Dave Uren thinks Mass-Immigration is good for Australia and the economy


Matty’s Modern Life counters the arguments made in an article in the Australian by David Uren in favour of continued mass migration to Australia.

Matty points out that bringing in hundreds of thousands of people a year to fill so-called jobs vacancies and skills shortages are simply a way for business to keep wages low. If immigration was curbed, the price of labour would go up and those supposed shortages would be filled by people already here.

As Matty states:

“This is not a free market. This is big business and also big unions and left wing political parties who just want the votes, this is them using political power for their own advantage.”

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  • I don’t even need to google that surname to know it’s a kike.

  • Daniel Watts

    And the welfare bill would drop and the dead shit recipients wouldn’t have more immigrants to collect trolleys for them.

  • James

    On top of keeping us divided high immigration’s keeping the property bubble inflated.
    Follow the money.
    Uren’s probably got a fair whack invested in the property bubble. As would the pro immigration MPs I’d suspect.