I’m cynical on the upcoming election. The globalist shenanigans of the last two years has re-affirmed my belief in the sham of democracy and that it’s a WOFTAM. Nothing new there, but whatever. I actually think there will be some kind of fuckery regarding the result, despite what we’re told by the AEC. We shall see. If you haven’t watched 2000 Mules yet then it’s worth a watch, and believing that something like that couldn’t be done in Australia is about as believable as the ‘we have better banking regulation’ meme that used to circulate prior to the Hayne Royal Commission.
Anyways, on the topic of migration I notice it’s largely been left out of the debate except for the usual faux debate about turning the boats around (which I 100% support). We have seen the usual simping for migrant groups by promising them the world for votes, proving once again that multiculturalism is nothing more than an ethnic head count.
This meme is accurate and could realistically be applied to all major parties, not just the ALP (they’re far worse at it):
So here’s my two cents on things migration related which won’t be new to many readers of EZFKA but may be for the casual observer.
The LNP and ALP are the same globalist shit on migration – Big Australia at all costs with cannon fodder for the housing market and cheap labour for the corporates.
The only difference you are going to get between them is more permanent residency handed out to migrants by the ALP. What does that mean? Faster access to Medicare, public services and ultimately citizenship and a vote for people who aren’t really entitled to any of it by virtue of being in the country all of five minutes. But they got a piece of paper from the government, so shut up racist.
More permanent residency also makes it harder to get rid of migrants during a recession or if they’re generally just pieces of shit.
I stand by my prediction that the boats will start again if the ALP win, a trickle at first to test the waters but then a flotilla soon after. The ALP will backflip on the boat turn backs at the drop of a hat and we will get a US style southern border situation potentially.
They can always just bring more in on planes through the front door as they have both been doing the last decade or so anyway. Etiher way it’s a shit show and the Indian Free Trade Agreement means more cheap labour and the funeral for the Australian working class, with bipartisan support.
God help us if Karen Keneally becomes our Home Affairs Minister.
Greens/Simon Holmes A Court Investments Party
The biggest lol. They now want to get rid of Australian Border Force because uniforms bad, open borders good. They want the usual open borders nonsense and as much non-white migration as possible. They also want to represent the indigenous by making sure they are pushed further down the demographic scale by importing more migrant groups who don’t care about them, to live on indigenous land with them. Sensible of course, you racist. Looking forward to the inevitable ‘multicultural’ welcome to country performances, you know that’s coming.
As long as the migrants they simp for are nowhere near their inner-city enclaves and dumped in western suburbs shitholes for the Australian working class to deal with, or in public housing that was supposed to be for Australians (which makes their public housing policy a load of fucking toss).
The closest thing I could find from the Craig Kelly and Clive show on migration was this:
“Our regional communities are the backbone of the nation and the United Australia Party is committed to stimulating economic growth in rural areas.
Our cities are bursting at the seams. We face a future of heavy congestion, serious housing affordability issues and mounting cost of living pressures.
By providing a 20% tax concession incentive to people living more than 200kms from a capital city (including all of Tasmania), we can decentralise Australia and encourage people to move to or settle in regional areas.
Zonal Taxation isn’t new – it existed under Liberal governments in the 1960s and is constitutional under Commonwealth laws.
Interpret that how you will but that reads to me as the usual ‘more migration, just push it to the regions’ decentralisation nonsense that is code for more Big Australia. Happy to be wrong, but other than that they haven’t said much on migration and I’ll remain observant.
Here’s One Nation’s policy:
“Zero-net immigration throughout COVID illustrated how putting the brakes on migration reduced congestion on our roads and allowed Government services to focus on Australians. One Nation will extend its zero-net migration policy and focus on permitting only highly skilled migrants from culturally cohesive countries into Australia. Migrants must demonstrate a sound level of English for assimilation purposes. Education courses in Australian universities should not be used as a backdoor to immigrate to Australia.”
One Nation favours Australians first and foremost. We believe in reducing the refugee intake for five years in an effort to redirect critical funding to Australian services. The cost to Australian taxpayers to hold each asylum seeker or refugee on Nauru has escalated to $358,646 per month — or $4.3 million a year. One Nation supports the withdrawal of Australia from the outdated United Nations 1951 Refugee Convention.“
This is the only policy I can get behind. It’s not perfect but it’s a very welcome start and miles in front of everyone else.
As for the rest of the parties, they generally tend to be left-leaning open borders-lite shit like ‘muh refugees’ of the New Liberals and their ilk and no real mention of the social cohesion and cost side of things, because too many of them are cowed into being labelled as racist.
The LDP haven’t publicly posted their migration policies but from what I can remember of their historical policies they were essentially EZFKA on steroids – cheap labour from everywhere and auctioning off of citizenship (similar to significant investment visas where you can buy your way in because citizenship is just a commodity like anything else). Throw in free trade and minimum wage removal and you get the drift. I like a lot of what they stand for, but their migration policies are just retarded. They’re far better as a state level party.
Sustainable Australia is another option but they’re nimby pussies that are too afraid to talk about social cohesion and multiculturalism. Better than other options out there though I guess.
Anyways, that’s a brief summary of what I can find. If anything is inaccurate, let me know in the comments.
Furthermore, the public execution of Fraser Anning on immigration a few years ago further attests to the reluctant pursuit of immigration reform by political parties in Australia in my opinion. Regardless of your opinion on Anning, he was crucified by the Big Australia lobby and their media shills because he pulled back the veil on the realities of multiculturalism and mass immigration and was subsequently run out of town. This is part of the reason many Australians are afraid to talk openly on migration let alone in Canberra, as the relentless public humiliation and shame rituals from corporate stenographers await and few can weather those attacks.
Anyways, in my view One Nation is the only party worth voting for on migration. Have your vote, just don’t expect the world or indeed, anything.
Until discussion of the Great Replacement and demographics is mainstream in Australia, this is all for naught. Keep pushing the Overton window though.
Just save us the democracy sausage cringe that usually follows on election day, no-one cares.