19 Burst results for "Pauline Hanson"
"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Name them Tell me at a specific instance of the fraud all well. I heard it's a lighter shade. Well these people say. I've seen hundreds of cases on social media site nine stream media won't tell you you have to look elsewhere. These sorts of comments that are coming through the like it seriously. Lightning and the the number of people on that sky. News facebook page. Who are totally into this. Nonsense are ustralian should data. I just but i'm scared by it when you say you think it could happen here in my mind i think. Pauline hanson is about the closest that we would have to some one like bolt. Look how well she did. In the st elation. Well exactly terribly she would. I think they won one seat in queensland if it was five percent of the vote my point is we look at the us election and these allegations of fraud guy completely knots and i look at it and hang anybody except this nutty situation. I k- american subjected to a lot of propaganda. I guess i guess if you just tuned into fox news all day you could be brainwashed into thinking it but i just look at these australian commentators and i think you've got no excuse for this like i. Just it frightens me that australians could fool for this so if a similar sort of demagogue timeout and say destroyers elections off then you could get a similar. It'd be surprising. Number of people could agree with mr p. thing is. I don't wanna say now because he's very litigious on okay. Well the yellow man. He's he's cashed up like donald trump has similar very ultra conservative ideas. Doesn't it well if doesn't like taxes doesn't like constraints on business if if a crazy guy got in charge of the liberals and lost an election and climbed election for would lump. Siamese surprise about how many people suddenly great with the idea. Because don't forget you know. Even if it's one percent of people crazy knossos in australia. There's still two hundred thousand people that's a lot of likes on facebook is also. This is exaggerating. What you say so you can have a very noisy minority. That's a tiny fraction. Yeah just because of the size of the population seems like a lot of people right. So i wouldn't be overly concerned that these not legs again take control Because i think they're all relatively small numbers of them I agree on. And i just think skull on us at this point has relatively small rage. But i've got to really rabid following from what i've seen and give them. I've another knees damage do so. Don't let him bury all right so News about a vaccine side. Drug company has announced that early. Trials of a vaccine candidates suggested maybe ninety percent effective at preventing covid nineteen based on ninety four confirmed cases in a study that has enrolled forty three thousand participants across the us at five other countries..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Not going to give you an answer as to who killed The Notorious BIG because we don't know it's kind of going to give you its theories. It's kind of going to give you it's sort of like information as to log Who was involved you heard the main players were in particular? There was a scandal that happened in the nineties in the late nineties with the Rampart Division. So the rampart Rampart was a division within the LAPD and it was a bunch of corrupt police officers who actually robbed banks and killed people and it was actually really bad. Yeah. Well their best show around it took hold the shield. Sorry Michael Chiklis like that was literally based off Rampart. They kind of like tie in like how what like what what ramp had had to do with the death of the meritorious big it's a good movie like, you know, like it is actually a a solid film. It doesn't really have a lot to say though, like, you know, like I'm more interested in the character of Russell Poole wage. Then I am then I am the actual story cuz I think I think this is actually a really good performance by Johnny Depp like, I mean, he's solid dude, like and I iron rush to Johnny Depp's. Hey, you know wage Never paid so he's a good actor. I think his best role is probably Jacksboro. Like I don't think he's the greatest actor of all time. I don't know how he's famous. But I'm just you know, whatever he thought whatever he died a bloody death in nightmares. That's it. Like like, you know, I guess just it's an okay movie. It doesn't give you any answers or anything. It's it's it's fine. I don't know again. I don't know why they're delighted and I don't know why they decided to relate to right now. It's there's nothing very memorable about the way it's shot. Oh the way it's scored. It's more the interplay between Johnny Depp and Black Forest Whitaker that you're kind of they're four and you know, like just whatever theories the movies going to kind of give you as to how the Notorious BIG was murdered. You know, it does. Like I said, it does factor into packs wage kind of like murder as well in Las Vegas, but it's more interested in than Taurus by Jays. It's yeah it it from that angle if you're interested in it. It's an interesting watch and it's it's in our way. It's wrong. Play as terrible as I guess the delays make it seem to be because I remember talking about this trailer a long time ago. We talked about a while ago. I remember what it was but I watched another movie I begin to park cuz it's like a million of them and I remember watching it and then like the next week the trailer for this drop. Yeah. I'm like, oh, I'd love to see that and find you watch that offer exclusive. I'm pretty sure I kind of wrote called unsolved or something. I didn't realize it was like fuck you better than me rocker. But yeah, so it's it's good. They're like check it out. I think maybe maybe kind of wait for it to come to streaming during rush hour to go to the movies running for it's it's fine. It's okay following review. Let's move on ladies and gentlemen get you a g a scamming is hope they're ready because we're going to talk about Borat subsequent movie film. I release movie so much more out the great shame to cut off. But now I was instructed to carry out secret mission off, but they say no it's not made people make recognize my face. I would need disguises this fantastic screw off almost sixteen when I will take this to me yesterday to like American man. Yeah. This is a good run from what are your thoughts on the new Borat doesn't live up to the hype. I mean there wasn't much hype. I mean, like I said earlier when your family found out about this movie a month ago, right? I mean like, you know, it's not wage. I didn't think there's there's like it's it's it's kind of like I've been waiting since 2006 of this movie. I don't think that's kind of like a thing like, you know, it's it's good. It's actually really good. I thought I think wage I think my positives are going to be your negative which is like actually run really curious. No idea what I got some out their thoughts. I'm going to fly. I think I'm Sharon Cohen quite clearly has a political agenda and it's not like that is not a it's not a negative because he's he's kind of put it on Front Street like, you know, like he's he very quietly on social media and press it in press conferences. Like, you know what you're getting yourself into when you're watching Borat and especially this poor at it is using comedy as a way to expose the dark the deep deep deep dark recesses of American culture and it's always been like that really he's always been like that but like a here is kind of like hiding because you know, the movie ends with vote now or you will be execute them. And you know, I think I think that's the kind of gist of it. Right like, you know, like this is this like, you know, we kind of like guessed it, you know considering that Amazon is releasing this