Pauline Hanson
Australia's One Nation party leader Senator Pauline Hanson makes her maiden speech in the Senate at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, September 14, 2016. Reuters/Mick Tsikas

Senator Pauline Hanson is looking for some inspiration as she takes a seat on the Australian government's Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network. It looks as if the first issue she wants to address is the slow Internet speed in rural areas.

Her comment came as a reply to a Twitter user who mentioned some third world countries experience better Internet speed than Australians. “Kids from the bush tell me because their speeds are so bad they keep getting beaten by gamers overseas -- Unacceptable,” she wrote.

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She went on to discuss this further on her official Facebook page. While kids in the underdeveloped areas of Australia lack access to other things as well, Hanson made a point about the reach and importance of the Internet.

“Our small businesses, our schools, our everyday Australians rely on a decent service to provide Internet to them,” she said. “So they can work the businesses, schools, everything."

She also drew from her own personal experience, saying that Internet speed in her home -- 45 minutes outside of Brisbane -- is not at the necessary standard. She went on to explain that the reason for this is because of a lack in ports. “[It’s] because Telstra won't put additional ports in,” she reasoned out. “I know so many of you are in the same boat, and it's just not good enough!”

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Hanson said that she will bring up the population’s questions to the Parliament on a daily basis in order to strengthen the fight for better Internet. At this point, her specific plan to provide better speeds for less money and less time is unclear. She does, however, hint at system that she could draw inspiration from, as she mentioned “technologies I've seen in practice right here in Australia."