In australia: the advent of multicultural societythe formation of the anti- immigrant one nation party in the late 1990s although the party's success was limited, its position resonated with some australian voters read more history of australia australia in australia: domestic issuesphenomenon of the 1990s, the one. Replying to @skynewsaust @travlic @paulinehansonoz we've heard her for years, she hasn't got anything worthwhile to sayhow about we hear more about how she promised her supporters she wouldn't sellout on the company tax cuts and then couldn't wait to sellout how about we hear how she. While asian immigrants were her target during her first introduction into politics in 1996, as part of her run for the senate in 2016, hanson took on the muslim australian one nation party leader pauline hanson poses beside her poster during the election campaign for the queensland state election in.
Pauline hanson is a cultural phenomenon and part of australia many, especially the ruling class, don't understand critics see her as right wing – conservative on many fronts certainly – not recognising much of her world view has its roots in the labor party's traditional core it's a popularist, protectionist. Casting an eye back to her controversial maiden speech in 1996, pauline hanson pulled no punches in her return to australian politics two decades later australia has never before in australia's history have we seen civil unrest and terror associated with a so-called religion, or from followers of that faith.
Pauline lee hanson is an australian politician who is the founder and leader of pauline hanson's one nation party (phon) she is currently a senator representing queensland in the parliament of australia hanson first entered politics as a. Political reporter canberra @primroseriordan pauline hanson has defended her appearance in senate question time today wearing a burka, saying what she did had “opened up debate” attorney-general george brandis has slammed the one nation leader for what he described as an “appalling stunt.
Pauline hanson, the leader of australia's right-wing one nation party, provoked gasps in the australian national senate wednesday after she entered the chamber wearing a full-length burqa to demand the item of muslim clothing be banned hanson, who has in the past caused controversy by saying.