The Conversation pumps immigration propaganda

The Conversation has turned into useful idiots for the capitalist elites, publishing a blatant propaganda puff piece entitled “We need to restart immigration quickly to drive economic growth”.

Let’s quickly examine the article’s main arguments for rebooting mass immigration:

Faced with a difficult economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia needs to act quickly with creative solutions to reestablish immigration into the country, even before a potential vaccine is found.

Over the past two decades, population growth has been an important driver of Australia’s economic growth. Immigration is the largest component of this, comprising about 64% of our population growth in 2016-17 (with the rest coming from natural increase)…

Why immigration is so vital to the economy…

First, as mentioned before, immigration growth drives economic growth. And a return to over 3% economic growth without immigration seems unlikely. When we take into consideration lower fertility rates during the pandemic, such growth is even less likely.

Lower immigration has a real effect on GDP…

Sure, more inputs in people equals more outputs in GDP. So what? Any first year economics student would tell you that it is real per capita GDP that matters, and on this front Australia’s growth performance was dismal even before COVID-19 hit:

Back to the useful idiots:

Second, the continued border closure affects our key exports, in particular international student arrivals. Total exports are predicted to fall 9% in the next year, while net exports are expected to shave 1 percentage point from GDP growth in 2021-22. International student migration and tourism make up a large part of these exports.

What about imports? Notice below how our two biggest migrant magnets of Sydney an Melbourne drove gigantic trade deficits as immigration surged?

Basically, all the extra migrants that flooded into these two cities barely lifted exports, since these cities don’t actually produce much that is tradeable. By contrast, imports skyrocketed via more purchases of consumer goods like flat screen TVs, cars, furniture, etc. These net imports must be paid for, either by increasing the nation’s debt or via selling-off the nation’s assets. We’ve been doing both.

Moreover, a large chunk of so-called education ‘exports’ aren’t genuine exports at all, since the ABS erroneously counts income earnt and spent in Australia by international students as an export (see here).

This ‘export’ farce was highlighted by a recent survey from University of Technology Sydney (UTS), which revealed that a huge number of international students have become destitute and unable to pay their living costs and/or tuition fees due to losing their paid employment. As such, they demanded taxpayer welfare.

The world has 7.6 billion people. We don’t need to import them to sell to them. This is not what smart countries do.

Back to the useful idiots:

Third, lower immigration rates affect levels of consumption. With one million fewer people entering Australia this year, there will be less demand for services and housing. This is leading to urgent calls for a return to immigration from within the construction sector.

Just like real GDP, who cares? Australians are more than just consumption units to feed the property industry and capitalists. Fewer people arriving will take the pressure off housing and infrastructure, improving living standards.

Back to the useful idiots:

Fourth, lower immigration rates may cause critical problems for the labour market in certain industries. Much of the horticulture and agriculture sector, for instance, was previously supported by working holiday makers. Farmers are now desperate for assistance, with a projected labour shortfall for summer harvests estimated to be 26,000 workers.

Attempts to mobilise Australian workers into these jobs have been largely unsuccessful, in part due to the low wages…

Real unemployment and underemployment are sky high in Australia:

Flooding an already oversupplied labour market with low-paid migrants will merely worsen the unemployment queues and drive wage growth down even further. It would be a disaster for Australia’s working class, while enriching the capitalist elites by growing the consumer base and lowering their wage costs.

Back to the useful idiots:

Fifth, fewer immigrants results in fewer people of working age contributing to the tax base. Many immigrants are generally under 45 and are here to work — either in skilled jobs or on working holiday visas. Losing large numbers of them means fewer people of working age in the population.

Of course, this assumes these people would be working during COVID-19. Research suggests temporary migrants are experiencing high rates of unemployment and homelessness during the pandemic, meaning they may not be working and contributing taxes as they normally would.

Importing more migrants to solve a fake population ageing problem is the equivalent of ‘can-kick economics’, because today’s migrants will also grow old, thus creating further ageing problems in 40 year’s time. Some will also bring in older family members.

Following on from my point above, increasing immigration will also create a bigger labour supply gap, resulting in higher unemployment and lower wages.

The key to Australia’s economic recovery rests in boosting productivity supplemented by improving labour force participation.

Lower population growth will reduce one of the major drags on Australia’s productivity: rising infrastructure bottlenecks and congestion. It would lower the Australian dollar (other things equal), rebalancing the economy away from ponzi growth towards productive tradeable growth. It would help to lift wages. And it would improve Australia’s current account, since Australia would import far less and the nation’s mineral wealth (and exports) would be shared among less people.

