Colorful Australian minority party leaders clashed overnight with big names such as Bob Catherine, Clive Palmer, Campbell Newman and Pauline Hansen.
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“Well, I did the same thing with the Chinese, and I can tell you that they are a cruel group and they are hell to get our wealth.” he said.
But our politicians are just as weak.
While Queensland MP Bob Katter He said Australia should protect Australia from China’s growing threat by building a government. “The Wall of Mishael Tower”.
“There must be a wall of missile fortresses, try it and get past that.” Mr. Catherine spoke of the pub test.
In four and a half years, they (the government) did not find a single missile.
The maverick MP also said that every Australian high school child should have access to a gun in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
“I do not apologize to anyone. Every boy in this country, every boy in high school in this country should get a gun and know how to use it and the reason for this is Ukraine.” Mr. Catter said.
In the meantime Liberal Democrat Senate candidate Campbell Newman With the pragmatist ‘can do’ attitude, there is time for Australia.Strengthening the Defense Forces ” It was now under the control of the Communist Party of ChinaAt the rally “
“I think it’s important to express our views and stand up for our Australian values, our democratic values.” Mr. Newman said.
Leaving the night drawing card, a national leader, Pauline Hansen, shouted,If the Greens have this country, they will destroy us – we will be like the Third World! ”
“She started her own political document,” said Hansen.The other big thing on my agenda is this covide vaccine order! ”
Without any encouragement, Paul changed the outcry from the crowd to victory
“I am not anti-Vaxker, but I am very supportive. And I will not let a politician tell me what goes into my body! ”
More than a debate, a poll conducted by Queensland’s four most controversial politicians showed that 29% of voters were in favor of a free or minority party rather than a Coalition or Labor party.
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