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G’Day! ‘Throw a shrimp on the barbie’, or whatever. My Australian English is, alas, a little too stereotypical to convince anybody. The cause of my lapse into Antipodean theatrics is the emerging evidence that, even in 2014, after almost 70 years of mixed-racialism, British politicians have not yet quite plumbed the potential depths of silliness, stupidity and ineptitude humanly possible when it comes to finding new and novel ways to distract the British public from the real issues in society. Since 2005, when then-Tory leader Michael Howard first raised the matter as an electoral palliative in lieu of an actual policy, Establishment politicians across the political spectrum (including UKIP) have tried to convince the public that what we need to do to tackle immigration is emulate modern Australia and its so-called ‘points system’.
The latest high-profile, half-witted exponent of this emerging new field of study, that I will presumptively christen ‘Kangaroo Studies’, is London Mayor Boris Johnson, who shared his thoughts on this increasingly popular subject in an interview with the BBC’s Leftist mouthpiece Andrew Marr. If Johnson’s performance in the exchange is anything to go by, I think it is safe to say that he is not much of an expert in Kangaroo Studies. The galactic nitwit said that the UK needs a “points-based system” akin to Australia and America to control immigration, “or whatever”. The interviewer, Marr, cast aside the usual journalistic impartiality and chipped in affirmatively:
“Sure…..you mean depending on education and skills being brought in, that kind of thing is what you’re after.”
Andrew knows Boris’ mind better than Boris knows himself it seems. The two of them are also concerned about border control:
Of course, this is not the same issue as immigration, though the two matters are closely-related. Arguments about border control, monitoring the number of immigrants and concern over borderless free movement within the EU are, I would suggest, more about media talking points than getting to the nub of the issue, which is really to do with race, capitalism and economics.
Governments, whether working nationally or co-operating supra-nationally, cannot control human migration flows effectively. This is because mass non-white migration from the Third World to the West is the result of capitalism, globalisation and economics, and the acceptance of these non-whites as immigrants to the West is the result of a lack of racial cohesion within liberal Western societies. The talking points recycled in the popular media about border controls, Marxoid Left-focused conspiracy theories, Jews, feminists, the EU…sorry, EUSSR….and whatever – while having some basis in truth, are more properly understood as childish distractions designed to occupy the minds of a febrile and infantile general public, including right-wing pseudo-intellectuals, who need abstractions to blame.
If politicians were honest, they would admit they have little or no control over these matters, and frankly do not understand the causes of immigration any more than they understand, or can control, the technical causes of weather. But they aren’t honest. That’s because they’re not allowed to be. The public won’t let them be honest. Dumb whites want to understand the world in emotional rather than intellectual terms, and so explanations are disseminated by politicians, business people, policy-makers and so on that contribute to ignorance rather than understanding. The radical new field of Kangaroo Studies is just the latest innovation in sheer silliness and stupidity, designed for the masses to lap up their own stupefaction.
A classic in the stupefaction genre is the latest missive from Peter Hitchens. That’s because the purpose of Mr. Hitchens is stupefaction. A ‘Huge Story’ “breaks” without anyone bothering to notice or remark on it, Mr. Hitchens tell us. The ‘story’ is that politicians and their advisers and helpers have been lying to us for years about immigration. What Mr. Hitchens doesn’t grasp is how the public are complicit in political dishonesty. Lying is what politicians are for. That’s what they are elected to do. This is so that the average member of the public can continue to live in a kind of extended childhood rather than face up to real, dangerous political choices with actual risks and consequences that would have to be weighed-up and considered. That is the essence of the liberal mind: an infantile desire to live in a consequence-free environment, in which choice is reduced to whatever feels good. Mr. Hitchens – a liberal posing as a conservative – is not quite the apotheosis of the tendency, but his determination to distract his readers and stop them grasping the nettle is apparent. Mr. Hitchens blames things on devious or naive politicians. He monsterises and demonises individual political figures, thus encouraging the myth that the public should rely on ‘leaders’ to save them while also discouraging attempts to think about problems such as immigration in terms of a social system. In Hitchens’ worldview, the key social issues are shorn of causation and everything is reduced to gossip and micro-conspiracy.
This type of perspective dominates public debate and permeates into the way that people think about society. It’s common, for instance, for people to invoke the principles of Kangaroo Studies in their office or home discussions about immigration, saying that immigrants should be skilled and we only want people who come here to work and integrate and so on. These talking points are the preoccupations of those who want to persuade the indigenous white population to vote itself out of existence. Yet interest in the new discipline of Kangaroo Studies is growing in popularity. Here is an obscure Northern Irish councillor on the subject recently:
A DUP councillor has claimed that the Portadown-Craigavon area cannot continue to be “swamped” by foreign nationals.
