Senate debates

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Motions

Climate Change

4:02 pm

Photo of Malcolm RobertsMalcolm Roberts (Queensland, Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party) Share this | Hansard source

The Labor Party received a thumping from regional Queenslanders at the last federal election. It came as quite the shock to Labor that coal and mining workers were unwilling to sacrifice their jobs and their community to virtue-signalling to the United Nations about climate change. Since the election, Labor powerbrokers have been claiming that they have listened and learnt their lesson from the election. But today we see that Labor are trying to out-green the socialist Greens on pointless climate motions. Labor needs to decide if they would truly support the coal and mining workers by rejecting the claim that CO2 can affect the global climate or follow the socialist Greens down the garden path and play with the carbon dioxide fairies. One Nation is very pleased to see that Labor did, in fact, not learn from their election defeat, as this will only increase our vote at the next election as coal and mining workers put their support behind the only party who puts their jobs and Australia first, One Nation.

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