The attribution to Tanya Plibersek's 2002 maiden speech is trivially inaccurate, since her maiden speech was in 1998, and doesn't mention any of the keywords "ISIS", "terrorist", or "sovereign" (although it does mention 'freedom', once, in the context of "freedom from victimisation" related to the end of the Great Depression). But is there any evidence that she has said anything on record to this effect?
The claim in the picture is completely and utterly wrong for a number of reasons.
- Tanya Pilbersek's maiden speech was in 1998, not 2002.
- It does not mention the words ISIS or terrorist, or anything related.
- ISIS did not even exist in 2002 (or 1998)
The question "has [she] said anything on record to this effect?" is too vague to answer, and even considering it gives unwarranted credibility to someone making stuff up and attaching it to a picture. The burden of evidence is clearly on anyone claiming she has said things like this to at least give a plausible date.
Actual plausible claims with dates attached can still be investigated.