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Australian Politics – Prime Minister Morrison Kind Of Offers To Cut Immigration Like He Said We Shouldn’t

November 20, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ It’s not even a firm promise from Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison: I also know Australians in our biggest cities are concerned about population. They are saying: enough, enough, enough. The roads are clogged, the buses and trains are full. The schools are taking no more enrolments. I hear what you […]

Immigration Australia – Voters Say We’re Full, But Government Ramps Up Immigration

December 18, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Australia the Turnbull Government never asked if we wanted lots more immigrants. The reason is simple: there is no way Australians would have asked for this: Australia has experienced its ­largest increase in net migration in several years… The last time net migration eclipsed 246,000 entrants was in the […]

Immigration Australia – We’re Too Full, Says New Poll. Time To Cut Immigration

October 26, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Who could be surprised?:   A majority of Australian voters believe the country is full and almost half support a partial ban on Muslim immigration, a new survey has revealed. In a blow for official multiculturalism, it found that just over 50 per cent of voters agree that Australia has changed beyond […]

Immigration Australia – Is Bringing Them Here Really The Cheapest And Safest Way To Help Refugees?

February 1, 2016 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ It’s one of the sweet fibs of the Left – that refugees make us richer. Here, for instance, is the ABC last year: As the Government announces it will take 12,000 additional refugees, it’s worth nothing that the data shows a generous intake is likely to be the most economically sound […]

Australia – No, We’re Not Multicultural – Or Shouldn’t Be

October 17, 2015 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Dr Peter Phelps, the Government Whip in the Legislative Council of the State of New South Wales, says we lost the plot with multiculturalism: We have been a successful immigrant nation … because while we are multiethnic we are not multicultural, at least in our public culture. If one goes through […]

Illegal Immigration Australia – Why Won’t The Australian Labor Party Back The Border Protection That Even Europe Envies?

July 3, 2015 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Labor Party still won’t back boat turn-backs, when even Europe now admires what Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has achieved: Senior European migration ­officials have judged Australia’s ­”robust and co-ordinated’’ communications strategy, underpinned by uncompromising action to stop asylum-seeker boats, a “more effective model’’ than those in place overseas. […]

Illegal Immigration Australia – No Boats For More Than Four Months

April 27, 2014 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Again, why couldn’t the former Australian Labor Government fix the mess it created?: NO people-smuggling venture had succeeded in landing asylum seekers on Australia for more than four months… Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday that vigorous border protection activities was deterring illegal boat arrivals, even into the post-monsoon period […]

Illegal Immigration Australia – First They Claimed The New Policy Couldn’t Work. Now They Complain When It Does

March 30, 2014 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ First much of the media claimed “stop the boats” was a stupid slogan and the Abbott Government would fail. Now that the Government has done just that over the past 100 days, some of the reporting yesterday was plain spiteful. Julian Burnside wasn’t happy, either: THE Abbott Government is misleading the […]

Never the right time to say these policies kill

December 17, 2010 by

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By Andrew Bolt Following on from the disaster of the foundering of the illegal immigrant boat at Christmas Island two days ago, the political fallout has started. As the Labor Government under Prime Minister Julia Gillard tries desperately to divert thinking away from their now patently failed policy, they are seeking to find a way […]