The reality is that mass immigration promotes ‘dumb’ growth, concentrated in urbanisation and household debt, and associated sectors benefit (think Big Property, Big Retail and banking). It benefits a small number of wealthy elites over the general population, increasing inequality.

Mass immigration comes with great, largely hidden public costs, such as congestion of public infrastructure and facilities paid for by existing residents. That is, the benefits of immigration are often privatised and the costs are often socialised.

Productivity enhancement and competitiveness is a far better economic model over the long run as it lower debts while boosting incomes per capita.

Again, the world has 7.6 billion people. We don’t need to import them to sell to them.

In summary, returning to the mass immigration ‘Big Australia’ policy post COVID will only further stifle productivity, worsen the unemployment queues and further depress wages, smashing Australia’s working class.

The Conversation should be ashamed of itself for publishing such blatant propaganda. The furious response from readers in the comments section speaks volumes.

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Comments

    • They just down comments the same day – usually they are open for 72 hours. A least there weren’t mass post deletions and banning threats as has happened before.

      • Generally I found that a comment that goes against an article on that site gets removed. It’s a PC site that can’t tolerate alternative perspectives.

        • Ditto The Guardian. These bastions of “free speech”, untrammelled by ownership by “press barons”, are far more doctrinaire than The Tele could ever dream of. Yet they feel entitled to dun you for subscriptions. As if.

      • Comments are open for 72 hours but may be closed early if there is a high risk of comments breaching our standards overloading our Politburu censors with sentiments that are deemed meddlesome to public order or otherwise violate our narrative

  1. Totes BeWokeMEMBER

    The volume of voters opposed to immigration is enormous.

    It’s ripe for the taking for a new aggressive party.

    Start with attacking the media, Greens and Labor for their betrayal of Australia, the environment and Australians.

      • Totes BeWokeMEMBER

        We’ve got a very big problem. Our country is being given to the elites via LNP and Labor.

        95% of Australians don’t understand Labor’s role in that.

        A desperate situation requires a desperate response. We need to get organised and leave the major 3 parties last and only vote for independents that oppose immigration and will also preference the majors last.

          • Haywood JablomyMEMBER

            And what exactly can you determine about my fight, fire, or spirit, from the fact that I acknowledge a simple factual observation?

            But yeah, keyboard warriors like you are changing the world.

          • Totes BeWokeMEMBER

            Too funny.

            You’re defeated before you put your armour on.

            Yes, keyboard warrior is better than nothing.

            My job precludes me from doing any more than I do, oh, and I’m rich and I’m okay Jack.

            My fight is for others. How noble huh. Like a warrior.

            BTW, my original comment wasn’t meant to offend, rather to stimulate some fire.

      • Jim's Central Banking

        But compared to what the yanks have our preference system is much more conducive to toppling the duopoly. The LNP and ALP have been bleeding first preferences for a while, and it is increasing.

        I much prefer our system because it at least enables a move away from the majors without completely wasting your vote.

        We just need to face up to the fact that the majority of Australia are quite happy with the status quo and will knock back any serious challenger if they think they might lose some of their Ponzi wealth.

        • Totes BeWokeMEMBER

          “We just need to face up to the fact that the majority of Australia are quite happy with the status quo”

          I don’t know about that. If young Australians knew what Labor are and abandoned them, it’d be all over for big Australia, and IMO 80% of Australians would cheer.

      • The problem is that people have not been encouraged to connect the dots between immigration and the issues that do concern them the most, although immigration certainly isn’t the only factor. I disagree that most people are happy with the status quo or derive any significant financial benefit from it. Our elite have a tremendously powerful propaganda machine in the mass media and the indoctrination that goes on in the schools. They can shape the narrative and convince people that there is no alternative, manufacture consent, withhold or downplay damaging information, and identify scapegoats, such as when the Murdoch press blames high electricity prices on renewable energy and not the gas cartel.

        Even so, a relatively small, determined group of people can do our rulers tremendous damage. All that we have to do is put the major parties last at each and every election and any other Big Australia candidates as close to the bottom as we can get them. The sitting member should go last of all. If enough people do this in marginal electorates, government will change hands at every election, and the politicians will learn that there is a personal price for betraying us and vandalising our environment.

