The bleating over the Morrison Government’s call for temporary visa holders that cannot support themselves to “go home” continues, with ‘Big Australia’ mouthpiece for the ANU, Liz Allen, claiming temporary migrants are vital to help the economy through the coronavirus, while immediately contradicting herself by arguing they should receive welfare support: She said Australia “desperately needed” migrants to … Continue reading Temporary visas must respond to economic conditions
The White Australia policy (1901–1973) was, while it lasted, a hugely successful attempt to preserve the genetic and cultural legacy of the founding racial stock of the nation. It was also an industrial relations policy designed to prevent the capitalist class from flooding the Australian economy with cheap labor. This was a key part of … Continue reading Cheap Labour Importation Schemes
After the recent UK general elections which resulted in a Conservative majority, which will lead to the UK finally leaving the EU. At the time of writing this article, the UK hasn't left just yet, however, what got the noggin' joggin' about the whole Brexit event is what'll happen after? Given how the UK has … Continue reading After Brexit, what could happen next?