just days before wage. Action, so we kind of like had a had a feeling that it was going to be a somewhat incendiary film and it was in San Diego because the day that I came out we heard about the Giuliani thing, you know, that's all it was all over the press. It was all over the years and then I sat down and watched it and that Giuliani thing is wild like decide lace and you know like it is it's just a moment in the film that will make you feel uncomfortable. But I think this movie is intentionally made to feel people uncomfortable. I've read some reviews and you know, there's a like we actually show know, like the guy that we had on for cinemablend, you know, like for like he was talking about on this podcast. He's like I watched the movie my cousin. He's a Critic right? So he's talking about his review and he's like I watch the movie and then like I checked the item day to say what filming locations they were and it was filmed in South Dakota, which is where he is, you know, he's just like he's just like man like this is this made me feel so uncomfortable dog. In the best way possible because it's all unfiltered and true and I'm just like yeah, I guess you know, if I was living in the United States, I would feel uncomfortable as well. If someone were to make a film like this in Australia and exposing the deep dark recesses of Australia and you know, the racial racial issues that we have because we do have them and the I guess the the issues that we have and things like that it would make us feel uncomfortable and I think this is going to have a scene where we take what's the name Pauline Hanson to a very similar situation has exactly so I think this is a solid movie. I think it's I think it's hilarious at points. I think the Mike Pence moment was absolutely wild wage. I will like Mike Pence will forever haunt my dreams because just that Death Stare that he gives like Borat dude like as he is like standing on the podium that is horrifying but dead. I think it's a solid movie and I do want to shout out the actress that plays Borat daughter. I think she was great man, like, you know to to hold your own against Sacha Baron Cohen, but not only that in a movie where people are coming for Bora like people are not coming for the daughter. They're coming for Borat and to kind of like take over mostly take-out concept of like the conversation because she's an actress. She's an amazing actress Maria bakalova is her name. She is emotionally has an emotional call like you know, she is off the way a character is written is really deep and I was not expecting it like this is supposed to be a fucking gross-out comedy and it's just not it's just it didn't totally had no right to be as deep as it did and it just killed it. I just want to point out the like, you know, he came being responsible for Coronavirus was was a truce earn would be hilarious dog. Yeah, and and also, I'm pretty sure that's actually him talking to Tom Hanks. Yeah, granted it in front of like a green screen. But Tom Hanks like did that interview with him off the bat so good. I loved it. But actually I love this movie. I will be watching it again. I watched the original couple of days before as well just to kind of refresh myself. Yeah..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Conversations
"How does that? How does that sit with the story? John Howard was telling me about destroyed identity at the Taiwan on and here comes the paradox. So while Howard is radically diversifying Australia's demography population in his rhetoric. He was breaking ability. Ready to talk about it. And after a century of nation building in the image of water. Strider we really didn't need to talk about it but how he didn't just say we need to ignore it. He said it wasn't even an issue. He's quoted once saying there's no need for the perpetual symposium on Australian identity. Because quite a I know what an Australian es and always will be. He wasn't talking about indigenous. Australians he had this view of Australian identity as it was sort of carved in Stein by San Rocks passed on down to us via Charles Bane and Donald Bradman and that was it the fifties version of Astrid identity. Was it no more change. Sometimes I if you catch him in a weak moment he'll admit he's narrow and that stuff but but that Pasta's pretty quickly and then he'll go back to what he's been noise hang about. It's a pretty much well. I can't speak to whether he has had any personal challenges of of attitude on these issues. But what I can say is that he was very successful in prosecuting effectively. Cultural is on on rice and identity and our across multiple collections. And he kind of scared my politics of talking about it. So we went from this period in the mid nineties of Hawking Katie talking about changing identity quite extensively ably to a period where we've had more than two decades of viewing it. It's a third rail Australian politics at skirting around it not wanting to tackle it head on the the semi he got elected. Pauline Hanson got elected to the federal parliament met her famous speech. Who made the speech where she talked about Australia? Being endangered being swamped by Asians from from talking to a friend of mine about that tons I remember that as being the year where they were abused on public transport spat on. The Times wasn't a good year was was it now. It's certainly one that had a big impact on on. May My family. I two colleagues in parliament. I never forget that. The words for us in Parliament House will soon be in the mouths of bullies in school yards around the country. You know what we do in in politics but we do empowerment house filters down throughout society and Pauline Hanson injected. Something really ugly into that that that discourse in the nineties and it has direct personal impact on tens of thousands of Australians. Interestingly we had relatives Singaporean. Is it safe for agents to walk down the street now Now that some some even had this idea and they had. She was Prime Minister of Australia. And somehow that she was running the country and we also found this in the in India after after Indian students had been attacked was feeling. That's not safer Indian people to be in Australia as well. There seems to be like a real quickness to believe exaggerated like like. You know there's racism here and there's violence here but this readiness in the region to see us in that light. What what do you think of that? Tim What do you make of that. It's interesting aspect to dozens of Asian shrines rotting this book to try and get their their their view on this. And one of the people are speaking to is Timpson upon Assan. Who as Foam Racial Discrimination Commissioner? And he's decided that the thing that would drive him crazy. Joe was people were constantly asking him as a stray arises this country and it's a bit of a nonsensical question in the United States other countries. Going around having that compensation like yes. They're absolutely very varieties of racism in Australia and they really serious issues on the other hand. There are a whole range of areas where we do better questions of rice than other countries do type like everything post out. It's become this sort of culture war about are we or are we not racist but the reality is far more complex follow nuance when the United States to migration amid public opinion polls what I tell us about. How straightens feel about this this intense wave of migration? We've had to Australia. That's it's legit population to Griping increase into change. The the the nature of Australia quite quite substantially while way of always on the verge of putting on the sackcloth sloth on issues of bryce astray attitudes to migration rice are actually really exceptional internationally. Scanlon Foundation on has been looking at social cohesion. The industry for more