Brian Burston

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A far right politician from Billbird, NSW. Burston worked as an alderman councillor on Cessnock City Council from the late 80s until the 2000s, holding the position of Deputy Mayor as well as being a parliamentary advisor and research officer in the NSW parliament. Following a brief stint in mining he currently works as a lecturer in Engineering Drawing at both Sydney and Newcastle TAFE.

Both he and his twin brother Graham are longtime members of the One Nation Party, with Brian formally holding the position of National Director. Burston was apart of the David Oldfield faction that attempted a coup against the leadership of Pauline Hanson in 2000. In Hanson’s ‘Untamed and Unashamed’ she tells how she had barricaded herself in the party office in an attempt to retrieve party documents out of their hands. As a result both men were expelled from the party. I wonder Pauline why now the change of heart?

(Hold me, David)

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Burstons views on Islam are problematic so to say, and strike one to ponder whether this man or any of his colleagues have actually ever met a Muslim. Burston does not make any effort of concealing his bigotry to the press either. He probably thinks, like Pauline, that every bigoted and sensationalist remark draws him closer to victory at the polls.I guess they are right as Burston was elected as one of the four ONP candidates to the senate. 

(Quotes courtesy of Daily Telegraph)

“We need a Royal Commission or an inquiry into Islam to determine if it is a religion or a political ideology and I would suggest to you that it is the later, and if that is the case then it is not eligible for tax breaks,”’

“Islam is an infringement on our culture; we’re a Christian country, I know we have some Jews as well…but the Muslims, they kneel five times a day and it’s not how we are in this country.”

”There are no questions about that. The Catholic Church and Jewish people don’t go and blow people up and we’re bringing people here from Syria with those ideologies.”

“They’re coming, all of a sudden they’re out to be our best mates and the one day they just take over; they will introduce the Caliphate, they want a Caliphate here and it will happen one day.”

“You can’t have a beer, you can’t have a smile, the women have to be covered up like a tent; why do you think we have so much support… people are very worried and we want to protect our own people and make decisions that are for the good of Australia”

Brendan Ball

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Ball is a far right politician from the Gold Coast. Alongside his involvement in far right politics, Ball worked as a sales engineer at Energy Power Systems Australia. Prior to that he resided in Sydney. Ball, the former ONP Townsville branch leader, was selected as the One Nation Party candidate for the seat of Fadden in the Gold Coast.

Meet your local member for Fadden:

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When he is not overtly displaying his pride for his Saxon heritage he seems keen on ripping on Muslims. On his candidate profile on the ONP website, Ball is quoted saying “I am deeply concerned by the creeping Islamisation of Australia and would ask people to think, will it make Australia a better place for our children to live in? I believe the majority of my countrymen will say that the answer is no way!”

(Ball sharing extreme right party Britain First propaganda)

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Ball is the kind of aggressive campaigner the ONP could only dream of, getting up to all kinds of mischief in the lead up to the 2016 election. He was removed by security from a Gold Coast senior’s expo he was attending with a relative after instigating a confrontation with a rival Liberal candidate. At the polling booth his team was involved in a scuffle due to a racist remark one of his campaigner’s made to a Muslim woman.

Now all I hear these days are far right dead shits banging on about issues such as child grooming, as if they are the beacons of morality in the modern world. What do you call a guy who coerces children below the age of consent to become the face of ONP campaigning, being filmed then broadcasted across social media for all to see, regardless of safety concerns or their future objections. Sounds like child grooming to me.

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Dean Mackin

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This is Dean. Dean lives in Toukley, NSW on the Central Coast. Dean is a former small business owner in the field of Internet and Information technology. Dean currently works at the conservative radio station 2SM, having his own show on Saturday. Dean has been described by people in radio broadcasting as “the next John Laws” on account of the right wing content in his show.

(Dean with small child and celtic cross (white power) tattoo)

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Dean likes to get Nazi tattoos and put children in his pants. Dean also seems to think that marching refugees like they are criminals through a city is the right thing to do, applauding the actions taken by the militaristic fascist police in Putin’s Russia. Dean is running as a One Nation candidate for the NSW senate. Holding reign over the Saturday 2 to 5 pm 2SM slot, Mackin can be asked about his white power tattoos live on-air on 13 12 69.

Dean is a prick. Don’t be like Dean

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(Sharing far right group PDLA posts)

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(Seems he and Miss Smith are kindred spirits as well as political rivals)

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Lynette Keehn

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A far right politician from Queensland. Keehn was a part of the so called “patriot” movement in Queensland. Alongside attending the Reclaim Australia rallies Keehn organised a bus to transport people to the local RA rally and actively promoted the rallies on social media.

reclaimlynkeehn

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(Older Photo)

Keehn was selected to run as the One Nation Party candidate for Maranoa, QLD. Her political life seems to have been predetermined by her personal one. She blames multiculturalism for her failed marriage, describing it as “a multicultural marriage that didn’t work out”. She even has a gay daughter and was supportive of safe schools, until she was forced to retract her views online.

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(Views on First Nations people)

Keehn is a good example of the disenfranchised working class in Australia who become manipulated by aspiring opportunists into being a fascist stooge. The sort of person you would kinda feel sorry for if she wasn’t a racist.

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(Lynette with Kim Vuga)

Carter Edwards

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A far right radio personality and politician from Gosford. Edwards considers himself a world class entertainer and consummate showman with a background in musical performance, acting and even considers himself an author of self-help books. This write up can be found on his self titled website, which is essentially a very sad, self constructed e-shrine.

(Edwards is fond of superimposing people with better body parts onto his own)

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Beyond his ‘acting’ career (i.e. occasional ad spots) Edwards has worked in talk back radio for over 30 years, hosting on the  2SM show Super Radio Network alongside fellow ONP candidate Dean Mackin. I guess the one-man show has jumped on the One Nation bandwagon, being selected by Pauline Hanson to run as the ONP candidate for Dobell, NSW in the 2016 election. Happy face time.

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Graham Burston

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A far right politician from Heddon, NSW. He and his twin brother Brian both have a history in politics, working as an alderman for the City of Cessnock throughout the 90s as members of ONP. Both brothers were in the David Oldfield faction that attempted to displace Pauline Hanson from power.

Graham resides close to Cessnock, a place that became one of the largest organising bases for the far right Reclaim Australia movement. He was selected as the ONP candidate for Paterson, NSW.

Simon Roylance

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A far right politician from Victoria. Roylance, prior to his spell in politics, worked as a police constable in both rural and metropolitan Victoria from 2007-13. After resigning from the police he entered into politics as a member of One Nation, replacing former Bendigo candidate Elise Chapman, standing as the ON Victorian senate candidate. Naturally, as an ex cop, Roylance wants to see a massive increase in the number of police across Australia.

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