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The Asianisation of Australia: volume 1, References



References


1. The Radical Nationalist (Bulletin of the National Republican Movement), Number 9, September 1996, p. 4.
2. Haley, Ken. "Blainey Renews Attack On Immigration Policy", The Age, 28 April 1984.
3. Birrell, Robert. "Migrant Figures", Australian Society, June 1985, p. 30.
Blainey, Geoffrey. All for Australia, Methuen Haynes, North Ryde, NSW, 1984, pp. 94-100.
Button, Jane. "Increase In Skilled Migration Will Boost European Influx", The Australian, 31 May 1984.
Bunk, Steve. "Immigration Laws Alter the Profile of Australia", The Australian, 5 January 1984.
Haley, Ken. "Blainey Renews Attack On Immigration Policy", The Age, 28 April 1984.
4. West, Stewart. Speech to the House of Representatives on 7 March 1984, edited extract reprinted in The Age, 20 March 1984, p. 11.
5. Blainey. All for Australia, Methuen Haynes, North Ryde, NSW, 1984, pp. 96-98.
6. "Refugee Intake to Fall; More UK Migrants", The Australian, 24 April 1985.
7. Blainey, Geoffrey. All For Australia, p. 89.
Mohajer, John. "Counting the Cost of Multiculturalism", The Record, Spring 1995, p. 5.
8. Blainey, Geoffrey. All For Australia, pp. 103-119, 156.

9. Department of Immigration. Policy Control Instruction. Series: Refugees & International; Number: PC 39; Index Subject: Vietnam; Date: 2 Aug 1982; File Reference 82/95108. (Author's note: This Policy Control Instruction favours Vietnamese).
Department of Immigration. Policy Control Instruction. Series: Executive; Number: PC 207; Index Subject: Lebanon; Date: 8 Sep 1983; File Reference 83/95233. (Author's note: This Policy Control Instruction favours Lebanese).
Department of Immigration. Policy Control Instruction. No. PC 1002; Date Of Issue: 1/12/83; File No.: 82/78664, 82/79070; Title: Family Migration Sponsorship - Processing and Pre-Selection. (Author's note: This Policy Control Instruction favours Vietnamese).

The author holds copies of all of the above documents, however, there is no telling how many other directives have been issued that discriminate against Europeans, and in favour of Asians. Certainly, we will never know how many verbal instructions have been given to use greater "discretion" in admitting Vietnamese, or any other Asians.

10. Trood, Russell; and McNamara, Deborah (eds). The Asia-Australia Survey 1994, Macmillan Education Australia, South Melbourne, 1994, p. 290.
11. Armitage, Catherine. "Immigration To Rise Next Year", The Australian, 6 December 1994, pp. 1-2.
12. 1966 Census of Population and Housing, 30 June 1966, Commonwealth of Australia, Volume 1: Population: Single characteristics. Part 11: Race, Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics, Canberra, (1971), p. 10-11, Table No. 1: "Population , by Race: Australia, Censuses, 1933 to 1966".

13. Notwithstanding the ancestry question in the 1986 census, which was meant to determine the ethnicity of the population, but was not conducted so as to properly determine racial background. The ancestry question was not well- defined, and therefore received a response that was too inaccurate for an overall view.

As Charles Price and Patricia Pyne explained, "Earlier censuses used to publish racial statistics relating to "full blood" and "half-caste" persons in considerable detail; the 1947 census, for example, listed some 25 racial categories, ranging from Afghan to West Indian, and cross classified 21 of these by country of birth. In the 1960's, however, with the growth of feelings that statistics of race reflected attitudes, policies and practices of race prejudice and discrimination, the race questions came under fire and were gradually cut back. The 1976 census coded only six racial categories - Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, European, Chinese, Pacific Islander, Other - and these did not distinguish between "full blood" and "half-caste". In 1981 there will be no race question at all - simply a question as to whether a person identifies as an Aborigine (or Torres Strait Islander) or not.

Price, Charles and Pyne, Patricia. "Foreign Born Persons in the 1976 Census", in: Price, Charles A. (ed.) Australian Immigration: A Bibliography and Digest, The Australian National University, Canberra, 1979, p. A47.