than a decade The gold standard in social attitudes research in this space and have never found a response from the public on attitudes to multiculturalism some lower than the kind of meat. ID's and this is through all of the the blaster of politics on this issue like Australia's nonplussed. They comfortable with this with multiculturalism awesome by lock it the other staff that I think really stands out. And this is the Hugh Institute Did an international survey on this and they asked people in all kinds ons countries around the world. What is important to being truly from your country? So what does it. What is important to being truly Australian and they asked this in lots of different countries and Australia's? Here's about the lowest response. She can get to the question of is it important to be born here to be truly astray like we like half of the response to the US on that question the US right migrant country. We think it's less important than the Americans thing straight here. Is it racist. I think the the follow question is compared to what I've been in Europe bracingly and Europe doesn't just have pulling Hanson. It's parliament they have people who actually become elected as prime minister all leaders of their country on the basis of of racist policies. That's that's that's just that's just happening in a great many places in Europe right now. So so why. Why do you think NCA- strata has this attitude where we seem according to polling to be less anxious about migration than other countries in the advanced economists? Yeah you're dead right when you when you compare support for extreme racist policies in politics We do a lot better particularly in Europe. You know like the the the kind of Nazi protests in strata getting. I might be one hundred couple hundred. Papal Max like usually the couple dozen in Europe pots. Jimmy these hundred thousand people at these rallies. It's radically different. That Viktor Orban in Hungary and you have another one Turkey and you have the president of the Czech Republic who got himself elect Donovan anti-muslim campaign when they're about fought Muslims living in the Czech Republic. That kind of thing. Yeah and scanlon. Sort of says that look. There are people at a very concerned concerned about migration and multicultural dentistry but it never gets much more than ten percent of the population. I think the problem that we do have in Australia. Is that the institutions of power. Our and our country is extremely unrepresentative. So when these groups flare up They get disproportionate attention because how institutions of power parliament and media aren't able to call them out for being unrepresentative. They know how unrepresentative gets to something called. The bamboo ceiling. How will represented are AH in positions of leadership in this country? Yeah so this is the bad news about the performance of multiculturalism. We're very successful multicultural. Society with monocultural institutions and our institutions are more monocultural than comparative countries like Canada. UK US at the moment depending on how you measure it somewhere between eight and fourteen percent obscenities trying population with Asian heritage which incidentally a lodge minority group in African Americans in the US for example but despite being fitting to forty percent of the community. Is it strange. Represent somewhere between two and three percent of singularity ship positions across at parliament APP. Business Public Service Universities at professions united. Nyman there's this this perpetuation of an idea of what it is to be a representative of Australia. Alita in style. That still stuck in the past that still frankly clearly see someone like me a white man and we've broken down some of that Iran gender. We've we've made progress over time. But it's a new compensation that we nate to have about diversity ethnic diversity and leadership in the ABC. We had Asian Australian woman as an engineer for for short short while had ABC been minute Including Asia Asian. Australians in senior leadership positions were better and worse so so one of the good things that the previous managing directed was actually start counting this and not just counting that in in leadership and canning in on air guests and and voices enabled on the platform all previous aimed very good sign. The matted right that did draw some change but he's decided the obviously is still has a way to go before it is genuinely representative of the population. Generally speaking is a strategy of gaining. Losing appeal is a place for Margaret's. That's a really interesting question. The Immigration Department was set up by Arthur. Cole will in this kind of popular idol parish. Tom So is set up with a nation Asian building function and it was very good at attracting people to come to Australia. And that's possible years. It was very good at building animation by bringing New People to issues unfortunately particularly since had we've lost track of that nation building function of immigration is. Try It's it's become a securitized debate. The focus is on how we keep people out. Not What what people do we want to bring in. What can they contribute to as society of time so it's a really good question about are we competitive as a source of migrants today? So it's a criminal act. Sovereignty indy sovereignty of our borders versus nation building or the two different imperative assessment necessarily against one another. But they they the two different imperatives day. Well I mean so you can look you can trust that through. The challenges of the name of the Immigration Department on the previous slide government called the Department of Immigration and citizenship an inclusive thing building astrid community building the body politic. It changed off Las China government to being the deployment immigration and Border Protection. And now we have these border forces a subset of that so you can can say that kind of inclusion this is excluding top rhetoric there but the reality is. We're going to have to work harder. If we want to attract the kind of migrants we've had of loss twenties because frankly klay the source countries that we attracted as markets from getting wealthier. They getting NAS applies to leave. It's not as obvious. You'd want to move from Singapore to Sydney now. Then it was forty years ago the healthy susceptible why we talk about national identity. Doesn't mirror the reality of national identities we have the strength and now we're having this conversation here now now you're in parliament this. These things should be spoken off. What's it like when you try to have these conversations with your fellow parliamentarians? I mean just putting all the parties aside for one moment I mean you talk to people from within your own body and people beyond it. Is there an appetite to have this conversation. Even to begin with that with a story when I bring being classes for my electric school kids took to palm in house. It's like my favorite pilot open. Get to show off the thing that I'm most passionate about like out democracy and I come here and see the way democracy works I get these kids from footscray and Sunshine and point. Cool people they places in Melbourne's West and before I speak to them I walked past a wall of the fight. I of all of our parliamentarians asylum have looked at the photos on the why along. Study them you know she guy pasta and I'm going to test you on and off. They will passed. I say to them those walls on the face on the walls do they look like our community even a five year old. Even Price Kid can understand. That parliament doesn't doesn't reflect at community. It doesn't look like at community so whether or not our political latest WanNa talk about it. It's an immutable truth. It's a fundamental reality if we want to reach. HFS potential as.
Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?
"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"So all to play for here in a growing industry and lots of money here going into beyond meat. So fascinating to see what happens is because see miss taught to look elsewhere for more plant based diets cassette about health animal, welfare, the environment all of us and how that plays out. From the business side. Well, a good news there for those looking for alternatives to major, but I have to say lunchtime here in London, certainly not making me hungry. Sebastian Sebastian Selleck there from Bloomberg. You're listening to the briefing. Here's what else working an eye on today. Venezuela's opposition leader Guido has called for nationwide strikes to force President Nicolas Maduro from power mister wino- says that work stoppages would lead to a general strike. US officials say they have not ruled out military action to resolve the country's political crisis. Florida's house of representatives has passed a Bill allowing teachers to carry guns in the classroom. This expands a program that was launched after the deadly high school shooting in parkland the legislature approved the Bill by sixty five votes to forty seven. And finally it's been revealed that Thailand's new king has married one of his tongue bodyguards and giving her the title of Queen. This comes ahead of the sixty six year olds elaborate coronation ceremony at the weekend footage from the wedding ceremony has been showed on TV channels across Thailand, this is the briefing. No monocle twenty four as regular listeners will know that stralia as far right? One nation party is rarely out of the headlines. But as Andrew Miller explains we shouldn't feel sorry for them. However, far from astray Lear, you may be and however little attention. You are paying to the federal election campaign through which the country is putting itself it is nicer than that sometime before polls open on me. Eighteenth your consciousness will be clouded by the name of the one nation party. Into my home. Then I should have the right to have say in my country. This may indeed already have happened. The characteristically ridiculous interview given this week to stray and television by one nations, founder and leader Senator Pauline Hanson possessed much of the stuff of which global viral sensations are made scandal fast tears, and the always happening spectacle of those who make their living trading in sanctimonious rage getting their own tone in the pillory. Months? No have no. Until two people. Don't. The central issue of this particular brouhaha was the release of footage, which showed a one nation. Senate candidate Steve Dixon patronizing a strip club in Washington DC and while so doing making a variety of misogynist and racist remarks. Mr. Dixon has now resigned an issue. The does not reflect the person I am apology customary on occasions on which a public figure has done or said something reflecting on the person they when I finish work, and I'll help you never drink when you finish work. But we all I'm gonna put my hand on my heart. I have run as a young man not being strict clubbed. I've I've done a whole lot of things. Most young men have done in this country. This was very far from the first scandal surrounding me personal conduct of someone associated with one nation, and any bookmaker would be delighted to take your bit on it being the lust for as long as the party has existed. One nation has been a powerful magnet for crackpots. Ding, bats and Yahoos. But and he is the important and somewhat terrifying. Part exist run nation still does after more than two decades of contributing nothing to ustralia public discourse. But division paranoia and stupidity. You come to country live under constitution in the room at Lauren if you wanna have four or five. Do you want to mutilate children? And if you want to treat women with right disrespect, this many countries you can live in. But none of them are a straw poll suggests that perhaps five percent over plan to vote for one nation, which is about what they got last time out in two thousand sixteen enough for four Senate seats, although in keeping with one nation tradition. This was reduced to their present to by infighting and incompetence gloriously given one nations hostile to immigration one..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"You just said was from a number of different MP's, not not specifically just a steep Dixon. One of them. Jeremy hunt is phobic rant and comments on a conservative blog. Another liberal candidate had a plot to bring down MP for being openly gay, and there was a labour candidate who shed anti semitic videos on Facebook claiming that Jewish people can shape shift into giant lizards. We're talking like I said across the political spectrum for right to left. These men have been caught out with incredibly inappropriate behavior. And I think people in in the days of social media. You just can't get away with anymore. And so people can go through in the conservative blogs. Find these courts comments expose people in. Then they have to quit, which is only a good thing. It does might you earn to where they whether they get the the politicians for one of them is lady called Pauline Hanson. Who is she she's been crying on television. She's got quite amazing hair, and even more magnificently terrifying. I browse, but what is her involvement in all this? Transcend is the leader of the party. I just mentioned one nation, which is the right wing anti migration party here. She has really bought the buck of the fallout from the al-jazeera report again, which I just mentioned when. Candidates traveled to the states to ask for money from the National Rifle Association, and obviously then having this other candidate one nation candidate to quit off to be found the racist comments in a strip club too. So she went on a TV program called a current affair here and burst into tears as you said. She does have amazing slightly terrifying. Redhead and she said I Cup all this shit all the time, and I'm sick of it. Absolutely. Sick of it. And quote, I have worked with this for twenty three years kicked in the guts time..
Explainer 163: What is the One Nation party, and why wont it go away?
