Australian Immigration: Always Out of Control By James Reed

     Ha! This was behind a paywall, but one kind reader who supports the cause had a chook raffle raising the money for me to look at articles from The Australian, just like a real journalist, dripping with resources. Articles like this one:

“Liberal senator Dean Smith says Australians have not been listened to on population policy ¬development over the past two decades. Demands from a majority of Australians to put the brakes on immig¬ration levels in 1994 were ignore¬d by political leaders, who oversaw a 30 per cent blowout in population growth. Liberal senator Dean Smith is using figures from a 24-year-old parliamentary committee report to argue Australians have not been listened to on population policy ¬development over the past two decades. The West Australian senator, who led the campaign last year to legalise same-sex marriage, called for the re-establishment of the now abolished long-term strategies committee and for a popu¬lation inquiry to be prioritised. Senator Smith’s proposal came as cabinet minister Christopher Pyne argued that Australia did not have a “too-high population”, despite Scott Morrison confirming there would be a reduction in the cap of the permanent migration intake.

The long-term strategies committee was established in 1990 and abolished by the Howard government in 1996. It conducted an eight-month inquiry into Australia’s population levels in 1994, when the nation had fewer than 18 million people. Of the 300 submissions the committee received, 90 per cent advocat¬ed population stability or lower growth levels, while only 10 per cent argued for an increase in population levels. The committee called for a long-term population policy rather than a year-by-year approach. Senator Smith, who has long called for lower immigration ¬levels, said it was a good thing the federal government was devolving some of its migration powers and giving the states a greater say.

He said a parliamentary inquiry would allow citizens to participate and give the community a say in a long-term population plan. “It’s becoming more and more important the government gives expression to the various and sometimes competing community attitudes about future population growth,” Senator Smith said. “Population continues to be a top-line political issue because the public want to be listened to on this key political matter and have a ¬direct input on future population policy.” Mr Pyne labelled the response to the Prime Minister’s floating of a 30,000-person cut to the yearly intake as an “overreaction”. The South Australian MP said the permanent migration intake had come in 30,000 below the 190,000 cap this year.”

     This country has been immigrated to death, culturally and ecologically, since the end of World War II, destroying any chance of creating a national culture and identity, or a long-term sustainable society. All so Big Business can make profits in retail and housing, and in the end, just die and rot like the best and rest of us. Who thinks Australia will be here in 1,000 years, or any trace of it will remain? The result of the never ending immigration story will be a complete loss of the country even by those elites, who will be eaten alive by the bigger globalist fish out there. Fine, if we go, they go next, a fitting end to the great absurd dramatic experiment called “Australia.” This was a country that was never designed to last very long; it was never a Roman Empire, and had no vision for survival, being concerned from the beginning solely in getting commerce to flow smoothly.

     Reason does nothing; only a Darwinian event will be of significance, and there are numerous horsemen of the apocalypse riding this way for those with eyes to see the dust storm, and ears to listen: 



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