14. Price, Charles A. "Australia As Intermediary With Asia: A Demographic View", Journal of Intercultural Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1, 1993, p. 30.
15. See table in Volume 2: "Estimated Asian Population in Australia".
16. Price, Charles A. "Australia As Intermediary With Asia: A Demographic View", Journal of Intercultural Studies, Volume 14, Number 1, 1993, p. 31.
Jenkins, David. "Our Asian Future Is Closer Than We Thought", The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 May 1990, p. 1.
Jenkins, David. "2001: Our Race Odyssey", The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 May 1990, p. 71, 76.
17. Ruthven, Phil. "Question: Can We Live With 150 Million People?", The Age, 14 April 1991, p. 15.
18. The Macquarie Dictionary, Second Revision, The Macquarie Library, Macquarie University, NSW, 1987, p. 733 (defining a "generation" as a span of 30 years).
Maslen, Geoffrey. "Prophet of Gloom", The Age Good Weekend Magazine, 3 September 1994, pp. 15-16.
19. Armitage, Catherine. "Policy Makers Should Just Go With the Flow", The Australian, 22 April 1995.
20. 1945 and 1966 estimates from the Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics; cited in: 1966 Census of Population and Housing, 30 June 1966, Commonwealth of Australia, Volume 1: Population: Single characteristics. Part 11: Race, Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics, Canberra, (1971), p. 10-11, Table No. 1: "Population , by Race: Australia, Censuses, 1933 to 1966".
1991 and 2020 estimates from Charles Price; cited in: Price, Charles A. "Australia As Intermediary With Asia: A Demographic View", Journal of Intercultural Studies, Volume 14, Number 1, 1993, p. 31.
2090 estimate from Phillip Ruthven; cited in: Armitage, Catherine. "Policy Makers Should Just Go With the Flow", The Australian, 22 April 1995.
21. Elliott, Michael. "The White Asians: Don't Count Them Out", The Bulletin (Newsweek section), 30 November 1993, p. 64.
22. Fraser, Malcolm. "One Nation, One Notion", The Age, 8 July 1997, p. A13.
23. Rimmer, Stephen. "Counting the $7 Billion Cost of Multiculturalism", The Age, 30 June 1991, p. 15.

24. With the exception that it will be denied by liberal-internationalists, who always deny the bad effects of everything they do (even when they eventuate); or they will deny that it is a bad thing for the Australian people to be destroyed (in the interests of "global humanity" and the eventual aim of "coffee-coloured people by the score").

25. The Establishment will never allow a referendum on the subject of immigration. However, in the interests of exploring the issue further, if it ever did allow such a referendum, then either one of two tactics would be used:

1) The referendum question would be worded in such a way as to render voting against immigration almost unthinkable, for example: "Do you want to stop the poor, starving people of Asia to ever have the opportunity for a better life, by stopping them from coming to Australia?". Of course, this would not be the exact wording, but you can see the point being made. Most certainly the propaganda put out by the government and the media would follow such a line, in order to pull at the emotional heart-strings of the Australian public, in order to convince them to vote against their better judgement. Also, the propaganda line that has been pushed in the educational system since the 1960s (and particularly since the early 1980s) has indoctrinated and "brainwashed" a large portion of students, many of whom will now be of voting age. It should also not be forgotten that Racial Vilification laws would be used, by threat and by action, in order to stop the efforts of Australians campaigning against immigration during such a referendum.

2) The Establishment could leave the holding of such a referendum until such time as when a large part of the population in Australia is non-European (full-bloods and otherwise), which - supplemented by the White liberal- internationalist minority (which would have been expanded by the long-standing indoctrination of students) - will be able to deliver a majority in favour of immigration.

26. Barnard, Michael. "Where a Plebiscite is Essential", The Age, 14 February 1984.
27. "Newspoll", The Australian, 3 February 1988, p. 2.
28. Cited in: Bennett, John. Your Rights 1986, Australian Civil Liberties Union, Carlton, 1988, p. 76.
29. Bennett, John. Your Rights 1994, Australian Civil Liberties Union, Carlton, 1994, p. 14.
30. Collins, Carolyn; and Eccleston, Roy. "Pact with Libs Dictated Policy, Says Hawke", The Australian, 25 May 1993.
"Immigration and Bipartisanship" (editorial), Sydney Morning Herald, 26 May 1993, p. 18.
McDonnell, Dan. "Hawke Reveals Political 'Pact'", Herald Sun, 25 May 1993 (later edition), p. 4.
31. Signy, Helen. "Voters the Libs Forgot: Migrant Aussies", Sydney Morning Herald, 26 May 1993, p. 1.
32. Fraser, Malcolm. "Why Racial Hatred Hurts Us All", The Age, 23 October 1997, p. A15.
33. Hawke, Bob. "Resisting the Rallying Call of Fear", The Age, 9 September 1988, p. 11-12.
34. Collins, Carolyn; and Eccleston, Roy. "Pact With Libs Dictated Policy, Says Hawke", The Australian, 25 May 1993.
35. McGregor, Richard. "Department Planned to Infiltrate TV Soapies to Counter Racist Attitudes", The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 April 1985, p. 3.