"However, far from a stray Lear, you may be and however little attention. You are paying to the federal election campaign through which the country is putting itself it is nicer than that sometime before polls open on me. Eighteenth your consciousness will be clouded by the name of the one nation party. And if I've been invited to I want into my home, then I should have the right to have say in my country. This may indeed already have happened the characteristically ridiculous interview given this week to a stray in television by one nations, founder and leader Senator Pauline Hanson possessed much of the stuff of which global viral sensations are made scandal fast tears, and the always happening spectacle of those who make their living trading in sanctimonious rage getting their own tone in the pillory. Keep going up. No have no. Until two people. Don't. The central issue of this particular brouhaha was the release of footage, which showed a one nation. Senate candidate Steve Dixon patronizing a strip club in Washington DC and while so doing making a variety of misogynist and racist remarks. Mr. Dixon has now resigned an issue. The does not reflect the person I am apology customary on occasions on which a public figure has done or said something reflecting on the person the when I finish work, and I'll help you never drink when you finish work, but we all do. I'm gonna put my hand on my heart. Have run as a young man being to strip clubs. I've done a whole lot of things. Most young men have done in this country. This was very far from the first scandal surrounding personal conduct of someone associated with one nation, and any bookmaker would be delighted to take your bit on it being the lust for as long as the party has existed. One nation has been a powerful magnet for crackpots. Ding, bats and Yahoos. But and he is the important and somewhat terrifying. Part exist run nation still does after more than two decades of contributing nothing to ustralia public discourse. But division paranoia and stupidity. You come to country you live under constitution in the Lauren. If you wanna have four or five. Do you wanna mutilated children? And if you want to treat women with right disrespect, this many countries you can live in. But none of them cold Estrada poll suggests that perhaps five percent Australia plan to vote for one nation, which is about what they got last time out in two thousand sixteen enough for four Senate seats, although in keeping with one nation tradition. This was reduced to their present to by infighting and incompetence gloriously given one nations hostelry to immigration one. Senator Malcolm Roberts had to resign upon discovering that he was a foreign citizen. His replacement Fraser ending who preferred to sit as an independent earned a richly merited measure of global infamy earlier this year by blaming the Christchurch mosque massacre on its victims. This is my land and RBIs going here. I don't know of any other place. As much as now, just because you're an average will is a week excuse. One nation founder emerged onto a straight national political landscape in nineteen ninety six when a stray is liberal party, which is a strenuous conservative party chose her as a candidate for the Queensland seat of Oxley the liberals then un-chinese her when she wrote a letter to a newspaper suggesting legislative efforts to make amends to a stray Leah's indigenous people had gone too far Hansen won the seat anyway as an independent and launched one nation shortly afterwards in her maiden speech to parliament, she reiterated her fact defying proposition that indigenous Australians were getting an easy ride and further fretted at the prospect of a strenuous. Hansen has moved on since then via picturesque political and personal upheavals, including a prison term for a fraud conviction to quashed, plus the inevitable appearances on reality television. And at one point falling out with the party. She'd founded more recently, she has been burgling about a string beans, Muslims and illustrated her terror of this prospect by wearing a burqa into the Senate chamber atypically pure oil stunt for which she was fiercely denounced by stray Leah's, then attorney General George Brandis enter ridicule that community to drive corner to its religious Gavin's is an appalling thing to do. And I would ask you. Looking back own the wretched one nation story tonight. It's possible to see him as pioneers in as much as someone has to have bad ideas. I the populist convulsions which have beset the United States and Europe in this century. Have looked dismally familiar to straightens accustomed to one nation's feral nostalgia at visting xenophobia and in persecution complex, obviously for the two hundred nineteenth time they were on. There is another Moroccan scum makes the streets unsafe. Video can comb what Nina goes control of our borders and put in place a positive immigration policy. I'm by main we won't Australian style point system. It would be wrong to describe one nation as a failure at least on the tones. They have regrettably attracted disproportionate attention from the media too easily seduced by the shabby thrilled with being seen to poke a bear with a stick. And because of this have too often succeeded in dragging mainstream conservatives towards this warm, but one nation remain fundamentally marginal proposition for two reasons which should be absorbed as lessons by other countries. The first is a stray Leah's compulsory vote. A powerful insulation against extremist entry is this second is that institutional and or ideological idiocy has a way of canceling itself out eventually. Twenty four. I'm andrew.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"pauline hanson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In the video Jesse is laughing and playing with her mom. Then she explains that last year her mom got sick. She was diagnosed with cancer, and she died a few weeks later in the video their moms. Twin sister is acting in her place and Pepito me. It was their mom. You ask them to make the video before she died love YouTube like she was the biggest fan. It has six million views so far which is good news for Jesse because YouTube is a brutal popularity contest. When her mom died. She took a break from the channel. And since then she's been struggling to get views. But it seems like a strange way for two young people to grieve Bobby his already seen the danger of this kind of over sharing. It's not necessarily good to get ten thousand comments on every piece of anything you ever put out like you don't need that. That report from Stephanie Hegarty at least five million people are expected to flock to the streets of Manila to witness, the most popular religious event in the Philippines. The possession of the black. Nasa Rini is a long procession of a seventeenth century statue of Jesus from Corinna grandstand to its home in Capito church. Filipino catholics. Consider the image of Jesus to have miraculous powers. Let's cross to the BBC's Howard Johnson. Who? On what isn't the best phone line in the world live from the capital Manila? How is tell us more about this event? It's huge. Yeah. Absolutely massive event as you say around five people starting out the streets to watch the procession start you actually called in Mexico, the sixty century that made its way over to the Philippines. What how in the Catholic church each year procession take place between the grandstand on the Trach normally takes around twenty four hours to wind its way along these tiny pike street, people chart Viva black the Rena I taught by today's people wearing traditional yellow. Which company this event people believe that if they can touch this statue of quite bring prosperity to that Bobby people holding call they white across the statue, you climb on top of people entirely pack street to to get a a fight just the statue fleeting moment. And that's enough for them to make sure that the year had added family will be looks off things go well in allies, and briefly how five million people this bodes, well, I guess for religious