Statistics from Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection show that most immigrants from 2014-2015 came from India, with China coming in a close second. In total, around 50% to 60% of immigrants came from non-Western countries.
Immigration statistics from just a few decades ago show that there has been a huge turn-around from when most immigrants came from Europe, and which has put Australia on track to becoming minority white.
Did this just happen by accident? Read on and judge for yourself.
During the 1970’s and 1980’s, some of Australia’s politicians were privately talking about how they were going to make the country “Eurasian”.
In 1983, former Foreign Minister, Bill Hayden said “There’s already a large and growing Asian population in Australia and it is inevitable in my view that Australia will become a Eurasian country over the next century or two. Australian Asians and Europeans will marry another and a new race will emerge; I happen to think that’s desirable.”
“[We] should welcome the process of gradually becoming a Eurasian-type society. We will not just become a multicultural society – which seems to me to be a soft sort of terminology anyway – we will become a Eurasian society and be the better for it.”
Former Liberal Prime Minister, John Gorton, put this in even more blatant words:
“I think that if we build up inside Australia a proportion of people without white skins, then there will be a complete lack of consciousness that it is being built up … and that we will arrive at a state where we will have a multi-racial country without racial tensions – and perhaps the first in the world.”
This is why leftists aren’t just for multiculturalism but they are plain anti-white European people. They want European genocide everywhere in the world, despite how much they call it peaceful “diversity”.
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