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What? Everybody, Including Migrants Love Pauline Hanson! By Bruce Bennett
I was just a kid back in the late 1990s when Pauline Hanson got One Nation going. All I remember feeling at the time, is that my high school teachers hated her, so that immediately made her cool with me. Then there were the riots and all the rampaging by insane pinkos which was pretty exciting at the time for a teenager. This was the first time the Lefties got a big serve back, and I wish that they could get another one too. And now, years later, even migrants, God bless ‘em are starting to rethink things:
“Vic Meli's parents left war-torn Malta for a better life in Australia when he was just a toddler. But growing up in suburban Sydney as a migrant child in the 1950s was challenging. "Australia was very racist, the polite ones called us new Australians - the others just called us wogs," he said. Mr Meli is now among a growing number of migrants voting for One Nation. ABC analysis of voting trends and Census data has revealed last election, Pauline Hanson's One Nation and Clive Palmer's United Australia Party (UAP) polled strongly in electorates with the highest percentage of migrants in Australia, despite campaigning against further immigration. When asked why a migrant was voting for a party that has been outspoken against some immigrants, Mr Meli said he was protective of his country. "Migrants are not migrants after they come here, they are new Australians," he said. "And if they waited a long time in a queue and went through lots of steps — how do you think they feel about a so-called queue-jumper? "They don't like it."
Well put; we are all in this boat together now, and if it sinks don’t expect any other nation to care a jot about us if we were refugees. We would be left to sink or swim.