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Federal senator, Pauline Hanson has today met with high-ranking members of her far-right political party, One Nation, to discuss the possibility of changing their party name.
As a staunch opponent to multiculturalism and Islam, Hanson says it’s time for her party to choose a name that reflects the Australia they are trying to create, one that is completely void of any form of Arabic Influence.
“A cab driver in Townsville informed me that the first part of our party name is Arabic. I had no idea” she said while making a cup of Dilmah tea.
“We realised, that if the Arabs can make their way into our party name, then they’ll easily make their way into our country”
Arabic numerals, also called Hindu-Arabic, are the ten digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, based on the Hindu–Arabic numeral system, the most common system for the symbolic representation of numbers in the world today.
The system was adopted by Arab mathematicians in Baghdad and passed on to the Arabs further west. There is some evidence to suggest that the numerals in their current form developed from Arabic letters.
“The Muslimification of Australia is such a threat that they have been deeply entrenched in our party name for over twenty years and I didn’t even know”
The solution, Hanson says, is to rebrand the party entirely.
“We are thinking of using Roman Numerals instead” says the career politician and terrorism expert for Channel 7’s Sunrise.
“I understand Australia has had an issue with Italians in the past, but they are pretty much considered Aussie people nowadays. Something that the Arabs will never be able to do. Not while I’m around”
The proposed ‘new and even more Aussie’ version of One Nation looks to be iNation – taking the Roman Numeral I – which is the ninth letter and the third vowel in the ISO basic Latin alphabet.
However, simply changing the party name is not enough, says fellow [iNation] senator, Malcolm Roberts.
“Surgery, Hospitals and Algebra should also be removed from our political agenda” he said while putting fuel into his Japanese-made Toyota Landcruiser.
“These are Arabic terms of phrase, and quite frankly they are corroding the fabric of our society”
“Case in point, the use of algebra by our corrupt scientists at the CSIRO to help manipulate data surrounding climate change”
“It’s a perfect example of the lefties pandering to Sharia law and the myth of melting ice caps”
Senator Roberts says simple things that many Australians take for granted, such as coffee, carry Arabic heritage – and must be stopped.
“They come here with their coffee beans and their kebabs – and the worst part is that we don’t even know it’s Arabic. it’s just unAustralian”
“I’ve had enough. We’re calling on a ban to all these dangerous things that originated in the Muslim world. This is why we need a Royal Commission – to figure out what is and isn’t Muslim.”