Apart from being a failure and a traitor to his election promises, President Donald Duck Trump is revealing his true agenda, much like the liberal prime ministers in Australia have constantly done, from Menzies on, and that is to swamp and demographically transform Western societies by unending mass immigration. The White Australia Policy, for example was long opposed in semi-secret by the majority of the Labor and Liberal Parties before it was abandoned by the Liberals in 1965, by stealth. Such changes do not happen over night and are the results of perfidy. That does not matter much now, since we have to move beyond the old nationalist conceptual framework of “save Australia” or conserve it, as there is little left to conserve, or will be once this battle has been done. Here is some good US material attacking Trump’s illegal immigration mania:
“Trump’s shift from a wage-boosting legal immigration system to one that benefits corporations and their shareholders coincides with recent big business lobby influence over his White House, at the behest of advisers Jared Kushner and Brooke Rollins. As Breitbart News reported, an alliance of mostly globalist organizations and business groups have had access to the White House to discuss the national legal immigration policy. These groups include Koch Industries, the George W. Bush Center, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Increasing legal immigration would cut the job prospects of the at least 13 million working-age Americans who are either unemployed, not in the labor force but want a job, or who are working part-time jobs but want a good-paying full-time job. Out of those 13 million Americans who are available for U.S. jobs, about 6.5 million are unemployed. Of those unemployed, close to 13 percent are American teenagers who are ready for entry-level U.S. jobs — the exact jobs that low-skilled foreign workers generally tend to take. About 1.6 million Americans are not in the labor force at all, but they want a job, including about 426,000 discouraged American workers who are demoralized by their job prospects. Also, there are 5.1 million Americans who are working part-time jobs but who want full-time jobs. More than 1.4 million of these U.S. part-time workers said they had looked for full-time jobs but could not find any.