Opposition to immigration
Political position Right-wing
- Australian values. Australia is for Australians and under our constitution only Australians decide our laws and obligations, decide who will enter and live in our country, and decide how we ensure our nation’s safety and economic security.
- Federalism. We are a federation of sovereign states designed so that each state creates improvements that are then copied and shared for the benefit of our nation and all Australians now and in the future.
- Honesty and integrity. Australian values include honesty and speaking openly, directly and respectfully with complete freedom of speech and expression to ensure integrity and accountability.
- Fairness. We stand for a fair go and for rewarding initiative while protecting the disadvantaged, building responsibility and ensuring the lowest possible energy prices for high productivity that creates wealth and prosperity for all.
- Freedom. Freedom of thought, expression, initiative, association, and exchange is essential for efficient collaboration and risk taking that is respectful of others’ rights including property rights.
- Human progress. Bring back and then protect eight keys to human progress that made our young country prosperous and number one in the world within two decades: freedom; rule of law; adherence to our constitution; secure property rights; government controlled people’s bank; fair and efficient tax system; strong families; cheap, accessible, reliable and environmentally-responsible energy.
- We believe that our country’s future wealth and the prosperity of all Australians can be assured only through listening and then caring enough to openly address the problems that Liberal-Labor-Nationals-Greens created politically and continue to make. We listen and we care enough to speak for the voiceless and the powerless.
We believe that instead of tomorrow being cloudy and threatening, tomorrow can be better than today and that every one of us has a personal responsibility to make it so.
In the news
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is using a poll showing almost half of voters want a ban on Muslim immigration as evidence her party is standing up for the “silent majority”.
The Essential poll found 49 per cent of Australians would support blocking Muslims from moving to the country.
“Australia’s values and way of life are also at risk from insidious institutions such as the unelected swill that is the United Nations,” Malcolm Roberts, a representative of the anti-immigration One Nation party, said Tuesday of the intergovernmental organization of which Australia was a founding member in 1945.
“The E.U. is a template for total socialist domination of Europe through unelected bodies, such as the IMF, forcing their frightening agenda on the people,” Roberts went on to say, referring to the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. “It is also the U.N.’s template, and Australia must leave the U.N.”
Principles and Objectives
- To stop the teaching and infiltration of Islam and its totalitarian ideology, that opposes our democracy, way of life and laws. To ban the Burqa in public places, government buildings and schools. To make genital mutilation of young girls a criminal offence, carrying heavy sentences. To stop islamists and their families from receiving welfare benefits; we are a Christian country, only one marriage is recognised. Ban the building of any more Mosques.
- To oppose Sharia Law ever being allowed in Australia. We are a Christian country with one law for all.
- To implement a food labelling system that is conducive as to the origin of the product, Australian made or foreign. Halal certification has no place in Australia when unsuspecting Australians are forced to fund Islamic Mosques and schools. One Nation would stop the practice of Halal Certification on all products, service, and machinery in Australia, other than for export.
- One Nation will continue to stop illegal immigration by way of boat and air and support temporary protection visas. One Nation supports the refugee programme, but we must have a say in who comes in. We must be mindful of taking people that are Christian, and genuine refugees.