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One Nation is described by Wikipedia as:
a nationalist, right-wing populist party in Australia. One Nation was founded in 1997, by then-member of parliamentPauline Hanson and her advisors David Ettridge and David Oldfield after Hanson was disendorsed as a federal candidate for the Liberal Party of Australia.
The party has a strongly nationalist and conservative platform. Hanson and other party members have denied claims that the party is racist. Hanson says that “criticism is not racism” about her statements on immigration and race. Hanson has also said that she enjoys the company of other ethnicities and welcomes people to Australia wherever their origin, but does not want other cultures to overly influence Australia
From the article:
A woman believed to be One Nation’s first Asian candidate is not offended by Pauline Hanson’s infamous remark 20 years ago that the country was at risk of “being swamped by Asians“.
- Asian candidate to run for One Nation in Queensland
- Shan Ju Lin believes the Chinese Government has too much influence in Australia
- Lin ran for Katter at 2016 federal election
Shan Ju Lin said she believed she and the party would get the votes of “good Asians” in the Queensland election, slated for 2018, as they too feared the rising influence of the Chinese Government in Australia.
She understood why Ms Hanson made those comments, which included claims that Asians “form ghettos and do not assimilate”.
“For European people it’s very difficult to distinguish Chinese or Korean or Japanese, and I can understand why she said it,” Ms Lin said.
“She sees the problem ahead of everybody, including you and me.
“Everything she said is happening now.”
Ms Lin, a school teacher who moved from Taiwan to Australia 26 years ago, said the Chinese Government, namely the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was exerting too much influence on Australia.