IN 1998, Heather Hill (One Nation Senator elect) was denied her seat in Parliament because she hadn’t renounced her British citizenship.
At the time it was whispered that there were many in Parliament with dual citizenship, but that was conveniently overlooked. Now the dual citizens are being exposed at a rapid pace.
The question has to be asked: “How many since 1901 have held dual citizenship?” If many have sat in Parliament as dual citizens and thus illegal, is the legislation they voted on and passed null and void?
Might not this be a matter that needs to be looked at by the High Court? Talk about opening a can of worms. Where might such an investigation lead?
It’s time we took stock of Parliament and Parliamentarians as we have been dudded for over a century by their unlawful machinations.
— Jay Nauss