(From The Sydney Morning Herald)
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has warned of “terrorism on our streets” and says Australians fear their suburbs have been “swamped by Asians”, as she claimed her party could snare up to six Senate spots.
The prospect of Hanson’s return to the federal political arena after 18 years, which included a stint in jail, has sharpened focus on the extreme One Nation policy agenda that a future government must contend with.
On Monday, Labor leader Bill Shorten said Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s double dissolution election and Senate reforms were to blame for One Nation’s rise. He called for Turnbull’s resignation. Read More