One Nation candidate warns of Nazi styled covert gay mind control program

One Nation Pauline Hanson Michelle Meyers

Does the LGBTI community use a secret Nazi styled mind control program?

The strange and odd beliefs of One Nation’s political candidates continue. The party’s Bateman candidate has previously claimed that the gay community covertly uses a Nazi styled mind control program to convince people to support marriage equality.

Michelle Meyers, was initially announced as the party’s candidate to take on Southern River MLA Peter Abetz. She’s since been reassigned to the seat of Bateman, where she’ll battle the Liberals’ Dean Nalder.

Last year Meyers posted to her Facebook page her frustration about Christians who were accepting of the LGBTI community.

“Are you wondering why even some Christians are being swayed by the gender industry’s pitch and push 4 same sex ‘marriage’ and acceptance of fake families?” the One Nation candidate asked.

She goes on to explain the the LGBTI community use a disingenuous mind control program created by two unnamed homosexuals from Norway.

Meyers says the gay community’s secret mind control program is similar to one’s developed by the Nazi’s and the Soviets.

In several other posts Meyers describes gay people as being unnatural, unproductive and unhealthy. The candidate labels the children of gay and lesbian people “fake families”.

Mind Control One NationOne Nation, Michelle Meyers, and WA leader Colin Tincknell were approached for comment but have yet to respond.

There’s no information available on whether One Nation candidates will be taking action against the secret Nazi styled mind control programs if they’re successful at the March 11 state election.

Seeing rainbows makes Michelle Meyers sad

The concern over mind control is not the only post of Meyer’s that is about LGBTI people.

Meyers also shares how the sight of rainbow patterns make her sad.

Alongside a photo of a cushion with a five coloured striped pattern, Meyers shared that the sight of a rainbow makes her sad. She said the rainbow has become an emblem for a “sexually corrupt and morally bankrupt society”.

“The rainbow has been raped and sullied. its colors [sic] have been purloined and paraded as a trophy of the culture war being waged worldwide. But its fruits are bitter, it’s victory hollow and its legacy toxic,” Meyers said.



Elsewhere on her publicly available Facebook page the candidate suggests on multiple occasions that gay people are sexually confused and need training and therapy. Meyers said, gay people should realise that they are the ones who “need to change”.

Meyers has previously been a candidates for the Australian Christians.  She is an outspoken anti-abortion campaigner who regularly protests outside abortion clinics.



One Nation Pauline Hanson

Liberals will give preferences to One Nation

The Liberal party has announced a deal with One Nation that will see them direct their preferences to the party in regional seats. The deal does n ofavours for The Nationals their current partner’s in government.

Premier Colin Barnett told reporters yesterday that he’d made the deal to ensure his party stayed in government.

One Nation’s WA leader Colin Tincknell said the deal makes One Nation the third force in Western Australian politics.

Appearing on SKY News’ The Bolt Report last night federal leader Pauline Hanson said it was a great deal for her party.

“It’s great, it a great deal for One Nation,” Hanson said, “It looks like it will get us some seats in the upper house in Western Australia.”

Andrew Bolt asked Hanson why her party attracted some very strange people who want to become politicians. Bolt noted that the party had been forced to dis-endorse a candidate who claimed that the Port Arthur Massacre was faked, while another Queensland candidate had called for gay people to be given therapy.

Hanson said all political parties faced the same problem and that you could only go so far in vetting candidates. Hanson said once a candidate was endored the party leadership had no control over what they said.

“All political parties face the same problems, but they are focusing on me because they are so determined to get rid of me, to discredit me, to discredit my party.” Hanson said.

Graeme Watson

Update: 14-02-17 21:55 This article was edited to improve it’s clarity. 

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