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Aussie Life

Aussie life

2 April 2022

9:00 AM

2 April 2022

9:00 AM

According to our National Archives, the aim of the Immigration Restriction Act, aka the White Australia Policy, was ‘to limit non-white (particularly Asian) immigration to Australia, to help keep Australia British’. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the revisionists in our schools and universities, and their lazy friends in the mainstream media, many Australians now conflate this legislative embarrassment with the marginalisation of Aboriginals, whose own immigration ended 50,000 years earlier, when the isthmus connecting Cape York to Papua New Guinea sank beneath the Torres Strait.

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