Sunday, November 3, 2019

Now that Mahathir has said it,Australians can finally have that debate about Asian immigration that their leaders say they cannot have;time also to debate how Australia will cope with Asian style race relations laws(think 18C)

by Ganesh Sahathevan

Pauline Hanson called for a citizenship and immigration plebiscite for essentially the same reasons enumerated by Mahathir.

Malaysia's PM Mahathir has said what many Australians think, but their leaders are too afraid to have debated:

“They can try and sustain their culture, their language, but the inflow of Asians into Australia will certainly change the character and distribution of population in Australia. And in the future, they are going to be more Asian than European.”
(Malaysian PM says Australia's European roots will give way to Asian influence)

Mahathir says so with the knowledge of the special laws required in Malaysia and Singapore designed to prevent racial riots. Australian leaders pretend that immigration here is so different that there will never be a need for those type of laws.Yet, we have 18C which no one dares repeal,  and there are constant reminders of the need to "maintain" racial cohesion.

Perhaps now that Mahathir has said it, Australians can finally have that debate about immigration that they have been prevented from having, and consider if they can live with Asian style race relation laws;18C is bad enough but these are much worse.

The Hanson plebiscite of immigration, voted down by the Senate should be reintroduced, and carefully considered.


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