leaders in the Philippines. Yeah. This is a deeply religious country. Ninety two percent of the population is Christian eighty one percent of those members of the Catholic church. Let's forget this is a country where it's still illegal to default. I also abortion is legal. The how people debate about whether this event has fanaticism because of the same weekly clambering off sort of playfully fighting with each other to get a touch the statue. But the archbishop cardinal tackle came forward today that this is not this is just a devotion that comes from about. How Johnson in the Philippines? Thank you. An anti immigration MP in Australia is turning her attention away from Muslims and migrants, and is urging the government to pay people to kill came toads, one nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson has written to the prime minister Scott Morrison. Asking him to fund a three month summer. Towed busting pray Graham ecologists, however, say it's a terrible idea that won't work because the despised amphibians breed prolifically from Sydney film, Mercer reports. Pauline Hanson has called for Muslim immigration into Australia to be banned. But now sights set on cane toads, she wants the government to pay the public seven cents for each of these watc- invaders they catch and kill. They could be as many as two hundred million cane toads in Australia. That one of the country's most destructive pests introduced from Hawaii in nineteen thirty five in a disastrous experiments to control Beatles that were eating sugar cane all efforts to stop this spread her failed. That report from Phil Mercer in Sydney. Scientists studying the power of various creatures have found that the tyrannosaurus Rex had nowhere near as powerful a bite. Isn't bird from the Galapagos islands? The researchers used supercomputers to analyze the bites of four hundred thirty four living and dead species, including birds mammals and reptiles and found a Finch has the strongest of all his Terry Eger. So the burden question is the Galapagos large ground Finch. Now, it's fifteen centimeters long weighs thirty three grams, but measure for measure its bite is three hundred twenty times more powerful than that of the Toronto source wrecks, which weighed eight thousand kilograms so while we have this iconic image of the T Rex killing its prey crushing bones. It's only because it was it self so big that it had such a powerful bite. Now research also suggests that our own relatively puny bite is due to human intelligence, evolving, large brain has taken up head space that would otherwise have been filled with. Fight muscles. And of course, once we learned to cook these were even less important because of is easier to swallow so either way by twice not only us, but the tyrannosaurus Rex would stood no chance against the Galapagos Finch and his bark is worse than his bite. That's the newsroom's Terry Egan. The main news US President Donald Trump has demanded funding for his long promised US, Mexico border wall to hold what he called a growing humanitarian and security crisis. You've been listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service in London..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"So one nation isn't in a very strong position. This might change that. Them as toll king about issues that are important to people immigration being the centerpiece event. Hot right has been resurgent in many countries in recent years and wall will nations been a fixture for some time in Australia and Pauline Hanson's been a fixture in Australian politics, or some time is there any reason to believe that if there is a wave of increased support for parties of the heart right in other countries that Australia would be immune from that. Well, other countries such as Brazil as we've seen, and I'd obviously some of some of Trump's policies in the states. I mean, I don't think anyone is entirely immune to it. I not one nation is not mainstream by any means at the moment. So it seems unlikely that within the next six months as you said the national election must be called by two thousand nineteen. It's unlikely that there'll be a massive swing the far-right by that point stadiums tend to be quite motor it. Politically as a people. So I very much doubt. It that said as I said before immigration is a centerpiece of one nation and people in in the big city say off very frustrated what they see is up and congestion sewing house prices, and it's worth remembering the seventy percent of hundred eighty six thousand migrants he settled today last year all moved to Sydney old Melvin. So these these two cities in particular, some people have gaining straighted at what they see as a lack of space. Traditionally read me, suburban culture, gross. Thank you very much for joining us live from Sydney, you're listening to monocle twenty four..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Now, former leader of Australia's may not position party is switching sides me. Switching size of the country's most prominent right wing, indeed hard ripe movement. Mark Maytham looked on course to become a straight is prime minister fifteen years ago, though, instead he led labor to defeat. Now. He's joining the one nation party is some of what he had to say explaining that. During an interview with Australia's today program. The number one issue in Sydney is either population either development, the CD becoming unlivable in dysfunctional and at federal level playboy who got to change the site like invite one nation to send a message to cut the immigration rights with one hundred thousand extra plea coming into Sydney, and it's tight level bene- planning to make sure we darned have either development that we have an indoor role. Sprawl rows of apartment towers, clogging up city. That's not the Sydney Australia. Why? Federal and state elections coming up in the next six months is a good alternative to the major parties that have lost control of Sydney's Letham. Speaking Australian television, well, Monaco correspondent in Sydney's Clarisa survive Montefiore, she's on the line now. Montlake is a man who has we say nearly became prime minister then from left wing policy joins the far. Right. That's quite a big shift. It's definitely a big shift as you said he was defeated in the two thousand and full election. And then he stood for the labour party, which is left center left. So he's gone from the mole left-wing party to the to the to the fall foul rights. Yes. He's planning to run this for the state governments in east, South Wales. He is exactly. And to do that. He'll be New South Wales. Branch leader Pauline Hanson's, one nation party one nation is well known here for perhaps you might call it listen questionable values around race. And on it's in its very route politics what we heard in that on one won't television into another entity that he gave to the he said that. Discrimination of any kind is bad which suggests that he may not have done a great deal of research about the party his joined, yes. Yes. Well, Pauline Hanson, she famously wore burqa to you the Senate in in two thousand seventeen to sort of to make a point on. It was really a massive publicity stunt that went down like a lead Blaine. And then more recently, she a a n. The Senate which was quite cold. It's okay to be white. She ranted against anti racism and said that you know, she had to quote acknowledge the deplorable rise of anti white racists attacks on western civilization. And that it is okay. To be white that got Perez pare back very very close to to going through the Senate. But it also caused absolute outrage in Australia, where racism is still considered a problem here in montlake house being sacked as a host on Sky News. He's been filed as a newspaper columnist you could interpret this as a loss throw of the dice by figure who's very much amount of the past. Yes. It does seem like it's definitely a move that. We'll get him back in the headlines, however, briefly that is and will make a splash, which I'm sure he definitely is aware. All I mean, news dot com dot AU, which is a new site. Here said the headline which I think ready sums it up. The question on everyone's lips. How long are the alliance polling Hanson actually lost? So I'm not sure that people think wouldn't necessarily be a long term alliance. What it does do is a track to tension for one nation. Get them headlines. Get them talked about there is a general election in Australia in the next six months as widespread assumption that Labor's going to do well in that election could this make that task of bit harder for them. I think so mean, it's definitely a burst for right wing politics. Not much told Australian channel nine television. That labor and the coalition have got the same policies, it's important to give people the choice. So that's the I did send two left in the center right is offering the same thing. Sorry, obviously of one nation failed recently at the ballot box not thousand and seventeen. Western Australian state election in Queensland, which is pulling Hanson's high state used to being popular than it is now. And of course, she she enjoyed the balance of power in the upper house and the Senate in two thousand sixteen but that the party then split with the resignation of several several of numbers..