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CANDIDATE FOR SENATE - NEW SOUTH WALES
Julie Collins is a passionate advocate for Human Rights, Child Protection & Families, she is the founder of "Shiloh Ark of Hope" Ltd.
Q. What local issues are you focusing on?
A. Fairness in Law, affordable legal representation for all Australians, Family Law Court Legislative Change.
Q. Write one sentence about how the cost of living is crushing families.
A. The old Age Pension is not enough for people to live on.
Q. How can the government be more transparent?
A. We need an overhaul of legislation surrounding accountability and transparency, and they need to be held accountable to their promises.
Q. What do you have to say about how the major parties have failed Australia?
A. The Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says he won't fight battles he can't win with regard to the family law courts, Attorney General Michaela Cash says there is not enough public interest to change legislation to protect women and children subjected to domestic violence and paedophilia via the Hague Convention, Our Federal Government failed to intervene during the border shutdowns, lockdowns, and vaccination mandates.
The AMA, APHRA and other governing bodies have failed Australians. The Justice Systems in our country are broken, and there is not accountability and transparency. We have lost good teachers, health workers, aged care workers due to vaccine mandates. We do not have good strategies in place to break the cycle of domestic violence. We do not have tough enough laws in place for paedophiles.
Our ports are being leased to China, and we are not doing enough to protect our natural resources. Our rivers are leased to foreign mining companies and our farmers are going without. Our politicians are scared and are giving preferences to each other. Our women's sport needs to be protected and isn't. Parents are not allowed to parent their children anymore. Commonsense seems to have gone out the window.
Q. How has the government betrayed Australia?
A. Through Mandates, Lockdowns, removing parents rights, unscientific un researched unevidenced responses to many social issues not just covid. Not intervening for Victorians when we saw police brutality and riots. By Supporting safe schools programmes and full term abortion. By Not giving enough funding to Aged Care, vaccine mandates for education, police, health care and other sectors caused understaffing, unemployment, loss of homes, jobs and mental health breakdowns. Not intervening in the Family Law Courts with a Royal Commission, caused the continual sudden removal of children from protective parents, has placed children in harms way, has destroyed families and relationships financially, socially, emotionally, and physically. It is time for change the Government must be held to account.
Q. Why should local voters vote for you?
A. I have sensible and practical solutions. We could change 4 pieces of legislation to stop the wrongful removal of children by the Family Law Courts. I would set up an alternative to legal aid, "Fairness in Law Centres" Legal services would become affordable to all Australians. I would tax the advertising of products made and imported from China, and other overseas countries, and use that money to put into Australian made products. I would like to see our automotive manufacturing industry restart again in Australia. I would make legislative changes to prevent lockdowns and vaccine mandates happening the way it did for the last two years. I would not join any particular party because of pressure but would stand truly independently to ensure a future for our children and grandchildren.
Q. What will your local community look like, when you are voted in?
A. I will be available to hear about the issues that matter. I will where possible lobby other politicians, and table and support good legislative change where needed. I will not support mandates, lockdowns, and other extreme measures unless based upon sound research. Legal Representation would become more affordable, and I would lobby and legislate for cheaper electricity. I would support local and state initiatives in research and science in working towards solutions for drought proof farming and sustainability. I would encourage research and look for strategies to reduce domestic violence and it's impact upon children. I would like to see schools have long term ethics programmes and education around conflict resolution, respect and integrity rather than gender and safe schools programmes. I would support legislation that supports parents and their right to raise a family without interference.
Written and Authorised by Julie Collins, New South Wales.
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