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Muslims, Illegals Push Oz To Third World Status


By Patricia Doyle

Hello Jeff - This is what happens when you take in third world population.  They do not work and have time on their hands that they use procreating. Too much welfare, free medical care and food and housing subsidies that the illegals simply do not care about the environment and only care aboout having children for the host country to support.

In Europe the Caucasian population is responsible and only will have the amount of children they can pay for. So we see the whites losing population. Now we have Muslim Africans, Middle Eastern and Caribbean illegals immigrating to the first world. These folks are not being responsible and are having so many children that the host country is worried about nature resources.  

In the case of Australia they have limitede drinking water and with the baby boom of the third world illegals there may not be enough water to support the population in the coming decades. This is basically the problem in the third world and the reason many illegals have gone to the first world countries.  They had so many children that they did not have enough water, crops to feed the population and jobs.

These illegals need to be taught to be responsible and understand the environment is not going to support the numbers of population already born.  Famine and drought will ultimately make the third worlers have to move again.  Why, too many children.  I sincerly hope that Australia gets its immigrant population under control before all Australia runs out of water and food.

The third world immigrants need to learn that living  on the planet requires some responsiblity. They need to take responsibility for their own actions.


Migration pushing Australia to 'third-world style population growth rate'

Former Australian foreign minister Bob Carr says immigration should be cut by 50% to prevent ‘irreversible degradation’ as population climbs to 24 million

Australia’s “breakneck” population growth is flooding major cities and putting huge pressure on house prices, the country’s former foreign minister says.

Australia’s population ticked over to 24 million overnight, on the back of record net overseas migration in the year to July 2015.

“We’ve got a third-world style population growth rate and I think the Australian people need to be alerted to this,” Bob Carr told reporters in Sydney on Tuesday.
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“There’s a case for pegging immigration back by easily a third, perhaps 50%. We are going for breakneck population growth and it’s all about supply and demand.

Carr, who was also premier of New South Wales from 1995 to 2005, said Australia’s growth rate outstripped Indonesia’s and was the highest of any developed country.

Carr said a “hugely over-ambitious” approach to migration devised by Canberra bureaucrats was putting astonishing pressure on the housing market and causing crippling congestion.

“No matter how much governments spend on infrastructure, at this level of population growth, it’s always never enough,” he said.

“It’s a nice idea to decentralise, but people come to the big cities.

“All of Australia’s population growth will be settled in a narrow band along eastern Australia.”

Carr said Australia’s population growth was bound to reach breaking point.

“There comes a point, given we’ve only got a narrow fertile coastal strip, when at 40 million, 50 million, 70 million by the end of the century, we’ve got to start thinking again,” he said.

“This is not a model that continues indefinitely.

“I’d rather see us tapering off before we’re locked into irreversible degradation of what we’ve got on this continent.”

Carr said capping population remained “perfectly compatible” with running a high refugee intake.
Former foreign minister Bob Carr speaking at the NSW Labor conference in 2014.
Former foreign minister Bob Carr speaking at the NSW Labor conference in 2014. Photograph: Nikki Short/AAP

However, not everyone agrees with Carr’s assessment. Dr Helen Feist from the Australian Population and Migration Centre told the ABC high levels of immigration were leading to a more diverse and more dynamic Australia.

“We’re going to see a group of fertile, young people interested in wanting to start new businesses and start families and perhaps live in different areas then the traditional Australia population. So that’s going to shake things up a bit,” she said.

“With any change in society you might have a bit of an unsettling period, but I think that will settle down. And I think we will reap the benefits of that change.

“Just like the Greek and the Italian migrants — look what that did for our rich cultural history.”

And former Labor prime minister Kevin Rudd is on the record as an advocate for a “big Australia” saying that higher population forecasts are good news for the country.

“I actually believe in a big Australia I make no apology for that. I actually think it’s good news that our population is growing,” he said.

“Contrast that with many countries in Europe when it’s actually heading in the other direction. I think it’s good for us, it’s good for national security in the long-term, it’s good in terms of what we can sustain as a nation.”



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