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"You are back with Meduri house with me. Andrea Melissa with Kathleen book and Sebastian borger. Now, especially if you live outside a strategy, you've probably never heard of Blair cultural and wherever you live, there's no reason why you should have Mr.. Cultural is one of those deeply tedious people who has realized that these spouting of extreme and or obnoxious opinions is something of a growth industry. Amid a media landscape populated by entities, desperate for the viewers and readers attracted by controversy. However, in or bogus. Happily, Mr.. Cultural also appears to have found the limits of this indulgence, at least in Australia. The local franchise Sky News has experienced a ferocious backlash after putting Mr. cultural on its air advertisers have deserted. And now the state of Victoria is to pull sky from screens in its train stations, Sebastian. Is there any reason at all? Not to be pleased by the backlash currently being experienced by scorn us and and and Blair cultural alert list may have. Have discerned my own views on the subject from that introduction. I mean, I've never listened to what he said. I've never read, but I'm in the descriptions are quiet horrendous, particularly from German perspective, someone who who is very keen on Hitler and has actually advised the Australian government to put a picture of Hitler into every school. I cannot stress enough that this is regarded as a somewhat fringy position in the strike. I have. I have family in Australia. So you don't. You don't need to stand up for your home country Andrew at, I'm well aware that m no interest. I mean, there were I I haven't. I think the within Skynews there was Australia. There was controversy because this is a particular show which apparently in in fairness, a couple of sky's own presenters were quite voluble in the on the happiness about this. Exactly. So so so then the backlash, first of all was within the company. And then of course, very quickly in the political sphere. And I think it's it's partly wrapped up in the election campaign in Victoria of coming up Victoria state elections in the in. Well, our autumn here, of course, their spring where where the the whole question of immigration and and race relations is is in the mix. And so maybe some politicians reacted particularly strongly because of that. Kathleen, why we're seeing the familiar response from people like Mr. cultural and his defense in a situation like this now warning that the the, the being censored, their freedom of speech is being oppressed to these people. Do you think actually not understand how freedom of speech works. We'll just pretend not to because the freedom of speech is not being infringed at all. It's just, you know, if a particular platform or meteorite let says you can't come and say it in here. They haven't. Actually, they haven't actually censured you as such or abrogated your freedom of speech have not even the back in the net where you were before and say whatever you want to say, right. You can stand in the street and shelter. The traffic indeed in sky doesn't has the freedom not to pay them to come on on their programs. I mean, that's just a, it's it's a silly response, but naturally, that sort of thing is a cry that one often gets it is. It is indeed that Sebastian is, is this as much a thing in Germany. The I mean, we see this is not a purely at all straighten phenomenon. We we have obvious examples of it here in the United Kingdom and the United States. They elected one president people who make their entire living just by saying stupid ridiculous outrageous things to attract attention to. Well, of course, we, we have recently seen in in a lot of countries Australia with Pauline Hanson. Germany. We see AFDC is not fedora people with very obnoxious views being elected that now that then presents you with a problem because they have an number of votes behind them. So to some extent, particularly the the sort of the public broadcasters have to give them some airtime. Whereas I, as far as I understand Mr. cultural is not particularly..
"pauline hanson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Dillon wow themes are killing it this week that was todd fro now our this one came via email from zack finale he writes you missed a trick in this episode failing to mention that when rodney was singing great balls of fire he is senior song made famous by jerry lewis a man who when he was twenty two years old married his thirteen year old cousin and then had babies with her while zack i dunno velez an inside joke guy i would i would hamper a guess that that was uneven unintentional reference at all i appreciate that you your dhruv aligns their but i don't think that this movie was about rodney dangerfield trying to have sex with underage kids i don't think that was a part of this film at all but i do appreciate where your mind went did kind of is right and also totally wrong okay the second one comes from awry who asks a simple question the fancy meal the jonathan brandis fantasizes about is chew pauline hanson burgers to plant amber guards did broadly take home all the other food a yeah that was so bizarre like kids don't fantasise about like like we no one's ever fantasised about a plane hamburg i don't think unless you've maybe done the brain doesn't have like a a full palette it would be like fantasizing about pasta and butter who forgets fine it's filling i look when i was in college i lived off of the mcdonald's hamburger it was so good was cheap sometimes it even upgrading of the cheeseburger to cheeseburgers for two bucks it was amazing how my still alive i don't know after i supersize me a stop that.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Get more people what you do is get the right people moms of the audio examining i come from iran alial samlee is just the sort of migrant this country needs the former teacher from southern iraq fred the regime of saddam hussein guman in brazil's due to growth company duma for us a shadow would travel agent us salafi is good for you in australia gored with her the farright one nation party won four seats in australia's upper house of parliament that last year's election and is an influential political force its leader pauline hanson doesn't just want to reduce immigration she wants to stop it altogether as he writes have become packing arts schools burstingattheseams i call for a halt to further immigration in many ways australia behaves like a big company actively recruiting those workers it needs overseas while rejecting many others it's an approach that appears to have the support of the bulk of the population which has enjoyed a quarter of a century of uninterrupted economic growth that's phil mercer in australia finally the average american c l makes roughly eleven million dollars way more than you and me but one ceo in the uk paid self twenty five times more last year selfmade gambling bus denise koets them bet three six five paid herself to hundred and eighty three million dollars her company made profits from a record sixty one billion in betts her pay comes under fire those regulator warns that two million people in the uk are the problem gamblers or at risk of addiction now you can download our vice free podcast wherever you get yours in london i'm annoyed on and with the marketplace morning report coming to live from the bbc world service in london.