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Originally posted by Samuelis
Now, to fininsh off. I am not racist. I am not discriminatory to African people - i am glad that they have a better place to live. I am for multiculturalism. This thread was mainly started to address the immigration problem and the subsequent cover up/conspiracy created by the Government.
edit on 23-4-2012 by daaskapital because: Sp, eta
Firstly I find it a little bit rich an immigrant such as yourself can be complaining about too many foreigners when you yourself are clearly also. Foreign.
But.. Clearly it's these "sudanese" communites fault that they aren't generally well "accepted" by much of the white Australian community. Racism in Australia is rampant. I've heard it first hand on many occasion's from many different socio-economic settings.
This kind of muck makes us regular Australian's look bad. Don't do it.
Originally posted by Dark Ghost
reply to post by daaskapital
Regardless of your reasons for creating this thread, be prepared to be called a racist, xenophobic bigoted white extremist. It doesn't matter how logical or reasonable your arguments, there will be those who will give you these labels in an attempt to silence you and discredit your views.
Originally posted by Samuelis
Originally posted by repeatoffender
wanker, what is a regular australian?, im part abo, what are you? a foreigner as well! D/head
Originally posted by BULLETINYOURHEAD
This is how bad it has got down under im not racist but god this is funny.
I don't like multiculturalism, I'm a racist under 'Political Correct' banner
Originally posted by Nuker
I don't like multiculturalism, I'm a racist under 'Political Correct' banner, but not under the 'Political Incorrect' banner.
Diversity is a recipe for tribal conflicts. Its been that way since the beginning of time. It's nature. The USA has now been 'diverse' long enough that a LOT of us can do this exercise.
Let's say.. You're living in the neighbourhood you grew up in, overwhelmingly white, high stand of living. Years pass.. And you're older and the neighbourhood starts becoming more diverse. You think, "Ah, how nice. We'll all live together" --And some other comments about magical unicorns. And the years go on, and it becomes much more diverse. There's a second-hand store or liquor store on every corner. The infrastructure is covered with more and more graffiti.
The neighbourhood becomes much more dangerous, many white people flee. Your elderly parents are stuck in this neighbourhood.. And it becomes quite clear, not even when the neighbourhood is at 50% minority population, that whites are not welcome there.
How does this benefit white-majority countries?
Saudi Arabia can implement any immigration policy it wants. If any Arab nation wants to shut down immigration, it can and no one will raise a fuss. However, if Britain or France do the same thing all the pro-immigration people will be screaming "naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews!!!"
Arab countries frequently send their Indian labourers home and no one objects but if Britain or Canada did the same thing all these anti-Whites would scream bloody murder.
- Arabs prefer Arab culture. That makes them Arab.
- Asians people prefer Asian culture. That makes them Asian.
- Europeans prefer European culture. That makes them racist.
Am I the only one that notices what's going on? No, I don't hate other colours if you had that in mind. I just hate what's happening to White countries.edit on 23-4-2012 by Nuker because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by QQXXw
interesting how many Australians are here, how many claim they are not racist, and how many then make obviously racist posts and I am not talking about this thread alone, but the behavior of Australians on ATS in general
Dear Australian members, not being racist means tolerating others who are of a different race, many of you seem to have trouble with this concept. I also find it funny how many claim that they like multiculturalism, but then berate immigrants for not fitting into the Australian way of like, do those people understand that multiculturalism means multiculturalism?
Australia has a problem and its not the recent immigrants
edit on 23-4-2012 by QQXXw because: (no reason given)