36. "The Dark Side Of Beauty", Toorak Times, 2 May 1990, p. 14.
Eden, Millie. "Ads For A Racial Rainbow", The Herald, 10 December 1989, p. 29.
Mabry, Marcus; and Adams, Rhonda. "A Long Way From Aunt Jemima", The Bulletin, 5 September 1989, pp. 78- 79.

It was the very obvious use by Myer of disproportionate numbers of Asian and other coloured children in their retail advertising that first drew the attention of many people to this anti-Australian practice in 1985 (note: it should be recognised that this is an anti-Australian practice as such deliberate disproportionate use of Asian/coloured child models is clear discrimination against Australian child models of European background). Invariably, this practice is predominant with child models, rather than adult models, which can usually be seen in the retail catalogues on the pages advertising children's clothes - perhaps the advertisers see "cute" children as acceptable to Australian consumers, whereas the use of adult models may be more unacceptable and provide consumer discomfort or even a consumer backlash.

In 1985 this practice received publicity, due to the campaign carried out against it by Australian National Action (refer: Ultra (Bulletin of Australian National Action), No. 27, 1985, pp. 4-5). Some "classical" examples of the practice come from that year:

Myer advert, The Sun, 21 March 1985, p. 18:
7 children - 3 white, 4 non-white.

Myer advert, The Sun, 22 May 1985, p. 29:
3 children - 2 white, 1 non-white.

Myer's Impressions In Wool catalogue (only one page for children's clothes - p. 24, the back cover):
8 children - 4 white, 4 non-white.

Myer's Directions: Winter 85 catalogue (only two pages for children's clothes - pp. 24-25):
13 children - 7 white, 6 non-white.

All of which is pretty incredible, considering that the white population at that time was around 90-95% (following which, non-white children would have only randomly appeared as 1 or 2 amongst every 20 child models).

Note (as at December 1996): Myer still continue this practice of disproportionately using Asian/coloured child models. Target has consistently done the same over several years; a study of Target retail catalogues covering the period of January 1996 to May 1996 confirms that this practice continues with that retail chain.