        • Linking the dots is something the Brexit Party, or specifically Nigel Farage, managed to do very successfully, pretty much forcing the Tories to offer the referendum on the EU. I lived in the UK during this period and during every interview, Question Time appearance etc he rammed home the connection between immigration and GP queues, school places, housing costs . Just need a charismatic person with nothing to lose to step up and say it!

  2. Another progressive mouthpiece. They are like locusts – a plethora of them trying to dominate the narrative. Globalisation and mass immigration is good for YOU. Say it enough and it becomes truth.

  3. truthisfashionable

    The Cog Dis to write this sentence “the continued border closure affects our key exports, in particular international student arrivals.”

    Must be the only export where you end up with more of it in your warehouses.

  4. Jim's Central Banking

    In under three years immigration will be booming again. You’ve got your rate cuts. You’ll get the immigration next.

    I don’t care anymore. It can all burn.

    • Our hospital translators aren’t getting enough work. Our emergency room staff need more ungrateful migrants who think it’s beneath them to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ for the treatment they shouldn’t be getting.

  5. Yeah!
    See how real GDP and per capita GDP all went bad from 2000 when the traitor named Howard started mass Third World immigration.
    The mass Third World immigration program is the root cause of all Australia’s economic decline over the past 20 years – it must be stopped. (There was a Third World immigration program from mid 1970’s to 2000 but the program was much smaller)
    If your voting slip does not have a candidate that is opposed to the mass Third World immigration program, then get your named marked off, but do not vote for anyone.

    • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

      Nope it started earlier then that – the rot commenced in 1965 when the US changed its Immigration act and its ability to discriminate and all its client states then followed suit.

      If you look at EVERY chart that touches on citizen well being, in terms of society, they all started going backwards from that point on – from that moment on in the US wages ceased following productivity increases and have virtually seen no meaningful rises since the 1980s.

      Mass importation lower productivity people in order to create demand is a fools errand. Societies and economies around the world are a reflection of the composition of the people who make it up – there is no magic soil that instantly transforms a median African or Indian into a median European, which is what the population stock that made up both Australia and the US were mainly composed.

      Every policy change since the 1960s has simply been further incrimental opening of our society to people who have no wish to join or become us, but every desire to use what we’ve already established and built to further their own values and culture within our own. It has encouraged the siloing of communities and their cultural enclaves, as rather than become Australian like earlier waves of immigration, they are instead encouraged to hold onto their own cultural identity.

      Even worse, the constant propoganda fed to existing Australians, that they have no right to the country that their parents built, because it was ‘stolen’, and hence we must accept immigration from everywhere else in order to atone for our supposed sins, also fuels new arrivals sense of entitlement and justification for perpetuating their own culture and values over the tainted ones that belong to existing, colonial based Australians (by which I mean any people, including immigrants who migrated to Australia prior to the 1970’s and the adoption of MultiCult).

        • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

          A return to assimilation and integration policies would be the tonic that would cure so many wrongs in our society, and give it a chance to being put on the path of once again building a cohesive society capable of standing united against the excesses of the Corpratocracy.

        • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

          Very true, full of much of what I agree with:

          McCormack traces the bi-partisan dismantling of Australia’s traditionally restrictive immigration policy using the system’s own sources. (In passing, he refers to the significance of the year 1965 for both Australian and U.S. immigration policy.)

          If you haven’t already I recommend you have a read of the Occidental Observer’s “War on White Australia”and the role that Walter Lippmann and the J3wish community played in the 1950s and 1960s as architects in formulating and building the foundations of the MultiCult policies that Whitlam adopted when he formed Government:

          https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2012/08/18/the-war-on-white-australia-a-case-study-in-the-culture-of-critique-part-3-of-5/

          This was the motivation of those who pushed MultiCult, not a better Australia – but the perpetuation of their own values within Australia. To quote:

          Lippmann argued that “For a J3wish community to survive in the Australian environment, it is necessary that J3wish separateness be defined for and imbibed by coming generations.”Australian J3ws were to have their ethnic and cultural separateness strengthened and normalized through the power of government. J3wish ethnic identity was to be affirmed, and equivalences made between, for example, the J3wish and Greek ethnic Diasporas. For Lippmann, the future of the Australian J3wish community depended upon “a recognition of cultural pluralism in Australia.”