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"She started out as a kid bluegrass musician in a duel with her father her two thousand fifteen album called wake featured songs at the intersection of folk country and rock the music on her new album champion tends to be a bit louder less acoustic more electric i guess it falls under the catchall term americana but i think the songs are nerve year thornier than most the americano i forced myself the listen to champion is a more concerted collaboration with her band the party line part of that increase in collaboration may have to do with the fact that between her previous album in this new one she married the bans guitarist a development of figures in some of the best songs he and dole soon seeds game legend tan beans law and pauline hanson cardinal paying jobs now dan staff all season among other the things things champion is one of the most beautiful albums about the joys of marriage or longterm commitment that i've heard in a long time the song each season for example ticks off a succession of small pleasures to be experienced as a couple of grows older together and another tune called let's get the day started right is about well let me put it this way it's better than the star land vocal bands afternoon delight as a song about a time specific conjugal assignation let's get that day starting uh textile bags law next meets an.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast
"I actually i always funny these we'd with people who i i i polar opposite views on his stuff went down this like pauline hanson we talked to people for him like religious people in preseason stuff like that it's like in the end if he can actually so to get along with these people like fights defy sees the topic guy can have a be with the eu's nice enough failure it my views are completely different from his views um but he there was another senator incentives that the right would i'm saying forget it yeah they're states is representative state representative could bear fruit komodo and band was early thirties you bury like so young for politics um state senator and bob crossed bob cross the floor of the senate after she spoke out against trump employee of face and say act like a fucking republican now that's a it's a high sentenced to say on tv yes yet she had spoken out about trump that was spike and against trump she believe dr went like i think she would have she she was a republican she would've steiner republican if trump didn't get voted in she was all full the republicans but then as soon as trump greene she's like this isn't a leader that i wanted you know i think even if they had ted cruz led mocked r rubio or something like that she would have been fine but the problem is that trump she wasn't on board with trump but she wouldn't estate a republican and makes you might as their republican anyways just but i think they kind of forster out the right is that the hunan on and she she yeah will.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"But by work cooperatively with the muslim community enter ridicule that community to both its religious gobert's is upholding thing to do and i would ask you to reflect that was george brand is the australian attorneygeneral responding to right wing senator pauline hanson's decision to wear a burqa today in the senate chamber he wants to see fewer grizzly bear heads mounted above fireplaces and if a new ban on grizzly bear trophy hunting is any indication doug knees loss might just get what he wants mr needs losses the elected chief for clem to nbc's great bear rainforest and a member of the coastal first nations under the ndp government's new policy which comes into effect later this fall grizzly bear hunting will no longer be permitted in the great bearing forest and the rest of the province hunting grizzly bear for meat will be permitted but no trophy hunting early this week we spoke to the head of the province's guide outfitters association who strongly opposed the ban for the opposite view we've reached doug niece loss in vancouver doug niece las hello oh like what impact you think this ban on grizzly bear trophy hunting is gonna have i guess specifically on the grape are rainforest first of all well were extremely o excited about porter or culturally rich richeter youngest out you're stuck he over unusual hunter fishing were to utilize anything and the exact opposite people from overseas come off shoot use bears chop off we have to refer you to bear their to off it off the violation of cultural how often do you see that.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Australian senator pauline hanson does not like the burqa not that she wears one usually but today the leader of the rightwing one nation party showed up to the senate chamber dressed from head to toe in the black garment she then proceeded to dramatically pull it off proclaiming that the burqa should be banned quote in light of what is happening with national security unquote australian attorney general george brandis had something disabled that and it seems he made dislike ms hanson's choice of clothing even more than cheetah's said a handsome no we will not be born in the third now set at a handsome i am not going to pretend to ignore the stumped that you have tried to pull today by arriving in the chamber dressed in a book when we all know that eu you are not an adherent of the islamic faith and i want caution u and council you senator henson with respect to be very very careful all the face you might do to the religious sensibilities of other astray hata about half a million australians in this country of the islamic faith now senator hanson for the last four years i have had responsibility preeminently among the ministers subject to the prime minister for national security policy at i can tell you said at a handsome but it has been the advice of age directorgeneral of security and each commissioner of the australian federal police that that is vital.
"pauline hanson" Discussed on Risky Business
"The bigger picture like the puppet masters who actually controlling things and that islam would never be a problem is not for the puppetmaster that legality generously him by you could sour while he's talking about the marxist so he's talking about globalization and if you're gonna be a bit more cynical you side well he's talking about jews and yet but the about the point thing he's yeah it's not like he came into existence because it was shitty with hollow certification by paifang on this trying for a while and in fact round the interesting thing this isn't in the book but i watched he's very first speech at the first reclaim rally and he's like brother refrain is like wheeling in the speaker on a little pushy thing and then he can't even he stumbles over the word islamophobes like that's how so the unfamiliar he walton who is the help with islam lagging the stumbling ivo a over woods getting pronounce on thursday basically a nazi who jumped on the antiislam bandwagon because it was suitable to his mediumterm agenda which is an it does it does really come through in the book but also what comes from in the book is that to a degree the sort of ballooning rightwing patriots movements are called patriots movement and that's what the book is largely concerned with its played a bit of a bubble our i mean a now that sort of folded up pauline hanson whose of far rightwing australian politician she's scraped up a few senate seats and they sort of saying let's get behind her and the more or less packed the tents and runoff.