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Multiculturalism Australia – Ethnic Colonies: How Do We Stay Australians Together

September 1, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ One of our most urgent challenges is to create a community from a nation of tribes. This is even more urgent given immigration is now colonisation, with those colonies – sometimes whole suburbs – are linked to their home countries by satellite TV, the internet and cheap travel. There were 111 […]

Multiculturalism Australia – Latham Asks Burke’s Locals: Is He Right About Speaking English?

August 12, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Australia, the Labor Party’s Tony Burke has an electorate where a fifth of voters are Muslim voters. And he panders: He warned the government’s [citizenship] changes — which would toughen the English language test and increase the permanent residency requirement from one to four years — would sow division […]

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 […]