Pauline Hanson Quotes

  • We have one of the highest interest rates in the world, and we owe more money per capita than any other country. All we need is a nail hole in the bottom of the boat and we're sunk.
  • The government must do all it can to help reduce interest rates for business.
  • To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag.
  • This nation is being divided into black and white, and the present system encourages this.
  • We are regarded as a Third World country with First World living conditions.
  • There is no sign saying 'good Muslim' or 'bad Muslim.' How many lives will be lost or destroyed trying to determine who is good or who is bad?
  • I come here not as a polished politician but as a woman who has had her fair share of life's knocks.
  • Islam cannot have a significant presence in Australia if we are to live in an open, secular, and cohesive society. We have seen the destruction it is causing around the world.
  • It is refreshing to be able to express my views without having to toe a party line. It has got me into trouble on the odd occasion, but I am not going to stop saying what I think.
  • I will fight hard to keep my seat in this place, but that will depend on the people who sent me here.
  • I do not believe that the colour of one's skin determines whether you are disadvantaged.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • A social problem is one that concerns the way in which people live together in one society. A racial problem is a problem which confronts two different races who live in two separate societies, even if those societies are side by side.
  • We must look after our own before lining the pockets of overseas countries and investors.
  • 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.
  • Governments must give to all those who have hit life's hurdles the chance to rebuild and have a future.
  • 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.
  • The majority of Aboriginals do not want handouts because they realise that welfare is killing them.
  • I believe we are in danger of being swamped by Asians.
  • If politicians continue to promote separatism in Australia, they should not continue to hold their seats in this parliament. They are not truly representing all Australians, and I call on the people to throw them out.
  • 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.