Speaking at a gathering in Sydney to celebrate the 50th anniversary of “The Australian”, a newspaper that Rupert Murdoch owns, he told Australians they must welcome immigrants.
“We must be open to immigrants, to their desire to improve themselves and to the resulting improvement in our country,” Murdoch told the crowd, of which Australia Prime Minister, Tony Abbott was a guest.
“It is in the collective self-interest to welcome immigrants, those who cherish the values of the country, and who are sometimes willing to risk all in the quest for a better life.”
“Australia has an unprecedented opportunity to prosper from its fortunate geography,”
Last month Murdoch, who has US citizenship, called on the US to “reform immigration”, by which he meant, open the borders and legalize illegal immigrants.
“Is the idea of immigration reform complicated by the fact that some immigrants went outside the legal system to be here? Yes. It is complicated even more by the fear some Americans have, quite naturally, of how changing populations might also change our culture, communities and economic circumstances.”
“Well, of course immigration means change. Immigrants enrich our culture and add to our economic prosperity.”
These business tycoons are pushing for “immigration reform” as they call it, because they want cheap slave-like labor.
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