Migration Costs: A Never-Ending Story by James Reed
Sitting on page one of The Australian (September 13, 2016), right next to the story and photos of home-grown terrorist Ihsas Khan who engaged in a 9/11 stabbing, we have this news: “Parents of Migrants to Cost $3.2 bn.” Yes, yet another cost of our out-of-control migration programme.
The $3.2 billion figure is from the Productivity Commission who recommends that permanent visas for parents of migrants be abolished or a greater increase in fees made. Loopholes are permitting masses of people with inadequate skills and English language to gain permanent residency, all at taxpayer’s expense.
Skilled migration needs to be strongly regulated with a tightening of entry requirements, especially relating to skills and language. But it would be much better, in my opinion, to move beyond the “immigration society” and all the deracination, multiculturalism and Anglo Saxon demographic displacement and cultural genocide that goes with it.
Perhaps, just perhaps, there is a need to resurrect the apprentiship scheme and develop some of our own home grown talent instead of importing it, thus offering a future for our own children.