As thousands of South Australians entered their second day without power, One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson said it was looking more and more likely that wind turbines and Muslims were to blame.
The state’s energy infrastructure – which has been swamped by Muslims in recent years – could not cope under the increasing strain, Ms Hanson said.
She said Islam was not compatible with the Australian way of life or the South Australian energy market. It is the biggest power outage in the state since the Asian invasion of the late 1990s.
Fellow One Nation Senator Malcolm: Roberts.,(^#. agreed with Ms Hanson’s assessment, but said chemtrails were also a likely contributor.
Large storms swept through South Australia late yesterday afternoon, although this was not related to the power outages.