          Basically Lippman was outraged that the J3wish population began to fall in Australia, prior to the policies of MultiCult, because Aust J3ws were intergrating and assimilating. His rac!al biases saw this as a problem – he looked down on Australian culture and objected to the thought that someone moving to Australia was expected to become Australian, because he could not become Australian with its identity as a white christian nation, and retain his J3wish identity.

          Other parts also touch on the influence of the likes of Robert Manne and that creep Professor Andrew Markus, who admitted that the goal of MultiCult is the end of colonial Australia and a united Australian identity that was steeped in European values “It ends for you.”

      • Apart from a few extremely remote islands, there is no land on Earth that wasn’t stolen at some stage. The traditional human method of dealing with overpopulation is trying to drive off or kill your neighbours. Steven LeBlanc (professor of archaeology at Harvard) wrote a book, Constant Battles, that gives the archaeological evidence for this from all over the world. He has a nice map of American Indian languages in California, and shows from the distribution of language families that there were at least four waves of invasion into California, well before the arrival of any Europeans. There is, of course, no reason to think that the oldest group really are the descendants of the very first people to reach California.

        https://www.the-american-interest.com/2009/07/01/war-and-human-nature/

          • Your attitude is not far removed from attitudes about “childlike little brown brothers” in the 19th century. Invasion and dispossession are only bad when white people do it, because brown people lack agency. We can only afford to be horrified about such things because we have escaped (at least temporarily) from the Malthusian trap.

          • Pretty sure my sarcastic quip wasn’t saying any of that, but bravo for some impressive mental gymnastics getting some sort of rac1sm accusation in there.

      • If you look at EVERY chart that touches on citizen well being, in terms of society, they all started going backwards from that point on – from that moment on in the US wages ceased following productivity increases […]

        The productivity/wages divergence started a decade later in the mid-late ’70s.

        Even the goldbugs who want to blame it on the end of the gold standard don’t go any earlier than ~1973.

        • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

          Like termites, the impact of mass migration and cultural dysfunction takes time. One million new Mexicans in 1965 might not make much of an impact, but 30 million new Mexican migrants by 1975 might have a pretty large cumulative impact:

          https://twitter.com/search?q=US immigration chart&src=typed_query&f=video

          Ten years is a reasonable time to expect the negative impacts of high immigration and cultural dysfunction to start to manifest, which takes you smack into the middle of the 1970s, and the beginning of the excessive use of undocumented workers and the destruction of the Union movement.

          • According to that video, in 1975 Mexican-born immigrants totalled approx 1.6m, or around 0.7% of the USA’s population in 1975 of 216 million.

            You may believe that 3/4 of a percent of the population of almost entirely poor working class can significantly impact society, but I think that’s horsesh!t.

            Especially when they are outnumbered 2:1 by what I assume are “good” immigrants in the next 4 lines from Italy, Germany, Canada and the UK, totalling about 3.2m, to say nothing of the ~200 million native-born (assuming being born there is sufficient to be “OK” – probably not) Americans.

          • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

            The total cummulative hispanic population of America increased from 7m in 1960 to 155m today – it is the cummulative impacts.

            Did hispanic immigration cause the economic malaise of the 1970s – no, obviously not and it is typically disingenuous of yourself to suggest it. Did it play a part? Probably yes, at the margins, where undocumented workers and a cheaper pool of immigrant workers are able to directly compete against Uniionised workers in the US during the 1970s. So yes, immigration did contribibute to parts of the social maliase the describe the 1970s, and likewise cummulatively fed into the 1980s, the 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020’s – it is the cummulative impact and the fact that in many cases it has been highly localised.

            Look at California – it use to be as wh!te and as Republican as Texas back in the 1960s prior to the commencement of mass migration from Latin America. Now look at it where the hispanic population is now rising above 25% – it is taking on exactly the same tolerances, values and dysfunction, that typify most other large latin American cities. California use to be the the place where wh!te Americans moved to, now it the state that has the highest exodus as they are displaced, economically and culturally, within their own society.

            The only people to have prospered from the mass hispanic migration into America, have been the migrants, their children, the elites who feed off their demand, and their class of enablers typified by cosmopolitan (ie culturalless) liberal progressives such as yourself, who get a class of servants who can wait on them hand and foot, which they would otherwise be unable to afford. Everyone else has been displaced and suffered from competition, both economic and cultural.

          • The total cummulative hispanic population of America increased from 7m in 1960 to 155m today – it is the cummulative impacts.

            The “Hispanic” population of the US is about 60m.

            Which is a very, very different statement to “the Mexican-born population is X”. Or at least it is to sensible people.

