Pauline Hanson told Greens senator Mehreen Faruqi to “p—- off back to Pakistan” after she referred to Queen Elizabeth as the “head of a racist empire.”
Faruqi made the comment after Hanson told her to “p—- off back to Pakistan.”
Pauline Hanson, the leader of One Nation, took exception to a tweet from a member of parliament who was born in Pakistan stating that she would not grieve the death of the Queen.
“My deepest condolences to all of those who had the pleasure of knowing the Queen.
Ms. Faruqi wrote on her Facebook page, “I cannot mourn the head of a racist empire that was built on the stolen lives, land, and money of colonised peoples.”
“We are reminded of the critical nature of reaching a treaty with the First Nations, providing justice and restitution for former British colonies, and establishing a republic.”
A few of hours later, Senator Hanson voiced her disapproval with the comment that was made.
“I am appalled and disgusted by your manner of thinking.”
“When you moved to Australia, you made the most of all the opportunities this country had to offer,” she added.
“You obtained citizenship, purchased many residences, and obtained a position in a legislative body.
It’s obvious that you’re not content, so you might as well get ready to leave and go back to Pakistan.