37. Bennett, John. Your Rights 1988, Australian Civil Liberties Union, Carlton, 1988, p. 87.
38. Bennett, John. Your Rights 1987, Australian Civil Liberties Union, Carlton, 1987, pp. 76-77.
39. Bennett, John. Your Rights 1987, pp. 76-77.
Bennett, John. Your Rights 1988, p. 88.
40. Zuckerman, Laurence. "Aiming Beyond White Readers", Time, 19 December 1988, p. 49.
41. Adams, Phillip. "Soapies: Washing Away the Barriers", The Bulletin, 2 July 1985, p. 60.
Bennett, John. Your Rights 1988, p. 88.
42. Limbaugh III, Rush H. The Way Things Ought To Be, Pocket Books (Simon and Schuster), New York, 1992, p. 269.
43. Dunstan, Kate. "Minister Hides Racism Report", The Age, 14 June 1979, p. 19.
44. Armstrong, Caroline. "Race Bigotry Survey Condemns Half State", The Australian, 25 June 1979.
45. Armstrong, Caroline. "Race Bigotry Survey Condemns Half State", The Australian, 25 June 1979.
46. Rissen, J.R. "The Boat People: Australia's Replacement", Nation Review, April 1981, p. 14.
47. Wild, Ronald. "Researchers: Do They Have Rights?", Australian Society, December 1984, p. 28.
48. Lane, Terry. "Look Behind the Racist Label For the Truth", The Sunday Age, 3 June 1990.
49. Ragg, Mark. "Muzzles For the Mind", The Bulletin, 9 February 1993, pp. 34-36.
50. Henningham, John. "The Hack's Progress", Time, 11 January 1993, p. 45.
51. Bagnall, Diana. "Minds In Neutral", The Bulletin, 20 October 1992, p. 22.
52. Batties, Rebecca. "24 Colleagues Disagree With Blainey", The Age, 19 May 1984.
Grutzner, Anna. "Blainey Hits At Demo Stirrers", The Herald, 19 June 1984.
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Robertson, I.G. "Danger in the Asian Debate", The Australian, 24 May 1984.
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53. Collins, Carolyn; and Eccleston, Roy. "Pact With Libs Dictated Policy, Says Hawke", The Australian, 25 May 1993.
54. Gleeson, Andrew. "Government Will Take More Care To Screen Out Racist S Africans", The Age, 25 July 1986, p. 15.
House of Representatives. Hansard, 3 June 1987, p. 3938.
55. Carswell, Phil. "An Activities Course In Rights", The Victorian Teacher, August 1984, pp. 35-36 (re. Ralph Pettman's book, Teaching For Human Rights).
Carswell, Phil. "Anti-Racism. What To Do", The Victorian Teacher, August 1984, pp. 40-41.
Lees, Caroline. "Attacking Racism Early", The Bulletin, 16 August 1988, p. 24.
McRae, David. "Agents Of Change", The Victorian Teacher, August 1984, pp. 37-38 (re. the six-part TV series, The Migrant Experience).
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56. McGregor, Peter. "Global Tolerance" (letter), The Bulletin, 6 June 1989, p. 18.
57. Barker, Geoffrey. "When Careers Depend On Politics, Not Performance", The Age, 25 July 1991, p. 13.
58. Fraser, R B. "Internationalism" (advertisement), Diamond Valley News, 13 August 1997, p. 7.
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60. Lipski, Sam. "Leaders in the Limelight", Bulletin, 13 September 1988, p. 104.
61. Grattan, Michelle. "Does Robert Ray Have the Right Stuff?", The Age, 29 August 1988, p. 13.
62. House of Representatives. Hansard, 8 May 1984, p. 2000.
63. House of Representatives. Hansard, 3 June 1988, p. 3263.
64. Uhlmann, Mark. "From the Editor", The Record, Spring Issue, No. 3 for 1994, p. 1.

65. The Establishment proclaims "democracy" and "freedom of speech" when such posturing serves its purpose, and for ordinary matters these ideals are basically observed, but when its liberal-internationalist creed is threatened - then its "true colours" are revealed.

As one writer has pointed out: "What's the difference between a Nazi fascist and a Liberal-Internationalist fascist? The answer is that one believes he is "right" and uses the power of the State to oppress his opponents (the fascist theory and usage of "might is right"), while the other believes he is "right" and uses the power of the State to oppress his opponents (the fascist theory and usage of "might is right"). Get the picture?"

While the System claims it is democratic, it actually has a hidden tyrannical, or quasi-fascist, nature. This is why it deliberately continues mass Asian immigration, even when it is widely known that most Australians oppose it; and this is why they try to silence, or crush, the activities of Australian patriots and nationalists, because they fear the potential of these groups.

"First they came for the Australian nationalists, but I did not speak up ... ".

The Radical Nationalist, Number 9, September 1996, p. 6.

66. Dow, Steve. "Proud Young Australian Accuses Hanson of Inciting Hate", The Age, 29 January 1998, p. A5.
Masanauskas, John(?). "Insult Ruined his Rosy View", Herald Sun, 23 October 1996, p. 14.
67. Campbell, Graeme. "Abuse of Nation's Tolerance" (letter), Herald Sun, 14 October 1996, p. 20.

68. It is these liberal-internationalists that are the cause of Asianisation, as well as the cause for so many of Australia's other ills. It is these people who should be politically targeted by those opposing Asianisation. Asian immigrants are generally not at fault here, they are just taking advantage of a "good deal" put in front of them; they are just a symptom, rather than the cause, of the problem.

