Diversity not division. But Australia is headed the other way. When six former prime ministers joined to warn that Australia’s successful emergence from the internal religious and racial hatred and violence generated by the Hamas terrorist attacks ‘depends on us not allowing conflict overseas to turn Australians against each other’, they inadvertently pointed to a risk that their own immigration policies helped to create – policies that have changed the very nature of Australia without ever being referred to the Australian people for endorsement.
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