One reader says voters should check out One Nation before heading to the polling booths.
One reader says voters should check out One Nation before heading to the polling booths. Rob Williams

LETTER: "One Nation intends to abolish multiculturalism"

IN YOUR May 30 edition there were two connected items:   

A letter from Mary Davies, Grandchester extolling Ms Hanson's virtues and an item about the One Nation candidate for Oxley, Brad Trussell. 

I was intrigued by what was not said about Ms Hanson or her party.  

I would be curious to know whether Ms Davies and Mr Trussell endorse each of these One Nation policies, taken verbatim from their website.  

Ban halal certification.

This would either increase the packaging costs of our food exporters or lock them out of Asian and Middle East markets. 

How does certification change the food inside?  

Call for a referendum to change Section 116 of the Australian Constitution that keeps government right away from controlling religion.   

To what will they change Section 116?

We will introduce religious discrimination into our immigration policy.  

Australians who wish to use tax payer funded services, will be required to hold a 'National Identity Card' with their photo and an electronic chip.   

Every pensioner beware, you will be watched closely by Big Sister.  

One Nation intends to abolish multiculturalism and the Racial Discrimination Act of 1975.

I'll bet this makes all those of "ethnic" or indigenous heritage feel really safe.  

KEN ALDERTON

One Mile 



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