SEPARATING FACTS FROM PREJUDICE
Fraser Anning is currently a Federal Senator for Queensland
You may have noticed that these days, when you try to discuss important topics with some people, that they can quickly become heated and emotional.
Pointing out facts which challenge people’s world view is often met with a barrage of insults and name calling.
Imagine if I were to make a statement like, “no African country has become more prosperous after the Whites were chased out”, how would people react?
Would they check to see if this statement was correct, or would they simply dismiss it as an inflammatory or racist statement?
I don’t know why Black African countries have been so slow to develop, or why Europe and the West – and of course Japan and now China – have been so fast.
It could be our religions. It could be culture or ethnicity. I don’t know. Geneticist James Watson believes that it is due to IQ differences. I’m not qualified to judge.
Whatever the cause however, the effects are clear. There are some huge differences in how people around the world work and behave.
For Example, according to news from Europe, in areas where more than 50% of the population are Muslims, there is a strong chance that they will attempt to impose Sharia law.
If I said there are 57 neighbourhoods in Sydney and 25 in Melbourne where the Islamic community is greater than 50%, wouldn’t you think that should be cause for concern?
The Greens say a Saudi woman should be granted asylum because her family are going to kill her. Why can`t I say the same for the white farmers in South Africa.
Huge numbers of White South Africans are being brutally attacked and murdered by their Black neighbours?
Why can’t we talk about that? Why don’t White people deserve protection from brutal murder, but Arabs do?
South Africans living with extreme diversity
This is a puzzle discussed by Professor Eric Kaufmann, in The Spectator. Kaufmann thinks it is a myth that white people have no ethnicity and that only migrants from non-Western nations have identities that matter. He thinks this is dangerous nonsense, because it supports political correctness.
In particular, Kaufmann argues that white people are like everyone else. The Boers in South Africa have ethnic interests just as much as the Blacks do.
He says that it is completely normal for white people to want to remain the majority in their own countries, such as in Europe and Australia. No one would expect the Chinese to want to become an ethnic minority in China. Why should we want to be a minority here?
Labor and Liberal Governments have been forcing sky-high, indiscriminate immigration on Australia for decades. Consequently, whites will soon become a minority here. Not that Labor or Liberals have admitted to the date. Why not? Perhaps they realise that no one wants to become a minority in a nation they built.
I was asked in a recent interview, “shouldn’t we be celebrating diversity?” “Diversity” means fewer white people and the loss of majority status.
Why should I celebrate that? Whites are the heart of the Australian nation. In a democracy, the loss of majority status means the transfer of power to other ethnic groups.
These groups are happy to vote for their own interests, such as keeping the immigration doors open wide.
Whites are the only ethnic group who are afraid to advocate for their own interests. Perhaps that is why all other politician’s side with ethnic minority groups against the interests of traditional Australians.
All of our politicians and media outlets have been absolutely determined to shut down any discussion of this subject.
I believe it is well past time to be open about the facts. Our politicians have no right to override the will of the people on this issue. Australians have a right to a calm and reasoned discussion of the subject.
They have a right to know when the historic nation is slated to become a minority. Liberal and Labor politicians, their senior bureaucrats and media and university enablers should come clean.
I am determined to open this discussion. I trust you are OK with that.
Senator Fraser Anning