Pauline Hanson has paid tribute to “the everyday men of Australia”, thanking them for “working hard” and blasting feminists, saying they should “be ashamed of themselves”.
In a five-minute speech at the end of the Australian Parliament in December 2019, the One Nation leader addressed an almost empty Senate to “pay homage to the majority of men in Australia”.
“It’s not often that the dedicated and hardworking men of this country collectively get a pat on the back, as they deserve, so I’d like to do that now,” Senator Hanson said.
Something that can have a devastating impact upon a child’s and a parent’s life is worth attention when it happens to one in ten accused parents.
False allegations, whether over a child, over money, or for any other reason, are a serious issue which societies need to sort out.
Sideshow Bob impersonator Mona Eltahawy stole the show on a recent Q&A feminist special episode with her deranged comments.
A man accused of rape might be convicted if their alleged victim stated “sure” to sex but later altered their mind but did not announce it.
Mr Wadeson drew attention to homeless issues earlier this year when it was revealed he had been woken in the middle of the night by council workers and told to move on, despite telling them he needed to park near a toilet while he recovered from intense radiation treatment.