            Did hispanic immigration cause the economic malaise of the 1970s – no, obviously not and it is typically disingenuous of yourself to suggest it.

            LOL.

            Nope it started earlier then that – the rot commenced in 1965 when the US changed its Immigration act and its ability to discriminate and all its client states then followed suit.

            If you look at EVERY chart that touches on citizen well being, in terms of society, they all started going backwards from that point on[…]

            Probably yes, at the margins, where undocumented workers and a cheaper pool of immigrant workers are able to directly compete against Uniionised workers in the US during the 1970s. So yes, immigration did contribibute to parts of the social maliase the describe the 1970s, and likewise cummulatively fed into the 1980s, the 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020’s – it is the cummulative impact and the fact that in many cases it has been highly localised.

            The problem was/is a reversal of all the economic policies that built modern America in the Golden Age of Capitalism post-WW2 until the mid-70s.

          • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

            Mainly nonsense except this part which I will agree with you on:

            The problem was/is a reversal of all the economic policies that built modern America in the Golden Age of Capitalism post-WW2 until the mid-70s.

            Culture matters, and it was the replacement of the cultural and intellectual elites of America that was a foundational factor behind the reversal of the policies that built modern America and its Golden age of capitalism.

          • Mainly nonsense

            Damn nonsense facts !

            Culture matters, and it was the replacement of the cultural and intellectual elites of America that was a foundational factor behind the reversal of the policies that built modern America and its Golden age of capitalism.

            Indeed. By the bloody Mexican immigrants !

          • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

            “Indeed. By the bloody Mexican immigrants !”

            Only with your limited imagination and ideology would ‘come back’ that work as a retort, as I’ve said many, many times – all immigrants aren’t the same, just like all population groups and societies aren’t the same.

            Hispanics as a population group just add ‘drag’ to the US as a society, not as much as adding Africans, but Hispanics aren’t the problem in terms of changing the US at the elite level – they aren’t the ones that seek to change a societies identity to both accommodate them and erase other challengers, that title belongs to another far more insidious group:

            https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2020/10/the-conversation-pumps-immigration-propaganda/#comment-4007507

          • Ah yes, I’d forgotten the brown people were allied with the j00s in the endless fight to destroy WASPs.

          • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

            Jucieys need their Golems, who are cheaper to employ than Shabbos Goy like yourself…. but weirdly in their tales the Golems always ends up killing those who created them.

            I’m sure there’s a lesson in there for American and Australia and maybe even yourself.

        • The move to a fiat money system was instrumental in destroying real wage increases for workers — classical economists understand why even if many contemporary economists don’t. But I’m sure there are other factors at work.

          • Stewie GriffinMEMBER

            The same cultural values that pushed for an end to a united national identity and opening immigration to all through MultiCult, also lie behind the end of sound money.

            The “neo” intellectual elite were in ascendancy right through the 50s and 60s, laying the intellectual ground work for the movement against sound money, via appropriately named “Monetarism” and the social change that delivered the adoption of a MultiCult immigration policy – No existing people or culture will ever wake up one day and say to itself “Hey, lets invite millions of people from other faiths and cultures to come and live within our society, participate of its bounties, but be under absolutely no compulsion to actually assume our identity and become of us.”

  6. 2.5 million TR / SCV
    Carefully filtered to be third world unskilled useless amoral useless parasites on pretext visas only here to live & work illegally and degrade our society.

    Plus 1.9 million PR – third world unskilled (87% are unskilled as dependent, on welfare or earning lower than an Australian average wage) and as a broad statement, just as useless and non contributing and non assimilating as the TR despite many being here for a decade or more.

    👉🏾All up a 4.4 million migrant intake mistake.

    We now have 1.4 million Chinese born communist Hukou onshore – 1.1 million are still on a PR or coming in on a TR or NZ scv..
    To a person / Chinese Hukou internal illegal peasants who are Chinese tier 1 city slum clearance actively exported to any country silly enough to let them in as the advance guard of Chinese colonisation and once a PR to be our social and financial burden.

    Over 850,000 Indians – highly needful, useless, non assimilating, Again invariably Indian slum clearance or rural poor & illiterates, packaged up with false doc, fake health checks, falsified visa pretexts.

    Then we have the north Asian Korean Japanese & Taiwanese end of life vice Workers & their petty criminal pimps.

    The abandoned mothers & bar girls of Thailand plus the cousin on a partner visa.

