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Lambie explains why Sharia Law is an anti – democratic cancer that doesn’t belong in a free society standard

Independent Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has followed up her fiery clash with a Sharia law Supporter on ABC’s Q&A with the release of a YouTube interview which explains why Sharia Law is an anti – democratic cancer that doesn’t belong in a free society. (Click Below to View Senator’s Statement on YouTube.) “Like most Australians I’m not an expert in Sharia law – but I’m going to make 6 quick obvious points. Sharia Law is: 1) Not Australian Law 2) Support for Sharia is an obvious sign of radicalisation and Terrorists are fighting to the death to force it on the rest of the world. 3) Sharia Law is Anti-democratic (show me a successful democracy in the Middle East..) ...

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Prohibition of Full Face Coverings in Public Places Bill 2017 standard

Independent Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has tabled in Parliament yesterday, a Private Members Bill which will make it an offence to wear full face coverings in a public place under Commonwealth jurisdiction, as well as making it offence to force another person or child to wear a full face covering – unless otherwise authorised or excused by law. Senator Lambie’s Bill links the prohibition of full face coverings to the National Terrorism Threat Level. The ban will be automatically activated when the terrorism threat level reaches the 3rd highest alert rating of ‘Probable’, and remains in place for “Expected” and “Certain” ratings. Currently Australia’s official 5 step terror alert level is set by the Government at “Probable”. “While the ...

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Happy the PM has copied my energy policies 2 years and 5 months later: Lambie standard

Independent Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has welcomed parts of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s National Press Club speech, where he predicted that electricity prices and energy security will be the defining political issues in the year ahead – two years and five months after Senator Lambie made her first Senate speech indicating that energy security and prices should influence all Australian political decision making. “On Wednesday 3rd of September 2014, I told the Senate in my First Speech that regarding energy and power: In this place as a Senator I will do my best to vote in and protect Tasmania’s and Australia’s best interests. In order to help determine what is in my state’s and nation’s best interests, I will ...

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Australian Spy Agency’s figures support Trump Immigration Ban standard

Click below to view ASIO answers to Senator Lambie’s questions Independent Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has called on Australia’s Attorney General and Minister responsible for Australia’s Domestic Spy Agency (ASIO) to detail how many people on our official terror watch list are not Islamic. “Last year the head of our domestic spy agency reluctantly told me, that the majority of the 190 Australian terrorist supporters on their official watch-list were Islamic. In fact, I have a strong suspicion that they are all Islamic – and it’s now up to the Attorney General to prove me wrong,” said Senator Lambie. The Government must stop the cover-up and political correctness – and release full details on our official terror watch list. ...

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3 Lambie Senate investigations into Defence and Vet. affairs still open for submissions standard

Independent JLN Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has called for Australian Defence Force Personnel, Veterans and their Families to continue to make submissions to 3 special Senate Committees. “To some Australians, because of a lack of mainstream media attention, it may come as a surprise that the Senate established 3 separate investigations into important Defence and Veterans Affairs matters.  I urge all people affected by these matters to make a submission.” said Senator Lambie. 1 Suicide by veterans and ex-service personnel On 1 September 2016 the Senate referred the following matter to the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee for inquiry and report by 30 March 2017 2 Operation of the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) resistance to interrogation (RTI) training On ...

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S&P Questions during Senate Estimates Committee Hearings standard

Thursday 20 October 2016 Source : Senate Hansard, Economics Legislation Committee Participants:  Senator Lambie & Mr Wayne Byres – Chairman of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). Senator LAMBIE: In his effort to repair the budget, the Treasurer warned us about the risk to Australia’s AAA credit rating. I think this morning he talked about visiting the ratings agency S&P—or Standard & Poor’s. Do you know if that is correct? Mr Byres: I know it is correct that he talked about it, and I understand that, when he was in New York, he did so, but I was not there for the discussion, so I cannot confirm that. Senator LAMBIE: From your perspective, do you trust the rating assessments of ...

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Senate supports Lambie’s call for Army to produce tens of thousands of hrs of official videos, likely to show naked soldiers being abused and sexually denigrated standard

Independent JLN Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie won the support of the Senate this week when her motion (see RTI notice of motion) calling for a production of documents by the Defence Minister passed unopposed. “I was first alerted to the fact that something was very wrong with the training of our Special Force soldiers and others – by SAS whistle-blower Trooper Evan Donaldson. Evan reported to me that the Australian Army for decades have electronically recorded a Resistance to Interrogation (RTI) course where thousands of soldiers have been brutally assaulted, bound, hooded, stripped naked, abused and sexually denigrated.” said Senator Lambie. “So I asked some questions on notice from the Chief of Army – who confirmed in writing the ...

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Fair Work (Registered Organisations) standard

This is the third time I have risen to briefly contribute to the debate on the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Bill 2014, and for the third time I will vote against this government legislation. In division 3, this legislation takes away fundamental civil rights from blue-collar workers—like the right to silence, the presumption of innocence and freedom of association. I cannot in good conscience support extraordinary legislation which specifically targets union members and blue-collar workers while ignoring white collar crime and criminals. If the government were at the same time to introduce extraordinary legislation to parliament, which applied the same standards to all workers, both blue-collar and white-collar workers, then they would have my support. For example: if the ...

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