Former One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has re-emerged on the political landscape, this time making controversial comments during a speech in front of a small group of supporters in South Australia.

Speaking to the group of about 60 people in Strathalbyn earlier today, Ms Hanson began by explaining her policies on youth unemployment and foreign ownership of agriculture before moving onto multiculturalism.

She admitted she was "in fear of Islam and the Islamisation of Australia".

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