Pauline Hanson infamous 1996 interview | 60 Minutes Australia





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Published on Mar 13, 2019

For this exclusive report, 60 Minutes filmed with Pauline Hanson for more than a week seeing the extent of her public support and the extent of bitterness and hatred others have for her. Also, hearing her shrill pronouncements on issues including single mothers, homosexuality and chemical castration of sexual offenders. Reporter Tracey Curro also meets Pauline's mother, brothers and sisters and discovers it's no surprise she holds such controversial views and we travel with Ms Hanson to the aboriginal community at Palm Island, off the Queensland coast. Although she has been hugely critical of aboriginal privileges, never before has Ms Hanson visited an aboriginal community. We take her for a visit that was eye-opening for Pauline Hanson and Australia.

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