June 20, 2018

No, UK Doesn't Need an Australian-Style Points System

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

For as long as I can remember in politics, people have been talking about introducing an "Australian-style points system" in Britain. UKIP and Nigel Farage suggested it, some Tories have suggested it, and now I’m reading that Belgian ministers are suggesting it.

But the Australian points system isn’t the holy grail people seem to think it is.

There is a reason why Pauline Hanson and the One Nation party are doing so well in Australia right now. The party has two members of the senate, one member of the Queensland Parliament, and three in the Western Australian Legislative Council. Since 2013, the party has been on the up, obtaining 13.7 per cent in the Queensland state election last year, and 8.2 per cent in the Western Australian state election last year.

Muslims make up 2.6 per cent of the population of Australia, and that figure is growing. Australia is admitting more migrants every year than any other big Western country. The population of the country has grown by 70 per cent since the 1970s, and that has been fuelled almost entirely by immigration. Over 28 per cent of residents in Australia were born overseas – which is higher than Canada, Britian, and even America.

So when I saw that a Belgian minister has called for an Australian approach to migration, I though I should finally address this. We must start being honest with ourselves and stating, no, Australia hasn’t gotten immigration right. There are cultural problems in the country as a result of state-sponsored multiculturalism and high immigration.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics showed between 2014 and 2015, the second fastest population increase in Australia, was the number of persons born in Pakistan. This presents challenges for Australia, as including fundamentally different cultural demographics can also alter the values and norms of Australia itself.

Their country is being transformed before their eyes, and the whole point of changing immigration policies in Europe is to stop that happening.

If we are ever to change anything in Europe, we must do more than simply introduce a points-based system. We must consider the possibility of stopping, or temporarily halting, immigration while we get a grip of the situation we have found ourselves in.

Furthermore, the old UKIP "balanced migration" policy must be challenged, too. Balanced migration means for every person who leaves, one person will be allowed to enter. This presents two challenges. First of all, we cannot deport people once the person who left, returns. This still ultimately results in a population increase, if people who leave the country decide to come home. Secondly, it replaces our population. By swapping out one English man for one from just anywhere, we could be ushering in a fundamental shift in our society for no justifiable purpose.

Let’s stop this madness, and stop pretending Australia has it right. They don’t.

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commented 2018-06-21 05:35:05 -0400
Interesting information about Australia. Immigration should be stopped entirely in all Western nations; if foreigners are needed due to skills shortages, then temporary work permits can be issued, subject to renewal after 3 years, for example. One problem is that no one is asking why Western countries need or want immigration to continue (declining indigenous birth rates is not the reason!). At this point, all countries are settled and have more than enough inhabitants, including Canada where the habitable area is along the southern border. The infrastructure of larger cities is suffering due to overpopulation, crime has escalated, and obviously serious problems result from mass immigration and multiculturalism. Collectively, we have voted in the wrong people as leaders for too many years. The best people do not necessarily run for public office, and if they do they are not elected. Also, citizens are too passive and trust their leaders and the police to take care of things. No citizens have gone to their border to try to stop the flow of illegal migrants from entering, and people are also too afraid to say publicly that they do not want immigration any more. So I’m inclined to agree with the sentiments of Keith and Helen Harvey – our Western nations will not go back to the way they once were. But a moratorium on immigration is needed in any case.
commented 2018-06-20 23:14:57 -0400
At this point it won’t matter WHO is in government we will never be the same. Our future has now been determined, we WILL be ruled by another culture/ideology because WE allowed this never ending intake of Parasitic Immigrants into our nations. We are allowing them to occupy our schools, indoctrinate our children, be in positions of authority, get voted into political office, change our laws and establish their intolerant ideology over our values, culture and Democracy. WE WILL NOT be deporting these people, WE WILL NOT be stopping these people from continuing to invade our nation. We WILL continue doing everything possible to help them elevate themselves above us where they become our rulers. This WILL happen whether that TRAITOR Trudeau is in office or Andrew Scheer. Because he has proven himself more than once, that he is really a Liberal Infiltrator within the Conservative Party.
I was hoping Trump would DISMANTLE the UN, but that is not going to happen. The ONLY way for any of our countries to make this right and literally save the world from eventual annihilation is to wage Civil War against our Traitorous governments that have betrayed us for long periods of time. They knew that this was happening, that our countries would be changed and changed for the worst, there is absolutely nothing good in what is taking place. There will never be peace, you will never feel safe, the economy will collapse, freedom will be gone and all our rights will be taken away. WE NEED TO WAKE UP AND TAKE ACTION. DO you want to live in a European Nation like Sweden, etc.? If not, it’s time to act.
commented 2018-06-20 18:24:37 -0400
The Australian PM was picked and installed in Australia, one year before Trusted was picked and installed in Canada. Both of these clowns were chosen by the UN, probably because of their simple minds. What they both do best is to obey the UN, as we have seen. Once they are both disposed of, Canada and Australia can try to get back to being normal. Both countries have a lot of work ahead of them, just deporting all these Muslims will take years and as they breed like rats we may never catch up. There is another way but the Animal Rights groups may not agree.