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Topic # 239667 29-Jul-2018 00:22
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Why visit NZ? Hanson's party seems to be imploding in Australia:

Newshub: Known mostly for her controversial views on immigration, she is the president of Australian populist party One Nation, which also lists anti-Islam, anti-multiculturalism and conservatism among their ideologies.

Expect protests at the venue.

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  Reply # 2064450 29-Jul-2018 10:19
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The crows are really descending. They must smell something rotten.





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  Reply # 2064615 29-Jul-2018 16:03
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Will 'focus group' Phil Goff ban her as well. Guess it will depend on whether he believes his focus group research as to a ban's popularity is reliable.

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  Reply # 2064619 29-Jul-2018 16:18
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I presume she can't be easily banned from entering NZ at the border.


If she engages in hate speech while here, it would be a damned fine thing if she was arrested and deported.  The vast majority of Australians wouldn't want her back.


According to Pauline, Islam is something Australia needs to "vaccinate itself against".  OTOH it appears she's a bit of an anti-vaccer.  


She's been described as "bat poo crazy".  Seems fair.


One Nation's constitution:


"Hanson to become party President for as long as she may wish and to choose her successor, who may also continue until resignation".


ROFL - what a plonker.

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  Reply # 2064897 30-Jul-2018 11:58
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Pauline has nothing to say and she says it far too loud


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