The Turnbull government announced today it was “abolishing” the temporary foreign worker (457 Visa) program. But is it?
Like clockwork, after every mass shooting in the States, liberals across the world jump at the opportunity to chastise America and point to Australia as the great bastion of gun control. The left will vocally cry out and ironically cite public safety as the reason for America to adopt Australia’s draconian gun laws without ever stopping to consider the implications. If the public doesn’t have access to guns, then they can’t murder each other and therefore everyone is inherently safer; or so the narrative goes. After all, we haven’t had a mass shooting since 1996, so, as a nation, we are now safer, right?
Super mega racist Pauline Hanson called for a boycott of Cadbury because the company pays Halal certification fees to get a stamp of approval that says it’s ok for Muslims to eat their products. But check this out…
Sydney Writer’s Festival is pushing the poz bigly. On the ideological menu this year: slavery, migrants, open borders, intersectional feminism, diversity, safe spaces, globalism, refugees, and Nasty Women.
How many more times do Muslims have to tell Westerners their goal before we demand that Islam be outlawed? They’re not even trying to hide the fact that they want to replace us.
According to the latest Census results, the “typical” Aussie is a married 38 year old, woman born in Australia to married, heterosexual parents. She completed high school, has two children of her own (with a biologically male husband), and lives in a three bedroom home in which she does between 5 and 14 hours of housework per week.
If you wanted to ensure Australian assets remained Australian owned, would you appoint a top spy and ex-ambassador to China to a key advisory position on foreign investments? Continue reading “Ex-ambassador to China to advise Turnbull Govt on Chinese investment”
The Sydney Morning Homosexual wants you to just STFU about housing affordability already. In the 3 April 2017 article titled, “How crowded is your suburb? How Australian neighbourhoods compare to the world”, Inga Ting compares the Homebush Bay-Silverwater precinct to New York and a few other Sydney metro regions with global counterparts vis-à-vis density. It’s a screamer.
Society is splitting into two camps. This is more than the petty left/right dichotomy of yore, when a mundane disagreement over policy placed you firmly somewhere on the spectrum with little to no social cost. This is a divide between globalists and nationalists, as evidenced by the two greatest political events of our age (so far): Brexit and Trump.
Somali-born, ex-Muslim writer, politician, and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali was due to visit Australia and New Zealand this month for a series of talks about her persecution as an infidel, heretic, and apostate. Naturally, her anti-theocratic stance is at odds with the Allah-loving left and their violent Muslim allies.