Diversity threatens Australian identity - Gary Johns

Former Labor politician Gary Johns questions the wisdom of diversity.

Gary Johns, Migration control an important tool of national social policy:
SAVING one refugee is humane: saving one million refugees is almost certainly not. Large numbers of refugees, or migrants not carefully chosen, can change the nature of the host country, to its detriment. If Australia were to consist of a mix of Iraqs, Irans, Afghanistans, Syrias, Somalias, it would no longer be Australia.

Refugee advocates can never summon the courage to answer the question of how many is too many. Instead, they hide behind the particular instance, always ignoring the big picture. Governments, on behalf of all Australians, cannot ignore the big picture...

Permanently rising cultural diversity runs the risk of undermining mutual regard.
File under: rhetorical questions.

(via Andrew Bolt)


  1. Good article by Gary Johns. It's great to see someone breaking the silence. I just hope he notices that the biggest group changing Australia "to its detriment" will be our massive Asian population, more so than refugees, although refugees are definitely a more conspicuous problem at this point in time.

  2. Reading between the lines, I think Gary Johns is calling for an end to Muslim immigration. But you're right, Asians are here in far greater numbers than Muslims, and pose their own risks to social cohesion and national security.