July 27, 2021

LibLab ‘Asianisation’ policy imposed on Australians

So it is pretty clear that more Asians are walking and dominating the streets of Australia’s cities of late. Why? Is this a good development?

Well…back in ‘April 1984, at a meeting in Warnambool, Professor Geoffrey Blainey who was then Dean of History at the University of Melbourne made the statement: “Australia is being Asianised.”

Over twenty years hence, in 2008, we find that Asiatics now comprise over 8.8% of our country’s population.  Just recently in the Sydney commuter Mx newspaper ran the following article:

‘China flights on the rise’

‘The Federal Government has negotiated a temporary increase in the number of weekly flights between Australia and China…During the past year more than 410,000 Chinese visitors have travelled to Australia, an increase of 16% on the previous year.”

[Mx newspaper, 20th Oct 2010, p.7]

LibLab (alternating Liberal and Labor party governments] policy for immigration has opened the flood gates on any foreigner desiring a better life in Australia. The Laborals have said – ‘yeh, no worries – more immigrants make our immediate economic demand performance look good.’

But the pollies don’t care – as ‘popularist’ NIMBY candidates they just think of their Parliamentary Pension for Life.

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