Hanson Takes Her Maiden Flight In Her New Plane

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Pauline Hanson is once again leader and National Chairman of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation since her resignation from the party in 2002.

Since her return, One Nation stood 11 candidates in the January 2015 state election, with Miss Hanson narrowly missing the seat of Lockyer by 114 votes.

Miss Hanson said, “I am excited with the support I have received since my return to lead the party. Membership has increased, genuine interest from people to stand as candidates in the next federal election Australia wide, and opening our new head office situated in the heart of Albion Brisbane.”

This time I have backing from people who are fed up with the major political parties, and believe that I am the only one with Australia’s best interests at heart and willing to question government policy that is clearly destroying our Australian culture and future,” Miss Hanson said.

“Pauline Hanson’s One Nation might have a new look and management team, but our core policies are still the same. Underhanded Free Trade agreements that are not open to public scrutiny, foreign investment better known as foreign takeover and loss of Australian jobs to foreign fly in and out, will see many Australians thrown on to the scrap heap."

Miss Hanson said, “I am proud to announce, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation will be launching their new plane just finished being built by an Australian company last week. The maiden flight will be at the Caloundra airport at 10am followed by the first official flight to Rockhampton this Friday, to attend the Reclaim Australia Rally on Sunday.”

“I am thankful to now have a plane as this will enable me to visit people around the state, and interstate, including those in small remote communities who have never had their representative take the time to visit them.”

Pauline has never given up her fight for Parliament and to represent the Australian people with honesty, integrity and determination for a fair go for all. Hence the party’s new motto, “Never give up, we won’t.”

Pauline invites the media and public to attend tomorrow morning at the Caloundra Airport, Pathfinder Dr, Caloundra West, 10am.
Vision and foresight positive change and lobbying and bringing awareness is pressuring the politicians to act even to this day.



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