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See also similar comments made by Bolkus:
Armitage, Catherine. "Immigration To Rise Next Year", The Australian, 6 December 1994, pp. 1-2.
Armitage, Catherine. "Policy Makers Should Just Go With the Flow", The Australian, 22 April 1995.
156. Speech made by Paul Keating at the Australian Chinese Forum in Sydney on 12 October 1995; cited in: Australians Against Further Immigration Party. "Editorial", Australians Against Further Immigration Newsletter, January 1996, p. 3.
157. Keating, Paul. "Seek Security in Asia, Not Against It", The Age, 19 October 1995, p. 17.
158. "Australia and Asia: Taking the Long View" ("Address by Mr Alexander Downer, MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs, to the Foreign Correspondents' Association, Sydney, 11 April 1996"), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 1996, available on the Internet (http://www.dfat.gov.au/pmb/speeches/fa_sp/asia- long.html).
159. Wood, Leonie. "PM Deals A Losing Asia Hand: Crown", The Age, 17 October 1997, p. 1A.
160. Hewett, Jennifer. "Downer Bid for UN Group Shift", The Age, 4 October 1997, p. A19.
161. Hewett, Jennifer. "US Urged to Take Lead in Asia", The Age, 9 October 1997, p. A10.
162. Pervan, Dr. Ralph. "Opening Address By Dr. Ralph Pervan, Chairman of the Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission of Western Australia Given at the 7 December 1984 Session of the FECCA National Congress", in: Proceedings of the First National Congress, Sixth National Conference and Annual General Meeting of the Federation of Ethnic Communities' Councils of Australia Inc.: 3 - 9 December, 1984, p. 139.
163. Baker, Mark. "Keating Finds a New Friend", The Age, 20 January 1996, p. 23.
Baker, Mark. "Mahathir Vows To Block Australia", The Age, 26 February 1996, p. A8.
Cumming, Fia. "Mahathir Hits At PM", Herald Sun, 17 December 1995, p. 3.
164. Barker, Geoffrey. "Australia's Strategic Players Tip-Toe Around Mahathir", The Australian Financial Review, 28 October 1994, p. 19.
165. Edwards, Ken. "The True Believer", Time, 28 November 1994, p. 34.
166. Jenkins, David. "Through Asian Eyes", Sydney Morning Herald, 2 November 1996, p. 4S (Spectrum section).
167. Edwards, Ken. "The True Believer", Time, 28 November 1994, p. 34.
168. Arbouw, John; Jacques, Bruce. "It's Official - We're Part of Asia", Australian Business Monthly, August 1994, pp. 66-71.
169. "Why We Must Not Lose Our Way On Race", The Sydney Morning Herald, 2 November 1996, p. 1.
170. Trioli, Virginia. "Straight Shooter", in The Age, 28 June 1997, p. 6 (Saturday Extra supplement).
171. Sheridan, Greg. Living With Dragons: Australia Confronts Its Destiny, Allen & Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW, 1995, pp. 5, 15-16.
172. Mellor, Bill; and Ricketson, Matthew. "Suburbanasia!", Time, 8 April 1991, p.20.
173. Robinson, Peter. "Australia's Asian Destiny", Sun-Herald, 12 December 1993.
174. Woolcott, Richard. "Asia: Can't Live With It - Or Without It", The Bulletin, 14 December 1993, p. 25.
175. Shaw, John. "Asiacrats push Australia's Line", Sun-Herald, 21 November 1993, p. 32.
176. Gunn, Michelle. "Asia Links Crucial, Says Academic", The Australian, 22 October 1993, p. 2.
177. McNicoll, David. "Home Truths From Lee Kuan Yew", The Bulletin, 11 December 1990, p. 87.
178. "Asia: Our New Cultural Cringe" (editorial), The Sunday Herald, 26 November 1989, p. 14.
179. Dunn, James. "The New Republicanism", The Bulletin, 17 March 1992, p. 30.
See also: Dunn, James. "The Ambassador has no Clothes", The Bulletin, 12 May 1992, p. 26.
180. Morgan, Hugh. "Our Great Obsession With Asia", The Age, 17 May 1992, p. 17.
181. Toohey, Brian. "Enmeshing With Asian Values", Australian Financial Review, 3 November 1994, p. 19.
182. Campbell, Graeme. "Yes to Australia, No to the P.C. Republic", The Record, Summer 1993, p. 47.
183. Hanson, Pauline. Maiden Speech, Pauline Hanson MP, Independent Member for Oxley, [self-published?], Parliament House, Canberra, 1996, p. 9.



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