Mr Buckley was questioning Alderman Hatch’s recent analysis that foreign nationals were “positive” for the town. “There is no doubt that people like doctors, nurses and care workers, plus highly-qualified technicians, are a great boon to the area,” he said.
“But there must be strict criteria and border control, and not the free-for-all that exists now. There should be points system – as in Australia – which would attract qualified personnel to the required and specialist fields.”
“…I agree with everything that Nigel [Farage] has said and we need an Australian-type immigration system.”
Australia’s immigration system uses a points system that requires visa applicants to meet minimum health requirements. Mr Farage has spoken before of adopting a similar system to control unskilled migration in the UK should Ukip ever win the general election.
He [Farage] said in July: “The Aussies have a points system and they say to come to Australia you must be under 45 years of age, you must have a skill or a trade that will bring a benefit to our country.
“They say if you have a life threatening disease, I’m sorry but we can’t accommodate you. They say if you have a serious criminal record we won’t have you […] This is exactly what we should be doing.”
So if you’re a skilled Nigerian banker, presumably you’ll fit in just fine with UKIP’s immigration policies. Better still, as Nigeria is a member of the Commonwealth, you might even enjoy preferential treatment, if what some UKIP representatives have been saying is anything to go by.
The official basis of justification for a points-based immigration system is that countries have ‘skills shortages’, but I am suspicious of the notion. I believe that most immigration has more to do with the short-term needs of big business, combined with problems in the sending countries, rather than any need to address supposed skill gaps in the host population. I also find it difficult to believe that even a country like Australia has such a pressing shortage of skilled workers and professionals that it actually needs to import labour from other continents. Why not focus more on training the existing population? I believe that for a country such as the UK, the notion looks even more silly.
Enoch Powell thought we were so short of nurses, he started importing non-whites in great numbers, but we have a sufficient labour pool in this country for all manner of trades and occupations. We always have. The whole scheme is just a scam to save money, boost profits and destroy working class solidarity. It offers the advantage for governments that most people will unthinkingly accept the idea that if immigrants are to come here at all, then they should be skilled because this, it is assumed, will make them more valuable to society. Yet it is just as likely that the importation of skilled workers will create more problems than it solves, by causing friction in society.
No account is made of the aspirations of the indigenous white population, especially youngsters, who might want a trade or a professional career but are denied this chance because we prefer to import students and professionals to take their place. How many well-qualified young people in this country are being denied places at medical and veterinary schools and other prestige courses due to non-white immigration of students and professionals who have qualified elsewhere?
There are also implications for older people who are established in their trades and vocations and whose wages/salaries and livelihoods might be harmed by skilled immigration.
UKIP’s policy of a points system is a stupid policy designed to appeal to stupid people who want some justification for their innate liberalism and treachery. UKIP is a traitors’ party. It is a sugar-flavoured palliative for people who, deep down, intend to do nothing about the problems in this country other than say they are voting for a palatable-sounding party and “only want skilled immigrunts, innit“.
There is also the race issue to consider, arguably the most important issue of all. Even if we were to accept that having skilled immigrants who address certain labour shortages is beneficial economically, this doesn’t address the social and cultural problems of introducing non-white populations into the West. It doesn’t matter what skills the incomers have, if they are not assimilable and if immigration policies are not applied according to a racial template, then all we are doing is storing up problems for the future.
And don’t we have enough talented young white people who could qualify as doctors, nurses and teachers? I mean, really, does anyone think we are lacking for a talent pool among young whites?
The whole situation is completely ridiculous and politicians like the assorted idiots quoted above just exist to muddy the waters. That’s quite apart from the fact that their objections to immigration – if the carefully-nuanced public utterances of the modern politician on this subject could be characterised as ‘objections’ at all – normally have a tacit anti-white basis, in that they centre around bullying white Eastern Europeans, who seem to be an easy and popular target, despite the fact that they are assimilable. I can understand and sympathise with the need to preserve discrete white ethnies and the ethnic integrity of traditional European nations, but we have bigger problems now: the masses of non-whites who will, in time, overrun Europe and wipe out Western civilisation and white identity for good.
The real Antipodean marsupial is famous for an ethological curiosity. When angry or fearful, the kangaroo thumps its tail on the ground, sending the rest of its group (‘mob’) of kangaroos into frenzied retreat. Britain is already a kangaroo country, dominated by its own frenzied mob of zero-conscious, Pavlovian, tin pot reactionaries, who scatter at the thump of the kangaroo’s tail because they have no racial or class-based understanding of society, nor any consciousness of the ‘system as a system’. Those who want to live in a real country should consider where their true loyalties lie. The proper loyalty of a rational, conscious individual is to himself and his own self-interest. He should reject organisations and abstractions that do not serve him. That is the first step to a world of meaning and consequence. ‘Border controls’, ‘fitting in’, ‘points systems’ and ‘integrating’ are the preoccupations of the hordes of imbeciles who have not the courage for a life of consequence.