Macrobusiness.com.au has made an undeniable case that Australia’s massive immigration intake, with 500,000 net immigrants in 2022-2023, is the main cause of the present housing/rental crisis. Rentals are at an all-time low, as migrants scoop up rentals. Locals are reduced to homelessness, and many such stories are covered almost daily in the mainstream press. The organisation National Shelter has reported that homelessness increased by 50 percent between 2020 and 2022, and there was a doubling of people living in “improvised homes, tents and rough sleeping.” There has also been a surge of demand for share housing, as people, along with the rental shortage, are feeling the pinch from the cost-of-living squeeze.
As with all of these reports I do, it is clear that mass public opposition must be made to the Labor government immigration policy, by mass protests. This is an even more difficult issue to fight than the Covid vaxxes given the way the population has been brainwashed about immigration since the end of World War II. Maybe things will change with the communist Chinese invasion of Taiwan, and a likely nuclear attack upon Pine Gap, as Professor Dibbs hypothesises.