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Mark Latham and Rod Roberts lead a dedicated team all for the "voice of those left behind".

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Pauline Hanson's One Nation - NSW Division. Authorised by Neil Turner, 3/36 Vincent St Cessnock NSW.

2 days ago

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There’s a lot of people hurting at the moment.The cost of living has pushed some families into being homeless.They used to live in a house or a unit.Now they live in a car or a tent.Inflation is off the charts.Electricity prices are up by at least 18%.The petrol discounts are over.And today we’ll see a 6th rise in interest rates... in as many months.Well here’s another cost that’s jamming Aussie families.But it’s not one that gets the same attention as the others.Private Health Insurance is a $26 billion industry.More than half of our country uses it.It costs the average person $160 a month.Or $1,920 a year.For the average family of four - it’s roughly $5,000 a year.When it works well- we all know it can be a lifesaver. You’re covered in an emergency.Your wait times and costs are reduced.And there's the annual discounts on extras.It's also common sense for most Australians when they reach a certain age and certain income.But let’s stop and think for a minute.Does anyone genuinely believe- they are getting anywhere close to value for money?If you’re paying thousands of dollars a year... every year... for the rest of your life.Where on earth does the money go?Well this should give you a bit of an idea.I’m grateful to a Sydney Doctor- Kyle Sheldrick- who has looked into this.His figures are from the independent watchdog- APRA.Last financial year- health insurance premiums increased by $911 million.Of that $911 million.Only $141 million went to actual health care benefits.The health care provider spent an extra $199 million on their own expenses.And the rest- about $570 million all went towards their profits.Have a look at it another way- as a percentage.From an additional $911 million Australians paid in premiums. Roughly 16% went to actual health care benefits. 22% went to expenses for your health fund.And more than 62% was profit.How on earth is this considered value for money.And yet- we pay it every month. Our insurance premiums have increased by 54% over the past decade.Have a closer look at NIB- which has 1 million members. Doctor Kyle Sheldrick has done the sums:“Last year NIB paid out $50 million LESS in benefits. “Health insurers skim premiums for admin costs, marketing, executive bonuses and profits.“In 2014... NIB was skimming 12 cents per dollar.“Now... it’s 21 cents.”So - in other words.You pay MORE... but get LESS.The health funds get MORE!N-I-B made a profit last year of $133 million.Their CEO Mark Fitzgibbon also took home $3 million.Don’t get me wrong- private health insurance is important.If you can afford it- you should have it.But next time your premiums go up- you might want to politely ask your health fund a simple question.How much of this increase is going towards health care?And how much is going into their pockets. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

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We have been hearing horror stories come out of our NSW Schools and much thanks for Mark Latham's Outsiders for highlighting all the failings of this Education Minister Sarah Mitchell in NOT educating our children but allowing the looney left wokeness morph its way indoctrinating our children.NSW One Nation will abolish all the wokeness and get our children educated and bring back better education standards we can be proud of. ... See MoreSee Less
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Wishing everyone across NSW a safe and enjoyable long weekend. ...and if you are driving, be careful 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
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