Pauline Hanson becomes topic of debate on reality TV show

If you’ve been watching I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here on Channel Ten, then you’ve probably made yourself
It seems everyone is talking about Pauline Hanson. Source: Pauline Hanson's Please Explain/YouTube

If you’ve been watching I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here on Channel Ten, then you’ve probably made yourself familiar with the celebrities on the show.

Among them this year is Steve Price, the outspoken guest who regularly appears on The Project, and Tziporah Malkah (formerly known as Kate Fischer), an ex-model and ex-fiancee of James Packer.

The pair attempted to bond on Monday night’s episode about a topic that everyone has an opinion on – Pauline Hanson.

Sitting around a camp fire with footballer Dane Swan, Malkah asked Price what he thought of right-wing commentator Milo Yiannopoulos.

“Haven’t had a lot to do with him … seen him interviewed on Andrew Bolt’s show a couple of times,” Price responded.

Then she asked him what he thought of the alternative-right (alt-right) movement.

“It’s a bit out there,” Price said.

And that’s when the topic turned to Pauline Hanson.

“Milo and the alt-right, they say things that EVERYBODY else is thinking, like Pauline Hanson,” Malkah said.

And Price responded by saying that he didn’t believe Pauline Hanson was “sophisticated enough”.

If you don’t watch the show, or you don’t like reality TV, you might be wondering why we’re even discussing this.

Well, think about the dinner conversations you’ve had or the Facebook debates you’ve had about Hanson, Trump and right-wing politics.

The conversation around the campfire on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is a reflection of everyday conversations we’ve all had, the topic we’ve all discussed.

What do you think about this? Does this sound like conversations you’ve had with friends or family?

  1. Keith Cashman  

    We don’t need sophistication, we need action.
    All the so called ‘sophisticated’ ‘leaders’ and politicians have let us down badly and have been indoctrinated with the New World Order ideals of Fabianism, Globalisation, Golden Dawn philosophies that believe that everyone should look, act and be the same.
    They have conquered the UN, EU, and most western societies as well as the world bank.
    They have lent countries more than they could ever hope to repay to gain power.
    They have played havoc with peoples lives and most people don’t even know they exist as the underlying force behind all that is happening in the world.
    Donald Trump is surprising everyone because no one actually thinks politicians do anything they say they are going to do and he has upset the lot of them.
    And about bloody time, I hope it isn’t too late for us to save our way of life for our kids sake.

    • Guy Flavell  

      What a fabulous response Keith, balanced, logical … and highly factual.

    • Beverley Copley  

      We don’t need overly educated sophisticated pompous people full of themselves to lead our country, we need Pauline and the likes of her, people who are genuinely love this county, and want the best for Australians, Pauline has been interested in politics and the good of this country from a very young age, give her a go, she is not in it for the money and perks like most politicians, she listens to people, and speaks from the heart, she will always have my vote, I find her refreshingly natural…

      • Guy Flavell  

        Well said Beverley … my vote too. If only Cory Bernadi would bring his troops over
        to One Nation then I reckon there could be some hope for our country.

    • Noel Wright  


      You are spot on, mate, we don’t need “sophisticated” politicians, look what these past Pollies have done to our country. Outspoken Hansen, is “speaking the speak”, and many, many Aussies are starting to accept that she and her ilk, may just be able to save Australia, before it is TOO LATE. Good on her, and I hope she does very well with her unsophisticated ways.

  2. Jack  

    What a shame our free-to-air television has sunk to the abysmal level of “I’m a Celebrity”.
    You’d have to be an absolute mindless moron to watch such trash. It amazes me that
    Pricey has demeaned himself so badly. The rest of these so-called “celebrities” would have a collective IQ of around a 100 !!!

    • R Rowley  

      Totally agree Jack, well said!

    • Well said, Jack. I’ve always wondered where reality fitted into any of this rubbish!

    • Garry Ward  

      You hit the nail on the head Jack.

  3. K  

    On “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here” They refer to them as celebrities but really the majority are all has beens that apparently have nothing else to do in life.

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