ONE NATION: PUTTING COMMON SENSE BACK INTO NSW POLITICS
NSW STATE ELECTION 23 MARCH 2019
With Mark Latham as our State Leader, One Nation will put common sense back into NSW Government by:
Mark Latham speaks his mind. He’s not afraid to upset the ruling elites, politicians and bureaucrats.
If there’s a problem that needs solving to help people, Mark will talk honestly about it and push for an answer.
Over the past decade, he has watched the quality of political leadership in Australia and NSW fall away.
Sydney is choking on congestion due to over-population, while regional and country NSW has been neglected.
He’s running for the NSW Upper House as the head of the One Nation ticket to put some common sense back into the system, to get government back to basics.
If elected to State Parliament on 23 March, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation will:
Cut electricity bills by $85 per annum by abolishing the NSW Electricity Tax.
Tender out a government contract for reliable baseload power to replace the coal-fired Liddell power station (due for closure in 2022) – vital for the State’s energy security.
Cut immigration numbers and introduce new planning controls to ease over-population, over-development and congestion in Sydney.
Instead of spending $810 million on the Olympic Stadium at Homebush, One Nation will put the money into much-needed capital works and maintenance for country hospitals.
During this time of drought, we will ensure NSW keeps more of its own water, for farmers and environmental flows, instead of flushing it down the mouth of the Murray.
Restore property rights for farmers, allowing them to build the dams and do the land clearing they need to keep their farms financially viable.
Reverse the slide in NSW school results by getting the system back-to-basics, with improved teacher quality, testing, grading and curriculum.
Outlaw the new Left-wing discrimination against men, boys, Christians and white people, including a ban on discriminatory ‘employment quotas’ and segregationist ‘safe spaces’.
Introduce new laws to protect freedom of speech, religious freedom and traditional Australian values and lifestyle (such as recreational fishing).
Build a new public hospital in Western Sydney (between Penrith and Camden) funded by abandoning the wasteful Powerhouse Museum relocation.
To see the full NSW One Nation Policy Plan, please go to nsw.onenation.org.au/policies/
We have released more detailed policy documents than the major parties combined.