    The Malay, Chinese, Indian detritus of Malaysia.

    The offspring of the Bangladesh slums and rurals.

    Whole Nepalese villages of poor useless.

    The Africans, often war criminals, paying the UNHCR bribes and repackaged up with a new identity.

    The Middle Eastern fanatics.

    The Euro and UK low life trash.

    The spawn of the Brazilian San Paulo criminal class & Central American trash who can’t get across the US border.

    That’s what comes in.

    Don’t agree?
    Go look at the DHA stats, country of origin, gender, age & skills or pretext purpose to be in Australia.

    👉🏾Basically our intake filters are set to a ‘politically correct’ third world unskilled adult migrant and then to an aged and very aged unskilled and non assimilating downstream chain migration of parents, associated family and dependents.

    Concentration.
    93% of the 2.5 million TR migrants and 87% of the 1.9 million PR live in vast Sydney or Melbourne migrant slums – faithful recreations of their Guangzhou , Mumbai / Dhaka / Kathmandu / Cairo etc slums of origin.

    That’s 4 million non Australians (a PR or a TR is a foreign national non Australian) in 2 cities of 10.3 million. 40%.
    And trending to be every 2nd person a non Australians foreign national on a PR or TR.

    Effect on Australian gdp per capita

    🔻Lowered our Australia wages by 6.8.%
    🔻Lowered our gdp per capita by 5%
    🔻Created Australian unemployment or under employed (youth or mature age) of over 2 million as the migrant PR and then the larger TR created their $100 billion plus black economy – cash in hand, third world wages and conditions and casualisation, labour rings.
    🔻Mass over load on public services, power, water
    🔻Environment impact
    🔻Congestion
    🔻Filth & squalor
    🔻Take over of Australian housing.
    Over 800,000 modest Australian dwellings ruthlessly acquired by foreign criminal syndicates, as a dirty money safe haven (migrant PR used as a proxy to avoid FIRB), and as a cash goldmine in renting out the dwelling to now house migrant PR & TR migrants in subtlet cash in hand bunk share squalor.
    Huge swathes of Sydney & Melbourne now foreign owned migrant renter zones.

    The Australian lower socioeconomic renters who used to live in that housing?
    Kicked out or made homeless (we have 116,000 permanent Australian homeless & over 340,000 seeking affordable housing) and inflated rent for anyone trying to find a place to live.

    🔻Education. The Migrant intake destroyed Australia education both in quality and as an entitlement for any Australians.
    Our education quality fell 10 places globally and the costs and fees went thru the roof as as our education sector prostituted itself as a migrant guestworker visa alibi.

    -/-

    And that describes the issue, but what to do about it.

    🔹We can’t do much about the 1.9 million PR.
    I would remove their pension / centrelink and Medicare entitlement or just match it to their third country of origin as a equivalent, and they do not get the full pension, welfare or Medicare until they are citizens.

    🔹But the 2.5 million TR?

    We can do something about that.

    ▪️865,000 foreign students & partners, but only a tiny fraction maybe 40,000 doing genuine post grad education.
    Pay the full course fees upfront.
    Monthly checks on their funds and sources of income, declarations of where they live & who they pay rent to for ATO landlord income matching.
    Deportation if they don’t attend or pass courses.
    Remove Vice as a legal source of income.

    ▪️The 690,000 NZ SCV – only a NZ born citizen can gain entry to Australia on a SCV. All of the 340,000 non NZ burn third world rubbish NZ let in to be deliberately trafficked into Australia – sent back to NZ.

    ▪️290,000 protection visas – fast tracking of appeals at the current 90% rejection rate, no work rights or appeal.

    ▪️150,000 skilled visas & dependents, review the 70,000 or so skilled, only 5,000 are genuinely skilled above Australia average wage – deport the rest plus the dependents.

    ▪️170,000 Back packer & working holiday but 90% never get out of Melbourne or Sydney and they all pay agents & the farmers in widespread fraud to say they did rural work for a visa extension..
    Electronic tagging location tracking.
    Excluded from being in Sydney and Melbourne.

    ▪️Investment visas (widely frauded) Cancel the lot.

    And so on.

    Funds and activity checks on all TR.
    Monthly reporting to the local police on their funds, their income, where they live exactly and what they are doing in Australia (just like in China).

    👉🏾And that cleans out about 2 million TR / SCV.

    Who should never have been allowed in the first place

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