Response of One Nation to NSW Human
Rights Education Committee's survey:
(the response below was provided by Graeme
Campbell, One Nation)
1. How would you work to promote freedom from discrimination?
Racial discrimination cuts both ways, and most of it occurs
with out people knowing. The reason there is so much discrimination,
is because the concept of multi-culturalism pays people to
maintain their own culture. This is very dividing and causes
resentment amongst all citizens. I support an abandonment
of multi-culturalism and the reintroduction of the policy
of assimilation. This would dramatically reduce discrimination
as the difference in cultures would be reduced. It would also
according to Darwin's theory of evolution allow only the good
parts from each culture to survive.
I also support a discriminatory immigration policy for the
same reason as outlined above.
2. What are your views about a Bill of Rights?
There are some rights that I hold to be self evident, however
putting them in a Bill of rights is no guarantee that they
would remain. Our constitution was a very good document however
it has been circumvented and over ridden in so many ways that
it barely serves the purpose it was created for. I am sure
our founding fathers are turning in their graves. I support
instead the concept of Citizens Initiated Referenda which
would allow the voters a direct say on issues they felt were
important to the future of Australia. The best thing that
the civil liberty groups could do is pursue the introduction
of CIRRI as it represents the most democratic form of self
3. In what ways would you engage with issues of concern
The same as any other Australian on a case by case basis.
Providing the same opportunities for Aboriginals as for white
children is an absolute priority. This must be done without
any politics getting in the way, so I support the abandonment
of ATSIC which is a bureaucratic black hole. I feel that there
should be some positive discrimination programs however I
cannot go into any detail in this forum.
4. How do you think Government could improve procedures
to asylum seekers?
We should not and must not let any more refugees land in
Australia. We should turn Christmas Island into a detention
centre and make sure that any illegal refugees coming towards
Australian waters are made to turn around and forced back
to the port from where they came. Once they are close, the
fuel on board should be taken so that they have only enough
to return to port. We have a duty to Australian citizens before
all others and if we are seen as a soft touch then we will
have tens of thousand of boat people coming and we will not
be able to cope.
5. What is Australia's role in achieving a balance
between the global
economy, the environment and the social good?
The best thing Australia could do for all these issue is
to be more Nationalistic. While we should participate vigorously
in international debate, we should not sign conventions that
will take Australian sovereignty away. We should introduce
Citizens Initiated Referenda which would give our citizens
a tangible say in the democratic process. Australian citizens
have lost their way, and society is very divided. We must
steer away from multiculturalism and revert back to a concept
of integration. This will go along way to reversing our social
problems. Our environmental problems are huge and are being
ignored particularly by the Greens. We need to tackle salinity
as a matter of priority. Again this forum is not the place
to go into detail however I will say that along as we have
a united and strong nation which encourages a belief in its
people, then we will be able to tackle all issues in a enlightened
manner. ONE NATION is the only party supporting the concept
of Citizens Initiated Referenda.
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