Pauline Hanson, former leader of Australia`s immigration restrictionist One Nation party, which R.J. Stove has covered for VDARE.com in articles here
, is announcing her return to politics, and getting a lot of (negative
) news coverage as a result. Most of the coverage seems to have to do with the fact that she told people that immigration from Africa
would necessarily include a number of people with AIDS.
Hanson a `bloodsucker`: Brown The Age, December 7, 2006, Australian Greens leader Bob Brown says Pauline Hanson is a "bloodsucker`` and has attacked her suggestion that Africans are bringing AIDS into Australia.
Brown says that Hanson`s comments are worse for Australia than anything immigrants have done:
"The amazing thing about Pauline is that she is a far greater cost to this country in terms of wrecking our international reputation than any immigrant would ever be,`` he told reporters today."She really is a bloodsucker on Australia in terms of the way in which she divides the country and makes us look an uglier country right round the world.``
So Pauline Hanson is worse that the Lebanese rapists,
worse than the Cronulla rioters
, worse than terrorist Mamdouh Habib,
worse than the organized criminals who introduced Bekaa Valley Heroin,
worse than the "Men Of No Appearance"
who commit armed robberies in Sydney? (Actually, they`re of "Middle Eastern" appearance, but this never makes the Sydney papers.
That`s a lot of harm done to Australia`s international reputation just by one woman saying that there`s AIDS in Africa
and it doesn`t need to be imported to Sydney