Pauline Hanson: “People’s rights to their freedoms have been denied by the Government”

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Pauline Hanson launches an anti-vax rant claiming ‘the people are being controlled’ with jab mandates – as she blasts ‘totalitarian’ premier Annastacia Palaszczuk over border rules

  • Pauline Hanson has launched a stinging attack on Annastacia Palaszczuk 
  • She branded her ‘totalitarian’ over border rules and vaccination requirements
  • Senator Hanson has refused to get vaccinated so would be made to quarantine 

Pauline Hanson has launched a stinging attack on Annastacia Palaszczuk, branding her ‘totalitarian’ over her border rules and vaccination requirements.

On Monday the Queensland Premier announced fully-vaccinated arrivals from Covid hotspots will be allowed to home quarantine from November 19 and enter without any quarantine from December 17.

But the unvaccinated will still have to meet entry requirements and do an undisclosed period of quarantine.

Pauline Hanson has launched a stinging attack on Annastacia Palaszczuk, branding her ‘totalitarian’ over her border rules and vaccination requirements

The One Nation leader, who has refused to take a Covid-19 vaccine, accused the State Government of taking away freedom and wanting to ‘control’ people.

‘People talk about freedom – ”we’re going to give you your freedom”. Well it wasn’t yours to give away, it’s control of the people,’ she told Canberra radio 2CC

Senator Hanson referred to reports earlier this month that an undisclosed number of Queensland Police officers had left the force because they refuse to get vaccinated.

‘Three hundred police have walked away, we’ve got more in the nursing profession who will not have this vaccination,’ she said. 

People’s rights to their freedoms have actually been denied by the Government, the politicians who are controlling people.’

On Monday the Queensland Premier (pictured) announced fully vaccinated arrivals from Covid hotspots will be allowed to home quarantine from November 19 and enter without any quarantine from December 17

The 67-year-old, who has declined to turn up to Parliament in Canberra this month, said she doesn’t want to leave Queensland as long as quarantine is enforced.

‘Besides, no thanks I’ve said it before, going into lockdown for two weeks – it’s not happening,’ she said.

Even after the border rules relax, Senator Hanson said she would be nervous that they may change at any time.

‘I wouldn’t trust the totalitarian government we have up here who just changes at her will whatever she wants to do to the people of Queensland,’ she said, referring to Premier Palaszczuk.  

Queenslanders met with family at the NSW border on Father's Day due to the border closure

 

Queenslanders met with family at the NSW border on Father’s Day due to the border closure

The Premier said she set the reopening dates to coincide with Queensland reaching 70 per cent and 80 per cent vaccination targets.

‘That’s good news for families to be reunited for Christmas,’ she said.

Ms Palaszczuk said those dates would be brought forward if the rates were hit sooner. 

The major decision follows calls for the state to announce a roadmap out of Covid to lift its lagging vaccination rates, with the government even opening jab clinics at Bunnings warehouses.  

‘The faster we are vaccinated, the faster these deadlines will be achieved,’ Ms Palsazczuk said. 

‘I am urging Queenslanders, this is your last opportunity. This is your last chance to get vaccinated.’   

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