It appears Australia is waking up.
Australia is hugely important to me because I left a wonderful woman there back in the mid 1960s while I was in the US navy.
I will never forget her, and think about her every day and wonder about her with all the usual questions, like, “Is she happy? Is she safe?” And dozens more.
More than half surveyed said Australia felt like a foreign country!
And, the upshot of this news story is a warning that if the nationalists can mount a countrywide political campaign they could become the power in Australia.
Rejecting the usual excuse that migrants stimulate economic growth, economics are not a major concern—loss of culture and quality of life is driving the worry. (Hint! Although it isn’t politically correct, don’t be afraid to bring up those concerns!)
From Perth Now:
THREE quarters of Australians believe the country doesn’t need any more people and nearly half support a partial ban on Muslim immigrants.
For those of you wondering, there is no fresh news about the possibly 1,250 Australian rejected asylum seekers coming to America after the first 50 or so we reported here last month: https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/09/29/first-50-of-australias-failed-asylum-seekers-have-arrived-in-us/
An Australian Population Research Institute survey of more than 2000 people also found 54…
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