a rich nation, yet we are becoming
poor. Instead of no nation, we must have one nation.
People can be confident that I will advocate for them authentically, from my
heart, always in the national interest. I will show the highest ethical standards
in my advocacy.
My greatest passion is freeing people to reach their potential, through strong
leadership, to be individuals able to pursue dreams and aspirations as
citizens of the greatest nation on our beautiful precious planet. Together, we
have a lot of work to do Australia. I am humbled to be entrusted in doing this
amazing work with the Australian people.
Finally....
No one can show testimony to my belief in the enduring power of human
nature more than the great Pauline Hanson. With the indulgence of the
chamber and with the Senators permission, Ill refer to her as everyone
knows, Pauline. Our Pauline, the peoples politician, she is one of us and we
are just like her. A woman of great courage and to whom I owe being able to
stand here today. Pauline listens to understand and is honest, courageous
and persistent.
Twenty years ago the establishment ridiculed you Pauline, at the same time
they quietly started implementing some of your policies.
Thank you for saying what you have said and giving a voice to the forgotten
people, and showing that we really do matter. Thank you Pauline.
I must thank the amazing James Ashby. As with Pauline, they threw
everything at you, mate, and you stayed strong and true to our cause and
kept your integrity. You are one of the most capable people I have ever met.
Thank you, mate.
You have a great team at One Nation behind you Pauline, and I thank all of
our campaign team in particular Saraya Beric for your brave and loyal spirit.

I have been working voluntarily on these causes close to my heart for eight
years, to shed light on so many injustices. I couldnt have done this without
the strength, courage, honesty, tolerance and care of the person I love most,
my gorgeous wife Christine. Together we are blessed with the love of our
children, Shane and Kelsey who have the strength to challenge, and are
always close to my heart. I love you both. My parents, who have passed on,
instilled in me honesty and strength of character, and I honour them today.
Our nation, Australia, is at its very best when it is united, united as one nation.
In the past our nation faced and overcame great challenges. We face
enormous challenges now.
Today I have shown those things important to me, to our great party Pauline
Hansons One Nation and to our magnificent state of Queensland.
My role in this chamber will be to ask the questions that need to be asked,
and to do what needs to be done in finding solutions for all of us.
Mr President and Senators, thank you.