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Reduce Immigration Write-On: A Simple Thing Which We All MUST Do! By James Reed
There are now many different immigration initiatives from a variety of sources which ALL need our support ALL the time. Come election time/s the "Reduce Immigration Write-On" is also one to consider. The idea was mentioned to us by Denis McCormack, a long-time fighter of the immigration/multiculturalism/Asianisation madness, and involves the “Reduce Immigration” write-on to ballot papers. All perfectly legal and it will not invalidate your vote. It is an easy way of sending a message to the ruling elites that the people care, and are watching. To find out more visit the great site: https://reduceimmigration.wordpress.com/
“Australia’s annual immigration numbers have more than doubled between 1999 and 2016. Net overseas migration in 2016 contributed the majority (56%) of our annual population growth rate of 1.6%, one of the highest in the developed world.
Bipartisanship across the major political parties has kept the idea of a lower immigration policy from becoming a real electoral issue, let alone the political reality. Both major parties are committed to high immigration. The REDUCE IMMIGRATION campaign does not oppose all immigration, but believes that policy change is needed because high immigration adversely affects our environmental and economic sustainability, social cohesion and cultural integrity.
Around 70% of Australians are concerned about increased immigration into Australia and our high rate of population growth.
This write-on campaign encourages Australian voters to express their objection to excessive immigration and to influence our immigration policy by adding a message to ballot papers in local, state and federal elections. Such write-on activity does not invalidate the ballot, does not make the vote informal, and does not contravene any laws.”
Come election time, there is no excuse for not supporting this and spreading the word for a peoples’ vote on an issue which we have not had a say on. Keep on fighting, Denis!